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Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed
Subject: Hmm... what shall I do with you?

Stardate: 2368.04.10
USS Discovery - Deck 5, CSO Office - 0730

Rena looked up from her computer as she heard the computer's voice notify her of her visitor.

=/\=Ensign McIrish is at the door.=/\=

"Please enter." Rena called to open the door.

When she entered, the girl was the epitome of the enthusiastic recruit, exactly what one would expect fresh from the academy.

"Computer," Rena said to her terminal, "Bring up Ensign McIrish's profile."

She looked at her screen for a moment, but looked over at Kate, her right, violet eye dilating slightly as she looked more closely at her.

"You know..." She said, "You're a bit late."

Rena paused then, letting the words linger in the air for a moment. It was perhaps in this moment that she examined Kate the closest. After all, it would be in this moment that stress and pressure collided within her...

(OOC: Assuming Kate gets a bit flustered and is about to provide a reason/excuse)

"But that's alright." Rena continued, "You are new to this vessel, and you only arrived yesterday. It would be unfair to expect you to already have adapted under such short notice. Please relax; I'm fairly certain that you will find that this department isn't so formal as others. In the lab, we are all scientists; rank doesn't matter so much as where one's area of expertise lies. So then, what area are you most interested in?"

(OOC: Presuming she answers xenobiology)

"In that case, you might want to consider working under Lieutenant Caleb Talda from time to time. He also works in that field, and may be able to teach you some things you may not already know." Rena smiled.

(OOC: If she also answers with an interest in the marine area)

"Hmm... you might also want to consider working with Petty Officer Ruea Nami then. She may not technically be a commanding officer of this vessel, but... well, you'll find out when you meet her." Rena said, shaking her head slightly, "But you need not consider yourself limited to the company of those two; the other Ensigns, Devion Bradley and Allen Ridley in particular, would probably be glad to meet someone newer than them, as well as show you around."

"Do you have any questions for me right now?" Rena asked.

(OOC: This next part is if there aren't any; if there are, I'll add a post for Rena's answers)

"Now then, I believe Allen could use a hand right about now. I suggest you go down to deck 39, and help the others bring up the probes for testing. I believe that's everything..." Rena finished.

Posted on 2009-11-01 at 17:41:22.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: My apologies...

I've been at it on and off ever since I lost the original one... it's done now, despite it not being as good as the first one... ^^;


Posted on 2009-11-01 at 17:40:43.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: It's been a while...

It's good to see you again, Glory

Oh, but a note about the logbook; I think you put your entry in the wrong place... you have to click on USS Discovery first, then go the book and add the entry, and then it'll appear among the others in the logbook *nods*

And logbook entries can't be edited, since there's no edit feature... posts can though *nods*

Posted on 2009-10-31 at 16:35:41.
Edited on 2009-10-31 at 16:36:12 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Inconsistency

Well, after talking with Eol a bit about one of my npcs... I should edit my logbook entry so that Ruea isn't at the bridge (since she's now a PO2 rather than an Ensign)...

Should, but well, I can't edit the entry, and it's a pretty minor detail, so shouldn't be too big of an issue

And now I'm off to restart my post... *opens textedit*

Posted on 2009-10-29 at 21:27:05.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Sheesh...

I accidentally click a link in my window's bookmark toolbar when I meant to go to a different tab, and there goes my post...

I'm sad now

Ugh, I'll type it up again later... a bit too annoyed to restart it right now -.-

Posted on 2009-10-29 at 20:17:27.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Science hm?

Well, pending your character's arrival time, I'll try to make sure Rena's available for the introductory spiel and such

Posted on 2009-10-29 at 00:34:24.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: No worries...

It's not like I went ahead and put in every dolphin and whale on the ship

But... I do intend to use Aqua and Merrows... perhaps not right away, but definitely later... so there's a reason why they're on there...

On another note... the whole spiel regarding datrons and darkium is all made up... and I can edit it if needed and such

Posted on 2009-10-28 at 21:01:57.
Edited on 2009-10-28 at 21:02:34 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed
Subject: Xi Probe Specifications...

