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    17 KB Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:56 No.3223168  
    Moments after Ruby inserts the fish-paste into the funnel, a new message appears on the LED display.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:57 No.3223171
    Fucking poisoned fish.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:57 No.3223173
    Well crap, see if Tom is still alive.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:57 No.3223174
    Lovely. Can we check on Tom?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:58 No.3223176
    We need to find some charcoal or something.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:58 No.3223178
    God fucking damn it.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:59 No.3223181
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    A few seconds later, a new display comes up.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:59 No.3223183
    If someone accidentally ingests arsenic administer 5 charcoal tablets immediately. Take 5 more charcoal tablets 15 minutes later and again every fifteen minutes. Go immediately to an emergency room. Charcoal tablets should be a part of every medicine cabinet for any type of poisoning.
    Chelation therapy is an option if you have arsenic poisoning. Chelation therapy is used to remove toxic metals such as cadmium, arsenic, lead and mercury from our bodies. Metals and minerals can clog our systems and can be removed with chelation therapy. The procedure has been done for forty years in the United States and is safe. Chelation therapy is a series of injections of ethylenediaminetetra aacetic acid (EDTA) that is done in a doctors office.
    You can also do chelation therapy at home with over the counter chelation formulas bought at a health food store or a drug store. Most are made with alfalfa, garlic, fiber, turin and selenium. Alfalfa liquid or tablets, taken three times daily with meals, detoxifies the liver and chelates substances from the body. Coenzyme Q(10) improves circulation of the blood which allows the toxic substances to leave the body. L-Lysine, an amino acid, detoxifies harmful heavy metals from our systems. Rutin and apple pectin can be taken to bind with unwanted toxic metals and remove them from the body through the intestinal tract.
    When doing any chelation therapy, make sure that you replace lost essential minerals by taking alfalfa, iron, kelp and zinc in addition to your regular multi-vitamin.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:59 No.3223185
    Damn, why did it have to be arsenic. At least if it was thallium we could cure him with blue paint.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:00 No.3223187
    How about trying to look at the "safe" on the wall in the bloody room please?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:00 No.3223189
    The acid can cure Tom?

    I can't stop lolling.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:00 No.3223191
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    A third message pops up with a loud buzzing sound.
    Evidently something is not receiving power.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:01 No.3223193
    Wait... stomach cramps... vomiting blood.

    Tom has arsenic poisoning.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:01 No.3223194
    Is that the name of the purple stuff?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:01 No.3223197
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    W-what? I don't know much about arsenic poisoning but...

    >Symptoms include violent stomach pains in the region of the bowels; tenderness and pressure; retching; excessive saliva production; vomiting... death
    >It is extremely important to seek medical advice immediately if arsenic poisoning is suspected. One way to test for arsenic poisoning is by checking hair follicles. If arsenic is in the bloodstream, it will enter hair and remain there for many years.

    So, um... I guess Tom is very unsafe to touch now, since his hair is infected?

    >Dimercaptosuccinic acid, or DMSA, is the chemical compound with the formula HO2CCH(SH)CH(SH)CO2H. This colourless solid contains two carboxylic acid and two thiol groups, the latter being responsible for the mildly unpleasant odour of this dicarboxylic acid. It occurs in two diastereomeric forms, meso and the chiral dl forms. The meso isomer is used as a chelating agent.

    Well, that doesn't tell us much.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:01 No.3223198
    okay, NOW we feed him the purple stuff.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:01 No.3223199
    It's not delivery, it's dimercaptosuccinic acid!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:02 No.3223200
    No, dimercaptosuccinic acid is succimer, it's a chelating agent used to treat arsenic poisoning.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:02 No.3223202
    That type of acid is not purple.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:03 No.3223203
    so from the looks of it this little machine can deliver us the cure..soon as we get the power back on..
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:03 No.3223204
    well maybe they put in a bit of food dye for identification.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:03 No.3223205
    Looks like we need to restore main power, any ideas?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:03 No.3223206

    I don't remember DMSA being purple in a water solution. Let me fetch my books.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:04 No.3223208
    Jesus christ, get searching for anything that could be either disabled or electrical, and also the chip to complete the circuit there
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:04 No.3223210
    >So, um... I guess Tom is very unsafe to touch now, since his hair is infected?

