#86. Investigate.

11th Dec 2018, 5:52 PM

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Mochi on 11th Dec 2018, 5:52 PM

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You suggest that the three of you should head in and check for vitals. Taiki is the first to reach the person in the chair. It appears to be a human male, and one you don't really recognize. His front is heavily stained with blood from a wound in his stomach, and there are tracks and smudges all over the room.

Taiki checks for a pulse, and shakes his head. "He's gone," he says, stepping away.

You ask him if he knows who it is.

"He looks... kind of familiar," he replies, "but I can't put a name to the face."

You ask Trin, too.

They shake their head. "No," they say, "I am not recognizing him."

You sigh, and take a look around. Following the trail and giving it some thought, it looks like whoever this man is, he managed to get into the room and make his way to the desk. The pool of blood under it and the bloody hand and finger prints on the desk, mouse, and keyboard seem to indicate that he stood here for a bit before he made it to the chair and sat down, where you assume he succumbed to his wound.

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1977 on 11th Dec 2018, 7:56 PM

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Check the computer.
It seems like he maybe wrote a few last lines before death.
Could also be something else, a last command or whatever he thought important in the last moments of his life.
Looking for his Tim could help too.

Chaostraveler on 11th Dec 2018, 10:44 PM

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Send out a brief mental prayer and then take a look at the computer, there seems to be a video on the screen. Maybe have someone check his pockets/for his TIM for identification and maybe some clue as to why they were here.

Frission on 12th Dec 2018, 3:27 PM

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That's just bizzare, what could be so important he'd sit at a computer instead of dressing his injuries?

Tetra Wolf on 12th Dec 2018, 4:27 PM

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Damnit. I hoped he was still alive. Oh well, check the computer and his pockets. If he wrote down anything he wanted done, we should do it for him, provided it won't kill us.