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<h3>Mission Summary</h3>
 
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Upon arriving at Karakka, The Montreal’s Commanding Officer, Commander Mei’konda immediately ordered a scan of the planetary system, as well as contacting the planetary government. Stressing to his crew the importance of the mission, as well as how dangerous Lenik would be when cornered, he kicked off a flurry of activity.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/KY8Ue8fLefg ''CDR Mei’konda - Wounded Animal'']</ref>. Immediately, the Chief Science Officer, Lieutenant German Galven, detected some suspicious activity among the mountain peaks of Karakka<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/OqmSduljQJc ''Lieutenant German Galven - Houston, We Already Have a Problem'']</ref>, and the Chief Helmswoman, Lieutenant Junior Grade Tiria Hamasaki noted that the two Klingon warbirds were on an unusual state of alert but had not challenged the Montreal upon arrival.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/IRC5-agY3U8 ''Lieutenant Junior Grade Tiria Hamasaki - When every shadow contains a possibility of danger'']</ref>. They had just entered geosynchronous orbit, when weather satellites nearby exploded. Scanning revealed they had been embedded with antimatter mines to become crude bombs. Thankfully, due to the rapid actions of the Chief of Security, the ship took far less damage than was intended. <ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/A-lJzHaOaw8 ''Cmdr. Tal Tel-ar - Someone is getting sneaky.'']</ref>. In addition to this unpleasant surprise, there was still no contact from the surface. A possible explanation was found when Hamasaki dove into the automatic downloads to try and find a cause - and found that there had been a string of security incidents, and a coded alert being broadcast until a day before the Montreal's arrival.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/XS477X5aETc ''Lt JG Tiria Hamasaki - In Chaos, All Hands Turn Against You'']</ref>. To investigate the surface, Commander Mei'konda dispatched an away team lead by Lieutenant Commander Rosek<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/Gz1TcJ49QOU ''Commander Mei'konda - Unpleasant Surprise Pt. 2'']</ref>
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Upon arriving at Karakka, The ''Montreal''’s Commanding Officer, Commander Mei’konda immediately ordered a scan of the planetary system, as well as contacting the planetary government. Stressing to his crew the importance of the mission, as well as how dangerous Lenik would be when cornered, he kicked off a flurry of activity.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/KY8Ue8fLefg ''CDR Mei’konda - Wounded Animal'']</ref>. Immediately, the Chief Science Officer, Lieutenant German Galven, detected some suspicious activity among the mountain peaks of Karakka<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/OqmSduljQJc ''Lieutenant German Galven - Houston, We Already Have a Problem'']</ref>, and the Chief Helmswoman, Lieutenant Junior Grade Tiria Hamasaki noted that the two Klingon warbirds were on an unusual state of alert but had not challenged the ''Montreal'' upon arrival.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/IRC5-agY3U8 ''Lieutenant Junior Grade Tiria Hamasaki - When every shadow contains a possibility of danger'']</ref>. They had just entered geosynchronous orbit, when weather satellites nearby exploded. Scanning revealed they had been embedded with antimatter mines to become crude bombs. Thankfully, due to the rapid actions of the Chief of Security, the ship took far less damage than was intended. <ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/A-lJzHaOaw8 ''Cmdr. Tal Tel-ar - Someone is getting sneaky.'']</ref>. In addition to this unpleasant surprise, there was still no contact from the surface. A possible explanation was found when Hamasaki dove into the automatic downloads to try and find a cause - and found that there had been a string of security incidents, and a coded alert being broadcast until a day before the ''Montreal'''s arrival.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/XS477X5aETc ''Lt JG Tiria Hamasaki - In Chaos, All Hands Turn Against You'']</ref>. To investigate the surface, Commander Mei'konda dispatched an away team lead by Lieutenant Commander Rosek<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/Gz1TcJ49QOU ''Commander Mei'konda - Unpleasant Surprise Pt. 2'']</ref>
  
