Please be aware of the special guidelines regarding this facility.
The Syndicate Battlecruiser Cairngorm is where Nuclear Operatives spawn during Nuclear mode rounds. While we can't tell you what a battlecruiser actually is in this universe, we can tell you it contains all sorts of weapons and supplies for the Nuclear Operatives to use. We can also tell you that, despite all appearances, this ship can't actually move.
Nuclear Operatives can exit this ship by taking one of the SyndiPutts/SyndiPods/syndicate minisubs in the hangar or by using a syndie tele remote while standing over the telepad in the center of the ship, which will teleport them to the Listening Post.
While there's a couple ways for crew and Syndicate operatives to enter said Listening Post, both with and without using/obtaining an Agent ID, the only way to (re-)enter this ship is to use a syndie tele remote while standing on the Listening Post's telepad. Nuclear Operatives have these remotes on a table in the battlecruiser's armory, but regular crew members need to be more... creative to obtain one.
Speaking of which, if you do somehow manage to board this ship when it's not a Nuclear round, the nuclear bomb, some thermite charges, and a couple of gear closets will be missing. The other stuff here, such as the RPG, will still be around.
Most of the cruiser is also a sanctuary zone, so players can't take or add things from/to each other's inventories, and melee and ranged attacks have no effect, though they still consume ammo/charge.
In-game, this is all treated as one area, but it can be split up into a couple of rooms, each with different contents:
The Rooms of the Syndicate Battlecruiser
Not a real cockpit, the ship can't move. But you can coordinate operations from here.
- A portable camera viewer and a few sec cams monitors for remote reconnaissance of the station.
- A sleepy pen.
- A tape recorder. Play it to learn about your mission!
Links up all the other rooms together with a lovely mountain range logo. Did you know what "Cairngorm" is a real word that describes a black-grey quartz?
- The star of the show, the nuclear bomb, smack dab in the middle of the logo like it deserves to be.
- A telepad. Use the Syndicate teleporter remote you started with while standing over it, and it'll take you to the corresponding pad in the Listening Post.
Weapons, explosives, and other equipment.
- A shooting range with clown bop bags, so you can safely try out your weapons...or indulge in your hatred of clowns. This area is not covered by the sanctuary zone, so your weapons will have full effect.
- Some red lockers with standard-issue red space suits and jetpacks.
- A gear closet standing alone above the other gear closets containing a PDA with a built-in Detomatix cartridge, a box of flashbangs, a box of handcuffs, and multiple green pinpointers.
- Several Syndicate Weapons Vendors.
- On the two tables in the middle:
- A rocket launcher. Will absolutely ruin someone's day if used correctly. Don't stand too close to what you're shooting at!
- Many breaching charges and land mines.
- A pile of stinger and frag grenades. Both explode in a burst of shrapnel, giving everyone in the blast radius nasty brute damage and lodging shrapnel in their chests, causing further brute damage.
- A flash/cell assembly for stunning people AND setting them on fire. But only once.
- On the table in the back:
- Pairs of night vision goggles.
- Sunglasses and thermals.
- Lots of multiple green bomb pinpointers. Why not pick one up so you know where the nuclear bomb is at all times?
- Balaclavas for that "Russian Counter-Strike player" look. Hides your face, naturally, potentially aiding in a disguise.
- Syndicate Teleporter Remotes. If you want to try entering the station through the Listening Post, perhaps for a stealth infiltration (or because there wasn't enough room in the pods/subs for you), you absolutely need one!
- A few pairs of insulated gloves.
- Some utility belts
- A syndicate omnitool. Nifty.
Pods and putts for transporting operatives and the bomb, plus a storage room for miscellaneous crap.
- Two large Syndicate pods. They're heavily armored and seat two. Can be locked with a 4 digit keycode.
- Six Syndicate Miniputts. They seat one and are armored fairly well. Can be locked with a 4 digit keycode.
- Multiple twin-linked shotgun cannons and SEED modules on the table to upgrade the pods with.
- Two O2 canisters to top off your jetpack from.
- A rack of emergency oxygen tanks.
- Racks with extra red space suit sets and jetpacks
- A tank dispenser with more oxygen tanks.
- Bottles of champagne. Can be used to rename your vehicle into something that will make NanoTrasen babies poop their pants.
- In the storage room below, a pair of bagpipes. Och laddie, can ye hear them calling?
Being a paramilitary farce is hard work.
- A snack machine with Discount Dan's, with a loose burrito for those too poor for even discount "food". There's money for it somewhere.
- A coffee machine with stamina-boosting coffee.
- A cigarette machine. Just like coffee, the nicotine in cigs is a mild stimulant too.
- A water cooler and drink machine.
- A marble "Mission Memorial" listing amount of times the Nuclear Operatives won and lost the round since about October 31st, 2020, the last time nuclear rounds stat tracking was reset. You can probably guess what the numbers look like.
Medicines and surgery and so forth.
- Two medical crate with several medkits.
- A table with bandages, blood bags, reserve tanks of medicine, and an implanter, in case you accidentally remove your microbomb during surgery.
- Two sleeper units.
- A medibot.
- A crate of with one set of standard arms and legs (run faster, rip apart handcuffs) and one set of treads (run ridiculously faster)
- Two operating tables and two trays, each a with suite of surgerical tools for installing said limbs.
- A table-mounted defib.
No time to sleep, but time enough to put on some good clothes.
- An uniform manufacturer for making slightly less conspicuous jumpsuits and shoes, plus a rack of bedsheets to rip up for cotton.
- Several gear closets, again with red space suits and jetpacks.
- A monkey in a retro-looking red space suit named Oppenheimer. Keep your distance from him so he can't pick your pockets or shove you and take your weapon.
- If this does happen, pull said monkey near the tables of the firing range in the armory section. This will take them out of the sanctuary zone, allowing you to take it from their inventory.
- More closets with red space suits and jetpacks. So generous!
- A firefighting closet. Because the guy who takes the Firebrand crate will inevitably set his/her teammates on fire, and when that happens, you'll be glad you took the extinguisher from here.
- An rack with an extra pair of thermals.
- A washing machine and some janitorial supplies.
- A pirate radio station, with similar equipment to the one radio hosts get to use except it quite clearly broadcasts you as a Syndicate station. Box has a sleeve with a bunch of records and some amusing tapes. The Nuclear Operative commander's ID is needed to access this room, primarily so that one rogue operative can't sabotage their by revealing the team's presence through the radio studio.
- An office for the Nuclear Operative commander, accessible only by them. Comes complete with bookshelf, a pet (?) raven named Kuro, and amusing notes. But most importantly has a phone connected to the station phones and other places'. Why not ring the radio studio or some other place and re-enact Zero Wang?