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PostSubject: The Last Outpost    Fri May 17, 2013 7:10 pm

The water rippled, the tribal family hovering above it with alarming confusion. What would cause such a fatal reaction to something otherwise peaceful? Unless there was a tremendous amount of wind and rain, the river flowed in its own state of grace. The mother was the first to retreat. Six steps. Clicking her tongue, the daughter and son followed in her footsteps. The father ignored the demands, dropping to his bare knees to touch the water. Blue and clear for a fraction of a second. As he bent over, a shadow appeared, then a reflection. The sky, it was the sky. A large cloud in the sky... No, there was something else. The man lifted his head, squinting away sunlight to focus in on the white ship hovering among the clouds. Several more clicks of the tongue and the father spun, pushing his family along the path to the village. Tell all, spread the word. Spread the word to a village who has yet to create the wheel that a monster has invaded their heavens. And they ran, as fast as their legs could possibly take them. The ship was faster, dropping out of eyesight before the family even made half the distance to the village. But the ship was not something to be frighten of. Somewhere in the minds of the villagers, they knew that. Deep inside, where the knowledge of their future must rest.

Aboard the "monster" was a crew. A famous, well known crew and their captain. James McCoy wasn't worried about the indigenous colony below them. Even as he broke a law clearly stated in The Fleet's many booklets, he wasn't fazed in the slightest. Everything was fine. They saved a colony of Gwads living in the past without them even realizing it... Until the end when there was no way out but up. Fly away and forget, that's what Jim suggested. Which didn't go across easily with anyone else, but he was the captain. They followed the order and brought the ship up.

Jim leaned back in his chair, sitting squarely in the middle of The Bridge. He tossed his communicator in the air before snapping it back onto his wrist. "Set the coarse for Earth. No one file a report unless I read it first, you got that?" Jim said, waited a moment for a head nod from a few members of his crew, then jumped from the chair. "Good. Go into warp speed." The second the command crossed his lips, the Eviscerator was in motion, invisible to any floating astronaut or extremist, and maybe even every other ship they would cross paths with from The Fleet. Jim dropped back into his chair, placing a hand on his chin with his elbow resting on the chair's arm.

Within minutes, the Eviscerator was landing in a generally empty field. Directly across from the White House. Or where it used to be. It was 9674. There was no White House anymore. Jim cracked his knuckles with a whole-hearted laugh. "Off duty until notified." Jim called over his shoulder as he raced through the halls onto the loading pad. He waved his hand towards a random worker and the door was unlatched and opened. "Thanks," Jim yelled before jumping the steps and dragging on a leather jacket over his blue Fleet shirt. "Easy as that." He muttered, sighing as he stuffed his hands into his pockets, walking aimlessly away from the ship as citizens of the city gaped up at it. They were familiar with The Fleet, but seeing the Eviscerator was something new and entirely rare.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Fri May 17, 2013 7:30 pm

The moaning and groaning sounds of the TARDIS engines roared and echoed throughout the fields located around the building where Jim had just recently walked up; the blue box finally materializing on the side of the building moments later. The creaking doors shot open as The Doctor strode out with a huge grin on his face as his eyes gaped out to the gargantuan ship that loomed in the distance, The Eviscerator. "Oh! You're even more beautiful in person!" The Doctor proclaimed, stepping fully out of his TARDIS, shutting the door behind him and striding up towards the ship and the large crowds at looked at it in awe. His brown trench coat billowed in the breeze behind him as he stepped out and onto the grass then finally the finally polished steps of the building. The only thing better that would make this an even better experience would be having someone to share it with, The Doctor thought to himself before his eyes caught the sight of the crew exiting the ship through the ramp and proceeded toward the crowds of people, who's cheers quickly became more prominent and louder, "The best crew in the galaxy..well..them and the Norcaughtens..but still. Defeated thousands of enemies, protected Earth from the invasion of 1019 and the 59th. Brilliant, just brilliant" he mumbled mostly to himself. A man passing by caught some of the words The Doctor mumbled out and gave him an odd look, "Oh..sorry. Don't mind me..i..i usually have someone with me. Don't..don't go telling people i talk to myself, i've got a reputation to uphold" The Doctor called out to him; the man shook his head with a chuckle.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Fri May 17, 2013 7:37 pm

