Author Topic: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth  (Read 15570 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Kintiss

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Competent Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 212
  • Awarded to the player whom the CO feels is worthy of recognition. Awarded to Players who have been with the Fleet for one year. Awarded to any player who stuck with the site during the June 2017 Site Move Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Given to the SIMM that has survived the roughest storm during the year.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #15 on: February 01, 2017, 08:54:55 pm »
She flipped channels anyway to Sickbay, completely certain that Ensign Trix would probably forget to call via comm and jog up to Medical instead. "Bridge to Sickbay," Kali tried not to sigh. "Crewman Atwood in incapacitated down in the Shuttlebay. Requesting immediate attention." 

[Sickbay]

Somehow, Kintiss knew it wouldn't last.

=/\="On my way,"=/\= he called back as he prepared a medical kit. Very rarely did things go as planned. There was a time when that irritated him beyond belief, but experience had taught him to roll with life's punches.

Then, just as he was about to leave, an El-Aurian walked in, out of the blue and out of uniform.


It was at this point Kintiss recognised a constant pattern in the grand chaos of the universe. Almost nothing happened in Sickbay, but when it did, there was a lot of things happening at once.

"I have to ressspond to thissss medical emergency," he hastily explained on his way out. "One of my colleaguessss will deal with you. If you could take a ssssseat and wait for them to arrive."

Klabax was looking through the PADD when a new alert came up- medical alert in the shuttlebay. He called down to sickbay, wanting to liaise with the medical staff on duty. =/\= Klabax to Sickbay, do you want me to take this alert or are you already en route?=/\= he asked, as he gathered his medical supplies, just in case.

=/\="I'll handle it, Cottle. Need you in Ssssickbay to conduct a physssical, and be prepared to receive wounded."=/\= Hopefully, the wound suffered by poor Crewman Atwood wasn't that severe, but Kintiss knew better than to assume the best of injuries.


[Shuttlebay]

"Sssstand clear!" Kintiss called as he approached the downed Crewman and pulled out a medical tricorder, running it over the site of injury. "Major head trauma," he murmured as the tricorder played back its findings. "Did anyone sssssee what happened to her?" It was only then he noticed the pool of ion shunt near the Crewman. Clearly, someone hadn't been listening during their engineering safety briefings.

Offline Tekin Nevir

  • Command Level Officer
  • Veteran Member
  • *
  • Posts: 1802
  • Awarded by the FCO to the CO who has shown the best leadership. Three year award Awarded to players who guest star in another SIMM. Awarded in January and July by the FCO to crew of the most friendly SIMM. Awarded to those who demonstrate an ability to convey the action of combat.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #16 on: February 01, 2017, 09:11:08 pm »
[Bridge] 

He didn't want to overshadow Kinley, she was the science officer on the bridge.  But this... this was completely different.  It was downright strange, probably one of the most unusual things he had encountered.  It was in his field as well, which perked his interest to no end.  As he watched the scans come through, he shook his head.

"Its rare for a hollow planet to survive this long as a rogue.  Still, this will make a outside attack complicated.  There is something in there, any type of gases.  We'll need better readings to make a guess.  It could be any number of things... ships, water, ice, gas..." he said, trailing off as Kali got her next reading.

[Bridge]

"Try primordial ooze." Kali turned in her seat once the secondary readings came through. "Scans tested positive on the bio-sensor. You've got lifeforms living inside that flying metal death trap."

"Kinley, get a full analysis on that rock... this is perfect." he said, pushing off and walking over to the console that Kali was at, looking over the readings as they came in.

"Prophets... its an inverted accretion!  A Dyson world!  Nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water... its breathable.  Get all the scans you can... we might not ever get a chance like this again." he said, obviously excited over the discovery.  An old theory he read appeared to be possible.. and true.

Offline Lena Atwood

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Competent Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 177
  • Awarded to players who have been with the fleet for six months.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #17 on: February 01, 2017, 09:17:22 pm »
[Shuttlebay]

"Sssstand clear!" Kintiss called as he approached the downed Crewman and pulled out a medical tricorder, running it over the site of injury. "Major head trauma," he murmured as the tricorder played back its findings. "Did anyone sssssee what happened to her?" It was only then he noticed the pool of ion shunt near the Crewman. Clearly, someone hadn't been listening during their engineering safety briefings.

