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  • His gear—and sufficient supplies to last him for a week—was stacked in a pile next to the cell-ship less than half an hour later.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • “I could spend a year with that drive,” he said to Trip, gesturing toward the cell-ship.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • Get in the cell-ship, and find Enterprise ourselves.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • He turned the turbolift right around, and went right to the cell-ship.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • The cell-ship shuddered under his control again—stopped almost dead, then started forward once more.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • The cell-ship shuddered, and dropped like a stone.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • “I know you have plans for the cell-ship, Trip, once you find Enterprise.”

    Daedalus’s Children

  • And then he and Neesa were all alone, standing in the shadow of the cell-ship, the command center behind them blocked from view.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • Every device aboard the cell-ship, cloak included, was black-box technology to them.

    Daedalus’s Children

  • Then he loaded up the cell-ship, climbed inside, and sealed the hatch.

    Daedalus’s Children

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