Intermission – Hideout Tour

That Preston. Always leaving the computer open when he goes on patrol. What does he have here? It seems to be a draft of sorts for SimBook.

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Hey, SimBook friends and followers! Preston the Chickenslayer here! Taking a short hiatus from uploading chicken chasing videos for now. It’s gotten boring around here ever since the new recruit came along, so I decided to give you all a little tour of our hideout.

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This is what our hideout looks like! It used to be an industrial plant that produced travel-sized bars of soap until the Doc bought it and converted it into our base of operations. It doesn’t look like much, but it’s home.

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This is what we call the “big room.” Park and the other recruits sleep here when they get the chance. The Doc only operates at night, after all. Me? I never sleep! Ghost knights like me are the perfect sentries even after death!

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This is the Doc’s bedroom, but he never sleeps in it. He just likes to lie down on the bed and think about stuff. This room contains his favorite stolen artworks, some antiques, and a mirror. I asked the Doc about that before, and he told me that having the mirror reminds him every day of what he is. Pretty deep, huh? LOL!

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This is our lovely kitchenette where the Doc’s supply of plasma fruit is located as well as the place where we all eat and drink. The Doc makes sure we’re all well-fed before we go out on operations. It was probably because I complained so much about being hungry during an operation before.

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Just next to our gourmet kitchenette is the interview area! It’s also the place where we torture people who stand in the Doc’s way. The garden hose there is for cleaning up the mess that happens after an interview. We didn’t clean torture chambers back in the Middle Ages, but I guess people nowadays want to keep things neat.

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This is another stash of stolen artwork. To be honest, I don’t really get why we steal these things. It’s just a bunch of drawings on canvas, right? I could probably draw a picture of a chicken and call it art. Maybe the Doc might even love it!

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Here’s another shot of the big room! And you can see the Doc’s chemistry station as well as our little operations planning table. Many of our windows are covered with tarps and thick posters, especially those of DJ Toksik, who is a celebrity in Windenburg. One of our informants in Windenburg gave those posters as a gift.

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Finally, we arrive at the Doc’s inner sanctum! This is where he really sleeps, and those tanks over there are full of plasma juice. I don’t get why vampires like sleeping in those cramped coffins. Don’t they get claustrophobic? Those writings on the wall are protective runes that he uses to ward off anyone from the Guild, but I think I’ve said too much.

Hope you enjoyed the tour! For all you new to this page, you can like my accounts on SimBook, Freeter, Saidit, and the most unreliable search engine on the net, Muddle. And don’t forget to click “Subscribe!”

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Thankfully, this post has not been published yet. I detest social media when it is used for this purpose. I shall give that moronic manifestation of gas a lesson about keeping things secret.

System message: Are you sure you want to delete your draft?

Hell yes.

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4 Responses to Intermission – Hideout Tour

  1. Virtualee says:

    You are so creative it’s mind boggling!! I so love Presto..err Preston lol

    Liked by 3 people

  2. theplumbob says:

    The place looks amazing! Also, the ending of this is brilliant!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Meggs says:

    Probably for the best that Preston didn’t get to post this. Yikes.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. ninjapigsims says:

    Loved the tour – all the little details really make the hideout look realistic! I’m glad Domingo’s secrets aren’t published all over the World Wide Web though. xD

    Liked by 3 people

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