X82-37R: Waterfallter.   Posted by StarMaster.Group: 0
Jackie Carter
 SG-X2, 207 posts
 Human Explorer
 Air Force Major
Mon 27 Nov 2017
at 19:49
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
In reply to Travis Fox (msg # 748):

The biochemical research in this facility was very interesting.
Travis Fox
 SG-X2, 403 posts
 Full Apache Explorer
 Green Beret MSgt
Mon 27 Nov 2017
at 23:12
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
"I guess this facility is talking to you two this time, instead of me," Travis said to Kyle and Carter.

"I guess that means there are no Sha'Kri trapped in the machines here. Of course, this wasn't a mind-launching facility."

"Have you found any of the chemical or whatever it was still here? Have you found any records that indicate it was tested or used on any Goa'uld? Have you found the formula or process?"

Jackie Carter
 SG-X2, 208 posts
 Human Explorer
 Air Force Major
Tue 28 Nov 2017
at 03:29
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
In reply to Travis Fox (msg # 750):

I guess talking is a word that works. Computers aren’t all that much different. Just need the language of the people and math.
StarMaster
 GM, 837 posts
 Storyteller
 License to Tamper
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 17:04
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Coleman and Jason have no trouble returning to the research facility via the rapid transit system.

Nothing has changed, and they don't spot anything of more than general interest.
Coleman Hendricks
 SG-X2, 85 posts
 Human Scout
 Army Ranger LTC
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 17:42
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Coleman hops out and head back to where the scientists are doing their thing.

"Here's those 'artifacts' you requested, Carter." Coleman says, handing the knick-nacks over.

"I think you would've enjoyed the city, Fox; nature has largely encroached on it so it has kind of a peaceful feel.

How close are you two to being ready to go? I think whatever data you get here is all we're going to get out of this place for now, so if you're on to something good then we should get it, but if it seems like mostly just curiosities... like those 'collectibles', then we can let SGC decide whether to try to collect all the data or not."

Kyle McGuinness
 SG-X2, 196 posts
 Human Scientist
 Civilian
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 17:53
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Kyle gave a rueful grin.

"This civilisation is a bit technologically advanced for me. They also seem quite prosaic, businesslike."
Jason Bjorn
 SG-X2, 81 posts
 Human Soldier
 Army Ranger SSgt
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 18:32
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
"Well, that's what we're looking for," Jason adds. "The question is whether we can use any of it. Frankly, it doesn't sound like it did the Sha'kri any good... well, other than to let them escape."

"Even if we could harness their telepathy equipment, there's no way the entire Earth would or could evacuate. I suspect their telepathy let them be more... civilized. I'm having nightmares just trying to think of the problems evacuating Earth would cause."

"On the plus side, they did have starships. Not sure how much telepathy was used for normal ships."

"And, they may have found a... poison? Virus? ...that can stop the Goa'uld. Sadly, we're talking about genocide, but it's not like there's an alternative."

"So, what do you want to do now, boss? We're not really equipped or trained to explore the whole planet. We've found what we can from this place, right? Time to go explore another planet!"

Coleman Hendricks
 SG-X2, 86 posts
 Human Scout
 Army Ranger LTC
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 18:35
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
"Yeah, we should head home and get our next orders. This planet may be promising, but you're right about us not being the right team, at least right now, to try to explore the whole thing."
Jackie Carter
 SG-X2, 209 posts
 Human Explorer
 Air Force Major
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 18:48
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
In reply to Coleman Hendricks (msg # 756):

Well, first we aren’t a large enough team. A Company would probably be more re accurately needed for this. Part Military and probably mostly civilian tech experts.
Coleman Hendricks
 SG-X2, 87 posts
 Human Scout
 Army Ranger LTC
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 19:01
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
"Well, sounds like we're in agreement, then. Let's pack up and move out." Coleman assists with anything that needs packing, then leads the way back out and back to the gate. Once again he chats up the locals as a sort of friendly distraction while McGuinness dials out.
Jason Bjorn
 SG-X2, 82 posts
 Human Soldier
 Army Ranger SSgt
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 19:08
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
"Thinkin' the same thing," agreed Jason. "An army of geeks! And it'd still take them years to cover the whole planet."

"Besides, they got Sarnak's brain to pick... however faded or scrambled it is."

StarMaster
 GM, 838 posts
 Storyteller
 License to Tamper
Mon 11 Dec 2017
at 19:24
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
The team has no problem returning to the gate. There's another team dealing with Crom and the Cromar, so after checking in with them, you dial the gate, get clearance, and step through the gate back to Stargate Command.

General Hammond greets you, asks how the mission went, and expects a full report in two hours.

[OOC: The game was set up with the idea that the teams could have down time at SGC, or even off-base.

