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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #30 on: August 08, 2016, 11:04:50 pm »

[Sickbay]

"Dwww" Zex replied.  "It's sad that you think that your family doesn't miss you" she said more to herself than the Denobulan.  She simply nodded in agreement about his remark concerning the holidays.

"I heard we are going to a pre warp plant" Zex said, happy for the change in subject.  She leaned slightly toward him and whispered "apparently the Observation Team may have been detected and things got ugly.  Thus the need to set up for triage and critically wounded.  I think we are going to extract them."

[Sickbay]

He regarded a hypospray he'd found in one of the medical kits. It was damaged, so he walked it over to the replicator, salvaging it and making a new, working one. "Well they understand my commitment to Starfleet, and although it may sound odd I got tired of living on a planet with no room." he said. With Denobulans usually living among 12 billion of their closest friends, anyone with claustrophobia was shot out of luck.

He nodded as she mentioned the pre-warp civilization. Extremely high standards were used by Starfleet when it came to observing them, so if they had been detected that was somebody's job right there. "Interesting. Almost unbelievable. I would have thought that observation teams would have been more careful." he said, his cynical side showing itself briefly before the doctor took over. "Do we know how many casualties to expect?" he asked, before clenching at the word, a slight bit of PTSD from the war. He stabilized himself and prepared the bio beds.


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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #31 on: August 09, 2016, 04:22:34 am »
[Bridge]

"Crewmen efficiency reports for the week, Captain. If you don't mind signing off on them. To make it short and sweet, 12.6% increase in work activity, but Lt. Cooper believes the numbers are too low. Second form is a request for an emergency drill after Calabar."

"Thank you, Crewman." Kyle said as he signed off on the requests.

Now that they were under way once again, Kyle decided it was time to brief the Senior Staff. As he looked around the Bridge, he was still aware of the absence of COO, Sukal. Kyle had made it his personal mission to get the man back on to a ship and just as quickly, he had to take some emergency LOA. His Acting Chief of Ops, Lt Cooper would attend the staff meeting along with Tekin, Pardek and Filitov from the Bridge crew. Kaz would have to come up from Engineering. And Doctor Zollin from Sickbay. He tapped the comm button after clearing his throat.

=^=Briggs to all Senior Staff. There will be a briefing in the Conference Room in fifteen minutes. Briggs out.=^=

He turned and smiled at the young Crewman that had just brought him the reports. They were cruising smoothly so he saw no issues with a little training. He stood and straightened his uniform.

"Crewman Reyes. You have the Bridge." he said as he headed for the Conference Room.

[Conference Room]

Once he entered the room, he went about his usual task. He approached the replicator and ordered up cold water and glasses for everyone. It had become more of a form of relaxing before a meeting than anything else. He distributed the glasses and pitchers around the table and walked over to the window. He loved being out here. He often found himself missing that special someone he had left back in Ireland to restart his career. He wondered what she was doing now. He continued to stand there as he waited on the others to arrive.


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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #32 on: August 09, 2016, 06:09:55 am »
[Bridge]

"Thank you, Crewman." Kyle said as he signed off on the requests.

Honestly, Yates would have been proud that Reyes wasn't bouncing on her heels waiting for the report to be signed. That was probably why Anderson and not her was in attendance. Be still her Starfleet-stout heart should she witness Reyes breaking protocol by smiling the wrong way or something at the Captain.

"No prob- erm..." Anderson was practically flagging her down before she even finished her sentence. "Captain," Reyes acknowledged with a nod instead. She took back the PADD and ignored the way Anderson was making a silent cheer behind the Captain's back.

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He turned and smiled at the young Crewman that had just brought him the reports. They were cruising smoothly so he saw no issues with a little training. He stood and straightened his uniform.

"Crewman Reyes. You have the Bridge." he said as he headed for the Conference Room.

Wait. What? Reyes eyes widened when he turned away - she was so stunned she couldn't muster a chance to protest or question his orders. She had the bridge. She. Had. The. Bridge!

