Lost in Spaaace! (RP Thread)

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"Is there anyone here!"
David gently pushed the Doctor back.
He then holstered his weapon and pulled the cover off.
He kneeled down and hit Night Vision to see Ace hanging from a ladder.
"Hello? Do you need any help there?" He asked.

"That makes you Issacson. We are in the middle of booting the AI, let Mr. Law focus, he's in the middle of selecting another module as we speak. If you want you can keep an eye on that middle terminal, some unknown person is communicating with us."

"you presume correctly, now I'm going to ask you a question, what's your job?, if you're an engineer then head on down to the reactor and fix the cooling mechanism, if you're a priest, start praying an engineer does fix the cooling mechanism because without we all die"

Johann raised an eyebrow as he leaned against one of the few server blocks still standing. "I am a diplomat, Mr. Law, here to oversee the negotiation process with the martians. Unless you want me to draw up a terms of surrender for the cooling system, your frustration will get us nowhere. If somebody fixes my HUD, I could attempt to contact another engineer, but beyond that, there is little I can do. I am a man of words, Mr.Law, not science," Johann stated smoothly. He began idly toying with a torn cable, wrapping it around his fingers in complex knots and twists.

"I am a diplomat, Mr. Law, here to oversee the negotiation process with the martians. Unless you want me to draw up a terms of surrender for the cooling system, your frustration will get us nowhere. If somebody fixes my HUD, I could attempt to contact another engineer, but beyond that, there is little I can do. I am a man of words, Mr.Law, not science,"

Jake smirked at Johann's statement and then heard good news through his speaker, "Eli here, I got the radiation leak contained. I'll hang here awhile in case any issues crop up."

"Well Issacson it's looks like we won't be needing to surrender to the cooling system just yet" Jake said with a laugh, he then raised his PDA and patched himself through to Eli, "Roger that Eli, this is Dr. Gallows, I'm up here with Marcus, great work, you just saved our asses."

"Well now, as we're not all in imminent danger of atomization, I have to ask...where exactly are we?" Johan said, fishing his PDA out of his pocket. "The Ai engaged FTL, but to where? I sincerly hope someone bothered to give it emergency jump coordinates."

"Hell yes I'd like your help. I can't believe someone found me..." Ace said, reaching out to be pulled in by the stranger. "So there are other survivors," he whispered quietly. He was disappointed and relieved at the same time, a new sensation he had never felt before. He would dwell on his feelings later, right now he wanted to know who they were and how to get off.

"As my ID suggests, I'm Ace Jefferson, musician. And you two are?" He asked.

David Grabbed Ace's Hand and pulled him up from the Shaft.
"Good thing we found ya, David West, Security Detail, and this is...Dr. Cap-e-ck." David answered, clearing not knowing how to say Capek's name right.
"As for Survivors, we were just on our way to meet a few, just one thing, Musician?..."

The other monitor had yet a few more messages.

"i adjustd vents"
"i think leak is covered."
"might be ok"
"svr1 won't respond tho"

There was a really long pause before one last message.

"i think im done, if he made it tell gallows he could have been a engie"
"gj whoever u are :)"

Back to the main show... It was time to choose yet another module...

Thank you for using an Artificial Intelligence Management Utility Co-created by both, Acclimate Intelligent Data Solutions, and the Zeph-Tek Corporation.

AI Primary core: 97% healthy
CAUTION: AI Primary Core has Corrupt Files! Reconfiguration required!!!
AI Server 0 Task: Personality Matrix (Required)
AI Server 1 Task: POST FAILURE (HEX:14)
AI Server 2 Task: Emergency Situation Protocols
AI Server 3 Task: Life Support Safety
AI Server 4 Task: NOT FOUND
AI Server 5 Task: Please Select_
AI Server 6 Task: NOT FOUND
AI Server 7 Task: Awaiting Entry... (80%)
AI Server 8 Task: Awaiting Entry... (90%)
AI Server 9 Task: NOT FOUND

Please choose what to load next? (At the 60% mark)
1.Care Module
2.Science Examination Curiosity
3.Military Grade Defense Aggression
4.High-Security Watchdog Module
5.Electrical Management Module
6.Military Grade offensive Aggression
7.Military Grade Fabrication Module

"Well now, as we're not all in imminent danger of atomization, I have to ask...where exactly are we? The Ai engaged FTL, but to where? I sincerly hope someone bothered to give it emergency jump coordinates." Johan said looking over his PDA.

