Crew Lounge

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Crew Lounge is a subroom within Crew Quarters, located above the Locker Room and between the two dormitory rooms. True to its name, it features all sorts of fun little things for lounging about and doing nothing in particular, like a football, a fancy Spacemen: the Grifening card vendor, a camera, and a box of stickers.

Location
Crew Lounge
Function

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Mrs. Muggles's House

Access

Everybody


Ostensibly a breakroom for the whole crew. The West side has several vending machines selling a variety of wares, from pizza to PDA cartridges to books, while the East side has a few desktop computers (which, sadly, do not have Solitaire or Skifree) and office supplies, as well as a public printer. Mrs. Muggles the monkey lives in the latter room, as they were some sort of hostess for this whole thing.

Merchant ships also dock here. Remember to lower the airbridges before boarding them, lest you space yourself in your reckless greed for wares.

Maintenance information

The APCs for both lounges are located in the maintenance tunnel below it.

Location
Crew Lounge
Function

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Staff Assistant Commune

Access

Everybody


While this area near the Gym is called Crew Lounge, it really should be called Crew Quarters. There's not much here that promotes lounging, aside from a bunch of beds and a coffee machine. What are personal lockers and all these generic jumpsuits and shoes of such gaudy colors doing in a lounge? And the stickers? The camera? What is with this place?

Maintenance information

There is no vent. It's not like this place has an actual "lounge" atmosphere though.

The APC for this room is on the left wall, above the bed.

Crew Lounges are various crudely-carpeted compartments constructed for the creation and consumption of cocktails. Samedi carries a considerable collection of these cantinas, in all the manner of configurations and locales:

  • Medical Lounge: As it turns out, a spoonful (or a kegful) of booze really does help the medicine go down. Not to mention, a cocktail lounge is great thing to see when you first arrive on a station--it really sets the mood! Located on the west asteroid, a little bit east of Arrivals and Medbay's main entrance.
  • Mining Quarters: Because Space Dwarfs need booze like a fish needs water. It's right near their beds too, so they can start cruisin' on the boozin' the moment they finish snoozin'.
  • Bar: The biggest and fanciest lounge of them all, and the only one with slots and arcade games, located in the center of the central asteroid. Check out its respective Bar section for info on it.
  • Research Lounge: Super science gives you an equally super thirst, which is why this one is just east of the Research Section and its diligent team of Scientists. It's often covered in funky rainbow colors, since a lot of chemists like to use it to make triple citrus for colorful reagent.
  • Escape Lounge: Just as the arrivals section has a lounge, so does the departure section. Even teetotalers ought to get a farewell drink from here. A good drink from the east asteroid's cocktail lounge really helps steel your nerves for whatever chaos may happen on the shuttle ride home.
Location
Crew Lounge
Function

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Cooler chat magnet

Access

Everybody


This alcove near Crew Quarters A is the Crew Lounge. It's sort of like that water cooler room that all the social people in the office congregate around, if corporate decided that chairs and tables were too expensive and decided to replace them with a cigarette and coffee machine.

Some say this room is both literally and figuratively a distant relative of West Crew Lounge. No one can prove them wrong, but at the same time, no one can prove them right either.

Maintenance information

There is no vent. Instead, water cooler chat provides the atmosphere.

The APC for this room is on the north wall.

Stationmap.png Locations on Oshan Laboratory
General Civilian & Recreation Security Command Medical Research Cargo & Mining Engineering Off-Station