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    17 KB Ruby Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:09 No.3222564  
    Ruby is in the maintenance room.
    >open the metal drawer
    There appears to be something inside.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:10 No.3222573
    Put severed hand in plastic glove.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:11 No.3222577
    Oh for cryin'... close the drawer and stay far away from that DEVIL ZOMBIE HAND.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:12 No.3222578
    Is... that a training dummy with a cleaver stuck in it?

    Because that's what it looks like.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:12 No.3222579
    Hey. a hand.
    close metal drawer.
    go check on tom.
    while there get his tap for the purple drink despensa
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:12 No.3222581
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    I was really expecting this...

    I wonder if there's a handprint scanned anywhere.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:12 No.3222582
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    Put on GLOVES (do we still have them?) and pick up the severed hand to see if there's anything under it. Then, remove one of the gloves on our hand and put it on the severed hand, then place it in our INVENTORY.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:13 No.3222585
    why would you ... !? fuck it, do it, and then close the hatch
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:13 No.3222589
    Get Tap from Tom. Also, hug Tom while there. Please.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:14 No.3222591

    No she should get the hand. I don't trust anything in the room on the other side.


    Look out the window and scout the surroundings.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:14 No.3222592
    Call for Tom to bring you the tap he keeps in his pocket. Have him hand it to you through the hatch so you can affix it to the water cooler.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:14 No.3222593
    also, inspect the hand, does it look as if its been cleanly cut or just mauled off?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:16 No.3222600
    ask tom for his faucet
    fix faucet to purple drink dispenser.
    after fitting tap to drink dispenser, fill one glove with purple drink and tie it off.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:21 No.3222611
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    >Look out the window and scout the surroundings.
    At this angle Ruby can't see much in the small adjacent room, save for three things:
    1. Some sort of dummy on a post.
    2. A large red stain on the opposite wall.
    3. A round device on the wall -- looks like a clock.

    >Put on GLOVES (do we still have them?) and pick up the severed hand to see if there's anything under it.
    Ruby uses her gloves to pick up the icky hand, but there's only stains underneath it. She can't tell how it was severed, but it looks fairly fresh.

    >Get Tap from Tom
    Ruby calls to Tom, who tosses his tap through the hatch for her.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:22 No.3222614
    put severed hand in pneumatic mail chute.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:23 No.3222615

    Attach the tap to the purple water cooler.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:23 No.3222616
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    Ruby attaches the tap to the container of purple liquid, which now seems ready to dispense.
    >fill one glove with purple drink and tie it off.
    The gloves are too thick and sturdy to just tie off with the thin string. They certainly wouldn't keep the liquid in.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:23 No.3222617

    NO! Don't do that. We might need it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:24 No.3222619
    so the gloves are like rubber kitchen gloves not latex exam gloves?

    tell tom everything is ok and describe the room to him.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:24 No.3222621
    oh god why is ruby so hideous?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:25 No.3222622
    need? a severed hand? eew.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:25 No.3222623
    The oxygen looking bottle on the left, is it full? If not, fill it with purple liquid.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:25 No.3222625
    use toms *ahem* condom to hold the purple stuff
    a hand? i doubt it unless the thing hiding in the next room really wants it back..
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:26 No.3222628
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    >put severed hand in pneumatic mail chute.
    Ruby puts the disembodied hand into the pneumatic chute.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:27 No.3222631
    lol wut.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:27 No.3222632
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    >so the gloves are like rubber kitchen gloves not latex exam gloves?
    No, they're like massive, heavy electrical engineer's gloves.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:29 No.3222635
    Does the open-ended barrel fit through the gap into this room? Tom can push it through, then we can use it to transfer purple drank into the metal drawer, thus, feeding whatever's inside. At least then we might be able to get a looksee at it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:29 No.3222636
    use toms condom to carry liquid into sample dish
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:30 No.3222639

