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Main Sim - Bridge: A Mid-afternoon Anomaly.

Posted Sept. 22, 2020, 8:36 a.m. by Fleet Captain Ghubari Koraia (Captain) (Lindsay Bayes)

Posted by Commander R’han (Chief Tactical Officer) in Main Sim - Bridge: A Mid-afternoon Anomaly.

Posted by Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist (Weaver of Webs) in Main Sim - Bridge: A Mid-afternoon Anomaly.

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Va’rek (Engineer) in Main Sim - Bridge: A Mid-afternoon Anomaly.
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People began to emerge from the ready room a few minutes later and Ghubari was not far behind her XO and Niles. “Do we have the adjustments in place?” she asked, moving to the centre seat. “If so, signal to the Enterprise and Excalibur that we’re ready to go and they can do their thing.” She glanced at Commodore Stone. “You know Commodore, I’m kind of put out. Your presence here ruins my big entrance,” she said with a tiny hint of a smirk.

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO

Stone harrumphed but his eyes glinted with humour, “You’ll get your grand entrance Captain, by now the Starbase will be in a fit of apoplexy wondering where the hell I am as well as the Athena, this will be one for the history books, at this rate you’ll suplant Kirk”.

Koraia snorted. “What, our previous history-making missions we can’t talk about don’t count?”

Stone’s eyes sparkled a little, “Anything that can make Special Agent Lucksly swear has got to be a doozy, no one’s talking about it, or at least no ones talking about it twice, but I’m figuring that that one probably counts as two or three on your record.

Her mouth slipped into a grin. “Damn right it does.”

On screen Excalibur, Enterprise and Eddington’s ship moved into a triangular formation around the wormhole coordinates.

Junior Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist

Luka was quiet, moving over to give a cursory glance over the science station, just to have something to do in the moment.

Luka, XO

Va’rek came onto the bridge and took one of the secondary engineering stations for the later half of his shift.

-Va’rek, Engineer

Thollin had been sort of disappointed when he learned that the three mirror universe vessels were going to initiate the deflector pulse. He had parked himself near the operations station, hovering over the officer and helping with some minor modifications to the ship’s inertial dampeners. He wanted this ride through the wormhole to be a lot smoother than his first.

Thollin, Eng.

Having a look over Thollin’s shoulder, Va’rek casually remarked “The inertial dampeners should be balanced against the structural integrety field frequency modulation, if you modify one, you must modify the other.”

Thollin glanced at the other engineer.
“Thank you, Lieutenant, I’ll make sure to rebalance the field.” He leaned forward and typed a series of commands into the console, then nodded approvingly.

-Va’rek, Engineer

“Are we ready to go?” Ghubari called out.

Thollin looked around, then nodded at the Captain.
“The inertial dampening and structural integrity fields have been adjusted to give us a smoother ride. I think we’re as ready as we can be.”

Thollin, Eng.

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO

Over the open comms the three ships had signalled ready. Eddington came on screen from his bridge, “Say the word Captain and we’ll prepare the portal for your return”.

Junior Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist

Inhaling deeply, Ghubari allowed herself a moment to just be. Then she looked around at the crew before her she could see and then rested her eyes on Luka a moment longer. She was tired. They were all tired. They were almost there.

Returning her gaze to the viewscreen she nodded. “Alright Folks, we’ve done our job here. Open the portal and as soon as it is open and stable… Helm… take us home.”

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO

Luka was definitely ready to go home. Well, relatively home. This whole crazy adventure had taken a lot out of the crew. Hopefully they were due for some nice R&R.

Luka, XO

R’han also welcomed the departure. In the mirror universe he was the common one. In his home universe, he was rare… at least in the Federation, thus he had the advantage.

R’han

The Vulcan nodded at Thollin, pleased at the man’s work. Then he looked up at the View screen, ready to see the stars of home.
-Va’rek, eng

With the three ships in Honor Guard Formation the wormhole opened its majestic maelstrom to recieve them.

=/\= Fair travels =/\= came over the comms from Eddington followed by a cheeky =/\= Until we meet again =/\=

Junior Gamemaster Conspiracy Theorist

“Never would be too soon.” R’han said in a voice too low to be heard by audio picups.

R’han

Ghubari couldn’t help but grin, especially as she agreed. Opening the ship wide comm, she addressed her crew. =/\=All crew, this is the Captain. We’re about to enter another anomaly to take us home. It should be smooth sailing, but just in case, take precautions. Koraia out.=/\=

“Helm, take us in,” the captain said, resting her arms on the arms of her command chair. Another day, another win. But the costs were to be tallied later. At least, as far as she knew, she hadn’t lost any of her crew this time. Small mercies.

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO


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