To Medwyn this particular Mission was more like shore leave.
She liked investigation work - Even if it led her to the year 9674.
According to her records there had been a major temporal disturbance within this era, about which she was the one to find out more.
The disturbance itself already had been happening some months ago.
Medwyn herself had decided to study the effects themselfes before traveling to the course.
From the perspective of a causality specialist from the agency this indeed was a logical decision, for she needed to know about the possibly following events to prevent acausing alternate time lines without knowing.
As she walked through the city she watched a starship landing.
It was quite a pretty sight. She actually never spent too much time aboard starships herself, since she usually traveled by Vortex Manipulator, so it was even more of a special sight for her.
So much technological progress had been achieved, but yet humanity still held such a great spirit for pioneering.
It was almost romantic
- except that Medwyn had rare sense for romanticism at all.
Clearing her throat she decided to get back to work again, as she suddenly - while turning around - undesignedly ran into two men - Immediately recognizing one of them as The Doctor.
"Oh, I'm very sorry."
She quickly said, doing a polite hailing bow, and looking at both of them.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Fri May 17, 2013 7:42 pm

Jim dragged up the zipper of his jacket, attempting to shield most of his Fleet shirt. A crew member had trailed up behind him, tapping his shoulder as he handed Jim a small electronically chip. Sighing, Jim nodded, pocketed it and stopped walking, glancing back at the the Eviscerator, then at the man staring at it with awe. He glanced down at the trench coat, raising an eyebrow with a chuckle. "Yeah, she's a beauty." Jim muttered, nodding to the ship he had just gotten off of from a year long journey. He pulled his hood up, not entirely appreciating the idea of being spotted. He just wanted a drink, but was risking the chance of his attention being drastically veered off course with a conversation. More members of the crew passed, this time taking the hint of Jim not wanting to noticed. He tugged the zipper up further, squinting at the Eviscerator for a brief moment before turning back around to face the bar. "Maybe the captain will let you do a test drive around the moon if you're lucky." He added, amused at his own comment as he stepped into the bar, finally giving up on small talk and the much too excited crowd as they crowded the rest of the crew.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Fri May 17, 2013 7:47 pm

The Doctor glanced over at the hooded man with a smirk then peered back out at the ship that loomed in the distance, "And i suppose that would be after i buy the captain some time away from the crowd by not telling them the captain is standing next to me and pay for a drink" he joked, fully knowing who the man truly was despite the hood. "You're a world renounced..well..universe renounced star ship captain..it's kind of hard finding who you are. It's like me trying to hide my ship". The Doctor added with a chuckle before turning away from the sight of the crowd and the ship and over to the building behind him, "Come on. I'll buy you a drink" he said with a smile as he placed his hands nonchalantly into his pockets and began to stride up the steps of the building, his attention gazing over to Medwyn for a moment as he nodded to her then turned his attention back to McCoy.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Fri May 17, 2013 7:47 pm

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Swearing under her breath in fluent french, Sonya blinked in the total darkness in front of her. She was thinking of something other than a place to go when she stepped through the door, not realizing she had unwittingly created the connection needed to make the wormhole for her to step through and found herself locked into a small, cramped space. Complete with several unidentifiable objects poking and falling against her each time she moved. Reaching her hands out, she felt blindly along the walls until she found the door she had stepped through and shut without realizing what she had done. Frowning slightly, she twisted the handle slowly and peered around the corner, her eyes catching sight of several things at once. First thing being several people walking in her direction, the second being the surroundings seemed to have a metal tone, as if everything around her was built with saving space in mind. Ship she finally thought to herself in mute surprise. I landed on a ship in god knows where. Shutting the door quickly, she pressed her back against the wall and held her breath, hoping no one in the group of people headed towards the door had seen her peek out.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Fri May 17, 2013 7:55 pm

Medwyn looked at the Doctor.
"Interesting pal, you have here." She said with a hidden little smirk, as she put her hands into the pockets of her coat and again took a look at the starship.
"Just to make it short. I guess you're here for the curiosity, ain't you, Doctor?
Or are you currently... Investigating something particular as well?"