NPC [Petty Officer 2 Alershod]

"No we're certain she made sure that it was isolated, I think its an issue with the fault she fixed." He said using a hyperspanner to indicate the shuttle now raised high above their heads."We'll have to put a repair request into engineering now." He said squatting down next to the unconscious Lena." The alien doctor unsettled him and he fidgeted his hands repeatedly. "Can she go? We really need the bay back?"
When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.— Leonardo Da Vinci

 
Sir Lena of House Atwood, Grand Marshall of Hospitality

Offline Kintiss

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Competent Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 212
  • Awarded to the player whom the CO feels is worthy of recognition. Awarded to Players who have been with the Fleet for one year. Awarded to any player who stuck with the site during the June 2017 Site Move Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Given to the SIMM that has survived the roughest storm during the year.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #18 on: February 01, 2017, 10:21:12 pm »
"No we're certain she made sure that it was isolated, I think its an issue with the fault she fixed." He said using a hyperspanner to indicate the shuttle now raised high above their heads."We'll have to put a repair request into engineering now." He said squatting down next to the unconscious Lena." The alien doctor unsettled him and he fidgeted his hands repeatedly. "Can she go? We really need the bay back?"

[Shuttlebay]

"I have to sssstop the bleeding firssst," Kintiss hissed as he applied a hypospray to Atwood's head. Luckily for Petty Officer Alershod, he didn't mind the ingratitude. "You'll have it back sssssoon, don't worry." It wasn't that bad an injury, which Kintiss supposed was good for the unconscious Crewman. With a bit of stitching up, and enforced rest, she'd be good as new in no time.

Offline Lena Atwood

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Competent Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 177
  • Awarded to players who have been with the fleet for six months.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #19 on: February 01, 2017, 10:38:42 pm »
[Shuttlebay]

"I have to sssstop the bleeding firssst," Kintiss hissed as he applied a hypospray to Atwood's head. Luckily for Petty Officer Alershod, he didn't mind the ingratitude. "You'll have it back sssssoon, don't worry." It wasn't that bad an injury, which Kintiss supposed was good for the unconscious Crewman. With a bit of stitching up, and enforced rest, she'd be good as new in no time.

[NPC Petty Officer 2 Alershod]

"Good, there's only two larger maintenance bays and we've got a type 11 in 20 minutes." He stood quickly wanting to avoid eye contact with the doctor. =/\="Computer, put in a engineering repair order on the delta flyer. Highest priority."=/\= The petty officer looked back. Two medical attendants had brought a anti-grav lift through, they came in and waited expectantly nearby for a nod from the doctor.
When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.— Leonardo Da Vinci

 
Sir Lena of House Atwood, Grand Marshall of Hospitality

Offline D'Vid

  • Deceased/Retired
  • Senior Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 552
  • Awarded to any player who stuck with the site during the June 2017 Site Move Awarded to players who have been with the fleet for six months. Awarded to players who successfully complete the EPC or OTC. Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Awarded to any player who donates money to help keep SF running
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #20 on: February 02, 2017, 04:05:32 am »
[Sickbay]
D'Vid nodded to snakehead Doctor who left on an emergency call. He walked over to the seating area. He sat down and waited patiently.

Within three minutes of waiting he had an incoming call from Engineering to see he was able report early for his shift to care a priority repair. He said he would be there.

"Nurse can you please tell Doctor Kintiss," he said. The Nurse nodded her head. She was thin, young and attractive.

He left the medical bay and to his quarters to change.


Parent account is D'Vid to contact me. Thanks

Offline Kinley Garrison

  • The Cheezit Thief
  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Veteran Member
  • *
  • Posts: 1761
  • Shenanigans ensueth.
  • Awarded in January and July by the FCO to crew of the most organized SIMM. Biannua Award Awarded to the winner of the bi-annual crew choice poll. Awarded to the player whom the CO feels is worthy of recognition.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #21 on: February 02, 2017, 11:59:29 am »
[Bridge]

Nevir smiled, nodding to his Captain.  And thank the Prophets that this time, the Captain WAS a Captain, and not a higher rank.  Admiral Kirok was not bad persay, however it got way too confusion when he spent his career talking to a captain and then had an admiral as the CO.

"Aye sir." he said, standing up and walking over to Kinley, at the science station.  His one complaint about Michaels, his CSO, was that the man preferred the comfort of the Science Lab.  Not that he was required to be on the bridge, but he was vastly different from how Nevir handled his department.

