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John explains to Rygel what is happening, and Rygel says that Moya better hurry because Elack's knackered; they need to get off her soon. External comms are suddenly cut off because systems are starting to shut down; Sikozu is trying to get John's module started in case they might need it.
 
John explains to Rygel what is happening, and Rygel says that Moya better hurry because Elack's knackered; they need to get off her soon. External comms are suddenly cut off because systems are starting to shut down; Sikozu is trying to get John's module started in case they might need it.
   
On a Command Carrier, Braca shows Grayza a message that they intercepted; it's from Vella to Moya telling them to retrieve Crichton and the others as soon as possible. Grayza tells Braca that he was right - they did follow the Interion to the planet. She tells him to get them there in five arns, but first to see something. She has Scorpius in the Aurora Chair, where he says he finds her amateur attempts at torture most pleasurable. She says that maybe he can withstand it, maybe not, but the rod she has will make it all the more difficult. Braca inserts a yellow rod into Scorpius' coolant system, and Scorpius pleads with Braca not to do it because "I made you", but Braca retorts, "No, I made you". Grayza is confident that now he will tell her all the secrets about Crichton that he's holding on to because he fears that by revealing them he will then be killed, and he's probably right.
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On a Command Carrier, Braca shows Grayza (see log Lambs to the Slaughter) a message that they intercepted; it's from Vella to Moya telling them to retrieve Crichton and the others as soon as possible. Grayza tells Braca that he was right - they did follow the Interion to the planet. She tells him to get them there in five arns, but first to see something. She has Scorpius in the Aurora Chair, where he says he finds her amateur attempts at torture most pleasurable. She says that maybe he can withstand it, maybe not, but the rod she has will make it all the more difficult. Braca inserts a yellow rod into Scorpius' coolant system, and Scorpius pleads with Braca not to do it because "I made you", but Braca retorts, "No, I made you". Grayza is confident that now he will tell her all the secrets about Crichton that he's holding on to because he fears that by revealing them he will then be killed, and he's probably right.
   
 
Crichton finds the Old Woman, and also the creature, Oo-Nii. She tries to get it to scatter, and then with a bit of prodding she remembers who John is. She tells him to ask Pilot the details of what happened to Moya because she needs to follow Vella. She tells him she is 293 cycles old, and anytime there is goodness it will be destroyed by a cause, or a weapon, and she won't let Vella have it. John says that he might've stopped Aeryn if he'd known about her pregnancy sooner, since she's carrying his child. The Old Woman says that she just wanted him to accept Aeryn's decision. She then spots and snaps up a small one-claw-legged snail-like creature (a [[Lakah]]) crawling up the wall nearby, crushes off it's shell and tells John that it's insides contain a substance ("Distillate of Lakah") that, when shoved up the nose, will help him forget Aeryn/everything for some time. She offers him that as an alternative, which after a moment's hesitation he refuses. Then tells him to ask Vella "If all the priests died here, why are there no bones?"
 
Crichton finds the Old Woman, and also the creature, Oo-Nii. She tries to get it to scatter, and then with a bit of prodding she remembers who John is. She tells him to ask Pilot the details of what happened to Moya because she needs to follow Vella. She tells him she is 293 cycles old, and anytime there is goodness it will be destroyed by a cause, or a weapon, and she won't let Vella have it. John says that he might've stopped Aeryn if he'd known about her pregnancy sooner, since she's carrying his child. The Old Woman says that she just wanted him to accept Aeryn's decision. She then spots and snaps up a small one-claw-legged snail-like creature (a [[Lakah]]) crawling up the wall nearby, crushes off it's shell and tells John that it's insides contain a substance ("Distillate of Lakah") that, when shoved up the nose, will help him forget Aeryn/everything for some time. She offers him that as an alternative, which after a moment's hesitation he refuses. Then tells him to ask Vella "If all the priests died here, why are there no bones?"
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