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Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty
Subject: the plot thickens...


Stardate 2365.02.11
USS Peregrine, Bridge - 1056



Captain Drake barely had time to process Lieutenant Zai beginning his thought when Berk interrupted with news of the explosion aboard the Coronado. Silas felt an inexplicable anger wash over him at the report of the damage, felt his hands ball into fists at his side. While he was certain that the cloaked vessel was not directly responsible for the attack (Tochi again seemed to agree), only a fool would presume that the events were unrelated.

"Captain," the voice of Lieutenant Sh'iraolnas called out. "With your permission, I would like to polarize the hull. If the Stormspike has the means to attack from a cloaked position, we need to ensure that we aren't taken by surprise. Polarizing the hull will help sturdy the Peregrine's structure against energy attacks among other things."

Drake nodded in response to the ingenious suggestion. "I see no evidence that they actually fired on the Corondao, Lieutenant, but discretion would be the better part of valor, here. Make it happen."

With a moment to take a breath, Tochi spoke up again. "We might also add, Captain," he said, his gaze framing Silas and the Ambassadors, now, "Our observations suggest that neither the Kuldaran or Rytainian fleets reacted as if they had any foreknowledge of the Stormspike's attack. Neither have we seen any evidence that the explosion aboard the Coronado is the result of weapons-fire..." He scowled as his gaze panned slowly from D'Lar to Threel. "...If you don’t mind our saying, sir," the Trill offered, levelly meeting Silas' eyes, now, "We believe that D'Lar is speaking the truth..."

Drake double checked the displays; Tochi was, of course, correct in assessing the situation. Both fleets were forming as if the attack were unexpected, as if they were the targets of the actions. Why would the Kuldar send one vessel and not follow up with the might of their fleet?

The Captain nodded in assent. "Lieutenant Zai, I believe that you are correct. I won't yet venture to guess who is behind this attack, but it seems highly unlikely to be an act of the Kuldarian government... though I presume that we are, in fact, expected to believe that it is."

The words had barely passed Drake's lips when Threel shot to a standing position. "This is an outrage!" he bleated behind a clenched fist. "My people are savagely attacked, murdered in a filthy Kuldarian sneak attack, and you would absolve them of this crime?"

Crimson rage bubbled across the Captain's countenance for a brief moment. "Ambassador Threel, I am quite certain that I did not stutter when instructed you to sit and be silent. You have become a major distraction, and a lack of focus could cost lives." Drake's gaze settled on Threel's escort. "Petty officer, escort the ambassador to his quarters at once, please, where he will remain until danger has passed. If he resists, stun him and drag him to the brig."

Petty Officer Brady nodded and stepped close to the Ambassador. "Aye, sir," he replied.

Threel was livid enough for spittle to form at his lips. "How dare you! I have status! You have no right! I will see that..." as the escort reached for his arm, Threel jerked away, and Drake nodded. When the security officer reached for his sidearm, Threel blanched, hung his head, and allowed himself to be led to the turbolift.

As the duo stepped off of the bridge, Silas tried to not think of the fact that he had likely just signed the papers forfeiting his command - if not an actual court martial. But now was not the time to worry about hurt feelings, even if they did represent governments - there were lives at stake.

He spoke up. "Mister Lasad, Mister Sh'iraolnas - find me that frakking ship."

Suddenly, Dio spoke up. "Captain, the Coronado is hailing us."

Silas nodded. "Put them onscreen."

The main viewscreen display shifted to that of the Coronado's bridge. Captain Jacobs, looking rather harried, was the focal point.

"Mister Drake," he spat in his icy accent, "what exactly are you doing? You have failed not only to secure the rendezvous zone, but you have also allowed harm to come to my ship!"

For a split second, Silas was rendered speechless by the audacity of the ranking officer. "Sir," he protested, "our sensors indicate that your damage came from an internal explosion, not from an attack. And we were hardly prepared to deal with a cloaked vessel here..."

Jacobs cut him off. "Clearly, you should have been so prepared, Commander. And now, this entire summit is about to devolve into a bloodbath! What is your plan of action?"

Captain Drake took a deep breath before speaking. "Sir, we are en route to the last known position of the attacking vessel, and will deal with her when she decloaks. Given the damage you have suffered, perhaps you should withdraw to a safer location until the threat is dealt with?"