"Lieutenant.  Begin a metallurgical analysis as soon as possible.  I'm not sure if we have the beam strength to move it, but blasting it from the ship might not be the best solution, either." he said, standing almost over Kinley as she worked.

[Bridge]

Nodding at Tekin, she began the Metallurgical scans of the asteroid. The big chunk of space rock was made of the usual high iron content, and a bunch of other materials, including a surprising high composition of carbon and... were those gases seeping out of it?  She pointed out the unusual presence of the atmospheric gas out to the XO when suddenly the scanners read that the asteroid was not only hollow, but had some form of life inside it! 

[Bridge] 

He didn't want to overshadow Kinley, she was the science officer on the bridge.  But this... this was completely different.  It was downright strange, probably one of the most unusual things he had encountered.  It was in his field as well, which perked his interest to no end.  As he watched the scans come through, he shook his head.

"Its rare for a hollow planet to survive this long as a rogue.  Still, this will make a outside attack complicated.  There is something in there, any type of gases.  We'll need better readings to make a guess.  It could be any number of things... ships, water, ice, gas..." he said, trailing off as Kali got her next reading.

"Kinley, get a full analysis on that rock... this is perfect." he said, pushing off and walking over to the console that Kali was at, looking over the readings as they came in.

"Prophets... its an inverted accretion!  A Dyson world!  Nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water... its breathable.  Get all the scans you can... we might not ever get a chance like this again." he said, obviously excited over the discovery.  An old theory he read appeared to be possible.. and true.


Kinley grinned excitedly at the scientific prospects of this Dyson World. " Oh my gosh! It's like an inverted planet!
Tapping rapidly on the science console,  she increased the power to all the scanning systems.  "All scans are operating at full capacity. We should be getting more readouts shortly. "
 As a scientist, she couldn't help but feel ecstatic at the implications of this. A hollow planetoid which had managed to form some biological features? This could change nearly everything they knew about planetary formation, biological formation, the possibilities were endless!
We're in Starfleet here. Weird is part of the job description.


Click the badge to read my bio.

Offline Klabax Cottle

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Experienced Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 298
  • Awarded to players who have been with the fleet for six months. Given to the SIMM that has survived the roughest storm during the year. Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Awarded in January and July to the player with the most humorous posts.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #22 on: February 02, 2017, 12:53:48 pm »
[Sickbay]
=/\="I'll handle it, Cottle. Need you in Ssssickbay to conduct a physssical, and be prepared to receive wounded."=/\= Hopefully, the wound suffered by poor Crewman Atwood wasn't that severe, but Kintiss knew better than to assume the best of injuries.
[Quarters]

=/\= Aye. =/\= he said and closed the channel, exiting his quarters, moving down to sickbay as quickly as possible. The turbolift he entered swished shut behind him, and sped off to sickbay, where it deposited him. He entered the bay and looked around for who was needing a physical, and prepping the bay if needed.

[Sickbay]
D'Vid nodded to snakehead Doctor who left on an emergency call. He walked over to the seating area. He sat down and waited patiently.

Within three minutes of waiting he had an incoming call from Engineering to see he was able report early for his shift to care a priority repair. He said he would be there.

"Nurse can you please tell Doctor Kintiss," he said. The Nurse nodded her head. She was thin, young and attractive.

He left the medical bay and to his quarters to change.

[Sickbay]

Apparently, according to the duty nurse, the man had left. Wonderful. The time it had taken to get on duty now created a mountain of work for him, as now he had to reschedule the appointment.

He prepped the bay for surgery if needed, and got out a dermal regenerator. Hopefully the excitable squak to sickbay was greatly exaggerated, but he didn't want to take chances.

He now stood by for any news from Kintiss, wondering how severe the injury was. Hopefully it was solvable by a medikit down on the site.


Klabax Cottle~Denobulan Male

Alt Account of Dylan Torngate

Offline Kintiss

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Competent Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 212
  • Awarded to the player whom the CO feels is worthy of recognition. Awarded to Players who have been with the Fleet for one year. Awarded to any player who stuck with the site during the June 2017 Site Move Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Given to the SIMM that has survived the roughest storm during the year.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #23 on: February 02, 2017, 03:25:07 pm »
"Good, there's only two larger maintenance bays and we've got a type 11 in 20 minutes." He stood quickly wanting to avoid eye contact with the doctor. =/\="Computer, put in a engineering repair order on the delta flyer. Highest priority."=/\= The petty officer looked back. Two medical attendants had brought a anti-grav lift through, they came in and waited expectantly nearby for a nod from the doctor.

