Objectively, it's not very important at all, it's just an offhand reference in the U.A. To be clear, most people interpret it as referring to a concealed storey between the penthouse and the roof, not literally just the flat roof. The feeling is that this helps to rationalise why there would be a secret passage leading from the Baudelaire mansion to an otherwise random location, and why it should be so important to protect the penthouse floor.
Post by jeanlucio10 on Sept 17, 2019 9:18:13 GMT -5
Yes ... That makes sense. I think this floor would be accessed via the lift from the penthouse. Thus, the secret base of VFD would be accessible only through the penthouse, and by no other means.
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But it wasn't through the penthouse... it was just at the top of the stairs. Theoretically, anyone with access to the building could walk up there. Although I guess if you didn't live up there, you really wouldn't have a reason to go up there. But yes about what Dante said, it's not just the roof, there is a secret story before the roof, I think.
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