|Instructions for tonight (Business)|
|Subject||Monarch gala, Jack Joyce, Liam Burke|
|Date||October 9th, 2016|
|Act||Act 3: The Wine and Cheese Crowd|
|Part||Act 3, Part 1: Research Facility|
|Location||Monarch Research Facility|
|Previous||Martin Hatch's Speech on Gull Island (Personal)|
|Next||Gala Speech (Personal)|
Instructions for tonight is a email Narrative Object found in Act 3, Part 1 of Quantum Break. The email details plans for the Monarch gala speech and how Monarch Security should handle Liam Burke and Jack Joyce. This version of the email is determinant and only appears if the "Personal" option was chosen in the second junction.
FROM: MARTIN HATCH
TO: MONARCH SECURITY TEAM LEADS
DATE: OCT 9, 2016 – 5:31pm
SUBJECT: Instructions for tonight
It appears we have been overtaken by events, and we have had to adjust our plans accordingly. As you are no doubt aware, we now have Jack Joyce in custody; he gave himself up earlier today. As Mr. Serene has a personal interest in Joyce and the information he might have, he will be interrogating him at the detention center on the island.
Unfortunately, this means that Mr. Serene cannot be there for the speech he was scheduled to give at the gala event tonight, so I will have to stand in for him. I have some new security requirements pertaining to that, but I will discuss those with specific individuals in person.
Furthermore, be aware that in addition to Joyce, we also have Liam Burke held at the detention center. Despite his long service to Monarch, Burke is now to be considered hostile, and has already done quite a bit of damage to us. I shouldn't have to say this, but just to be absolutely clear: any orders given by him should be ignored.
Please ensure that Joyce is ready for Mr. Serene. Also please bear in mind that Joyce is chronon active, and extremely dangerous. He has given himself up voluntarily, so it's entirely possible he doesn't intend to cause trouble, but let's make sure we're prepared if he does. We don't know his motivations, and I would not put it past him to use his surrender as a means to exact a hidden agenda.