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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:38 pm

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[Sickbay]

"On it." The Doctor commented back hoping off of the biobed he grabbed exactly what Zero asked for and handed it to her. "Sorry Doc, duty calls. What else can I do ma'am?"

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Her eyelids drew closed and her body stiffened. A tear formed and made its way down her cheek. As pain from every part of her body rushed in and she found herself unable to scream, she began to remember how each injury had been sustained and simply wished to return home.

[Sickbay]

Grabbing the hypo, Zero injected Jiseth with a minute dose, knowing that too much could put serious strain on her body while it was in such a weakened condition. It had been just enough to reinforce that heartbeat. That was important.

"Dermal regenerator. Begin closing those wounds," she instructed the medic beside her, grabbing another hypo from the tray she had prepared and injecting an analgesic into the Romulan's system. "Jiseth?" she asked, her voice soft as she reached forward to wipe a tear from her cheek. "Jiseth, can you hear me?"

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 4:56 pm

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"Jiseth?" she asked, her voice soft as she reached forward to wipe a tear from her cheek.  "Jiseth, can you hear me?"

[Sickbay]

When her body went numb, the Romulan's eyes shot open. There was terror in them. It took several moments to realize that it was from a hypo and not her finally on the edge of passing away. It was not her time yet. It could not be.

Then came a strange pressure on her face. She turned her head toward it and found some resistance. Her eyes danced around rapidly, the world still dark, but the center of her vision began to clear up ever so slightly. First there was just light. Then it dimmed slightly and with it came facial features. Zero's.

A faint "E'lev" escaped the Romulan's lips.
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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:02 pm

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[Sickbay]

Grabbing the hypo, Zero injected Jiseth with a minute dose, knowing that too much could put serious strain on her body while it was in such a weakened condition.  It had been just enough to reinforce that heartbeat.  That was important.

"Dermal regenerator.  Begin closing those wounds," she instructed the medic beside her, grabbing another hypo from the tray she had prepared and injecting an analgesic into the Romulan's system.  "Jiseth?" she asked, her voice soft as she reached forward to wipe a tear from her cheek.  "Jiseth, can you hear me?"

[Sickbay]

"Got it!" Despite his years of medical school he didn't want to overstep bounds. Despite knowing what he was doing he just followed orders doing exactly what the CMO asked.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:32 pm

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[Sickbay]

When her body went numb, the Romulan's eyes shot open. There was terror in them. It took several moments to realize that it was from a hypo and not her finally on the edge of passing away. It was not her time yet. It could not be.

Then came a strange pressure on her face. She turned her head toward it and found some resistance. Her eyes danced around rapidly, the world still dark, but the center of her vision began to clear up ever so slightly. First there was just light. Then it dimmed slightly and with it came facial features. Zero's.

A faint "E'lev" escaped the Romulan's lips.

[Sickbay]

"Shh," Zero murmured, "it is ok. It is going to be ok. You are safe now." She cast an eye at the vital readouts, relieved to see that they were stable, if not at the levels she would like to have seen. They were adequate.

She glanced at Williams, making sure that he was doing his assigned task properly. There was nothing she as more territorial over than her girlfriend.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 5:55 pm

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[Sickbay]

"Shh," Zero murmured, "it is ok.  It is going to be ok.  You are safe now."  She cast an eye at the vital readouts, relieved to see that they were stable, if not at the levels she would like to have seen.  They were adequate.  

She glanced at Williams, making sure that he was doing his assigned task properly.  There was nothing she as more territorial over than her girlfriend.

[Sickbay]

Robert was a gifted Doctor and finished his task quickly and efficiently. "How else can I help, ma'am?" His voice had a soft but kind tone to it. His was clearly passionate about the preservation of life. "She should be okay, if you need I can leave so that you two may have some alone time?"
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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 6:10 pm

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[Sickbay]

Robert was a gifted Doctor and finished his task quickly and efficiently. "How else can I help, ma'am?" His voice had a soft but kind tone to it. His was clearly passionate about the preservation of life. "She should be okay, if you need I can leave so that you two may have some alone time?"

