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  • He would take whatever help he was offered if it meant getting his hands on the diapson crystals.

    Morgawr

  • Redden Alt Mer and his Rovers had cut short the repairs to the Jerle Shannara last night, installed the recovered diapson crystals early this morning, and lifted off at first light.

    Morgawr

  • No working diapson crystal in the fore port parse tube, so to balance the loss of power from the left he was forced to shut down its opposite number.

    Morgawr

  • He had considered and reconsidered every option he could think of that would let him bypass the Graak and retrieve the diapson crystals they needed to get airborne again.

    Morgawr

  • Quentin could not make out the contents, but assumed they were the diapson crystals.

    Morgawr

  • He had only a vague idea of where to look for Jahnon's body and the missing diapson crystals, so the best they could do was to navigate in that general direction and hope they got lucky.

    Morgawr

  • The radian draws hummed as they funneled the ambient light into the parse tubes and the diapson crystals turned it to energy, a peculiar, tinny sound.

    Morgawr

  • "We lost all the spare diapson crystals through the tear in the hull," he announced sullenly.

    Morgawr

  • Now that they had replaced the damaged diapson crystals with the ones they had recovered from the Crake, they were able to fly the airship at full power.

    Morgawr

  • The ambient-light sails had been kept furled during the past few days, and no new power had been gathered for the diapson crystals.

    Morgawr

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