Sickbay

Posted March 31, 2020, 9:26 a.m. by Commander Garinder'Jen th'Jir (Executive Officer) (Gene Gibbs)

Posted by Gamemaster Deus Ex Machina (Gamemaster) in Sickbay

Posted by Captain Alexxander Ryley (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay

Posted by Commander Garinder’Jen th’Jir (Executive Officer) in Sickbay

Posted by Gamemaster Deus Ex Machina (Gamemaster) in Sickbay

Posted by Commander Garinder’Jen th’Jir (Executive Officer) in Sickbay

Posted by Captain Alexxander Ryley (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay

Posted by Commander Garinder’Jen th’Jir (Executive Officer) in Sickbay
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“Yea, they just looked like humanoids, although not necessarily human. There was a sort of haze around them that made it look blurry. I just thought I had a concussion. Stuff like that some times happens to telepaths, as the mind project an image over the corporeal self. It’s can be a glow… the hippies call it an aura.”

Ensign Random paused. “Actually I ‘saw’ three or four people like that on the way down. One… just walked through a wall. Like I said I thought I was had a concussion… is it something different.”

Ensign Random
GM

Ryley occupied himself with his tricorder and raised his eyebrows. “Great…hippy auras.” He handed his tricorder wordlessly over to the XO.

Ryley
MD

Jen’s antennae shifted as though they might pick up something of this ‘aura’, taking the tricorder almost absently. It was not a new thing per se for non corporeal life forms to be around. Metrons. Q. Sargon to name a few. Though with the situation and what the ensign was saying perhaps they have a body and all she was picking up was the aura. “When you see one next, do you think you can try to get its attention?” He knew that could be dangerous. Though if they were hostile they would have acted already when they had the advantage. These ‘auras’ did not appear to be as distressed as they were here.
- Jen

Ryley considered. “Is it possible do you think to create a way of tracing these auras. Even if the things the,selves are gone.Like an old earth style UV black light ?”

Ryley
MD

Admittedly Jen had no idea what Ryley was saying about a black light, however he did get the idea. “Let’s try it,” he said. It was certainly worth a shot.
- Jen

There was a growing glow in the middle of the sick bay. The injured ensign pointed at the glow, “Can you see that… cause that aura is something crazy.?”

“I see it,” he said, antennae leaning into the glow even as he seemed to lean forward as he tried to sense what was happening.

This image firmed up, then flashed and became more solid… =^=C@@ you hear @@. W@ @re t@2 Ch@#ira…=^=

GM

Jen had tingles go through him. Even through the static he sensed what the static did not tell. =^= We can hear you =^= He said, immediately setting the tricorder to record. =^= Commander th’Jir here. Report. =^= He nearly barked that order, his tone back to the trenches in a combat situation. Which is what he suddenly felt this situation to be. And he needed the .. image .. to know to not chit chat.
- Jen

Ryley raised both eyebrows and stood watching, with little else to do he simply picked up another tricorder and aimed it at the light and sound to see if he could get another reading.

Ryley
MD

The tricorders revealed a more focused quantum flux. Much like the one detected in the marine barracks, the crew lounge and not ten minutes ago when the injured ensign mentioned the hippy auras. The ship also radiated a quantum flux when she was at work…

“Fo@#s the d@mn fi#ld…=^= there was a brief flash of light again… this time with a burst of wind from the pressure of a bubble opening in sickbay. The figure almost stepped out of the darkness as she phased more into view. The image/person seemed to be of their former engineer Heather Argeneau, her uniform was more than a little different, but pretty clearly a Federation style, the insignia wasn’t that of Lieutenant but likely a Commander…

=^= Lieutenant Commander Ryley? Captain Garinder’Jen th’Jir?=^= She paused… =^=I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.=^= She looked sadly at Garinder’Jen th’Jir. =^=As you might have figured we are a parallel universe Chimera. Best we can figure, we literally and improbably crossed identical points in subspace at the exact same time. We were quantum-ly attached via our warp fields… but our universes operate at different frequencies and that’s leading to the crushing pressures as the universes vibrate apart and our fields try to keep us together.=^=

Commander Heather Argeneau
Alleged Alternate Chimera
GM

Jen glossed over the ‘Captain’. Been there done that in his rise in ranks in the Marines. Still he preferred Colonel. Of course this could be a ‘trap’ of some kind however he had no reason to suspect one. They were hours away from being crushed. Anything hostile would simply have let the counter tick down. Physics was not his strong point. He had a greater sneaky sense than physics however he did understand what she was saying. He glanced at Ryley. They hadn’t figured that specifically, though they had considered some kind of collision with another ship. He nodded as she said that.

He thought quickly. =^= How are your people? =-^= he asked. It was irrelevant in the short run, however any officer had a care to their people. And these, in a way, were the same people. =^= What if we attempt to synch frequencies through our respective warp fields? Momentarily be aligned though with the universal difference allow us to continue on? =^= This was as bad as time travel.

Turning to the doctor he said, “Open a comms link to the chief engineer. He needs to weigh in on this.”
- Jen


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