In the Washington DC area, a school bus transporting twenty-four high school students home after school is commandeered. The GPS on the bus is disabled, meaning that the bus disappears without a trace along with all its passengers, which not only includes the students, but also the driver, Roy Webster, and the bus monitor, Carol Roberts. Cell phone calls to the students are unanswered. The bus and the cell phones are eventually found, but the twenty-six are nowhere to be found. Initially the BAU believes the abduction has something to do with a previous altercation between Webster and the students, which resulted in the need for the bus monitor. However as the BAU gathers evidence on the case, Rossi notices that much of that evidence is remarkably similar to a video game called Gods of Combat, pointing to the suspicion that the unsubs are extreme gamers who are turning their love of the game into reality. So the team delves into the psyche of gamers and the codes by which they live in... Written by
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This episode features Devon Werkheiser, the star of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide. The episode before this one, The Fallen, featured Meshach Taylor, whom was featured as a cast member of Ned's Declassified. See more
3 people died- Trent, the one brother, and the pawn, but we only see the coroners bring the bodies of Trent and the brother out, and only these 2 are mentioned to be dead. See more
Abducting a bus, a form of transportation, gas masks, shock collars. Dividing people into teams. This sounds a lot like, "Gods of Combat." This is a video game.