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969963 No. 969963 ID: d63ea8

Previous Thread: >>/quest/960828

My name is Ashley Peterson, and I think I’m lost.
I often go for walks, my job is stressful, and I like the cool feel of the night air.
This night hasn’t been different from any others, slightly cloudy, with a faint wind from the northeast.
Yet the wind has died down, and there isn’t any activity... anywhere I think.
Sure, I see lights in some of the windows, but no people.
No cars.

I always take the same path, turn left on 87th and then right onto Acheson.
It isn’t the most direct route to the park, but I find that tenement districts are a lot quieter than the major roads.
Acheson Road has also become the URC’s newest project, and you never know when you might see something.
There’s a bridge that overlooks one of the park’s rivers, the way that the water quietly snakes between those rolling grassy hills…
Serene.
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No. 978209 ID: b1b4f3

>>978193
No, the TV is on because Errant Signal is using it. Obviously.
It would be better not to interfere with the TV, and probably doesn't matter if we're looking at it or not since Errant Signal is aware of what's going on around us.
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No. 978284 ID: 87a01c

Avoid sharp things, but like more than normal, that paper against the mirror may have just been there to cause a paper-cut, which, according to errant signal, would have been lethal.
When he says 'secure it with' I believe that means places to anchor the thread/twine to, so something like tape or, probably better, eye hook screws. (though 5 of them would be the wrong number to use)
I have the sneaking suspicion you will find string/twine in your bag, at the top even, if not 'something to secure it with' too. You don't remember where it was, might even be in your bag, and Errant Signal said they would keep whatever you need nice and handy at the top of your bag.
The TV should be fine, as that probably just Errant Signal tuning your TV to the Errant Signal channel, same way your texts were.
Don't rush, you may find yourself more error prone right now. Just use the level of caution you would use on high voltage lines on everything you do right now. A risk of certain death just isn't worth going a little faster.
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No. 978348 ID: d63ea8
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978348

>First and foremost; CALM DOWN. Rushing and panicking leads to injury, and ES has made it clear we do NOT want to injure ourselves. Set your priorities, and execute them with calm certainty.
Focus.

I take a moment to breathe.

I am in control.
Whatever that is outside, I will beat it.
It doesn’t scare me.

And I haven’t come this far just to lose.


Just make a plan, and do it.

>Avoid sharp things, but like more than normal, that paper against the mirror may have just been there to cause a paper-cut, which, according to Errant Signal, would have been lethal.
It’s just like before with the road loop.
The world is different and I can’t expect it to play by normal rules.
I’ll need to be exceedingly careful.

>Don't rush, you may find yourself more error prone right now. Just use the level of caution you would use on high voltage lines on everything you do right now. A risk of certain death just isn't worth going a little faster.
All it takes is the right mindset, and the proper patience.
Just like I do every day.

>Pepper spray will have to do.
It will.

>Fascist 'arbitrage'; the smaller your apartment, the less ambitious the employee, and the more money saved. Never mind how that creates unrest and health issues in 20 years, because the 'game' ends when the leader dies, post-game efforts be damned.
When I make it through tonight I am going to tear Maxine a new one.

I will overcome this.
I am Determined.
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No. 978349 ID: d63ea8
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978349

>Priority 1: Turn off and cover the TV. It's on for a reason, and that reason isn't good, whatever it is.
The noise is sudden, but I don’t flinch.

I’m about to press the power button when-

Transmission Start: >>/questdis/133918
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No. 978350 ID: d63ea8
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978350

>No, the TV is on because Errant Signal is using it. Obviously.
>It would be better not to interfere with the TV, and probably doesn't matter if we're looking at it or not since Errant Signal is aware of what's going on around us.
>The TV should be fine, as that probably just Errant Signal tuning your TV to the Errant Signal channel, same way your texts were.
-the screen blinks and text appears.

Errant already said that he could mess with computers, and that morse code was a dead giveaway.



Check my bag?
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No. 978352 ID: d63ea8
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978352

>I have the sneaking suspicion you will find string/twine in your bag, at the top even, if not 'something to secure it with' too. You don't remember where it was, might even be in your bag, and Errant Signal said they would keep whatever you need nice and handy at the top of your bag.
When I reach over my shoulder, I feel the spool sticking out of the bag.
For now I don’t question it.

