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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:49 am

Kanna finds Kor'arx bloodied and bruised, but alive. The kroot takes a moment but pushes himself up as the veteran shas'ui fires into the ceiling for cover.

It's impossible to tell whether or not his shots had been effective.


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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:59 am

Ur'Na ducked behind cover as the, yet unmamed, Reaper four member shot into the ceiling. In the silent aftermath, Ur'Na stared at the roof above her, looking for some kind of sign. When she heard and saw nothing, Ur'Na started to move agitatedly.

"Anyone got eyes? Su'Saum?" Ur'Na asked over comms. Without really waiting for a response, she changes topic. "It's not going to come down here, and we can't get up there, so we should grab the wounded and move on. Reaper four, do you have a medic?"
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Jul 20, 2018 2:56 pm

Harriet had been moving slowly backwards towards the recumbent Kroot, while her eyes remained fixed on the hole in the ceiling. So far no one had responded to the information she had given out but that was perhaps natural. They may have seen it themselves and were busy discussing it over their com links. The image she had seen had been an incredibly brief one, and the technology in their helmets was doubtless better than her vision. Her instinct had been to try and recall the image she had seen immediately- to try and fit it against the various data she already held of other creatures but that was not how memory worked. The more you try to force a memory, the more your brain adapts it, adds additional features to fill the blanks so that it can give you a perfect vision immediately. And this additional information would be false and thus useless. If she concentrated- that blurred movement could turn into an Ork forearm, a Daemon's claw, the eldrich tenticle of a phychic user. So she left the memory where it was- as a blurred after image in great speed. If it did match anything in her head, she trusted that it would come to her naturally.

The second Tau from the original group, the only one she hadn't conversed to yet, rushed passed her to the Kroot before sending a volley of fire up at the hole. She flinched involuntarily. The noise had been so close to her.
Surprisingly though the Kroot was still alive and was already getting to its feet. She felt a momentary contentment. If they did survive- it would give her more chance to study it.
That the Kroot did survive also spoke to the effectiveness of whatever it was above them. No doubt it was effective in ambush- it had caught the Kroot by surprise- no mean feat if the data she had read was anything to go by. But with its prey in its clutches it had failed to kill it- and had indeed thrown its victim back to them. That either spoke of fear or an animals lack of judgement. It could be that this thing was not hunting them, and was instead just defending its territory. She would need to see its next move. She waited, watching intently.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Jul 20, 2018 11:05 pm

Kanna keeps his eyes on the ceiling as he speaks to the kroot.

"Are you okay? What happened? Any ideas what were up against?"

To Lu'Ur'Na, he responds, "Myself and Ta'ro'cha are trained in combat medicine. He is better than I in such matters though. Ta'ro?"

All the while he keeps his carbine trained on the roof above, ever watchful for movement.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Jul 20, 2018 11:43 pm

"It's fast... and quiet... and fething strong," Kor'arx blurted out between pained breaths. His use of the Gothic curse may have gone unnoticed to all but Harriet and Arlene.

"I don't think it has eyes."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sat Jul 21, 2018 1:59 am

"Hmmm," he wonders aloud, "Photons may be useless. In any case, I think we should avoid engagement and move on. Reaper one is still in trouble and we need to assist and move back to the bridge until relieved."

He finally tears his eyes away from the ceiling to Su'suam and Ur'na, "What was your team supposed to be doing?"
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sun Jul 22, 2018 8:34 am

It seems for the moment that the threat has passed.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sun Jul 22, 2018 4:08 pm

Taro watches, on edge, at everything happen. Kor being brought back, taken again, and then thrown around to the ground like a rag doll. This was not something they should spend any more time on. He hurries to the Kroot's side, looking over his body to see if there were any serious injuries.

"Kor, I know you are one tough soldier, but if you have any intense injury, tell me now. We must be quick, and we must leave this place."

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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sun Jul 22, 2018 9:25 pm

Kor grunts and waves Ta'ro away. He stands unsteadily at first but then looks as determined as ever. Even still, Ta'ro can clearly see that he is, in fact, badly injured.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Jul 23, 2018 2:59 am

Ur'Na watches the Kroot stand slowly, fresh injuries clear. She nods as Ta'ro is waved off.

"If the kroot feels able to move, we should." Ur'Na pauses, "'Sacrifice for the Greater Good in the face of adversity is admirable', Aun'el Kovash. Your fortitude is admirable, Kroot. I unfortunately do not know your name."

Ur'Na then turns to the other member of Reaper four, the last tau, who had still not given his name. "I also do not know your name. Is there a preferred manner of address? We have completed our task. As I mentioned before, this ship is a Da'erra, designed to capture and torture Gue'la." Ur'na visibly shivers. "We must move on though. Send me Reaper One's location, and we will take point. I will leave it to you to decide who covers the rear."

