Main Sim - Captain's Ready Room - Voices in the dark (Tag: CO, CE, Medical, GM)

Posted Oct. 11, 2020, 6:13 p.m. by Captain Simon Starr (Commanding Officer) (Ben Simons)

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Riker MacMoragh (Chief Engineer) in Main Sim - Captain’s Ready Room - Voices in the dark (Tag: CO, CE, Medical, GM)

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Posted by Captain Simon Starr (Commanding Officer) in Main Sim - Captain’s Ready Room - Voices in the dark (Tag: CO, CE, Medical, GM)
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Darkness. Natalie had just handed over his command and made her way out of the shuttle bay when no sooner the ship hit the anomaly, got struck by lightning and crashed. Simon had no idea how long he was out for, but now there was no power. “Well, talk about being thrown into the deep end,” Simon said through gritted teeth. Looking down, he could see he was pinned by the wardrobe that the storm had shaken loose. “Just great,” he sighed. Right now, he couldn’t move, and he had no idea how long he had been trapped. He tapped his commbadge to hear the response of no connection. The lights were off, the door was sealed, and he couldn’t do anything except hope.

Captain Simon Starr, CO

Simon thought he heard banging on the door. “Captain! Captain! Are you alright? The door is jammed, we can’t open it! Someone has gone to get the Chief Engineer, sir!”


Simon could hear the banging and gave a groan. “A bit stuck, but I’d definitely appreciate getting out of here,” Starr’s voice came from the other side of the door as strongly as he could muster. There was obvious pain behind the words as if said through gritted teeth.

Captain Simon Starr, CO

Just then Riker appeared with his tool kit.

Looking at everyone present he said,

“Excuse me....let me try that door.”

After everyone moved, MacMoragh aimed the cutting tool and started using it on the door.


The cutting tool successfully cut through the door, but it took a half hour to do it. MacMoragh was able to gain entrance to the Captain’s quarters.

MacMoragh’s team of NE engineers was able to remove the heavy wardrobe off the pinned Captain. “We shouldn’t move the Captain until someone from Sickbay gets here.”

At the moment, someone from sickbay showed up.

OOC: Melissa, if you want to play a Medical NE here, please feel free to do so…


A medical tricorder scan of the Captain showed some broken ribs and bones due to from being crushed from the wardrobe. Fortunately, there was no internal bleeding, and most of the injuries could be healed using a bone regenerator. The ribs could be healed completely, as it would be necessary to do so, but other broken bones would require a more manual treatment to conserve power for the bone regenerator units. (OOC: I’m leaving it up to Ben to decide if he wants a broken arm or a broken leg or both.)


As the wardrobe was lifted off, another jolt of pain went through Simon’s leg. As he tried to move, however, the leg just didn’t come up with him. He let the doctor do his thing, but with his leg out of action, getting to sickbay on his own ‘two feet’ wasn’t going to be easy. With a grunt, he shifted himself into a more stable position now that he was free from the wardrobe crushing down on his leg. “I need painkillers and a report, what happened?” he asked MacMoragh. “The last thing I remember is getting a bit too close to that anomaly,” he said.

Captain Simon Starr, CO

“One thing at a time Captain, let the doctors look at your first” responded MacMoragh.

OOC: Sorry just back from a 3-day LOA…I will need a day to get caught back up.

Riker MacMoragh, CE

OOC: Sorry for the delay, had some power problems so haven’t been able to get on as much. Hopefully should be resolved soon but will go LOA on Monday if we’re still waiting for the solution at that time.

IC: Starr nodded. “Agreed, painkillers first,” he said, as he waited for someone to arrive from sickbay. His leg still felt numb, but nothing that couldn’t be fixed by the doctor. He thought of all the ways it could have been worse, and just let out a light chuckle. “My first command, and we crash…” he said with a sigh.

Captain Simon Starr, CO

As the medics worked on the Captain, MacMoragh responded further:

“It’s bad, sir. We are grounded–we have no real power–expect what we have managed to get going through solar panels (long story) and there is no way to contact Star-fleet for help. In short, its as bad as it gets.”

MacMoragh, CE

The soft hum of the regenerator the doctor brought filled the room briefly as the crushed nerves began to be repaired in the leg. “In that case, our priority right now is life support. Keep that stable, and start diagnostics on all systems. See if we can’t figure out how to get out of this place, or at least flying again,” Starr responded. He gave a few moments for the doctor to finish, when they did so saying to “take it easy over the next couple of days while your body does the rest of the work, but you should be fine,”

Starr turned to the doctor for a moment and nodded. “I’ll most likely be sitting in a chair, not too much stress. So, let’s get this ship up and running again,” he commented as he slowly stood himself back up. The room took a moment to adjust from the difference, but once he was able to made his way towards the door of the ready room, going to the centre chair and so far he had only heard from engineering. He turned to the console and looked through the reports to check casualties and other department status. Noticing that there was an away team on the island they crashed on that they had lost contact with.

Captain Simon Starr, CO

OOC: I’m going to interject here. There is one fusion generator maintaining life support. So, let’s assume that the Chief Engineer reported that, and move on…

OOC: My bad…

“It appears you’ll have to use the makeshift lift that Engineering made to get between decks, sir,” replied the doctor, “But we should take you to sickbay and have you examined further.”


IC: “Captain, you should do as the doctor suggests and I will get back to engineering and see what else we can get running” suggested MacMoragh.

Riker MacMoragh, CE

Starr nodded and with the doctor’s help, made his way to sickbay through the manual lift. It felt like dragging two heavy weights with each step that he took, but thankfully the initial treatment at least made it possible for him to travel a short distance, though aided. He had no idea how long his legs were crushed for. Limping his way into sickbay, he found the duty nurse, the medical officer explaining the situation as he was guided to a free biobed.

Captain Simon Starr, CO

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