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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #45 on: June 05, 2016, 04:37:19 am »
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=/\= Hawke to Lt. Sukal, I will be sending a request for two Bio Neural Gel Packs, it goes with the Data Stream of the Holodeck so the repair should be a low priority Hawke out =/\=

Sukal heard the request, and swiftly tapped the request in to be taken care of by one of his fellow members of Operations.  It was an easy enough request to fill.

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"Good idea, Lieutenant. Let me know what you find." Kyle said. "That's definitely something I wouldn't want to repeat." He hadn't told anyone but he was still getting headaches that he contributed to that attack.

Sukal didn't bother to turn around to acknowledge his Captain's words, but he did answer, "Nor would I, Sir."

That was saying something.  The fact that his first return mission to Starfleet space duty had pitted him against the Human portion of the ship's crew had been, at the very best, awkward.  It was not an ordeal he intended to go through again if at all possible.  Of course, they were a great distance from where the incident had taken place, but Sukal believed in being prepared.  One of the options he had after examining the weapon used on the DISCOVERY was a possible phase variance to the shield matrix.  It was something he had been working on in his constant vigilance against the Borg...even though he hadn't been in space for four years.  The phase variance idea would, at least in theory, possibly disrupt the alien blast that had caused such havoc.  Of course, he had no idea if even the normal shields would have worked to begin with since the ship had not had them up when the attack came.  Yet, the phase variance idea would possibly distort the attack...possibly making it even ineffective.
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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #46 on: June 05, 2016, 08:50:08 pm »
 
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Lizzie sat back in her chair and listened to what Hawke was saying. To put it bluntly, he was scared. She figured that he had a right to be. Starfleet took breaches of the Temporal Directives seriously. She paused for a moment to formulate her response.

"I have an offer to make you Mr Hawke. If you can satisfy me that you have no intention of causing harm to this reality, I am prepared to keep your secret by repairing the damage and updating your records. As Chief Medical Officer, I am not obliged to share information regarding patients physical condition with anyone. Unless it presents a clear danger to the ship or the Federation. However, if I do this I expect you to be completely honest with me. I want to know the full story from your point of view. And I reserve the right to report this to the Captain and Starfleet Security should I deem there to be a threat. Do you accept this?" She asked, her voice level but her tone was serious.

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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #47 on: June 06, 2016, 12:28:25 am »

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Lizzie listened to the general story. She had read about the Guardian of Forever. The incident that had caused a new General Order that was punishable by the Death penalty. Thankfully it had now been rescinded. She hear his question and nodded.

"Of course." She replied, getting up and going over to the replicator.

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"Please continue Mr Hawke." She said after taking a sip of her drink.

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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #48 on: June 06, 2016, 02:08:22 am »
Arlan looked up at her and waved at the empty chair across from him before speaking.  They'd been shipmates for a while - and she was one of the few people he felt comfortable around (hell, he even enjoyed it when they got into the philosophical discussions about the nature of the 'self' invited by the symbionts - discussions that'd been going on in their species since long before the two were born... and didn't look to be resolved any time soon).  He soon came back to focus and actually smiled at her.  "Yeah, maybe ten thousand is about right.  You don't notice how cramped a ship is until you're bottled up inside it.  I know it's probably just in my head, but I feel useless.  The computer handles the torpedo firing, all we do down there is make sure the computer tells us there's enough torpedoes, and press buttons when the computer tells us a targeting and firing order came down from the Bridge."

He looked at her and shrugged.  "Do you ever feel that way, over in Engineering?  Like the computer could handle it and you're there more out of courtesy and tradition than actual need?  I wouldn't figure it.  Maybe I should try for a transfer to Engineering.  Wouldn't have to change my uniforms, even."


His constant self-doubt was normal enough, if a bit frustrating, but idleness and an inability to do anything he felt was productive had conspired to make things even worse.

"I know what you mean." The Trill smiled and took the seat opposite of Arlan. She understood where he was coming from, although she didn't completely agree. "Maybe you should consider it. We are definitely never bored down in the engine room. It seems like two new problems crops up for every one we solve. But youre right. It certainly is small." She tooka sip of her tea as her memory seemed to fade to a time long gone by. An age where crew were staked into starships by the hundreds. "Although its nothing like the early years."
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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #49 on: June 06, 2016, 04:30:09 am »
After speaking with Lieutenant Sukal for a few moments, Kyle decided to send him planet side instead. He slapped at his commbadge.

=^=Briggs to Benjamin. Belay that last order. Report to the Bridge instead. Briggs out.=^=

Turning back to the Ops chief, he smiled. "Why don't you join the shuttle mission instead." he said. "Head on down. They're probably waiting."

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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #50 on: June 06, 2016, 11:50:10 am »
[Deck 10 - Shuttlebay]

"Oh, ma'am! It seems your signature is required, the release for the shuttle has been amended."

