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Posted 5 Jan 2013So like, can someone tell me what time it actually is in-character right now?
It's hard for me to pick up on just how much time has passed since the wake-up call from the content of these posts.
I'm trying to write up my intro post and this is kind of important.
Technically, when you consider the sheer scale of the UBCTF and basic human movement speed, it should be around 7AM by now.
However, rule of Multi-Player Time is in effect, so, since no one has recieved the messages yet...
...Well, let's just say it is now 5:58AM sharp.
This goes for everybody, let's get this ball rolling!
Basically the next post you make, the messengers come.
That okay with you Nova?
PS: Has anyone seen Zab since the 17th last month?
Posted 5 Jan 2013After quite a bit of walking the two Women arrived at their destination, the entrance to the West Wing’s State Room #2…
…Well, it wasn’t as ‘Grand’ in the appearance aspect as the East Wing’s equivalent, but in Ringo’s opinion the sheer scale of the security difference more than made up for it in the ‘awe factor’ department.
They were standing in what appeared to be a long hallway that would otherwise be empty aside from the tapestries and columns lining the walls and a single set of twin doors.
Set into the wall beside the door was a keycard terminal that operated the doors, thus Ringo’s attention was automatically drawn to it as she wanted to get inside the room already… although that didn’t stop her from responding to Allison’s inquiry with a joking scoff.
She pulled out the appropriate cards needed to open the doors… all 10 cards.
Honestly, she assumed that most people would find this process extremely tedious and useless, but she actually found it to be mildly entertaining in the fact that she was involved in the system’s development, so there was a touch of pride mixed in that wouldn’t allow her to find it annoying.
“Have you ever known me to wait on anybody?” she half joked, knowing well that there had been many times where she had opted to wait for various reasons… but, of course, the real reason behind most of those was lethargy more so than attempting to accommodate other people, and Allison would know this.
While she spoke she inserted the cards into the system and punched in the appropriate commands, you could hear the corresponding doors slide out of the way.
…Nothing like 20 feet of aluminum carbon plate to keep yourself safe, right? In fact, the Room could survive a direct hit from a Tactical Nuke…
Regardless, it was slightly funny if you thought about it in the right sense.
At the last command, the double doors popped open.
“…There, now let’s get out of the hall.” she walked inside the room, not waiting for Allison to respond.
She had made sure that the doors would remain unlocked so that Deree and Azamuku could enter unobstructed and it would just make things easier later anyway.
The primary room itself was downright huge and set up to nicely seat several hundred people in here all at once, and all in regal decoration, but this wasn’t the room that Ringo intended to use.
She headed strait to one of the side rooms, this one, while still large, was meant for more close-style meetings involving a far lesser number of participants. In comparison to the décor of the previous room, this one was set up quite modestly… and considering the primary color of the room was a rich velvet trimmed in gold, the Tapestries depicting historical militia scenes hanging on the walls, and the foreboding Statues of Triad developed Cores ceremoniously guarding the entrances to the room… that was certainly saying something about the previous room.
In the center of the room was a long table set up to seat at the most 20 people, but not all of them would be necessary for this get together.
“We may have to move some of these chairs out… but that can wait.”
There was yet another side room attached to the room that Ringo went straight to, this one being the main control room for State Room #2 set up like something resembling an office.
The specific reason that she went in here was to activate the Holograph system, which immediately came to life and began its boot up process inside this room.
Satisfied, she returned to the Meeting Room and took the Command Seat at the end of the table and, using the control panel hidden under the table, activated this end of the Holograph system so that the display would appear here as well.
The imagery flickered into existence above the table right as the system had finished booting up.
In effect, it was a lot like what one would imagine an average computer would be like if it displayed the graphics in real 3D.
She quickly made sure that the data she had sent to this room earlier had actually made it, as it contained all of the stored visuals from the Exam, otherwise she would have to go back to her office to get it and she didn’t want to have to go through the unnecessary walk… lucky that it did make it through.
…It wouldn’t have been the first time that the network had failed.
Regardless, she turned her attention back to Allison.
“Well then, everything is basically set up…” and then she sighed, “…And now we wait for the men… unless you want to watch the whole exam twice. That could be more annoying than waiting.”