Ur'Na starts moving to the other side of the room, Sa'Saum following in her wake.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Jul 23, 2018 8:03 am

"Kor'arx, dont be stubborn." Kanna begins, "I know as well as Ta'ro how bad that damage really is. Dont sound the Goro'kha"

He watches as the kroot brushes his words aside. He wondered how the Kroot's death under Arelene would affect her future performance?
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Jul 23, 2018 1:23 pm

Harriet had continued to watch the opening in the ceiling but since the earlier mini movement the hole had remained silent and still. Whatever it was up there, it had either moved on, or more likely it was waiting. She was standing close to the Kroot when it suddenly spoke- its voice low but she still clearly heard the Gothic curse. She hadn't expected to hear that, especially from it. Then again, she thought, her head turning to consider Arlene, there was a human as part of this squad. The two of them could be close allies or perhaps even more. For a second she wondered idly if it was possible for the two to breed. Sex of course would be relatively easy but actual fertilisation would be unlikely- the genetic differences would be too great.
More important though was the last thing the Kroot had said. If it indeed had no eyes, it was likely relying on either hearing or smell. The latter she could do nothing about- as part of her attempts to hide from the cultists, she had applied lots of dirt, grime, blood and oil to herself. It had proved successful so far but she did have a particularly strong smell. She would just have to hope for the former and move as quietly as she could.

Meanwhile, the second Tau had joined them and the Kroot had staggered to its feet. The way the two Tau were shaped and gesturing she guessed more conversation was happening. The Kroot was yet to reply though so had no idea what about. Most probably it would be about their next move- either to leave this place or to attack the creature above. If it had been a Tau in charge she would be relatively certain that it would be the former. With a human though, it was harder to tell. Vengeance tended to matter to humans- especially if there was a close connection between the Kroot and her.  

Almost as if her thoughts were being made in the real, the two new Tau started to move towards the exit. The Tau she belonged however remained still. Cocking her head to the side, she considered each of them one by one waiting for a sign to what their next move would be. Hopefully there would be an opportunity to access one of their helmets soon. She longed for an opportunity to take one of them apart and discover its workings.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Jul 23, 2018 1:39 pm

Kor'arx gave another grunt, completely ignoring Kanna's words. He looked toward Ur'na as he was addressed and simply replied, "Kor'arx." His tone was neither friendly nor hostile. It was indifferent.

With the Breacher and Pathfinder obviously taking point, Kor'arx moved back to the rearguard with Harriet. He didn't say anything as he approached, but he did look her over to ensure her bindings were still well in place. Hightower followed and took up the far rear position.

The current marching order was Ur'na and Su'saum on point, Kanna and Ta'ro behind them, with Arlene near the end. Finally, Kor'arx and Harriet would stay together and High Tower would cover the far rear.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Tue Jul 24, 2018 12:30 am

He replies to Ur'na, "Shas'ui Kanna'el'Shi'gri. Kanna to most."

The idea that the humans would design a ship to capture and torture their own was barbaric to Kanna, he resist the urge to spit out his disgust.
But there was still light in the darkness....

"The fact that they are so divided amongst themselves only proves how much they need the greater good to guide them to a brighter future."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Jul 25, 2018 3:26 am

Ur'Na paused, "I am sorry, but you are not being clear. Would you like me to refer to you by the name Kanna, or Shas'Ui Kanna'el'Shi'gri?"
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Jul 25, 2018 11:20 am

"Kanna will be fine." he replies dryly, keeping his attention on the surroundings.

Towards the rear-center, he was better able to keep eyes and ears in both directions as they began to make way towards Reaper one.

His mind was a steel trap; every stray though, especially that of the nature of this ship, was contained and sent back from whence it came. He knew that his over-exaggerated "fear" of these warp like disturbances would only hinder his progress.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Jul 25, 2018 12:50 pm

They were moving again. Evidently the Tau had decided to go with the safety first approach. It was probably the most wise. She was near the end of the party again, with the Kroot alongside her and the Angry Midget behind her. She might though have another name to add to her collection.

"Kor'arx. That is your Alo'erra, correct?"

(Alo'erra- a personal name)

She looked at the Kroot while she asked this, her voice barely a whisper, confident that his ears would catch it.  Now that she was so close to him, she could see his injuries much clearer. On the surface, he was exhibiting few symptoms of pain, or at least any she could recognise. There was so much new data for her here to learn. As interesting as the data on this ship had been, it had only taken her a few days to exhaust it. And until meeting her new owners, she nothing to do but wait. No new information, no new observations. Nothing but to conceptualise her likely future. To either die of starvation, her body bloated and convulsing, her reasoned mind drifting with delusion. Or she could have met her end at the hands of the cultists. There was a variety of ways they might have dealt with her. It was hard to tell which they would favour.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:26 pm

Kor'arx broke his vigil watch of their surroundings to glance at Harriet.

