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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Sat Sep 22, 2018 5:12 pm

The helicopter settled on the ground, and Carter blew a sigh of relief. Flying always made her anxious- especially when there was a hurricane alert in the area. Carter thanked the pilot and then stepped out onto hard, dry ground. She surveyed her surroundings. The helipad was encroached by forest. Lush, exotic vegetation- high-towering trees and leaves the size of her- decorated the area.
But as far as she could tell, there was no welcoming committee. This was unusual. Normally, someone would be here to pick her up. But she was alone here- just her and the pilot. Maybe they’re running late, Carter thought. That was probably it. But she couldn’t help but feel a little nervous.



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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Sat Sep 22, 2018 6:29 pm

Suddenly Carter was thrown off her feet by a large blast. She struck the ground hard and felt blood running down her face. She tried to get up, but then collapsed due to the pain. She groaned weakly.

The helicopter was destroyed. The pilot dead. Somebody had rigged the helipad with explosive charges and Carter was lucky to have survived. She was not uninjured, but she was at least alive.

Carter laid on the ground, trying to focus on her breathing. She could have been killed.

In the distance, she heard a loud roar from some animal she didn't recognize. Carter hoped that it wasn't a predator and that she would last until somebody found her. Hopefully not the people who must have set the charges. She wondered how long she would be alone until somebody or something came for her...
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Sat Sep 22, 2018 9:19 pm

Levine watched Dr. Caldwell try to remove the bullet from Arnold's stomach. After drawing a lot of blood, and more than a handful of agonized moans from Arnold, Caldwell angrily slammed his tweezers down and proclaimed, "I can't to do this. I was never meant to do this. I need Carter. Where in the world is she?"
"Who is Carter?" Levine asked.
"The doctor I asked to come up here," Caldwell explained. "She was supposed to be here-" He froze mid-sentence. "I completely forgot to send someone down to pick her up. She could have been waiting for hours. I'm such an idiot."
"No you're not," Harding told him. "You're overwhelmed, that's the problem. Don't worry; I'll drive down there and check if she's there."
"Thank you," Caldwell said. "Take someone with you. Reynolds, maybe."
Harding nodded. He turned and found Atlanta and Jess. "There's someone I have to go get. A doctor. You two stay here, OK?"
"OK," Atlanta said. "Are you bringing anyone with you?"
"I will," Harding said.

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Sat Sep 22, 2018 9:39 pm

The male T-Rex was still in the area, exploring the InGen facilities. Luckily, a distraction was going to be created to allow Harding to slip away unnoticed.

Harding used a different exit with Reynolds while a brave worker got the Rex's attention with a flare gun. The Rex was more interested in the flares than the worker, at least for the moment. While this happened Harding quickly got in a jeep and drove away, Reynolds in the passenger seat. Reynolds looked back and saw that the Rex didn't seem to hear them. He sighed in relief. The worker who had volunteered also made it indoors safely.

"What will we do about the Rex when we come back?" Reynolds asked Harding.

"I have a radio," Harding explained. "We'll simply contact Ruso again and she'll set up another diversion."

Reynolds nodded. This whole thing was risky, but would pay off if they got Carter back. People were dying and their lives were on the line.

Then an awful scent caught Reynolds' attention. "What is t-"

"The Rex marked his territory on the jeep," Harding quickly answered. "Time was not a luxury we had, so I just picked the nearest jeep. We'll just have to deal with the smell."

"Lovely," Reynolds grimaced as they drove down the road toward the helipad.
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Sun Sep 23, 2018 11:02 am

Carter picked through the remains of the helicopter to see if there was anything she could salvage. A first aid kit, a flashlight, even a radio. She managed to recover the pilot's weapon, but aside from that, nothing. It was better than nothing, she thought as she checked the gun. It seemed to be in working order. Of course there was only one wait to test. But firing a weapon on this island was sure to attract unwanted attention. Or, possibly, some help.
Making up her mind, Carter switched off the safety and fired the gun into the ocean. It produced an ear-splitting bang that made her ears ache. She waited and listened, to see if anyone would come. Paranoid, she decided to climb and hide in a tree in case something dangerous came.