    There are tiny trace amounts, but not enough to hurt Ruby.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:04 No.3223211
    Oh shit! It can give us the cure directly? FIX THE FUCKING MACHINE!

    Ten to one the circuitboard piece is the reason it's not operating.
    ...in fact, that could be the reason that the huge console upstairs isn't working!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:04 No.3223212
    ITT: A surprising number of Medical Doctors invade a traditional gaming board.

    Seriously, how do you guys know so much?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:05 No.3223213
    I want to feed the purple stuff to Tom.

    Fuck if it kills him, I just want to know which one of the two faggots is right.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:05 No.3223216
    >Looks like we need to restore main power, any ideas?
    We need to find the missing circuitboard circuit.
    I can't think of any places we could potentially access except for:
    1. The cabinet in the blood room. It's locked.
    2. The door in the console room. It's padlocked.
    3. The locker in the console room. It's glued shut with industrial glue.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:06 No.3223218
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:06 No.3223219
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:06 No.3223220
    actually we know shit all. but every fa/tg/uy knows how to make knowledge: google and knowledge :wikipedia checks.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:06 No.3223223

    It's called "Wikipedia," mang.

    Alternately just plain Google.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:06 No.3223225
    >industrial glue
    >purple acid
    >industrial glue
    >purple acid
    >industrial glue
    >purple acid
    >industrial glue
    >purple acid
    >delicious alcohol
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:06 No.3223226
    well two options we got that i can think of are go back up to the offline control room an manhandle stuff , or go examine the safe in the blood room witch i think we still dont have the combination to.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:07 No.3223229
    +10 POINTS
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:07 No.3223230
    It's locked with a keyhole, not a combination lock.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:08 No.3223231

    Beat me to it. Use the purple acid to eat away the glue.
    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)09:08 No.3223233

    As soon as the post hit they all went to Wikipedia
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:08 No.3223234
    Fill condom with purple fluid.
    Bring purple fluid upstairs.
    Use fluid on glue.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:09 No.3223238
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:23 No.3223246
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    >Fill condom with purple fluid.
    >Bring purple fluid upstairs.
    Ruby fills the condom with purple fluid, ties it off for safety, and heads back out.
    Tom's looking unhealthy.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:24 No.3223248

    Tell Tom that he has arsenic poisoning and tell him that you're fixing a cure for him.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:25 No.3223250
    Someone out there is really quite the sadist.
    I mean all this elaborate setup just for these two people... er... animals... whatever.
    Sadistic and dedicated.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:26 No.3223251

    That's why we keep coming back. :3
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:26 No.3223252
    Ask Tom how he is feeling and to describe it in great detail.

    No matter what he says, give him a loving pat on the head and say everything will be alright.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:26 No.3223253

    I don't know about others but Toxicology is my speciality.

    I study chemistry. Arsenic is a textbook example of poisoning. Gives some time to counteract before killing.

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:26 No.3223254
    Yeah use the purple fluid
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:27 No.3223257
    Remove pants.
    Put condom on.
    Fuck Tom.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:28 No.3223261
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    >Use fluid on glue.
    Ruby fumbles with the condom, rather unfamiliar with these things, and finally tears it open a bit harder than she intended to.
    Thankfully she avoids contact with the purple stuff and it spills all over the glue. It doesn't damage the box, but the glue dissolves rapidly.
    >> The Warp !2NCPfCydDM!!bDkfMyS4JZx 12/22/08(Mon)09:28 No.3223263
    The arsenic coated condom?

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:29 No.3223265

    Open box.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:29 No.3223266
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:29 No.3223268
    Open box.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:30 No.3223269
    is that a switch on the side of the upsidown cross thing?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:30 No.3223271
    >Fuck Tom.
    Even if the condom WASN'T compromised by poison and acid, she already said why she wouldn't do that:
    >Ruby is far too shy to do something like that with a stranger, especially in this situation, especially with the fact there could be hidden cameras watching. It's not the kind of thing she'd want to have someone get on tape.
    >Besides, there are more pressing matters right now!
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:32 No.3223278
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    Inside the box, Ruby finds a small electronic chip and a Longshoreman’s hook. She takes both.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:34 No.3223281
    Time to go fishing?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:34 No.3223282

    Use chip in circuit board.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:34 No.3223283
    Put the chip in the circuit board so we can restore power... hopefully. Also, fuck year pirate hand! Do a pirate impression to lighten to mood!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:34 No.3223285
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:38 No.3223289
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    Ruby heads downstairs on her way to the circuitboard. She explains to Tom that he has arsenic poisoning and she's going to get a cure for him.

