In the Shafts

Posted Nov. 18, 2019, 1:49 p.m. by Lieutenant Sheriye (Chief Science Officer) (Krystelle McLean)

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As swiftly as they could the two Caitian’s began to climb their way up toward Deck 15, well aware they would need to detour and find ways around the forcefields and such. M’Ressa was not moving quite as quickly as Sheriye due to her injured ribs but the binding that the XO had put on them helped her enough so that she could keep going. Neither woman spoke as they saved both their energy and breath for the climb.

Rear Admiral M’Ressa
Sheriye CSO

It was none too easy to maneuver through the ship around the forcefield and transverse bulkheads. Unfortunately, before they could reach their destination there was a transverse bulkhead that there wasn’t a route around to avoid, up, down and back were all blocked. They would need to find a way through.

GM

OOC: Forgot to cross post .. ugh …
OOC: I don’t think we have comms yet....but I’ll let the GM chime in on this:)
IC:

He moved over to the comms. =^= Jen to Admiral M’Ressa and Lt Sheriye. Comms check. Over. =^=
Jen

OOC: Cross ship comms did not work… so depending on how far the two Caitians had progressed would determine if they were still in communications. You can make a contact for now, but as they move you will lose them without warning.

As they reached the impassable bulkhead M’Ressa paused to rest as she studied the situation, looking around to see where they were and what their options might be. Her ribs throbbed badly even through the painkiller she had received.

OOC: GM, where are they and what do they see?

Rear Admiral M’Ressa
Sheriye CSO

They are on a standard deck. As they moved they passed numerous crewmembers who like them were injured and confused and trying to get to their respective duty stations. The damage was significant but mostly also appeared stress related to a quick stop as opposed to anything else. In terms of the hatch, what was stated earlier stands. There was no way around the barriers at this point. They would have to deactivate the force fields or blow the cross-sectional hatches.

GM

M’Ressa frowned and then looked at Sheriye who was tapping in a frustrated way at her science tricorder.”Therre iss no way arround this, we arre sstuck herre!” She growled increasing frustration.

“Can we deactivate the forcefield?” M’Ressa asked as she looked around for a control panel in the corridor.

Rear Admiral M’Ressa
Sheriye CSO

Deactivating the automatic force field was not a basic function. The Chief Science officer of a talented engineer if so trained (that’s up to you) could set up an over-ride program or manually rewire the system to shut down the force field but there were dangers attached to such an operation. Most of which was hypothetical, if indeed there was a hull breach or another issue that necessitated the force field removing it would be dangerous and likely so instantaneous they would not be able to reverse it to preempt the danger.

GM

Sheriye frowned as she attempted to scan the section behind the bulkhead to see the conditions beyond it. Was there a hull breach? How could they tell? The ship computers could be giving out questionable information but would tricorders given that she was careful to not create an upload between hers and the computer as a precaution since she had turned it on?

Sheriye CSO


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