Presim - Confessions to the Captain

Posted Jan. 13, 2020, 6:53 p.m. by Lieutenant Konral Vander (Chief of Security) (Steven Sigle)

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Stark Nightstalker (Chief Intelligence Officer) in Presim - Confessions to the Captain

Posted by Fleet Captain Ghubari Koraia (Captain) in Presim - Confessions to the Captain

Posted by Lieutenant Konral Vander (Chief of Security) in Presim - Confessions to the Captain

Posted by Fleet Captain Ghubari Koraia (Captain) in Presim - Confessions to the Captain

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Stark Nightstalker (Chief Intelligence Officer) in Presim - Confessions to the Captain

Posted by Lieutenant Konral Vander (Chief of Security) in Presim - Confessions to the Captain

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“They have to think we have everything they don’t want us to have, and I would suggest perhaps making this in a location that makes them more willing to try and sneak to. The less likely they feel they will get caught, the more likely they will try that area.” Konral added, knowing that a very public location might cause the agent pause in trying to get the information.

Vander, CoS

“Where would you suggest Konral?”. Stark was racking his brains but had come up a blank.

Stark Nightstalker CIO

“We also have to consider that there are civilians on this ship. Innocents who haven’t signed up for back room spy antics. Whatever we do, we have to be mindful of how it might impact the whole ship,” Ghubari said tensely.

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO

“I agree, perhaps a location such as conference room? Location that feels logical for sensitive information but average civilians shouldn’t be anywhere near. Especially if we plant this all shortly after a meeting, to add to the mystique.”

Vander, CoS

Ghubari nodded, partly to Konral, partly to herself. There was a nervous tension radiating from her and she couldn’t help but pace about their quarters as she tried to calculate all the permutations of the dangerous situation. But at least this was ne she had willingly chosen to throw herself into. FOr that, she could be grateful.

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO

“I’d suggest we pick carefully who we let in on this and where and when we talk about it,” Stark said musing out loud his whiskers twitching, “There are a few shielded spots on the shop where we can speak freely, I’m still convinced we have a mole, a clever one”.

Stark Nightstalker CIO

“Then… maybe a shell game? We could try several conferences, for different groups of people. Each with varying information as to no one really having the full picture. If there is a mole they won’t have the full details, if there isn’t then no one should be talking from outside the groups. Then if there is a mole who wants the data they can then come back after the meeting and try for it.”

Vasder, CoS


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