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The War Room or Tactical room is where Poku Saeruo Degonjo fighting ships are commanded during combat.
During combat the commander uses this place as their Command Center. This is true for a single ship or a group of ships. This allows the Ta'a to focus on the combat rather than the details of operating the ship.
The War Room is a hexagonal chamber with a domed ceiling. There are two entrances on the port and starboard sides. Each is a Anomu Wunyte (Security Door), and guards are present. The room features a Uosme Wunyasa (Life Station) and a Ânamusme Wunyasa (Damage Station).
In the front of the room a large view screen is present, it is used to show what is on the ship's main screen, or for when speaking with the Ta'a' of other ships. Hull braces composed of Mâqirây (Bound Metal) protrude from the walls and arch over the holographic display.
The standard configuration features a console with a large 3d holographic display in the center and three Makoa Kâbo'ka (Work Console). At each station a Buvoli Kâbo'ka (Work Chair) is mounted. Tyo'te Wuny'ta (Fire Suppression) ports dot the ceiling. The floor is covered in Loop-Pile carpet, colored clan gray (charcoal gray).
The stations are broken down as:
Located at the rear of the room it provides the Ta'a with a view of the holographic display as well as the view screen. This is where the commander of the group observes and directs action. The Ta'a has priority control of the holodisplay.
Located port side is the communications/liaison station. The person at this station monitors and coordinates communications between the ships. This station is used to channel communications to/from the commander. When the Ta'a leaves the bridge for the War Room the Second takes control of the bridge. All stations on the ship report to the bridge, and the bridge reports to the War Room.
The person here monitors the condition of all the clan ships, and keeps the Ta'a apprised. They also scan the target vessels looking for weak points to exploit. They also monitor the sensors for signs of other vessels.