    Open the faucet and let a little of the purple liquid pour onto the ground. Just enough to establish whether or not it's corrosive.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:30 No.3222642
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    As soon as the chute's door closes, the sound of loud pneumatic pressure comes from the tube. The hand quickly and messily travels up the tube and out of sight.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:31 No.3222643
    there already is some on the ground
    >example purple stuff on the ground
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:32 No.3222647
    Also this, what does it smell like?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:32 No.3222648
    ruby giggles to herself at the mecabre notion that some mailboy is getting a severed hand present for xmas.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:34 No.3222656
    well at least now if we find another mail chute with a hand in it, we know were it goes.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:34 No.3222657
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    >use toms *ahem* condom to hold the purple stuff
    Ruby calls Tom to the hatch and explains that she needs his condom.
    Tom gets an odd look on his face.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:34 No.3222658

    Great, we lost the hand.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:35 No.3222660
    Standing on top of the water cooler and leaning against the pipes, see if Ruby can reach the air vent.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:35 No.3222661
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:35 No.3222663
    >Great, we lost the hand.
    That's what you guys get for crying RAILROAD!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:36 No.3222664

    Explain what we intend to do with it
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:36 No.3222666
    Tell him we're catholic.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:37 No.3222668

    Wat did you want her to look like? I went for the 'tired horror protagonist' look
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:37 No.3222671
    No she doesn't Ruby's not like that. :\
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:40 No.3222676
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    >Explain what we intend to do with it
    Tom's expression changes, but passes the condom through the hatch nonetheless.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:41 No.3222680
    well i am.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:41 No.3222681

    What? was he thinking of goryhole?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:42 No.3222683
    "tom can I have your condom?"
    "No. not for that reason."
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:43 No.3222686
    $10 says the device on the left performs some kind of chemical analysis.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:44 No.3222687
    Whether he was thinking about her coming back onto his side or just doing it between the rooms, it's pretty clear Tom is pretty sexually frustrated at this point. Remember, we don't know how long he was in that cell.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:44 No.3222688
    Fill condom with purple liquid. tip some into sample machine.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:44 No.3222690
    Ill take that bet.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:45 No.3222694
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    Ruby unwraps the condom and fills it with the purple liquid, which smells unpleasantly plastic.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:45 No.3222695
    he was kinda odd when he was in his room.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:47 No.3222703
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    She has Tewi Inaba's color scheme. Well, minus the hair, because Ruby's an actual anthropomorphic rabbit.


    Pour some of the liquid into that funnel... thing on the left.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:47 No.3222707
    put it in sampler thing
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:50 No.3222713
    >it's pretty clear Tom is pretty sexually frustrated at this point
    Well plus he looked up Ruby's skirt when she was on his shoulders, stared at her butt when she was crawling through the hatch, and reacted strangely when she hugged him.
    He's either VERY sexually attracted to her, or he's just sexually frustrated and needs release. Or both.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:50 No.3222715
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    In a somewhat unpleasant move, Ruby tips the condom upside down and pours out the purple liquid into the funnel.

    The LED display changes after a moment.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:52 No.3222721
    Condom full of AIDS, fuck yeah!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:52 No.3222722
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    Hm. We seem to be in a medical facility for finding a cure to something (cancer, perhaps?), wherein Ruby and Tom are guinea pigs, because they're animals, of course. Why is it abandoned though? That is the question.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:52 No.3222723
    "no cure" Hm...
    put on the gloves and take some of the blood from the box (like scoop it out or just get some blood someway) and put it in the sampler
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:53 No.3222726
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:55 No.3222729
    This would be awesome except for the furry.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:55 No.3222731

    That's too weeaboo for me.


    Well seems the condom is contaminated now.

    No Cure... might be a poison, might be disease. The only poison I know no cure, that I can name off hand, for is Talium, but it's a white powder that doesn't give a purple colour when made into a water solution.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:56 No.3222733

    You have to spoil this, don't you?
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)06:56 No.3222734
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    >put on the gloves and take some of the blood from the box (like scoop it out or just get some blood someway) and put it in the sampler
    Ruby uses the gloves to drip a quantity of blood into the funnel, which prompts a new LED display.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:56 No.3222735
    ok nvm the one where you put the box blood in the analyzer. cut yourself (like your finger) with the can opener and put a drop of blood into the analyzer.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:57 No.3222736
    Clearly the disease is whatever killed the unholy zombie monster Ruby recently faced. Killed and Raised.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:57 No.3222738

    So the blood isn't contaminated.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:57 No.3222741
    >This would be awesome except for the furry.
    In over 1000 posts, this is the first complaint of furry.