But I’m not so lucky with the ‘something to secure it to.’
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No. 978353 ID: d63ea8
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978353

>Take out your flashlight so you can see to look for things without stubbing your toe or something (since that would kill you), but be careful where you shine it. Wouldn't want to hurt Errant Signal with it.
I quietly open my toolbox and retrieve my flashlight.
I’ll try to keep it mainly pointed at the ground.

>Is he still in your bag?
I gingerly prod the side of my bag, and I feel it shuffle in response.

The text on the T.V. changes.


>Priority 2: Get string - check the closet first because it's close, then the kitchen if you don't find it. I assume he meant to secure the mirrors with it?
>Priority 3: Tie up mirrors. Focus on the standing mirror in your bedroom - that one seems most active. Then tie up the TV because it's close, followed by the bathroom mirror, then any others you can think of (including the window maybe).
>Text Errant Signal again, ask for detailed instructions (make sure you disable audio and vibration).
I need to be working with a better picture.
The phone is still back in the entryway, I’ll have to go get it.
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No. 978354 ID: d63ea8
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978354

>Again, DON'T RUSH IT - take ES's advice about not injuring yourself seriously.
Making a conscious effort to move at a slightly slower pace, I scan the hallway with my flashlight.
Nothing seems to have changed.

Yet.
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No. 978355 ID: d63ea8
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978355

>Something to secure it with... I don't know what that means. A lock? Don't you usually just tie knots?
I have a gym lock in the bathroom, might want to take it just to be safe.

The mirror seems darker, even with the light shining on it.
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No. 978356 ID: d63ea8
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978356

The lock is here, same place as I always put it.
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No. 978357 ID: d63ea8
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978357

Taking the turn to the entryway, I am greeted with the sickly sweet smell of rotting meat and wood.

If I wasn’t so used to the smell of burnt hair, it might have upset me.

No.

What does catch my eye is the discolouration with the wood of the door.
Like it’s been decaying for nearly a decade.
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No. 978358 ID: d63ea8
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978358

Grabbing my phone I quickly scroll past the wall of morse and start typing.
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No. 978359 ID: d63ea8
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978359

As unspecified as always.
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No. 978360 ID: d63ea8
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978360

>When he says 'secure it with' I believe that means places to anchor the thread/twine to, so something like tape or, probably better, eye hook screws. (though 5 of them would be the wrong number to use).
I have plenty of electrical tape on me.
There are some tumbtacs in the kitchen, but it might be better to avoid those.

At least the lock was a good call.

>Head back to the T.V.
>Ask more questions?
>Look for something else to use?

>Attempt something else entirely?

>Please Continue.
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No. 978362 ID: e51896

thats good, the Phone is charging up pretty fast... unnaturally fast... WAY TOO FAST! quick! remove phone from charger or it might overcharge and catch fire or something!
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No. 978364 ID: 87a01c

>>978360
If you have gloves the tacks should be usable when combined with deliberately selecting one tack at a time. (no blind reaching) Ask Errant Signal if we can start with tape and upgrade to tacks. As that would likely be best.
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No. 978365 ID: 87a01c

>>978362
no no no, signal just charged it, even told us they were done.
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No. 978373 ID: b1b4f3

>>978358
((translation:
THE "ONE ABOVE" WAS HIRED.
THE "DRAWER" IS WITH THE URC.
MY WEAKNESS IS THEIR OPPORTUNITY.
THE POWER IS STOPPING MY DESIRE TO CONSUME THIS MORTAL.
NOTHING MORE.))

>>978360
Power bill? Oh dear. Well, hopefully your living arrangement with ES can help pay for it.
How about you use nails(if you have any), but hold them with pliers while hammering them? No risk of bruise. That or very careful use of thumbtacks.
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No. 978376 ID: 894419

Do you have gloves anywhere? Even wool ones? Put them on, it'll help protect you from unexpected hand injuries.
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No. 978388 ID: ce39da

Just start with tape - no need to risk it until we're clear of the "injury means death" zone. Ask errant if it's safe to move the mirror out of your room first, and if that will make it sufficiently "safe" to use as our sealed room. (Like, is any reflective surface dangerous? It'd suck if we'd have to forgo the tv and phone.) If he gives you the go-ahead, move it into the bathroom and face it towards the vanity mirror - probably won't work, but even confusing our intruder for a moment if and when it comes in could be vital.
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No. 978492 ID: d63ea8
File 160264942362.jpg - (247.36KB , 800x1067 , Could it be Moved.jpg )
978492

>Ask Errant if it's safe to move the mirror out of your room first, and if that will make it sufficiently "safe" to use as our sealed room.
I needed to keep that mirror in my periferie when I was in my room, like turning away would’ve made it much worse.