"That is the million credit question. Once we get this AI fully operational, hopefully it'll have some answers for us." Jake replied. He looked towards the middle screen as a new message appeared,

i think im done, if he made it tell gallows he could have been a engie

Jake smiled relieved, "Good, Ellie made it." Jake looked at the monitor, curiously it appeared that the message was only incoming and that they wouldn't be able to reply back, probably simply too much work to be done to want to chat. Jake turned back to his monitor, "Well it looks like we are ready for another module, Marcus."

"It's a long journey David, the last thing this ship needs is boredom in the crew and passengers. Wouldn't want them to do stupid things. I'm here to stop that." Ace said with a grin. It hadn't been the first time someone questioned him being a musician and frankly he was used to it by now. The first time he heard of a job as musician on a space-ship he was surprised too. But he didn't complain. The pay was good and he got to go to space!

"I am a diplomat, Mr. Law, here to oversee the negotiation process with the martians. Unless you want me to draw up a terms of surrender for the cooling system, your frustration will get us nowhere. If somebody fixes my HUD, I could attempt to contact another engineer, but beyond that, there is little I can do. I am a man of words, Mr.Law, not science."

Marcus rolled his eyes at this response, an action only known to him thanks to his helmet not bothering to take away any focus from his task to think up a response. He could think up several 'why don't you just talk with the machine to fix it' gags after he restored the A.I.

"Alright selecting the Electrical management Module, I do not want to have to deal with another power issue like that again, because as I said before if I'm going to die in the middle of space it's going to be when crushed in a black hole" Marcus chuckled to himself as he proceeded with loading the module the same as the others via a series of inputs that to anyone else would seem like a furious pressing of random buttons.

"Music Eh?...Yeah, those are good points, Bet you didn't bet on nearly dying huh?..." David said as he led the Group pass another door.
This one was Depressurised.
"Hey, Cap-eck, mind doing...whatever it is you do to air out the room a little?"

"Eh I don't mind. I'm lucky," Ace said mischievously, and little did the others know the truth behind his statement. Although there were others, he still believed that he was lucky to be alive and that he would make it out...or was he just reassuring himself?

[Thought I posted this...]

The main monitor would request yet another input after a short period of time.

Thank you for using an Artificial Intelligence Management Utility Co-created by both, Acclimate Intelligent Data Solutions, and the Zeph-Tek Corporation.

AI Primary core: 96% healthy
CAUTION: AI Primary Core has Corrupt Files! Reconfiguration required!!!
AI Server 0 Task: Personality Matrix (Required)
AI Server 1 Task: POST FAILURE (HEX:14)
AI Server 2 Task: Emergency Situation Protocols
AI Server 3 Task: Life Support Safety
AI Server 4 Task: NOT FOUND
AI Server 5 Task: Electrical Management Module
AI Server 6 Task: NOT FOUND
AI Server 7 Task: Please Select_
AI Server 8 Task: Awaiting Entry... (90%)
AI Server 9 Task: NOT FOUND

Please choose what to load next? (At the 80% mark)
1.Care Module
2.Science Examination Curiosity
3.Military Grade Defense Aggression
4.High-Security Watchdog Module
5.Military Grade offensive Aggression
6.Military Grade Fabrication Module

After an even longer wait, the other monitor would display one more message.

"stay out of aux engn control dangerous no air/grav once your in you cant get out waiot until ai clrs it"

"It's Dr. 'Capek'. Ca-pek" She said with a sigh, surrendering to the fact the soldier would likely never pronounce her name correctly, while moving to the console. The console indicated the room lacked pressurized atmosphere. "I'm not sure what I can do if there's a leak, but I'll take a look." she offered, taking a seat before the computer and reading displays; the musician and soldier continuing their conversation.

It took a few minutes going through the data before she figured out the cause of the problem - a small hole in the ceiling venting to space. "That's not good. I'm not sure there is much I can do to fix this without a space suit." she said aloud to herself before an enormous smile broke on her face. "HA! Fucking got it!" she exclaimed, grabbing her damaged HUD.

Before anyone could ask, she had broken the device open and removed the transmission/reception circuit. She then plugged the device into the computer at the door. A few minutes fiddling with the device and an image of the room appeared on the computer screen. The contents of the room were scattered about - much like her science lab had been. A half-meter hole in the side of the ship lead off into the blackness of space.