    Everyone else here has grown up. Stop caring about furry.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:58 No.3222742

    This gives me an idea. Why not put the blood of the zombie inside the sampler and see what happens.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:58 No.3222743
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:58 No.3222744
    If this is possible, it'd be a very VERY good idea to check Tom out too.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)06:59 No.3222748
    Tell Tom about the analyser discovery
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:03 No.3222758
    God, I can't wait until Tom turns.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:06 No.3222767
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    >This gives me an idea. Why not put the blood of the zombie inside the sampler and see what happens.
    Ruby flecks some of the spilt blood into the sampler, which displays yet another new prompt.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:06 No.3222768
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    >That's too weeaboo for me.

    Well, if you had picked that poster's other suggestion for a -white blouse and blue skirt, you would've ended up with Reisen's color scheme. Or at least her color scheme in Scarlet Weather Rhapsody. And that would be somewhat more distinct than the all-pink dress, which is generic enough to pass off as an ordinary outfit.


    Okay, we have three options here, as to which blood to test first:

    1.) The zombie's.
    2.) Ruby's.
    3.) Tom's.

    Which will it be? Keep in mind that, as >>3222743 points out, it may be very dangerous to expose a wound to anywhere near the purple liquid.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:07 No.3222770
    Ask Tom to try drinking the blood.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:07 No.3222773

    Have ruby use the glove and collect a sample directly from the head.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:10 No.3222776

    Figures. We need a sample FRESH from the body. Which at this point is quite... redundant, Uggghhh... what to do now? I wonder if there's anything in the duct.


    I don't understand any of this.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:10 No.3222778
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    So there is a disease, and we might have been exposed to it already. Is there any way we can sterilize the area and then prick ourself to let loose a drop of blood?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:10 No.3222780
    So basically, testing someone's blood won't reveal a thing. Presumably.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:11 No.3222783
    It seems as though it performs a chemical analysis. Blood doesn't seem to yield useful results. Perhaps you'd need a sample of what's IN the blood, or what's affecting it, since the blood itself is too dilute.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:12 No.3222785

    Fake assumption. I think what may be the cause is -

    1) the rubber glove got too dirty thus the readout is wrong
    2) the blood from the zombie got contaminated and we need a pure sample - purple liquid is in an airtight container...
    3) I wonder if the first reading was "NO CURE" as it's not a remedy.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:13 No.3222787
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    >Have ruby use the glove and collect a sample directly from the head.
    Ruby crawls out of the hatch to get a sample from the head itself.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:13 No.3222788
    Get some blood straight from the dead guy's head.

    Also, test Tom and yourself to see if you're infected.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:14 No.3222792
    This. Ask Tom for a sample of his blood. Just to make sure he doesn't turn on us halfway through.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:15 No.3222793

    Paranoic that much? Open wounds = risk of infection.

    Would you like to risk that?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:19 No.3222798
    I agree, no open wounds.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:20 No.3222802

    Touch tom's crotch.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:20 No.3222804
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    That's odd.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:20 No.3222806
    I just came in but is there a sterile syringe?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:21 No.3222809
    while getting the zombie sample ask tom to check in the controll room (where we found the wooden eye thing) to see if anything has happened
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:24 No.3222817
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    Oh shit. Take Tom with us and explore the upper floor, the room we originally woke up in. That head must be tracked down.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:24 No.3222818

    Foolishly check upstairs alone.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:24 No.3222819

    Look under the barrel?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:24 No.3222822
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:25 No.3222826

    where did it go?