[Sickbay]

Zero turned to the medic with a furious expression on her face. He believed that they were finished? He had much to learn. She hadn't even run a full scan on the Romulan yet and he thought that she was going to be ok.

"Mr Williams, if you believe that we have finished here, you may as well return to medical school so that they may see the mistakes they have made in your training!" she snarled. "Now that we have finished with the obvious injuries and stabilised her condition, we go about treating the rest of her injuries."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 7:38 pm

[Bridge]

Gabriel gripped the arms of his chair, trying his best not to jump up out of the chair. An XO should project calm at all times, mastery of the situation, he thought. Ah, the hell with that. Standing up and moving over closer to the center station, he stared hard at the screen. "Conn, confirm destruction of that vessel." Gabe was a little surprised at how steady his voice was. Taking a breath, he moved back over to the chair.

=^="Bridge to Sickbay, did she make it there?"=^=

He knew he didn't have to say who the 'she' was...and he also knew that, whatever concern he was feeling for his friend...it must be magnified a hundredfold for Zero.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Wed Oct 15, 2014 10:41 pm

Zero Alpha wrote:


[Sickbay]

Zero turned to the medic with a furious expression on her face.  He believed that they were finished?  He had much to learn.  She hadn't even run a full scan on the Romulan yet and he thought that she was going to be ok.

"Mr Williams, if you believe that we have finished here, you may as well return to medical school so that they may see the mistakes they have made in your training!" she snarled.  "Now that we have finished with the obvious injuries and stabilised her condition, we go about treating the rest of her injuries."

"Few thing, I was helping. I knew the treatment wasn't done, but I noticed that you were uncomfortable with me around her. But if you just want to be rude finish the treatment yourself. I'll report to who ever the chief of science is. After all that's why I'm here. Work on your people skills." The Doctors English accent was clear as he snarled back. Robert was slow to anger but this woman had set him off. "I know I am finished, and it's because of you."


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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 12:31 am

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[Bridge]

Well, apparently the all hell was about to break loose on the bridge, her first taste of a crisis situation as Captain of the vessel.  Archangel's mind laid out several pieces of information for her in rapid succession.  It was a Romulan shuttle, carrying her wayward Chief Flight Officer, and it was in danger of blowing up.

"Can someone get a transporter lock on Jiseth and get her out of there?" she barked out, turning to look at the officers at Ops and tactical.  "I know we'll have to drop shields to get her out of there, so you guys had better be fast at getting them back up again before it blows!"

[Bridge]

"Ensign, drop shields and prepare to raise them again on my mark." Derek instructed while hurriedly inputting parameters into the biomolecular targeting scanners. Transporting while at warp speed was difficult under even the most optimal conditions, and this certainly wasn't one of those cases. Even after confirming the lock and initiating transport, Derek wasn't sure if he had gotten all of her in one piece.

"Transport complete, raise shields now." He directed as soon as the confirmation light flickered on. "I sent her directly to sickbay, Ma'am, although I can't confirm in what condition or physical state."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 3:38 am

Robert Williams wrote:

"Few thing, I was helping. I knew the treatment wasn't done, but I noticed that you were uncomfortable with me around her. But if you just want to be rude finish the treatment yourself. I'll report to who ever the chief of science is. After all that's why I'm here. Work on your people skills." The Doctors English accent was clear as he snarled back. Robert was slow to anger but this woman had set him off. "I know I am finished, and it's because of you."

[Sickbay]

Unsurprisingly, Zero was completely unfazed by this outburst.  In fact, she was used to them.  She was still, very slowly, learning about socialisation and emotional control, but at that point, she was far more concerned with Jiseth's state.

"As you wish.  You are fortunate that you are not in my department," she stated, not looking up from the scan she had started to run on the Romulan.  "Abols, I require your assistance."