Deree just shook his head at what Azamuku said, making little to no sense of it.
Although, in all honesty, he saw no real need to try to decipher the meaning of it. The Colonel seemed to think Warrant Azamuku here was trustworthy enough to warrant being told that much, if he failed to interpret the meaning of what he had said Deree wasn’t the one to blame.
“…Whatever, let’s just move. The Colonel will be waiting by now, who knows what Allison will be doing.”
Posted 2 Jan 2013Okay, I'll make one!
1) Get back in shape!
It's always the holidays where you get around your old stomping grounds that you realize all the things you used to be able to do.
So, this year I want to get back in shape to not repeat this winter's embarassment!
(Comes from work that is mostly paperwork and the rare bit of running/selective physical activity that uses only 4 or 5 areas of your body...)
...And that's it.
Posted 2 Jan 2013“Appraisal, yes. Do remember, you’re working with him, not competing with him… I wouldn’t have put him in charge anyway.”
…Not that Allison was much better than Azamuku, she’s mostly a berserker as well.
“Also, there’s no need to rush… 6 hours aren’t going to pass any faster that way. Regardless, yes, let’s get going… I want to know what you think of these ‘recruits’ individually.”
“Good, you’re ready then.”
Deree turned and started in the direction of the West Wing.
“So, you think you’re ready for this? Command, I mean. As I said, you’re ‘Officer in Charge’ under ‘Lt. Colonel’ Allison… meaning you’ll be needing to pick up the slack she leaves behind, I never really liked her command style.”
A short pause, and Deree’s expression became a little more serious.
“…Truth be told, this gig might not be as simple as one would think, and I figure you already think it will be annoying… there’s something you might want to know, not that I can say much so this is just between you and me, but I’d suggest you be ready to assume the role of Ex-O should a particular something come up… let’s just say there are signs that the Colonel’s program might not be in favor anymore.”
Having said that, his expression flattened out again.
“But, for now, this is all meaningless conjecture, keep it to yourself.”
And he kept going down the hall regardless.
Posted 29 Dec 2012“Very well then, I’ll wait if you don’t care.”
And by ‘if you don’t care’, he meant ‘you don’t have a choice’.
He said he’d get Azamuku, no way he was returning without him.
There was a thought that occurred to him that he thought would be best to address.
“Oh, right, about the Drugged-Up kid, Recruit Holtman. You may want to pin this to his head so that, whenever he wakes up, he doesn’t get lost.”
He dangled a piece of paper, printed on it was a notice of the rescheduling and a map of the complex pointing out State Room #2 and how to get there from this exact room.
“If he doesn’t wake up by 1130 hours, I’ll come ‘get him up’, you don’t have to wonder about that.”
..In all honesty, Deree didn’t care if Azamuku wanted to take long enough to take a shower. He could wait that long, it’s part of being an ‘assistant’.
Ringo couldn’t help but laugh at what Allison had said there at the end.
No, seriously, she actually let out a audible laugh and was only barely able to keep it muffled at all.
Seriously, Allison? He’s a sadist ex-interrogator, he just does that because he knows it annoys you. Stop letting it bother you and all of his fun from it will die immediately… a pause, …of course, best not to say that out loud.
“No, General Hopenkov will not be there. The only ones that are supposed to be there are me, you, Deree, Azamuku, the 6 Recruits, and, if she gets here fast enough, a new addition…”
Miss ‘Special Little Package’…
“…Anyway, what I want you to do is to go over the recruits’ performances and give me your appraisal, why else would I drag you in over 6 hours early? You didn’t answer my test yesterday, but you’re not getting out of this one that easily…” a short pause, “…Come now, Allison. It’s been a long time since I was able to test you on anything, I need to make sure you’ve not gotten… ‘rusty’ by any chance.”
…There may or may not have been some other meanings behind that choice of phrasing.
“…That and I’m having Azamuku do the same thing anyway, you don’t want to lose to him, do you? I could just put him through OCS and put him as the Ex-O.”
…A bald-faced lie, it took longer than that, but, even if Allison actually did know that, it still got her point across.
Usually, the Ex-O was did the initial appraisals in the first place as it was, even though Regulation had the Commander going behind them and doing it again anyway.
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