The tissue (enhancement?) are now being proccessed at a level 3 growth rate. I was very (pleased?) with the results of our last group. I am finally feeling as though we are making progress. We had a minor (glitch?) with the medical systems shortly after our encounter with the Terran ship, but the internal network seems to be working correctly now and my work has not been disrupted too severely.
The last of the Terran crew have been brought aboard. I am very (excited?) to begin work on them. If we have even a fraction of the success we had before, it might be possible to make great (leaps?) forward in our research. We plan to start work on the Terran body we recovered from space (yesterday?) It would appear it was discarded by way of interspace teleport. I find this (puzzling?), considering the fact that we had disabled all power from the Terran vessel. The Terran body is believed to be a (bio-mechanical hybrid?) which might explain this anomaly. There are (rumors?) aboard the ship that this might be an artifact from the great defeat at Lh'owon, but I try not to listen.
Incoming Message from Alexander... Let me start by telling you how smart I am: I transported you into space ( I know you weren't happy about that. let's let bygones be bygones ) and then shielded your life signs from the Pfhor sensors. They naively assumed you were yesterday's garbage and beamed you aboard. I don't think this ship is a military vessel. They didn't bother disarming you because you are "obviously" dead. This fortunate mistake on their part works well for us on several levels: A) You were teleported into the brig. The ship's prison is highly automated and not very well guarded. Thus, I was able to override your cell door. B) As you are assumed to be dead, you have the surprise factor working in your favor. This will probably change as they start to monitor all the switches you will be flipping, as well as the dead bodies that will most likey pile up. C) You are now in a very good position to gather some information for me. I need you to thoroughly explore this ship and access as many of their computer terminals as possible. Kill all resistance. this is a pretty small ship for a Pfhor design, so you should be able to remove all the Pfhor from this ship. If you can find your way onto the bridge, I can teleport you out from there. ...and yes, I will try to transport as much ammo as I can to you. I know how pissy you get when you run low.
Since contact, there has been a lot of debate about Pfhor ship construction. There are certain scientific factions that believe the Pfhor even grow their ships through some elaborate, space-born, chemical soup. Either way, human technology still has a difficult time performing internal scans on the Pfhor vessels. This external image should give you some idea of your whereabouts. The circled area is the point inside the ship you were transported to. You should find the bridge many levels up.
This is a very small ship. They can sometimes reach sizes as large as 2 Kilometers, so I suspect that this is some sort of science vessel.
Hey! You never said if you liked my new Signon Logo or not. Here I went and made myself all pretty for you... It's OK... the other guys never let me dress up....
We lost yet another worker in the (plasma baths?) today. If this keeps up I will have no choice but to talk to my supervisor about the (quality?) of the workers we clone. I may even suggest a new strain of gene enhancement, as this group is by far the (unable to translate) yet. I am tempted to go as far as train some of the captured terrans to do the filter (cleansing?), even though they posess far too many digits.
We have plotted the course and have begun accelerating towards the fifth planet in this system at 2 (gravities?). There have received reports that the (artifact?) that was brought aboard was not sufficiently killed and has been causing problems aboard the ship. I (trust?) that security will be able to neutralize the intruder before it reaches the bridge.
Engineering reports that we have suffered some minor (energy spikes?) in one of the engine rooms, but that it is now safe to proceed on our original course. I (suppose?) another worker fell into the (plasma baths?) again. We are begining acceleration towards the fifth planet of this star system. I have (inquired?) with my superiors regarding our mission there, but they all seem to be very (secretive?) about why we are going there.
Our long-range probes have reported something we did not (expect?): The fifth planet of this system appears to have evidence of (sentient?) life. A small group of ruins on the planets surface indicate that a city or outpost once existed there. Already I have notified the (magistrate?) and sent a message to the nearest Pfhor fleet to conduct a full exploration of this world.
We have recieved your message regarding the (structures?) on a planet in the star system you occupy. We have sent a small (section?) of our fleet to help you gather as much information as possible about this planet. We have accknowledged your report that there is also Terran activity in this (sector?) and have armed ourselves accordingly.
WARNING: An armed intruder has boarded the ship and has made it's way towards the bridge. Any armed crew are ordered to (elliminate?) this threat without hesitation. Failure to do so will result in immediate (disassembly?) and expulsion from the ship. The fleet from Pfhor Arm Ka'Tahl-672 has sent (reinforcements?), but it is unlikely that they will rendevous with us before we reach the planet.
While you were having all the fun, I was busy uploading my entire personality onto this science vessel. I am going to teleport you to the surface of the planet to see if we can learn anything before the Pfhor do