07 August 2012 @ 11:07 pm
Further Experiments  
[Action: Hardware Store]

[Mordin is systematically making his way through the hardware store, scanning every item on the shelf with his omnitool. Most are rejected out of hand, but some, notably fertilizers, find their way into his cart.]

Potential. Crude, but will suffice.

[Action: Grocery Store]

[A similar scene plays out in the grocery aisle]

Suitable medium. Further reaction... yes, effective.
10 June 2012 @ 01:58 pm

Apparent major contagion loose. Would appreciate any information or samples available. Will be at hospital if needed.

[Action: Hospital]

[Mordin has taken over a section of the hospital and is moving around analyzing whatever he's been able to find in an attempt to devise a cure]

Could try... no, no resources. Will perservere. Still have brain. Most important part.
14 April 2012 @ 05:59 pm
No Salarian Body for YOU: Backdated to Friday  
[769 Bunker Street]

[Barely a week after getting his correct physiology back, Mordin has found himself in the wrong body again. He'll head for the kitchen, seeking his default coping strategy]

Stimulant required. Unnatural events.

[Around Mayfield]

[Mordin still stops occasionally to test the body's capabilities, but generally is on a mission.]

Seeking Salarian. Unless additional mathematical complexity. Regardless, finding correct body desirable.
11 March 2012 @ 10:31 pm
[Action: 1123 Taylor]

[Mordin wakes and immediately has some fairly major questions. Which he asks himself as he moves through the house.]

Mammalian physiology. Slow metabolism. Can barely feel heartbeat. Fascinating.

[He spots the pictures]

False history? Likely indoctrination technique. Less pressing than physiology. No known research into that.

[Action: Streets of Mayfield]

[Mordin is running down the street. Jumping over things. Climbing things. Generally testing his human body.]

Sluggish. Cumbersome. Unnatural. Amazing humans survive combat.

[Action: Edge of town]

[Mordin is now examining the way the town wraps on itself. And still talking.]

Miniturized mass relay? No, no, too seamless. No obvious transition. Fascinating. Exceeds all known technology.