"Sil," She felt briefly the weight of the beads around her neck, the niggling temptation to approach a higher power and ask. She pushed the thought aside. They could not go to him for every problem they had, complain and demand answers - it would be an insult to do so. No, she reasoned, he would be a last resort for guidance when all their other avenues to look down for knowledge had run dry. Besides, she knew he was observing in one form or another. Her lip gave a small curl in comfort to that notion, "I'll let you watch for now. I'm sure you'll interrupt if you need to."
The Thegn moved to the table that took up the space and began spreading of sheets of parchment upon it. She had sent some runners to go and obtain her some more writing equipment and supplies for sampling, another to find books on diseases - she was not about to leave and risk others -, but they had yet to return. A clink as the quill was taken up, her eyes narrowing as she calculated her thoughts and began to write.
- Control Subject. A normal human being who is neither Silurian nor a Sil worshipper. Must have not have come in contact with Silurians. Obtain full analysis of, including blood sample. This is a standardized control to be used to compare other samples against.
- Silurian uninfected and infected sampling. Check and record symptoms. Full analysis of individuals. For those infected record the life cycle of the ailment in question. Collect blood samples. Uninfected Silurian samples are to be compared against control subject results for any anomalies. Proceed to compare samples against infected. Also check infected blood for any poisonous properties.
- Test Subject Sampling: Fallon Skylar. Obtain blood samples, conduct full analysis. Compare results with previously mentioned. Further tests dependant upon results.