 
With the damage to the ship, Chief Engineering Officer Jacob Harkrow started dispatching teams to repair the shield emitters while casualties began to reach Sickbay. It was about this time that the new Medical Officer, Ensign Shelia Bailey, discovered that the floor was slippery, while Harkrow discovered traces of mucilage in the jeffries' tube<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/Xoonc71Yt9Q ''Lieutenant Jacob Harkrow - Mucilage? On My Starship?]</ref>. It was discovered that it could have potentially been an experiment of Lieutenant German Galven.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/PcPjWbcmgX4 ''Lieutenant German Galven - A Slippery Situation'']</ref>. During this investigation, the away team, comprising of Crewman First Class Astrim Dito, Lieutenant Junior Grade Stennin, Lieutenant Commander Lael Rosek, Lieutenant Junior Grade Kawakame Shin, Ensign Miko Sirk and Crewman Second Class Muvyn Padix took a shuttle to the surface due to interference that made transporter use risky.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/46jYR6dbkfM ''Lieutenant Commander Lael Rosek: Now's Not Really The Time'']</ref>. During the shuttle's descent, Lieutenant Galven detected the crash site of the Miran's Tifar, and relayed it to the shuttle <ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/IyLxNM_6UWo ''Lieutenant German Galven - Clear As Day'']</ref>, and the away team swung to investigate it. What they did not know, is that it was a trap set by Lenik, who had dispatched a shuttle<ref group="footnotes">Somehow, the Montreal's scanners failed to pick this up, as well as most of the conversations. This was most likely due to damage to the sensors.</ref> with Rilaw in command<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/D8MBlpYAHTQ ''Lenik of Vulcan - Initiate the Plan'']</ref>
 
With the damage to the ship, Chief Engineering Officer Jacob Harkrow started dispatching teams to repair the shield emitters while casualties began to reach Sickbay. It was about this time that the new Medical Officer, Ensign Shelia Bailey, discovered that the floor was slippery, while Harkrow discovered traces of mucilage in the jeffries' tube<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/Xoonc71Yt9Q ''Lieutenant Jacob Harkrow - Mucilage? On My Starship?]</ref>. It was discovered that it could have potentially been an experiment of Lieutenant German Galven.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/PcPjWbcmgX4 ''Lieutenant German Galven - A Slippery Situation'']</ref>. During this investigation, the away team, comprising of Crewman First Class Astrim Dito, Lieutenant Junior Grade Stennin, Lieutenant Commander Lael Rosek, Lieutenant Junior Grade Kawakame Shin, Ensign Miko Sirk and Crewman Second Class Muvyn Padix took a shuttle to the surface due to interference that made transporter use risky.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/46jYR6dbkfM ''Lieutenant Commander Lael Rosek: Now's Not Really The Time'']</ref>. During the shuttle's descent, Lieutenant Galven detected the crash site of the Miran's Tifar, and relayed it to the shuttle <ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/IyLxNM_6UWo ''Lieutenant German Galven - Clear As Day'']</ref>, and the away team swung to investigate it. What they did not know, is that it was a trap set by Lenik, who had dispatched a shuttle<ref group="footnotes">Somehow, the Montreal's scanners failed to pick this up, as well as most of the conversations. This was most likely due to damage to the sensors.</ref> with Rilaw in command<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/D8MBlpYAHTQ ''Lenik of Vulcan - Initiate the Plan'']</ref>
  
The ambush was successful, and after a brief fight, Lieutenant Commander Rosek was ambushed when the team was split up, and the ambushing party beamed up to their shuttle<ref group="footnotes">How the terrorist communications and transporter were working and the Montreal's were not suggests either a new kind of jammer, or that they were just extraordinary lucky or it had a specific moment of usability. SCE is still investigating these reports.</ref><ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/YzjRlsoYFGA ''Colonel Rilaw - Stalking Her Prey'']</ref>. During this, the ship discovered a tightbeam communication that was aimed at the asteroid field within the system. At about this time, the Montreal was no longer able to detect Rosek's life signs, and the Commander ordered full scans and contact, only to discover the jamming again.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/T_ObXK-LcCo ''Commander Mei'konda - Bad Timing, Pt. 2'']</ref> The away team, still unaware of Rosek's abduction, was investigating the crater, only to find a Ferengi scavenger<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/2SuSDm6EmnI ''Lieutenant Miko Sirk - An Exchanging Of Words'']</ref>, who they began to interrogate. Due to the abundance of tetryon radiation, the away team supposed it could have been that rather than jamming.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/3txz-T0X0_k ''Lieutenant Riley Delar: The Puzzle']</ref>.  
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The ambush was successful, and after a brief fight, Lieutenant Commander Rosek was ambushed when the team was split up, and the ambushing party beamed up to their shuttle<ref group="footnotes">How the terrorist communications and transporter were working and the ''Montreal'''s were not suggests either a new kind of jammer, or that they were just extraordinary lucky or it had a specific moment of usability. SCE is still investigating these reports.</ref><ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/YzjRlsoYFGA ''Colonel Rilaw - Stalking Her Prey'']</ref>. During this, the ship discovered a tightbeam communication that was aimed at the asteroid field within the system. At about this time, the Montreal was no longer able to detect Rosek's life signs, and the Commander ordered full scans and contact, only to discover the jamming again.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/T_ObXK-LcCo ''Commander Mei'konda - Bad Timing, Pt. 2'']</ref> The away team, still unaware of Rosek's abduction, was investigating the crater, only to find a Ferengi scavenger<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/2SuSDm6EmnI ''Lieutenant Miko Sirk - An Exchanging Of Words'']</ref>, who they began to interrogate. Due to the abundance of tetryon radiation, the away team supposed it could have been that rather than jamming.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/3txz-T0X0_k ''Lieutenant Riley Delar: The Puzzle']</ref>.  
  