    Also, to lighten the mood, Ruby does her best pirate impersonation, complete with the voice.
    Tom smiles weakly.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:40 No.3223293
    Fucking awesome.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:40 No.3223294
    >>Ruby fumbles with the condom, rather unfamiliar with these thing

    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:42 No.3223297
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    Ruby plugs the chip into the circuitboard, and the frame glows a bright green as the air around her hums warmly.
    Power must be back on.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:43 No.3223299
    Shut the fuck up you fucking furry.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:43 No.3223300
    That or she likes it raw.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:43 No.3223302
    Put another fish to hopefully receive medication, then take medication to Tom and tell him to take it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:43 No.3223303
    quit caring so much about furry
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:45 No.3223308
    This adventure game is awesome, you however make me sick and should hang yourself for even saying something so stupid.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:45 No.3223309

    Stop disrupting the thread faggot.


    Look at analyzer
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:45 No.3223310
    check the led readout for sighns of progress
    >> Weaver !!FWvLi1VQOEj 12/22/08(Mon)09:46 No.3223311
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    Something mechanical in the walls moves and a filled vial suddenly pops up with a pneumatic whoosh from the analyzer.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:46 No.3223314
    >should hang yourself for even saying something so stupid
    "Stop caring so much about furry"?
    Nobody else here does.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:47 No.3223317
    Sprinting at top speed, her ears flat against her head from the wind give it to Tom and feed it to him for him.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:47 No.3223319

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:47 No.3223322
    yes! go save toms sorry ass!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:48 No.3223325

    Check the colour of the liquid in the vial and check the smell. If it's clear and have an unpleasant acidic organic smell... jackpot, Tom lives.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:48 No.3223327
    Hand the vial to Tom and say you're not sure it might help him, but that it is probably his best bet to live. Leave him to decide to drink it or not.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:48 No.3223328
    May I recommend we place a tiny portion of the vial's contents in the sampler first? We did just send a bloody hand off through the same tube. I know it's sealed, but we ought to be certain of its contents. Tom will survive the extra 30 seconds it'd take to do this.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:48 No.3223329
    What was that that moved on the analyzer itself just now?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:50 No.3223337
    Oh wait, herpaderp, that looked like the tube in the pipe. Disregard this post, I suck cocks.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:50 No.3223338
    >We did just send a bloody hand off through the same tube.
    No, different tube. Evidently the analyzer is hooked up to a pneumatic system that directly "requests" chemicals on delivery from some other source.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:51 No.3223339
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    Unfortunately, returning the power grid to full functionality seems to have triggered another effect as well.
    The room is bathed in red light.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:52 No.3223341
    Grab the cure and GET OUT GET OUT GET OUT
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:52 No.3223344
    Ignore it, get the vial to Tom, quickly.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:52 No.3223345
    Remove the chip, we'll return it once Tom is cured. I noticed that the door is shut btw.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:52 No.3223346
    Scratch that. The hatch is sealed.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:53 No.3223350
    Shatter the magic mirror/not mirror to get into the next room.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:54 No.3223351
    Remove the chip.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:56 No.3223362
    rolled 7 = 7

    I make a str check.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:56 No.3223363
    I'm wondering how Tom is gonna react when he finds out the fish we fed him was poisonous
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:56 No.3223364
    Just got on. There was another thread of this, I presume? Could I get a link, or summary if the last thread is no longer around?
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)09:56 No.3223366
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    A loud hissing sound comes from above the circuitboard as the blinds on the duct open and start venting something into the room.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:56 No.3223367
    Remove the chip, hopefully the door will open or the power is switches off the locking mechanism.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:59 No.3223371
    Going to have to say remove the chip.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:59 No.3223375

    O SHI- BREAK THE GLASS WITH THE CAN OPENER (if we still have it)
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:59 No.3223376
    Pull the chip out of the circuit board.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:59 No.3223377
    First four threads from the other night are here: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=19ryypjy
    Thread 5 still live here: >>3221863
    Thread 6 still live here: >>3222564

