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Pre sim--Arrival and reporting in

Posted March 5, 2023, 1:58 p.m. by Ensign Kyrith Th'zylen (Security Officer) (Katy Darrah)

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Brenna Neenna Atoded (Chief of Security) in Pre sim–Arrival and reporting in

Posted by Ensign Kyrith Th’zylen (Security Officer) in Pre sim–Arrival and reporting in

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Brenna Neenna Atoded (Chief of Security) in Pre sim–Arrival and reporting in
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His antenna were pressed almost flat against his head as Kyrith materialized on the transporter pad. He would never get used to that sensation, no matter how many times he transported around. He reached up and touched the vial of Eran’s blood, quietly muttering a few words. He stepped down off the pad with a nod to the transporter operator, and quietly exited the room. Emerging into the corridor, he brought up a map on his PaDD.

As he walked, his antenna slowly rose, angling in two separate directions as did his curiosity. He had never been on such a wonderful Federation ship before, so this was his chance to detect and explore as much as he could. He should, however, watch where he’s going, as he found out upon running into the door of the Chief of Security’s office a few minutes later. Managing not to fall on his butt, he rang the chime.

Ensign Kyrith Th’zylen

Brenna was expecting a new officer to report today and she was currently sitting at her desk reading over his personnel file. Three canine heads lifted and barked as something hit the door. Geri let out a low rumble and Brenna tapped the security feed on the monitors. “Lu’” She gave them the command in Klingon and they seemingly went back to sleep. At the chime she called, “Come in Ensign Th’zylen.” She watched as he did so. “Come in, have a seat.”

Three dogs were curled up in the far corner and raised their heads as he came in. Siberian huskies, a black and white, a grey and white, and a brown and white. They sniffed the air, taking his scent and the settled back down.

Atoded, CoS

Kyrith entered, his antennae sweeping around the room, his curiosity piqued. As he took a seat, he went back to keeping them pressed back close to his head, a method he used to protect himself from sensory inputs he wasn’t wanting. He’d taken to using that method in the last few years since Eran died.

Ensign Kyrith Th’zylen

Atoded leaned back in her chair, “Tell me what you bring to the security team, ensign.”

Atoded, CoS

Kyrith eyed her for a moment, before speaking. “I’ve been in the Imperial Guard back on Andoria, so I’ve, unfortunately, seen combat.” His hand moved up and lightly touched the vial of blood around his neck. “However, I do not let my feelings or emotions cloud my judgement. I make myself ignore any familiarity I have with anyone i may need to deal with.”

Ensign Kyrith Th’zylen

Brenna noted the movement and that the vial was blood. A serious loss. “Noted. Now tell me what you bring to the security team. You were part of the Imperial Guard and passed,” she glanced at his file, “the security division requirements. You must have skills that are valuable to us as a team. What are they?”

Atoded, CoS

Kyrith was never good at these sort of questions, but he decided to just go with it. “Extensive hand-to-hand combat training from my time in the Imperial Guard, as well as some combat training I hope to never have to use. Some minor investigative experience i taught myself after my brother’s murder.”

Ensign Kyrith Th’zylen

Ah, the blood then. “My condolences, En.” Battle was one thing, murder was quite different. “What weapons are you certified with? Do you have any personal weapons? They need to be registered and checked with me.”

Atoded, CoS

“Phaser types 2 and 3 are my only currently recognized certifications. I’d like to put Ushaan-tor on there but Starfleet doesn’t recognize that as a certifiable weapon at this time.” He hated to take up the weapon, but it’s something he was trained for, so it’d be an option in the future. “No personal weapons at this time. Too many memories.”

Kyrith Th’zylen

“Well just because Star Fleet doesn’t issue it doesn’t mean it isn’t a valid weapon. What positions have you taken in your patrol groups? Any one in particular you think you are best suited for?”

Atoded, CoS

“I generally get stuck with either point in a patrol group of 3 or more, or, if it’s simply a pair, I get stuck with watching the rear. No one ever asks what I’d like to do so I don’t know what I’m really good at.” Kyrith hadn’t been the most social of cadets, so nobody had gotten to know him or what he was good at.

Kyrith Th’zylen


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