KASSIDY

Rise and shine, operator.

KASSIDY

Don’t they think if I could get out in time that I would’ve done it myself? Tell them to wait - they’ll just draw attention to themselves if they do it now.

KASSIDY

It could be worse. I’ve locked myself in a side room, the water’s coming in much slower here. If I’m lucky, the blood loss and the cold will kill me before I can learn what drowning feels like.

KASSIDY

I managed to collect some data on that thing.

KASSIDY

... No, you listen to me - my body’s betraying me, it’s decorating the floor with my blood. Let me have this.

KASSIDY

Let me control where my oxygen goes.

KASSIDY

I’m sorry to say it’s from my experiment - although how it turned into this thing, this vicious mass of crystal, I don’t know. And I don’t have time to hypothesise.

KASSIDY

It seems to have no concern for its own safety - it walked right through some damaged power conduits, didn’t even flinch when it burned halfway up its leg.

KASSIDY

The only thing that seems to slow it down is water. Which is a little bit funny, don’t you think? Considering we’re surrounded by it.

KASSIDY

Listen, you can’t let this thing escape. I won’t have a murderous titan be my legacy, and I don’t think it’ll leave the crew alone if they get away. They’re innocent people.

KASSIDY

Well, most of them.

KASSIDY

And then you have to find out why this happened. For me.

KASSIDY

I’ve never wasted words on science. Ever.

KASSIDY

I want to sleep now. Tell me a bedtime story, operator.

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Sound Design and Composition by

Nick Kumashov

Scene 2A Kassidy Compilation

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