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Crew Information
Captain:

Niobe

First Mate:

Ghost

Operator:

Sparks

Biographical Information
Year Built:

2101

Size:

Small

  

Logos[1] was a hovercraft, captained by Niobe.

The smallest vessel in the fleet, it supports a crew complement of only three Zion personnel: Niobe, Ghost, and Sparks. Built for sheer speed over any other attribute, the Logos has the purpose of relaying urgent information as well as serving as a carrier for its two pod-born crewmen. Its combat abilities are negligible when compared with other ships in the fleet. Despite the shortcomings, it features some of the most skilled crewmembers in the fleet (Niobe being one of the best pilots, and Ghost being the one of the best gunners).

When Zion's attack became imminent, the Logos crew coordinated the recall before joining the rest of the fleet in Zion. When the Council inquired of the fate of Morpheus and his ship, the Nebuchadnezzar, the Logos and the hovercraft Vigilant searched for the Neb, eventually participating in a skirmish within the Matrix involving Agents and minions of the Merovingian.

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Logos goes above the nanobots while it is piloted by Trinity and Neo

The Logos was later disabled when it was attacked by a massive horde of Sentinels as well as a Sentinel Tow Bomb, necessitating the use of its EMP. Thanks to this action it survived the assault, but was itself powered down as an unavoidable side-effect.

The hovercraft Mjolnir found it shortly rescuing the crew of the now-destroyed Nebuchadnezzar and gave the Logos a jump-start. Later, Niobe gave her ship to Neo and Trinity so that they could travel to the Machine City, in an attempt to stop the war with the Machines. The Logos was destroyed on impact when it crash-landed in the Machine City.

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The Logos is Mark XIV Number 14[2] and was built in the year 2101.


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ReferencesEdit

  1. The name is derived from the Greek word logos which is usually translated into the English 'word', but has varied meanings in philosophy, analytical psychology, and religion.
  2. Mark 14:14 reads, "And wheresoever he shall go in, say ye to the goodman of the house, The Master saith, Where is the guestchamber, where I shall eat the passover with my disciples?"

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