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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #15 on: October 31, 2016, 10:41:45 pm »
[Reception - Ashalla, Bajor]

It was certainly a time of change.  Hrafn had informed him of an injury to her person, and that she was offered (and accepted) a position on Bajor as their top Linguistics expert.  It was ideal, as she was becoming more and more concerned about raising twin children in a high demand job that Starfleet was.  Also.. there seemed to be another little Trillish Bajoran on the way.  So when the Discovery docked at DS9, Nevir was more than happy to disembark and await the Phoenix.  Until he found out that the ship was destroyed and the survivors were on their way to DS9.

What could have been a dark day turned out mostly well in the end.  Hrafn survived, as well as the twins, but their aid Evie did not.  It was bittersweet, and all the more reason for Hrafn to accept the job on Bajor.  She was find, her unborn child was fine, just a bit scratched. 

The twins were now with their grandparents while Ruthie was able to spend time with her mother, meanwhile Nevir was grateful to not only be on Bajor again, but in the presence of the leaders... and the Kai.  He had been trying to find a way to give his greetings, but so far, things have been insane.  For the moment, he left Hrafn talking with some other officials while he moved over toward Kachina, noting immediately how she was in a guard position.  He casually adjusted his uniform and took an offered flute of Spring Wine.

"Evening Ms Filitov.  How do you like my home planet?"

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #16 on: November 01, 2016, 12:51:43 am »
[Reception - Ashalla, Bajor]

It was certainly a time of change.  Hrafn had informed him of an injury to her person, and that she was offered (and accepted) a position on Bajor as their top Linguistics expert.  It was ideal, as she was becoming more and more concerned about raising twin children in a high demand job that Starfleet was.  Also.. there seemed to be another little Trillish Bajoran on the way.  So when the Discovery docked at DS9, Nevir was more than happy to disembark and await the Phoenix.  Until he found out that the ship was destroyed and the survivors were on their way to DS9.

What could have been a dark day turned out mostly well in the end.  Hrafn survived, as well as the twins, but their aid Evie did not.  It was bittersweet, and all the more reason for Hrafn to accept the job on Bajor.  She was find, her unborn child was fine, just a bit scratched. 

The twins were now with their grandparents while Ruthie was able to spend time with her mother, meanwhile Nevir was grateful to not only be on Bajor again, but in the presence of the leaders... and the Kai.  He had been trying to find a way to give his greetings, but so far, things have been insane.  For the moment, he left Hrafn talking with some other officials while he moved over toward Kachina, noting immediately how she was in a guard position.  He casually adjusted his uniform and took an offered flute of Spring Wine.

"Evening Ms Filitov.  How do you like my home planet?"

Reception - Bajor

Kacha saw Nevir aproach and nodded in greeting to him.

"Good evening Mr Tekin. Vot I have seen of Bajor I have liked. Unfortunately I have had little chance to see ze temples or ozzer sites of interest. Ve have been busy since ve arrived. I am hoping to have some time before ve depart, but I am not hopeful. How is Hrafn and ze Children? I have not seen zem since our arrival." She asked, trying to make polite conversation while keeping watch on the door.

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #17 on: November 01, 2016, 01:53:08 pm »
[Bajor Reception - Behind the Stage Room]

Kirok looked from the Kai to the Orb.  He had all but given up on religion.  And now he was face to face with someone who was the polar opposite.

The dichotomy did not escape the half Vulcan.  Typically he would have politely declined an invitation to interact a mystic object.  But he had just lost his ship and 745 souls on her. 

And he had just declared war with the remaining members of Section 31.  A secretive and merciless group who seemed to feed off of revenge.  So, he needed every opportunity offered to him.

"Thank you" Kirok finally said.  He stepped closer to the object and looked back to the Kai.  "I am unaccustomed to interacting with such objects.  Could you instruct me" he added.

The Kai simply smiled and bowed her head silently.  Expecting the half Vulcan to follow suit.  When he did, she opened the enclosure around the Orb of Wisdom and revealed a bright light.

