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As the androids continue to fire on our forces from behind cover, assorted units fall out of the ceiling, pop out from walls, and explode up from the ground. While this is great for destroying the androids, who put up substantially less fight when distracted, then suddenly overrun, it also has a drawback.
For the second time in our dealings with VoidGate's underground facilities, we have forgotten to take gravity into proper account. We are reminded of this frightfully as a support dramatically snaps out of place. The ceiling contorts and drops rocks threateningly, giving us just enough time to pull some of our units back up the mine shafts before several tons of rock and soil collapses on the chamber. We continue climbing, as we can guess what that kind of impact might have triggered.
Thousands of Zerg spill out of the shafts before the first battery detonates, and the mine shafts begin to collapse. That, of course, causes all of the other batteries to follow suit.
On the plus side, we have destroyed VoidGate's forces. This is still a win.
On Xenta, Nargil finally bows to our will, and it takes the five overlords we have provided. They huddle over one another, slowly growing a thick organ-like covering that pulses and squirms on the Creep, forever changing the creatures within.
(Find out whether we've really got the knack for this cerebrate-making business NEXT WEEK, when I'll hopefully have less of a cold)