She looked at him for a second.
She was starting to take the fact that she met him (and loads of other Time Lords) wherever she went as usual part of her life.
She neither felt positive or negative about this, and she even slowly began to give up trying to find out the reason for this.
She however never got tired of 'discovering' new societies.
"...I assume the best place to enjoy this lovely society and environment would be within a centre of cultural exchange..."
She pointed at the bar, which the other man already had entered.
Medwyn and the Doctor were currently right behind him.
"So, what's been happening since our last meeting? Hope you and your TARDIS are alright. Who's your new companion?"
She pointed at the other man (Jim) who appeared not to have recognized Medwyn yet.
With a weak smirk she entered the rather dark but very comfortable bar and took a long look around gathering impressions of this era and it's inhabitants.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 1:52 pm

Jim shook his head at the man's comment, and the woman's as well, dragging his hood down after finding a stool. He rested his elbows on the counter, running his hands through his hair as he sighed. The break wouldn't be very long, but it was enough time to get trashed. And Jim had some useless excuses as to why he wanted to. But the Eviscerator needed a captain once they took back off into the depths of space. Jim sighed, turning his head to look at the Doctor. "And why exactly are you so willing to buy a stranger a drink?" Without even looking at the bar tender, he thanked her and curled a hand around the beer she had given him. He hadn't even ordered one, but he generally never had to. At the same time he was bringing the cool drink to his lips, a hard tap hit his shoulder. He spun in the chair, setting his drink down as he studied the first year cadet. His crew. "Yeah?" Jim asked after a moment, watching the cadet's eyes shift to the Doctor, then back to the captain. "Captain, something seems to be interfering with the transmissions on the Eviscerator. The engineers stayed behind, but they can't seem to get it working. Something's blocking it." Jim ran a hand over his face, thinking quickly over the information he had just been given. No chance of getting drunk now. He pushed away from the counter, unzipping his leather jacket as he nodded. "Okay, get Aldee back on The Bridge. Now." The cadet took off in a run, out of the bar and into the party like atmosphere as citizens still cheered on the crew.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 2:24 pm

The Doctor took a sip of the hot tea the bartender reluctantly gave him then glanced over to Jim with a chuckle, "It's hard to find some good help this period in time..especially free help that is", his response was cut off by the informal introduction of the cadet. After hearing the conversation and watching the cadet run off in the distance, The Doctor peered over to Jim, taking another sip of his tea, "Having problems are we?" he asked rhetorically, "If you'd like i could take a look at it. Aren't those warp engines on your ship? Yeah, my people practically invented the warp engine..well..did until we found a better way of traveling. Should be able to get it fixed in no time" he added with a smile. It was true that The Doctor could probably fix any problems with the engines but it was more true that he really wanted to get on board the infamous vessel. Ever sense learning about the construction of the ship and watching the technical progress the humans were making, The Doctor's fascination and curiosity grew with each passing visitation. By now his eagerness was peaking at it's high point and to see the inside of the ship much less the engines would be a technical dream; he hadn't been this excited sense finding out humans made edible ball bearings.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 2:26 pm