"How did you learn tau-tongue, gue'la?" He didn't answer her question, but it was some type of progress.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Thu Jul 26, 2018 1:22 am

The head frills shifted and the Kroot was looking at her. He didn't reply to her question, so she logged the possible name as having a high possibility, but not confirmed yet.

"I learned most from 'vox' recordings and written material put together by human Por'el. There were also a number of mercenaries and traders who were part of my former cartel who I was able to practice with. I am skilled with learning languages. Can you speak the gue'la language?"

(Por'el- diplomat)

Turning back she observed the progress of their group. They were moving slower than they had earlier on their way to the canteen. Her impression was that this wasn't due to any fatigue, but rather a hesitancy as to where their final destination might be. Reports from a multitude of human sources illustrated a belief that the Tau were typically weaker than themselves but even so, the distance traversed and the limited extent of the fight made tiredness unlikely. They were also obviously not returning to the bridge. In front of Arlene was the second Tau, as she termed it in her head. It was the one who had initially communicated with her. It had some tech in its hands and was currently observing it.

"Are you attempting to navigate to a particular area of the ship? I have a detailed memory of the area's I have already explored and I might be able to Mesme my knowledge."

(Mesme- to join/ to combine)

She was very curious to see some actual Tau technology working up close. The few devices she had been able to investigate had been more in the nature of keepsakes in the hands of the mercenaries and were limited in their function or broken beyond repair. Those that did appear to still work, they kept a jealous hold of and refused to let her take them apart.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:48 am

Taro works hard to try and discern any further information from the last known ping from Reaper 1. Something was up with the ship, however. With the technology and know-how that Taro possessed, it should be a piece of a cake to find Reaper 1 from the ping. But the ship wasn't having it. It'd been like this from the start.

"This ship...frustrates me. What I could normally do, I can only do a fraction of in these conditions. However, from your help, brother, and yours Harriet, I believe I may just be able to find them."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Jul 27, 2018 8:36 am

Harriet's eyes scanned over the device in the second Tau's hand, memorising the different patterns, matching them to what she knew of the ship's geography, as well as how it seemed to work. It would be impossible to have a full understanding until she was able to take it apart but all data was informative. From what she could see, it was working from a completely different concept than the Imperial Auspex.

"In my original group we had a tracker as well but she was unable to get any information from her device. It is interesting to hear that it can frustrate both Tau and human technology. It would seem to indicate a number of different conclusions.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Thu Aug 02, 2018 5:23 am

Ur'Na paused when it was apparently that directions for the next step were not immediately at hand.

"Can you not provide directions, Taro? I was under the impression you were previously heading to their location. Have they moved?" Ur'Na asked of the Reaper four member. Displaying a remarkable ability to change topics without waiting for a response, Ur'Na then turns to Arlene. "Gue'vesa'ui Arlene Cunningham, why is it that you have a restrained Gue'la with you? Why is she offering to help Taro?" Ur'Na had also enabled the speakers on her helmet, it was apparently rude to talk about humans without them knowing. Ur'Na had never really understood why though.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sun Aug 05, 2018 12:48 am

"Remember, this is a gue'vesa vessel. It will not conform to any standard format. the fracticios nature prevents that kind of efficiency." He hoped his thoughts would help Ta'ro find the right path.

"That human was monitoring the bridge from above the ceiling tiles. She seems as eager to be off the ship as we are and she has not attacked us, even though she had the oppritunity." he tells Ur'na.
"If she would join the empire, she would make a good student of the Kayoun." he mentions offhandedly.

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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sun Aug 05, 2018 2:41 am

Harriet was still examining the technology held in the second Tau's hand, her body craned forward, arms moving up a little bit behind her in order to keep her balance. This movement sent jolts of fresh pain through her shoulders but she ignored them. Her desire was greater than the pain caused.

Suddenly a fresh voice spoke. Harriet looked up to see that it was the Tau in front, one of the two new ones who had just joined their group. Moving back to straighten herself, she examined this Tau more closely, while considering her words. The amour and colouring was the same, but this Tau had a shield on her arm and a different weapon to the others. Perhaps she specialised more in close combat?

Noting the name Taro, as the name of the 'second Tau' as she had named him, she replied to the Fourth Tau as she now named her, her voice flat and emotionless, her eyes continuing to look over the new armour and gear.
"I have information and that information might be useful for Taro, so I'll share it. Information wants to be shared. In addition it gives me the opportunity to examine some new technology. Are you trained for close quarter fighting?"

Her head turned as the Third Tau spoke too. This was the first time she had heard his voice so far. His words though were structured in a strange way. What did he mean by "If" she joined the Empire? She belonged to them now, so she didn't have a choice in the matter? It was confusing, so she stored the information away. It was possible it might be humour.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sun Aug 05, 2018 4:06 am

Head swivelling to follow both speakers, Ur'Na then cocked her head in a sign of mild confusion. Taking a moment to think, Ur'Na comes to a decision, nods to herself, and then addresses both the Gue'La and Kanna.

