Room had a little cool decor and a couple of neat puzzles but overall the set design and production felt cheap and worn down. Lots of wear and tear showing. The room was linear and pretty straightforward which meant our group was a little too large to stay involved fully. Not a knock on the game obviously but I’d stick to 4-5 people at most.
We had a trainee and trainer combo of GMs for our game and the trainee was awesome!! She really did a great job with the intro and getting us in. The trainer on the other hand couldn’t care less about us and felt like he wanted to go home. We tried interacting with him before hand and joking around a little to break the nerves of the trainee but he wouldn’t even acknowledge anything said. He just wanted to get us in the game so he could leave for the night.
We also had a malfunction in the game room where something opened up before it was supposed to as we just barely touched it. The trainer came over the speakers with a very exasperated tone and said “go ahead and put that back and then close it by doing xyz and let’s just go ahead and stop forcing things open ok?”. Our group is very experienced and there’s no way we put more force on it than normal. I’m sure it wasn’t sealed right and that’s fine, things happen, wouldn’t be the first time, but to be treated as though we broke something he owned was a bummer on the mood.