A few last words on the transport @Tamu Razael's grim look relaxed slightly at the the Minotaurs advising words, changing into something more akin to stubbornness. To an outsider there would hardly be a distiction, but astartes weren't generall known for exaggerated grimaces. "That might be true, but as a representative of the Deathwatch it is my duty to at least attempt to warn even the esteemed adeptus mechanicus." @WanderingJester He turned back towards the adept on screen. "Which I'm sure will take appropiate measures to keep this kind of situation from happening in the future." He would definetly report this to the Watch Fortress on Haltmoat after this mission. The Adeptus Mechanicus might be an esteemed ally of the Imperium of Man, but dealing with Xenos of this calibre was definetly Deathwatch territory. Infiltration, a solo mission? Razael nodded when he compared the hallways before him with the map he had downloaded earlier. It really was just a stone's throw away. Strange, normally you would think a ship would keep it's most important innards away from the outer hull. Firefights between ships were what these vessels were built for after all. @Draconion @Tamu @Jammysod @Vulpas "Only some suggestions. Or rather, something to think about. Considering this Xenos' affinity with ambush tactics, a quick assault might prove ineffective. They've had more than enough time to prepare, charging in here could very well cause us enourmous losses." He walked towards the doorway heading to the enginarium. "If we however want to preserve some speed, we could go with the previously discussed two-pronged attack. A small covert team, or solo-operative, could head towards the weapon controls and activate them while attention sits on the main force. For that matter, I myself would be the most experienced in that field, if i may say so." He quickly kneeled down to remove some Xenos webbing from the door. As if remembering something, shortly before slipping through, he turned around once more, something of a strange serious smile on his face. "That'd mean you'd have to go without my direct scouting expertise. Although the interference will limit the effectivenice of that already." He then dissappeared into the dark. Shortly after, his voice came crackling over the com-channel, with only minimal interference. "I will scout out the short route to the enginarium. Once that is done we require a last word on the matter. I'll stay in contact."