OUT OF CHARACTER INFORMATION
- Intent: Create a military prison ran by Graush's holdings.
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- Military Base Name: AG Correctional Facility.
- Classification: Military Prison.
- Location: Qeravert IV.
- Affiliation: A'sharad Graush, The First Order
- Population: Large. The population varies, but it's minimum worker amount is a range between two thousand souls to three thousand, not including the plethora of manual droids that exist. Capable of holding a maximum capacity of fifteen thousand prisoners, life support systems are capable of supporting up to twenty thousand souls total, leaving room for five thousand organics employed by Graush Technologies, both including security and maintenance.
- Accessibility: The correctional facility itself is not very accessible in itself as it resides deep underwater, and is impossible to get to unless sporting the correct gear to breach.
- Description: Built into a rock formation deep under water, there is a rock shelf that the base itself is built into, standard military grade sensors aren't capable of detecting the base from orbit due to its depth and the placement of the rock formation that surrounds it. However, on approach to the submerged facility, hundreds of viewports are noticeable if approaching during the day cycle of the military prison.
Notably, on approach to the facility, there is a very obvious tube that raises from the top of the thick rock shelf, and to the surface directly above it creating a very large landing pad above it, and in the centre, there resides an immense tower that is clearly a weather-control station. It's use is simple, and that is to create an immense storm that spans hundreds of miles. A fierce lightning storm that interferes with sensors and communications, its use doubles as both protection and an inhibitor to unwelcome guests.
POINTS OF INTEREST
- Command Centre [Centre of the Facility]
- Supports Biocomm Network
- Weather Control Centre [Above Water]
- Standard Military Installations
- Barracks, Armoury, Briefing Room, Training, etc
- Standard Prison Installations
- Interrogation Centre, Isolation/Simulation, Cells, etc
- Dozens of Vanguard War Droids.
- Blast Doors, Autoblasters, Surveillance Systems, Biocomm Based Security Network.
- Weather control station
Beginning construction prior to the Blockade of L-49 initiated by the First Order, when Qeravert IV had been enveloped by the First Order's borders, plans had been pushed forwards. There was a need for a high security military prison that'd be near impossible for the Order's enemies to escape. Coming with the same level of clearance as a military blacksite, its location as a prison is a mystery to all.
Upon the outside, there are no defenses save for the rock formation and the various underwater creatures that lurked surrounding the underwater facility. Beyond that, only within the corridors of the military prison are there any actual security systems in place, which was based off of design. Graush hadn't wanted to pull too many heavy duty weapons away from the Order's assembly lines when they'd be meant for repair yards and other locations on the future front lines. Intersection corridors filled with autoblasters in ceiling and side panels, in the relatively tight corridors, it'd be difficult for an intruding force to get far without sustaining a ridiculous amount of casualties.
With thousands of prisoners, the cellblock is designed with a large guard tower in the centre of a circular room, the thousands of cells overlooking the guard tower, thus allowing guards to watch all of the prisoners at once. However, the guard tower doesn't serve an actual purpose other than to exist in the centre of the cafeteria. The command centre is segmented into different levels, select workers performing and operating only a handful of places at once, activated with different passcodes and clearance levels, making it impossible to have a single 'man on the inside' for it'd be necessary to know who operates what and when, and with security forces being the only other lifeforms the prisoners saw, it'd be impossible to actually infiltrate with any degree of success.
Finishing construction towards near the end of the Battle of Dagobah after the Order's successful assault, prisoners that had been acquired there were immediately rerouted to the newly constructed prison, and after the failed attempt at Invading the Ison Corridor for a second time, Graush had once more had both wounded and captured combatants transferred to the 'correctional' facility, subjecting thousands of captured souls to days and nights of 'interrogation' and Imperial 'justice.'
Edited by Asharad Graush, 15 April 2018 - 12:17 PM.