The operations crewman held out the PADD to a rather bemused Jiseth. She gingerly took it and scanned for any changes. At first she saw no alterations, but an eyebrow did raise when she got down to the passenger manifest. Now the COO was coming a long which completed the trifecta of having everyone be of the same rank, let alone the heads of their respective departments. Well, Jiseth was not technically CFO, but that particular individual was away and she had taken over those duties in addition to her own.

A gloved finger scribbled on the handheld screen before she returned it and he departed with a slight bow. She looked over to her first accompanying officer. Bajoran. Gavin's boss. If she were a Ferengi, her lobes would surely be tingling from the opportunity this presented.

"...Seems we're taking Mr. Sukal, from Ops. Vulcan, if I remember correctly. Have you ever met him before?"

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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #51 on: June 06, 2016, 06:25:37 pm »
[Deck 10 - Shuttlebay]

"Oh, ma'am! It seems your signature is required, the release for the shuttle has been amended."

The operations crewman held out the PADD to a rather bemused Jiseth. She gingerly took it and scanned for any changes. At first she saw no alterations, but an eyebrow did raise when she got down to the passenger manifest. Now the COO was coming a long which completed the trifecta of having everyone be of the same rank, let alone the heads of their respective departments. Well, Jiseth was not technically CFO, but that particular individual was away and she had taken over those duties in addition to her own.

A gloved finger scribbled on the handheld screen before she returned it and he departed with a slight bow. She looked over to her first accompanying officer. Bajoran. Gavin's boss. If she were a Ferengi, her lobes would surely be tingling from the opportunity this presented.

"...Seems we're taking Mr. Sukal, from Ops. Vulcan, if I remember correctly. Have you ever met him before?"

[Shuttlebay]

To say that Nevir was starting to get upset over the lack of a Benjamin was an understatement.  He wasn't itching to get down there, actually the truth of the matter was that there was no need for it.  But when you are given orders.... you follow them immediately.  He was about to slap his own badge when Jiseth came to him with the news.

"Chief Ops, I've met him on the Bridge, but not enough time to get to know him.  I'm he'll know of me, which will be interesting, but that's it.  Alright, I'm sure he'll be here any moment, lets get prepped to take off." he said, finally climbing aboard the shuttle.

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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #52 on: June 07, 2016, 12:31:58 am »
[Astrometrics]

With a rather puzzled smile, Gavin glanced around the laboratory.  The girl's accent was as thick the air in a Fereginar summer, but he was able to parse it.  "Most of them got to go planetside.  I got stuck running the data through the computers."  He grinned, running his fingers through his mop of auburn hair.  "USS Discovery gets one of Daystrom's '30 under 30', and what do they do with me?  They have me collate data."  He held out his hand, glancing at it as he realized it still held a padd.  "Er..." he said, switching the padd to his left hand and re-offering the right.  "Gavin Van Gelder, Sciences.  I deduce by your teal shirt and the fact that you hang around a lab like this for fun that you're in Sciences, too.  What are you working on?"

[Astrometrics]

Anastasia looked up and quickly hid the look of shock on her face. Egotistical, though it may be, she had always been rather annoyed for not being recognized as the genius she was. Vell, you had better live up to zhat Mr. Gelder, she thought. "Anastasia Zhestakova," she said taking the PADD free hand. "I am vorking on a pet proyect of mine." She stood up from her console and offered Gavin the seat. "It has been several years and slo' vork." The Russian intentionally didn't say what she was working on, intending to see if Gavin was worthy of his 30 under 30 boast.


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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #53 on: June 07, 2016, 12:44:06 am »
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After speaking with Lieutenant Sukal for a few moments, Kyle decided to send him planet side instead. He slapped at his commbadge.

=^=Briggs to Benjamin. Belay that last order. Report to the Bridge instead. Briggs out.=^=

Turning back to the Ops chief, he smiled. "Why don't you join the shuttle mission instead." he said. "Head on down. They're probably waiting."

Sukal was not normally taken back by changes in orders, but in the midst of his studying of the attack the starship had endured earlier in their first assignment...the last thing he had expected was to be sent to the shuttle mission.  Still, he adapted quickly to the order, and turned back to his Captain.

"Of course, Sir.  I would be glad to be of aid to the team Lieutenant Jiseth is taking," Sukal replied, and nodded for Ceria Arevalo to take over as he stood up.  The officer took Ops over smoothly from him, and Sukal nodded politely to his Captain on his way to the lift.

[Shuttle Bay]

It wasn't long before the Vulcan/Betazoid officer was striding into the Shuttle Bay, and soon spotted the team he was to accompany.  With purpose, Sukal strode over to the other two officers, and inclined his head politely to both.