    ask tom if the head was still there when he was in his cell just before.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:30 No.3222843
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    >ask tom if the head was still there when he was in his cell just before.
    Tom insists he was just in the other room and the head was still there. He definitely didn't see it come through here.
    Tom speculates that if it went anywhere there would be a blood trail. He suggests perhaps it simply dissolved like the rest of the body.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:32 No.3222849
    Sounds... plausible. There's no blood trail, and it's unlikely that the head just flew away.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:32 No.3222851
    tell tom, "dissolving zombies are improbable. lets be logical here"
    with tom, check upstairs for any obvious changes.

    didnt that console answer questions?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:33 No.3222853

    So we have two theories -

    2) The infection causes the body to morph, but upon death by either dismemberment or beheading the whole body becomes too unstable and just dissolves.

    Check the rooms above. Just in case.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:33 No.3222855
    tell tom the theory about the purple goo
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:33 No.3222856
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    Tom's looking a little uneasy again.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:34 No.3222859
    >dissolving zombies are improbable
    But the thing DID dissolve! After it was decapitated it lost all coherency and turned into a room-covering puddle!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:34 No.3222862
    >tell tom the theory about the purple goo
    We have a theory?
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    In before Tom rapes or turns on us. Tell him all about the sampler machine, the purple goo, and the thing about contaminated and sterile blood in the adjacent room.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:37 No.3222865
    witch tom and ruby have both been standing in. might wanna go get some fresher air..
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:37 No.3222868
    Stay together and try to find something to use as a weapon before going upstairs to check for the head.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:37 No.3222869

    We don't. We don't know what the purple goo is.


    Hug Tom and comfort him.

    Kiss if appropriable
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:39 No.3222875

    Stop talking nonsense again. The blood in that room wasn't contaminated, but the sample from the room with the zombie was contaminated that made the machine say "Sorry I can't analyze that because the sample is too dirty."

    No need to raise panic, since Tom is already stressed
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:40 No.3222879

    Go back into the adjoining room with the exposed electrical wires and pull one or two out to see what happens.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:41 No.3222880
    Maybe the purple stuff was an attempt to create a cure for zombification?

    Try mixing some purple goo and zombie blood, see if that does anything.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:41 No.3222881
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    >might wanna go get some fresher air..
    Ruby and Tom move back into the prison room for fresher air.

    >Kiss if appropriable
    Ruby contemplates kissing Tom, and wonders if he might get the wrong idea.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:41 No.3222883

    Or mix the zombie goo with the fresh blood and see what happens?


    Hug then
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:42 No.3222884
    head back up to the control room (as i think thats the farthest room away from the blood pool) to help tom calm down and poke around a bit more up there till he's feeling better
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:42 No.3222889
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    >Kiss if appropriable

    No, you fool. If we're infected, he catches it through transmission of bodily fluids, and if he's infected, we catch it.


    The blood in the sampling room was in conditions no more sterile than the blood from the zombie room. The sampling machine was telling us that the zombie's blood was, in fact, contaminated with a virus.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:43 No.3222890
    whats that line in the roof? look up at it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:43 No.3222893

    Offer him another fish from the fish tank.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:46 No.3222897
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    Tom begins vomiting.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:46 No.3222898

    The raised grate


    > No, you fool. If we're infected, he catches it through transmission of bodily fluids, and if he's infected, we catch it.



    Good idea


    And this is another good idea
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:46 No.3222899
    thats where the wall that was keeping tom fenced in rolled up into
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:47 No.3222902

    Is it blood?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:47 No.3222903
    Fucking hell, he's vomiting BLOOD. He's not just nauseous.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:47 No.3222904
    Called it!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:51 No.3222905


    New to this whole thing, does anyone wanna give me a quick plot summary?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:51 No.3222906

    Quickly knock him backwards and hit the middle of the five buttons. Hopefully it'll shock him unconscious.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:51 No.3222907
    Edge slowly backwards to the ladder. keeping a close eye on Tom. reassuringly ask if he is alright
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:50 No.3222908

    Maybe it's lupus?


    If we draw conclusions based on impulses we might as well run all the way up and close the fucking hatch.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:51 No.3222910

    Maybe it's lupus?


