[Taocow PBEM] [Ted, Raven, Owen, Alex] Book 3 - Chapter I - Bridg e
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"I have psychic abilities--I might be able to get it to work."
> Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2009 17:55:33 -0800
> From: mightymartianca at gmail.com
> To: taocowpbem at zork.net
> Subject: Re: [Taocow PBEM] [Ted, Raven, Owen, Alex] Book 3 - Chapter I - Bridg e
> > > [GM]
> > >
> > > ...
> > >
> > > "Sorry." Brian shrugs as he picks himself up. "Didn't have time to explain,
> > > or use the elevator."
> > >
> > > He turns to Raven. "To answer your questions, ma'am, I was here, um, having
> > > a wee bit of a drink. When I went up and saw the zombie mutiny, I thought it
> > > best to hack the computer, say the Pocket had somehow got detached, and then
> > > make my way back and hope they didn't look too close."
> > > [/GM]
> > [Raven]
> > "Pocket?" Raven echoed, repeating what the man had said. "Oh, you must
> > mean Pocket Dimension! Of course... bigger inside than outside, that
> > makes sense. Awesome!" Raven guessed and appreciated. Threads of thought
> > crossed her mind then about this pocket dimension and it had brought
> > questions.
> > "This is just wonderful! Is it naturally occurring? Or purely
> > artificial? How do you power it? How do you keep the bottleneck entrance
> > open? Magic? Psi?" Raven asked in a flurry.
> > [/Raven]
> The young crewman looks at Raven a bit confused. "Um... I'm not really
> all that sure. I know there's some sort of generator in the engine room that
> has something to do with it. But..."
> > [Ted]
> > Ted glances both ways with his rifle drawn. "Are we safe down here?
> > Is there anyway for the possessed part of the crew to come after us?"
> > he asks Brian.
> > [/Ted]
> Brian seems to have been interrupted mid-thought. "I disabled the
> elevator." Brian says. "They'd have get down here to fix it, and the
> only way to do that right now is the way we came."
> > [Owen]
> > "Can the entrance to the Pocket be collapsed? I hope not. I don't
> > want to spend the rest of my life in this littlle place."
> > [/Owen]
> "Yes." Brian replies. "Or so I've been told. But if they did, your life
> would be kinda short, because those big cylinders are the
> emergency air supply. If they seal it off, we'd probably have a day or
> two at best."
> > [Alex]
> > Alex adds, "What are we suppose to do now?"
> > [/Alex]
> "I was gonna get to that." Brian says. "We've got to save the ship,
> obviously. I've got this device..." He pulls a small metal object that looks
> like a calculator that's been half pulled apart, with small looping wires,
> buttons of different sizes from different equipment stuck to it, and a large
> ruby right in the middle.
> "I swiped this off the engineer as he was trying to shove something in
> my ear. I know it can be used by a psychic or a mage, and apparently
> controls a second doorway that can be programmed for anywhere in
> the ship. Can any of you use it?"
> Suddenly, far above, they can hear swishing, as if someone is sliding
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