Another noob question here but in terms of plot development (and not necessarily off an f-bomb or the like) is there a line I should draw in terms of how I should consider twists and turns in the story relevant to maturity in regard to finishing my Steamworks documentation? And no, sexism is not involved either - this is more of a question of scenario design. Reason I ask is because I basically have someone go full cardiac (heart attack jack, to be specific) and the way it is written doesn't spell out what it is beyond the fact that it ends up being the so-called "widow-maker affront" in terms of its medical significance. Also involved here is a similar situation that I saved for the second quest where it makes more sense from the perspective of plot development as a crew member heads out to recover her associate's car, and the analysis prior to recovery initiation shows no sign for concern off the wiring and the internals inconclusive beyond normal expectation... but it turns out instead that (BAM!) someone's a pro at doing car bombs, meaning there was no clear reason to suspect based on evidence alone. Any idea on how to handle the maturity question off these two particular twists?