Overview[edit | edit source]
|Coordinates||(517.5, -40, -5355)|
|Introduced by||Juan Jimenez|
|Introduces||Dr. Ann-Marie Engles|
|Enemy groups|| Skulls|
Sanjay Chandra is a City of Heroes contact located in the Aerie Plaza neighborhood of Skyway City at coordinates (517.5, -40, -5355). Sanjay Chandra is a Mutation origin contact. His level range is 10-14.
- 1 Overview
- 2 Introductions
- 3 Store
- 4 Missions
- 4.1 Speak to a Hero Corps Field Analyst
- 4.2 Talk to the Skyway City Security Chief
- 4.3 Hit the streets and defeat a few Lost
- 4.4 Go to Kings Row and put an end to the Lost assaults
- 4.5 Confiscate the drugs
- 4.6 Investigate Peterson Waste Management and stop any Skull plot you discover
- 4.7 Go to Kings Row and show the Skulls they can't pick on Paragon City's businessmen
- 4.8 Investigate the warehouse
- 5 External Links
Introductions[edit | edit source]
Contact Introduced By[edit | edit source]
New Contact(s)[edit | edit source]
Dr. Ann-Marie Engles is a real expert in the field of cybernetics. She is fascinated with the technical aspect of the Vahzilok and the social impact of the Outcasts. Dr. Engles has set up shop in Skyway City.
You'll learn a lot from Dr. Engles; she's always happy to lend heroes a hand.
Did you ever see that weekly paper, the Asian Paragon? Well, its publisher, Olivia Chung, is a great woman. She knows all about what's going on in the immigrant community and has helped more than one hero sort out a jam involving the Vahzilok or the Outcasts. Olivia has her offices in Steel Canyon.
You won't meet many people as good-hearted as Olivia.
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Information[edit | edit source]
Sanjay Chandra was born in Paragon City, one of four sons raised by immigrant parents. Since his teens he has worked in the newspaper business, as a purveyor rather than a reporter. His commitment to civic well-being is what sets Sanjay apart from most of the city's newsstand operators. He has a profound sense of responsibility, and he goes out of his way to help heroes and law enforcement as much as possible. He even earned a bit of a reputation as a crime fighter when he single-handedly captured a small time costumed villain by hitting him over the head with a stack of Sunday edition papers.
Initial Contact[edit | edit source]
It is a pleasure to meet you. I look forward to working together.
Store[edit | edit source]
- Level 10 training enhancements (Power 10 only)
- Level 15 Mutation/Magic Dual Origin Enhancements (150% base costs)
Missions[edit | edit source]
Speak to a Hero Corps Field Analyst[edit source]
This might interest you. Hero Corps has begun a new service to help heroes who are looking for more difficult challenges. You should talk to one of their Field Analysts and see if it interest you.
Remember that this whole thing is completely optional. You can ignore it if you like, but you should know about it.
- Speak to Hero Corp Analyst
Thank you for seeing me. Hero Corps is dedicated to helping all of the city's heroes, and we're unveiling a new service to help you reach for the highest possible levels of achievement. If you want to face more difficult foes and challenges than a hero of your level normally would, let us know, and we'll get the word around to all of your contacts. They'll make sure to give you the toughest assignments possible. If you later decide that you'd like to tone your challenges back down to normal or take them even higher, you can always speak to one of our Field Analysts such as myself, and we'll be happy to help you change things either way.
Thanks for visiting with us. Remember that Hero Corps is here to help Heroes!
It's an interesting service, if you're looking for more difficult challenges. It's completely optional, though, so don't worry about it if it doesn't interest you.
Talk to the Skyway City Security Chief[edit source]
These rampages are happening more and more. Something has to be done!
- Talk to Security Chief
Take this and get on the streets immediately. Stop those Trolls! They've caused a lot of havoc in Vista Plaza and the Astral District.
|Skyway City briefing|
|Back in the 1970's, there was a huge drive to create highways to relieve congestion in the city. No one would need to drive on the surface streets - instead, we would drive above them! So the city started building high spanning bridges everywhere, and Skyway City quickly turned into one big highway in the sky. Now this zone is home to a street gang that likes to camp out underneath bridges: the Trolls. These are thugs who've mutated, thanks to taking a bit too much Superadine. But watch out; the drug has given many of them inhuman strength and resistance.|
- Stop rampage in Skyway City
- Defeat 10 Trolls
You have stopped the rampage.