Let's be real, here. The only ship she's ever commandeered was the squatter freighter and even then it was done in jest. Was she the Captain now? Could she sit in his oh so nice plush Captain's chair? Anderson was trying not to develop an aneurysm beside her and all she could do was nervously gesture Reyes to move.

Squelching the urge to run back to the turbolift, Reyes gripped her PADD hard and took two giant steps to the side of the Captain's chair and tried to look like she belonged there. So far, no Klingon attacks. She let out a very concentrated exhale and, tentatively, stepped in front of the Captain's chair like she was doing an awkward waltz. No decloaking Romulans, fantastic!

It was like trying to defuse a 21st century bomb. Anderson literally started chewing on her nails when Reyes gingerly took a seat at the edge of the chair, but so far no one reprimanded her for it. A little more confident, she leaned back and sank into the most comfortable chair in the entire galaxy and crossed her legs.

Oh. What power! Her heart fluttered in delight and felt more at ease in the command chair. It was like a first kiss. Only less humiliating and without being sandwiched into a cargo container.

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #33 on: August 09, 2016, 06:27:26 am »
[Bridge]

Alex had felt Discovery drop out of warp, but pushed it to the back of his mind when no other indication of trouble arose. By the time he had been informed of the last minute crew transfers, both Zero and Jiseth had disembarked, and the ship was well back on course. It was a bit disconcerting, having both their senior flight officers taken away at the start of a new mission, but Alex supposed it wouldn't affect them too much, at least in the short term. Their mission was all about staying inconspicuous, a task which called for a tedious time at the helm.

Stepping onto the bridge, his eyes immediately flickered over the scene, taking note of officers at their stations, along with a small cluster already formed around the Captain's chair. Several faces were new, including the helmswoman who had replaced Jiseth. The preliminary report in hand, Alex strolled over to Pardek's station to wait his turn with Briggs. "Good morning Saf." He began conversationally, nodding towards the helm. "Asides from our new pilot, any idea who else we've picked up?"

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The flurry of people surrounding the captain was not an usual thing, though Safefta could say that she found it annoying to watch. She preferred the bridge in its tranquil state-- which so very rarely happened. A voice at her side drew her attention away from the rest. She glanced over at Alex. The incident a few weeks prior in which she'd been on the negative end of Alex's strength-- or rather, the possessive alien influence's strength-- was still fairly recent in her mind, but it wasn't enough to affect her response.

"----I have the rosters open, but I've yet to give them a thorough examination," Safefta explained. "Supposedly, they are a promising group of individuals."

She could not deliberate further over the new transfers, as the captain interjected an order for a briefing. Pardek nodded to Alex, but forwent any courteous nonsense like 'after you' as she left her station to a replacement.
[Conference Room]

Once he entered the room, he went about his usual task. He approached the replicator and ordered up cold water and glasses for everyone. It had become more of a form of relaxing before a meeting than anything else. He distributed the glasses and pitchers around the table and walked over to the window. He loved being out here. He often found himself missing that special someone he had left back in Ireland to restart his career. He wondered what she was doing now. He continued to stand there as he waited on the others to arrive.



[Conference Room]

Safefta took a seat that would allow her to view the others in the room with ease. She ignored the water glasses and waited for the filter of people to finish filling the room.


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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #34 on: August 09, 2016, 06:54:19 am »
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=^=Briggs to all Senior Staff. There will be a briefing in the Conference Room in fifteen minutes. Briggs out.=^=

[CEO Office]

Kaz could only speculate what this meeting would be about. It was a logical assumption that it had everything to do with this pre-warp civilization they were heading towards. She stepped out of her office grabbing her Vulcan tea and several PADDs containing various status reports and system updates. "Mr. Bradley, please take point while I'm out and keep everyone working on those injectors. They're still not up to my standards." With her marching orders issued she exited the engine room and made her way to deck one.

