As many of you have found through posts I have done, you've noticed that there are now board wide scenarios that can happen. These can range from minor annoyances to delay escape, to life or death situations for most or all of you. This topic will be where Ship wide Scenarios, as they appear, will be posted, so be sure to read this topic thoroughly if there is a reply...
As of Ten Fifteen this morning, all doors, gates, and grates on the ship suddenly shut, cosed, and locked on their own. This causes a severe problem for those trying to escape, as they now need to find different routes out of the ship. Those in rooms at the time will find themselves stuck unless they can break down the blocked exit, which will alert enemies to their position.
However, the reason the doors were locked automatically is because of a safety measure installed on the Calypso. Staff know this measure as 'Lock down', where all the ships have automatic, secondary locks that can only be opened and closed by those in the Crew Sector on the Boat Deck, located in the Wheelhouse. If even one person can find this switch, then they can reopen the doors...
As of ten twenty five this morning, A hiss has begun to be heard through the ship, and some may notice a strange colored gas seeping through vents in the walls, ceilings, and floors. This is very dangerous to those locked in one sole area, as this gas is poison gas, which is shouldn't be.
A special feature of the 'Lock Down' Security Measure was to have specialized sleeping and paralysis gas be feed through vents into areas sectioned off by the Controls in the Wheelhouse. It was desiged so as to stop people such as terrorists instantly, but for some reason, the gas being feed is not sleeping gas, but poisonous gas. Those trapped must find a way Out of their rooms fast, or suffer poisoning...[/i]
As the Ship slowly begins to take it's former form, Calypso has decided to make it so everyone knows that the ship is not what they seemed. To some, this is already beginning to happen, while to others, it is a slow going process. Certain rooms are going to be changing to reflect their true appearance, while others will remain in their Calypso Counterparts for a longer time. There is no telling which rooms are which, but what is certain, is that the process of changing for the rooms maybe very violent.
If your wondering how, William narrowly avoided certain death from the Wheelhouse changing to it's Titanic counterpart with the flooding inwards of the glass...