The older officer actually chortled. "Hardly. Let alone the fact that I will not turn tail and flee from the likes of these, where would you have me go? Into the asteroid field and further ambush? To a space station of unknown allegiance? No, we will stay where we are. Form up on us and protect this vessel. Prepare for an attack run against the Kuldarian forces."

Silas actually found himself speechless for a moment. "An attack run? But sir, we have excellent reason to believe that the Kuldar are not behind this attack! If we fire on their vessels, it will be a clear act of war."

Jacobs growled in return. "Mister Drake, don't be an idiot. A Kuldarian vessel has attacked two other ships, to say nothing of the damage we have sustained. Federation lives have been lost, the initial act of war has already been committed. You have your orders, show some respect to the uniform and follow them. Jacobs out."

With that, the connection was cut, and the view returned to the situation outside.








Posted on 2017-04-26 at 01:04:37.
Edited on 2017-04-26 at 01:05:25 by t_catt11

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: well, rats


I hate to skip Brennus, as Berk has so much he can do; his department is obviously right in the middle of this.

That said, it's been more than a week since I posted, and I don't want the game to be stagnant. So I'm going to go ahead and post and bump things along; we can edit to account for Berk, if necessary.

Note for engineering: all systems seem to be nominal; no sabotage is evident. Recall that before we took the ambassadors aboard, we put in security protocols (force fields, guard personnel), and the ambassadors each got 24/7 escorts.

The Coronado was not as thorough in their preparations, and they had quite a few more representatives and staff to account for than we did. It's pretty easy to watch two people on a ship of this size; twenty on a larger ship could be more of a challenge.

Posted on 2017-04-23 at 22:33:05.
Edited on 2017-04-23 at 22:43:39 by t_catt11

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: hah


So you are, Brom. I had hoped to have a Berk post, but I'll go ahead and post today, myself.

Posted on 2017-04-19 at 08:22:17.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: hah


Not superfluous. Maybe just an order to make sure personnel are, in fact, in place?

Posted on 2017-04-17 at 10:29:38.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: yay for posting!


A couple of items:

I'm ready to press forward, but I'd like to see a Berk post if we can get it.

There are already Security personnel deployed to various critical areas of the ship, and there are also containment fields deployed to prevent unauthorized personnel from accessing those areas. Not saying sabotage is not possible, but Berk and company did account for this already back when we took the ambassadors aboard.

Posted on 2017-04-17 at 09:51:09.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: loving it!


I've been waiting for months for this scene to play out. Loving the responses so far, folks!

Posted on 2017-04-13 at 12:45:57.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: nice


lol @ play one at the Inn.

I think this is a cool plan. I don't see this encounter lasting super long, but this could be an effective tactic.

Posted on 2017-04-13 at 12:05:28.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: yep


Historically, it has been very difficult to detect cloaked vessels. You do sometimes get a "shimmering" effect if at point blank range - i.e. some distortion around the moving edges of the effect - but that's visual only, and we're not that close.

I believe there was a DS9 episode where a cloaked fleet was detected due to what basically amounted to a wave of subspace disturbance, but that was attributed to the large number all going in the same direction, in formation.

In this environment? Heavy metal asteroids super close by, multiple energy signatures due to so many vessels being scattered around? It would be like finding a needle in a stack of needles, even if you know where to look. A clever captain would move at very low impulse and still be able to gain massive tactical advantages. Decloak, attack, cloak, move, repeat.

Also... how dare you WORK?

Posted on 2017-04-13 at 09:54:39.
Edited on 2017-04-13 at 09:54:58 by t_catt11

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: nice


I love it when people start thinking out loud.

>Or we could blind fire our phasers in rotating arcs and torpedo the shield impacts but that seems a little reckless.

Yeah, a little.



Posted on 2017-04-12 at 17:06:11.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: yeah


I think you are a little ahead of your time on the tachyon thing, but it's worth a shot. As stated above, we won't be able to reliably detect due to the tachyon detection grid not yet being developed - but that doesn't mean there is nothing to be done.

Posted on 2017-04-12 at 12:03:53.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: info for posts...


