Dave ST Posted April 18, 2018 Share Posted April 18, 2018 Trinity: The Minerva Protocol Episode 1: P-Days 2 years ago... You awaken. You are alone. The white burns your eyes as your senses once again try to reboot to the world you left behind an unknown number of hours ago. Your eyes strain under the white of the room your in. It's about 30' by 40'. You're in skin tight, carbon weave medical onesie as you scan your surroundings. There are two doors, one to you left, one to your right the white bed you woke up on is in the middle of the room as far along the wall as it can be, a simple medical model that will retract into the wall when not in use. Directly across from your bed, 40 feet away from you is a massive mirror, black and glossy and it reflects back on you and nothing beyond it... you know it must be a 2-way of some kind. There is nothing in this room besides you, and the bed. Each of you has some recollection of what you were doing before you woke up. You don't remember falling unconscious, and certainly do not remember how long you've been out. Bot the doors have a holo-ribbon scrolling across its surface, 'Locked L4 Clearance Required' it reads. Spoiler You are alone. This means you are literally alone. Not the four of you are alone in a room, but you, your character, is alone in the room. No one is with you. You are the only living thing in the room. There is only you, the room and the air, that's it. You are not accompanied by anyone else. I swear if one of you talks to the other PCs I will gas you all on general principal. Do I have my...? No. You have none of your equipment. You. Onesie. That's all. Can I...? You have no tools, so most conventional skill rolls will fail. You can't hack a room with nothing in it, pry open a panel box to hot wire the door when you have no means of loosening the screws/bolts etc... and no... you don't have bobby pins in your hair. Take a moment to consider a reaction, post it. We'll continue from there. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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