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>Say hello • Ruby says hello. • Tom says hello back. • Tom says his eye hurts.
>Ask red to help with examining tom. • Red says he is very, very tired of you asking. • Red cuts ??? with the WOODEN DISC
Red is TWO COINS fishtank • Gas is seeping into the room • Vial ??? TOM • Ruby tries RUBBER GLOVES access ??? doorway button
">WAKE UP!!!!" • This isn't real.
">Use eye disk on wall circle." Ruby doesn't have the eye disc. Ruby picks up the CROSS PEG from where she was just standing.
Ruby exits the dummy room. TOM is here.
"Greet tom, ask him if he has seen red, ask him how his eye/stomach are feeling."
">Greet tom, ask him if he has seen red, ask him how his eye/stomach are feeling." Tom says his stomach is feeling much better, but his eye is in severe pain. He doesn't know who "Red" is... but he does say that if you mean that person who keeps smiling, yes, he saw him. Red let Tom out of the room he was trapped in, just a few minutes ago. Tom came out to look for Ruby. Tom is glad to see Ruby. He says he thought she might be dead.
">Ask to look at Tom's eye!" Tom hesitantly agrees to let Ruby take a look at his eye.
Tom shakes Ruby gently by the shoulder. He asks if she is okay -- she just sort of blanked on him for a moment there.
"...ask Tom to walk to the other side of the room, she thinks she sees something."
">...ask Tom to walk to the other side of the room, she thinks she sees something." Tom tells Ruby there's no way he's walking across the room, as he doesn't want to fall into the gap. Tom tells Ruby she must not have noticed it. He says it's understandable, since she obviously hasn't been here for a while.
">Ask Tom what has happened in the time she has been gone." Tom explains he's not sick anymore. He took an antidote three days ago. He hasn't seen much, since he's been locked in a room, but he says that he's been hearing loud creaking and cracking noises echoing from other rooms.
">Tell Tom to show you where he was locked up." Tom agrees, and leads Ruby up the access hatch.
...that's funny. Tom says this doorway was just open.
>Inspect Everything There's a utilitarian metal hamper here. Something is inside. Ruby decides to get it. One moment. There's a pit in the center of the room, spattered with dried blood. Sitting in the center is a scrap of paper. Ruby will pick that up in just a second, too. The hatch in the southeast corner has a ladder, and looking down, it appears to lead into the cell room below. Something about that fact seems odd. The corner has some sort of strange, smooth organic growth latched onto two walls and the floor. It looks almost like skin.
Ruby picks up a SCRAP OF PAPER from the shallow pit. Ruby finds a FOOTY SOCK PAJAMA FOOT in the hamper, evidently torn from a full set of pajama bottoms and tied off at about the ankle. It's slightly heavy.
">Untie the footie pajama, dump out possible contents with care." Inside the FOOTY SOCK PAJAMA FOOT, there is a BLACK AND WHITE key. Ruby throws away the FOOTY SOCK PAJAMA FOOT. Her genre instinct tells her she won't need it.
"Examine the growth more closely, too. Is it full or hollow? Fleshi or what?" "Crawl down the southeastern hatch, if it looks like we can do it without falling."
">Examine the growth more closely, too. Is it full or hollow? Fleshi or what?" It's smooth and fleshy. It's like skin. ">Crawl down the southeastern hatch, if it looks like we can do it without falling." The second hatch now has a ladder leading down. That wasn't there before.
>Pull lever Ruby tries to pull the lever, but something's locking it from moving. It looks like part of the mechanism is missing, like a thin metal rod. About the size of a toothpick.
Ruby ties a small bit of string to the lever, then climbs back up to the room where she first awoke. Tom is still here, looking the door over in confusion.
Tom says his eye still hurts. Or rather, it hurts where it's supposed to be.
Tom explains that he lost his eye while he was being dragged off to the room he spent the last few days in. The thing that brought him there did it. Ruby must just not have noticed, between her flashes and distractions.
"Ask Tom to describe the "thing" that brought him there, if he remembers."
">Ask Tom to describe the "thing" that brought him there, if he remembers." Unfortunately, Tom says he didn't get a good look at whatever dragged him away. He was already sick. He says most of the pain of his eye has gone away by now. Poor Tom's lost his eye. Ruby hugs him for comfort.
Tom looks like he feels better. Ruby tells Tom what's happened. Tom explains he's been weak and despondent lately, and unfortunately can't help her with many details, except that the western door in the room with the big console (the one that the fishtank-door leads to) is the way into the room he was trapped in. They both agree that the only thing to do now is go forward.