- Email to Headmaster Xavier, Counselor Haller
- x_submariner wrote in x_communication
- April 15th, 13:08
To: [Xavier, Charles], [Haller, David]
Subject: Proper Etiquette for Emergency Situations
Sirs, I have been increasingly concerned about the lack of formal education given to new students in how to properly handle powers-related incidents. This is not to openly criticize the current structure — I found the tour and additional information to be pleasant, informative reading — but instead to suggest that the School reconsiders how it addresses potential crisis situations of the mundane powers variety.
I speak, of course, of the precognitive incident I experienced with Miss Colbert. While I am sufficient to the task of first aid, I feel as though I was not properly equipped to handle the situation if it had progressed into a full epileptic fit or past controllable auto-writing levels. Miss Colbert has been with the mansion for some time, as I understand, so events like these are likely more common than not.
It also strikes me as problematic that every new person I encounter seems to downplay the imminent danger that they claim hovers over the school. I expect that there are proper channels and systems in place to deal with these situations (and the evacuation information included in the new student booklet/training was most welcome), but none of these were on the tour.
I apologize if I have somehow missed these items in formal writing, but the best weapon is preparation.
Namor, Marques de McKenzie, Heir Apparent to the Dukedom of Thakkor