Sonya sucked her breath in sharply as the door rattled slightly, causing her to shift on her feet and knock something over. "Who's in there?" A sharp male voice suddenly demanded, the door yanking open and casting light into the cramped closet, of course I'm in a closet. She let out a sigh and dropped her hands down from her eyes to the straps of her knapsack, gripping them tightly out of nervousness. "Right.. Hello. Just making my annual... Closet inspection." She said cheerfully, flashing the man a grin before turning her head to study the items around her. "Hmm... Yes, yes. Looks nice, but needs to be tidied up." She finally said, turning to face the man again, her smile faltering at his grim expression. "Not buying it, are you?"
"No." He stated before reaching in and grabbing her wrist, pulling her out of the closet and into the narrow corridor beside him. "You, are going to the bridge with me, young woman." He stated harshly, pulling her along behind him. "Oi, it was an accident, I meant to go to Egypt or something like that. I have no idea how I ended up here. What year is this by the way, architecture pokes that I might not be where I think I am." Sonya rambled nervously, trying to pull her wrist from his grip as he pulled her around a corner and towards a large set of doors that opened to reveal what she suspected was the 'bridge' he spoke of. "Oh... Very... Star Trek." She murmured under her breath, looking around the room as each of the crew in the room turned to look at her as they passed. "Where's the captain?" The man asked a nearby member, glancing over at Sonya as he did, indicating I was the reason he asked. "He should be here soon. Something is wrong with the transmissions. I sent someone to get him."
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 2:41 pm

Watching the quickly leaving cadet for some seconds (she really liked his uniform and his hat!) she turned around to the Doctor and the other man again.
"That's not the exact story, pal - They invented black holes... Well... One of them..." Medwyn whispered at the Doctor (appearing slightly amused) with a sneaky grin and poked his side.
Of course by using the general space curvature it was also able to generate a warp bubble but this again was an entirely different field of technology then...
She had chosen to order no drink at all.
Of course she'd have liked to do so, but as usually when meeting one of the Doctors she knew ordering food would be pointless, because just before they were able to finish or at least try some of it, something unexpected tended to happen...
She finally cleared her throat and looked at the (yet unknown to her) young human man.
"I however can highly recommend to accept his offer of help - This man here is a capacity at... Practically everything."
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 9:42 pm

"Then come with." Jim said, turning away from the bar, the Doctor, and Medwyn. He hurried to the door, shoving it open as he tugged off the rest of his leather jacket. The crowd fell silent, watching as Jim proceeded to the ship. In any other case, Jim would've taken all angles in the situation and turned them around to fit his needs. But there was no time to find some girls or anything else. Jim knocked on the side, a flash appearing to register his facial features before it slid open. He glanced back to see if the Doctor had followed, but didn't worry about it much as he jumped back into a familiar hall of the Eviscerator. "What's the problem?" Jim called out, patting a random crew member's shoulder as he moved by. "It's in the Bridge. The transmissions and an intruder." The crew member said as he raced behind Jim. Smirking, Jim turned a corner and rushed into the Bridge. With every back to him, Jim slid into his chair. "Okay. Intruder first." He tapped a finger against the chair's arm. He looked at the intruder, the only one not wearing a Fleet shirt. "How'd you manage to get in anyway?"
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 9:49 pm

Sonya flushed in embarrassment and managed to rearrange her face in a innocent expression. "I honestly have no idea um... Sir." She said with a wry shrug, her shoulders twinging from the weight of her knapsack as she did, causing her to wince. "Look, I was planning on crashing a party in Egypt, but I didn't really get there like I had hoped. I ended up here without a single idea why." Looking him in the eyes, she narrowed them slightly in thought. "You don't look like a captain to me." She added bluntly, ignoring the sharp looks she got from the members in the room with them, her arms crossing over her chest in a defensive manner. "How do I know you lot didn't just steal this ship. No ignore that, it was a rubbish thing to say." Sonya shook her head and stepped away from the man holding her arm to take a step closer to the captain. "I won't come back, I'll just go back to my little closet and vanish. No mess, no worry. Just let me leave without having me committed to some jail or whatever it is you lot have around here."
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 9:50 pm

The Doctor followed Jim as best he could until finally his eyes were overwhelmed by the sight and majesty that was the Eviscrerator. Upon the elevator opening up, The Doctor stepped out and gazed out onto the various control systems that each of the crew members were stationed to. Flipping out his glasses and putting them on, The Doctor ran over to each of the systems, "Oh! Look at this, signal disruption systems, first class too. Hb2 shield collaborators..proton missiles" he proclaimed like a child in a toy factory. All the crew members gave The Doctor an odd look until finally, one approached him wearing a yellow flight outfit, "You must be that man Jim brought..said you could fix our engine problems" he said, scrutinizing The Doctor's attire, "Yes, that's me. Hello, my name's The Doctor" The Doctor replied, shaking the mans hand happily with a grin.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sat May 18, 2013 10:02 pm