During this, the investigation into the source of the mucilage continued. Eventually, they found an organism and were attempting to investigate it. Upon hearing Lieutenant Galven's voice, it ran away, towards Sickbay.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/V60jLxJwvxI ''Lieutenant Jacob "Cob" Harkrow - Exofauna in the Mist]</ref>. It was at this time the Montreal detected the shuttle containing Rosek running for the asteroid field, and while they immediately pursued, notifying the away team that they were on their own for the time being, they were unable to intercept before it reached the Belfast, the freighter that Lenik had hijacked. His demands were for a slipstream capable vessel to meet them just outside the Shoals, and he had taken hostages in order to get his demands fulfilled<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/wGbaYDwlXr8 ''Commander Mei'konda - Pursuit Course, Pt. 2'']</ref>. Meanwhile, in Sickbay, Doctor Solok, Lieutenant Harkrow and Ensign Sotak had converged to start investigating the unknown organism onboard the ship, with Lieutenant Harkrow attempting some linquistics to see they could communicate while Doctor Solok and Ensign Bailey examined the medical data in parallel approaches to investigating what the unknown organism was <ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/ZMQoEqXbl48 ''Dr. Solok -- It or Him or Her or They or...]</ref> while the bridge faced the unpleasant reality that they may have to kill the hostages and their first officer in order to safeguard the galaxy against the harm giving Lenik a slipstream capable ship could cause.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/YRwtRj-XZGI ''Commander Mei'konda - The Needs of the Many'']</ref>
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During this, the investigation into the source of the mucilage continued. Eventually, they found an organism and were attempting to investigate it. Upon hearing Lieutenant Galven's voice, it ran away, towards Sickbay.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/V60jLxJwvxI ''Lieutenant Jacob "Cob" Harkrow - Exofauna in the Mist]</ref>. It was at this time the ''Montreal'' detected the shuttle containing Rosek running for the asteroid field, and while they immediately pursued, notifying the away team that they were on their own for the time being, they were unable to intercept before it reached the Belfast, the freighter that Lenik had hijacked. His demands were for a slipstream capable vessel to meet them just outside the Shoals, and he had taken hostages in order to get his demands fulfilled<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/wGbaYDwlXr8 ''Commander Mei'konda - Pursuit Course, Pt. 2'']</ref>.  
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Meanwhile, in Sickbay, Doctor Solok, Lieutenant Harkrow and Ensign Sotak had converged to start investigating the unknown organism onboard the ship, with Lieutenant Harkrow attempting some linquistics to see they could communicate while Doctor Solok and Ensign Bailey examined the medical data in parallel approaches to investigating what the unknown organism was <ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/ZMQoEqXbl48 ''Dr. Solok -- It or Him or Her or They or...]</ref> while the bridge faced the unpleasant reality that they may have to kill the hostages and their first officer in order to safeguard the galaxy against the harm giving Lenik a slipstream capable ship could cause.<ref>[https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sb118-montreal/YRwtRj-XZGI ''Commander Mei'konda - The Needs of the Many'']</ref>. Onboard the ''Belfast'', Rilaw was threatening torture..
  
  

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Wounded Animals

  • Stardate 239604 - 2396??

Teaser

Having chased Lenik all the way from Meridian to Karakka, the USS Montreal seeks to find him and bring him to justice for his terrorist attacks, but a wounded animal is most dangerous when cornered...

