Tucker Cummings

Chapter 151: Chinks in the Armor

In Uncategorized on May 31, 2011 at 10:12 am

“Yeah, pretty much,” says M2. “On the plus side, the emitter program keeps a record of which landings are safe, and which place us under siege. When it jumps, it avoids spots we know to be dangerous.”

“I also have the emitter program connected to the medical database, so it selects destinations based on our current inventory. So if we need to restock our stores, it takes us to an area where we can gather raw materials or purchase fresh supplies,” adds the good doctor.

“But we’re dead in the water unless we tighten up downtime between cycles,” I grumble.

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