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MOCIA 2, pt 10
Gravity, The natural force of attraction exerted by a celestial body upon objects at or near its surface, tending to draw them nearer.
About this creation
Roll for jargon translation: 1: critical failure!









*silent thump*

"Oof"



*inaudible thud*

"Agh... so heavy..."



"Fgh."



"Urk..."



"Hnnngghhh..."



"Ah! That's got it."



"So, any other bright ideas?"

Will you:
A: Read, watch and listen to the various logs?
B: Fiddle with the lights?
C: Attempt to close the outer airlock?
D: Give the computer a kick, for not telling you what an 'MT' is?
E: Try to repair the network?

You have until the 15th of September.



Comments

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  November 18, 2010
Quoting Stuart P. (SPOILER ALERT) MT=military transport
Mmm, no, actually MT= something to do with artificial gravity.
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  November 18, 2010
(SPOILER ALERT) MT=military transport
 I made it 
  September 17, 2010
A, then. Should be up before too long. Less than 12 hours, anyway.
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  September 15, 2010
This is very good!
  September 14, 2010
Well, he's already done half a dozen random, pointless things, so let's see if he can't see what all's happening: E
Areetsa C
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Sam "Shnineham" Nineham
  September 13, 2010
Option D. I just want to see what would happen if he kicked the computer on a spaceship.
 I made it 
  September 12, 2010
Quoting Slugger CSJ I say E. Great MOC, by the way. Also, can I make a MOCIA-like thing? I'll give full credit to you.
Go for it, if you want. Quite a lot of commitment involved, though.
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  September 12, 2010
D! Stupid computer.
  September 12, 2010
I say E. Great MOC, by the way. Also, can I make a MOCIA-like thing? I'll give full credit to you.
 I like it 
  September 12, 2010
Well, that was a long comment. Also I vote E.
 I made it 
  September 12, 2010
Quoting Caleb Cutlass-Crocodile Blanchet (Am I right? Does it connect in anyway? Does it really matter? This guy is destined to die anyway...)
Nope, the network is what connects that terminal to all the other computer systems aboard the ship. In all likelihood, fixing it would just allow him to update the information already on the terminal to more recent versions, and... um... well, let's just say that all the systems in a given part of the ship connect to the nearest terminal, so if someone unpleasant has access to the security system, in theory, he can use the ship's security system as his eyes and ears and repairing a previously offline part of the network would provide him access to previously inaccessable cameras. I say in theory because security systems need different passwords for different things, so the password to gain access to the security terminal is different from the password to turn on any defensive systems, which in turn is different from the one to access the cameras, which is different from the one for the microphones. Unless the Chief Security Officer has his passwords written on a convenient piece of paper, but who'd be stup!d enough to do that...
Areetsa C
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Thomas N
  September 11, 2010
C. As long as the attempt to close it is through the computer, as trying to force the door closed would be a pointless effort. ~T
Areetsa C
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Spaztastic the Diabolical
  September 11, 2010
A: It's backstory time!
Areetsa C
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Angus J.
  September 11, 2010
D. Kicking anything usually makes it work (except for a politician, in that case, you get a nice visit from the local FBI)
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  September 11, 2010
D!
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  September 11, 2010
A! :D
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  September 11, 2010
Alright... let's see. "A" would be helpful if our intrepid hero was getting ready for his nap, he'd probably love a good bedtime story. Besides perhaps learning why the lack of other poor souls or why he's here, which might be useful info later on, that kind of thing isn't going to be important. As for "B"... good gawsh, man, what wasted use of your non-existent fingers. "C" could prove helpful if we're trying for the 'moving on' approach... "D" Good-heavens, no. The poor thing has gone through enough trauma! "E" I hope this guy knows how to handle computer-ey things, because without such knowledge he isn't going far. Actually - I think "A" or "E" would be the best choices, these could lead to opportunities and may not have too terrible consequences, at the least. "E" is my choice.
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  September 11, 2010
E. because It sounds like the smartest way to get through this.
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  September 11, 2010
C!
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  September 11, 2010
Oh no... I must have said something offensive in my last comment - it made a be-line for the Mods. I'll be disappointed if it doesn't get posted, seeing as its length did take some time to conjure up, but what the heck. In short: I went with "E" because I get the feeling that ties up with getting the airlock closed. (Am I right? Does it connect in anyway? Does it really matter? This guy is destined to die anyway...)
  September 11, 2010
Option A, because.
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  September 11, 2010
C. Hopefully those boneheads won't decide to do something useless again.
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  September 11, 2010
C. Maybe, if he succeeds without killing himself, he will be able to open the other door. And get killed by something. Either that, or he is going to suffocate.
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  September 11, 2010
A. Let's see why he's alone in a room.
  September 11, 2010
d
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  September 11, 2010
A.
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  September 11, 2010
A - He should find out what has been going on in the ship.
 I made it 
  September 11, 2010
Quoting Thomas N C. As long as the attempt to close it is through the computer, as trying to force the door closed would be a pointless effort. ~T
All of those options pertain to the computer. There isn't really anything else to do in that room.
 I made it 
  September 11, 2010
Quoting Angus J. D. Kicking anything usually makes it work (except for a politician, in that case, you get a nice visit from the local FBI)
<nitpick> Technically speaking there's no such thing as a 'local' FBI because as national organizations, such agencies trancend subdivisions such as provinces and states. </nitpick>
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  September 11, 2010
A!
 
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