"If you have information to share, and are willing to do so, then we should not restrain you." Ur'Na paused. "I would also not deny you the use of your hands if we were attacked. Kanna, release the Gue'La. I expect that she assist Taro immediately. We need directions now. If we survive this, I will consider discussing my training."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sun Aug 05, 2018 5:28 am

Turning back to look at the Fourth Tau, Harriet raised an eyebrow in surprise. This was unexpected, though welcome. It would make things easier if she had use of her hands again. What she most wished for now was her datapad; there was a lot of new information she needed to input. It was probable though that her items would still be held by the Angry Midget.

She nodded at the Fourth Tau.
"I will remember that."
Harriet didn't mind waiting for an answer, if it was forthcoming. The information she had on Fire Warrior training was incredibly limited, restricted to the observations of a number of envoys. Information from a first hand source would be much more accurate.

Beyond this though, if the Third Tau or Kanna, did release her bonds, it would mean that this new arrival had more authority than Arlene. Up until this point she had been assuming that the other human was in charge but if this new arrival could issue orders it would indicate otherwise. The Tau here did not seem to follow the human custom of differentiating their leaders with markers on their armour. Perhaps the equipment was the indicator? The Fourth Tau's shield and different gun might represent the same as a Lieutenants sash and sword.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:43 am

Taro continued to look confusedly at the readout, thinking that he had had the location in his grasp only a few seconds earlier. He looks over to the conversation happening between the two newcomers to their merry little band.

"Arlene, we should take all the help we can get, let's let this gue'la help us in more ways than one."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:20 pm

Kor'arx stayed quiet during the exchange. He was supremely confident that, bonds or no, if the human did pose a threat that he could manage just find - even in his wounded condition.

High Tower fidgeted in his armor and looked back. "Are we going to stand around and talk about this? Is this the best use of our time?" He was becoming frustrated - evident in the way he failed to make any jokes at anyone's expense.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 06, 2018 3:24 pm

"HT is right." Kanna agreed, "Reaper one is in need and four will provide it. Shas'ui" he says, trying not to take command from Arelene, "Unless we have another reason to delay here?"
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:07 pm

Following her words there was silence. Harriet presumed there was likely some further conversation going on between the Tau. Whichever way they decided, she didn't need her hands for the moment. She moved carefully past Kor'arx and then Arlene, shoulders brushing against the armour of the latter. If any of them wished to stop her it would only take an arm but she didn't feel anything. She stopped side by side with Taro. They were largely the same size, the Tau having about an inch on her, so she had no difficultly seeing the device he was holding. It wasn't quite what she was expecting. Where Imperial Auspex used the principles of radar to scan the area and match it to a rough map of the area they were in, this device was using something else. There were a lot more flashes and lights. Further away she had thought she could match what she remembered of the ship's geography with these lights, but closer to, it was harder to read the patterns. It was fascinating though. She longed to have her screw tool and time to conduct some tests but each was equally unavailable.

She turned and looked briefly at the helmeted mask of the Fire warrior.
"Roughly where do you think the signal was pointing for us to go?"

After waiting on his reply, she stood still for a moment recalling her inner map of the decks of the ship. It had taken her two days to finally reach the bridge and complete her mission and in this time she had traversed a lot of decks 2 and 1- forced to backtrack or hide when she came across the roving bands of the crew.
Her mind put together and inner map of the decks as she knew them, both of which had blank areas where she had not travelled. She could map a rough route to where Taro had indicated. There were two possible routes; the first of which was along routes she had traversed or seen herself. It wasn't the straightest however and included moving sideways for some of the trip. The second route was one which she surmised would be the quickest but included many of the areas she hadn't visited and which she guessed there would be a route based on standard naval design. She decided to dismiss this second route, it was merely theoretical.

"This corridor in front of us curves for about 266 of my footsteps, or 200 Imperial meters or about 3 minutes at our current pace. After this we will come to a cross roads. We will then follow the left pathway for 5 minutes or 442 of my footsteps. This second leads past the cabins of the lower officers, 15 doors in total on either side. Some of these were still inhabited when I came this way twelve days ago. Following this we will come to a large blast door. Beyond this is an enclosed walk way which goes over the port 2nd gun platform. This walkway is straight for about 200 meters or 175 of my footsteps and has no available cover. I traversed it via a vent above, accessible beside the blast doors on either side but continuing along the walkway would be quicker. Beyond the next set of blast doors was a miniature armoury, containing a mixture of small arms and close combat weapons for the officers. Next to this is the ladder leading down to the 2nd deck. We should turn right here for 88 of my footsteps or 100 meters before taking the next right and then left 10 footsteps later. That should be beside the location you have indicated"

She paused and took a deep breath after this before moving her jaw from side to side. She was used to decimating large amounts of information in a short time but her voice had been a bit horse by the end. It was to be expected though, she hadn't spoken for the fourteen days prior.
Looking back at the helmet of Taro she waited to hear if he had any further questions. She hoped he might try and adjust his device.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:03 pm

Taro startled a bit as Harriet came up beside him. Not out of any real fear, just a little bit surprised. He indicates for her where they needed to go before she begins her directions, which he does his best to take in fully. He nods his head at sentence ends and generally listens intently. It was something to go on in any case. He begins to fine tune his device before looking down at the bound hands of Harriet.