I could probably throw both the bed sheet and fitted sheet on the mirror before moving it.
Or even the extra blankets from the bedroom closet.
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No. 978493 ID: d63ea8
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978493

>(Like, is any reflective surface dangerous? It'd suck if we'd have to forgo the tv and phone.)
I shiver runs down my spine.



Alright. At least the phone and tv should be good.

>If he gives you the go-ahead, move it into the bathroom and face it towards the vanity mirror - probably won't work, but even confusing our intruder for a moment if and when it comes in could be vital.
Heh. It’s a funny thought, but I think might count as reflections within reflections.

It’s a really good thing I asked.
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No. 978494 ID: d63ea8
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978494

>That's good, the Phone is charging up pretty fast... unnaturally fast... WAY TOO FAST! quick! remove phone from charger or it might overcharge and catch fire or something!
I carefully disconnect the charger, just in case.

>No no no, signal just charged it, even told us they were done.
At least the charge seems to be sitting steady at 96%.
And unlike before, the phone isn’t buzzing or overheating in my hand.

>Ask Errant Signal if we can start with tape and upgrade to tacks. As that would likely be best.
Yeah. Set up everything with the tape first, and then try to use the thumbtacks.

???: “Come now, there’s no need to be difficult.”

The woman’s voice-
I glance over to the door but stay quiet.
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No. 978495 ID: d63ea8
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978495

>Do you have gloves anywhere? Even wool ones? Put them on, it'll help protect you from unexpected hand injuries.
>If you have gloves the tacks should be usable when combined with deliberately selecting one tack at a time. (no blind reaching)
I pull out my work gloves and slip them on like a second skin.

These should help, especially if I’m going to be moving that damn mirror.

>Power bill? Oh dear. Well, hopefully your living arrangement with ES can help pay for it.
I…
Try not to think about that for now.

???: “You shouldn’t be having to do this you know?”

???: “You're just a pawn to him.”

???: “He will sacrifice you if it means that he’ll survive.”
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No. 978496 ID: d63ea8
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978496

>How about you use nails(if you have any), but hold them with pliers while hammering them? No risk of bruises. That or very careful use of thumbtacks.
I don’t think I have nails anywhere, over even a hammer.
It was usually my dad that tinkered with that stuff.

But I do have a couple of plier-

???: “Child…”
“...ild…”


I think I’m starting to hear it from the bathroom…
or bedroom.

???: “You shouldn’t be here, fighting.”
“...ighting...”


???: “This is his battle, not yours.”
“...urs…”

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No. 978497 ID: d63ea8
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978497

>Just start with tape - no need to risk it until we're clear of the "injury means death" zone.
I grab the box from the cupboard, just in case.
But it might be better to not even use them-

???: “Just hand Him over…”
“...Him…”
“...him…”

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No. 978498 ID: d63ea8
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978498

???: “And you will be left alone.”
“...lone…”


???: “Free to live a quiet life.”
“...ife…”






>Search for something else?
>Check your T.V.?
>Check your phone?
>Remove the standing mirror?

>Insult her?
>Hand him over?

>Something else?
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No. 978500 ID: b1b4f3

Move the big mirror into the hall. Face it towards a wall or the floor.
Or... it would be really nice if you could detach the bathroom mirror and put it in your bedroom instead (facing away from the bigger mirror; don't forget to make sure it's not pointing towards it when you're carrying it in too) so you could take the TV out into the hall and thus have access to both bathroom and food supplies. Two sealing designations are probably manageable. Can you remove the bathroom mirror?
There must be some long term solution; the URC could just send human enforcers to your apartment and they'll be much harder to keep out, ironically.
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No. 978536 ID: 87a01c

Why face the wall? Lets have gravity help us. Have it face the floor. Do we have paint? If so, ask Errant about painting the mirror.
Also turn off the bathroom light. Light is what enables reflections, might be giving it power. Also lets drag it by the stand from the bedroom to the bathroom then remove the stand if possible so it can lay flat. ((>>/questdis/133980 for map))
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No. 978556 ID: 094652

>Give me the VIP and I'll send you somewhere that isn't a police state
Don't listen. Even if she wasn't lying out of her ass, notice how she doesn't explain how this will benefit others or how her agenda might align with yours. Once she has him, she might destroy the entire world, or worse, give immortality to whichever dictator is running the show.

