Bridge - Main Sim

Posted Jan. 14, 2021, 7:28 p.m. by Lieutenant Commander Teller Graham (Chief Science Officer) (Luke Hung)

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There was no discernible energy signatures or matter streams that would indicate where the ships may have come or gone from. There were several larger fragments of hull plating and other components that could possibly be brought on board for further analysis.

Sha had just arrived on the bridge as she was asked the question. “Well, if the shields modulating can help with protecting the ships, then we have that covered. As for once we leave the protection of the shuttles, I have no idea. Science and Medical would be better suited to answer that. I am sure we could use the protection suits, but I doubt we could them be ‘inconspicuous’. If that’s the intention.”

She moved to her console and began typing queries to engineering about the specs for the shuttle to help shield it.


“Perhaps we could craft some sort of portable force field generator? Or a personal deflector. With the adeguate anti-radiation medication it can be a viable solution but it would require time…” the XO suggested from his pool of knowledge “What about that?”

Lieutenant Cdr. Yuri Scholz - Executive Officer

“Ohhh, I like.” Graham agreed. “We could use an inverse wave function to the radiation and have almost an invulnerability.”

Graham CSO

Vadoma shook her head. “I’m not managing to get it any clearer, yet. I’ll keep trying.”

She was frustrated that it wasn’t working like she wanted. “Come on, you stupid computer. You know you’re as curious as I am.” She continued to try and manipulate the signal thru various filters and volumes hoping to get a more concise message. After all… medical was one of those words meaning they either needed it, or if Saracen didn’t surrender, they would need it. She hoped, with all her heart, that it was the former.


Sha had been typing with Engineering and glanced over her shoulder. “They are still working on the shuttle, Sir. But I am sure we can manage something fairly quickly.” She went back to typing wondering how they would make portable shield generators small enough to be portable and not overcumbersome.

((Is there an Engineering Main Sim thread I need to cross post the request to?))

Just then, on the viewscreen, the scene went dark and there was a text message displayed for all to see, saying: Contact made. ~SARAH

~Corinne Dalton/SARAH

“Do your best.”


Vadoma suddenly spoke up. “Sarah is in. She says contact’s been made.” She was elated. Perhaps the woman would be able to acquire knowledge she hadn’t been able to clear up.


“Is there a way you can track her progress?” Teller had begun to track multiple stations, reducing his ability to do his own job.

Graham CSO

Vadoma frowned and turned back to the computer. “Don’t know.” She thought for a moment and tapped out a query on the console.

Is there a way you can keep us apprised of your location and progress, Sarah?

She had merely typed it on the screen in hopes the woman inside would be ‘watching’ or ‘listening’ for communication from them. She had never dealt with Sarah inside the machine before and it was a bit exciting. She would have to sit down with the woman after this was over and explore how they can work in tandem better with her ‘inside’.


Sha watched the screen for a response from engineering and wondered how they’d pull this off. Something wasn’t sitting right in her security mind. But for the life of her, she couldn’t put her finger on it.


The computer was able to clear up some of the distortion and disturbance in the transmission.

When played, this is what they would hear.

“ … medical research station… assistance… under attack… lead doctor missing… help with repairs…”


“Can we clear that up any further and get a lock on where it is coming from?” Dante asked. If they could find out where, their ships scanners might be able to work out what was going on on the vicinity a little better.

Captain Knight

Graham rolled his chair over to his screen. “Signal is bearing 101 mark 14. I’m working on range and more information.” He continued to scan.

Graham. CSO

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