+ Dana goes topside (on the surface, above the city and gorge) to enjoy the sky. She pulls out a small shortwave radio and tunes to the sound of slow methodical warbling tones, five in all repeating three times. The tones stop and and a mechanized voice comes out. "ATTENTION. ATTENTION. ATTENTION." She does not go into attention. "7974. 7974. 7974." She suddenly snaps to, reaching inside for her hiptop. The radio repeats the ATTENTION and 7974 call as she flips it open and pulls up a notepad app. "Agent 7974, ready." The radio releases a stream of coded numbers and which she types on the hiptop screen furiously. The code ends with "END. END. END." She begins furiously cycling through the apps looking for her decoder to uncode the message before she realizes: "Zakiri hiptops don't have RINC decoders." She's happy to hear it, though. It means the RINC forces know she's alive, somewhere. Or does it?
++ Dana should listens to these radio transmissions every so often. And feels they're calling out for her as a sort of tenuous one-way link from home. However, the transmissions to her cease as she cannot reply and the RINC forces consider her captured, defected or dead.
++ However, towards the end she suddenly begins hearing her agent number in the actual code (codes are transmitted in five digit numbers, but 7974 is four, making it conspicuous). She believes, as she hears her agent number more and more, that a RINC force is on it's way to Gefanna to rescue her (Assuming they think she's been captured)/ or capture her (assuming they think she's deserted/defected), prompting the endgame storyline.
+ She should use camping/scouting as an excuse for escape. She's going out, scouting the surrounding area for "weak points" the Zoners could use, when in fact, she's looking for a way out of the area. The camping allows her to actually begin appreciating the beauty of the place, while trying to escape.
++ She's from a large city in Indiana, and the sky there only has a few stars. Gefanna is mostly underground, and has few lights the penetrate out of the gorge, so the sky is gorgeously filled with stars. She often looks at the moon, and wonders if her friends are looking at that same moon. Sometimes, when she's absolutely sure no one is watching her, she asks it to send a message back to them that she misses her family.