[Conference Room]

Leela entered the conference room and saw she was among the first to arrive. She gave a slight nod to Commander Pardek and Captain Briggs. The PADDs fell from her hands to the top of the conference table in a disorganized fashion and she set her tea down gently before taking her seat near the end of the table.
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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #35 on: August 09, 2016, 02:11:30 pm »
[Sickbay]

He regarded a hypospray he'd found in one of the medical kits. It was damaged, so he walked it over to the replicator, salvaging it and making a new, working one. "Well they understand my commitment to Starfleet, and although it may sound odd I got tired of living on a planet with no room." he said. With Denobulans usually living among 12 billion of their closest friends, anyone with claustrophobia was shot out of luck.

He nodded as she mentioned the pre-warp civilization. Extremely high standards were used by Starfleet when it came to observing them, so if they had been detected that was somebody's job right there. "Interesting. Almost unbelievable. I would have thought that observation teams would have been more careful." he said, his cynical side showing itself briefly before the doctor took over. "Do we know how many casualties to expect?" he asked, before clenching at the word, a slight bit of PTSD from the war. He stabilized himself and prepared the bio beds.


[Sickbay]

Zex had grown up in a big house.  Her parents had owned plenty of land.  The thought of overcrowding was somewhat foreign to her.

"The conditions sound terrible.  At least compared to Delta IV.  Has the Denobulans government ever considered relocating to another planet?" she asked curiously.

Zex nodded her agreement.  She had no idea how the Observation Team could have made such a big mistake.  "I've not been told yet.  I hope less than 20.  Otherwise, we will be working out of one of the cargo bays" she surmised.


[Bridge]

"Thank you, Crewman." Kyle said as he signed off on the requests.

Now that they were under way once again, Kyle decided it was time to brief the Senior Staff. As he looked around the Bridge, he was still aware of the absence of COO, Sukal. Kyle had made it his personal mission to get the man back on to a ship and just as quickly, he had to take some emergency LOA. His Acting Chief of Ops, Lt Cooper would attend the staff meeting along with Tekin, Pardek and Filitov from the Bridge crew. Kaz would have to come up from Engineering. And Doctor Zollin from Sickbay. He tapped the comm button after clearing his throat.

=^=Briggs to all Senior Staff. There will be a briefing in the Conference Room in fifteen minutes. Briggs out.=^=

He turned and smiled at the young Crewman that had just brought him the reports. They were cruising smoothly so he saw no issues with a little training. He stood and straightened his uniform.

"Crewman Reyes. You have the Bridge." he said as he headed for the Conference Room.

[Conference Room]

Once he entered the room, he went about his usual task. He approached the replicator and ordered up cold water and glasses for everyone. It had become more of a form of relaxing before a meeting than anything else. He distributed the glasses and pitchers around the table and walked over to the window. He loved being out here. He often found himself missing that special someone he had left back in Ireland to restart his career. He wondered what she was doing now. He continued to stand there as he waited on the others to arrive.


[Sickbay]

Zex looked up at the ceiling when the hale come through.  Dr. Zollin picked up a padd and left the unit.  "I guess we may have some more information soon" she said after turning back to Klabax.

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #36 on: August 09, 2016, 02:39:32 pm »

[Sickbay]

Zex had grown up in a big house.  Her parents had owned plenty of land.  The thought of overcrowding was somewhat foreign to her.

"The conditions sound terrible.  At least compared to Delta IV.  Has the Denobulans government ever considered relocating to another planet?" she asked curiously.

Zex nodded her agreement.  She had no idea how the Observation Team could have made such a big mistake.  "I've not been told yet.  I hope less than 20.  Otherwise, we will be working out of one of the cargo bays" she surmised.



[Sickbay]

Zex looked up at the ceiling when the hale come through.  Dr. Zollin picked up a padd and left the unit.  "I guess we may have some more information soon" she said after turning back to Klabax.

[Sickbay]

Klabax looked at her with a surprised gaze. The idea of Denobulans spreading out to the other planets, much less the other continents on his planet, was foreign to him. "Spread out?" he asked, quite surprised. "Everyone on the planet lives on one land mass, we're not even spread out among the entirety of the planet."

"We are spread among the stars, but most Denobulans return home eventually. Those that do not are the outlier." he said, counting himself among the outliers.