    If we draw conclusions based on impulses we might as well run all the way up and close the fucking hatch.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:51 No.3222914
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    Tom says he is having excruciating, sharp stomach pains. He says he wasn't feeling this before. It's very sudden.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:51 No.3222916
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    Quickly now, tell him it'll be alright and you need to do something extremely important, collect some of the vomited blood with the condom or something, make a mad dash and crawl back to the sampler room, and pour some of Tom's blood into the sampler machine.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:53 No.3222920

    Sample the blood. Use on checker. Do it fast. He might be dying.

    A lot of stress might've caused a stomach ulcer or worse.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:53 No.3222922
    >Quickly knock him backwards and hit the middle of the five buttons. Hopefully it'll shock him unconscious.
    Good GOD, where's your HUMANITY? This guy saved your life!
    You're all jumping to conclusions. You see something about cures and suddenly everyone assumes this is some Resident Evil T-Virus shit. Tom's obviously sick, but there's nothing to imply he's going to turn into a monster! We should try to HELP him, not hurt him!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:53 No.3222923
    get him to sit on the couch in the blood room with his eyes closed.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:54 No.3222925
    i dont suppose anyone stopped to check if the fish were poisonous or not..or if they had sharp barbs before eating if so tom's gonna need a doc or hes gonna keep upchucking.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)07:57 No.3222931
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    Ruby dabs some blood up on one of the fingers of the glove and excuses herself. She promises to be right back.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)07:57 No.3222934

    Paranoia, what else?


    Of all the acts of kindness that might've been twisted against you...
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:00 No.3222938
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    Back at the sampler, Ruby inserts a sample of Tom's blood and the LED triggers a familiar message.
    Maybe the machine isn't made to analyze blood.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:00 No.3222940

    He looks so fucking depressed. Goddamn. I feel bad for the little guy.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:00 No.3222942


    >>3222897 >>3222897 >>3222897
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:01 No.3222944
    ohfuck.. Tom.. noo. ; ;
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:02 No.3222947
    Give Tom some of the purple stuff.

    If it really is a cure of some sort, it'll help him.

    If not... well, he's fucked anyway. It's worth the risk.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:02 No.3222949

    This is an adventure game you idiot. Losing logical thinking and submitting into instincts will lead to more frustration and possibly insanity.



    Purple goo and Tom. Might be the only way.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:03 No.3222952
    Head back to Tom and ask what he wants.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:03 No.3222954

    Plan B, use the condom to take a sample of the water from the fish tank for testing.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:03 No.3222956
    >purple goo
    >a cure of some sort

    The machine just obviously wasn't made for blood samples!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:04 No.3222958
    fill up another condom full of the purple stuff tie it off and put it in the metal hatch,then go tell tom it was probably the fish and you are sorry its not agreeing with him.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:06 No.3222966
    Better yet: take a fish.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:06 No.3222967
    We have no choice left. Take some of the purple liquid and feed it to Tom.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:06 No.3222968
    Did it say there is no cure for the purple stuff, or that the purple stuff -is- no cure?

    Eh, either way you're probably right...

    But we can't just leave Tom to die. If he wasn't feeling anything moments ago and now has sharp stomach pains and is vomiting up buckets of blood, whatever he's got is happening extremely fast. We gotta do something right now or he's gone.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:06 No.3222972
    >We have no choice left.
    Fuck you, yes we do. What kind of fucked-up logic do you have to follow where a liquid that reads "NO CURE" is somehow an all-purpose cure? What the fuck? That's the opposite of what it said!
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:07 No.3222974
    i dont think tom's gonna be too keen on drinking anything that comes out of a condom..
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:07 No.3222977
    >i dont think tom's gonna be too keen on drinking anything that comes out of a condom..
    Sudden mental image of Ruby drinking something out of a condom.

    ...why do I find that so hot.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:08 No.3222980

    Question: Cure for what?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:08 No.3222982
    It wouldn't be much of an adventure if we knew...
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:09 No.3222984
    - Take Tom's blood
    - Mix purple stuff with Tom's blood
    - See what happens
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:09 No.3222985
    Save it for the after-game discussion.

