Gennadiya stood in the room that she had taken over as a laboratory. It was a rather hapdash kind of place, Genna hadn’t planned on leading up a research into the biology of these flametouched monsters. She had original done her first autopsy so she could research into better ways to kill the creatures in an effort to save more life. She should have known better then to start on it. No on else had wanted to do so suddenly she found herself as the expert. Which wasn’t the best Genna though. She had done medicine research for arcs now and helped with other people research but hadn’t ever really led a project so it was her work room had assembled slowly over time.
To also be fair Genna primary occupation here was as a healer and so when needed her research would be abandoned. To help keep soldiers alive. On this trial she had been informed that she had found herself with time, and another creature for her to take apart. Genna had firmly informed them that they were NOT to drop it on her table waiting for her to get to it. Now she was aware that when the creature was killed, she would have to look into it quickly or else lose the sample, and so she was here today.
In the center of the room was the examination table. The blond-haired healer cursed that table as she really hatted scrubbing the stupid thing after each autopsy. The cleaner’s attitude was like why clean the butchers table. Genna didn’t want her research contaminated so after each session she personally made sure it was cleaned and the remains of these monsters completely deposed off. The table occupied the center of the room with plenty of room to move around its four sides so that there would be easy access to any part of the creature with out having to move it. She had confiscated a few bookcase and little shelves to hold items she needed. There was a small end table with a chair shoved under it where Genna could write notes as she came to various stopping points.
She had a shelf with bottles filled with alcohol filled with parts that she had thought about researching more but hadn’t really had a chance to. Other selves held the notebooks that she had made notes in. The small quantity of books showed a reflection of the slowness process not Genna’s unwillingness to take notes. Genna had learned from Faith and understood the importance. Though at this point most them were observations. There were other books of course that she had borrowed from the library about previous encounters with these creatures.
Genna herself was dressed in browns, the best color to hide gore, with a pair of clean gloves, and her hair up and out of the way. Currently she was waiting for the man who brough her the beast’s body to arrive with the ugly thing. Genna did find the verity and different shapes of these things quite unique, which made her very suspicious that they weren’t natural. The physiological part of her training really did make her wonder if they weren’t the by product of something other than nature.
While waiting Genna sat down at her small desk and began her entries about todays autopsy.