[Shuttlebay]

Kintiss loaded the unconscious Atwood onto the anti-grav lift and ordered the medical attendants to get her to Sickbay as soon as possible. After all, the shuttlebay crewmen needed their bay free, and while he wanted more than anything to tell them exactly where they could stick their impatience, he decided to act professionally and not bring it up.

"Don't forget to clean that up, too," he said, jerking a scaled thumb at the pool near where Atwood had been lying. It would be a shame if someone  else slipped and cracked their head open.

With his work down at the shuttlebay done, he started back to Sickbay, where he'd be more in control and not under a time constraint.

Offline Lena Atwood

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Competent Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 177
  • Awarded to players who have been with the fleet for six months.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #24 on: February 02, 2017, 06:10:26 pm »
[Shuttlebay]

Kintiss loaded the unconscious Atwood onto the anti-grav lift and ordered the medical attendants to get her to Sickbay as soon as possible. After all, the shuttlebay crewmen needed their bay free, and while he wanted more than anything to tell them exactly where they could stick their impatience, he decided to act professionally and not bring it up.

"Don't forget to clean that up, too," he said, jerking a scaled thumb at the pool near where Atwood had been lying. It would be a shame if someone  else slipped and cracked their head open.

With his work down at the shuttlebay done, he started back to Sickbay, where he'd be more in control and not under a time constraint.

[NPC petty officer 2 Alershod]

"Yeah thanks doc, I'll have someone get it cleaned right away." He turned to walk away but hesitated. "I'll send someone round if she stays in sickbay, she's only been on board a few days. I don't really think she knows anybody." He then walked away towards a door at the far end of the bay. He whistled loudly and pointed at a crewman loitering by the door, he indicated over his shoulder. "Clean this up... yesterday crewman if you please!" He shouted as he left the bay.
When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.— Leonardo Da Vinci

 
Sir Lena of House Atwood, Grand Marshall of Hospitality

Offline Lennox Ainsley

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Experienced Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 456
  • Failing means you're playing.
  • Awarded to any player who has been with the Fleet 2 Years Awarded to Players who have been with the Fleet for one year. Awarded to those who demonstrate an ability to convey the action of combat. Awarded to any player who stuck with the site during the June 2017 Site Move Awarded in January 2017 to all active members.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #25 on: February 02, 2017, 09:23:51 pm »
[Bridge]

Kyle watched the crew as they hustled to get readings and scans of the asteroid. It made him proud to see them doing their jobs with such ease. This was why he knew he was back where he belonged.

"Hello, Mister Ainsley. And thank you. It's great to be back." Kyle replied. "I think this is more of a Science mission at the moment but feel free to see if Mister Nevir can use an extra set of hands." he offered the Security Officer.

Just as things seemed to be going well, a call came in.

Kyle stood at the mention of an injured crewman and was going to head to Sickbay to see what had happened but he was stopped short by Kali's announcement of the asteroid being almost completely hollow.

"That's quite a bit of space inside there. Are we talking a possible ship hiding within?" he inquired.

[Bridge]

"Aye sir, certainly." Lennox nodded, before turning on his heel and walking over to where Tekin Nevir stood.

He waited for Nevir to finish speaking, "Sir, Cap'n wanted me te see whether ye would be needin' an extra set of 'ands."


"Corvis oculum corvi non eruit."

Offline Kintiss

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Competent Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 212
  • Awarded to the player whom the CO feels is worthy of recognition. Awarded to Players who have been with the Fleet for one year. Awarded to any player who stuck with the site during the June 2017 Site Move Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Given to the SIMM that has survived the roughest storm during the year.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #26 on: February 02, 2017, 09:29:59 pm »
[Sickbay]

One turbolift ride later, Kintiss pulled the anti-grav lift bearing the unconscious crewman into Sickbay, and transferred her to a biobed. Atwood only had a small cut, and it had been cleaned down in the shuttlebay. He decided, however, not to proceed with dermal regeneration. It wasn't that serious a wound, and it would probably heal itself over time.

He planned to keep her in Sickbay for a few hours, to rest and recover. Regardless of the severity of injuries, Kintiss always recommended rest. If only the rest of the crew agreed with him.