Stardate: 2368.04.10
USS Discovery - Deck 5, CSO Office - 0730

"Computer, bring up the data and specifications regarding the Xi Probe." Rena said to her console.

Within a moment, the computer brought up the file, and she began reading it again, as sceptical as she had been when she first read it.

According to Professor Quon's hypothesis, the datron, a subatomic particle that has never been proven to exist, could be actually found. Xi wave emission spectra received from various elements, particularly heavier and radioactive elements, suggest that datrons exist in higher quantities in heavier atomic masses. The Xi Probe then is fitted with both an emitter and a sensor relay.

The probe has a casing made up of refined carbon. It will not hold under heavy planetary pressure, much less atmospheric entry, but casings made of metal or other materials would be more prone to interfere with its emitter and sensor array.

The rest of the data concerned more of the technical details of the internal mechanisms of the probe, and was of little use to Rena, but she contemplated carefully.

"Computer, compile a list of summaries on the theories regarding datrons, as well as theorized elements containing a high proportion of them."

=/\=Compilation complete.=/\=

That was unusually fast. Rena thought, before she continued reading. She was quickly disappointed at the result, which was nothing more than a short list, likely due to the lack of substance behind the datron theories.

-Believed to provide more stability to heavy atoms than neutrons can provide
-They are likely uncharged, or otherwise would be affected by magnetic separation of atoms
-It is likely that although they provide stability, the normal instability of heavy atoms would indicate that if the stability were jeopardized, an immense amount of energy would be released - this could potentially be harnessed as a fuel source
-The most probable source of datrons is the theorized element of darkium, believed to be a stable, but heavy atom in the same family as carbon, named as such because it is believed to be located within concentrated dark matter clusters

Rena thought for a moment. An otherwise radioactive element that could be stored safely and have its energy harnessed when needed... that would be a considerable energy source and 'battery'... or even... possibly a weapon. Rena bit her lip. She didn't like that thought, but put it out of her mind for the moment.

How are we supposed to test this probe if it's supposed to be used to find something we know very little about? She wondered, Furthermore, heavy radioactive elements are not so easily contained... Lieutenant Foreman is skilled with electromagnetic fields, but the kind of force field we need to contain alpha, beta, and gamma radiation would probably require a large amount of energy, and could possibly put a strain on the generators, especially if other systems are running. There would still be a safety hazard, however, which suggests that testing should be isolated. Yet, I'm uncertain that a shuttle would provide sufficient resources for that test. We may have to indefinitely postpone internal testing for a field test...

Rena checked the time. It was getting close to 0800, but she had a bit of time left. She tapped her com-badge.

"Lt. Leiran to Ensign Bradley."

There was a brief pause, before the reply came.

=/\=Dev here, I presume you're checking in for status?=/\=

"That's right; anything going on over at the bridge?" Rena asked.

=/\=Nothing to report, Lieutenant. Everything's pretty quiet up here.=/\= Dev replied, although she couldn't completely hide the bored tone from his voice.

Rena chuckled, "Don't worry, we're only going to be moored for a couple more days, if all goes according to schedule."

=/\=It'll be good to get underway again.=/\= Dev agreed, =/\=Um, was that all, Lieutenant?=/\=

"Yes, thank you." Rena replied, before ending the communication.

"Time to head down to Lab D." She murmured, before leaving her office...

Posted on 2009-10-28 at 20:55:41.
Edited on 2009-10-29 at 21:22:23 by Reralae

Topic: Stare into the Night Q&A
Subject: Sorry it took so long...

And for such a small post too...

To be honest, I was trying to think of what else to add, and I was also kind of caught up in the moment in new Star Trek game, as Meri and Eol know ^^;

Posted on 2009-10-28 at 18:47:40.

Topic: Witchcraft: Stare into the Night
Subject: Wrench? I see no wrench...

