Museum Trip - Gallery Bench
Feel free to have a seat. The dinosaur here will not pounce on you, and the tank here will not aim at you. This is the peace that you've pursued for your entire life.
Museum Trip - Gallery Red Carpet
The long carpet guides us to where we're suppose to go. But what about fate? Is it willing to be as straightforward?
Museum Trip - Contemporary Weaponry Display
Firearms and bombs have allowed humans to detach themselves from the act of killing. It has never been easier in civilized times to stir up hatred.
Museum Trip - Ancient Weaponry Display
Melee weapons required the user to come face to face with enemy. Combat required more skill, more courage, and a simpler reason to fight.
Museum Trip - Modern Weaponry Display
This era utilizes entirely new tactical weaponry, but whether war will be even more cruel or not depends entirely upon you, Commander.
Museum Trip - Penguin Specimen
These ancient and lovable birds have witnessed all the foolish things humans have done since the Third World War in their home settlements and were tragically swept up in the chaos.
Museum Trip - Gallery Rope Barriers
It separates you from history. Only history is eternal. And you? You're temporary.
Museum Trip - Whale Model
Even a real specimen is hard to find nowadays. But it's okay, mankind. You don't need to pretend like you actually care about us.
Museum Trip - Dinosaur Skull
"ROAR!" It introduced the concept of "cool" to children around the world. It is unwittingly the earliest and purest of romances.
Museum Trip - Dinosaur Skeleton
Its elegant appearance is far more beautiful than the corpulent mammals, so Homo Sapiens gave them feathers out of spite and envy.
Museum Trip - Gallery Floor Tiles
Neat and clean floor tiles are always suitable for any sort of public spaces, but smokers and human younglings always ruin the atmosphere.
Museum Trip - Primates' Stump Chair
Any sort of entertainment is simply a substitute to satisfying bloodlust, which most likely came from the fact that food and shelter was plentiful and the brain never had a chance to develop beyond its basal instincts.
Museum Trip - Gallery Corridor
Don't mind the "History of Predation" banners. The ancestors of humanity have always relied upon extermination to build the civilized society that we have today.
Museum Trip - Paper Airplane
Perhaps on the Day of Judgment, the Creator will say this was the invention that pleased me the most.