April 26th, 2552 The Ship That Wasn’t There.
Survivor of The Second Twilight of the Gods Incident/Schrodinger’s Undead Kat Reporting
And just when you think you have a line on everything, someone pulls the rug out from under you. Just one of those things – a pilot landing their craft, only the deck went one way and the pilot— didn’t. He didn’t read the spin right, he relied on the readings instead of checking his sightlines, he believed the equipment and not his own instincts.
The only bright side in this abysmal lining is the fact that his black box recorded some sort of interference right before he crashed into something that wasn’t there.
Yeah, that sounds like our ‘friends’ that are almost not quite there are still in business. The question is – if they have this technology why aren’t they just using it? It’s obvious that they are leaps and bounds beyond us— why are they only trying to delete me and my ship?
On the bright side, the Artificial undead Kat doesn’t need sleep and can ponder these things late into the night with no side effects. I am not so lucky. I should be sleeping, but instead, I’m going over the ship and looking for signs of tampering.
Mathers is going over the data in the black box – Something tells me our little band of miscreants has grown by one.