After Kage had brought her up to speed, Patch decided to share what she'd seen with the group. It was a bit difficult for her, since the memories now seemed like an unpleasant out-of-body experience, and she struggled to remember the finer details. But she tried her best to describe it all: the auxiliary base that had self-destructed, the infinitely expanding room full of experiments, the cylinders she'd found with elderly captives inside, and the room with the young girl and her "teacher."
"I doubt I'd be able to do much, either," Patch replied. "Sorry, this is just so sudden... and after everything else that's happened, I'm having trouble thinking clearly..."Beathra gave a warm, quiet nod to Patch's statement and turned his attention to the details of their current predicament.
"The children will have to wait for now." He said. "If they are here, then our immediate goal should still be to stop the station from falling. Alas, I have no skill with computers. I could, perhaps, call upon the air to slow us, but... well... I am no god. It would be no great help."