It's in the marines' best interest to keep this facility intact. This machine is already heavily damaged and
emits toxic fumes. The emergency control has kicked in and supports the machine with necessary energy, to maintain
the process. The energy flow can be interrupted by destroying the conduit. Once destroyed, the whole level will
be flooded with toxic, caustic gas. The emergency control boasts 7 such conduits that can be connected to the converter by
the corresponding levers to reestablish normal atmosphere. If all conduits have been used up, the level remains flooded.
In addition the machine is sensitive to explosives. Marines should avoid using explosive ammunition when firing at the
machine's bulk. The internal spare conduits might be destroyed, causing gas leaks.