As the Doctor and she had been more or less taken aboard like guests, Medwyn could not help but curiousely look around while they were walking through the corridors of the Eviscerator.
She actually remembered this ship's name from records - It had been present and even vital amongst some fixed points in time.
She assumed the Doctor knew as well, and even guessed that he knew far more about the actual details.
Medwyn had not been here to study starship history, but rather to analyze sociohistorical effects of a certain incident - But it of course was only reasonable to assume that a crew which had been present in various important fixpoints might have proved as very useful.
As they entered the bridge, Medwyn's attention immediately focused on the familiar face.
"Sonya!" She exclaimed surprised but yet calm, exchanging looks with the Doctor - Who already appeared to be in his element, for he instantly began to chatter with the crew members to find a solution for the technical problem.
Rising an eyebrow Medwyn walked some steps towards Sonya.
"Well then... The family once again seems to be complete..." She added in a sarcastic but polite tone, again looking at the captain.
Sonya indeed had been right - He did not look like a Captain, he was surprisingly young!
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 4:41 pm

Jim jumped from his chair upon a loud beeping, skipping down a few steps to press a button beside a crew member's station. "All crew members report to your positions. Back to the Eviscerator. We have some minor dilemmas, which we'll sort out soon. Mr. Ribec, start the engines." Jim stepped back, waiting for the fuzzed reply as he glanced back at the three people standing clearly out of the crowd of yellow, blue, and red shirts. "Warp is down, sir." Ribec replied after a minute or two. Behind his voice, the sound of members getting back into the ship was clear. Jim sighed, pressing on the button again, "then don't go into warp. We only need to get back up. Stress call from Sadonia." Jim pulled his finger back, then looked at Sonya. "Didn't steal the ship. I'm the captain. James McCoy. This ship belongs to The Fleet and you're kind of an intruder. Whether these people know you or not, you're stuck here." A small bump shook the ship as it rose from the ground, pushing dust and dirt up from the ground. Jim crossed his arms, turning his back to them all to face the large window facing out towards the clouds they were quickly rising above.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 4:46 pm

Letting out a low breath, Sonya shot a pointed look at the man beside her, glancing down at her arm that he had grabbed again once she took another step away from him. "I'm obviously not going anywhere, might as well let me go." She added for emphasis before he dropped her arm and wandered off to do whatever he was meant to do besides keep mysterious women in one spot. Turning her attention back at the captain, she studied him critically for a moment then lifted her shoulders in a shrug. "If the Doctor is helping you, then you're fine in my book." She finally said, turning her attention to Medwyn with a sheepish grin on her face. "This is what happens when I don't focus enough while traveling, I end up in the last place I want to be." Stepping away from Jim, she ignored him once more while wandering around the bridge, watching with astonishment as the members worked the machines and computers with ease. "So... What brings you two on here anyway? Where's the TARDIS?" Sonya finally said quietly to Medwyn when she ended up by her side, glancing over at the Doctor as she did. "I didn't think he'd be one to leave it behind anywhere."
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 5:03 pm

"I don't think he was expecting a distress call when he got on board." Jim called over, knowing full well she probably didn't want an answer from him. In a matter of seconds, the clouds had disappeared to be replaced by millions of stars. Heaving out a sigh, Jim clapped his hands together. "Keep her stabilize. I'm checking the cargo drop off. Our little friend still there, Taylors?" Jim asked loudly, calling across the Bridge to a man in red. He laughed, nodding with a thumbs up. "Yeah, Jim, down there. He's a bit feisty." Taylors chuckled once more, shaking his head from the laughter as Jim grinned. "Great. Show trench coat," Jim started, nodding to the Doctor, "down to the engine room. Ribec will show him the problem." He glanced at Medwyn, then Sonya, pausing for a moment before leaving and preparing for the run down to the cargo bay. The 'prisoner' had been there for a week now, still refusing to tell of the 'prophecy' that their world used to have. Until this said prisoner blew everything up for the life of the prophecy. Through the round halls, the prisoners voice was audible upon approach. "A great leader will die for the sake of a crew. Burns, it burns." There was screech, pain that the prisoner seemed to always have on his shoulders. Jim paused in the doorway, listening to the man sitting patiently in the chair. "Worlds... Worlds will fall.."
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 5:30 pm

