As soon as the door swung open, Ral pulled out his Geiger counter. The familiar crackle-hum filled the air as the meter read the levels of radiation in the area. Ral squinted at the display, writing down the measurements in a small notebook. "Well, thank goodness it isn't a microwave," he muttered softly as he continued to study the readout.
"We're going this way."
Ral looked up from his instrument to see Roll beckoning the group over to follow her, so he followed suit. The ground was scorched and scored with marks, probably flashfried in the chaos. Shaking his head, he focused back on his readouts.