    I say give Tom some of the purple stuff. It's either that or let him bleed out internally. He'll probably die either way, but we may gain some insight as to what the goo is if we use it as a last resort on him.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:10 No.3222992
    - ???
    - PROFIT!
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:10 No.3222993
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    Ruby considers her options carefully. Tom's suddenly sick and there are no doctors around. This could be serious.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:11 No.3222996

    (in b4 whatever it is disappears again)
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:11 No.3222998

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:11 No.3222999
    >I say give Tom some of the purple stuff.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:11 No.3223000

    Um, Ruby, look behind you.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:11 No.3223002

    Behind you.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:12 No.3223005
    Adventure game logic.

    Combine everything with everything, use everything on everything else. See what sticks.
    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)08:13 No.3223010
    Okay, so I've missed everything from where we'd just opened the z-hatch.

    Can some give me a quick summary of how bad the situation now is?
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:14 No.3223012
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    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:14 No.3223015
    the chem scanner is having fits cause the samples are too diluted witch means there's not enough there for it to actually read,its probably not meant to handle blood
    also we dont actually know if hes gonna die from a stomach pain seeing as he isnt still coughing up or vomiting blood tom may just be suffering a wicked ulcer and is turning out to be a sissy boy.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:14 No.3223016

    In short: We discovered new rooms and now Tom is dying and it's all your fault.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:14 No.3223017
    Never claimed it was medicine. Actually, if you read the rest of my post you'll see that I fully expect Tom to die no matter what we do. At least his death will provide us with valuable information if he's given the goo.

    Also, way to read into an obviously intentional vague message.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:14 No.3223019

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:16 No.3223020

    Nervously wave.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:16 No.3223021

    Hello there Tom 2.

    Write in fresh blood - "Hello" on the glass. Remember to write it backwards so he can see it normally.
    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)08:15 No.3223022

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:16 No.3223026
    >I've missed everything from where we'd just opened the z-hatch.
    You absolutely HAVE TO catch up on the whole thing, or you're missing out. Trust me, no summary would do it justice, especially since you have the chance to read the thing in full.
    Archive 1-4 here:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=19ryypjy
    Thread 5 still live here: >>3221863
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:16 No.3223028
    Yes, because in a zombie game people who are vomiting blood are completely unrelated to anything. Ever.

    Fuck your theory.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:16 No.3223029
    high pitch scream of surprise?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:17 No.3223033
    >At least his death will provide us with valuable information
    You're a fucking monster. Ruby wouldn't kill Tom just for that, not after all he's done for her, after all they've been through together.

    >read into
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:17 No.3223037

    > zombie game

    We found one zombie (or rather a monster) so far and it's already a zombie game?

    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)08:17 No.3223038


    We... we never meant to hurt him, did we?
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:18 No.3223041
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    >Nervously wave.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:18 No.3223042
    Same difference. My point still stands.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:23 No.3223044
    Examine the picture on the right, perhaps it says something or shows something of importance.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:23 No.3223046
    Histrionic much?

    I see no other alternatives, aside from watching him bleed out. Vomiting up blood is usually a pretty serious thing. Shit has gone wrong inside of him. Ruby's not a doctor and the only item at hand that even has a /chance/ of fixing the situation is that purple stuff.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:23 No.3223048
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    ...it's just a mirror.
    >> Also /tg/ is being an anal cunt not letting me post Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:23 No.3223050
    It's a mirror? Why wasn't it a mirror before? Or is it just someone waving back?

    Make funny faces at it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:23 No.3223052
    make a silly face?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:23 No.3223054
    So what, something happens, everyone posts responses, and Weaver picks the thing Ruby would most probably do and elaborates on it?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:24 No.3223055

    What the hell? There was a window there... it's gone now?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:24 No.3223056
    Check inventory.
    >> Gary 12/22/08(Mon)08:25 No.3223058
    I say we test the purple stuff on the fish.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:25 No.3223059

    Spit into the analyzer, see if it can process saliva.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:25 No.3223062
    Give Tom the purple stuff already. It's the only thing anyone can seem to think of, and I for one refuse to just ignore his imminent death.