"Well we had best prepare for the worst and hope for the best. We should have enough medkits." he said, and moved over to the surgery alcove in the sickbay, preparing it for immediate use. It wasn't a textbook setup, but it was a method that had been used by many ships doctors during the war that got the ward more efficient.


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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #37 on: August 09, 2016, 05:24:28 pm »
=^=Briggs to all Senior Staff. There will be a briefing in the Conference Room in fifteen minutes. Briggs out.=^=

[Bridge]

"Hi ho, it's off to work we go." Alex commented dryly, following Safefta off the bridge. The crewman whom Briggs had assigned to man the Conn caught his eye, a slight smile playing across his face as he noticed her unconcealed bliss. "Don't get too comfortable, crewman." He casually quipped, passing by quickly on his way to the corridor access, "And whatever you do, don't press the big red button."

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Entering the large room, Alex nodded at Kaz, glancing at the pile of PADDs strewn on the table infront of her. "I see you're getting used to being the Chief Engineer." He chuckled, while pouring himself a glass of water and taking his seat next to Pardek's. "It's a shame Mr.Hawke was transferred out so soon after arriving, he was a good engineer. On the bright side, I believe he's been given the CEO post on Tempest as well, so you both have the chance to shine. He'll certainly have his hands full on that old boat."

Taking a sip of water, Alex leaned forward, resting his forearms on the tabletop. "I'm sure the Captain will go further into detail, but you'll have a busy time of it on this mission as well. From a precursory look, there's alot of work to be done."

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #38 on: August 09, 2016, 05:59:42 pm »
[Bridge]

"Hi ho, it's off to work we go." Alex commented dryly, following Safefta off the bridge. The crewman whom Briggs had assigned to man the Conn caught his eye, a slight smile playing across his face as he noticed her unconcealed bliss. "Don't get too comfortable, crewman." He casually quipped, passing by quickly on his way to the corridor access, "And whatever you do, don't press the big red button."

Reyes did not squeak when Commander Wu passed by. "Yes, Commander," she said dolefully, resisting the urge to pout. What a shame.

Before Anderson could make a quip, she handed her PADD to her with a regal flip of her wrist. "Back to Operations for you, Crewman." She tried not to laugh at Anderson's unimpressed frown when she followed orders and headed back through the turbolift.

But it wasn't like she was just going to sit pretty (although she very much wanted to). After a few minutes, she asked for a status report to make sure things were going smoothly. She even did it with only a slight stutter this time.

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #39 on: August 09, 2016, 06:52:33 pm »
[Bridge]

"Thank you, Crewman." Kyle said as he signed off on the requests.

Now that they were under way once again, Kyle decided it was time to brief the Senior Staff. As he looked around the Bridge, he was still aware of the absence of COO, Sukal. Kyle had made it his personal mission to get the man back on to a ship and just as quickly, he had to take some emergency LOA. His Acting Chief of Ops, Lt Cooper would attend the staff meeting along with Tekin, Pardek and Filitov from the Bridge crew. Kaz would have to come up from Engineering. And Doctor Zollin from Sickbay. He tapped the comm button after clearing his throat.

=^=Briggs to all Senior Staff. There will be a briefing in the Conference Room in fifteen minutes. Briggs out.=^=

He turned and smiled at the young Crewman that had just brought him the reports. They were cruising smoothly so he saw no issues with a little training. He stood and straightened his uniform.

"Crewman Reyes. You have the Bridge." he said as he headed for the Conference Room.

[Conference Room]

Once he entered the room, he went about his usual task. He approached the replicator and ordered up cold water and glasses for everyone. It had become more of a form of relaxing before a meeting than anything else. He distributed the glasses and pitchers around the table and walked over to the window. He loved being out here. He often found himself missing that special someone he had left back in Ireland to restart his career. He wondered what she was doing now. He continued to stand there as he waited on the others to arrive.

[Bridge]

Not hearing an answer from the science lab, the Bajoran had no choice but to nod to the Captain as he called for the senior officers.  Sighing mentally, he signaled for his science crewman to take the station.  He debated calling one of his officers, however with the poor crewman taking the command station, he didn't want to disrupt the chain of commend with an officer outranking her.

