Why the heck is there so much wildlife in this ship it's been like four hours-

8th Nov 2020, 2:41 PM
Panda in a Panic

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8th Nov 2020, 2:41 PM

At the time of posting, it's an unseasonably warm 70 degrees outside, VHV is still running, and Jesus is still Lord.
All things of which I'm thankful for.

...Anyway! Poor Jean is very much having a rough time of things and I can't say anyone else wouldn't have.
On the other hand, is there really a good way to get someone to safety from such a distance?

Soli Deo Gloria.


8th Nov 2020, 5:54 PM

1) There must be multiple hull breaches
2) These creatures sure don't waste any time invading the ship. Most things would stay away from a crashed ship.

8th Nov 2020, 9:03 PM

Yeah, you'd THINK they'd be hiding for a while...

13th Nov 2020, 7:04 AM

Maybe about 15 minutes till they determine nothing else came down. Usually large impacts will attract scavengers as there will be a sudden increase of the amount of available food generated by the impact on the local wild life. then the things that feed on suddenly fat scavengers move in and so on...

And I see a live Hatecougher.

If she is in a Janitorial closet there might be a box of assorted tools so someone can fix the occasional broken light switch or swap out a control panel. there might even be something to Jerry Rig the foot of slightly broken robot. ...

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