> Let's keep an eye on the guy in the wheelchair and proceed to the next building. Still in the clockwise rotation.
You head to the Agriculture Building.
The Quad is still empty of both monsters and students.
You reach the Agriculture Building. This place is three floors of small classrooms, offices, and bathrooms. There's not a single lecture hall here.
You're familiar with this building, somewhat, as is Rufus.
How do you want to split this up? It's a very long building. You have a lot of ground to cover.
Also, Zach, wheelchair guy, is going to be tricky to get around. He can only really use the elevator, and the elevators in this school are bitches. Every one of them. They're both loud and slow and break all the time.
Have Gina and Zach search the first floor, you take Claire again, and Dorothy goes with Rufus.
Also, have everyone exchange phone numbers and tell them to call everyone or send a mass text (if they need to be quiet) if they come across anything.
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