[Conference Room]

Nevir stepped in, heading to a seat near the Captain.  No doubt this would be a mission briefing, and by that regard he made sure he had information on this prewar civilization.  It was going to be very interesting.

"Captain." he said, nodding to his senior officer, and taking his seat.  It would be prudent for the Captain to start before he said anything.

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #40 on: August 09, 2016, 07:09:37 pm »
[Sickbay]

Klabax looked at her with a surprised gaze. The idea of Denobulans spreading out to the other planets, much less the other continents on his planet, was foreign to him. "Spread out?" he asked, quite surprised. "Everyone on the planet lives on one land mass, we're not even spread out among the entirety of the planet."

"We are spread among the stars, but most Denobulans return home eventually. Those that do not are the outlier." he said, counting himself among the outliers.

"Well we had best prepare for the worst and hope for the best. We should have enough medkits." he said, and moved over to the surgery alcove in the sickbay, preparing it for immediate use. It wasn't a textbook setup, but it was a method that had been used by many ships doctors during the war that got the ward more efficient.


[Sickbay]

Zex was confused by the Denobulans remarks.  Her eyebrows bunched close together as she tried to figure out the puzzle he had presented.  "Why does everyone live only on one land mass, it there is some much over crowding?" she asked curiously.

"Is it a cultural thing?  Do Denobulans by nature like to live all together.  Or is it an evolutionary adaptation, safety in numbers, protection from predators, type thing?" she said.

When the CMO left, Zed moved to the next bed and examined the equipment.  A dermal regenerator was missing.  She went to a closet and found one and brought it back to the bio bed.

"I agree.  I think the bio bed areas are pretty well set.  What's next on our list?" she asked.

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #41 on: August 09, 2016, 07:22:08 pm »
[Bridge]

"Thank you, Crewman." Kyle said as he signed off on the requests.

Now that they were under way once again, Kyle decided it was time to brief the Senior Staff. As he looked around the Bridge, he was still aware of the absence of COO, Sukal. Kyle had made it his personal mission to get the man back on to a ship and just as quickly, he had to take some emergency LOA. His Acting Chief of Ops, Lt Cooper would attend the staff meeting along with Tekin, Pardek and Filitov from the Bridge crew. Kaz would have to come up from Engineering. And Doctor Zollin from Sickbay. He tapped the comm button after clearing his throat.

=^=Briggs to all Senior Staff. There will be a briefing in the Conference Room in fifteen minutes. Briggs out.=^=

He turned and smiled at the young Crewman that had just brought him the reports. They were cruising smoothly so he saw no issues with a little training. He stood and straightened his uniform.

"Crewman Reyes. You have the Bridge." he said as he headed for the Conference Room.

[Conference Room]

Once he entered the room, he went about his usual task. He approached the replicator and ordered up cold water and glasses for everyone. It had become more of a form of relaxing before a meeting than anything else. He distributed the glasses and pitchers around the table and walked over to the window. He loved being out here. He often found himself missing that special someone he had left back in Ireland to restart his career. He wondered what she was doing now. He continued to stand there as he waited on the others to arrive.

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At the Captain's order, she signalled for the relief helm officer. Once the Crewman arrived, she did the normal transfer. Then picking her bag up she went into the conference room. Seeing there were several officers already there, of whom she only knew one, she sat down in a vacant chair. As far away from Nevir as possible. Hrafn might have forgiven him but he had yet to redeem himself in Katcha's eyes. If he wanted her trust again, he would have to earn it. She took a sip from the glass of water in front of her and waited for the briefing to begin.

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #42 on: August 09, 2016, 07:53:10 pm »

[Sickbay]

Zex was confused by the Denobulans remarks.  Her eyebrows bunched close together as she tried to figure out the puzzle he had presented.  "Why does everyone live only on one land mass, it there is some much over crowding?" she asked curiously.

"Is it a cultural thing?  Do Denobulans by nature like to live all together.  Or is it an evolutionary adaptation, safety in numbers, protection from predators, type thing?" she said.

