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Regeneration Progress Log is a file in Dino Crisis 3.



Phase 1: Completed

I engineered several varieties of cell samples from the most human-like creatures. I then attempted to use these as a catalyst to regenerate human life. I failed. Human genes are frail. They were not meant to withstand cosmic rays.

Revised Phase 1: Completed

I discovered the genes of ancient organisms that are capable of surviving the cosmic rays. I have integrated these genes with a hybrid of human genes. These ancient life forms (referred to in my records as "dinosaurs") seem to have potential. I am preparing additional cultures for further testing.

Phase 2: Completed

My dinosaur clones, with their modified genes, are growing satisfactorily, though there seems to be some degree of vulnerability to cosmic rays. Having no human crew occupying the ship, I have chosen to release the enhanced clones in the Main Bridge area for further observation.

Phase 3: Completed

My research has borne fruit. I have succeeded in creating a human-based species that is capable of surviving the cosmic rays that destroyed the crew of the Ozymandias. To make room for my continuing research I have released the remainder of my modified dinosaur specimens throughout the ship.

Test: Completed

The Ozymandias is currently orbiting the planet, α2. I have begun to analyze its atmospheric and climatic environments. I have also sent the human hybrids to the surface to test their survivability.

Test Results:

α2 is a much harsher environment than my data had indicated. My human hybrids have failed to survive.

Phase 4: In Progress

Abandoning α2, I have selected a new destination for my "children". My memory banks indicate that there is a planet fully capable of sustaining human life forms. It is a planet called "Earth".

In order to support the colonization efforts of my children when we arrive there, I have commenced mass-production of the H-IIIA androids. The androids will service to nurture my children and raise them to adulthood.

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