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Smoking Room
Aot smoking
Location
Area Located on A-Deck aft of the Aft Grand Staircase

The First Class Smoking Room, located on A-Deck aft of the Aft Grand Staircase, was a "late night" lounge wherein passengers could congregate. It was considered by many to be one of the grandest and most expensive rooms on the ship, decorated with dark mahogany wood with intricate carvings and inlaid mother of pearl patterns, red and blue lino tiles, and stained glass windows, with interior windows being electrically illuminated. At the center of the room was a large marble coal-burning fireplace, the only working fireplace on the ship.

The room was exclusively for men, a place to socialize and discuss matters of business, smoke, drink, and play games of chance (except on Sundays). It was serviced by a small bar, and a revolving door granted direct access to the port-side Veranda and Palm Court, though they cannot be accessed by the player. It was in this room, standing at the fireplace, that Thomas Andrews, the ship's designer, was reportedly last seen, although this has been disputed; this story, which was published in a 1912 book (Thomas Andrews: Shipbuilder) and therefore perpetuated, came from John Stewart, a steward on the ship who in fact left the ship in boat n. 15 at approximately 1:40 a.m.

There were testimonies of sightings of Andrews after that moment. It appears that Andrews stayed in the smoking room for some time to gather his thoughts, then he continued assisting with the evacuation. At around 2:00 AM, Andrews was seen back on the boat deck. The crowd had begun to stir, but there were still women reluctant to leave the ship. To be heard and to draw attention to himself, Andrews waved his arms and announced to them in a loud voice. Another reported sighting was of Andrews frantically throwing deck chairs into the ocean for passengers to use as floating devices. Andrews then headed towards the bridge perhaps searching for Captain Smith. Andrews was last seen leaving the ship at the last moment.

AccessibilityEdit

The Smoking Room can be accessed at any time during the course of the game. It is here the player meets Buick Riviera, who allows the player to play Blackjack with him. Later in the game, Blackjack must be played to earn the Boat Pass.

Despite the fact that the Smoking Room was exclusively for men, Beatrix Conkling can first be encountered here. She asks if Carlson is intimidated by women who smoke and will eventually relate the story of Shailagh Hacker.

After Carlson meets with Georgia in her cabin, Charles can be found here (or, if found on the Boat Deck, he'll invite Carlson to join him here) and will tell Carlson the truth behind Georgia's diamond necklace. It is here he remains until all of the lifeboats leave the ship, when he'll move out to the Boat Deck.

TriviaEdit

  • One of the cutscenes played during the sinking shows water breaking through a stained-glass window in this room. The windows along the inner wall were lit by electric lights from behind and were not open to any exterior of the ship.
Locations on the RMS Titanic
Map
 Boat Deck  Boat Deck | Bridge | Compass Tower | Engineers' Promenade | First Class Promenade | Grand Staircase | Gymnasium | Officers' Promenade | Second Class Promenade | Second Class Stairwell | Starboard Vestibule | Wireless Room
A-Deck  A-Deck | A-Deck Promenade | Corridors to First Class Lounge | First Class Lounge | Grand Staircase | Passenger Cabins | Second Class Stairwell | Smoking Room
B-Deck  B-Deck | Aft Grand Staircase | Café Parisien | Forecastle Deck | Grand Staircase | Passenger Cabins | Second Class Stairwell
C-Deck  C-Deck | Aft Grand Staircase | Grand Staircase | Passenger Cabins | Poop Deck | Purser's Office | Second Class Stairwell
D-Deck  D-Deck | First Class Reception | Grand Staircase | Passenger Cabins | Second Class Stairwell
E-Deck  E-Deck | Reception Stairs | Scotland Road | Second Class Stairwell
F-Deck  F-Deck | Corridor to Squash Court | Electric Bath | Passenger Cabins | Reception Stairs | Second Class Stairwell | Squash Court | Turkish Bath
G-Deck  G-Deck | Boiler Room | Cargo Hold | Control Room | Engine Room | False Smokestack | Turbine Room

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