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"Alpha reporting. Jiseth is in sickbay, although her condition is critical. We are providing care."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 3:49 am

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[Bridge]

"Ensign, drop shields and prepare to raise them again on my mark." Derek instructed while hurriedly inputting parameters into the biomolecular targeting scanners. Transporting while at warp speed was difficult under even the most optimal conditions, and this certainly wasn't one of those cases. Even after confirming the lock and initiating transport, Derek wasn't sure if he had gotten all of her in one piece.

"Transport complete, raise shields now." He directed as soon as the confirmation light flickered on. "I sent her directly to sickbay, Ma'am, although I can't confirm in what condition or physical state."

[Bridge]

Archangel let out a queit sigh of relief as she heard that Jiseth had been safely beamed aboard the Phoenix from her shuttle. She had no idea what 'critical condition' entailed, but she wasn't about to ask Zero about it on an open channel.

Instead, she turned to the helmsman, nodding to him. "Thank you. Please resume course to Daeus III."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 4:27 am

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[Sickbay]

Unsurprisingly, Zero was completely unfazed by this outburst.  In fact, she was used to them.  She was still, very slowly, learning about socialisation and emotional control, but at that point, she was far more concerned with Jiseth's state.

"As you wish.  You are fortunate that you are not in my department," she stated, not looking up from the scan she had started to run on the Romulan.  "Abols, I require your assistance."



"Alpha reporting.  Jiseth is in sickbay, although her condition is critical.  We are providing care."

"And to think I was more than willing to help you. All I wanted was an apology for calling me inadaquit. But no, you think I'm afraid of you. I have news for you, I'm not." The Doctor suddenly turned and left.

Moments passed and the thought of abandoning a patient began to ware on him. He was a Doctor, and politics can wait. He had work to do. Re-entering the Sickbay he spoke once more. "If you have problems with me, take it up with me later. Right now, we have work to do. Show respect and I promise she'll recieve the best care in the galaxy. You can hate me if you'd like. But I'm needed here." No one got between him and saving lives. No matter how much he despised them.
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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 6:36 am

Zero Alpha wrote:
"Alpha reporting.  Jiseth is in sickbay, although her condition is critical.  We are providing care."

[Bridge]

=^="Thanks, Zero. Arthur out."=^=

With the Augment's reassurance, Gabriel let out a breath that he'd been holding. Jiseth was far from out of any woods yet, but...at least she was in Sickbay. And with one of the most knowledgeable doctors Gabe had ever met. Still, it was a highly unenviable spot that Zero was now in. He'd seen his own wife gravely injured before, and had sat by her side for days on end. He couldn't imagine, though, having to be the one charged with actually performing life-saving work on her.

Restlessly, he got up from the secondary seat again, and moved toward the center consoles. "Damn fine work, Chief," he quietly praised Black, with a quick touch on the shoulder. Gabriel had instantly liked this man when they'd met, and he was glad to see it wasn't just because he'd been an enlisted man himself, for a time.

Gabriel settled back in the chair, suppressing a sigh, because that was something else a First Officer probably shouldn't do. His people knew their jobs. There was nothing more he could do, not for Jiseth, at least. Turning to his wife, Gabriel gave her a quick and reassuring smile.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 6:44 am

Robert Williams wrote:

"And to think I was more than willing to help you. All I wanted was an apology for calling me inadaquit. But no, you think I'm afraid of you. I have news for you, I'm not." The Doctor suddenly turned and left.

Moments passed and the thought of abandoning a patient began to ware on him. He was a Doctor, and politics can wait. He had work to do. Re-entering the Sickbay he spoke once more. "If you have problems with me, take it up with me later. Right now, we have work to do. Show respect and I promise she'll recieve the best care in the galaxy. You can hate me if you'd like. But I'm needed here." No one got between him and saving lives. No matter how much he despised them.

[Sickbay]

Zero's pale eyes flicked away from her readings for only the briefest of moments as Williams strode back into her sickbay. She couldn't care less if he was there or not. If no one would assist her, she would care for Jiseth on her own. Her eyes narrowed, however, as the young officer decided to open his big mouth again.

