((Sorry about the wait. I was at a robotics competition over in Long Beach))
The wounds on your shoulders have stopped bleeding, but it's still a little painful to move your arms.
Unsure of what to do, you try to calmly think of your options:
On Level 3, there was mostly dormitories, but it also housed the main cafeteria and had medical facilities. It is also the level you are most familiar with in terms of layout, but seems to be at least sparsely populated with monsters.
Below you, Level 4 was very much the same as Level 3, but instead swapped out the cafeteria for a rec room. Level 5 had the secondary systems for computing, power, water, heating, cooling, and more. You weren't very familiar with where everything was, but you have both the knowledge and the access keys to restore power and reboot the secondary computer. Among other things, doing so would bring the intercom system back online, allowing you to effectively search for survivors.
Levels 6, 7, and 8 contained the primary systems, and again, you were able to restart them. However, while you're far more familiar with these levels, being your primary area of work, you have the feeling this all started with a problem in the primary systems, and diagnosing it would be difficult without the ability to read computer screens. Levels 7, 8, and 9 also contained labs and various workshops. Though you're not certain of anything at this point, you get the feeling that the fact that there seemed to be more monsters below you and the fact that the labs were below you were rather closely related.
Finally, Levels 10 and 11 were normally off limits, being the high security storage area. You didn't have the codes to even enter those levels, but the fact that every other door you'd found wasn't even able to latch closed, it was possible that the doors down there were also wide open.
Above you, Level 2 was mostly administration offices, but it did contain the main intercom hub, which would be useful if you managed to get the power back on, and there wasn't much noise coming from that direction besides the mechanical rumbling. Beyond that, on Level 1, was more of the same, plus a few meeting and demonstration rooms, along with some low-level storage. Most importantly, though, Level 1 was the only way out of the facility, being the ground floor.
All in all, it really came down to one choice: stay in the facility and try to save anyone else possibly trapped inside, or take the safe way out and make a break for the exit.Inventory
(1) Pocket knife with (4) attachments: Knife, Scissors, Corkscrew, Screwdriver
(1) Wallet with ( 8 ) cards
and (20) bills of unknown value
(1) Keyring with (5) keys and (1) bottle opener