Tue Sep 15, 2020 11:22 am
((Just going to assume at this point that nobody else is going to post))
Saoirse sets up the spiderbot to accept new users, and most inmates speak: Caleb, Vynkor, Sukava, Brom, Buck, and of course Saoirse herself as well. Yuuji remains conspicuously silent and thus cannot command little Lucas to do his bidding. After pressing the button again to confirm users, Saoirse orders the spiderbot to follow along
The REKT inmates decide that, before following their lead to the SCAMPS Core, they ought to take a look at the computer lab first, to see if they can hack into any of the cameras for the SCAMPS Core to check for an ambush. This is probably a pretty wise idea, especially when facing an unknown threat.
The computer core turns out to be just down the hall. A couple of the REKT inmates have been here before. It's really just a room full of terminals that hook up directly to the Nemesis's central computer system. Caleb and Brom spread out and search for enemies - or any clues as to what might have happened. They find nothing - no enemies, and no trace of any of the Nemesis crew members.
After the soldier + assassin are sure the coast is clear, the rest of the gang follows. None of the terminals are locked, and even with the Nemesis being in as bad of shape as it is, many of them are quite functional. Saoirse and Buck move over to one of the nearest functional ones and open up a new session, with Buck intending to look into the ship's security systems, to see if he can find some working cameras in the SCAMPS core. The security systems (especially for places like the SCAMPS Core, which is normally off-limits) is behind a clearance wall which Buck doesn't have the clearance for... so naturally, he does the logical thing and tries to hack it.
((Buck's roll was a nat 1.))
After five minutes of intense hacking, Buck shrugs and steps away from the console. He just can't get into the ship's security systems - they're too well-protected. On the plus side, that means that no one else is watching them wander around the ship... hopefully, at least.
Saoirse, on the other hand, is mostly looking for camera data for places that aren't secured behind security clearance levels - specifically data from the ship's external cameras. These aren't hard to access and, while a bit finicky to control at times (some of them seem to have busted or damaged motors, for instance), they paint a nice picture of the outside of the ship. The Nemesis looks almost abandoned at the docks - no one is going in or out. There's not anyone in the process of boarding or de-boarding at the moment. Over to the Nemesis's left, on the port side of the ship, the Hy'sak Viscari sits abuzz with activity - cleaning crews, maintenance drones, and other things tidying up and prepping the ship for... well, whatever it needs to be prepped for. Saoirse is no expert there, and the ship looks capable enough already.