Servantmakers finish waking a sufficient army of automata ready to take instructions from the Silmarils.
And now all they have to do is find Melkor.
Cam worldleaps from Evil Arda, over and over, performing abbreviated versions of the standard new universe checks (inhabited? alts? magic? tech? dire emergencies?) followed by attempting to conjure the current form or surroundings of Evil Arda's Melkor. As with jumps from Edda, he turns up a lot of Stuff, for a value of Stuff that means the checks result in "yes, no, meh, enh, put it on the list" and no immigrant evil deities.
He's on his fifteenth try when he manages, somehow, to land on a planet, in a cornfield, where he is promptly yelled at by short barefoot people until he flies out of their cornfield. He lands by a nice little creek, starts checking for alts - 'habitable' being a clear yes. Gets nothing. Oh well. He flies on, looking for more cosmopolitan bits of civilization than random corn farming midgets. Tries to start his computer on the way to compose a preliminary report for the folks back home.
It won't turn on.
Six hours later a disgruntled demon is knocking on a palace door.