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Sun Sep 23, 2018 11:23 am

Harding saw smoke in the distance and heard a loud gunshot. He feared the worse and he drove faster. praying that they weren't too late. His heart sank when he saw the remains of a helicopter up ahead. "What happened?" Harding asked.

"I'm guessing the saboteurs prepared for any unwelcome visitors to the island," Reynolds hypothesized. "Which is bad news for us."

Harding was frustrated that they had come here for apparently nothing, but then he heard branches snapping and he turned to see a woman climbing down a tree. Her clothes were dirty and she was bleeding in several places.

"Dr. Carter?" Harding asked.

"Yes," the woman answered, nodding. "Can you tell me what the hell is going on here?"

"On the drive back," Harding replied. "We can't waste any time out here. It's too dangerous."

Carter got in the jeep and they started driving back to the facilities, Harding explaining how dire the situation was and what Carter had gotten herself involved in.
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:35 pm

In the control room, Ruso examined the monitor. "That Hurricane's going to hit in a matter of hours," She said. She turned to Wu. "We should evacuate everyone to the storm bunker. It's not safe enough here."
"But what about the dinosaurs?" Wu argued.
"The dinosaurs are the least of our worries now. This Hurricane's going to be a bad one. It's going to blow us clean off the map if we don't get to that bunker."
"What's your plan?" Wu folded his arms over his chest.
"I don't know yet," Ruso said.

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:12 pm

Meanwhile, off the coast of Isla Nublar...

Thompson, Captain of the cargo vessel S.S. Venture, realized that they weren't going to make it to the mainland before Hurricane Clarissa hit them.

He didn't like the look of this. The winds were picking up, the skies were darkening, and seabirds were flying away in a frightened attempt to flee the storm. The hurricane was going to be a big one and it was almost on them.

One of the crew ran up to Captain Thompson, his face stricken with panic. "We're going to get caught out here by the hurricane! What can we do?"

"Prepare for the worst," Thompson replied. "Secure what we can and brace ourselves for God's wrath. And most importantly, pray for His protection."

This wasn't the answer the other man had been hoping for, but it was the best comfort Thompson could offer him. The man ran off and Thompson closed his eyes, saying a silent prayer.

Any moment now they would be at the hurricane's mercy. Though Thompson didn't consider himself a religious man, asking to be spared from this act of God seemed like the only thing he could do for himself and his men. He hoped that was enough.
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:20 pm

The announcement came on the loudspeaker. “Attention everyone, this is Lori Ruso. I have news. A hurricane is about to hit the island. We must evacuate to the storm bunker at once. Wait there until I arrive.”
Trey, who had listened quietly to the announcement, reached out and grabbed Dr. Caldwell’s arm. “What are we going to do?” He asked, panicked. “What about Arnold and me? We can’t walk.”
“We’ll figure something out,” Caldwell assured him, but on the inside he was panicking as he tried to think of a way to get all the injured to the bunker in time. “Wait til Ruso gets here. She’ll have a plan. In the meantime, let’s get ready to move.”

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:31 pm

There was also still the rex to deal with. Somebody had to lure him away so InGen personnel could evacuate to the bunker. One man immediately volunteered. Noah.

Bravely heading out to face the dinosaur, Noah climbed into a jeep and loudly honked on the horn. "Hey, you! Hey, stupid!"

This caught the rex's attention. He looked at Noah and roared ferociously. If Noah had any second thoughts, he didn't show them. His expression was one of determination.

The rex lunged forward and charged Noah. The man hit the jeep's gas and started driving away from the facilities. The rex pursued without hesitation, roaring loudly. Within moments, both Noah and the rex were gone. Roars could be heard in the distance.

Thanks to Noah, they had an opening to evacuate now. And they weren't about to waste it.
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Tue Sep 25, 2018 3:04 pm

Harding could heard the tyrant's footsteps growing softer as they faded into the distance. It appeared as though the beast had found something else to occupy it.
"That hurricane is coming in," Carter, who was sitting in the passenger seat, noted. Harding nodded in agreement. The sky was dark gray with clouds churning in expectance of a great storm. "I sure hope Ruso has a plan to get everyone to the bunker, 'cause we're gonna need one."
The first of the buildings became visible through the jungle. The Jeep skidded around the corner and stopped in front of the infirmary. Harding and the other two passengers clambered out and stood in the soft mud.
"I think the coast is clear," Reynolds announced, his hand resting lightly on his gun.
The three of them crossed the road. Harding opened the door and ushered his companions through. They were greeted by Wu and Ruso.
"You made it back," Wu said, clearly relieved.
Carter looked at the sick and injured people lying in the cots. "Looks like you had a rough night," she said.
"You don't know the half of it," Ruso said. "We're just about to evacuate to the bunker. We need people to escort us and keep us safe. Would you be able to help, Gerry?"
"I'll do my best," Harding promised.

