They're brought to the medics with blistered arms and burns on the face, though the eyes were protected due to goggles. OOPS, they didn't read the directions when trying to fix a faulty replica of a steampunk machine's boiler. -- Anon Guest
"The good news is that the damage is superficial," said Human Fonz, currently on some really excellent painblockers. "The bad news is that it's over -uh- about a quarter of my body. Who knew those leather aprons were for more than the aesthetic?"
Companion Drez, wheeling him to the sickbay, said, "I knew. I was the one who told you to wear the sleeves and the gloves and the mask, but no-o-o-o. Someone had to go on about how it was just steam and how could steam hurt anyone? It's at above boiling and under pressure you flakkin' dypnarbl!"
"Lesson learned, I swear. No matter how scratchy, uncomfortable, or hot the safety equipment - flakking use it."
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