"Ensign, I do not care what your considerations of me are. If you will not perform your duty to the best of your ability no matter the circumstances, then you are worse than useless to me!" Snatching up a tricorder, she moved in to get a better scan of Jiseth's lower spine.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:24 am

[Sickbay]

The unbearable heat she had been feeling, even through the numbness, subsided quickly. Too quickly. Jiseth found herself with chills and a different sensation of numb took hold of her legs as if they had just disappeared off her body. She had not noticed the ringing fade away, but was alert for hearing Zero's voice more clearly.

From what she gathered laying there, two words stood out: "stable" and "critical". Like finding one's balance on a tightrope. High above a shark infested tank of water. The surface of which is on fire. With observing the other officer's discussion with Zero, she could tell her lover still ran sickbay her way which was just fine. The Augment had performed medical miracles in the past. The broken-bodied Romulan felt in good hands, albeit impatient with her current state: helpless. She hated that.

"How... How bad?"

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:32 am

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[Airponics Bay]

Chira frowned a little, realizing that she should have known that the language barrier on colloquial names was often quite high.  "Er...they're not actually spiders, and thank the Great Bird for that," she said, suppressing a little shiver.  "They just have long, spindly fronds that look like a spider's legs, ergo..." she added, shrugging.  "I think it'll survive more than a few funny looks."

She was about to suggest the pair go get a cup of something when her commbadge chirped.  She hit it twice to acknowledge the page, her expression turning more serious.  "That's a medical alert.  I guess we'd better haul it to Sickbay, doc."

"Ah, see, that makes much more sense," Thelos's tone was normal and easygoing until the combadge chirped. His professional voice returned immediately. Whatever it was, it wouldn't do to dwaddle. "You're right," he said evenly. "Apologies for cutting this short," he added, before turning sharply on his heel and briskly left the bay, with what he assumed was the counselor in tow.

[Sickbay]

Immediately upon walking in, Thelos noted the Romulan lying on a biobed- one he'd never seen before. However, judging by the muted dialogue passing between the CMO and her, he assumed that Zero knew who she was, at least. He heard the key words 'critical' and 'shuttle accident' pass from between a few medics as he approached the white-haired CMO.

"Doctor th'Zhela here," he said, extremely briefly. He figured that Alpha would have orders for him and he knew she hated petty conversation.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:45 am

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[Sickbay]

The unbearable heat she had been feeling, even through the numbness, subsided quickly. Too quickly. Jiseth found herself with chills and a different sensation of numb took hold of her legs as if they had just disappeared off her body. She had not noticed the ringing fade away, but was alert for hearing Zero's voice more clearly.

From what she gathered laying there, two words stood out: "stable" and "critical". Like finding one's balance on a tightrope. High above a shark infested tank of water. The surface of which is on fire. With observing the other officer's discussion with Zero, she could tell her lover still ran sickbay her way which was just fine. The Augment had performed medical miracles in the past. The broken-bodied Romulan felt in good hands, albeit impatient with her current state: helpless. She hated that.

"How... How bad?"

[Sickbay]

Hearing Jiseth speak again, Zero's attention instantly snapped back to the Romulan lying prone on the biobed. It broke her heart to see an individual who was habitually so feisty and attacked the world with all of the enthusiasm of their canine companion lying there in such a critical condition.

She smoothed a stray lock of dark red hair from Jiseth's face, attempting a reassuring smile. "It is bad, e'lev, but we are working on it. We will make you better."

Thelos th'Zhela wrote:

Immediately upon walking in, Thelos noted the Romulan lying on a biobed- one he'd never seen before. However, judging by the muted dialogue passing between the CMO and her, he assumed that Zero knew who she was, at least. He heard the key words 'critical' and 'shuttle accident' pass from between a few medics as he approached the white-haired CMO.

"Doctor th'Zhela here," he said, extremely briefly. He figured that Alpha would have orders for him and he knew she hated petty conversation.