"Oh, that's okay." Alice replied, smiling, "I know how to get home by myself."

She suddenly tilted her head a moment, a memory vaguely hitting her squarely behind her left ear. She paused a moment and blinked for a second.

"Um, I think mommy told me not to tell strangers where I live as well..." Alice added.

Posted on 2009-10-28 at 18:46:13.

Topic: Aria of the Thirteen Q&A
Subject: Apologies

Sorry I'm delaying so much with this game... I know I probably could update right now, but I got caught up a bit with a few other things ^^;

Also, the series I'm slightly basing the basic setup of the 'hunts' I think always went after the suspect rather than research the victim, so that caught me off guard too...

I'll try to get something up soon

Posted on 2009-10-28 at 18:41:04.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: There...

Don't know what 'rank' they'd have, but I added a cetacean and a dolphin npc, as well as a cetacean 'linguist' to the science department

Oh, and Al, feel free to use Aqua or Merrows in a post, if you want to; I won't mind

Posted on 2009-10-28 at 18:27:11.
Edited on 2009-10-28 at 18:39:03 by Reralae

Topic: Dawn of Defiance: The Traitor's Gambit
Subject: ...

"Most conventional pain killers don't work on Twi'leks anyway." Karra reassured her patient, before looking at Haiko'ib.

Her voice soft and gentle, she replied to him, "You're already doing what you need to do. Don't let her go."

Karra knew he would probably be somewhat embarrassed to hear that, but he had asked, and she knew. Karra knew that all the medicine and life sciences in the galaxy would not be enough to replace that warm feeling, a comforting hand holding one away from death's domain.

It's also something most medical droids can't provide. Karra thought to herself, somewhat bitterly, before reprimanding herself of that thought.

Posted on 2009-10-28 at 18:17:37.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Cetaceans?

So... where are the dolphin tanks?

Posted on 2009-10-27 at 21:23:44.

Topic: Dawn of Defiance: The Traitor's Gambit
Subject: Oh dear... healing is in order!

Karra smiled. It seemed that whatever she had done worked rather well; Ara looked and sounded as though she wasn't injured at all anymore.


The shout sent a chill down Karra's spine, all the way to the tip of her tail. She knew that tone. She turned and raced as quickly as she could to the source of the call. Even without the weight of her medical kit, she seemed to be moving too slow, and the sight of the fallen Ithiria was almost enough to stop her completely. Almost, but she knew what she had to do.

"Take off the pack! Open it!" Karra quickly ordered, vaguely aware that her tone was out of place, but time could very well be of the essence.

There was no time for surgery, although Ithiria looked quite like she needed it. Still, Karra did what she could, using emergency scissors to cut bits of fabric and take them out of any open wounds, applying mixes of ointment to them, and bandaging them. She prepared a needle for Ithiria, but she paused. She was tempted, oh so tempted, to repeat the steps she had done for Ara, but Ithiria was of a different race.

Morphine won't work for her. I'll have to rely on the ointment to try to dull the pain. Karra quickly thought, 25 mg of bacta, senticine... there is a possibility she's allergic to senticine, so I can't risk it. Anticol... anticol should work. 10mg, paired with 15mg of cobase.

Karra worked as quickly as she could, and injected the serum without delay. She just hoped it worked.

(Okies... only 1 force point this time... but otherwise the same as for Ara; Treat Injury, and hopefully with the medical kit's bonus if it can be opened in time )

Posted on 2009-10-27 at 21:06:54.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Oooh, okay...

I just read it; I might have to make a couple of 'Bridge Stand-in' npcs then

... or maybe I'll make them up as they're needed...

Yeah, I think I'll do that

Posted on 2009-10-27 at 20:39:30.

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed
Subject: What do you mean, the probes aren't there?

Stardate: 2368.04.10
USS Discovery - Deck 5, CSO Office - 0715

As Lt. Leiran made her way to her office, she paused and glanced at the door to the science lab on the same floor. Science Lab A.