Casting a scowl in the man's direction, she started as he vanished down the hallway. Glancing around the room quickly, she followed him once she realized no one was watching her. Why watch a woman on a space ship? Where will she go? Back in the closet, I don't think so. Shifting her knapsack on her shoulders in a more comfortable situation, she picked up her pace while he turned several corners ahead of her. Nearly loosing him at one point before she spotted his shirt vanish around yet another corner ahead of her.
Finally reaching his destination, she poked her head around the corner and watched with a frown on her face while he watched someone talking in a cell area. "Doesn't sound very sane." She mumbled under her breath while listening to his words. Either way, a chill went down her spine at them. The tone of voice was that not of a madman, but of someone with cold certainty of what he said. He believed them, word for word, she could hear the conviction behind his voice.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 5:58 pm

Jim glanced over at Sonya, crossing his arms as he nodded. "He's been going on about a leader for a few days now. The only information we'll get about the prophecy." He said softly, stepping into the room cautiously. The man looked up, eyes widening as he cocked his head. Greasy black hair toppled over one dark eye. "A leader will give his life up for this ship," he whispered, his voice rough as if he hasn't spoken in years. Which wasn't the case. The problem was him incapable of shutting up. Jim had nearly glued his lips shut once or twice. Hesitantly, Jim approached the man, bending down to meet his level. "It will burn, it'll will tumble and spin... And a leader will save you all." He whispered, "and the leader will die." Jim ran a hand over his face, then looked back at Sonya. "But day after day, he refuses to tell us who 'the leader' is." He mumbled, standing back up to walk back towards the doorway and Sonya. "We've reached the distress call, captain." A voice said over Jim's intercom. He looked down at the intercom, then brought it up to speak, "I'll go down in ten. Get a pad ready." His blue eyes trailed up to look at Sonya, "the prisoner is from a dead planet, tossed to pieces by himself. Basic genocide with him left. Just to start a prophecy that will supposedly be carried on to the next stage after the leader dies."
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 6:14 pm

Sonya frowned as she mulled over the man's words, realizing something about them she didn't dare voice as she stared back at Jim silently. "He did it himself, and yet you keep him on this ship." She finally murmured softly, reaching over hesitantly and resting a hand on his shoulder. "You are a good man, don't forget that." Smiling slightly, she turned around and headed back the way she came from, looking for the Doctor and Medwyn as she did. They needed to know, maybe the Doctor could help him, she knew he would figure out the words as fast as she had and begin working on something that could help prevent it. At last something Sonya could help him with for once rather than being in his way half the time. Breaking into a run, she raced back towards the bridge where she last saw him.
She turned a corner and skidded to a stop, a thought suddenly striking her and locking her legs up with fear. What if it was meant to happen? Sonya glanced over her shoulder quickly to be sure Jim didn't follow her and slipped into the closet she had been found in to think to herself for a moment. Crouching down in the dark, she wrapped her arms around her legs and glared at the blackness in front of her. If it was meant to happen, then we can't do anything about it... Either way, the Doctor should know about it at least. Maybe he'd be able to tell if he can change anything...
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 6:40 pm

The Doctor was lead down a series of corridors and tightly fitted hallways until finally the engine room revealed itself to him. In front of The Doctor loomed a huge warp engine, several stations were mounted to the sides and front to control specific regions of the engine. Jumping down the few stairs in front of him, The Doctor dashed over to the engine and flipped on his glasses, which he didn't really need, "Alright then, let's get to work. Where's the damage done?" he asked the man that had escorted him to the engine room, "It's the hyper coils and the thrust stabilizers, they've been acting all weird sense our last mission" replied the man. The Doctor nodded, listening intently to the mans response and explanation before flipping out his sonic screwdriver and activating it over a terminal attacked to the engine, "Here we are!" he exclaimed, glancing over the locations of the damages which all seemed to be centered in the same area, "No problem, just have to restamp the hyper coils, magnetize them back into place. Replace the thrust stabilizers equalizers and set them into place". Ribac smirked upon hearing The Doctor's comprehension of the subject and gestured one of the workers to get some tools, "We'l need tools over here" he called back as The Doctor bolted over to the section of the engine and glanced around at his surroundings.

