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|"No Rest For The Wicked"|
|*SIM Type: Station-Based Roleplay|
|*Production number: ALE-RP007|
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|*Previous Mission: The Shadow of Death|
|*Next Mission: Dark Day|
|*SIM Concept: Verbum Willowind|
|*Historian: Verbum Willowind|
Commander Willowind recieves critical surgery that would ideally allow him to move again. With Ensign Forsythe in Command, Alexandria is left to deal with the mystery of the strange signals that appear to be having a strange effect on the station's computers and the artifical officers aboard.
((Log Made with Neural Interface))
Its been over a week since my encounter with the Etherium. The destruction of my homeworld has had a negative effect on me. However I believe I might be in more of a state of shock then one of pain or grief.
Repairs to Alexandria are proceeding at a fast pace. 52% of the damaged EPS network has been repaired and our long range communications are back online. However we are still running at lower then avarage capacity.
We have also began to pick up strange, intermittent signals that seem almost impossible to decrypt. These will have to be analysed by science in order to discover their fuction. Still no word from the ship that we sent out to investigate Armagosa III, I fear they may have become victims of the Etherium.
Today is the day that I recieve surgery for my disorder, I have full confidence in Doctor Landfall's ability to help me regain the use of my legs and arms. I respect him tremedously and I want him to know that whatever the outcome, this crew has preformed admirably.
End Station Log
Doctor Morath Landfall finally conducted surgery on Ensign Verbum Willowind. He discovered that the fragments lodged in his C5 were impeading repair to his spinal cord. He slowly began to remove them one at a time until they were all gone. Willowind slowly began to recover the strength back in his legs which in turn allowed him to sit slightly upright.
The Doctor then started to regenerate his spinal cord, causing massive pain to the Commander but allowing him to move again. He took his vitals off the computer and he started breathing for himself again, his voice slowly returning. The surgery was considered a success, with Doctor Morath remarking that it would take several days for his nervous system to return to normal however the Commander would regain 96% mobility.
Meanwhile, the crew of Alexandria...
Jupiter Class Station - http://www.trekmania.net/art/nebula_class_variant_ii.htm