Offline Klabax Cottle

  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Experienced Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 298
  • Awarded to players who have been with the fleet for six months. Given to the SIMM that has survived the roughest storm during the year. Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Awarded in January and July to the player with the most humorous posts.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #27 on: February 02, 2017, 10:14:05 pm »
[Sickbay]

One turbolift ride later, Kintiss pulled the anti-grav lift bearing the unconscious crewman into Sickbay, and transferred her to a biobed. Atwood only had a small cut, and it had been cleaned down in the shuttlebay. He decided, however, not to proceed with dermal regeneration. It wasn't that serious a wound, and it would probably heal itself over time.

He planned to keep her in Sickbay for a few hours, to rest and recover. Regardless of the severity of injuries, Kintiss always recommended rest. If only the rest of the crew agreed with him.

[Sickbay]

Klabax saw the party return. He walked over and looked at the injury himself from a distance. It looked minor enough- a few hours and the crewman would be back on her feet and working. He wondered how this happened, but that wasn't his place to say.

"Successful trip?" He asked the doctor, knowing that the doc wasn't in the best of moods- but not caring. He spoke again, now down to business. "The crew member due for his physical left before I got here, other than that it's been quiet down here since you left." he said, before leaving and going back to the far side of the room, sitting down and waiting. Unlike the usual flow of people, or the sudden bursts of people, the bay was empty.


Klabax Cottle~Denobulan Male

Alt Account of Dylan Torngate

Offline Kali Reyes

  • Femme Fatale
  • Shadow Fleet Reserves
  • Veteran Member
  • *
  • Posts: 1652
  • Death isn't a joke, but life is.
  • Awarded to any player who has been with the Fleet 2 Years Awarded in January and July to the player with the best application. Awarded in January to the player with the best academy course. Awarded to players who go above and beyond what is asked of them. Awarded in January and July by the executive officer to a player of their SIMM.
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #28 on: February 03, 2017, 03:01:14 am »
[Bridge]

This was a hands off thing for her. She sent the completed scans over to the Science station and then finished her coffee waiting for the bio-readings. Hopefully it would tell them whether or not they were sapient enough to form a community or were just micro-organisms still flopping around in a dead world beneath the crust. Though Tekin's enthusiasm was plenty infectious - she was at least glad someone was enjoying this rather bleak mission.

She hoped that everyone remembered that their initial job was to blow the sucker up to avoid hitting the planet. The fact that there was life there further complicated the problem. Kyan can't go trigger-happy on the large asteroid with the Prime Directive nipping at their heels.

Something suddenly beeped in her station and, thinking it was a completed scan, almost dropped her mug from the results underside the asteroid. "Those look like... nacelles. And it's periodically exhausting plasma according to the readings. Captain, that asteroid has a pair of nacelles!"

Another beep. This time from the communications station. "Someone's hailing the Discovery, Captain," she said, slowly turning in her seat. "And it's not coming from the planet. It's the asteroid."

Offline D'Vid

  • Deceased/Retired
  • Senior Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 552
  • Awarded to any player who stuck with the site during the June 2017 Site Move Awarded to players who have been with the fleet for six months. Awarded to players who successfully complete the EPC or OTC. Awarded in January 2017 to all active members. Awarded to any player who donates money to help keep SF running
    • View Profile
    • Awards
Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #29 on: February 03, 2017, 04:49:06 am »
[NPC petty officer 2 Alershod]

"Yeah thanks doc, I'll have someone get it cleaned right away." He turned to walk away but hesitated. "I'll send someone round if she stays in sickbay, she's only been on board a few days. I don't really think she knows anybody." He then walked away towards a door at the far end of the bay. He whistled loudly and pointed at a crewman loitering by the door, he indicated over his shoulder. "Clean this up... yesterday crewman if you please!" He shouted as he left the bay.

[shuttlebay]

D'Vid had accomplished changing into a new uniform. He had not injured himself by doing so. He was not accident prone. He's well aged. He quickly left the crew quarters to the adventure that awaits him.

The cleaning was done.It was spotless. There was not one aqueous solution spill under the shuttle. He got down on his knees, and worked his way under the shuttle. He saw signs of dark stain of smoke against the steel of the open panel. This was where the accident had happened. His tricorder had reported a power surge hitting the person equipment. He was scanning to find more information which was taken a good amount of his time. Everything was running good. He had needed to find the solution. It was like finding a needle in the hay stack.


Parent account is D'Vid to contact me. Thanks

 

RPG-D Sci-Fi Avatars RPG Initiative Fodlan Chronicles SWU True Path Wolves of Lacuna Beyond Young Justice Champions Rising