This is the biggest room on the first floor. Library’s floor is adorned with bright red carpet. No bookshelf exists in this room – there are computers, fully equipped with the necessities as well as headphones, an extra monitor for each. The computers contain records of past games that were hosted in The War Room realm. Open 24 hours a day, people are free to visit to view documentations of past games. Another feature of this room is the southern wall. It is decorated with portraits of moderators that have worked for The War Room, starting from Rayne. Pictures of the building and The War Room in the past are also displayed on the wall.
No, it’s not an actual bunker. This is a nickname given to the basement floor. This is the biggest room in the building; it’s where the mods hold their meetings. There is a big desk with nine chairs to serve the purpose. Researches on games take place here. Hence this room has all the devices suited for the purpose, be it computers or drawers filled with issues of WIFOM Journal. The room had a construction two months ago; a portion of the basement was made into a separate laboratory where mafia game roles can be run in a simulator device to see how they’d function.
This is located next to the stairs leading to the second floor. Guests are welcomed in this room. Hence this room is always maintained clean. Staff members take turns cleaning this room every day.
Cleaning the lounge is a lot of work with three couches, a tea table, a coffee machine, a small fridge, a television, and a trash can in the room. This is not all. Keeping Iteru from emptying the fridge and kicking him out of the building is also a task. After all, cleaning the room means ‘eliminating all threats to the room’ in TWR staff’s book.
This was actually the place where meetings were held for the staff, but the Bunker replaced the purpose after its completion. Still sunlight enters this big and lively room through the two windows, giving the room a warm and relaxing atmosphere. Hence this is where staff spends time to relax, and eat their meals. In the room, there is a big refrigerator (one compartment solely devoted to cheesecakes, a favorite dessert of the staff) and a microwave oven. There are also a couple sofas for the staff to rest on. There used to be a phone in this room, but Parma took it away; she judged that the staff ordered pizza too much.
On the west side of the second floor, there is a tiny office belonging to Feralize. There is a desk in the far corner that is littered with stacks of CDs. The adjacent wall is adorned with pictures of family and various pets, as well as a wolf-themed calendar. On the floor sits a small pair of speakers that softly plays heavy metal songs while Feralize works. Two chairs meant for guests sit on the opposite side of her desk. A small bookcase on the far side of the room is lined with various novels and reference books. Atop the bookcase is a lamp whose incandescent glow softly lights the room.
This is a small room located at the northern side of the second floor. Though it's known that she has bigger offices in her other workplaces, Mintaka has spent an ample time in this small room since her first days as a TWR staff. Books varying from nonfiction to mysteries are stacked in the only bookcase in an untidy way. Her desk is always crowded with papers, books, electronics, and stationery. She does have enough space for a small round table, two chairs, and a water dispenser she brought from her home country.
The only personal office located on the first floor, traditionally this room was given to the Forum Head as their personal office. Parma believes in minimalism. Or, that is what she wants everyone to think. She spends too much time in this room and only comes out at shift's end. She only holds a cubicle since all the windows in the place were blown out after a failed construction attempt on her part.
At the far end is a desk holding all of her books that she refuses to give up. The left side of the room holds a large desktop computer. On the right side of her room is a poster of a typhoon with a large poster of Homestuck characters beside it. Due to an inherent need for silence, a large assortment of headphones sits beside the computer.
Paperhorse’s War Room office consists of a large desk in the corner of the room, facing towards the door. On the walls surrounding her desk are many posters of various television shows, and a 16-month wall calendar where she has circled many important dates, and penciled in appointments. She keeps most of her personal belongings in a small cabinet opposite her desk. She also has a hidden stash of chocolates somewhere that she keeps for “emergencies.”
The office belonging to Zenax changed drastically since the day he was hired for the War Room. In a corner of the room stands his desk, atop of which rests a neatly ordered pile of books and his computer. Beside it, he placed a mini fridge filled with various sugary drinks, on which stands a small plant. A large window faces the door, optimally filling the room with sunlight; on the wall facing his desk, Zenax pinned various posters depicting popular movies, TV series and 80's music bands. A large oriental rug in the middle of the office serves to complete the decoration, giving it a warm and comfortable atmosphere.
(I didn't write the descriptions for the other staff members' offices, btw.)