Kirok lifted his eyes and was immediately transfixed by the object.  His mind started racing with images and ideas.  The Wells ship, the Badlands, an hideout, an enemy camp, and a man name EQ Kimball.

 


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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #18 on: November 01, 2016, 02:24:22 pm »
[Bajor - Reception]

Unsurprisingly, Mahak was not a party animal.

He stood ramrod straight, like a bullet on end, a chilled glass of water in one hand as he studied the proceedings. Mourning, celebration, mingling...these were concepts that meant nothing to him.

However, he had worked with humans for long enough to realize that they needed occasions such as these. Humans in Starfleet were exceptional at working under pressure and keeping their emotions in check. But existing in this condition for too long was taxing on them.

The concept of rudeness did not exist to most Vulcans, but it would have been cruel and illogical of him to point out the futility of these proceedings to his new shipmates. Besides, he had to report in, anyway. He sought the highest ranking officer, and found one.

[Reception - Ashalla, Bajor]

It was certainly a time of change.  Hrafn had informed him of an injury to her person, and that she was offered (and accepted) a position on Bajor as their top Linguistics expert.  It was ideal, as she was becoming more and more concerned about raising twin children in a high demand job that Starfleet was.  Also.. there seemed to be another little Trillish Bajoran on the way.  So when the Discovery docked at DS9, Nevir was more than happy to disembark and await the Phoenix.  Until he found out that the ship was destroyed and the survivors were on their way to DS9.

What could have been a dark day turned out mostly well in the end.  Hrafn survived, as well as the twins, but their aid Evie did not.  It was bittersweet, and all the more reason for Hrafn to accept the job on Bajor.  She was find, her unborn child was fine, just a bit scratched. 

The twins were now with their grandparents while Ruthie was able to spend time with her mother, meanwhile Nevir was grateful to not only be on Bajor again, but in the presence of the leaders... and the Kai.  He had been trying to find a way to give his greetings, but so far, things have been insane.  For the moment, he left Hrafn talking with some other officials while he moved over toward Kachina, noting immediately how she was in a guard position.  He casually adjusted his uniform and took an offered flute of Spring Wine.

"Evening Ms Filitov.  How do you like my home planet?"

The young Vulcan put his glass onto a nearby table and approached the lieutenant commander in blue.

"Sir, crewman Mahak reporting." His voice was bland, but underneath it was some steel, too. "I have been transferred from the Starbase Columbus to the Operations department."

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #19 on: November 01, 2016, 03:11:42 pm »
[Bajor - Reception]

With the Discovery docked at Deep Space 9, the crew had been invited to a small reception on Bajor.  The current crew needed to meet their temporary Commanding Officer, Admiral Kirok, and a few of the surviving members of the Phoenix crew.  The handful that had survived the recent destruction of their ship at the hands of some time traveling Section 31 members.

The Bajor government had thoroughly analyzed the contaminated dirt Kirok had brought back from Tarna.  They too had concluded that the Cardassians could not have been involved with the massacre of the Bajoran colonist there.  And now firmly believed that members of Section 31 had perpetrated the crime.

As such, the Bajoran government has prepared a lavish reception in celebration of this truth finally coming to light.   So, in addition to the crew, several members of Bajoran government and the Kai were in attendance.  In addition, the Cardassian Ambassador was also there with a small delegate of Cardassian dignitaries.

"This is a great day for Bajor and Cardassia" the Bajoran Kai said for a platform.  "The carnage at Tarna was wrongly placed at the hands of Cardassians.  But now, thanks to our friends in Starfleet, we know that that was not true.  May we all move forward in peace and harmony.  Blessings to all" she said to conclude her speech.

[Bajor - Reception]

Lennox was standing amongst his crew and crowd conjugated to mourn the dead. His back was straight, head up and looking at the Kai who made the speech, taking in every word. It was an occasion for a good scotch, but he opted for water instead. It was the first time he had visited Bajor, certainly an exciting opportunity to have a look around the planet before the event ended.

"You have a very sad tree," Kali said cheekily. "And I bet you'd have more warm biobeds if you just smiled every once in a while - and this is me totally not projecting here." She flashed a smile at a Cardassian dignitary that passed by. He greeted her with a reciprocating, if not flirtatious one back. "See?"

