Posted by Gamemaster Wookius Furrius (Senior Gamemaster) in Officer’s Mess - The Next Day
Posted by Captain Alexander Cochrane (Commanding Officer) in Officer’s Mess - The Next Day
Posted by Warrant Officer Walker Darach (Chief Operations Officer) in Officer’s Mess - The Next Day
Posted by… suppressed (1) by the Post Ghost! 👻
Raye sipped her tea and cocked her head. “Did they appear lost? Like they were looking for a way off or out of the ship? I am curious if they live life at night like you live during the day. You see yourselves as ‘emptied’ at night. Perhaps they feel ‘trapped’ during the day. And they wake up on the ship with no idea how they got here or what’s happening. If we CAN find a way to communicate with them, perhaps we can help bridge the gap between you and your spirit walking selves.”
It seemed to her that it would be unsettling to suddenly be transplanted somewhere and not understand what was happening, or how to change things. She doubted, though, that even if the entities had discovered a way off they ship, that they would have gone. She didn’t see them coming back and picking up their bodies to take with them.
OOC: As a reminder .. Baht reportedly had been communicated to by them .. Gene
“There definitely seemed like there was a transition period when we first transported your party up to the ship. The transporter wasn’t sure what to do initially, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a bit jarring to them.”
WO Darach - COO
“I can only imagine. I know how jarring it is to me on occasion. And we are used to it.” She sipped her drink and absently wondered how all this started. “Is there a place where you keep your collective knowledge? Perhaps we can help sift thru it and see if there is something that makes more sense now than it did last time you looked thru it all.” She had no doubt they had scoured their knowledge places about this. But things had occurred in the last few days that may have changed outlooks on things. It was worth asking, anyway. She had known things to go unexplored for a whole generation because we’ve already looked was accepted by everyone who asked. No one thought that new people meant new eyes and new ideas.
((don’t think she knows Bhat communicated with them))
((bump to keep on board))
Walker looked around at their guests, trying to get an idea of what they were thinking, as he waited for their answer.
WO Darach - COO
Walker was at a bit of a loss on what to do next. They really needed more information before they could start making more guesses on what happened.
In the meantime, he stood up and refilled his coffee cup, and looked over the food selection that had been laid out.
WO Darach - COO
OOC: Fixing Split
Cochrane listened and watched their guests. He kept his face placid and friendly, but inside he was far from happy. “If I may… one of my crew reported that the entities had managed communication with him. Is that not something that is known to happen among your people? I mean, if not, then we certainly should discuss the matter sooner rather than later, don’t you think?”
Maree frowned and gave a sour look, perhaps some of her known personality coming out. “There have been some who have said they had visions. These are the quack prophets of old, proclaiming doom and gloom and the end of the world. Ludicrous. Whether they are part of us or another they have ever been our protectors.” She shook her head. “The exception that Hone can talk about is the unprecedented deaths that have occurred at the times of the full moon. Doomsayers speak of what happens ..” she tipped her head in thought “.. tonight now when all three moons are full and in a kind of lunar eclipse, the first in millennia.”
- Wookiee for Maree
Raye leaned back and sipped her drink. “So the moons seem to affect them more. Perhaps doom and gloom was a way of explaining the unknown. I wonder if there are readings in your atmosphere or your bodies that change them, somehow, on nights when such celestial events occur. Perhaps they need such moments to be strong enough to interact on more than a mere ‘watching’ level?” She was no scientist. But it occurred to her that if something happened around the same time twice in a row, there was probably something there.
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