He takes his blade and reaches down to her wrists to bring them up. She'd helped enough, she'd proven that she could be trusted. They were all in this together and they'd need to help each other to get out alive.

He cuts the bonds and slides his knife back in place. He reaches down and unclips his pulse pistol, handing it to her gently.

"Don't make me regret this. I trust you, but only about as far as I can throw you...which let's be honest, probably isn't terribly far. Help us and I will do all in my power to see you not bound again."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:16 pm

Arlene took a single step forward but didn't stop Ta'ro. She seemed insistent on helping and so far she had followed orders. However, she shook her head at the Shas'ui. "I would love another set of hands. She has cooperated so far, and I'm willing to accept her input. Until we have taken her to the ship and ensured that she isn't going to cause any problems, she can work with us. Any negative effects of this will be solely your responsibility."

She pointed a hand to Ht as she continued. "What's more important than arming prisoners would be finding a proper route. Remember further casualties from Korst'la Neg rest on our shoulders." She looked over her shoulder at the Kroot. "Kor'arx, ensure she doesn't do anything reproachable, but try not to kill or permanently injure her unless she tries it on us. Ta'ro, this is your choice."

Finally, she spoke to Harriet in gothic. "If I even suspect ill will, even the Throne won't save you."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:56 am

Kanna was stunned at the sudden action of his bonded brother.

Arelene's response was also more level headed than he expected from the more impulsive Gue'la.
He made a note to speak with him later about this, and also to the prisoner on the risk and privlidge Taro had just shown her.

In any case, he was ready to take point again and get going.

"Ready?" he asked.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:18 am

Taro's hands moved around the device, adapting and changing it in response to her words. She watched each movement intently, memorising what they were doing in relation to what she said. She was starting  to get a better idea of how it might work, but really she would have to get her hands on one. Obviously, that right side corresponded to distance she thought, but then what about....
The Tau stopped suddenly and reached down to take hold of her hands and lifted them up. The shock of this, the feeling of metal on skin, made her flinch but otherwise she waited, ignoring the pain as her shoulders twisted into a new position. Seconds later the pressure on her wrists disappeared and she brought them forward to see that her bonds had been cut.

Rubbing her right wrist with her left hand she looked up at him. Obviously a decision had been come to. To her surprise he had a Tau pulse pistol in his hands and he started to speak.
His words further confused her and some of this showed on her face as she stared back at him.
He would trust her as far as he could throw her? Mentally she tried to come up with a possible distance. It was possible that his suit would give him some strength benefits but still it couldn't be more than a couple of feet. Perhaps five or six at the very most. The Kroot would doubtless be able to do more. What did this mean though? Would the trust only continue till he had walked those paces? It must be a phrase to indicate a lack of trust. This in itself was a confusing concept for Harriet but one she understood better. When she had been younger she had only been given simple tasks before her talent was realised and she was given more difficult jobs. Why the weapon though? Did they wish her to prove her martial abilities? They were in truth very limited. Or was it a test of her technical skills? She was more than willing to prove those. And those last words? He was offering a reward for her actions. This concept felt more alien than all the others before it. Why do this, when all he had to do was ask her and she would do it? This was similar to what Kanna had said earlier. The second time they referred to her actions as if she had a choice. She would prefer not to get bound again though...

Her eyes were wide as she reached out slowly and took the pulse pistol from his hand. The thump of her heart rapidly beating in her chest was loud in her ears as she felt it in the palm of her hand. It was lighter than her 'Inkpot', and clearly made of a different material. She couldn't wait to examine it but first she needed to clarify. Looking back at Taro, her eyes still wide and her face serious she replied
"It is better to be unbound. I will help you to the best of my abilities."
She then raised an eyebrow and looked questioningly at the helmet.
"This pulse pistol, it is your desire that I shoot the cultists with it? Or do you wish that I repair it? It does not seem damaged."

While she waited on his answer, Harriet had started to turn the weapon, her long fingers gently manipulating it, staying far away from what was clearly the trigger. Following the basic lessons an old armourer had ordered she pointed the weapon into the wall, far away from the others while she did this. In many ways it was similar to her autopistol, the same basic structure of grip, trigger and barrel. It was much thicker and blocky though, with a significant section below the barrel. She wondered if this might be a light or where the ammunition was stored.