Some information about the current tactical situation that may be useful in your posts:

1. The Stormspike is, for all intents and purposes, invisible right now to our scanners. We are prior to the development of the tachyon detection grid (circa 2368 ); as such, we do not possess the capability to track a cloaked vessel.

2. Cloaked ships cannot fire and remain cloaked; their shields are also offline while cloaked.

3. The explosion aboard the Coronado appears to be internal in source - they were not attacked from outside.

4. The data seems to suggest that D'lar's claim could be valid - the Stormspike is clearly heavily modified. Seeing as how it is a much older frame, it does not make a lot of sense that your "secret weapon" would start from a position of inferiority - especially knowing what we know about Kuldar culture.



Posted on 2017-04-12 at 00:11:40.
Edited on 2017-04-12 at 12:02:24 by t_catt11

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty
Subject: out of the frying pan...


Stardate 2365.02.11
USS Peregrine, Bridge - 1053



"Captain, they are firing disruptors!" Berk interjected. At that moment, purplish energy bolts ripped out from the decloaked ship and slammed into two of the Rytain ships.

Silas swore vehemently. Fortunately, Lieutenant Zai immediately bent to the task at hand.

"Intercept initiated, Captain," Tochi called out despite having not been asked, his fingers flying over the CONN, "Point and grunt, sir, and we're there!"

Inwardly, Silas grinned darkly. A bit quick on that trigger, aren't we? Technically, course changes should only be initiated by the officer in charge, but seeing as this was clearly the proper course of action, the Captain did not see it worth the mention.

"Get us in phaser range as quickly as possible, Lieutenant," he spoke instead. "I'd rather not fire torpedoes in this situation if I can help it."

Lieutenant Lasad spoke up from the Ops station. "Captain," he spoke, "the attacking vessel is transmitting as the KDF Stormspike, a Kuldarian vessel. It seems odd, though - this ship design is at least fifty years out of date - if not more - and the energy signatures make no sense whatsoever. They shouldn't even have the power plant capable of energizing disruptors of that magnitude, let alone operate a cloaking device." Left unspoken was the obvious point that both disruptors and cloaking technology were both beyond everything understood to be with reach of Kuldarian vessels of any type, let alone ancient ones.

The Ops chief continued with his status report. "One of the Rytainian vessels has been destroyed, Captain. The other is badly damaged. The Stormspke is charging for another volley."

The Captain barked out. "Open hailing frequencies again." "Attention, KDF Spormspike! Cease and desist your attack at once, or you will be destroyed! I will not offer another warning."

Suddenly, the Kuldarian vessel disappeared from the viewscreen and from sensors. "Captain," Berk called out, "the enemy vessel has re-cloaked."

***************************************************

Ambassador Threel rose from his seat and, shaking with fury, leveled a finger at D'lar. "You and your treacherous kind! There can be no peace while your murderous species continues to consume oxygen!"

D'lar, for his part, seemed utterly dumbfounded. "This is not an official act of my government, I am certain of this. We came here for a true hope of peace."

"Liar!" Threel spat. "Yet another Kuldarian ambush! Who cares if your government made official sanction of this, the murder is the same!"

D'lar took to his own feet and turned his expression on Drake. "Captain, this is not right. I can assure you that this is not a Kuldarian attack. We see the tactical value in ambushes, I do not deny this, but we did not perform this one."

Threel was now drifting into full apoplexy. "Can you never speak the truth, you filthy cur? The evidence is before us, borne in the blood of my people, once again spilled for no reason!"

The Kuldar raised a hand. "Captain, please, I beg of you - listen to me. I know that this is not a Kuldarian attack - my grandsire served on the Stormspike, but she was lost with all hands some forty years ago while on field operations in Rytainian territory. All of her crew were given burials when I was a child. We searched for her for months, but she was never found, and her last transmission indicated that life support had been breached, that all lives were lost."

"Field operations???" Threel shrieked. "You mean, an attack run to kill Rytainian children! Do not disguise your bloodlust behind flowery words!"

Drake narrowed his eyes. "Enough, Ambassador Threel. You will sit down and be silent, or you will be removed from my bridge." The Captain's tone left no room for argument, and a shaking Threel obeyed.

"Hail the Coronado," the Captain spoke. "Captain Jacobs will need to be informed of this intel."