He walked around, finding that the medical chief and Reyes seemed to be having a rather interesting, albeit flirty (from Kail's end, more so) conversation as a Cardassian diginitary passed by. Lennox approached them, giving Klablax a short nod.

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #20 on: November 01, 2016, 03:29:52 pm »
"You have a very sad tree," Kali said cheekily. "And I bet you'd have more warm biobeds if you just smiled every once in a while - and this is me totally not projecting here." She flashed a smile at a Cardassian dignitary that passed by. He greeted her with a reciprocating, if not flirtatious one back. "See?"

[Bajor]

"Indeed." he said, still not cracking his emotional shield. He thought back to when he was fresh faced and wide eyed. He hadn't always been this sullen. He shrugged off that thought. He did his duty. He'd also avoided facing it, and rather effectively. He almost looked at the spoonhead that passed by, but did not. "Sickbay is avoided like the plague, it matters little the temperature of the beds." he said, sounding very much vulcanesque when he said that. It was true, though. The only people who enjoyed sickbay wore medical blue, and even then sometimes not.


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Lennox was standing amongst his crew and crowd conjugated to mourn the dead. His back was straight, head up and looking at the Kai who made the speech, taking in every word. It was an occasion for a good scotch, but he opted for water instead. It was the first time he had visited Bajor, certainly an exciting opportunity to have a look around the planet before the event ended.

He walked around, finding that the medical chief and Reyes seemed to be having a rather interesting, albeit flirty (from Kail's end, more so) conversation as a Cardassian diginitary passed by. Lennox approached them, giving Klablax a short nod.

"How are te both o' ye?"

"Crewman Ainsley." he said, nodding back. It wasn't much, saying the crewman's name, but it was surprising nonetheless. Unlike his postings during the war, with crew changes all the time or too many deaths to be personally attached, it seemed that Klabax had finally taken the time to learn everyone's name on the ship- at least, those who needed to visit sickbay soon. Nonetheless, the mixture of so many starfleet uniforms was an uncommon sight to be sure, especially in dress uniform.
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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #21 on: November 01, 2016, 04:41:22 pm »
[Bajor]

"Indeed." he said, still not cracking his emotional shield. He thought back to when he was fresh faced and wide eyed. He hadn't always been this sullen. He shrugged off that thought. He did his duty. He'd also avoided facing it, and rather effectively. He almost looked at the spoonhead that passed by, but did not. "Sickbay is avoided like the plague, it matters little the temperature of the beds." he said, sounding very much vulcanesque when he said that. It was true, though. The only people who enjoyed sickbay wore medical blue, and even then sometimes not.

"Sounds like a very dry cry for help," Kali teased and nudged him with her shoulder. "You need a bar. Formal recommendation. A requirement, really. Then you can have all the buddies you want." She grabbed a passing flute of champagne as her mind spun with ideas for the hell of it. "Even better. A lounge. Think the new brass would appreciate the turbolift out of maintenance for a couple hours? Couches are pretty heavy."

[Bajor - Reception]

Lennox was standing amongst his crew and crowd conjugated to mourn the dead. His back was straight, head up and looking at the Kai who made the speech, taking in every word. It was an occasion for a good scotch, but he opted for water instead. It was the first time he had visited Bajor, certainly an exciting opportunity to have a look around the planet before the event ended.

He walked around, finding that the medical chief and Reyes seemed to be having a rather interesting, albeit flirty (from Kail's end, more so) conversation as a Cardassian diginitary passed by. Lennox approached them, giving Klablax a short nod.

"How are te both o' ye?"

Kali beamed at him. "Len! Just in time! See if you can help me convince the good doctor here to get a lounge set up in sickbay!"
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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #22 on: November 01, 2016, 06:51:53 pm »
[Bajor - Reception]

Unsurprisingly, Mahak was not a party animal.

He stood ramrod straight, like a bullet on end, a chilled glass of water in one hand as he studied the proceedings. Mourning, celebration, mingling...these were concepts that meant nothing to him.