I wonder what people's reactions would be if I taped a 'No entry without authorization' sign to it... She thought to herself, But then again... that just causes the curious mind to wonder exactly what's in there. I don't even have to have a degree in psych to know that.

Once she made it to her office, she sat down in her chair. She contemplated her computer for a moment. The testing would take place in Science Lab D in 15 minutes...

"Computer, open a line to Science Lab D." Rena instructed.

=/\=Communications line now open.=/\=

"Miss Uzuki, are you there?" Rena asked.

=/\=Yes I am, Lt. Leiran.=/\= came the reply, =/\=But there's a problem.=/\=

"What is it?" Rena asked, her voice betraying her surprise.

=/\=We're scheduled to test the class IV probes 5-8 right? Well, I'm at the lab... but the probes aren't here. Neither is Mr. Ridley.=/\=

"That doesn't make sense... I told Allen..." Rena thought aloud for a moment, before replying, "Please wait a moment, Shion."

"Computer, locate Ensign Allen Ridley."

=/\=Ensign Allen Ridley is currently in Science Lab B.=/\=

That's strange... what's he doing there? Rena thought to herself, before saying aloud, "Open a channel."

"Ensign Ridley, why aren't you at Science Lab D?"

On the other end, she distinctly heard Allen Ridley jump.

=/\=Uh, huh? I thought I could finish tidying up the lab here before I headed down in 10.=/\= She heard his hesitant reply.

"Setting that aside... why aren't the probes at the lab?" Rena asked.

=/\=The probes? It didn't seem crucial...=/\=

Rena sighed, "Allen, check your schedule..."

She heard the beeps from the other end as Allen called up his schedule, before she heard him, almost guiltily, say 'Oh...' in realization.

"Allen, I realize that you were only transferred here recently," Rena continued, her voice now more serious than her usual gentle tone, "so you're probably unaware of the manner in which I do things. You've probably found that I'm not as formal as many other officers or lieutenants. However, if I suggest for you to do something, that's usually my way of giving you an order. Not one of the highest priority, but an order nonetheless. If your schedule has a listing upon it in the future about something I ask you to do, chances are it should be done by then. I won't make an official note about it this time, but now you know, so I won't be as lenient the next. Do you understand?"

There was a slightly audible gulp from the other end, before a hastily said 'Y-yes.'

"Good," Rena said, her voice not as serious-sounding, "Now, please get those probes to lab D as soon as you can. Get some of the others to help you if needed. Shion?"

=/\=Mr. Foreman and I can definitely help. We're not scheduled to do anything else right away anyway.=/\=

"Very good. Let's try to get at least one probe ready for testing by o'800 hours. I'll come down at that time as well to assist you. Any questions?"

After a pause, and the generic 'no, not really' from both sides, Rena terminated the channels.

"Well, that will offset our testing... by probably an hour at least..." She thought aloud, "That means the Xi Probe will have to wait another day..."

Rena shivered. For some reason, she felt rather uncomfortable and nervous about the probe...

Posted on 2009-10-27 at 20:24:42.
Edited on 2009-10-27 at 20:28:05 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Oops...

I made an entry in the roster for an NPC named Shion Uzuki, but I forgot to add her department (science). I managed to edit her entry, but although she's now in the department, she's not actually showing up in the roster... should I just re-submit her?

Her character id is 118, and her page is here: LINK

However, she IS showing up in the logbook entry position under character listings, so I can still go ahead and update the logbook

Posted on 2009-10-27 at 18:42:35.
Edited on 2009-10-27 at 18:44:21 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: I dunno...

Recent actions suggest a possible, slight soft spot for a certain Chief

Note to self: Science Labs are at Decks: 5, 6, 12, 15, and 31...

Did I miss any?

Posted on 2009-10-27 at 18:13:12.
Edited on 2009-10-27 at 18:15:50 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: *whistles*

Glad my character isn't part of the security personnel

I should've looked at that site sooner... so instead of 'Beta Star Probe' it'd be the Class IV probes... it's edited

But, the experimental Xi probe probably can still be the Xi probe...

