I had traced Bouchard's path through the conversion facility by following the transport tubes and their currents. But when I dropped into the flooded channels, I lost my bearings. But then I found her necklace, and I knew I was close. The little trinket showed a woman carrying a cornucopia. In a quiet moment days later, I gave it back to Raine, and she explained it. The female was Rosmerta, goddess of fertility and abundance, who sometimes 'kept the company of Mercury'. In my analysis, Raine was Rosmerta, but I'm still not sure who played the role of Mercury....Mallery or me.
-- Journal Entry, 01 September, 1951 -- James Grayson