So,, my question is: do you want to do that? I'm okay with it. Or, we can fast forward to the next mission.]

Kyle McGuinness
 SG-X2, 197 posts
 Human Scientist
 Civilian
Tue 12 Dec 2017
at 13:05
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Kyle gathered all his notes and was ready to return. He still enjoyed going through the Stargate, that never got old.




OOC: How about downtime over Christmas and a new mission in the New Year?
Jackie Carter
 SG-X2, 210 posts
 Human Explorer
 Air Force Major
Tue 12 Dec 2017
at 16:24
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
In reply to Kyle McGuinness (msg # 761):

It might be nice for Jackie to visit her family for Christmas or some holiday in our downtime in story. she hasn’t been home in a while.
Coleman Hendricks
 SG-X2, 88 posts
 Human Scout
 Army Ranger LTC
Wed 13 Dec 2017
at 00:53
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
OOC: I like the idea of downtime over Christmas; IRL it is a hectic time of year, and IC (assuming it is also Christmas time IC), it is often a very desirable time to get leave during that time. I'll have to consider what Coleman does in his downtime, though. :D
Jason Bjorn
 SG-X2, 83 posts
 Human Soldier
 Army Ranger SSgt
Thu 14 Dec 2017
at 17:51
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Sounds like a plan to me!

Somebody post in the SGC threads to get this started.

Keep in mind, that we've just entered the Twelve Days of Christmas, and with New Year's Day a week later, that time is going to pass far more quickly than you think!
Jackie Carter
 SG-X2, 211 posts
 Human Explorer
 Air Force Major
Thu 14 Dec 2017
at 17:56
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
In reply to Jason Bjorn (msg # 764):

Actually 12 days of Christmas start on Christmas and end on January 5th aka Epiphany
StarMaster
 GM, 839 posts
 Storyteller
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Thu 14 Dec 2017
at 18:19
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Ha-ha! You tell 'em, Carter!


So we'll do downtime until January 2, when we'll go through the gate on a new adventure!

If anyone has any ideas on what kind of adventure or world you'd like to go to next, speak up!

I have lots of ideas myself, but I want to make sure you get something you want.

According to the character sheet, Kyle is still 1st level. He should be 2nd level by now.

In addition, everyone gains another level since the mission is now complete. So, when we start the next mission in January, everyone in SGX-2 should be 3rd level.

This message was last edited by the GM at 18:20, Thu 14 Dec 2017.

Kyle McGuinness
 SG-X2, 198 posts
 Human Scientist
 Civilian
Fri 15 Dec 2017
at 09:48
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Noted. I am on leave from the close today so I shall update the character sheet.

I'd like to meet a live civilisation I can talk to, if that's feasible, please.
Coleman Hendricks
 SG-X2, 89 posts
 Human Scout
 Army Ranger LTC
Mon 18 Dec 2017
at 17:37
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Coleman, relieved to get some leave, heads out to get some R&R. He considers, briefly, visiting one of his ex-wives' families, but thinks better of it. Instead he decides to go skiing for a bit, then head to his family's Christmas gathering. He can be the crazy uncle always interjecting politics into everywhere they don't belong and making holiday dinner suitably uncomfortable for everyone. Exiting. Also he can play some catch with his nephews and have a couple beers with his siblings.

OOC: I will try to get my character updated too. I'll have to look up how that all works, though. ;)
StarMaster
 GM, 851 posts
 Storyteller
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Tue 2 Jan 2018
at 22:03
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Just waiting for all of you to say you're ready to continue and you've update your characters to 3rd level!


If you need any help updating your character, just let me know.

This message was last edited by the GM at 22:43, Tue 02 Jan.

Jason Bjorn
 SG-X2, 85 posts
 Human Soldier
 Army Ranger SSgt
Tue 2 Jan 2018
at 22:42
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Just did mine. There's not much to it. Skill points, Special Abilities, Saving Throws, Vitality. Maybe Resource and Gear Picks.

As a Soldier, he's got all his equipment provided already.
Coleman Hendricks
 SG-X2, 90 posts
 Human Scout
 Army Ranger LTC
Tue 16 Jan 2018
at 19:18
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Coleman returns from his trip refreshed and ready to take on another world!

OOC: forgot to post until now, but I'm updated and ready :) Coleman does have some equipment picks to do, but they are per-mission picks, so once he knows the nature of the mission, he can pick up his bundles. :)
StarMaster
 GM, 854 posts
 Storyteller
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Tue 16 Jan 2018
at 19:43
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
Have you updated your character yet?
Coleman Hendricks
 SG-X2, 91 posts
 Human Scout
 Army Ranger LTC
Tue 16 Jan 2018
at 20:34
Re: X82-37R: Waterfallter Return
yes, I think so :)