"Shall we, Lieutenant Jiseth," Sukal said to the woman in his professional tone...though without the normal Vulcan iciness most would have expected.  He glanced over at the Chief Science Officer:  Tekin Nevir...a Bajoran.  "I suspect this mission should pose some interesting moments for examining the atmosphere," the Operations Chief added to the Bajoran.  "A moment of exploration without trouble would certainly be nice."
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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #54 on: June 07, 2016, 01:10:55 am »

Anastasia looked up and quickly hid the look of shock on her face. Egotistical, though it may be, she had always been rather annoyed for not being recognized as the genius she was. Vell, you had better live up to zhat Mr. Gelder, she thought. "Anastasia Zhestakova," she said taking the PADD free hand. "I am vorking on a pet proyect of mine." She stood up from her console and offered Gavin the seat. "It has been several years and slo' vork." The Russian intentionally didn't say what she was working on, intending to see if Gavin was worthy of his 30 under 30 boast.

[Astrometrics]

Cocking his head (rather puppy-like) at the empty seat, Gavin gave a microscopic shrug and slid into the seat.  He wasn't sure if the girl wanted him to look over her work or she just wanted to show it off.  He could appreciate the need to work for an audience...sometimes.  Ever since he first tested off the charts as a child and the word 'genius' started being bandied about, Gavin had begun feeling a breed apart from humanity.  He was suddenly glad he'd not said something like that out loud, because it sounded incredibly dramatic and arrogant, but it was also kind of true.  What was the use in being the smartest guy in the room if you couldn't show off a little...every now and then?

"I'm fairly new here," he said, idly scrolling through her computations.  "Have you been on Discovery long?"  He tapped through a few more pages, nodding occasionally.  "Is this your first shipboard assignment?  You look super-young, but people say that about me, too.  Especially since I went to the Academy early.  Also, do you have permission and clearance to be digging into temporal mechanics?"


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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #55 on: June 07, 2016, 01:30:21 am »
To say that Nevir was starting to get upset over the lack of a Benjamin was an understatement.  He wasn't itching to get down there, actually the truth of the matter was that there was no need for it.  But when you are given orders.... you follow them immediately.  He was about to slap his own badge when Jiseth came to him with the news.

"Chief Ops, I've met him on the Bridge, but not enough time to get to know him.  I'm sure he'll know of me, which will be interesting, but that's it.  Alright, I'm sure he'll be here any moment, lets get prepped to take off." he said, finally climbing aboard the shuttle.
"Shall we, Lieutenant Jiseth," Sukal said to the woman in his professional tone...though without the normal Vulcan iciness most would have expected.  He glanced over at the Chief Science Officer:  Tekin Nevir...a Bajoran.  "I suspect this mission should pose some interesting moments for examining the atmosphere," the Operations Chief added to the Bajoran.  "A moment of exploration without trouble would certainly be nice."

[Deck 10 - Shuttlebay - Theseus]

If there was one thing that bugged her about the Argo-class shuttles, it was probably the buggy. As much as she loved it, the thing kind of got in the way. Especially since there was only one way in and out of the bloody ship. At least a Danube had doors on the sides of the cabin close to the cockpit. Then again, Starfleet systems design was predicated on emergency transporters working to send the occupants to safety before being vaporized. If only the recorded history of the last two decades proved they actually worked and in the presence of those who would rather keep their fingers crossed, Jiseth was the type to prefer sulking about her predicament while floating in space and slowly suffocating.

After stepping past the buggy and into the cockpit, she was reminded of how many design features had been taken as inspiration from this type of craft and used on the Daedalus. Inspiration is perhaps inaccurate compared to shamelessly stolen. Things were on a time crunch and she just did not have the time to invent everything as she went. Plus, Admiral Brown gave her access to every bit of nonstandard tech she could get her greedy hands on. Phased polaron beam emitters, Breen energy disruptors, a cloaking device, even a shower. That last component was incredibly important because the hot water helped the Romulan get used to burning in Hell, which was where a surprising number of supposedly nonreligious humans wanted her to go.

Taking her seat at the controls, Jiseth strapped herself in and began powering up the warp core. Severing the lines that connected the Theseus to the Discovery, she held off starting the engines until Sukal was seated.

"We're on our own power... Rear ramp closing... Locked. Pressure seals are all green. Lift thrusters engaged... Altitude 2 meters and holding... Landing struts coming up... Struts locked. Impulse engines spooling up to idle..."

The Romulan was mostly talking to herself as she ran through her checklist. It was not until she reversed away from the landing pad, turned toward the forward end of the shuttle bay, and swiftly flew out into space the empty vacuum did she exit her almost mechanical process. Her hand went up to her helmet and the polarization faded, revealing her face once more.

"...I wonder how long we could explore. We have rations for days and they didn't exactly give us a deadline for this mission. Your thoughts, gents?"

