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Message no. 1
From: "David J. Altman" <khanx@******.COM>
Subject: Wyrm Solarial
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 1993 11:50:18 PST
- Whats happening with the Wyrm-Solarial plot ???? Would the person running this
thing please drop me a private line . .. we have some things to discuss.

Message no. 2
From: The Wyrm Ouroboros <mehaffhm@******.SAN.UC.EDU>
Subject: Re: Wyrm Solarial
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1993 09:47:07 -0500
>In any case, Prometheus, Dr. Aquaria, Seneshal, I read your reports . . . they
>are disturbing if true (which I'm sure they are). While this is a problem, it
>is not necessarily a fatal one. I want you to get any, and all, information you
>can get. Next use this to get me a name or number or location. Soon. My
>absense almost cost me the Candidacy as it is. No foul ups. But once we have
>the clues I want to intitiate an Isolate or Contact operation, NOT, I repeat,
>NOT a Sweep or Neutralize operation. I don't want . . . . to make THAT mistake
>again. After a successful I or C, I want to be called personally -- I'll
>handle it from there on.
>By the way, thank you for your efforts on my behalf. I have never had a better

Well, see, I'd actually post.....


I can comprehend a Neutralize -- kill the fragger. Sweep I don't quite
understand, but since it isn't an option, hey, it isn't an option.

So send me some help, here.....

The (Undead) Wyrm of the .Net
Message no. 3
From: "David J. Altman" <khanx@******.COM>
Subject: Wyrm Solarial
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1993 15:33:23 PST
Essentially (due to Solarial's New Orleans trip - and conversation) Solarial
is trying to Find/Sweep and Contact/contact Wyrm rather than neutralize Wyrm.
Although Solarial still wants to accomplish his goals . . . he no longer
considers killing Wyrm an option (maybe kidnapping, but not killing).



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