Start by taping the edges. Use .25 inches of thickness for each small mirror, and if you have any tape left over, use it on your appliances and base reflectives. If you have any glass containers, twine the cupboards containing them, but come back if you find more tape. Try to craft some tape yourself - do you have anything sticky? Mix it over plastics and papers and stick it on the mirrors directly. That should buy you some favor with any attack dogs on the other sides. Sorry about the spoiled mess but you want to see tomorrow.

Your phone is a reflective surface, so get some quicksilver and turn your gloves into touchscreen handlers. It will take longer to chat, but if the enemy overloads your comms to explode into an eldritch mess, you'll have armor equipped.
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No. 978620 ID: ce39da

She said, "a quiet life," not a happy one. Even if you'll be left alone after this, your status quo here is hell. Maybe you ARE helping him for your own sake, and you don't mean whatever benefits he could bring when you think that.

Move the mirror; that'll be now or never, I think. Throw sheets onto it first, and throw a long-sleeved layer onto yourself if you don't have them already. Oh, and remove any clocks you might have from this room while you're at it.

After that, get down to business. Tacks are stronger, but we can go faster with tape, and time literally isn't on our side here. Don't forget to ask where the best spot to put the lock is.
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No. 978765 ID: 87a01c

>>978620
I might argue for keeping clocks as a sort of possible anchor.
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No. 978811 ID: d63ea8
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978811

>Don't listen. Even if she wasn't lying out of her ass, notice how she doesn't explain how this will benefit others or how her agenda might align with yours. Once she has him, she might destroy the entire world, or worse, give immortality to whichever dictator is running the show.
Fuck her. I’m not going to give her or the URC an inch.

>Your phone is a reflective surface, so get some quicksilver and turn your gloves into touchscreen handlers. It will take longer to chat, but if the enemy overloads your comms to explode into an eldritch mess, you'll have armor equipped.
I don’t have any mercury.

I’ll have to rely on Errant for a warning.

>Do we have paint? If so, ask Errant about painting the mirror.
I pull out my phone and tug off one of the gloves.

Dad did help me repaint the walls so they weren’t that suffocating blue from the hallway.
I think he took all the paint cans with him, but I’m not sure.

Hopefully Errant can fi-

*Clunk*
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No. 978812 ID: d63ea8
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978812

I look down and see a half-empty paint can.
The lid is missing, but this is definitely a win.

There might be enough inside to cover the standing mirror.
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No. 978813 ID: d63ea8
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978813

>Try to craft some tape yourself - do you have anything sticky? Mix it over plastics and papers and stick it on the mirrors directly.
Ald. I don’t think I really keep much paper at all.
The URC have been pushing a ‘paperless campaign’ in order to ‘save costs and protect the environment.’
But I do still have some high strength glue.
I grab it from the cupboard and put it into my toolbox.

???: “Well?”
“...ell…”


>She said, "a quiet life," not a happy one. Even if you'll be left alone after this, your status quo here is hell. Maybe you ARE helping him for your own sake, and you don't mean whatever benefits he could bring when you think that.
Fuck her.
I’m going to climb out of this pit. Even if it is just to spit in the eye of Maxine, I will make it through this.
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No. 978814 ID: d63ea8
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978814

>If you have any glass containers, twine the cupboards containing them, but come back if you find more tape.
Shit.
I should’ve thought of that before.

Quickly rushing Carefully moving around to all of the cupboard doors I tie their handles together.

It isn’t the most secure job, but I still have plenty of twine remaining.
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No. 978815 ID: d63ea8
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978815

Making my way back to the hall, I pick up the paint can and glance back at the door.
I can hear faint but determined scratches from it, and there are already some edges being gouged through.

The septic smell is getting stronger, and the door is becoming…
Wet?
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No. 978816 ID: d63ea8
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978816

>Or... it would be really nice if you could detach the bathroom mirror and put it in your bedroom instead (facing away from the bigger mirror; don't forget to make sure it's not pointing towards it when you're carrying it in too) so you could take the TV out into the hall and thus have access to both bathroom and food supplies. Two sealing designations are probably manageable. Can you remove the bathroom mirror?
The hinges are attached inside the medicine cabinet, and I do have my screwdriver.
Or I could try to tear it down from the wall.

Continuing down the hall, I peer back into the bathroom.
The reflection-
Isn’t.

