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Torchfire
 RE: Escape On Thera
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Head for the labs. It might be risky, but you might get some idea what is going on in this place.
It's clear it isn't a prison. So why were you held captive here? And by who? And for how long?

And most importantly, why were you locked in a cell with a monster and just enough means to free yourself? Doesn't it all seem a bit too... Contrived to you?
09-17-2017, 09:18 PM
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FlanDab
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>Keep an eye on the warden the bloody note warned you of.
>Go to labs. You might find some information on what's going on, and useful stuff. Plus, there could be feed.
>Bring the lunchbox with you.
>This prison thing is sketchy. Yes, you are or were put inside a cell, but it doesn't make sense that it could be opened on the inside and could be opened by the inmate itself, unless some outside force gave you the resources and ability to, but keyhole on the inside still doesn't ring very prison-y. Labs also doesn't seem to belong in a prison, unless it's some sort of medical lab. This place seems like a testing facility. The question is, why are you in it? Are or were you part of the personnel of the place? Or are you a subject like that poor creature? Or are they testing their chances against you or someone like you? Or are they testing you against forces against them or/and you as well?
>Wait! Do you actually hear us? Well, the narrator addresses to us as "you" rather than referring to you as Fitan; made me think we are you. Hello, I guess, Fitan.
09-18-2017, 07:44 AM
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SneakyRobot
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> Disposal might have a trash chute that will lead to your immediate escape.
09-18-2017, 11:40 AM
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typeandkey
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That place that isn't here
>Disposal. Disposals have loot: tin cans, banana peels, old shoes, and important tax documents that should have been shredded. A gold mine of garbage, my friend.
09-18-2017, 12:05 PM
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FlanDab
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(09-18-2017, 11:40 AM)SneakyRobot Wrote: > Disposal might have a trash chute that will lead to your immediate escape.
Not only do we not know where we are, we are also severely unprepared. We could starve or get attacked by wild animals, or worse, it doesn't actually lead anywhere.
(09-18-2017, 12:05 PM)typeandkey Wrote: >Disposal. Disposals have loot: tin cans, banana peels, old shoes, and important tax documents that should have been shredded. A gold mine of garbage, my friend.
Things are thrown out for a reason. We're probably going to find more intact items in the labs rather than the disposal chute.
09-18-2017, 12:33 PM
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The One Guy
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> Appearify a pumpkin.
09-18-2017, 06:07 PM
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Coolacanth
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> Follow the signs to the labs, since there might be something edible that way.
09-18-2017, 07:03 PM
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