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"What else can you repair?"
"This unit has several redundant mechanisms, but mechanical repairs, which this unit cannot provide, are highly advised. Currently operating at a ten percent efficiency. Currently restoring empathic interface programs."
"The unit will now return to sunlight to recharge its batteries." The drone starts flying off.
"Wait! Why were you turned off?" You rush to say.
"This unit was damaged due to teleportation into the high atmosphere, a magnetic blast, and the subsequent crash into a ship when levitation systems failed."
"Do you have any way to find a way back?"
"This unit was equiped with sensors to detect native Equestrian atmosphere."
"Fine." You sigh. "You can go."
"The unit will be on the ceiling of this building."
You watch it glide out in silence, the sounds of the boats reaching you quietly.
"Hm?" She doesn't turn to you, too focused in shuffling through a book.
"How's your lung?"
"My lung." She stops shuffling for a moment. "I'll be fine when we reach the town and find another medic."
"It's fine." She waits for you to answer and keeps shuffling when you don't. "I am the one who got caught."
"It was a bad situation."
"That it was." She stops shuffling to read.
"Was the blood of that thing... poisonous or something?"
"You might have some diarrhea later." She pauses for a moment, "Although my analysis might be off due to some... impurities on Seaweed's samples."
You cringe again.
"Sleep now, I'll let you off the bed after that."
"How long did I sleep?"
"Not long enough." She says simply.
"But my plants..."
"The parrot and Cas were talking about it earlier." She shrugs. "Sleep."
With a sigh, you shuffle on the bed until you find a more comfortable position. You dream of home.