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Tue Sep 25, 2018 4:35 pm

Harding spotted his daughters on the other side of the infirmary, sitting back against the wall. He went over to them. "Hey."

"How'd it go?" Jess asked.

"We got Dr. Carter, you remember her, back safely. But her helicopter was destroyed. And right now we're getting ready to move to the storm bunker. Ready to go?"

The girls nodded and stood up. "There are still Troodon in these walls," Atlanta pointed out. "And we'd prefer not to be in the same building as them."

Since they were children, Atlanta and Jess were meant to be the first evacuated to the bunker for their safety.

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Howard King heard a nearby roar. "Was that the T-Rex?" he asked Caleb, worried.

"It could be a T-Rex, since there are six on Sorna," Caleb answered.

King's face went white with fear. "Six?"

"Don't worry," Caleb reassured. "We're perfectly sa-"

Their jeep turned a corner and Caleb saw another jeep heading right toward them. And behind that jeep was a pursuing T-Rex.

The screams began.
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Yesterday at 7:19 pm

The Rex was in hot pursuit of Noah's jeep. Noah stomped on the gas so the jeep leapt forward like some kind of growling animal. He looked in the rear-view mirror and saw the Rex falling behind. He cheered.
Then he felt a great shuddering impact as his body was flung through the windshield and came to rest on a bed of wet leaves. Weakly he lifted his head and saw what had happened. He had hit a rock. He dropped his head and fell unconscious.

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Yesterday at 7:41 pm

Wu went looking for Atherton. Nobody had seen him recently, but Wu had to find him and make sure his mentor got to the storm bunker in time.

Wu knocked on the door to Atherton's office. No answer, but Wu still felt like he shook check. The door was unlocked, so Wu walked in. It looked empty at first, but then Wu heard a cough. Behind his desk, Atherton was lying on the floor with a framed photograph from many years ago. Atherton, Hammond, and Lockwood with the "dwarf element" responsible for starting InGen.

"Norman?" Wu asked, concerned.

"It's all gone to hell, hasn't it?" Atherton asked with a sigh. "Everything was different back then. The possibilities of what we could do with this technology was so exciting. We were going to share it with the world. Give them wonders. But all it's brought was broken friendships and death." He coughed again. "I thought nothing like the Incident could happen here. I thought we could start over with Site B. See our dream brought to life before..."

"Before what?"

"I have cancer, Henry," Atherton admitted. "I won't be around much longer. I had hoped to see the project I began with John and Benjamin completed before I left the world. But I realize now that was never going to happen. Not even in your capable hands. It was damned from the start."

Wu was silent for a moment, stunned by the reveal that Atherton was dying. Finally, he spoke. "There's a storm coming. We have to evacuate to the bunker."

"We were fools," Atherton said to himself. "Playing God. How many are dead because of us? And Benjamin wanted to take it even farther..."

This got Wu's attention. He knew very little about what had driven Lockwood away. "What did he want to do, Norman?"

"After starting InGen, Hammond proposed Jurassic Park," Atherton explained. "But Lockwood had different ideas. He wanted to go down a path we couldn't follow. Maybe I should have tried harder to deescalate things. But Hammond never made amends with Lockwood before his death." He sighed.

Wu heard people run by as the office as they evacuated the building. "We need to leave, Norman. It isn't safe here."

