Aldric's fingers flew over the keyboard has he navigated his way through the layers of security he had wrapped around his network. He wanted to check on the status of the simulation they had started running before they closed up shop for the night, or morning, depending on how you judged such things on a world without sunrise or sunset. It might have been faster to use the voice commands integrated into all data connections, but Aldric liked the old-fashioned feel of the keys clicking beneath his fingers. He was a proponent for innovation and efficiency, but a man had to draw the line somewhere.
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