    You really should read it the whole way through.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)09:59 No.3223378
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:00 No.3223381
    Hold breath! Take chip out!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:00 No.3223382
    Seconding this. We'll still have gas in the room and removing the chip might just lock us in here. and the gas is already seeping in, just removing the chip won't help.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:01 No.3223383
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:01 No.3223384
    Thanks, I will. Looks pretty interesting.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:01 No.3223385
    Pull out chip AND break mirror
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:01 No.3223386
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:01 No.3223389
    Hold breath and remove the chip.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:02 No.3223391
    Open the tube thing, turn on tube thing to suck that gas out.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:02 No.3223392
    1) Remove chip to stop the gas coming in, and hopefully open the hatch again.
    2) Break glass to let the gas that already came in get out.
    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)10:03 No.3223393

    Break the glass, if not this then open the pneumatic tube.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:03 No.3223396
    F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)10:04 No.3223400
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    >remove the chip
    The circuitboard is protected by the green field -- even with the rubber gloves on, it's too painful for Ruby to touch!
    >> Waffle goes in every field in every field !vrJcJuXJ/g 12/22/08(Mon)10:04 No.3223401
    F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5 F5
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:05 No.3223403
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:05 No.3223407
    Try to smash the glass. If all else fails, pray for Tom Ex Machina.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:06 No.3223410
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:06 No.3223411
    use the thing we put the hand in
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:07 No.3223415

    Open the pneumatic tube, turn it on and hit the deck.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:07 No.3223416
    Gentlemen, remember we that have the acid at our disposal.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:09 No.3223418

    The acid that apparently only affects organic material? I'm not sure how that will help.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:09 No.3223422
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:09 No.3223424
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:09 No.3223426

    I'm sure acid is really going to come in handy fighting a cloud of toxic gas.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:10 No.3223430

    You're right.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)10:11 No.3223431
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    >turn on pneumatic tube
    The pneumatic tube only works when it's closed!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:11 No.3223432

    Unless it's HF, it's useless.

    Use the hook on the door. Or use the hook to break the window.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:11 No.3223433
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    Before we settle on a course of action, I would like to request an inventory recap right now, to see how we can combat the poison gas.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:12 No.3223436

    Fuck we're running out of options!

    I GOT IT!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:12 No.3223437
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:12 No.3223439

    I guess were stuck with breaking the glass then...
    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)10:12 No.3223440

    Let us break the fucking glass already, before she dies!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:12 No.3223442
    Look here: >>3223278
    coins, string, gloves, canopener, diagram, hook
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:12 No.3223443
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:13 No.3223448
    Don't break the tube, what if we need it later?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:14 No.3223450

    We can't need it if we're dead (though we don't know if the gas is deadly)
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:15 No.3223456
    rolled 9 = 9

    Rolling Int check against the puzzle
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:15 No.3223458
    You clearly don't understand the physics behind pressure.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:16 No.3223459
    You fail, LOLOLOLOLOL
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:16 No.3223460
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:17 No.3223465
    I must have missed a thread, the last one I read was the one where they barely escaped the zombie.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:18 No.3223467
    Use the hook to break the pneumatic tube.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:18 No.3223468

    Activate the tube then break it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:18 No.3223469

    You missed a lot of threads.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)10:19 No.3223478
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    Summoning all her strength, Ruby bashes open the pneumatic tube with the door still closed!
    An impressive vaccuum force begins drawing in the noxious smoke... but it's a temporary solution. The gas is still pouring in, and the room is still sealed!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:20 No.3223480
    Yeah, so where do I find them?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:20 No.3223481
    Look here to catch up on everything you missed: >>3223377
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:21 No.3223485
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:21 No.3223491

    She broke it with her hand? Pretty impressive.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:22 No.3223494
    anyone archived the other threads? I went to bed early because I stayed up till 8am yesterday incase weaver came about >_<
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:22 No.3223497
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    Should've used the hook to smash it. Well, other than some wacky hijinks involving the sampling machine and the acid dispenser, I think our only option left is to smash the mirror.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:24 No.3223503
    I agree, use the hook to try and smash the mirror.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:24 No.3223504
    Agreed, Ruby can crush puny mirror with her strength.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:24 No.3223507
    >She broke it with her hand?
    Elbow. Still impressive. That'll hurt like hell when the adrenaline wears off.
    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)10:24 No.3223508

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:24 No.3223509
    gotta remember that the "mirror" was transparent a while ago, and that something was staring at ruby, that something is likely to still be behind the mirror, so, once you break it with the hook, make sure to keep it in hand if something hostile is there, we'll hook it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:25 No.3223513
    thank you.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:25 No.3223515
    >we'll hook it
    Or just release it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:26 No.3223517
    Check inside the shelf on the wall again.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:26 No.3223519
    I've got a bad feeling the glass won't be easily broken if it's designed to keep something as violent as a zombie behind it.

