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GM for this game: Eol Fefalas
Players for this game: t_catt11, Kaelyn, Rystefn K'ryll, Bromern Sal, suicidolt, Lyskhala, Dragon Mistress, Brianna, Vorrioch, Cap'n Lou, YeOlde, Oko, Devalero, Glory of Gallifrey, Merideth, Duncan74
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The older Romulan, Sienaeís second in command, keep his dark blue gaze on the captain of the Charon. Everything about his stance was military, as if knowing where every body part was in relation to everyone else. Not a muscle moves, not even in his eyes, he was reminiscent of a bullmastiff on guard.
Both of the Captains had read his file, which had a few unusual aspect recorded in it, He had been a Marine and for several years preceding more recent events he had been training Martial Arts at the Imperial War Academy. Then he was assigned to the Balak, the same ship that the Centurion had been on during the failed Romulan-Cardassion attack on the Dominion, where he had been the equivalent of the Staff Sergeant in the RS Marines. After that incident, he had been transferred to the Navy with the rank of Lieutenant. A very new entry indicated that he had been adopted by the Centurionís family. In fact, it had been added to his record buy Star Fleet channels just after the Romulanís had first boarded the Cerberus, it had not there when Mac had first read their files.
S'Talon watched Captain Gavison with an intensity that could be felt.
Posted on 2008-08-21 at 23:45:03.
Edited on 2008-08-22 at 17:49:54 by Dragon Mistress
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