, the entire ride to the aircraft carrier
these thoughts about Pamming kept swimming into your brain. How is she going to cope at the Chateau? When you left, things were not going well with Uncle and Fleece. There was talk about a fight. More bloodshed? More death? You're not sure if Pamming can handle it all. It left you worried. And, the potential for her to be pregnant. How does that change things?
It's like you're more or less going through the motions when you finally reach the ship. Tum Tum, his squad and Marlene are all climbing into the ship, and you're following behind them, but fuck. You're just not there
, yah know? It's fucking creepy in this place. It's like a giant iron and steel tomb. Cold. Damp. And, is that footsteps off in the distance you heard? Did anyone else notice that figure standing on the deck of the ship? Or, was that a figment of your imagination?
Tum Tum leads you through the maze of corridors toward the hospital. Luckily, there are indicators. Whoever lived in this place before I guess realized how fucking confusing navigating it could be.
And, then, finally you reach the clinic. It's got everything the rumors promised. And, more. You're stepping through a door that leads off to another section of the clinic, maybe you're just meandering, maybe you're still thinking about everything, maybe you saw something that drew you in. And, then, clack!
. The door shuts behind you. There's screaming coming from beyond and then gunfire. Marlene's in there. Along with Tum Tum and his crew. Fuck. Try as you might, you can't find a way to open that door. You're going to have to find another way in. You turn around and there's a long hallway, leading away from the clinic. Maybe it wraps around? Light is minimal. A few safety lights, still getting power - maybe from whatever is powering the clinic emergency lighting - near the base of the walls in the corridor. Just enough to see that the end of the corridor is enveloped in darkness.
Do you have a light? What about weapons?
There's a sound coming from deeper, further down the corridor.
It sounds ominous.
What do you do?