The gun is not loaded. [[Ask the rioters if they have any rounds]] or [[check the unconsious soldier for spare rounds?]]
The riot has become out of control. [[Help your fellow rioter make it home?]] [[Continue to fight?]]
You have been advised that an angry mob awaits you in Baltimore. Luckily, you are armed in case the mob becomes violent. \n\n[[Colonel Jones commands your unit to prepare 10 rounds of ammunition.]]\n\nUnfotunately, the Pennsylvanian volunteers are unarmed. You will have to face the mob without weapons.\n\nHe has instructed you only to fire if the crowd becomes violent.
You have injured a soldier. The soldier is down and has dropped his weapon. [[Pick up the Gun]]
The date is April 19th,1861. Union Troops are traveling to Baltimore on their way to restore unity with the South. \n[[union soldier]]\n\n\nYou are angered when you hear that union troops will soon be traveling through Baltimore.\n[[rioter]] \n\n\n\n
You were injured from the attack, but you still able to continue. The riot has begun to disperse and police have taken control of the scene. \n\nYou have survived the riot!!!\n\nBy the end of the riot 12 citizens lay dead and 4 soldiers lay dead. 36 soldiers were injured and an unknown amount of citizens were injured.
You have been shot by Union troops. A fellow rioter has assisted you off the street. You will die if you do not seek mdeical attention. Game over
You wound and kill a union soldier. Your actions have made you a target. The troops have reloaded their rifles and are ready to fire. [[Drop the rifle and begin to flee the scene?]]
You load your weapon as you see an American Flag being ripped down by a rioter. \n\n[[Fire your weapon in to the crowd of rioters]] [[Fire a warning shot]]
A police officer confiscates the flag. The police appear to be alarmed by the intesity of the protest. They fear that the protest will soon become violent.\n\n[[look around for ways to stop the Union Soldiers from traveling to Camden Street]]
You have been shot dead by a volley of Union rifles.\n\nGame over
You have been arrested by the police.
You are attacked verbally and physically by the mob. \n\nIn an effort to blend in, you tear of your regimental stripes and flee to the nearest police station. You stay their overnight and are able to eventually link back up with your unit.\n\nGame over
Colonel Jones sucessfully led you group to Camden Street.\nRioters yelled and verbally attacked your group, but you made it to Camden street without a scratch.\n\nGame over
A bullet grazes you as you run home. Return home safe.\nGame over
You avoided the violent riot that claimed the lives of 12 civilians and 4 soldiers. You avoided arrest when police force overwhelemed the rioters.
Your unit wounded several rioters with a single volley. The rioters fire back with pistols and more projectiles.\n\nYou are attacked by a rioter\n\n[[Fend of attack]]
You just miss union soldier and unsucessfully attempt to steal the American Flag from a union soldier. The police are swarming the area. You sucessfully evade the police and plan to help sabotage bridges to help prevent more Union Troops from entering the Baltimore.\n\nGame over \n\n
Pratt Street Riots
Your caravan unit includes companies C,D,I, and L of the 6th Massachusetts and the brigade band of Lowell, Massachusetss. The unarmed Pennsylvanian volunteers are also in your caravan. \n\n\n\nYour isolated caravan unit has regrouped. You have been instructed by Captain Follansbee to quickly march from President Station to Camden Station. \n\n[[Band Brigade/ Pennsylvania 26th]], or [[6th Massachusetts]]
You have sucessfully isolated the last caravan on its way to Camden Station. The mob has begun throwing a hail storm of bottle, rocks, and tools at the soldiers.\n\n[[Throw bricks?]], [[Throw a tool you gathered from the docks?]]
Which caravan would you like to ride in?\nChoose wisely!!!!!\n\n[[Caravans 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8]] or [[Caravan 9]]?
Your caravan was not as lucky as the first 8. \nRioters have blocked your route by blockading the bridge at the Jones Falls with tools and equipment. The rioters have become violent and have begun to throw projectiles.\n\n\n\n[[Turn back to President Street]]
You have been arrested by the police for your actions.\n\n
The warning shot clears the street momentarily,but the rioters quickly regroup. You see Lieutenant Leander Lynde and a police officer tear down a rioter waving the South Carolinian Flag. \n\n[[Keep Moving Toward Camden Street]]
\n\n[[Yell Angry comments at Union Troops]] or [[Chant for Jefferson Davis]]?
The crowd becomes more hostile. You see other rioters gathering bricks and tools to throw at the union troops\n\n[[look around for ways to stop the Union Soldiers from traveling to Camden Street]]
You see other rioters placing tools and objects on the traintracks to block the last caravan of union troops from reaching Camden Station. Rioters have begun to throw projectiles at the union troops. [[go home and avoid the confrontation?]] [[Assist rioters to drag an anchor from the docks to block the caravan from reaching Camden Station?]] or [[begin laying tools infront of the caravans route?]]
Choose your unit.\n\n[[Artillery men]], or the [[Sixth Massachusetts and Pennsylvania 26th]]?
You sucessfully made it through the riot without any casualties. Your caravan was not attacked and you were not isolated from other units. \n\nGame over
There is no time to help fallen soldier. The crowd is quickly growing more violent. \n\n[[Load your weapon]] or [[start running faster]]?\n\n
You have aquired a few rounds to fire back at the soldiers. You also notice that a few rioters have brought pistols to the fight.\n\n[[Fire the rifle at the soldiers?]]\n\n[[Help an injured rioter to escape the gunfire by carrying him to a near by open shop?]]\n\n[[Its never to late to return home to protect your family.]]
You are beaten and killed by the mob.\n\nGame over
With the police hot on your tail, you evade being capture by hiding in a nearby shop. The shop owner is sympathetic to the confederacy. Unfotunately your fellow rioter dies from blood loss.
A fellow soldier is struck in the head by a brick. He is unresponsive.\n\nYou drag him to a nearby shop to hide. The injured soldier wakes up and you hide in the shop until the riot is over. \n\nGame over
More confederate sympathizers join the mob. Some rioters wave the flag of South Carolina.[[Wave the South Carolinian Flag]] or [[look around for ways to stop the Union Soldiers from traveling to Camden Street]]?
A brick hits a fellow soldier in the head. He is down and is not getting up.\n\n [[keeping moving forward]]