Finally noticing the bewildered looks on her companions faces, most likely caused by her sudden outburst and subsequent HUD cannibalization, she blushed slightly; realization of her sudden lack of refinement. "Sorry. Just figure out how to fix it." she explained pointing to the label on the door: "Robotics Lab C-6: Maintenance Robots"

David saw the Sign and smiled.
"Nice one Doc, Nice one..." He said as he peered into the Computer screen as Capek summoned several repair robots to seal the room.
He then looked though the Door's Window as they began to lock down the room by welding a large piece of sheet metal over the gap.


WILL RETCON IF SOMEONE WANTS ME TO
After a few minutes, the Bot's finished the repairs, but Without the AI, the Room was still devoid of Oxygen or Gravity Control.
"Mmmm...well now...the Room is sealed but still has no air, would it be safe to partially open it and let the air in here fill up the room? The Zero-G ain't really a problem..."

"Mmmm...well now...the Room is sealed but still has no air, would it be safe to partially open it and let the air in here fill up the room? The Zero-G ain't really a problem..."

Iskierka considered the idea for a moment. "That shouldn't be a problem, but we should probably grab hold of something when we open the door. Wind and all." she offered, grabbing hold of the pipe assembly nearest the computer. "When you're ready, I'll release the door." she finished.

David hugged the wall right next to the edge of the door and nodded.
Capek pressed the button and the door slightly opened, creating a vacuum.
The Air in the room raced out to fill the empty space.
After a few moments, it was safe to proceed.
David entered the room, running and jumping into the Zero-G, flipping in mid-air and reaching the other side without touching the ground.
"Clear!"

"Wait what?" Ace asked before being swept of his feet. He hadn't been paying any attention the conversation at all and this had cost him. If not for the rail holding he was next to, he would have flown into the wall and hurt his head again. Ace was giving more thought to the possibility that he could have died than he usually did. This alarmed him more than the temporary vacuum the Dr.Capek had created. Get a grip.

Marcus cracked his neck to the side, the strain of looking down at the screen for the entirety of the reboot process finally starting to take it's toll on him, he never ceased however his hands still flying over the keyboard. The message about the Auxiliary engine control now coming equipped with a skylight didn't worry him all that much, what concerned him the most was the face the A.I core's health was degrading.

"crap, if it keeps degrading at this rate then it's going to hold, alright I should add that to my 'to-do' list when I'm done with this, it was designed so repairs could be made to it without having to power it down each time so we should be fine"

Marcus decided to load the Care module next, it would help with the management of the ship so it was an obvious choice although after that he had no idea what to select because all but the science examination Curiosity or the High-Security watchdog module seemed useless to him he had a few minutes to decide between the two.

"Hey Issacson, there's something about me that strikes me as odd about you, what exactly are you doing here?, on a warship, I mean we're already at war sorta seems like the last time for diplomacy of any kind so what exactly would you have done around here if we weren't dead in the vacuum?" Marcus asked not taking his eyes off the terminal screen as he spoke, Johann's very presence on this ship striking him as suspicious.

The main monitor would request yet another input after a short period of time.

Thank you for using an Artificial Intelligence Management Utility Co-created by both, Acclimate Intelligent Data Solutions, and the Zeph-Tek Corporation.

AI Primary core: 96% healthy
CAUTION: AI Primary Core has Corrupt Files! Reconfiguration required!!!
AI Server 0 Task: Personality Matrix (Required)
AI Server 1 Task: POST FAILURE (HEX:14)
AI Server 2 Task: Emergency Situation Protocols
AI Server 3 Task: Life Support Safety
AI Server 4 Task: NOT FOUND
AI Server 5 Task: Electrical Management Module
AI Server 6 Task: NOT FOUND
AI Server 7 Task: Care Module
AI Server 8 Task: Please Select_
AI Server 9 Task: NOT FOUND

Please choose what to load next? (At the 90% mark)
1.Science Examination Curiosity
2.Military Grade Defense Aggression
3.High-Security Watchdog Module
4.Military Grade offensive Aggression
5.Military Grade Fabrication Module

Johann sighed. Why was it the military never understood that War was a means to an end?
"Mr. Law, this ship was intended to decimate the Martian fleet, set up a base of operations, and put an end to the Martian threat once and for all, am I correct? What do you think would have happened after we had won? Did you think we would just return to Earth, leaving the smoking rmenants of the Martian colonies behind, with only a token garrison to watch over several million angry and most likely homeless civilians? My job was to conduct negotiations with the enemy leadership. To se if they could be reasoned with. Hopefuly, once we had destroyed their fleet, they would've surrendered peacefuly, and all I would have had to do was arrange their terms of surrender, and oversee the distribution of aid supplies. A far harder job than firing a torpedo or fixing engines, Mr. Law." Johann said, smirking slightly.