>Also turn off the bathroom light. Light is what enables reflections, might be giving it power.
Turning off the light sharpens the image.
The re-

The mirror holds the image of a starlit ocean, stormy and rough with waves.

Emitting its own light.
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No. 978817 ID: d63ea8
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978817

Closing the door to the bathroom I power walk back into my room.
I notice again that the light of the T.V. actively dims as I head in.
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No. 978818 ID: d63ea8
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978818

The smell is even worse here.

Like rancid meat and… puke.
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No. 978819 ID: d63ea8
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978819

>Move the mirror; that'll be now or never, I think. Throw sheets onto it first, and throw a long-sleeved layer onto yourself if you don't have them already.
I throw the fitted sheet overtop, and that helps with the smell quite a bit.
Luckily I’m wearing a long-sleeve shirt.

Ald, it’s starting to leak into the rug.

???: “You are testing my patience.”
“...ast warning…”


It’s not even pretending now.
The voice definitely came from the mirror and the hall.
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No. 978820 ID: d63ea8
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978820

>Start by taping the edges. Use .25 inches of thickness for each small mirror, and if you have any tape left over, use it on your appliances and base reflectives.
I quickly tape up some makeshift handholds on the mirror, I have plenty left.
Already there is an acrid stench.

>That should buy you some favor with any attack dogs on the other sides. Sorry about the spoiled mess but you want to see tomorrow.
Fuck Her.
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No. 978821 ID: d63ea8
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978821

>Oh, and remove any clocks you might have from this room while you're at it.
I look over to my nightstand.

Someone-
Errant looks to have covered it with a spare t-shirt.
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No. 978822 ID: d63ea8
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978822

>I might argue for keeping clocks as a sort of possible anchor.
My hand hesitates as I reach for the power cord.
Maybe it would be better to keep around.
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No. 978823 ID: d63ea8
File 160299616157.jpg - (129.95KB , 800x1067 , Moving the Most Dangerous Door.jpg )
978823

>Also lets drag it by the stand from the bedroom to the bathroom then remove the stand if possible so it can lay flat.
Setting down the paint can and my toolbox, I carefully start pulling the mirror out into the hall.
It’s much heavier than I remember and I can already tell the bedsheet has a lot more ‘give’ than it should.

>Move the big mirror into the hall. Face it towards a wall or the floor.
>Why face the wall? Let’s have gravity help us. Have it face the floor.
The smell is already starting to come back, maybe I should leave in the hall, rather than the bathroom, but then I won’t have access to the kitch-
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No. 978824 ID: d63ea8
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978824

*SMASH*
That was the front door.

???: “You are OUT of time!”
“...ime…”
“...ime…


>There must be some long term solution; the URC could just send human enforcers to your apartment and they'll be much harder to keep out, ironically.
Maybe they already have.

>After that, get down to business. Tacks are stronger, but we can go faster with tape, and time literally isn't on our side here. Don't forget to ask where the best spot to put the lock is.
I need to act while I still can-

>Move mirror to bathroom?
>Ditch the mirror in the hallway?
>Head back to the T.V. right now?

>Splatter something with paint?
>Insult her?

>Mace the intruder?

>Something else?
>(Time is now limited.)

>Please Continue.
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No. 978826 ID: b1b4f3

>>978824
Well you definitely won't have access to the kitchen now, since the front door is breached and you can no longer ward it. Ditch the mirror in the hall.
Splash paint on the mirror if the... "tinted" speech came from it. If that's the case then the enemy can enter most easily through there, so if the paint ruins the entry point then you're buying more time to ward the door.

Then get into your bedroom and close the bedroom door, begin warding it with Errant's instructions.
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No. 978831 ID: 87a01c

Unfortunately the hall is lost, with the mirror gone from the bedroom and as the closest secure room, it is time to ward the bedroom door from the inside. Add glue to the tape when you apply it. Spill the paint on the mirror before you leave for good measure though.
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No. 978866 ID: ce39da

Ditch the mirror in the hall. You remembered to swipe your charger, correct? Use the bedroom as your space - if food becomes an issue later, I'm sure Errant can figure something out. Just look at the TV for instructions - he knows what resources you've collected at this point (the twine, the tape, the paint, the glue, the cloth from your clothing, the lock), so he should have the best knowledge of how to apply each. Unplug the clock after you're done.
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No. 979115 ID: b1b4f3

>>979108
The TV is in the bedroom.
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