However, he had worked with humans for long enough to realize that they needed occasions such as these. Humans in Starfleet were exceptional at working under pressure and keeping their emotions in check. But existing in this condition for too long was taxing on them.

The concept of rudeness did not exist to most Vulcans, but it would have been cruel and illogical of him to point out the futility of these proceedings to his new shipmates. Besides, he had to report in, anyway. He sought the highest ranking officer, and found one.

The young Vulcan put his glass onto a nearby table and approached the lieutenant commander in blue.

"Sir, crewman Mahak reporting." His voice was bland, but underneath it was some steel, too. "I have been transferred from the Starbase Columbus to the Operations department."


[Bajor Reception - Behind the Stage Room]

When the Ord of Wisdom experience complete, Kirok put his hand against the wall to steady himself.  He had experience similar sensations via mind meld.  But those were typically exchanges of information, not an overloading of the senses directed at him.

"You have been blessed by the Orb" the Kai said somewhat proudly.  She closed the doors that encased the Orb.  "We should rejoin the others, when you are ready" she prompted.

Kirok closed his eyes and took in a few breaths.  His mind and body calmed down.  But he know he would be untangling the vision for days to come.

"Proceed" the half Vulcan replied.  The Kai lead him out of the room.  The emerged side by side in the main room again as Mahak was reporting in. 

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #23 on: November 01, 2016, 07:28:19 pm »
[Bajor]
"Crewman Ainsley." he said, nodding back. It wasn't much, saying the crewman's name, but it was surprising nonetheless. Unlike his postings during the war, with crew changes all the time or too many deaths to be personally attached, it seemed that Klabax had finally taken the time to learn everyone's name on the ship- at least, those who needed to visit sickbay soon. Nonetheless, the mixture of so many starfleet uniforms was an uncommon sight to be sure, especially in dress uniform.

He nodded at the good doctor. Lennox knew that there were many races who often donned a stoic expression, but Klablax seemed to don it the best.

"Sounds like a very dry cry for help," Kali teased and nudged him with her shoulder. "You need a bar. Formal recommendation. A requirement, really. Then you can have all the buddies you want." She grabbed a passing flute of champagne as her mind spun with ideas for the hell of it. "Even better. A lounge. Think the new brass would appreciate the turbolift out of maintenance for a couple hours? Couches are pretty heavy."

Kali beamed at him. "Len! Just in time! See if you can help me convince the good doctor here to get a lounge set up in sickbay!"


Lennox nodded with a lopsided grin, "C'mon doc, yer goin' te get far more visitors down at sickbay. Migh' even 'elp ye socialise."


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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #24 on: November 01, 2016, 08:56:00 pm »
Reception - Bajor

Kacha saw Nevir aproach and nodded in greeting to him.

"Good evening Mr Tekin. Vot I have seen of Bajor I have liked. Unfortunately I have had little chance to see ze temples or ozzer sites of interest. Ve have been busy since ve arrived. I am hoping to have some time before ve depart, but I am not hopeful. How is Hrafn and ze Children? I have not seen zem since our arrival." She asked, trying to make polite conversation while keeping watch on the door.

Nevir gave a smile, turning to watch the others as he shrugged.  "I hope you do get the chance.  We make the Vatican on Earth look like a small village.  But such is the life of Starfleet." he said, shaking his head.  Her comment about Hrafn cause him to glance at her form, speaking with someone else this time. 

"For once, its not me who cheated death... its an interesting feeling.  We lucked out, but Evie was not so lucky.  Honestly, we were already considering what to do about raising children.. but apparently the Phoenix answer that for us.  Hrafn got a position here exploring Bajor's ancient history.  You wouldn't believe how much was lost during the Occupation.  And now that we have the blessing of the Prophets, many more sites can be explored.  Ruthie is going to stay with me to learn... she's catching up on education and wants to go into Starfleet."

[Bajor - Reception]

The young Vulcan put his glass onto a nearby table and approached the lieutenant commander in blue.

"Sir, crewman Mahak reporting." His voice was bland, but underneath it was some steel, too. "I have been transferred from the Starbase Columbus to the Operations department."

