Monroe wrote:Also a problem with the visitor center is that's where the bulk of the stupid panicking tourists will be. And while its good to be in a small team you don't want to be one of a hundred or two hundred people for the dinos to eat.
That said I don't know where else has as much supplies. Maybe one of the lodges ( i love how there's a golf course XD).
Cpl Kendall wrote:Somehow I think the only real threat is from the Raptor's (being co-located with the centre), likely the bigger predators will be busy chasing down an actual meal. A human is what to a T-Rex, a toothpick?
Deepcrush wrote:The problem with somewhere high... is how to fortify it. The bunker is simple, block the door. You might not get that luck when standing on the top of a glass building.
Nickswitz wrote:So hold them off with some pointy sticks... Unless they are deinonyches, in which case, run somewhere they can't easily get...
Sionnach Glic wrote:I think an important question is whether or not we're dealing with the film park, or the book park. They're a fair bit different. Particularly when it comes to dealing with the Raptors. In the books they were quite a bit smarter than they were portrayed in the film, and the bars protecting the windows of the Visitor's Centre were thin enough for them to bite through with some work.Nickswitz wrote:So hold them off with some pointy sticks... Unless they are deinonyches, in which case, run somewhere they can't easily get...
The Raptors were a good bit more like Deinonychus than actual Velociraptors.
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