!em3oEn8LAg 05/13/10(Thu)22:45 No.9804217|
You don't doubt 54 could find his address and order him a hundred pizzas, but you'd have a harder time of it. You could certainly try, but it might require a particularly impressive...
You sit gingerly in 54's chair. You've cleared the amateur medical equipment out of the way; you don't want to look at it.
You spend the next several hours digging through data files lifted from Arkham's databases. Much of it is heavily censored, fragmented, or encrypted, though from the details you do find, you can make some very useful conclusions:
-Arkham was harboring an extremely diverse population in terms of both appearance and relative strength. Subject 96, for instance, is merely a very large spider. Subjects 20 and 21, on the other hand, are listed as "The Siren and the Gorgon," and are ordered to be kept in a sensory deprivation chamber at all times "for the sake of continued autonomy".
-Subject 13 was kept in a drug-induced coma while in the Miami facility. No mention of the metal statue you found at the kansas farm is in any of the reports, except for the delivery form indicating it was sent there.
-Of particular use are the current communiques. Most urban centers are under the influence of one or more of the more powerful Subjects. Atlanta seems to having a hell of a time, with Subjects 88 (intensely strong man with hyper-aggressive bone growth) 19 (a man who emits gamma radiation constantly) and 62 (an apparently-ancient man who "projects a field that accelerates the flow of local time in a very sporatic and uncertain manner").
Also of specific note are Cleveland, now home to Subjects 20 and 21; Charleston, under control of Subjects 140-145, "An apparently superpowered line-up of Harlem Globetrotters," and Tampa, from which radio broadcasts have been received by someone claiming to be Subject 33, about whom you can find no file, and claiming to "require assistance gathering data on the Miami phonomena"