Alt timeline-this is overdue (tag Petrov)

Posted Aug. 4, 2022, 3:51 p.m. by Captain Remy Boudreaux (Commanding Officer) (Terry Sullivan)

Posted by Lieutenant Mikel Petrov (Chief Engineer) in Alt timeline-this is overdue (tag Petrov)

Posted by Captain Remy Boudreaux (Commanding Officer) in Alt timeline-this is overdue (tag Petrov)

Posted by Captain Remy Boudreaux (Commanding Officer) in Alt timeline-this is overdue (tag Petrov)
Remy made the call to engineering and asked Lt. Petrov to join him in the Ready Room. He knew Petrov would probably complain and grumble that the illiterate Cajun was interrupting him from something important, but that was too bad. Remy chuckled at the thought, because the chief was probably in the middle of some diabolical revenge plot for some member of his crew.

As he wanted for the chief, he pulled out 2 tumblers from his desk and NOT the normal bottle of bourbon, but instead a bottle of Tsarskaya Vodka, said to be the favorite of Peter the Great.

Boudreaux (CO)


MIkel came in and wondered what the Captain wanted. He was ready to defend a half dozen insults he had made to crew or be congratulated on saving the ship numerous times. He figured with this Captain it could be anything but for sure none of it would make sense.

“Captain you asked for me.” Petrov said. This time he left off his usual annoyed attitude until he knew what was happening.

Mikel CE

“Yes, Mr. Petrov, please have a seat,” Remy replied. He then held up the bottle of Tsarskaya Vodka and tumblers to show Petrov. “I hope this meets with your approval?”

One of the first things Petrov would notice (other than the vodka), was Remy’s complete lack of Cajun accent when he spoke.

“We have served together a long time, Lt. First on the Vanguard and here on the Wolverine. You are one of the few remaining officers to have followed me here, and I appreciate that. I asked you to join the Wolverine because you are without a doubt one of the best damn engineers I’ve ever worked with. And, you have literally pulled this ship out the fire a number of times, especially on the last mission. I owe you a great deal of graditude and thanks, chief.”

Boudreaux (CO)

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