The next to speak though was not Taro but Arlene. Her words made more sense. If she broke the rules she would be punished and possibly killed. She had been both threatened and punished many times in the past. She stopped examining the pistol and holding it down at her side, she nodded back at the woman and moved back to stand beside the Kor'arx. Arlene's head turn had been clear. The kroot was to be in charge of her.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Tue Aug 07, 2018 4:05 am

Part way through the verbal barrage of directions, Ur'Na had lost focus. Finding her gaze slowly drifting across the roof, Ur'Na starting contemplating her situation, and the unseen horror that had slowly taken the lives of her team. I hope that I haven't doomed these to the same fate. Shuddering, Ur'Na took inventory of her weapons. Pulse Blaster was ready and loaded, weight resting comfortably in her arms. Carbine strapped to her back, although barely used in the tight quarters on the ship. She touched her dual holsters, one holding a pistol, the other a wicked knife, in a surprising gesture of self-reassurance. It was then she heard the Gue'La asking something about shooting cultists, and looked up.

"To'muk'xux'ten'grii! You gave her a weapon? I wanted her unbounded, not armed! Has she had any training in... Ah, whatever, we have no time for this. If Reaper four has finished discussing things, do you think we can get some directions now?" (Audible to Harriet)

(To'muk'xux'ten'grii - By the Eternal Blue Sky! -> 'Oh my gosh' in this context)
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:55 am

The current marching order was Ur'na and Su'saum on point, Kanna and Ta'ro behind them, with Arlene near the end. Finally, Kor'arx and Harriet would stay together and High Tower would cover the far rear.


After voicing her opinion, Ur'na and Su'saum took point. Kanna and Ta'ro were next behind them, the bonded brothers sticking together on principle. However, Ta'ro toward the front made sense as he had the means to get them to Reaper 1's last transmitted location. Arlene and Kor'arx took position behind them with Harriet in tow, now armed with Ta'ro's very alien pistol. Finally, High Tower covered the group's six.

Everyone kept their eyes ahead, above, and behind. They were dealing with at least two different hostile types. One, a bloodthirsty rabble of vicious humans, the other a life form with enough strength to throw around Kor'arx with ease and enough agility to move away completely unheard. They had to tread carefully.

The distance to the crossroads was covered easily enough and without incident. The walls and flooring were covered in dirt and grime, spattered throughout with other fluids. The ship was unlike a Kor'vattra (tau navy) vessel in the extreme.


The group turns left per Harriet's instruction. The lights were dim, impeding Harriet's vision. The blacksun filters did a good job of finding ambient light, but even still it was hard not to accidentally kick a cable every now and again, as the cabling was exposed from the ceilings and along the walls.

After a distance almost exact to what Harriet described was a sealed bulkhead. Above it, in Gothic, read "Officer's Quarters - Access Restricted"
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:59 pm

As the lights grew dim, Harriet's free hand moved automatically to pull down the photo visors over her eyes, which immediately improved her vision. It was certainly useful being able to utilise her hands again.
While she followed along at the back of the group, she found her mind kept returning to the interaction that had just ended. Initially she had thought Taro was following the instructions of the Fourth Tau but her outburst had proved this false. Based on the data so far and considering how Arlene seemed to give instructions to everyone, she was still in command. That was easy enough to understand.

What was more confusing was the relative fervor in which they had responded. To Taro, Arlene and the fourth Tau it seemed a major point that she had a weapon. She had carried weapons prior to this, indeed she had two just before meeting them. She would have understood better if they were annoyed about her hands being free, she had been restrained by previous Captains after taking things apart. Perhaps it was the weapon itself that was special? Maybe they didn't want her to learn its workings? That again didn't make a lot of sense- anything that she learnt would be passed to the group if needed. Perhaps the weapon was symbolic in some way? If they had wished her to be martially effective they would have returned her own weapons, something the Fourth Tau seemed at least aware of. She was trained and had some limited experience with them. Perhaps the Tau only liked it when you used their weapons? This weapon might be a symbol of her joining them? It didn't make a lot of sense to her either but some others put a lot of value in symbols and ceremony.  In any case it was something else to put aside for the moment. She would hopefully learn something later that would help make it all make sense.

She watched ahead as the sealed bulkhead came into view. Interesting, she thought, it was up last time. It was a similar type to others she had opened. She wondered how the Tau would open it.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Aug 08, 2018 6:23 am

Taro nodded to the ex-prisoner and looked at her levelly.

"Use it. I assure you it is in fine working condition."

He knew there would be backlash over his decision. But he'd made the right choice...he hoped. At least, should they be ambushed again or in a firefight, it wouldn't take precious seconds to unbind and arm Harriet. Or sit there discussing it as the enemy fire filled the air. They were in this together now and he hoped he would't regret it.