    Best case scenario it cures him.

    Worst case scenario it kills him, which isn't worse than doing nothing because it looks like he's already dying anyway.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:25 No.3223064
    hm. so its a mirror.. so all the stuff weve been seeing has been a reflection..has..has ruby looked behind her yet?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:26 No.3223068
    You're all jumping to fucking conclusions here.
    First of all we know NOTHING about the purple stuff. It could be POISONOUS ACID for all we know! And from the reading it's more likely it's a disease itself rather than a cure for one!
    Second of all, you all see the word "cure" and instantly this turns into a quarantine situation. We know the machine can't analyze blood by itself, but it can analyze chemicals. So we need a purer sample.

    >the only item at hand that even has a /chance/ of fixing the situation is that purple stuff.
    No, that is the item that is LEAST likely to cure him, because it said "NO CURE", and I can't think of any possible interpretation of "NO CURE" that means "CURE".
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:26 No.3223069
    As I've been saying for a while now, try mixing blood with the purple stuff.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:26 No.3223074
    Head back to Tom to see if he is alright and needs anything. Ask him how he feels. Keep him awake.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:27 No.3223075
    Think about this rationally:
    What could be affecting Tom?
    Not just being near the blood. Ruby's been near it and she's fine.
    Could be the fish, he ate those, and now his stomach's having trouble. You could all be ready to kill him over a bad case of food poisoning or something.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:27 No.3223076
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    Haven't you played Resident Evil? The main character's infection gets serious and he gets incapacitated for a while, then you control his buddy who has to go out and perform some more explanation for the key item that serves as the cure. That could possibly be the case here, there's still much more to explore.


    I say this is a very prudent course of action. We test it by putting it into a fish's mouth first.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:27 No.3223081

    By definition, a cure has no cure. What would cure a cure? It wouldn't make any sense.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:28 No.3223082
    Unless you want to start ramming the various non-chemical, very solid objects we have in our inventory down his throat, I'm pretty sure that "lowest chance" is better than "no chance."
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:28 No.3223085
    >Give Tom the purple stuff already. It's the only thing anyone can seem to think of
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:29 No.3223088
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:30 No.3223092
    >from the reading it's more likely it's a disease itself rather than a cure for one
    I disagree. If it was a disease, it would make no sense for the readout to be "NO CURE". No cure WOULD however make sense if the purple stuff is a non-functioning attempt at a cure.

    >we need a purer sample.
    A purer sample of what?

    If we're not going to feed it to Tom, at least let's test the purple stuff SOMEHOW. Feed it to the fishes or something. If the fish don't die from it, I'm willing to take the gamble that it won't kill Tom, and thus it's safe to at least test if it cures him.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:31 No.3223099
    Ignore the one screaming faggot who's too pussy to try the purple stuff.

    The purple stuff is the key.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:31 No.3223100
    Stuff all this deliberating, walk over to those exposed wires and rip out a handful. Time is running out, what Ruby needs now is results.
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:32 No.3223101
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    >So what, something happens, everyone posts responses, and Weaver picks the thing Ruby would most probably do and elaborates on it?
    The action taken on is generally either the fastest or the most agreed-upon. If there's a lot of strong opposition to an idea, it's put on hold. Such as now.

    >As I've been saying for a while now, try mixing blood with the purple stuff.
    Thinking of no other way to do it, Ruby pours a little of the purple stuff from the tap to the floor, then flecks blood onto it from the glove.
    It hisses and smokes violently. It smells caustic, like burnt plastic.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:32 No.3223104
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:33 No.3223109

    fill the condom with purple stuff and use on the wall safe. It should dissolve the metal unless it's organic acid.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:33 No.3223110
    Why the Hell doesn't this facility label shit? Isn't it usually a safety standard for chemicals and whatnot to be clearly labeled?

