Myra Falls Facility

The Myra Falls Facility was designed to be used as Task Force Yáahl’s Main Operations Base (MOB).

Myra Falls Facility (click for larger picture)

Ramp & Debris Clearing Room

This is the ramp up to the surface, it is a total of 1000m long with a Debris Clearing Room located 500m from the outer set of reinforced blast doors to the Facility. The Debris Clearing Room houses a small equipment cache which contains: 4ea shovels, 4ea pickaxes, 2ea pry bars (2 metres long), 2 ea wheelbarrows, 1 ea ratchet and pawl winch (2 ton cap.), 5ea 50m wire rope rolls, and a fusion powered Bobcat T-300 Bulldozer.

Cryogenic Chamber

There are 8 Cryotubes in this Chamber as well as 8 equipment cache lockers containing each Team Members basic standard issue gear, their initial weapon load out as well as any personal equipment they had stored with them.  The lockers can be opened using your MPID.

Unlike most Morrow Project boltholes where the entire Team is awoken at once the Myra Falls Facility is programmed to awaken only the Team Commander and the Medical specialist.  These two Team members then control the remainder of the awakening process giving them the ability to awaken only required personnel. The Cryo Chamber Console is integrated with the Critical Command Console.

Command & Control Room

This large room is the tactical center of the Facility, it is equipped to collect, present, manage, evaluate and disseminate information for for the use of Task Force Yáahl.  It has individual Response Consoles, Strategy Consoles and Identity Consoles which are all integrated with the Critical Command Console.  All information is exhibited on the large video wall display and can be transferred to the conference table terminals.  The Critical Command Console does have a satellite connection and communicates with the global navigation satellite system.

Garage, Workshop & Storage Area

This room is the largest in the facility with a ceiling height of over 30m.  Stacked and secured against the walls are numerous storage caches containing all the Teams extra gear, rations, tools, spare parts, etc.  The Team’s main vehicle is located here as well as any extra vehicles and an Electric Stacker for use in organizing the storage caches.  The Garage/Workshop is fully functional with lifts, hoists, air tools, welders, a large study workbench, anvil, and pretty much any general use tool imaginable.  If you are in need of a more specialized tool please ask your PD if it’s available in the Shop.

There is a 3m wide walkway located at the 20m height which has access to the air filtration system, a crawl-way to the main generator room and hatch access to the Emergency ‘Personnel Only’ Exit.

Library & Study Area

This room is furnished with 4 comfortable reading chairs and 3 Study Stations, all the Study Station Consoles are integrated with the Critical Command Console.  The Library contains a voluminous mass of books in eBook format which are accessible from the Study Stations or can be loaded onto one of the dozen 10″ e-Readers that are available for use.

Book Selection: There is an almanac, a full set of encyclopedia, a vast stock of textbooks and schoolbooks, a comprehensive selection of scientific journals and maintenance manuals as well as horror, action/adventure, suspense, drama, fantasy/sci-fi, mystery, romance, and humor novels.

Medical & Science Stores

This room is used for vaccination storage to whole blood and plasma storage and houses mulitple scientific lab-rated refrigeration units.  Ask your PD for more information on the specific supplies contained in this room.

Laboratory

This lab is used for scientific research.  It is a fully functional wet laboratory where chemicals, drugs, or other material or biological matter can be tested and analyzed.  The Laboratory Console is integrated with the Critical Command Console. Ask your PD for more information on the specifics of the lab.

Infirmary

This is a fully functional operating theatre, long stay hospital room and can be used for diagnosis, treatment, and therapy.  The Infirmary Console is integrated with the Critical Command Console.  Ask your PD for more information on the specifics of the infirmary.

Shower Room

Pretty straight forward…  4 shower stalls, 4 toilets, 6 sinks.

Sleeping Quarters (1)

The room is functionally furnished, 2 super heavy duty 39″ X 80″ metal bunk beds, 4 large metal foot locker cache units, 4 tall (6′) stand up closet cache units, 2 couches and there are two Study Station Consoles in the room which are integrated with the Critical Command Console.  The foot locker and closet cache units are individually programmed to be opened with your MPID.

Sleeping Quarters (2)

The room is functionally furnished, 2 super heavy duty 39″ X 80″ metal bunk beds, 4 large metal foot locker cache units, 4 tall (6′) stand up closets cache units, 2 couches and there are two Study Station Consoles in the room which are integrated with the Critical Command Console. The foot locker and closet cache units are individually programmed to be opened with your MPID.

Kitchen & Rec Room

This is a full kitchen including an over-sized oven and stovetop, a large table, counters, cache pantry, and storage with enough tableware, utensils, cookware and bakeware to accommodate 12 people.  The waser and dryer are located in this area.

The room also has a projection screen with surround sound, a foldaway ping pong table, a Foosball table, a dart board and many table top games (multiple decks of cards, Chess, Backgammon, Yahtzee, etc…)  The Kitchen/Rec Room Console is integrated with the Critical Command Console.

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~ by Kalam Harkair on January 18, 2010.

3 Responses to “Myra Falls Facility”

  1. In Whitley Streiber and James W. Kunetka’s rather famous, if controversial, novel called “Warday,” it was supposed that consumption of horror novels would be likely to drop to almost nothing, at least in America, after even a very limited nuclear holocaust. It was suggested that this would be because people had already seen so much horror and death, so that only foreigners in areas that had not been bombed out would even want horror novels.

    Further, if someone asked my opinion, I would say that 150 years after such a huge nuclear war as happens in “The Morrow Project,” most people would not know how to read, each book would be indescribably precious. Bruce Morrow would, in my opinion, forbid the stocking of horror books or the spending of Project monies on them. The reasons would be to show respect for the psychological needs of the Project members themselves, not to mention the survivors, as well as to conserve shelf space. If you were caught taking up space with horror books, I think they would reprimand you or even dock your pay. They would also stock picture books, books to teach children, and books in Braille (because there would be so many people with flash burns to the eyes or other reasons why they could not see.

    • Hello and thanks Julian I appreciate the comments!
      My idea for the library in the Myra Falls Facility is that it is for the Team’s use only. As the Facility is being set up as their Main Operations Base they will use it for a multitude of purposes, from study and reference to recreational reading which is why I included mention of all genres of fiction books.

  2. Debris clearing room would contain tools made from only non-sparking forms of metal, and only of the very highest quality, and only non-magnetic. No easy way to repair in post-apocalyptic conditions, no way to know what will be hurled in with the rubble (volatile fuels? natural gases? And no way to sure that there will not be land mines, or that they will be magnetic ones. But if there are, then it is better not to use something that invites setting off a magnetic device. Medical lab would stock atropine tartarate because of its ability to save people from SOME nerve gases SOME of the time. But even so, you will need to use it within seconds, or you will almost surely die. Not to mention that atropine tartarate itself can make you sick or even kill you.

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