BOBBY JAYMIE, STEVEN, AND MARK
Bobby, Alanis, and Shelby enjoyed the rest of their rather high priced meal, sharing each other's company and simply a group of friends out for the day, much of the earlier concerns were forgotten. As they left the restaurant and headed toward museum, they saw Jaymie and Mark heading in their direction, the duo having taken care of whatever non-family viewing friendly activities were.
Steven on the other hand had gotten so wrapped up in the video of the comet strike that he'd lost track of time. Were those wisps of blackness following the figure that struck the comet? Why did they seem to have tiny wings? The detail of the video was better than he'd expected. It looked like the museum had spent a great deal of time cleaning it up.
Steve remembered that the video had been taken by someone with a simple digital camera capable of taking video so it had always been rather pixelated. However this was crisp and clear. Somebody had gone to considerable lengths to clean up the video.
He was so caught up in the video that he did not realize how much time had passed until he spotted Jaymie, and Mark, plus Alanis, Shelby and Bobby all standing at the kiosk next to him. Looking down at his watch, he realized that he'd lost nearly an hour.SEBASTIAN
As the teen genius studied the diagram, he became more and entranced with its complexity.
(Perception roll please)
He was learning far more from it than he felt comfortable knowing. He started identifying particular sequences- sequences that lined up with some viral rewrite that was introduced. Sometimes the changes were beneficial. Sometimes they would result in death. Most of the time they just got weird.
In the back ground his computer still seemed to hum. He briefly wondered if the fan on the hard drive or his video card was going out. It didn't seem to bad right now though. It wasn't hot or anything.
Make two science rolls and a technology roll.