Inside are numerous office desks, each having a holo-computer and several papers, in varying states of tidiness. Immediately to the left, facing the door, is a cubicle labelled "SURVEILLANCE CAM. FEED."
A chair has been placed in the center of the room. None of the desks are missing a chair. The chair itself hasn't gathered any dust.
Revver shuts the door behind him, turns off his equipment, retracts his blades, and sits in the chair. He then searches to see if there's any recorded security footage to find out what exactly happened to this place.
He also watches the surveillance feed to see if he can locate the Uetiko.
The surveillance feed detects the low light and activates in night vision mode. The only camera of interest is the basement camera.
In the center of the basement is the building's large generator, currently inactive. A rotting, mostly eaten corpse is dangling from the ceiling. Bits of feathers here and there indicate that the victim was an avian of some sort. The Uetiko is sitting in the far right corner of the room.
As for the recorded feed, occupying a second holo-screen, it shows the factory before the incident, in normal color. Employees of various races, Amnures being rather common among them, go about their business. Revver skips forward to a few days ago. The victim, a Kanguusti carrying a clipboard, is walking downstairs into the basement. He goes up to the generator and inspects it. The Uetiko crawls down the walls, sneaking up on the Kanguusti. The Uetiko gets into bipedal position and opens its mouth unnaturally wide, probably snarling. The Kanguusti twirls and opens his mouth (likely screaming) before the monster pounces, slashing at the neck. The Kanguusti collapses and twitches feebly while the Uetiko drags him up the wall, attempting to suspend him on the ceiling from the leg.
The employees all look up as the walls are bathed in red light every few seconds; an alarm. They all retreat in an orderly fashion, not knowing what's really going on. From then on, nothing happens other than the Uetiko occasionally leaving the basement to make claw marks, tearing into the corpse to get blood.
Suddenly, the Uetiko, on the live feed, turns to the side, its eyes glowing malevolently in the night vision. It stands up and walks over to some point under the camera. It stares up into the camera briefly before looking down at the blind spot. It procures some sort of object and walks back to its position, sits back down, and inspects the object. On closer inspection, it seems oddly... helmet-like.
That's when Revver's own helmet finally identifies the object. "CYCLOROTAN KNIGHT SERIAL 139-X."
The Uetiko stops inspecting its trophy to stare at the camera feed, eyes seeming to glow once more. And it continues to stare.
Revver watches the security footage. He begins to shake and his heart rate steadily climbs as the whole scene unfolds before his very eyes. The air in front of him clouds with his short shallow breaths. His heart is now beating so fast that his wheel begins to rotate involuntarily... a warning that his fear is giving to him. Telling him to run.
He looks at the feed and sees the Uetiko turning to the camera and staring into it. "Does it know I'm here?" he whispers. "How?"
The young Cyclorotan froze. "CYCLOROTAN KNIGHT SERIAL 139-X" He couldn't take it. He broke down. The helmet belonged to one of the AKS.
After a few minutes Revver regained his composure. He had a duty to uphold. He was a Cyclorotan Knight. What was one Uetiko to a member of the AKS?
Revver took some notes after seeing the feed: The first conclusion he came to was that this specific Uetiko was there the day of the AKS Massacre. It had to have been. How else did it get the helmet? The second thing he noticed was that it was a lot more intelligent than he anticipated. It remembered that a Cyclorotan had escaped that day. It remembered the Cyclorotan scent. It smelled him all the way from the basement and used a trophy to emotionally hit Revver hard. Third; The Uetiko's sense of smell is very, very sensitive.
The Uetiko is tired of playing games. It hunched over and spreads its arms wide, opening its fanged maw as far as it will go. A dreadful howl echoes from somewhere in the building. The Uetiko leaps at the camera, destroying it with one swipe from its right claw. The feed turns to static.
EDIT: That's not too far from the truth. If you look up images of "until dawn wendigo" and "scp 096," and imagine those with more reptilian characteristics (not quite like the Jurassic World cancelled raptor people), bingo.
Revver grabs his gear and prepares himself. He adjusts his helmet and sticks the flashlight on the back of it, so that the beam shoots backwards. He activates the battey and his blades begin to hum as they take up their red hot glow. He rolls outside the door of the office back into the Major Hallway, and looks in every direction (even up) with his night vision.
Well if there's one thing a Cyclorotan knight is good at, it's jousting.
Revver charges forward screaming bloody murder to hopefully catch someone's attention outside just in case his stupid idea goes horribly wrong. He drives down the hall at top speed, red hot blades pointed directly in front of him.
The Uetiko, expecting Revver to take a defensive stance, did not expect full-speed retaliation. The hot blades sear away the scale armor they hit. The Uetiko jumps backward to prevent any more of its precious scales from being damaged. It then jumps straight up and latches onto the ceiling like a spider, readying another pounce.
The Uetiko lunges downward. Intending to land behind Revver and pounce from there, it miscalculated its lunge and goes too low. Revvan's arm blades slashing upward once again hit the beast, this time damaging the bottom of the arms' scales. The Uetiko tumbles a bit, then decides to switch tactics. It once again lunges, but now intends for a blunt impact, rather than a chance to slash and maul.
The Uetiko overestimated its own speed and felt the blades searing into its back scales as it went flying. It growls as it tumbles into Parts Wing B, eventually righting itself. It snorts and jumps onto the ceiling.
Parts room B has a few assembly lines to the left ending in metal boxes of parts. To the right is a door leading to the Assembly Wing, as well as a few fuel barrels. Above the fuel barrels is a poster showing the Thrive "Disturbance" creature (white and orange creature) carrying a blowtorch and gun while standing next to a fuel barrel. A message reads, "Please keep heat and fire-related tools, firearms, and other potentially igniting devices away from fuel barrels. Thank you."