Atherton finally allowed himself to be taken out of his office. Wu helped him, hoping that everyone would be able to reach safety in time before the hurricane struck...
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Yesterday at 7:47 pm

Lori stared at the screen in horror. She'd seen Noah crash, and now watched helplessly as the T.Rex made its way slowly toward the battered jeep. It sniffed cautiously at the jeep, then moved further down the road to Noah. Lori clapped a hand over her mouth as the tyrant bent down and picked Noah up in its jaws. Lori looked away, unable to watch the inevitable.
When she looked back, there was no Noah, and no T.Rex.
Lori collapsed into a chair and sobbed. What a mess. What a terrible mess.
Then she heard a voice behind her. "Mrs. Ruso?" Lori turned and saw Abby standing there.
"Yes?" Lori asked, wiping away the tears.
"You better come down to the bunker," Abby told her.
"Right," Lori said, standing up. "Right, I'm coming."

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Yesterday at 8:03 pm

Ludlow and Gustavus ran through the jungle, hearing gunshots going off behind them. The two men had managed to steal a smaller boat and escape back to the island, but their absence was quickly noticed. Men and women were sent after Ludlow and Gustavus to stop them. Capture them alive, if possible. Kill them, if necessary.

Ludlow was never much of an athletic person and he found himself quickly running out of breath. The people behind them were gaining, but Ludlow wasn't sure how long he could keep this up.

"Come on!" Gustavus said to Ludlow, pulling him forward.

A bullet sailed forward and struck Ludlow in the shoulder. He cried out in pain from the shot and stumbled.

To make things worse, it seemed like the weather was taking a nasty turn as well. Anyone outside would need to find shelter before it was too late.

Ludlow saw that their chances didn't look good. But this was better than giving Sorkin and Dodgson the satisfaction of being their prisoner. He tried his best to keep up with Gustavus, praying for a miracle. Hoping that luck would be on their side.
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Yesterday at 10:21 pm

Then, Ludlow and Gustavus heard pained screams coming from behind them. Gustavus stopped and looked back. He saw shapes in the dark, dinosaurs. They were attacking the men.
Gustavus turned to the exhausted Ludlow, and the pair shared a frightened, panicked look.
"Come on," Gustavus said. "There's a maintenance shed not too far from here."
The two men carried on through the jungle, leaving the sounds of screams and gunfire behind them.

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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Yesterday at 10:35 pm

Eventually, the screams of the dying were silenced. The commotion made by the armed men had gotten the attention of Gustavus' raptor pack. The raptors ambushed these loud humans, quickly and effectively taking them out. The last time they attempted to attack a group of humans had not gone too well for them, but the raptors had learned from their mistakes. The raptors could smell two other humans nearby, but did not care for them. There was more than enough meat from these new kills. Besides, the raptors had to eat fast. The winds had changed and every creature on the island knew that something terrible was coming to the island. The raptors would soon have to find sanctuary. They had no idea that they saved their creator by killing these men.

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Caleb parked the Jeep and got out. King was still shaking after the close encounter with the Rex.

"Hey, you ready to do this?" Caleb asked.

King seemed unsure, but he nodded. "Yeah, I am."

Caleb gripped his gun tightly. "Good." He turned to the other men with him. "Let's go finish InGen off. We take the staff out and Site B will be ours."
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PostSubject: Re: The Jurassic Park Interactive Storytelling Game   Today at 12:15 am

After walking for about ten minutes, Gustavus and Ludlow saw the roof of the maintenance shed poking out above the trees.
Gustavus sighed with relief.
Ludlow peered into the darkness around the shed.
"What if there's something lurking around?" he asked.
Gustavus reached into his pocket and pulled out a pistol. Ludlow regarded him with wide eyes.
"Stole it from one of the guys on the boat," Gustavus explained.
The gun looked natural in his hand, like it was a part of him. Gustavus shivered with unease. I'm not a killer, he thought, remembering how he had accidently shot that guard.
Gustavus and Ludlow crept closer to the shed. The coast looked clear. Gustavus broke into a run and closed the distance to the shed, Ludlow limping as fast as he could behind him. Gustavus threw open the door and held it open for Ludlow, who slammed it shut. The two men sank against the wall, coughing and wheezing with a mixture of terror and adrenaline.
It was pitch black in the shed. Not a single ray of light.
"You got a torch?" Gustavus asked.
"No," Ludlow told him, still panting.
"Maybe there's one in here somewhere." Gustavus stood up and began rummaging around, stumbling around like a blind man. After a moment, Ludlow joined him.

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