His thoughts were interrupted by a new crewman, a Vulcan who seemed to seek him out.  His rank probably gave it away.  Nevir gave a deep nod.

"Welcome aboard, Mr. Mahak.  At least, welcome to the crew.  You may want to seek out Chief Reyes, she's your department head.  Do you have your transfer orders?" he said, as he heard doors open behind him, and before him was not only his superior officer... but the Kai herself.  Nevir immediately swung himself around, his earring dangling as he bowed his head.

"Kai, it is an honor to meet you." the Bajoran said, tryin not to be starstruck as it where.

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #25 on: November 01, 2016, 09:49:34 pm »

His thoughts were interrupted by a new crewman, a Vulcan who seemed to seek him out.  His rank probably gave it away.  Nevir gave a deep nod.

"Welcome aboard, Mr. Mahak.  At least, welcome to the crew.  You may want to seek out Chief Reyes, she's your department head.  Do you have your transfer orders?" he said, as he heard doors open behind him, and before him was not only his superior officer... but the Kai herself.  Nevir immediately swung himself around, his earring dangling as he bowed his head.

"Kai, it is an honor to meet you." the Bajoran said, tryin not to be starstruck as it where.


[Bajor - Reception]

Kirok stepped slightly forward.  "Kai, this is Ms. Filitov, our Acting Chief of Flight Control.  Mr. Mahak, the newest member of our team.  And Tekin Nevir, my Second Officer" he said.

"Ah, my young brother" Kai said.  She stepped forward and gently grabbed Tekin's left ear.  "The pagh is strong in you, young brother.  Stay close to the Admiral and protect him for Bejor" she said for those close by to hear.

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #26 on: November 01, 2016, 10:58:35 pm »

[Bajor - Reception]

Kirok stepped slightly forward.  "Kai, this is Ms. Filitov, our Acting Chief of Flight Control.  Mr. Mahak, the newest member of our team.  And Tekin Nevir, my Second Officer" he said.

"Ah, my young brother" Kai said.  She stepped forward and gently grabbed Tekin's left ear.  "The pagh is strong in you, young brother.  Stay close to the Admiral and protect him for Bejor" she said for those close by to hear.

Reception - Bajor

At the Admirals introduction, Katcha bowed her head but said nothing, unsure how to greet the Bajoran spiritual leader. She watched the interaction with Nevir with interest, it speared that they were on close terms. She looked at the Admiral again and saw that she was not going to get the time to explore the planet. He had a zip in his step and experience told her that they would be off soon.

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #27 on: November 02, 2016, 12:25:30 am »

[Bajor - Reception]

Kirok stepped slightly forward.  "Kai, this is Ms. Filitov, our Acting Chief of Flight Control.  Mr. Mahak, the newest member of our team.  And Tekin Nevir, my Second Officer" he said.

"Ah, my young brother" Kai said.  She stepped forward and gently grabbed Tekin's left ear.  "The pagh is strong in you, young brother.  Stay close to the Admiral and protect him for Bejor" she said for those close by to hear.
Reception - Bajor

At the Admirals introduction, Katcha bowed her head but said nothing, unsure how to greet the Bajoran spiritual leader. She watched the interaction with Nevir with interest, it speared that they were on close terms. She looked at the Admiral again and saw that she was not going to get the time to explore the planet. He had a zip in his step and experience told her that they would be off soon.

That familiar pinch on his ear, one given to him by many other religious leaders before, felt different.  It certainly felt more powerful, if not forceful, and Nevir could swear he could feel her own Pagh coming off her.  There was definitely a reason why she was selected as the Kai of Bajor. 

"Of course, Kai.  It is my duty to my ship to ensure the Command structure stays intact.  I know the Prophets will walk with me as they will my family." he said, standing up after she was done with his pagh. 

"However, it is great to return home from time to time."

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #28 on: November 02, 2016, 12:52:38 pm »

[Bajor Reception - Behind the Stage Room]

"Proceed" the half Vulcan replied.  The Kai lead him out of the room.  The emerged side by side in the main room again as Mahak was reporting in.


