The Gentleman's crew and their crib
I love the Hotel de Monaco/Au Revoir levels in Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine. The detail in Monaco never fails to impress me with each unique level, as well as both the shocking and subtle changes to the environment when switching narrators.
Penthouse Suite: (I didn’t get a screenshot of the front of the penthouse and I apologize for that. It’s mainly decorative items.)
The interesting part of the suite is the master table of plans that the crew has set up. Blueprints of buildings from their previous (and future) heists are spread across the tabletop for study and analysis. And of course, items. Stashed away in backpacks for easy access are EMP’s, wrenches, tranquilizer darts and bandages. First pick goes to the fastest thief.
Gentleman’s Room: The Gentleman has always been in charge and in control. Ready for every possible outcome (and essentially the one he deems fit best for the team), the Gent is the most prepared out of all the thieves. He sees everything — evidence of this in the newspapers tucked away in the corner of his room (keeping up with headlines) to the television broadcast. (Mostly likely following the Gendarme’s assault on the hotel at that very moment.) A bulletin board adorns the wall, covered with his personal notes, clippings and plans. His passport is set aside, as is a packed briefcase and a folder, possibly containing some of the crucial information/evidence that his team has recovered.
Hacker’s Room: Hacker’s room is immaculate. Hardly anything changes from the time he entered to the time he leaves. Everything has a proper place with nothing in excess. While it might appear plain, I think this is a nod to the Cleaner and what can be assumed as a desperate need to keep things tidy in any living space. His room also features the most technology, (A laptop, tablet, and television) as makes sense for his talents and speciality.
Mole’s Room: Mole has the dirtiest room with food and drink strewn about with little care. it’s safe to assume, he’s had more than his share of wine that evening, perhaps too confident in their plan for a sober mind. The vast amount of food is for his size. Built on muscle, he needs to consume a lot in order to keep that energy up and running since he is the one doing most of the physical work. All the digging is bound to tire anyone out! ( -Locksmith)
Redhead’s Room: Redhead’s room is my favourite. A bouquet of roses can be seen on a dresser, potentially sent by an unknown . It could easily have been placed there with genuine care, but considering the amount of people Redhead cycles through charming each and every day, there’s a point in time where these items become meaningless. The image of Redhead tossing bundles of flowers to the side after flipping through countless love letters and wrapped gifts makes me smile. Her passport is laid out across the bed, in plain sight, similar to the Gentleman.
Oh, and there’s a bit of money for everyone. Back-up funds in case the policing force of Monaco is ever coming at you with shotguns and dogs.