Suddenly, a smaller alarm sounded, and Lasad looked up, wide eyed. "Captain, I'm detecting a significant explosion aboard the Coronado! I'll need to see the official damage report, but it appears that the explosion may have involved their torpedo launcher! Their shields are holding, but are significantly weakened - they are down to sixty-two percent capacity."




Posted on 2017-04-11 at 17:27:44.
Edited on 2017-04-11 at 17:34:37 by t_catt11

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: bump


Here we go, more combat!

Posted on 2017-04-11 at 17:26:02.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: awesome


Good to see the post, Brennus! I did take the lberty of two tiny edits - one, I fixed the bolded text, and two, I added "thousand" to the mention of "one hundred fifty kilometers.

I will try to have a post up this weekend!

Posted on 2017-04-08 at 01:42:39.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: awww, yisss!


Well done! So hyped to see us back in action!

Gonna give Berk until Moday-ish, then I'm bumping this puppy forward.

Posted on 2017-04-07 at 17:05:00.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: be still, my beating heart...


I saw Eol's name on the topic as the last author, and started getting tingly!

Posted on 2017-04-07 at 13:42:32.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: well


Eol is threatening a post, and we're hearing that Berk will be posting, too.

Haven't heard anything from Marissa or Lori, so unless I hear otherwise, I'm going to consider Lt. Lasad and Dr. Moore to be NPCs. Obviously, the second they make a peep, they are welcome back.

I'll hold a bit longer before I post again (I'd particularly like a Berk post as he has some knowledge that others won't have yet, and I'd like Tochi because duh), but if we don't see anything by, say, Mondayish, I'll likely bump things along slightly.

Posted on 2017-04-06 at 11:39:14.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: yep


According to the vessel's transponder, this is the KDF Stormspike, which is a Kuldarian ship.

Do you think that Berk would know about these? What do you hope to gain?

Write the character as you feel they would be. As long as you aren't Mary Sue-ing things up, we're good.

Posted on 2017-04-03 at 23:44:54.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: awesome


I really enjoyed seeing how a combat situation impacted the little guys. I've never really thought about how stressful that has to be!

Posted on 2017-04-02 at 23:50:24.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: some facts and details...


Romulans and Klingons are both known to have cloaking technology.

Romulans and Ferengi are both known to employ disruptors (though they are not the only ones).

The unidentified vessel appears to by Kuldar in origin, though it is a noticeably older model than the rest of the ships present. The energy signatures are all wrong, however, suggesting some mishmash of technology.

The weapons are far stronger than anything we have come to expect from the Kuldar or Rytain, though the Peregrine easily outclasses this ship.

We are currently outside of phaser range, though within torpedo range.

Other questions, feel free to shoot at me, post in the Q&A, etc.

Posted on 2017-03-31 at 23:56:28.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: there ya go...


...let's post!

Posted on 2017-03-31 at 16:05:32.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty
Subject: back on track...


Stardate 2365.02.11
USS Peregrine, Bridge - 1030



OOC: I'm breaking some normal rules by putting words in a few characters' mouths. Please forgive me, but I'd like this game to return to normal operation seamlessly, and I'm not quite sure yet which players are planning to join us. If you have objections, we can of course edit.


Though his outward expression remained stoic, Silas felt a small tremor of exhilaration - perhaps even of apprehension - as the Peregrine fell out of warp. The momentary shudder of the ship culminated with an explosion of details on the viewscreen as the Sabre class vessel returned to normal space.

Judging from the size of the asteroids in the viewscreen, they had come out of warp a bit closer to the summit site than the crew had intended - and, if he were being honest, a bit closer than Silas would have preferred. The massively extensive asteroid field just screamed "textbook ambush" to Drake, and he would have preferred to have had a better look before approaching so close. But there was little to be done about that now.

"Mister Lasad," the Captain spoke, "give me a full sensor analysis of the surrounding area, paying special attention to the asteroid field."

The handsome operations chief nodded as his fingers flew across his console. "Aye, sir."

"Mister Berk," Drake spoke again, "I want a full breakdown on the disposition of all vessels within sensor range in this system." For the briefest of instants, the tactical chief's gaze met the Captain's before glancing at the ambassadors for an additional split second. The unspoken request by Silas was to determine any potential threats by the Kuldar or Rytain forces, though saying so out loud would of course be considered offensive.

