|Streets of Arkham|
|Once per round, you may move 1 space before or after performing a Search action.|
|TFA-3: Finn Edwards [U]|
"Never lose track of the exit. Or the merchandise."
|You may take an additional action during your turn, which can only be used to evade.|
|+1 for each exhausted enemy in play. If you succeed by 2 or more, you may discover 1 clue at your location.|
Options: Illicit cards level 0-5, Rogue cards () level 0-3, Neutral cards level 0-5, up to five other level 0 Seeker and/or Survivor cards ( and/or ).
Requirements: Smuggled Goods, Finn's Trusty .38, Caught Red-handed, 1 random basic weakness.
Finn Edwards is an Investigator that appears in the Arkham Horror Second Edition Innsmouth Horror, Mansions of Madness Second Edition Streets of Arkham, Elder Sign Gates of Arkham, and Arkham Horror: The Card Game The Forgotten Age.
The Story So FarEdit
Prohibition was the best thing that ever happened to Finn Edwards. Until they banned alcohol, he was just drifting through life, doing odd jobs here and there. But afterwards, the demand for alcohol rose to such a fever pitch that he was able to make a comfortable living evading the law and giving people what they wanted. His new lifestyle particularly suited his personality, providing him with a taste of danger, plenty of cash, and a great deal of personal satisfaction.
Of course, those things are all well and good until you find yourself running through the woods at night trying to lose a bunch of knife-wielding maniacs who want to sacrifice you to their dark gods.
Although Finn has never been a vengeful man, that incident left him rattled in ways he hadn't been since getting beaten up on the playground years ago.
Stepping out of the bank with enough borrowed cash for guns and supplies, Finn vows that those lunatics will regret the day they ever crossed him.
When it comes to moving merchandise, Finn Edwards trusts his own wits more than any gun to get the job done. His aim is to never be caught unprepared when things inevitably go south, and so far that plan is working out for him. Finn's bootlegging operation has moved goods all over the East Coast, but lately his deliveries are being interrupted by unexplainable phenomena.
Staying one step ahead of his opposition has suddenly become more difficult. However, Finn Edwards likes the taste of danger, as long as he can keep one eye on the exit.
Prohibition was the best thing that ever happened to Finn Edwards. Until they banned alcohol, he was just drifting through life, doing odd jobs here and there. But afterward, the demand for alcohol rose to such a fever pitch that he was able to make a living evading the law and giving people what they wanted. His new lifestyle particularly suited his personality, providing him with a taste of danger and plenty of cash. He never got caught and never lost a delivery. Now he's wrapped up in some kind of supernatural conspiracy, but in the end, he adheres to the same principles: Deliver the goods. Don't get caught.