Taking off his trench coat and flinging it to a nearby railing, The Doctor took out his sonic screwdriver, "I won't have much room. So i will need you to be by my side as i work, got it?" he asked Ribac as he got onto his back and scooted up under the engine with his sonic screwdriver placed in his mouth. Within seconds, the only parts visible of The Doctor were his legs that stuck out of the engine and his hand that popped out once in a while to get a tool he asked for. Scrutinizing the marvels of the engine in front of him, The Doctor released his sonic screwdriver from the grasp of his mouth and went to work, first taking out the hyper coils and activating his sonic screwdriver over them, "Pass me a pulsating wrench" he called out, thrusting his hand out to grab the wrench then pull it up to him.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 7:09 pm

"Guess the TARDIS is somewhere within range - I ran into the Doctor just some minutes ago..." Medwyn whispered back at Sonya.
As the Captain - Followed by Sonya - left the bridge Medwyn gave him a final, thoughtful look.
Very impulsive, emotional man - He appeared very... Human... But that of course did not have to be a bad thing - Humans throughout history proved to be one of the toughest and most innovative species.
As the Doctor - Accompanied by some engineering personnel - left the bridge as well, Medwyn gave him a silent nod.
She decided to remain on the bridge for now, since there was nothing for her to do, so she had a chance for minor observations.
(Actually she already figured out, that the remaining security personnel had an eye on her, but then again, that was no problem for Medwyn after all, since she had no intentions to behave inadequate.)
She softly leaned against one of the railings looking at the nearest screen - Or, to be more specific looking at the screen over the shoulder of one of the officers, who sat there at a console studying readings.
It was obviousely a damage report regarding the engines.
She already expected it to change within the next couple of minutes, for she knew that the Doctor was a quite fast problem solver.
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 7:53 pm

Jim watched Sonya leave, not attempting to run after her as he continued to stare down the man for a fraction of a moment. He bowed his head and stepped out of the room, shutting the steel door behind him. There was no point in going after Sonya at this point, she either turned too many corners or hid somewhere. Jim proceeded down the hallway leading back to the Bridge. "The captain's in the bridge," a female voice said to his right side, most likely keeping track of exactly what was happening on ship. Jim glanced at her, chuckled, and moved towards the main control panel. "Scanned the planet yet, Taylors?" He asked, looking over at Taylors briefly. "Yes, there doesn't seem to be a disturbance on the planet. Though there's a reading we've latched onto directly above it. A ship, not belonging to the Fleet." Taylors replied, turning back to the control panel. "Bring her around. I'll board the other ship, check it out." Jim said, tightening the straps to the intercom on his left right. He looked at Medwyn curiously before grinding his teeth together. "Call down to the engine room and see if warp speed is working. We may need it."
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PostSubject: Re: The Last Outpost    Sun May 19, 2013 8:00 pm

After seemingly hours beneath the steaming hot engine, The Doctor finally placed everything back where it belonged and waited for life to begin in the engine once more. But it didn't. Until finally, The Doctor hit the engine with an open palm and suddenly the engine roared to life. As the engine began to move and operate at full capacity, The Doctor grinned widely and scooted out from under it and popped up to a standing position, "Fantastic!" he proclaimed to much delight by Ribac who returned the smile and flipped up his com. "Captain. The Doctor guy did it, engines are operational and from the scanner..at fully capacity, far better than when we got it new" Ribac said, speaking into the intercom before turning his attention back over to The Doctor and calling over to him, "Get your stuff together, i'm sure the captain will want a word with you after this" he said with a smile.
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