Looking up again, she found herself looking at the Andorian medic who was attached to her department. She nodded to him. "Jiseth will require major reconstructive surgery on the majority of the muscle structure on her right side. The hemorrhaging has been stopped, but we must be aware that it could restart."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 8:59 am

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[Sickbay]

Hearing Jiseth speak again, Zero's attention instantly snapped back to the Romulan lying prone on the biobed.  It broke her heart to see an individual who was habitually so feisty and attacked the world with all of the enthusiasm of their canine companion lying there in such a critical condition.

She smoothed a stray lock of dark red hair from Jiseth's face, attempting a reassuring smile.  "It is bad, e'lev, but we are working on it.  We will make you better."



Looking up again, she found herself looking at the Andorian medic who was attached to her department.  She nodded to him.  "Jiseth will require major reconstructive surgery on the majority of the muscle structure on her right side.  The hemorrhaging has been stopped, but we must be aware that it could restart."

What's he'd feared was apparently not even close. A hot, sharp breath exhaled through the Andorian's nose. Major reconstructive surgery was no easy task, even with experienced doctors.  "I see," he said, gears in his brain practically visibly turning. He was thinking aloud more than addressing anyone in particular. "Reconstruction of part of the nervous system as well," he muttered as he surveyed the damage.

"If we intend to operate as soon as possible, then both us and the patient will need to be prepped for surgery...."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 9:09 am

Thelos th'Zhela wrote:

What's he'd feared was apparently not even close. A hot, sharp breath exhaled through the Andorian's nose. Major reconstructive surgery was no easy task, even with experienced doctors.  "I see," he said, gears in his brain practically visibly turning. He was thinking aloud more than addressing anyone in particular. "Reconstruction of part of the nervous system as well," he muttered as he surveyed the damage.

"If we intend to operate as soon as possible, then both us and the patient will need to be prepped for surgery...."

[Sickbay]

Zero nodded curtly to Thelos, acknowledging his words. "There appears to be slight damage to the lower section of the spinal cord, but I believe that it is repairable with surgery."

With an expression of pained regret, she stepped back from the biobed. "We can begin with the muscular reconstruction, but the nervous system will have to be attempted once the patient is stronger. She has already lost too much blood to make such an intervention safe."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 9:17 am

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[Sickbay]

Zero nodded curtly to Thelos, acknowledging his words.  "There appears to be slight damage to the lower section of the spinal cord, but I believe that it is repairable with surgery."

With an expression of pained regret, she stepped back from the biobed.  "We can begin with the muscular reconstruction, but the nervous system will have to be attempted once the patient is stronger.  She has already lost too much blood to make such an intervention safe."

On that much, Thelos was in complete agreement. He supposed the Romulan owed it to her tough-as-nails physiology that she was alive at all. Injuries like that could easily kill a human....

Thelos was concerned. "Doctor, as I'm certain you are aware," he said as he quickly gathered a laser scalpel and another tool to help hold the incision open while the surgery was performed, "The Romulan heart is located on the right side of the body...." he trailed off, but his tone inferred what he meant. They would have to be incredibly careful not to damage the organ.

He quietly handed the laser scalpel to the other doctor, and prepared a hypospray for a general anesthetic to ensure a painless surgery for the patient and looked at Zero expectantly.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 9:45 am

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On that much, Thelos was in complete agreement. He supposed the Romulan owed it to her tough-as-nails physiology that she was alive at all. Injuries like that could easily kill a human....

Thelos was concerned. "Doctor, as I'm certain you are aware," he said as he quickly gathered a laser scalpel and another tool to help hold the incision open while the surgery was performed, "The Romulan heart is located on the right side of the body...." he trailed off, but his tone inferred what he meant. They would have to be incredibly careful not to damage the organ.

He quietly handed the laser scalpel to the other doctor, and prepared a hypospray for a general anesthetic to ensure a painless surgery for the patient and looked at Zero expectantly.

