Comic 43 - Pillage on your way back to the vent

Posted on 25th Jul 2017, 1:01 AM in The Hospital
Pillage on your way back to the vent

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Morgenstern 25th Jul 2017, 1:01 AM edit delete
You consider your current condition. You're a little hungry--and thirsty--but in all this excitement you haven't really thought about it. You can get by for now, though.

You check the yellow bucket on the way out of the maintenance closet. Nothing in there but the remains of dirty mop water.

You check the cabinets and the shelf in the room you first woke up in. There's more painkillers; you dump the contents of the bottle into your current bottle, so you have a full bottle of painkillers. There's some basic medical supplies--cloth adhesive, tweezers and such--which you also add. You'd say you have about 1/3rd of what you need to properly take care of Michelle. There might be more in the operating room.

There's a couple of books here, too, but neither of them look very interesting--one is about debunking supernatural phenomena, and the other is about the economy.

You climb into the sideways vent, popping out on the other side of the meat wall. The hands continue trying to reach for you, but their range has not improved since the last time you saw them.


Zoidberg 25th Jul 2017, 1:22 AM edit delete reply
Looks like those bodies might be ripe for some looting. Try to hum a song while you do it so you don't get the dreaded crazy-thoughts.

Perhaps invest in some handwear or have your bloody bandages touch the bodies, too, so you don't get the not-so-dreaded rickets.
Guest 25th Jul 2017, 1:29 AM edit delete reply
Push/throw a corpse next to the arms to see what they do to it.
Inventory guy 26th Jul 2017, 9:32 PM edit delete reply
Nurse Uniform
Bloody Bandages
Scent of fresh Linens

Syringe (Pesticide)
Towels (Bloody)
Clean Severed Hand
Duct tape
Basement Keycard
pack of Cigarettes
Super Soaker (Pesticide)
Hand sanitizer
Painkillers (Full bottle)
Medical supplies (1/3)