Main Sim - USS Amazon - Ambassador's Runabout

Posted Jan. 22, 2023, 7:47 p.m. by Commander Brad Walker (Chief Of Staff/Second Officer) (Brandon Irvine)

Posted by Gamemaster Mischief Maker (co-Gamemaster) in Main Sim - USS Amazon - Ambassador’s Runabout

Posted by Commander Brad Walker (Chief Of Staff/Second Officer) in Main Sim - USS Amazon - Ambassador’s Runabout

Posted by Captain Willow Taylor (Commanding Officer) in Main Sim - USS Amazon - Ambassador’s Runabout
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Brad did his best to mimic the gesture, though his movements were far less smooth than the Ambassador’s.

Willow slipped into the room at that point and had to bite the inside of her cheek as she watched Brad copy the gesture.

“Doctor Brad Walker, Chief of the Ogawa’s Medical Staff, Ambassador,” he said with a small smile. “We’re equally pleased to have you choose us to see to your care.”

“Oh, one of the doctors! I remember you from the documentary!” the Ambassador said. She gestured behind her. “This is my aide, Su’en Jalero and two of my personal guards, Aiin and Kaosret.”

A small vein twitched in Willows temple at the mention of the documentary but her smile remained in place as she allowed Doctor Walker to continue his greeting.

It might have been strange, for the third-in-command to handle the greeting, but technically, his department was the reason she was here. At this point, the CO and XO of the ship were little more than chauffeurs for the medical staff.

“I offer you a choice: we can escort you to your quarters and begin the medical exams in the morning, or we can escort you to our primary medical facility first and then take you to your quarters after the diagnostic team completes their intake procedures,” he said.

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

“That’s rather condescending,” Su’en thought to himself, his attitude bristling at the perceived sleight towards his boss. He took his breath and opened his mouth to begin to read Walker the Riot Act when his much more calm Mero interjected.

Mero turned to her long-trusted aide, her motions even more airy in the slightly lighter gravity than her homeworld norm. “What do you feel up for? I am eager to just get started, and you don’t have to be there for the exams if you don’t want to. I don’t know if they will want to ask anything of you though.” She turned her silver eyes to Walker in query.

~Mischief Maker

Taking this as an opening willow cleared her throat. “Im Captain Taylor, on behalf of the Ogawa welcome. Im sure if you wish we can organise a space close to the medical suite to you to rest where you can be contacted easily should the medical staff need you.”

It was at this point the bouncing ball of boundless bubbly that was Ensign Charlie arrived with a box which she brought to Show Willow and the at the Captain’s nod to Walker. Inside were the GALEN connected patient bands should he need them.

Willow Taylor
(Actually still alive) CO

Su’en eyed the doctors, and especially Charlie, with distrust before falling in with Mero. “I’ll see you get to the medical bay safely, Your Ladyship. Then I’ll make sure your quarters are safe to be in, that they got the air mixture correctly,” he said eyeing the Ogawa crew. “And make sure they have your special tea. Just the way you like it.”

GM Wombat

Mero smiled warmly. “He takes such great care of me, which is a blessing so far from home.” She turned to Su’en. “That sounds like an acceptable plan. I will definitely want some more tea. Oh! and a banana!” she said, her smile widening.

Dira was quietly taking in the new arrivals with curiosity, assessing them in a way that she could do uniquely of the trio. “We will do whatever we can to provide for your needs. You’ve but to ask. I am Commander Dira Myqian, first officer. If anything comes up, just call me. Our ship’s AI, GALEN, is very responsive and will let me know.” She was the natural buffer in a diplomatic situation, but this was not your typical ferrying task or hosting. The Ambassador was a willing patient, but Dira knew they had to be careful not to cross that line and make sure she was treated with all the regard someone of her position had earned.

She took the bands from Charlie and held one up. “This is a patient band we offer those being treated here. It is up to you if you wish to wear it, Ambassador, but it can help the medical team track vitals and such outside of the medical areas. If you’re not comfortable with that, we understand.”

Commander Myqian, XO

Mero stepped up to Myqian and eyed her intently, the warm smile still there but more curious. “You have a special energy about you,” she said, gesturing to the space around Dira. “I know I can trust you, so I don’t mind wearing the band,” she said, plucking it from the XO’s palm. She shot her aide a meaningful look, knowing he’d sense the commander’s aura too.

“Doctor, I am your willing patient, so by all means, show us the way,” the Amassador said.

~Mischief Maker

“Certainly, Ambassador,” Brad said, turning slightly and offering her his arm. “If you’ll come with me?”

Willow watched Su’en carefully. That was a person who did not trust the situation or those present if ever there was one.

“I am happy to take you personally to the quarters we have arranged for the Ambassador so you can check everything is to your satisfaction.” She said to Su’en and gave Mero a nod.

Willow Taylor

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

Since they were all going to the medical bay together, at least at first, Salin just smiled at Walker. “Of course, lead the way,” as she followed him out of the transporter room on Deck 3. She vaguely recalled that this ship had two of them, and one of them was on this side of the ship, though she couldn’t remember where exactly. That was probably for the best, because if she knew how close or far the place was it would give her mind time to get anxious and she was going to try her very hardest to not make all this more difficult.

She slipped the patient band on her delicate wrist and eyed it. “Are there times when I can or should take this band of? I don’t want to disrupt anything you might need from it.”

~Mischief Maker

“Functionally, it works similar to our commbadges in that it lets the ship know where you are, with the added functionality of allowing us to remotely monitor your vital signs, and alert us if you’re having a medical emergency,” Brad said. “That said, if there’s ever a time you don’t want us to know where you are, or how you’re doing, you can take it off. It’s supposed to be a convenience on both of our ends of the care experience, but it is certainly not mandatory.”

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

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