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He bounded yet more swiftly. Again he shot. This time he hit. The robot slowed, veered as if to meet this antagonist who could be dangerous, faced away once more and resumed its pursuit of Djana. Flandry held down his trigger and hosed it with flame. The girl crossed the boundary. The robot stopped dead. But—but—gibbered in Flandry's skull. The robot stirred, lifted, and swung toward him. It moved hesitantly, wobbling a trifle, not as if damaged—it couldn't have been—but as if…puzzled? I shouldn't be toting a blaster, Flandry thought in the turmoil.
Finally it ran out in a kilometerswide bay. The greenish-gray sea creamed white with surf along much of the coast. The tidal pull of Siekh in summer approximated that of Luna and Sol on Terra, and ocean currents flowed strongly. For some distance inland, dried, cracked, salt-streaked mud was relieved only by a few tough plant species adapted to it. Uh-huh, Flandry reflected. In spring the icecaps melt. Sea level rises by many meters. Storms get really stiff; they, and increasing tides, drive the waves in, over and over, to meet the floods running down from the mountains…And Djana believes in a God Who gives a damn?
If Wayland's what you say, a megacredit's going to be a microbe to them. " Flandry surrendered to his physical misery. Which passed. But was followed by the miseries of confinement. He couldn't do most isometric exercises. The wires would have cut him. A few were possible; and he spent hours flexing what muscles he was able to; and Djana was fairly good about massaging him. Nonetheless he ached and tingled. Djana also kept her promise to give him a nurse's attentions. Hers weren't the best, for lack of training and equipment, but they served.
A Circus of Hells by Poul Anderson