"Let's get moving. We can discuss this when Reaper 1 is accounted for."

He moved with purpose, checking his readings to make sure they were headed the right way. Once they made it to the officer's quarters, he stopped with the rest, eager to see how they would proceed.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Aug 08, 2018 2:28 pm

Coming to the door, Kanna examines it for a minute, inspecting for traps and such. He didn't expect and retaliatory devices per se, but he did expect at least a sophisticated electronic lock that would engage heavy duty bars to keep the bulkhead secure.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Aug 08, 2018 2:31 pm

Kanna finds no traps, sophisticated or otherwise. He doesn't even find the door to be locked, but simply closed.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Wed Aug 08, 2018 2:52 pm

"its unlocked, no obvious traps" he says lowly, suddenly wary of waning threats on the other side of their presence.

He retains a firm, two handed grip on the carbine and awaits Arelene's order to enter.....
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Thu Aug 09, 2018 7:04 am

Ur'Na nods at Kanna's observation, although she was a little confused. She was pretty sure there was some inventive Gue'La phrases that opened doors like this, but Kanna seemed to think otherwise. Moving to stand behind the door-frame, Ur'Na signalled to Sa'Saum and Arlene to take positions further back. Pointing to Kanna, then the opposite side of the door-frame, then a grenade on her belt. She then turns to Taro, and motions beside her and gestures to the door. Finally, she leans against the frame, and looks down the sights of the pulse blaster. Sa'Saum, used to the tactics and signals used by Ur'Na, took cover, and slowly moved the markerlight over the door, waiting for targets to focus on.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Thu Aug 09, 2018 1:03 pm

Once they were all in position, Kanna nods to them all and awaits for nods of readiness in return.

Once he had that, he opens the mechanism and kicks the door in as hard as he could.....
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Thu Aug 09, 2018 2:24 pm

Kanna's foot connects with the bulkhead door solidly... just as it was sliding up and into the wall above it. The movement pushes his foot up, not necessarily knocking him back and onto his ass [Heath, that can be your call lol]. Inside, the same low-light gloom pours out.

The hallways is much the same, only here fifteen or so rooms spread out on each side of the hallway - 8 on one side, 7 on the other. With the sound of Kanna's kick still reverberating through the hall, the team moves in cautiously.

Movement from the ceiling draws your attention. Dangling, like sick wind chimes, are limbs. Arms, legs, hands & feet dangle and sway, suspended by thin wires for the length of the passageway. They are mostly human, but the odd tau appendage is above as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:39 am

The pulse pistol was hanging down by her waist in her right hand. Harriet would have preferred to put it into her belt, it was clear it wouldn't fit into her holster being much thicker that her auto-pistol, but Taro had said that she must use it. It had been a fairly vague command but she assumed he meant that she was to shoot the cultists with it. They hadn't seen any since the canteen.

The Tau had all moved into tactical position around the door, clearly prepared for ambush, but when the bulkhead rose up there seemed to be nothing left alive. She waited as the others moved through and then followed Arlene, aware of the significant Kor'arx moving at the same time. There was something markedly different about the corridor since her last visit. Limbs hung down from the ceiling suspended on thin wires. Hacked human limbs for the most part but also some blue skinned appendages that were clearly Tau. Harriet stopped moving and stared up at them through the lenses of her photo visors, inspecting each limb one by one.

She had never seen anything like this before. Her initial thought had been that it was something to do with Demonology, part of a ceremony to pray to one of the Chaos gods, but the limbs fit no pattern that she could recognise. They just seemed to be hanging there. Could it be a warning? Or perhaps an expression of some feeling? Was it significant that it was outside the rooms of the lower officers? A closer inspection seemed to indicate not. Some of the limbs might be from the officers, but others were clearly from cultists too as well as the Tau. They just seemed to be a random collection of limbs. Their age varied dramatically as well. Some were in an advanced state of decay, while others- the Tau especially- were clearly fresh. She had been looking especially to see if she could recognise any as having belonged to her former crew but none seemed to be from them. It was likely that most of them were dead now, and considering the proclivities of the cultists it would probably be better if they were.

During her travel to the bridge she had seen the bodies of Zecks, Zadia and Till, their insides ripped out and consumed. Rodolfus and Eliza had been chained to a wall, both still injured but still alive. Cassie had been strung up on a pillar while a cultist priest had urged his followers to chant. She had assumed that it was the latter's psychic powers that had been the cause for her special treatment. When she thought of her former crew, and their likely fates, she had an odd feeling inside her. She had only known each of them a short time but she felt almost what felt like relief not to see any of their limbs. This was strange, something to maybe consider later.

