Data Recorder

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Data Recorder

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Location
Sorrowful Sound
(Bloodtide Coast)
Interact
Yes
Destructible
No
Data Recorders are devices that were used by Professor Portmatt to record his thoughts. They can be found scattered throughout his underwater lab in the Sorrowful Sound.

Location[edit]

Kryta

Dialogue[edit]

Entry 47: I believe I have discovered the perfect location for trial 16. The geo-magnetical readouts are very, very promising.
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Rather unfortunate, it is, that I'm not the first to make this discovery. I saw Inquest technology nearby. Security measures will be required.
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Entry 14: I've made gross under-estimations of the raw power requirement necessary to catalyze a core reaction underwater. I need more power–and fast!
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I could make reductions in defense grid consumption. The shielding matrix was, perhaps, a bit overzealous. Then again, a complete failure could be disastrous.
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Excelsior! I'll reduce drain by cycling panels. If anyone tries to get in, they'll surely get stuck. Only a genius could find a hole in my patterns!
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Entry 49: It works; the core is stable! Not that I'm surprised. It was only a matter of time. My success, however, is dampened by a nagging fear.
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This technology has devastating ramifications. I can't let anyone get their filthy hands on this device. I'll have to protect it somehow.
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A verification sequence is far too easy to reverse engineer. I'll need something a bit more...powerful.
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Entry 228: Fluctuations in the core's orientation and magnitude represent boundless possibility. Early tests were...well, I never did see the first test subject again.
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After greatly reducing magnitude, I'm quite happy to report that the next round of subjects were transported into the sheet rock nearby!
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Calibration is now locked to a series of semi-safe settings. Adjustments are carefully...difficult to make. I would fix it, but I can just as easily work around the problem.
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...declination forty-nine, point...
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...middling magnitude of point zero twenty two...
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...right ascension...what? Who left this thing on?
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Entry 555: I don't know how you did it, but you've clearly infiltrated my lab and mastered control of the one-way gate.
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I intend to conduct one final test of this device, a true demonstration of its power. When I return, I will dismantle it.
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Do not share your discovery of my laboratory. Certainly, you understand that there are those who would use it for evil.
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Notes[edit]

  • The entry numbers 14, 49 and 228 are the correct main components of the coordinates needed for solving the Professor Portmatt's Lab jumping puzzle.