When the CMO left, Zed moved to the next bed and examined the equipment.  A dermal regenerator was missing.  She went to a closet and found one and brought it back to the bio bed.

"I agree.  I think the bio bed areas are pretty well set.  What's next on our list?" she asked.

[Sickbay]

"Well I'm not entirely sure of the reason myself... It's been like that since time immemorial." he said, trying to recall any reasoning. "Best I can figure out is our forefather's forefather's... well a long way down... realized we'd overrun our planet if not careful and so have left the bulk of our planet untamed wilderness, creating oxygen as most of it is trees." he said, finding that as good an explanation as any.

He saw the CMO leave, but continued working, not letting that fact dwell too much on him. He strapped a medical tricorder to his waist after testing it, making sure that it was working correctly.

He looked at her, all business now that he knew their mission. "Well, we'd best go over their medical records now." he said, moving over to a terminal. If there were any special medical concerns, he wanted to know that now instead of in the middle of surgery, or find out that someone may be allergic to a medicine after being treated.


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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #43 on: August 09, 2016, 09:24:47 pm »
[Sickbay]

"Well I'm not entirely sure of the reason myself... It's been like that since time immemorial." he said, trying to recall any reasoning. "Best I can figure out is our forefather's forefather's... well a long way down... realized we'd overrun our planet if not careful and so have left the bulk of our planet untamed wilderness, creating oxygen as most of it is trees." he said, finding that as good an explanation as any.

He saw the CMO leave, but continued working, not letting that fact dwell too much on him. He strapped a medical tricorder to his waist after testing it, making sure that it was working correctly.

He looked at her, all business now that he knew their mission. "Well, we'd best go over their medical records now." he said, moving over to a terminal. If there were any special medical concerns, he wanted to know that now instead of in the middle of surgery, or find out that someone may be allergic to a medicine after being treated.


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"Oh" Zex replied.  She blinked a few times as she gathered her thoughts.  "If that is the case, then it is the first time I have every heard of a species doing it" she admitted.

"Usually, you hear of civilizations who exhaust all the resources of their planets.  They promoted industry over nature and end up killing off all the vegetation on the planet.  The animals too, in some cases" she explained in the typical chatty nature.  "Denobolans may just be one of the more evolved species in the universe" she added.

"Excellent idea, doctor.  I will join you in just a moment" Zex replied.  Then she finished her work at the last bio bed and returned to the closet to get a tricorder for herself.  "Should we split the work 50/50" she proposed as she walked up to the spare work station. 

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Re: Season Eleven: Episode Three - Decon Duty
« Reply #44 on: August 09, 2016, 09:54:34 pm »
[Bridge]

"Hi ho, it's off to work we go." Alex commented dryly, following Safefta off the bridge. The crewman whom Briggs had assigned to man the Conn caught his eye, a slight smile playing across his face as he noticed her unconcealed bliss. "Don't get too comfortable, crewman." He casually quipped, passing by quickly on his way to the corridor access, "And whatever you do, don't press the big red button."

[Conference Room]

Entering the large room, Alex nodded at Kaz, glancing at the pile of PADDs strewn on the table infront of her. "I see you're getting used to being the Chief Engineer." He chuckled, while pouring himself a glass of water and taking his seat next to Pardek's. "It's a shame Mr.Hawke was transferred out so soon after arriving, he was a good engineer. On the bright side, I believe he's been given the CEO post on Tempest as well, so you both have the chance to shine. He'll certainly have his hands full on that old boat."

Taking a sip of water, Alex leaned forward, resting his forearms on the tabletop. "I'm sure the Captain will go further into detail, but you'll have a busy time of it on this mission as well. From a precursory look, there's alot of work to be done."

[Conference Room]

"Eh, it's not my first time in the role." Leela laughed slightly. "Well, I guess it's my first time. Preta was a Chief Engineer for a bit. However in those days Engineering was a very different place. They got a lot messier in those days. But ill forego the trip down memory lane for now." She paused taking a sip of her team as her mind wandered for a moment. "But yes, James will do great." She added.


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