Katherine, along with Ajeeta Kothari and Jay Varma had the remains of the bomb victims transported to their laboratory for forensic examination, to determine the identity of the victims and perpetrator.
Katherine had taken the two new refugees to her friend Jay Varma’s laboratory, as Jay is an expert on cloned technology, and the most qualified on board the Kyuunansen to help with Aamiina’s injuries. (Unbound Boxes Limping Gods is back after a break. Thank you to everyone for your support. The writer gives life to a story, the reader keeps it alive.)
Katherine had analysed the blood of the newest refugees and found both women to have no sign of the Amanojuko virus.
Despite it being two o’clock in the morning, Katherine hammers on Jay’s cabin door, after her encounter with the family who claim she is responsible for saving their daughter. Katherine needs answers. (This issue is dedicated to Rainbow Railroad, a charity set up in Canada to enable people from the LGBTQI community to escape from persecution and relocate to safer countries.)
The Guild Master’s General returns Katherine to the safety of the Kyuunansen ship, after showing her a future world, which resembled heaven. (This issue is dedicated to my dad, Eric Moore, who died 25 years ago today, the day after my 21st Birthday. Alexand and Heyem were (or will be) born on 2nd December, so this day represents both death and life. Love outlasts death.)
Katherine returned to her apartment to attempt to digest all the events of the past few hours on board the Kyuunansen. She is alone, with her cat, getting acquainted with him, contemplating her future on the ship, and the prospect of a drug, which reverses the ageing process.