Mission Summary

Upon arriving at Karakka, The Montreal’s Commanding Officer, Commander Mei’konda immediately ordered a scan of the planetary system, as well as contacting the planetary government. Stressing to his crew the importance of the mission, as well as how dangerous Lenik would be when cornered, he kicked off a flurry of activity.[1]. Immediately, the Chief Science Officer, Lieutenant German Galven, detected some suspicious activity among the mountain peaks of Karakka[2], and the Chief Helmswoman, Lieutenant Junior Grade Tiria Hamasaki noted that the two Klingon warbirds were on an unusual state of alert but had not challenged the Montreal upon arrival.[3]. They had just entered geosynchronous orbit, when weather satellites nearby exploded. Scanning revealed they had been embedded with antimatter mines to become crude bombs. Thankfully, due to the rapid actions of the Chief of Security, the ship took far less damage than was intended. [4]. In addition to this unpleasant surprise, there was still no contact from the surface. A possible explanation was found when Hamasaki dove into the automatic downloads to try and find a cause - and found that there had been a string of security incidents, and a coded alert being broadcast until a day before the Montreal's arrival.[5]. To investigate the surface, Commander Mei'konda dispatched an away team lead by Lieutenant Commander Rosek[6]

With the damage to the ship, Chief Engineering Officer Jacob Harkrow started dispatching teams to repair the shield emitters while casualties began to reach Sickbay. It was about this time that the new Medical Officer, Ensign Shelia Bailey, discovered that the floor was slippery, while Harkrow discovered traces of mucilage in the jeffries' tube[7]. It was discovered that it could have potentially been an experiment of Lieutenant German Galven.[8]. During this investigation, the away team, comprising of Crewman First Class Astrim Dito, Lieutenant Junior Grade Stennin, Lieutenant Commander Lael Rosek, Lieutenant Junior Grade Kawakame Shin, Ensign Miko Sirk and Crewman Second Class Muvyn Padix took a shuttle to the surface due to interference that made transporter use risky.[9]. During the shuttle's descent, Lieutenant Galven detected the crash site of the Miran's Tifar, and relayed it to the shuttle [10], and the away team swung to investigate it. What they did not know, is that it was a trap set by Lenik, who had dispatched a shuttle[footnotes 1] with Rilaw in command[11]

The ambush was successful, and after a brief fight, Lieutenant Commander Rosek was ambushed when the team was split up, and the ambushing party beamed up to their shuttle[footnotes 2][12]. During this, the ship discovered a tightbeam communication that was aimed at the asteroid field within the system. At about this time, the Montreal was no longer able to detect Rosek's life signs, and the Commander ordered full scans and contact, only to discover the jamming again.[13] The away team, still unaware of Rosek's abduction, was investigating the crater, only to find a Ferengi scavenger[14], who they began to interrogate. Due to the abundance of tetryon radiation, the away team supposed it could have been that rather than jamming.[15].

During this, the investigation into the source of the mucilage continued. Eventually, they found an organism and were attempting to investigate it. Upon hearing Lieutenant Galven's voice, it ran away, towards Sickbay.[16]. It was at this time the Montreal detected the shuttle containing Rosek running for the asteroid field, and while they immediately pursued, notifying the away team that they were on their own for the time being, they were unable to intercept before it reached the Belfast, the freighter that Lenik had hijacked. His demands were for a slipstream capable vessel to meet them just outside the Shoals, and he had taken hostages in order to get his demands fulfilled[17].

Meanwhile, in Sickbay, Doctor Solok, Lieutenant Harkrow and Ensign Sotak had converged to start investigating the unknown organism onboard the ship, with Lieutenant Harkrow attempting some linquistics to see they could communicate while Doctor Solok and Ensign Bailey examined the medical data in parallel approaches to investigating what the unknown organism was [18] while the bridge faced the unpleasant reality that they may have to kill the hostages and their first officer in order to safeguard the galaxy against the harm giving Lenik a slipstream capable ship could cause.[19]. Onboard the Belfast, Rilaw was threatening torture..


Crew:

MSNPCs

  • Lenik - A extremist of the Reya-Laialara
  • Rilaw - A Klingon working with Lenik
  • General Eth'ek - Klingon general in charge of the Klingon warbirds

Notes

  1. Somehow, the Montreal's scanners failed to pick this up, as well as most of the conversations. This was most likely due to damage to the sensors.
  2. How the terrorist communications and transporter were working and the Montreal's were not suggests either a new kind of jammer, or that they were just extraordinary lucky or it had a specific moment of usability. SCE is still investigating these reports.

References