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Argonaut: Part 4

“Trilobite Six to Kraken Two. We have a situation.” “Kraken Two. Go ahead.” “Upon inspection Intrepid IV discovered a large hole located below the waterline on the starboard hull. Trilobite Six and 49 entered and began secondary interior assessment.” Stromberg paused. “A second hole was discovered inside the ship, destroying the door to the interior […]

Argonaut: Part 3

Inside the room, the boy lay trembling in the corner, clutching a large can of something to its chest with one arm. The other pressed in on his ears, frantically wriggling his palm into his temple. He alternated every few seconds, as if to even the burden between his two hands. He could not have […]

Argonaut: Part 2

Outside the control room, the distant glowing of faraway beacons intensified once again into a swarm of blinding lights as two Trilobites touched down upon the wrecked hull of the Argonaut. Diving sleds and armored rescuers disengaged their locks, and pairs parted to do their respective trades. The armored rescuers now plodded along the deck, […]

Argonaut: Part 1

The immense steel beast disappeared beneath the ebbing waves long before help arrived. No traces of debris, wreckage or crew from the doomed cargo ship Argonaut floated above the surface, eighty miles off the coast of Somalia.

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Did you know that I’ve never told a lie? All my life, I’ve always tried to tell the absolute truth. I’ve never told a lie to benefit myself, or to benefit others. And that’s the truth.

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