    Then again, little else in this tiny slice of hell makes sense, so who knows.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)10:27 No.3223522
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    The pressure from the tube quickly dies out, and the gas is still coming.
    Ruby considers whether or not breaking the mirror would lift the lockdown. Remember, she couldn't fit through the hole even when the mirror wasn't there.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:27 No.3223523
    If it's hostile, hook it and then throw acid at it until it dies.

    But we don't know if it's hostile.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:28 No.3223526
    Why have you not taken the cure yet? Whatever you do, at least grab the cure and put it in your inventory first, lest we forget it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:28 No.3223527

    There's the spirit!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:28 No.3223529
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:28 No.3223530
    Don't drink the purple stuff it's clearly a solvent that isolated the poison from the fish, so if we drink it we'll melt. On the plus side, if we could analyse our remains we would know if we're infected with zombie-disease or not.

    If we can go back to the room later, I suggest:
    1. mix zombie blood with solvent, analyse
    2. mix our blood with solvent, analyse
    3. mix Tom's blood with solvent, analyse
    4. mix hand's blood with solvent, analyse

    Of course we have a more pressing matter now...
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:29 No.3223531

    Alternatively put on the gloves and use the hook to pry out the chip for behind the energy field.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:29 No.3223533

    Grab cure

    Smash mirror (gas outlet)
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:29 No.3223534

    I still think it's the best chance we've got.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:30 No.3223537
    And then what? We need to put in the chip later, that is just a temporary fix.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:30 No.3223540
    Just smash the chip using the hook.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:30 No.3223541
    >Don't drink the purple stuff it's clearly a solvent that isolated the poison from the fish
    No, it MELTED one of the two fish.
    We put the OTHER fish in the analyzer.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:30 No.3223543
    Can we somehow cover up the hole the gas is coming from? Maybe with the diagram?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:31 No.3223547
    Why do I have to leave at such a time... Why do you do this to me /tg/!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:31 No.3223548
    Take arsenic cure out of analyser.

    try to scoop some gas into heavy glove.

    upend glove over analyser. wait for analysis and cure.

    take gas cure.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:32 No.3223550
    I had to leave 50 minutes ago, but my finger is glued to the F5 button. ;_;
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:33 No.3223552

    That's not a bad idea. Not sure if it'll work but it's sure as hell imaginative.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:33 No.3223553
    Is the gas heavier than air or lighter? Does it sink to the floor or does it fill the room from the ceiling down?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:34 No.3223557
    I'd like to try this as well.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)10:34 No.3223558
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    Ruby decides she has no other choice -- the mirror has to go! Maybe, just maybe, it'll provoke a good reaction!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:34 No.3223560

    Seems lighter than the air since it doesn't falls from the vent
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:34 No.3223561
    Judging by the pictures it is heavier.
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    Good line of thought, but how will we affix the diagram to the vent and seal it tightly?


    Um... I don't exactly think you can "pour" gas into the sampler machine like that.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:35 No.3223565
    Maybe something can be done with pipe with the blue stripe on it?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:35 No.3223567
    It kinda made me thinking, how did the arsenic-poisoned fish survive?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:35 No.3223568

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:37 No.3223574
    Prepare for the worst.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:37 No.3223577
    Try not to breathe, and examine whatever the hell that thing below the vent is.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:37 No.3223578
    Mutant fish?

    Maybe they were dying, and we just could tell the difference between sick fish and healthy fish?

