Posted by Lieutenant Koria Sutret (Chief Engineer) in Deck 7 - Outside Computer Core
Posted by Gamemaster Deus Ex Machina (Gamemaster) in Deck 3 - Outside Sickbay
Posted by Lieutenant Koria Sutret (Chief Engineer) in Deck 3 - Outside Sickbay
Stepping back into the hallway, Koria just shook her head. Someone was definitely going to have to check on the doc and everyone in that sickbay, they must be in shock. But there was one thing Koria knew, medicine was definitely not her strong suit. She was much better with machines then with people, and one thing was certain, she needed to figure out what had happened to the Chimera.
Pulling her tricorder out of her pocket she started trying to figure out where the best way to go was. She was on Deck 3, and with the power fluctuations she wasn’t going to tempt using the transporters. If she could make it to Deck 7, she would be able to access the computer core, and hopefully figure out what was going on.
Looking down at the map her tricorder had started to make of the clear pathways, she turned in her spot. She finally found what looked like to be an open jefferies tube that would get her going down at least.
Lt Sutret - CE
There had been a path opened from deck three to deck seven by a previous crew member… There was of combination of manually opened cross sectional hatches and dropped force-fields that would let the engineer to the Computer Core. There also happened to be marine team staring at the hatch to the primary computer core… when the chief engineer arrived.
Koria finally made her way to the computer core, having made her way through the maze that was the ship. She was never going to be ungrateful for a turbolift again.
As she came up to the access door she came upon a marine team staring at the hatch. “You know, it isn’t going to bite you,” she said walking up behind them. “What brings your team to my neck of the woods?”
Lt Sutret - CE
Okay we have two teams at to different points of the computer core… maybe we chose one or the other.
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