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Know Your Surroundings

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Know Your Surroundings

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby Vix on Tue Mar 17, 2015 4:16 am

I honestly hate using the "Places" tab so I'll just have this thread here. I'll alert you to any updates whenever the story has our characters change bases.
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Re: Know Your Surroundings

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1. Driveway -- The driveway is an entire mile and a half long, leading to and from the Xavier Estate. There is a large gate that out front that requires for security inside to let you in. It leads out to a long stretch of road that goes through the rest of the North Salem suburb, about an hour drive to Time Square.

2. Pathway to Main Lawn -- Heading out this way will lead across a large lawn rife with beautiful plants before bringing you to the main lawn. It is two acres of lush grass and large trees with a few ponds. It's a very peaceful place and often hosts picnics, parties, and movie nights.

3. Pathway to Garages -- The garages host a little over one hundred cars, trucks, motorcycles, and ATVs belonging to the inhabitants of the X-Mansion. There is a tunnel beneath it that leads to and from the hangar for quick escapes.

4. Entrance Courtyard -- The first part of Xavier's that you step on, the courtyard is often home to loitering students.

5. Jean-Phoenix Memorial Statue -- Standing in the center of the main courtyard is a statue immortalizing the legacy of Jean Summers and Phoenix Force, erected the day of their death to commemorate their sacrifice.

6. Classrooms -- While many classes are held in the library and the various parlor rooms within the mansion, there are thirty-four classrooms for a variety of subjects.

7. Memorial Garden -- After the death of Charles Xavier, Erik Lensherr and Rosetta turned part of the Eastern side of the lawn into a memorial garden in memory of Charles Xavier. Professor X was buried here and a statue stands among many beautiful flowers and metal artwork.

8. Pathway to Boathouse -- Around the back and on the North Eastern side of the mansion is a boathouse with a few water crafts for use on Breakstone Lake.

9. Counselor's Office -- The place where people go when they need help. It's been visited a lot since the death of Charles and even more so since M-Day.

10. Auditorium -- The large auditorium hosts assemblies, talent shows, dance recitals, concerts, and many other things.

11. Rosetta's Office -- Once the office of Charles Xavier, this room serves as the office of the Headmistress, Rosetta Juarez, who has been in charge for the past seven years.

12. Boys' Dormitories -- Living within these dorms are the males. Each room is large enough to house at least four people. Students with more dangerous and unstable abilities are allowed to have their own room. The most any room houses is seven. Only the rooms for the adult staff members, who are also dorm supervisors, have personal bathrooms; All others are required to use one of the several small bathrooms scattered about the East Wing. -- They are allowed to decorate their rooms however they wish.

13. Cafeteria Kitchen -- A state of the art kitchen where five chefs and some helpers prepare the food set on the menu every day of the week at 7am, 2pm, and 7pm.

14. Cafeteria -- Located at the South end of the mansion on the First Floor is the cafeteria. It looks like the inside of a nice restaurant and has an international menu. For those who are too lazy to cook their own food and/or traverse to other areas with said food, the cafeteria is the place to go. The seating is plenty and comfortable and the atmosphere is soothing. It can get a bit rambunctious at times, with so many teens gathered in one place. There's a large kitchen right next door where five chefs prepare meals to go out. Located at the very top of Xavier's, it is a round room with windows showing all but the East side of the mansion, giving a great view of the grounds.

15. Studio -- Divided into two parts, the East side of the studio has been turned into an area for the dancers of the school to practice and keep in form, while the West side has been converted into a large art studio for artists of all kinds to work quietly.

16. Hedge Maze -- Always well maintained, the hedge maze is on the Western side of the mansion. There are benches scattered throughout and it is yet another site favorite for those who prefer their solace.

17. Girls' Dormitory -- Living within these dorms are the females. Each room is large enough to house at least four people. Students with more dangerous and unstable abilities are allowed to have their own room. The most any room houses is seven. Only the rooms for the adult staff members have personal bathrooms; All others are required to use one of the several small bathrooms scattered about the East Wing.

18. Basketball Court -- Because the gymnasium is often in use for other activities, there is a basketball court on the grounds as well, often in use. The court is all a secret entrance; Right below it is the subterranean hangar.

19. Swimming Pool -- Not everyone likes the hub bub at the lake and students under thirteen aren't allowed to go alone. For this reason, there is a constantly supervised swimming pool.

20. Breakstone Lake -- A large lake that spans seven acres is swam in by many and often the location of parties hosted by the older students and even the adults at times. During the winter, when it is far too cold to swim, it is transformed into a giant ice rink.




First Floor: The first floor of the mansion is not unlike any other average mansion, as it consisted of the main entrance to the mansion, a large and more personal kitchen, a large library, an informal eating area, an auditorium, informal sitting rooms, Professors' personal space, as well as their offices and a grand staircase that leads to the second floor. However, the main Cerebro terminal (aka, the elevator) is also on the first floor - something not all mansions can boast to owning. Located near the grand staircase is the elevator. It can take one to the second floor or to the sub-levels. To reach any level lower than the Basement Sub-Level One, voice, retina, finger print, and code identification is required.

Second Floor: The second floor is mainly comprised of living quarters for the many X-Men and later the New Mutants, who lived at Xavier’s Estate. The West Wing is for the females while the East is for the Males. Rooms for the Professors are stationed at each end and the middle. Each person is allowed to decorate their living quarters to suit their taste. Bathrooms are plentiful and scattered throughout both wings.

The Basement: The first sub-level of the mansion serves as a regular basement - a large book storage, space to store unneeded furniture, a large laundry room, hot water cylinders, oil heater and fuel supplies, the auxiliary generator and wine cellar. There is also a psi-shielded room, the so-called Z’Nox chamber. Situated in the basement, as well are the main computer memory and the back-up power supply.

Sub-Basement - Level One: The sub-basements of the mansion are more recent additions, not part of the original design of the mansion. The first sub-basement is decked out with various labs - chemical, physics, and electronics, as well as large medical research and operating rooms. A 25-bed recovery room, and robotics research development rounded out the first side of the sub-basement. The second side is comprised of a regular gymnasium, pool, artificial sun deck, sauna, steam room, massage room and showers.

Sub-Basement - Level Two: The second sub-basement is restricted to X-Men access only and is protected by biometric security has a lot of advanced technology added into it, and is full of various defense mechanisms to support the powerful technology. One of the main aspects of this level is the famous Danger Room. Whereas the original Danger Room is on the mansions first floor, the second, improved one is much larger and has more advanced technology weaved into it to create very-real situations to test the X-Men’s battle strategy and teamwork. The Danger Room is HIGHLY restricted access and clearance is needed to get into it. The rest of this level is comprised of the important Ready Room and mission planning facilities like a small library, the War Room, Cerebro and crime files which are on backed up computers, and emergency reserve living quarters.

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