    I dunno. It doesn't really matter any more than the question why there was an aquarium full of poisoned fish in the first place.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:37 No.3223579
    We seem to all be assuming that it is poisonous.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:38 No.3223581

    squeeze the glove to force gas into analyser funnel?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:39 No.3223582
    It is. The display said it had arsenic in it when we stuffed it down the analyser.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:40 No.3223589
    regardless of what type of gas it is. its safe to assume the worst.
    if its a sleeping gas or CS gas then Ruby is in for a bad time. if its poison. we have a cure delivery system right there.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:40 No.3223590

    See the thing is - fish can accumulate arsenic, mercury etc. and trap it in themselves. The problem starts when someone who can METABOLIZE arsenic eats it (Human). Then you're fucked because it's now raw arsenic that kills you, it's what it's metabolized to. Mercury is another problem. Fish metabolize it to methylomercury and store it safely in their fat layer. Problem is that humans are very very very sensitive to methylomercury and what didn't kill the fish, might kill the one that ate it.

    If you want Google "Mercury" and "Japan" to read something interesting.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:41 No.3223594
    Ah sorry, I thought you meant the gas.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:41 No.3223595
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:41 No.3223596
    I think this is a subtle hint, since it's taking so long and been so rejected, that breaking the mirror is the wrong thing to do, but eh. It's a good chance, and, uh, if you're in a panic, it does sound like a good idea.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:41 No.3223597
    inspect hatch cover.
    is it a sealed door or just shutters?
    can we break the hatch cover?

    tho i like the analyse the gas plan.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:42 No.3223598

    That's not how gas analysis works. You can't analyze gas in a liquid/solid analyzer because it's hard to keep it from flowing out of the container.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)10:42 No.3223599
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    Ruby rears back, then smashes at the barrier before her, and the mirror shatters with an echoing cacaphony of breaking glass!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:42 No.3223601

    Pry the door open with hook?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:42 No.3223602
    He may be talking about the gas, but with a wrong post linked
    >> Lazy DM V !vONhvIg88o 12/22/08(Mon)10:43 No.3223607
    >But we don't know if it's hostile.
    Well, it didn't attempt to communicate at all. But it hid, unlike the freaky bear... thing.

    What does Ruby have in her inventory? A hook, coins, electrical gloves, can opener, string? And the cure, supposedly.

    We can't use the pneumatic thing with a string and hook to fish anymore I gather, but that was a longshot anyway.

    Shout for Tom to press the hatch button on the console in is original room, see if it does anything? I'm not too hot on the skull/water buttons though...

    Aaah, the mirror is smashed. Well, here we go...
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:44 No.3223609
    zawa zawa zawa
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:45 No.3223615
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:46 No.3223616
    is worth a shot.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:46 No.3223617
    >Well, it didn't attempt to communicate at all. But it hid, unlike the freaky bear... thing.
    Exactly. If it hid, it could mean it's scared. Which would mean it's not a monster/zombie.

    Of course, it could just be hiding in order to ambush us or something. Or just concluded that since we were on the other side of the glass we were not a viable target.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:47 No.3223624

    work becons me.

    >.> i will be back
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:47 No.3223627
    Can Tom hear her if she yells? If so, he could go back upstairs if he's strong enough and check the room with the large computer setup and see if the ship returned power to it. Maybe he can do something from there (like find a way to use that access card) to free Ruby.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:47 No.3223628
    You think it hid? I think it was another test subject who saw ruby and tried to call for help, but was mauleb by a zombie crawling after him and his hand is (was) the only thing left. He might have also be a scientist or something, well let's just say that I think he was killed by a zombie and his had randomly fell into that drawer thingie.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:50 No.3223643
    I like this idea.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:54 No.3223658
    ...if there turns out to be only a solid wall behind it, I will shit bri/x/.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:54 No.3223662
    Gloves and hook might have been a great idea on that chip =(
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)10:54 No.3223664
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    I'm fairly sure that Tom is too weak and incapacitated, seeing how he's, you know, dying.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)11:01 No.3223690
    Ruby was wearing gloves when she tried to remove the chip. The field... shocked her? I'm not sure. It hurt too much, though, and she abandoned the effort.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)11:01 No.3223692
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)11:02 No.3223696
    I like the fact that, because we pissed off tom, we've now killed him.

    I wonder if he resents that the strange bunnygirl who poisoned him and released a zombie is running around free after using him to pull a lever
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)11:18 No.3223850
    Are you kidding me? He's suffering from Arsenic poisoning.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)15:43 No.3225734
    Anyone have thread 5 archived? It went down already.

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