Posted on 2009-10-27 at 17:49:42.
Edited on 2009-10-27 at 17:50:18 by Reralae

Topic: The Day They Woke Up on the Wrong Side of Reality
Subject: Priorities

Galen remained silent throughout most of the two days, and indeed also amidst the discovery of the hunter's body. It seemed reminiscent, the way the hunter's body was brought to the church with a cloth draped over it, of many of the murder mysteries that his mother would watch on the television back in the other world... to see such a thing in that manner did steel a person when they encountered the real thing, but the real thing was altogether soul-shaking. Yet, his face remained passive. There was nothing he could do about the death, were he asked to do something in the first place.

If Galen had cat ears, they would've twitched upon hearing the mayor's thoughts regarding a militia.

"'The hunt'... it would not do..." Galen mumbled. Or rather, that was the only truly audible portion of what he mumbled.

(Assuming no one bothers to tell Galen to speak up)

Galen nodded in satisfaction and agreement as Ray spoke up, many of the things said echoing Galen's own thoughts on the matter.

(Presuming these next lines are applicable... if not, just ignore them ^^)

"They want action... when action would very well betray their loved ones to the dominion of death?" Galen asked rhetorically, his voice actually carrying for once, followed by a nearly inaudible 'typical', before he spoke again, "... they need to be asked. Ask them... what it is they are willing to lose. This was a huntsman; a person skilled in the ways of hunting beasts. A militia of volunteers lack that expertise. Yes, there are numbers, but with numbers and without the skill to aid it, such a 'hunt', as you define it, would involve casualties. Likely many casualties; when a beast is cornered or surrounded, they fight all the more ferociously. If you need to, ask them how many of their loved ones they are willing to lose to such a reckless action."

"... they don't need protection from the beast." Galen said in conjunction with the point about showing the children the body, "They need protection from themselves. They are young, but even youth have the instincts they need to survive. They have to know what it is they are dealing with; only then will they know why they must remain protected. Without a reason shown before their eyes, the youthful mind seeks to break all constraint. Open their eyes, and you will probably find that they will begin to understand. They will be afraid then, so be gentle with them; leave them then in the care of their parents, where they will feel the safest. This is another reason not to form a militia; herds can be raised again, crops can be resewn, but a family once broken will never truly be the same. I will admit however, the truly reckless children will not understand, even after being shown. However, you will be able to clearly see which these children are. Keep watch over them carefully."

Internally, Galen thought, amidst his own speech regarding the children, ... I wonder... if I would've been a good mother...

(and now the last part... wow... Galen actually talks a lot for once.)

"I do have... one question." Galen says aloud, "Of what grade and material were the huntsman's weapons?"

To this, Galen was informed that the weapons were likely of good grade and likely the standard steel; they were not recovered.

"But, why would it matter?" The mayor asked.

"Where I come from," Galen replied, "there are rumours, legends, myths, whatever it is you want to call them, of various beasts. Some can be slain by the weapons you know; others hold resiliency to such things, whether it is in the nature of their body, or something otherworldly. However, it can still be pierced by weapons of various materials, usually as exotic as the beast... still, such beasts are as rare as the rumours that precede them; it wouldn't do to gather a variety of such weapons for the single rare encounter."

With that said, Galen deduced that he didn't have much else to say, so he looked at the others, "Our priority right now is the delivery; it's our commitment, and it needs to be done."

Quieter, Galen added, "And the beast may find a moving caravan a more intriguing and welcome target than a wary town."

Now with his thoughts spoken for once, Galen returned to the cart.

... wow... I really do have a lot to say sometimes... Galen reflected as he joined Ray, ... it's like that one Social class... if I start talking, then I can continue... once I start... I just have to start more often... maybe...

Posted on 2009-10-24 at 20:35:29.
Edited on 2009-10-24 at 20:37:15 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Alrighty

A simple post... nothing actually done yet, but I want to do the probe testing in a separate post, after I develop a couple npc scientists in my mind to also work with Officer Talda

Oh, and also... Rena is probably just one of the people who filed for the cocoa...

