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For trying to steal the Company’s top-secret records, Johnny is punished with incarceration in a light-up go-go cage on Spring Hill.
But thanks to the ever-awesome Pawter, Johnny is sprung free. And those were the last days of disco.
Under Delle Seyah’s orders, Jelco initiates the wall program. He’s a real sore loser.
On Leith, Dutch questions Olin about this Aneela character the kill box directed her to smoke. The name sends Olin into a frenzy.
But after the frenzy, Olin scribbles a ton of characters on the wall of his cell. The hieroglyphics translate into a map of Arkyn. That’s where Dutch must go.
D’avin, Alvis and Dutch investigate a defunct lab, where test subjects were pumped full of the same green plasma the army shot D’avin up with. These subjects are all virtually dead, though.
The team stumble upon one of the ancient monks who went to Arkyn to fight “the devil.” This one got trapped behind a wall proto-type, and the others…well, that was in the last slide.
Unfortunately, the team are not able to get much info out of this monk before he lunges at Dutch thinking she’s Aneela. Because apparently Aneela is the devil. Who knew?
Arune drops in on Pawter and Johnny, who are taking a little break after hunting for whatever poison the company plans on infecting Old Town’s food rations with. Except what if it’s not the food…?
The monk, now restrained and calmed down, is able to answer some of Dutch’s questions. When she brings up Aneela’s relationship to Khylen, the monk says she called him…father.
Jelco crashes the party and shoots Arune to prove a point: the wall around Old Town is pumping out a complacency signal that makes its inhabitants pretty much unconcerned with everything. Pawter and Johnny have already gotten their dose of it.
While everybody is really living in agony, they feel like a million bucks! Something’s not right, but Pawter and Johnny are too high to notice.