Good job today. There must be some link between Superadine and these rampages. The Trolls need to be cut off from their supply.
Hit the streets and defeat a few Lost[edit source]
The scientists over at SERAPH want some more data on these mysterious Lost. If we can find out what has happened to those homeless people, we may be able to help them. I need you to hit the streets and defeat a few Lost. Take some tissue samples, then bring the data back to me.
|This medical kit contains sterile swabs and a dozen syringes. With it, you should be able to sample enough Lost tissue to give the doctors some insight into the strange changes taking place among the homeless population.|
- Collect tissue samples from Lost
- Defeat 10 Lost
You have collected enough tissue samples from the Lost.
|You took these tissue samples from the Lost you defeated. They may help the scientists at SERAPH determine what has turned the homeless into the Lost.|
Thanks. I hope your efforts have brought us closer to solving this mystery once and for all.
Go to Kings Row and put an end to the Lost assaults[edit source]
Some of the citizens in Kings Row have reported attacks by those mysterious Lost! I need a hero who can get to Kings Row and put an end to the Lost's assaults. I don't know what has happened to the homeless lately, but I know we can't let them terrorize the rest of the city.
Thanks. I can always count on you.
- Combat Lost in Kings Row
- Defeat 10 Lost
You have discouraged the Lost from assaulting citizens in Kings Row
You did good work today. With you at my side, I'm confident we'll crack the mystery of the Lost!
Confiscate the drugs[edit source]
I've got a good lead on an abandoned warehouse where the Skulls are storing their stash of Superadine. I need you to get in there and confiscate the drugs. That should put a serious crimp in the Skulls' distribution plans!
Watch out for the Skull they call the Defier. He's sent more than one hero to the hospital.
Time hasn't been kind to this old building, and the Skulls' willful destruction has completed its ruin.
- Defeat Defier and his crew
- 5 drug stashes to confiscate
You confiscated the Superadine and arrested the Defier.
- The Defier (Skulls Bone Daddy)
Well, that's one load of Superadine that will never see the streets! Excellent work.
Investigate Peterson Waste Management and stop any Skull plot you discover[edit source]
No one has been seen leaving the offices of Peterson Waste Management for the last few days. I've heard rumors of Skulls in the area, and I'm afraid they may have done something to those office workers. I need you to investigate Peterson Waste Management and stop any Skull plot you discover. You only have 75 minutes to stop the Skull plot.
I have a bad feeling about this. But I firmly believe you can handle it.
A woman's scream is followed by the sound of a vicious slap.
- Stop Skull leader and his crew - 1:15:00
- 5 hostages to save, 5 bombs to disarm
You rescued the hostages and dismantled the bombs.
- 5 Terrified office workers (Hostages)
|The office worker's story|
|One of the office workers you rescued told you:|
- There is not a named Skulls leader in the mission. Clearing the final room fulfils the objective requirements.
So the Skulls were trying to poison those people by forcing them to overdose on Superadine? It just doesn't make sense. There's no connection at all between the Skulls and Peterson Waste Management. I really think the Skulls are small time players with big time backing. I'd bet my life they're doing the bidding of somebody else!
Go to Kings Row and show the Skulls they can't pick on Paragon City's businessmen[edit source]
The Skulls have started extorting money from the business owners in Kings Row. If the victims don't pay up, the Skulls trash their businesses. Someone's got to get to Kings Row and show the Skulls they can't pick on Paragon City's businessmen. I think you're just the one to do it.
You can find a lot of Skulls in the Gish, or near the Royal Refinery.
- Combat Skulls in Kings Row
- Defeat 10 Skulls
You have discouraged the Skulls from extorting money from business owners in Kings Row.
Kings Row owes you one. I'm glad we can keep the wheels of commerce turning over there.
Investigate the warehouse [edit source]
I need you to investigate a warehouse for me. Eyewitnesses say they've seen people walk in, stay for a couple of hours,then leave looking much bigger and stronger than when they entered. One of the witnesses said the warehouse is under the control of a homeless man called Unlucky Pete. I'd like you to track him down; he may well have some answers for us.
This could be the first step towards figuring out what is behind the strange behavior of the homeless.
This warehouse should be busy, but the only people you've seen are the bedraggled members of the city's homeless population.
- Defeat Unlucky Pete and his helpers
You defeated Unlucky Pete.
- Unlucky Pete (The Lost Headman Blaster)
More of those Lost. Interesting. You say the leader wanted the rest of the homeless to undergo some kind of change? I think we're on the trail of something big.