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|*SIM Type: USS Shogun Missions|
|*Production number: SHO-KM009|
|*Forum Thread: New Faces|
|*Previous Mission: Searches and Rescue|
|*Next Mission: Hostile Takeover|
|*SIM Concept: Kermie Mistwallow|
|*Historian: ErinSutlar Resident|
Even with puzzling Hirogen behavior looming, the adventure continues into other things.
After receiving permission earlier, the Chief Engineer has let loose one of her experiments into the ship's systems: the Advanced Dynamic Intelligence with Translated Interface or, A.D.I.T.I. This is sure to create some interesting situations.
Meanwhile, the ship's sensors discover a strange, unknown vessel. Who are they, and why are they here? Let's find out!
Location: USS. Shogun Alert Status: Green Damage: None
STARTING OBJECTIVES ( * = indicates leading assignments)
- Command: Oversee and coordinate departments to meet objectives.
- Operations: Oversee power distribution; assist Engineering as needed.
- Engineering: Keep watch on A.D.I.T.I, and evaluate alien tech
- Science: Evaluate alien language, culture, etc.
- Medical: Evaluate alien physiology, if possible. Attend to injuries as needed.
- Security: Evaluate alien's tactical capabilities
- Intelligence: Try to locate alien's homeworld.
- Cadets: Assist as needed, if present
- Civilians: Assist as needed
- Ships Assisting: None
Combat is not expected, but vigilance is always wise.
Location: USS Shogun (Sadistic Intent)
Log Entry: Gentle survey of other planets as we departed BR-14 and the derelict staion. Nothing much there so far, only a couple of inhospitable rocks.
Distress call received and answered. Upon approach, however, we were jumped by an Hirogen vessel who, naturally, was more interested in the kill than talk.
During the ensuing battle, decks five, seven, nine and twelve received extensive damage - some of which requiring emergency forcefields. Noting that the hunters were, naturally, ignoring the bait vessel, I hit upon the idea of using it to our advantage. After getting a link to its computer, I took total control of it and began to menuever it as near to the attacking vessel as I could. Imagine my surprise when a second Hirogen joined the party. Altering the ship's trajectory a little, we waited until both enemy vessels were well within the blast radius, at which point I set the bait ship's core to breach. The enemy survived, but limped away to lick their wounds.
Post battle evaluation of the ship finds several EPS conduits blown and in need of replacing. Many damaged bulkheads an power fluctuations, particularly on deck nine. Repair crews dispatched to begin initial work. Preliminary estimates or repair: five days.
will advise as repairs complete.