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Grayza decided to stack the deck by modifying herself so she could have the advantage in any encounter with Crichton, as well as correct any aspects of herself she didn't like. Deciding it was time to test out the aspect of the ring by writing out a new truth. So she went to her computer and access a private log before she began to write out the new existance she had decided on.
Mele-on Grayza has an one of a kind Heppel Oil gland which was experiment once it had been implanted in her. Normally the Heppel Oil from the gland only affects males and shortens the life of the person implanted with it. It in fact lengthed Mele-on's life by the same amount it should have shorten it, allowed her to retain her youth and beauty, as well as develop the rare version of the oil which can effect any living being of any gender.
Mele-on instantly knows any changes in the reality/truth as well as the past version. This has no negative effect on her mind in any way.
There was not an apparent change in her room, but he mind was filled with the true effects of her actions. Her advancement up the ranks had happened quicker now that she could seduce all of the people she came into contact with, rather then just half of them. She had gained the rank of Commandant at a younger age and had greater influence on the High Council and High Command then even the Grand Chancellor. Even had still fallen in similar to before, no major changes in the universe yet.
Mele-on is one of the most brilliant minds in the universe with expertise with biological, chemical and bio-chemical diciplines. She is also twice as much strength, speed, agility, endurance and stamina. She is a master of all technology use by the Peacekeepers and their enemies.
Mele-on also has the same knowledge and information on Earth, it's science and it's culture as John Crichton.
Information surged as she gained skills which advanced her power as well as understand how to mix other chemicals or biologicals with her Heppel Oil to change and/or improve their effects. Technology was also a useful tool. It was the information on Earth which was of use. It was surprising how their culture differed from those the Peacekeepers has experience. But it allowed her to see the strength and weakness of John Crichton.
She pulled back from the computer for a moment before she locked the entry under encryption. She had dealt herself some more cards, had more tools. Including some mysteries for others to discover.
'Now it is time to begin the hunt!' she thought as she searched her memories and the logs for the current locations and activities of John Crichton and Aeryn Sun.
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