Posted on 2009-10-23 at 19:43:16.
Edited on 2009-10-23 at 19:45:18 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed
Subject: Start of another day... here we go!

Stardate: 2368.04.10
USS Discovery - Lt. Leiran's Quarters - 0615

Rena stirred amidst the darkness, curled up against her blankets discarded next to her, making her bed have the vague likeness of a kitten basket. It was a habit she picked up when she was very little, which she never grew out of. Her eyelids flickered as she slept, until her eyes snapped open. She nearly screamed, but managed to diminish it into a barely audible hiss. Her left hand had gone to her right shoulder, which felt like it was burning. She winced a moment, before it subsided. She turned on the lights, and checked the clock. 0615.

Well, at least it's not too far from when I normally get up. She thought to herself.

Phantom pain. That's what her mother, a doctor, said it was. Yet, even in this day and age, it was difficult to distinguish whether it was actually caused by malfunctioning nerves, or whether it was simply caused by the mind's own handiwork. She carefully took the long, shoulder-length glove off of her right arm. Instead of an arm, what she had was a mechanical skeleton of one, as she had lost her own. Her eyes narrowed slightly. There was no more motivation needed than to look at her own arm for what she sought.

She got out of bed, her feet both giving a metallic thunk each time they hit the floor. Soon enough, the metallic sounds disappeared after she showered and put on a pair of padded socks. She then put on her gloves, and her uniform, before checking herself in the mirror. She looked young for her age, probably a trait she inherited from her mother. She wouldn't call herself beautiful, however; just young. Still, that was enough for her; she didn't need makeup, and she didn't like to draw as much attention as she once did anyway. However, her mismatched eyes, her right violet, and her left blue-green, likely drew some attention anyway.

The last thing she put on was her visor, which attached to the spot where her right ear would've been, and to a point just above her left ear. The front part of the visor went over her forehead, so worked as a hairband as well to keep her long dark hair back. There was a part that went around the back of her head, but that was more of a counterbalance to offset the slight weight of the front portion. An opaque piece with a wide lens extended down in front of her face, hiding her eyes and nose from view. As the screen in front of her eyes turned on, providing visual relay so she could still see, she went over to the replicator for her breakfast.

"Hot cocoa, and toast with almond butter and strawberry jam, please." She said after activating it with her left hand.

Within a moment, her breakfast appeared on a tray, which she brought over to her table. She took a sip of her cocoa, and grimaced slightly.

Still bitter... She thought to herself, Maybe I should put in another file, although we always feel a bit guilty about it... Cmdr. Kennedy already has enough on her plate, including the occasional tune up for my prosthetics...

Rena blinked. Wait... we? She sighed, Sheesh, I still do that sometimes.

As she finished her breakfast, she brought up the text file on her visor that she had written her schedule (well, more like a to-do list) on.

-Testing of Class IV Probes 5-8
-Testing of experimental Xi D-Type Probe
-Ask Cmdr. Kennedy regarding an appointment for next tune-up
-If testing is completed, forward the results in a report to the Captain

"Right." Rena murmured, her visor retracting into its headband, "Let's do the more crucial ones first."

Almost as an afterthought, she put on her 3' heels, and left her quarters, bound for one of the several Science Bays...

Posted on 2009-10-23 at 19:34:02.
Edited on 2009-10-27 at 17:47:10 by Reralae

Topic: Star Trek: No Good Deed Q&A
Subject: Cocoa?!

But the cocoa must taste just right!

I love the rant about the cocoa... it's just one of those things that actually is so outrageous that it works

Hopefully I'll get a post in soon...

Posted on 2009-10-23 at 18:12:13.

Topic: SW: Dawn of Defiance Q/A
Subject: Posted

I hope that's enough to bring Ara back to a good health level...

Posted on 2009-10-21 at 17:40:16.


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