Pulp Alley Battle report, featuring Terra Blocks Scenery
The Lost Keys Scenario from the main Pulp Alley book takes us to the Red-Valkyrie Government laboratory, hidden deep in the innocuous suburbia of London where the evil Professor Gotswold is intending to activate his nuclear weather control system that will ruin the British Summer for ever. Luckily, ready to save the day, the Doctor has come to the rescue with Rory and Amy, although owing to the terrible traffic Professor Rivers is delayed until the second turn. The Main Reactor is the Major Plot Point with two control panels, the journal in the kennel and the shocked lab assistant being the other Plot Points. All the unexplored side rooms, the reactor, lab assistant, kennel and jumping off the raised area are perilous areas.
In the first turn the Professor and his government agents fan out at one end of the complex whilst the doctor rushes of down a corridor to find the missing journal while Amy and Rory investigate one of the control panels as they rush through the swirling gases.
At almost the same time as The Doctor sneaks his way past the cybernetic wolf to get the journal, Professor Gotswold is interrogating the lab assistant for the Launch Codes. Lo and behold, our heroes’ journeys may be at an end as Agent appears above Rory and Amy with an Uzi!
Luckily as characters they’re much too popular to be killed off and Professor Rivers burst out of one of the adjoining rooms and guns down the Black clad agent.
With one man down and the lab assistant still uncooperative, the rest of Gotswold’s team try to clear out River’s in a hail of lead as the doctor rushes back round, the launch codes clearly written in the journal’s margins.
With gunfire echoing round the facility, the lab assistant finally divulges the codes, with which Professor Gotswold leaps down, but a moment too late, for whilst his Government agents are pinned down the Doctor rushes forwards to hammer in the codes.
This gives him the authorisation to shut down the nuclear reactor and save the day.
Nobody saw that coming.