Holodeck- Testing the Boundaries

Posted July 26, 2019, 9:58 a.m. by Lieutenant Commander Liam Madison (Chief Science Officer) (Janice B.)

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Benjamin’s face went pale as he realized his mistake “Alright so I have good news and bad news” He said calming his own panic as he typed his console, sending the relevant information to the Scientists screen “Good news is that my hypothesis was correct, anger is the instigating factor of your abilities. The bad news is I don’t know how to reverse this” He gave a nervous laugh as he programmed an emergency cooling function “SO I need you to calm down, which admittedly has never calmed anyone down but still” He looked up “Any insults thrown in your direction were simply a way to irritate you, however, I failed to factor in that I have a talent for irritation.” He explained quickly “So any mental excersise you have to empty your mind would be helpful right about now”

Dr. Grey - CMO

OOC: Altered the location, lol. Kept forgetting.
-Janice B.

“Your…jabs were effective,” Madison growled under his breath, trying to tame his temper.

His arms pulled into his lap and his eyes closed. He tried to block out everything in a form of mediation, but he felt the creature’s restless energy. Its chaotic emotions flooded into his calm ones, ruining the peace he gained.

“Grey, can you flood the compartment with radiation?”

His hands began to sizzle at the clothing he wore now.

–CSO, Liam J. Madison, Sci

“Copy” Ben answered as he entered the commands to flood the holographic chamber. The program was already set with the specific parameters to bypass the safety concerns due to the extenuating circumstances. Instinctively he wanted to grab a vial of Hyronalin for safe measure but for this particular situation it would be a moot point.

Dr. Grey - CMO

When the radiation filled the compartment, the creature sensed it. After a small fit, it began to settle down once more. The lack of thrashing under his skin gave Liam enough time to stop the heat production. His clothes still showed the charred holes left behind, but his modesty was safe.

“Grey,” Liam began.

“It would be in the best interest of everyone if we came back to this later. I need to learn to control this, but I feel we need… better safety measures first. What’s the next test?” he asked in a much calmer and exhausted voice.

Readings indicated the temperature had dropped back to tolerable conditions.

–CSO, Liam J. Madison, Sci

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