Starship Selket: Wave One seeks to be open and inclusive to people of all abilities. If you have questions or concerns about the physical requirements of this event, please contact us.
Unfortunately, the SS Lane Victory is not wheelchair accessible. The ship lists on the water, has narrow corridors and steep staircases. Because of this, players with mobility issues may have trouble making their way around the ship. However, there are stationary positions at each section that shouldn't require much movement once the game begins. AUDIO AND VISUAL CUES Elements of this experience rely on visual and audio cues. Not all roles require both, and those with auditory or visual differences are welcome to join the crew. Simply contact us before purchasing a ticket so we can ensure a great experience for you. There will be loud noises—clarion calls, warnings, explosion sound effects, etc. There will be lighting changes of color and intensity, so it may get darker or brighter, but no strobe lights are being used. SERVICE ANIMALS Please contact us before purchasing a ticket if you have a service animal. We may not be able to accommodate them. LANGUAGE This event will be in English, both spoken and written. PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL SAFETY MONITORS
An emergency medical technician will be aboard the ship for every game. They are trained and equipped to handle common injuries.
A staff member will be present to monitor each area of the ship. These are not characters and are only there for the players’ well being. If necessary, please talk to our staffers with short status reports on yourself and others.
These technicians are authorized to summon EMTs as needed or escort people to an off-game decompression area. If you are physically and emotionally alright, but confused about the current plot, they can also help you out.
Please note that this experience features characters that are opposed to other characters.