The guys on the roof are feeling pretty good. They just diifused a mock hostage situation, took down a good number of training bots, And got a new jetpack device tested to boot. They're also safe from the spiked shooting-bot up here, but they can't hear it's shooting anymore. But that's OK. The test must be over, right?
Down a level, another soldier is concerned. He hears the silence too. It's better than the noise of gunfire from the spiked shooting-bot (that created that hole in the wall) but to an experienced soldier, silence is ominous.
Nobody's in the next level down save a broken training-bot, so we'll skip that.
A little ways down the road, one soldier was stationed as a sniper. He's not focused on the situation on top of the building anymore, though.
On the street outside, things look good. As Zam and another sargent (tan hat) spectate, the team leader gets the hostage dummy into the truck. He had to blow a hole in the bathroom wall to get out, but hey, that can always be repaired. With the sizzling of a broken training-not in his ears, he radios in success. The response, however, is not congradulatory. In fact, it sounds like-
"Get to the railway tracks! We're being attacked by the Maelstrom! This is not a drill!"
The figs. Note the one to the far left, with the jetpack.
And now, the Hostage Building. The roof was built to look under-construction, and that air compressor drives it home nicely. on a different note, see the crane? You can do something interesting if you extend the string and put a minifig on the hook. You can push off the grey part of the crane. when it falls, the minifig gets an instant ride to the roof.
The walls were designed to blast out.
The bedroom. There are (non-working) drawers under the bed.
The bottom floor has a staircase, table, and the bathroom.
The bathroom, as viewed through the blast-out wall.