Berk clearly knew what Silas was looking for, however. "Aye, sir," he acknowledged before working on his own console.

"Tochi," the Captain began, "set a course for the rendezvous point, bring us in at one quarter impulse."

The Trill was all business, as was to be expected. "Aye sir," he replied. "Course laid in, engaging impulse engines now."

As the data began to roll in, Silas felt another shiver. "Here we are," he spoke quietly, to no one in particular. "Here's to hope and peace."

********************************************

Stardate 2365.02.11
KDF Stormspike, Bridge - 1035



Tactical Officer Gullen looked up from his console. "Captain," he spoke, "the Federation vessels have arrived in system and are en route. ETA is fifteen minutes to desired range."

The Captain nodded seriously. "Brothers," he spoke to the small crew, "the moment of our glory has arrived. History will not know our names, but the victory of our people will be built on what we do here today. Strike hard, strike fast, create chaos among them. If we do our duty, we will assure the eventual victory that we so richly deserve against these scum."

He gazed around the room, a serene expression on his face. Raising a fist, he spoke one final time. "Strength and honor."

The handful of crew raised their own fists in reply. "Strength and honor," came the chorus of replies.

********************************************

Stardate 2365.02.11
USS Peregrine, Bridge - 1050



The Peregrine cleared the asteroid field without incident to reveal the greenish ball of Gamera III, with Gyaos Station - the actual location of the summit - appearing as a small shadow orbiting in front of it. As was fully expected, fleets from both the Rytain and Kuldar had taken up formations in opposing points. While both peoples seemed to follow similar philosophies - ships smaller than even the Peregrine, with crew compliments of probably twenty or fewer (largely due to the fact that neither people had much cause for deep space missions) - there were certainly different design aesthetics at play. The Rytain vessels were constructed of a alloy with a gleaming silver color, and were pointed, yet flowing, in appearance. The Kuldar ships, on the other hand, were much darker in color - a flat, dark gray - with a stubby, thick design.

Sensor data revealed that both fleets were comprised of the newest technology that each people had to offer; this was also no surprise. Neither faction would stomach the slightest loss of face, and neither would dream of deploying outdated, inferior vessels to this important meeting.

Gyaos Station had been signaled, and the two Federation vessels were locked into approach vectors for docking, when suddenly, the excrement hit the air distribution device.

An audible alarm sounded, jostling Drake from his thoughts. "Captain," Berk's voice rang out. "An unidentified vessel has just decloaked near the Rytainian fleet, and is on an intercept vector with them! Range, four hundred twenty thousand kilometers. Heading one hundred forty degrees, mark one one five."

The TAC officer's voice was tight. "Sir, they appear to be charging weapons."

Silas felt the surge of adrenaline hit him like a wall of electricity. "Red alert!" He barked. "Shields up! Bring our own weapon systems online, and prepare to fire."

Why would a lone vessel execute an attack like this? he wondered internally. And a cloaked vessel, at that? Certainly, this was technology far beyond the Kuldar or the Rytain.

"I want that ship onscreen, and give me a sensor breakdown of it right now," the Captain ordered. "Open hailing frequencies," he continued, his own voice clipped.

"Attention, unidentified vessel," he began in a stern tone as the viewscreen shifted to a magnified view of the aggressor. "This is Commander Silas Drake of the USS Peregrine. I hereby order you to..."

"Captain, they are firing disruptors!" Berk interjected. At that moment, purplish energy bolts ripped out from the decloaked ship and slammed into two of the Rytain ships.






Posted on 2017-03-31 at 16:04:37.
Edited on 2017-03-31 at 16:08:25 by t_catt11

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: it's coming...


I should have it up during business hours today.

Posted on 2017-03-31 at 10:41:19.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: confusion...


...about how long it has taken me to post?

That's fair. It's in progress now. Hope to have it up tonight.

Posted on 2017-03-27 at 23:29:14.

Topic: Star Trek: the Edge of Duty Q&A
Subject: enough is enough


I'm back, folks. I have a Drake post almost ready to go. Prepare to woof forward to arrival at the Gamera system. Let's get to the meat of this story!

Posted on 2017-03-13 at 00:41:40.

 
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