His thoughts were interrupted by a new crewman, a Vulcan who seemed to seek him out.  His rank probably gave it away.  Nevir gave a deep nod.

"Welcome aboard, Mr. Mahak.  At least, welcome to the crew.  You may want to seek out Chief Reyes, she's your department head.  Do you have your transfer orders?" he said, as he heard doors open behind him, and before him was not only his superior officer... but the Kai herself.  Nevir immediately swung himself around, his earring dangling as he bowed his head.


[Bajor - Reception]

Mahak took in the chief science officer, his face a mask of stone. The man seemed doughty and business-like, facts not lost on the Vulcan.

"Yes, commander." He said, and handed the Bajoran a PADD. "I will seek out Chief Reyes immediately."


[Bajor - Reception]

Kirok stepped slightly forward.  "Kai, this is Ms. Filitov, our Acting Chief of Flight Control.  Mr. Mahak, the newest member of our team.  And Tekin Nevir, my Second Officer" he said.

"Ah, my young brother" Kai said.  She stepped forward and gently grabbed Tekin's left ear.  "The pagh is strong in you, young brother.  Stay close to the Admiral and protect him for Bejor" she said for those close by to hear.


[Bajor - Reception]

Instead of interrupting a family reunion, Mahak nodded at those assembled. "Admiral, commanders. And Ms. Kai. It is agreeable to meet you all. Do not allow me to disturb you. I shall seek out my team leader and report in. Enjoy your reception."

Your reception, he had said. It was clear that integrating Mahak into the crew was not yet done. But he had only just arrived. He was looking forward to meeting this Chief Reyes and getting to work.

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Re: S11 - Mission 6: Arch Enemies
« Reply #29 on: November 02, 2016, 02:14:43 pm »
Reception - Bajor

At the Admirals introduction, Katcha bowed her head but said nothing, unsure how to greet the Bajoran spiritual leader. She watched the interaction with Nevir with interest, it speared that they were on close terms. She looked at the Admiral again and saw that she was not going to get the time to explore the planet. He had a zip in his step and experience told her that they would be off soon.


[Bajor - Reception]

Kirok too remained silent while the Kai and Tekin interacted.  With everyone's focus on the encounter, it gave the half Vulcan a moment to reflect on what he had saw.  At some point, he would have to share the information with the others.


That familiar pinch on his ear, one given to him by many other religious leaders before, felt different.  It certainly felt more powerful, if not forceful, and Nevir could swear he could feel her own Pagh coming off her.  There was definitely a reason why she was selected as the Kai of Bajor. 

"Of course, Kai.  It is my duty to my ship to ensure the Command structure stays intact.  I know the Prophets will walk with me as they will my family." he said, standing up after she was done with his pagh. 

"However, it is great to return home from time to time."


[Bajor - Reception - NPC Kai]

"But as a Bajoran your duty goes beyond that, yes" the Kai gently corrected.  "The Prophets have chosen you of all Bajorans to be instrumental in helping to bring our enemies to justice" she added.  "May they guide your path" she said and then released his ear.

"Tell me about your crew" the Kai prompted.  She finally turned to the others.  She bowed her head slightly to Filitov.


[Bajor - Reception]

Mahak took in the chief science officer, his face a mask of stone. The man seemed doughty and business-like, facts not lost on the Vulcan.

"Yes, commander." He said, and handed the Bajoran a PADD. "I will seek out Chief Reyes immediately."

[Bajor - Reception]

Instead of interrupting a family reunion, Mahak nodded at those assembled. "Admiral, commanders. And Ms. Kai. It is agreeable to meet you all. Do not allow me to disturb you. I shall seek out my team leader and report in. Enjoy your reception."

Your reception, he had said. It was clear that integrating Mahak into the crew was not yet done. But he had only just arrived. He was looking forward to meeting this Chief Reyes and getting to work.


[Bajor - Reception]

"And you as well.  I will be happy to introduce you" Kirok replied.  "If you will excuse us" he said to the Kai and the small group around her.

The half Vulcan motioned for Mahak to follow him.  "Thank you for joining our crew on such short notice.  I think you will be interested to know that Ms. Reyes is also part Vulcan" he said.

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