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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #56 on: June 07, 2016, 03:09:36 am »
[Astrometrics]

Cocking his head (rather puppy-like) at the empty seat, Gavin gave a microscopic shrug and slid into the seat.  He wasn't sure if the girl wanted him to look over her work or she just wanted to show it off.  He could appreciate the need to work for an audience...sometimes.  Ever since he first tested off the charts as a child and the word 'genius' started being bandied about, Gavin had begun feeling a breed apart from humanity.  He was suddenly glad he'd not said something like that out loud, because it sounded incredibly dramatic and arrogant, but it was also kind of true.  What was the use in being the smartest guy in the room if you couldn't show off a little...every now and then?

"I'm fairly new here," he said, idly scrolling through her computations.  "Have you been on Discovery long?"  He tapped through a few more pages, nodding occasionally.  "Is this your first shipboard assignment?  You look super-young, but people say that about me, too.  Especially since I went to the Academy early.  Also, do you have permission and clearance to be digging into temporal mechanics?"

[Astrometrics]

Anastasia watched over Gavin's shoulder as she scrolled through her work with a smug look on her face. "Not zhis time but zhis vas my first assignment from zhe Academy. I have been passed from hand to hand for a vile." She shrugged even though he wasn't looking at her. "I vent to zhe Academy at zixteen and left yust before my eightteenz birzday." Her tone became clipped for a moment as she glossed over her time at Starfleet Academy, signaling she didn't want to discuss it, still sour over the events that had happened precluding her from her commission at the time.

When Gavin asked about her permission to access the temporal mechanics models the smug look disappeared from her face and was replaced, to her own surprise with a look of glee. Yust maybe you do deserve zhat zhirty under zhirty title. "Zhere vas somezhing zhe computer said vhen I vas first stationed here but Keptin Kirok hard codded my permission vhen I ignored zhe computer's skvahking and went about my vork anyvay. Most of my CSO's never like it much but," she shrugged again, "vhatever."

Reaching over Gavin's shoulder she scrolled to the end of her work and beamed, happy to have someone who might at least get a ghist of what she was doing. "Zhis is zhe end goal." The screen displayed her own creation, a model depiction the creation of a wormhole through time, what she called a temporal tunnel. "Von day I vould like to visit zhe Bayoran vurmhole and talk to zhe "Prophets" about how zhe created zheir vurmhole. I see no reason ve could not use zhe same technique in a temporary vay and point it zhrough time razher zhan zhrough space." She stood defiantly before him and said, "Zhe maz supports my zheroy. I yust do not know how to make zhe hole."


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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #57 on: June 07, 2016, 05:35:21 pm »
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Lizzie listened to the general story. She had read about the Guardian of Forever. The incident that had caused a new General Order that was punishable by the Death penalty. Thankfully it had now been rescinded. She hear his question and nodded.

"Of course." She replied, getting up and going over to the replicator.

"One Synthale and one Raktajino, large with double sugar." She asked. A few seconds later two mugs appeared in the dispenser. She picked them up, hading the Synthale to Hawke before taking her seat.

"Please continue Mr Hawke." She said after taking a sip of her drink.

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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #58 on: June 07, 2016, 07:36:32 pm »

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Lizzie leaned back in her chair and thought over what the Lieutenant had just said. What she should do is is detain him, call the Captain and report the whole thing. However, the situation was far from standard and what good would reporting him do? None, as far as she could see. However she needed to impress him with the seriousness of the situation.

"Right Mr Hawke. I hope you understand the situation that I am in. What I should be doing right now is calling security and the Captain, informing them of the situation and make sure you are detained for breaking practically every aspect of the Temporal Prime Directive. Not only have you changed the course of events, but you crossed the reality barrier to do it. You had no right making that decision!" She said, her voice rising as she got up and leaned on her desk. "Who knows what you changed. I take you are aware of the ripple effect?" She asked, her green eyes, now as hard as the emeralds they resembled, staring at him without blinking.
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Re: Season 11: Episode 2 - Diplomatic Disaster
« Reply #59 on: June 07, 2016, 10:52:12 pm »
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Lizzie leaned back in her chair and thought over what the Lieutenant had just said. What she should do is is detain him, call the Captain and report the whole thing. However, the situation was far from standard and what good would reporting him do? None, as far as she could see. However she needed to impress him with the seriousness of the situation.

"Right Mr Hawke. I hope you understand the situation that I am in. What I should be doing right now is calling security and the Captain, informing them of the situation and make sure you are detained for breaking practically every aspect of the Temporal Prime Directive. Not only have you changed the course of events, but you crossed the reality barrier to do it. You had no right making that decision!" She said, her voice rising as she got up and leaned on her desk. "Who knows what you changed. I take you are aware of the ripple effect?" She asked, her green eyes, now as hard as the emeralds they resembled, staring at him without blinking.

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