She nodded up at the limbs and spoke in a low voice to the group in general.
"The hanging limbs were not here when I first came through. They come from a variety of sources, some are Tau of course but there are also members of the former crew and some belonging to the cultists themselves. The way they are hanging has no specific link to any 'daemon' worship that I have read about. Some of them are old and some very recent which may indicate that this is a place that they return to."

Having taken all the data she could from the limbs she brought her gaze back down and looked up the corridor again.


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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:17 am

As the door rose, slowly revealing grisly horror, Ur'Na blanched behind her helmet. A look at Sa'Saum confirmed her suspicions. They had seen numerous horrors in the lower decks. Torture rooms, corpses  missing limbs and chunks of flesh, and corridors smeared in blood. And yet, nothing quite like this.

"This ship is the very worst of humanity." Ur'Na whispered, staring around in despair. As the Gue'La offered her information, Ur'Na nodded, at least until she mentioned an unfamiliar term.

"Day-man worship? I do not know that term."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:28 am

The fourth Tau spoke from the front. Harriet wasn't sure, not having a lot of experience matching feelings in the Tau tongue but it sounded like she spoke with some emotion. Earlier she had been annoyed but this emotion was different. Perhaps she recognised some of the limbs.
Her first words were a bit of a curiosity. Was this ship the very worst example of humanity? She had never really considered things in terms of good or bad. Information was generally facts and facts were true and had no particular emotion attached. However it was true that sometimes, actually frequently the information she gave created emotions in others. Sometimes it might result in Harriet getting something beneficial, or she might receive punishment. She understood that actions had consequences- to her and to others, but she rarely thought of things that happened beyond the fact that they did. The worst thing that had ever happened to her had been done by another human but she didn't know if it was worse than this ship. She might need to formulate a scale.

She hadn't been able to think on an applicable Tau word for Daemon and had used the Low Gothic in its place, assuming its meaning was understood but she could see now that was a mistake. She felt annoyed at herself. It had been foolish to make an assumption like that.
Turning to the fourth Tau, she tried to think of a suitable explanation.

"I did not explain myself adequately. The term 'daemon worship' refers to a specific religious practice. As you know many Gue'la follow O'ranerra'Acaya'm'ra'denta (The Emperor) as their living Bur'xan (God). However almost all Gue'la believe in Bur'xan (Gods) who have a Balai (dark mind). A significant number of Gue'la worship them and other Balai Aun'sho'la (Dark Celestial energy beings), or 'Daemon'. They believe that doing certain acts of violence and bloodletting they can receive gifts from the Bur'xan (Gods). It is also widely believed that these Balai Aun'sho'la (Dark Celestial Energy beings) can take even form and can carry out acts of violence. My first assumption when seeing the display above us was that it might be an example of such worship, but it does not match any of the images or descriptions I have read. Generally the religious practices they follow are very specific."

She looked back at the helmet of the Fourth Tau and waited for any further questions.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Sat Aug 11, 2018 12:32 pm

Daemons... She thought, as a shot of adrenaline coursed through her system. As physically uncomfortable as it made her, she kept her emotions in check. She had seen how horrendous humans could be back on T'ros, but this was on an entirely new level. She wouldn't allow herself to succumb to the fear, not so long as she was in command.

Arlene gave a point back to Harriet. "What she said. Don't think about it too much or you'll go crazy. More importantly, keep your guns up, Dae'mons are the embodiment of destruction." At that, Arlene motioned to move forward, but made sure to check ceilings, walls, and dark corners as they moved, hoping to catch anything before it jumped out at them.
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:51 am

Taro had read of these so called "day-muns" in various texts that he had picked up over the few years that the Imperium had piqued his interest. He hadn't quite fully grasped the concept due to the fact that it didn't seem an issue to him. The Tau were different, and had different issues to deal with. The enemy wasn't this "chaos." It was the Imperium itself and all it stood for. He listens to them converse about it, while trying his best to avoid looking up at the ceiling. This proved rather tough as it seemed no matter how hard he didn't want to look, curiosity got the better of him. The appendages were abhorrent and whatever or whoever had done this would need to be punished for their actions.

This truly was a horrific ship with all manner of terrifying monstrosities aboard it.

He shuddered at the thought of having to deal with these creatures, but what needed to be done must be done.

"Thank you for the explanation, gue'la. It had broadened my horizons somewhat and let me look at knowledge I had previously learned in a different way. However, should we encounter those that worship this...please use the pistol I have provided to eliminate them."
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 2.1: Re-Engage the Fear Machine (IC)   Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:48 am

Kanna caught himself just before he fell on his ass.

He looks at the hanging limbs and shudders, then he has to suffer through the chatter.

"Keep quet!." he says, much more harshly than intended, almost as if he was unnerved or a demon himself.
"This talk serves no purpose. Continue later." he says, an edge of frantic anger in his voice.

Without any other preamble, he steps into the room, intently keeping watch for anything...
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