    If Tom isn't about to bleed-out, let's use a fish as a guinea pig first. If he is, skip it and feed him the purple drank.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:33 No.3223114
    Put the mixture of blood and purple stuff in the analyzer.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:33 No.3223115
    >A purer sample of what?
    >If we're not going to feed it to Tom, at least let's test the purple stuff SOMEHOW. Feed it to the fishes or something.
    >feed it to tom
    >the fishes

    THAT'S IT.

    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:34 No.3223116
    so purple stuff + human blood =horrible burning
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:34 No.3223117

    Is that Tom's blood or Zombie blood?
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:34 No.3223119
    >It should dissolve the metal
    It's not dissolving the FLOOR, so if it's an acid, it's got to be an organic one.
    >> Gary 12/22/08(Mon)08:34 No.3223120
    Well, that's not a good sign.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:35 No.3223121
    Was that zombie blood?

    If so, I think we just found our anti-zombie weapon.

    Also, I now agree that giving it to Tom might not be the most prudent course of action. Unless he's turning into a zombie.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:35 No.3223122
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:35 No.3223127
    well it just started give it a minute..
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:36 No.3223128

    Or the metal is chromed.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:36 No.3223130

    Maybe the fishes we fed to Tom made him ill. Go catch one and stuff it down the analyser machine.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:36 No.3223132
    Examine the analyzer, does it appear to have any other functions, buttons, sample chutes? Maybe there is more to it than meets the eye.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:37 No.3223133
    Being on the right side of the argument is no excuse for acting like an insufferable, histrionic faggot.

    Also, I'm good with still feeding it to him. Clearly it will burn out all of the bad blood, then we can use the blood all over the floor to replace it. =D
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:37 No.3223138
    That little eye token... would that fit into the missing spot on the circuit board?
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:38 No.3223139
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    Ruby goes back to the other room, retrieves the last two fish from the tank, and touches one of them to the purple puddle.
    It sizzles and smokes visibly, and the scales start to dissolve slightly.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:39 No.3223143
    use FISH on ANALYSER
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:40 No.3223144

    Good thinking anon.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:40 No.3223145
    My only regret is that when this faggot shouting "give him purple stuff no matter what it's the only option despite all signs to the contrary" finally gets proved wrong, he'll still smokescreen it with this "well whatever I was still smarter than all of you" bullshit.
    Your idea will kill Tom. Some of us have said that from the start. You persisted with your idiotic idea and even when proven completely wrong you'll still refuse to face it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:45 No.3223147
    Why don't you both shut up. You're both acting like twats. Everyone has their own opinion and Weaver said that the fastest/majority will win. You can argue but damn, stop acting like children about it.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:46 No.3223151

    >You acted like an ass, but you were right, and I was wrong.
    > Lame joke to further point out how badly my course of action would've turned out.

    Yeah man, I'm definitely still in the mindset that I was right. Clearly feeding Tom fucking ACID was a great idea.

    Also, OGOD SQL WHY?
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:47 No.3223155
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    >That little eye token... would that fit into the missing spot on the circuit board?
    No. The disc is thick and circular. The missing spot on the circuitboard is small and square.

    >use FISH on ANALYSER
    Ruby, feeling a bit disgusted, mashes up the fish as best she can to get it to fit in the funnel.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:47 No.3223157
    how about we see what it does first? before we throw a possibly acidic melting thing into the equipment?
    >> Librariman 12/22/08(Mon)08:47 No.3223158

    Okay, so unless these are zombie fish, it's pretty clearly anti-organic, and we should definetly never give some to Tom unless he becomes a zombie.

    Use the can opener to try and smash the mirror.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:47 No.3223160
    Lets not use the purple stuff on Tom.

    Go back to Tom and see how he is doing.
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:49 No.3223162
    How about trying to look at the "safe" on the wall in the bloody room please?
    >> Weaver !!vY8rj3XdjnI 12/22/08(Mon)08:57 No.3223169
    >> Anonymous 12/22/08(Mon)08:57 No.3223170
    Head back up to the room with the big computer, maybe if Ruby can get that working we might be able to find a way to help Tom.

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