Caught up again. Wow is there some change of mood from one entry to the next. Talon's having quite an emotional rollercoaster of a time. At least he's gotten to spend some time with his family. Interesting that they aren't supposed to use that particular weapon on an individual. Is it to try and avoid blowing up bystanders too, or is the resulting mess just considered too horrible? I mean, I'm sure it's awful, but Talon and other commenters have a point -- pretty sure the dead guy would find it equally bad if it wasn't messy!