[Sickbay]

"I am very familiar with Romulan physiology, ensign, so I will thank you not to tell me things that I already know or we will waste time that we do not have," Zero snapped. She picked up a delta wave inducer, leaning over Jiseth.

"E'lev? I am going to put you under while we perform some deep reconstructive surgery. You will be fine, I promise." After placing a gentle kiss on her forehead, Zero put a delta wave inducer on her patient's temple and activated it. She stepped back a little, taking Jiseth's hand, waiting for the device to do its job.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 3:47 pm

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[Sickbay]

"I am very familiar with Romulan physiology, ensign, so I will thank you not to tell me things that I already know or we will waste time that we do not have," Zero snapped.  She picked up a delta wave inducer, leaning over Jiseth.

"E'lev?  I am going to put you under while we perform some deep reconstructive surgery.  You will be fine, I promise."  After placing a gentle kiss on her forehead, Zero put a delta wave inducer on her patient's temple and activated it.  She stepped back a little, taking Jiseth's hand, waiting for the device to do its job.

[Sickbay]

Observing he suddenly grinned. "You are too attached to do the surgery. Getting attached to a patient causes slip-ups, slip-up cause deaths, and when some you're attached to dies because a mistake you made you slip into depression. I've seen it happen to many times."

The Doctor slid on his lab coat and moved to the patient. He quickly checked his pockets to make sure he had all the equipments he might need. "Like I said, you have a problem with me, you can voice it after this. Until then not a word. I am to be treated like a the Doctor I am." His voice had absolutely no emotion at this point. He tried the kind approach, it didn't work. So now they were here.
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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 4:06 pm

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[Sickbay]

Observing he suddenly grinned. "You are too attached to do the surgery. Getting attached to a patient causes slip-ups, slip-up cause deaths, and when some you're attached to dies because a mistake you made you slip into depression. I've seen it happen to many times."

The Doctor slid on his lab coat and moved to the patient. He quickly checked his pockets to make sure he had all the equipments he might need. "Like I said, you have a problem with me, you can voice it after this. Until then not a word. I am to be treated like a the Doctor I am." His voice had absolutely no emotion at this point. He tried the kind approach, it didn't work. So now they were here.

[Sickbay]

Zero actually growled at Williams as he approached Jiseth again, her pale eyes narrowed as her metaphorical hackles rose.

"I may be attached to this patient, but I am also the Chief Medical Officer of this ship and qualified to perform this procedure. Many of the officers in this medical bay are doctors. Do not consider yourself above any of the others."

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 4:17 pm

[Bridge]

Archangel got up from the center seat as she watched Daeus III grow larger on the viewscreen, concern showing on her face. There was something not quite right going on. There were no ships approaching the planet, nothing even seemed to be amiss from this distance.

"Keep us far enough away to make a quick escape, helm, we don't know what we're going to come up against."

No sooner were the words out of her mouth than a strange, tingling sensation blanketed her and the bridge disappeared.



[Planetside]

The transport left her disorientated. She looked around, dropping into a defensive crouch. It looked as if her entire crew was there with her, in some sort of cavern.

Wherever they were, it definitely wasn't the Phoenix.

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PostSubject: Re: Mission 1: The Price of Kindness   Thu Oct 16, 2014 4:19 pm

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[Sickbay]

Zero actually growled at Williams as he approached Jiseth again, her pale eyes narrowed as her metaphorical hackles rose.  

"I may be attached to this patient, but I am also the Chief Medical Officer of this ship and qualified to perform this procedure.  Many of the officers in this medical bay are doctors.  Do not consider yourself above any of the others."

"I lost my wife because of something like this. For your own good, sit down and shut up. I'm not letting you go through that, if I had my way no one would go through that. Now I tried to be nice, I tried to be neutral. Neither worked. Don't make me be creul." The Doctor commented still having no emotion to his voice. "It's the one thing they don't teach you in medical school; the people you want to save the most are the hardest for you to save."

His face had shown no emotion the entire time he was speaking. "Let me do my damn job. Don't say another word. Distraction is bad in surgery."

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