Stauer Monument Setup
Posted by: William B
Date: April 18, 2013 12:37AM
Hello! Normally, I'd be showing up to site a little early to make sure that I set up the immobile water purification device prop that I built (I did set up the last one every event before we changed sites), but I am going to be arriving late to Spring II.
Is there anyone from the group who saw me put it together who will be on site early to help set up? It's not too complicated to assemble (it's one of those "no tools required" shelving deals), but it might be easier for someone who saw me putting it together. It's currently completely unassembled inside of a primarily orange cardboard box labeled "Stauer War Memorial" all over it in the barn.
I'll be present for cleanup and can take it apart and re-pack it (please don't throw the boxes included away, they can be stuck under a bunk in the WRAITH cabin for me to take care of).
I'm sorry that this is so last minute, but I have a professional opportunity Friday evening that I cannot pursue at any other time.
-Will / Orion
(I'm mostly asking for someone to set this up for the sake of continuity; if it can't happen I'll take care of it after game off and before game on for Saturday morning, since the device is /supposed/ to be there.)
INSTRUCTIONS IF NEEDED
If someone who didn't see it put together needs guidelines to assemble it: It goes to the right of the bridge down the hill from Catalyst prime, standing by the roots of the huge uprooted tree. It is a series of square 14" x 14" wire frame pieces covered in black plastic that connect together at the corners; the front of it is 2 panels wide by 3 panels tall, and the rectangular structure is 1 panel deep. On the front side, the top panels facing the viewer with the memorial lettering are actually doors that fit into gray connectors. All of the panels are connected by little connector pieces that are included; the black ones connect everything except for the doors/memorial panels. I can make adjustments if it's put together "wrong" without too much issue, but that's the gist of assembly.
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