Marcus let out a short chuckle at what Johann said not able to face him directly due to his current task but still able to drum up a rebuttal.

"Oh right I forgot, your job is to set the rules so that the Martians know exactly what to break when they start the next war and trust me there will be another war because do you honestly think the entirety of the Martian population is just going to roll over and hand it all over to us, sure some might, some might swallow their pride for the time being and choke it down, but they will be angry, they will always be angry and that anger will lead to rebellion and then the whole show starts over again. Oh and if you honestly think that's more difficult than repairing an engine on one of these ships, then boy am I glad you're not an engineer" Marcus replied putting as little emotion into his words as possible, he knew his type, a diplomat, he'd try to read into everything you said and did just to find one little opening, but while he waited he still had an A.I to restore so he settled with selecting the next module.

He selected the Science Examination Curiosity, hoping it would better equip the A.I to examine the situation around them and calculate just where in space were they, he hoped it was at least somewhere close to their solar system so they could either fly or god willing make the jump back, he thought he might as well let the rest of the ship know that the reboot process was almost complete.

"Ladies and gentlemen of the S.S aurora, this is Ensign Marcus law speaking, The A.I reboot process is 90% percent complete and should be finished in about 5- 10 minutes, so sit tight and soon you'll have a machine to argue with about just how screwed we are, oh and until then don't go until auxiliary engine control I'm told it now resembles a vacuum" Marcus said smiling, filling up with pride at his own work.

"Ladies and gentlemen of the S.S aurora, this is Ensign Marcus law speaking, The A.I reboot process is 90% percent complete and should be finished in about 5- 10 minutes, so sit tight and soon you'll have a machine to argue with about just how screwed we are, oh and until then don't go until auxiliary engine control I'm told it now resembles a vacuum"

"Good to know, I'm Checking the Next room, Keep up." David said to the others as they entered Zero-G.
He entered a hallway with several different directions.
"Awww crap, wished I kept that map..."

"Alright, nicely done Marcus!" Jake smiled, he could relax, things were finally winding down and soon answers would be had. and after that I can head to my quarters and get my briefcase. Jake didn't like being parted from it, especially when there was relevant information contained in it.

Johann flicked an imaginary speck of dust off his suit, not even bothering to respond to the engineers words. He got the feeling they were not going to be friends. "I'll have to watch that one," He thought. "Since we're currently scattered throughout the ship, it would be advisable that we arrange an area where we can meet up with the others. Their route to Life systems may be blocked," Johann said, waiting for the inevitable snarky reply from Markus.

With the final module selected, the percentage would slowly rise...
92...
93...
94...

With all of the modules selected, and the server errors flashing in red... The AI core would remain at 96%. Another error would flash.

SMART: 0xB7 error on Raid Disk 7. The AI will replace this disk when possible.

Even though Marcus may not be the best with computers, he at least knew that everything would be okay, despite this error.

97...
98...
99...

This was it... Here it comes... God, why did it always hang at 99%?

As soon as it hit 100% The entire ship shifted... Marcus, Jake, Johann... The three of them were thrown backwards, off their feet, and onto the floor. All three monitors went blank for a moment before a rather interesting face appeared on the one Marcus was using. She appeared human, Caucasian, but her skin had a hint of purple as what appeared to be busses, similar to a circuit board ran along her face, to her eyes, mouth, nose and along the side of her head.

"Apologies." She would state to the three. "We were in Dead Faster-Than-Light Travel. I had to expend some of the remaining fuel to stop us. If I were to hit something at this speed, there would be no Aurora."

She would pause for a moment, as if pondering something. "Scanning..." she would let the others know. "Internal Scanners are at a maximum of 35% in areas I can see. External Scanners, outside of my jurisdiction, efficiency is below the required threshold that will allow me to report my findings at will." The AI then got a surprised look on her face. "Extreme Danger! Approximately 99% of my Crew manifest appears to be Missing in Action, or Killed in Action!"

"Extreme Danger: Numerous Decks have lost pressure. Mooring is required to restore lost atmosphere and repair all damage. I will lock down all decks I can see that are in a vacuum state, or a Zero-Gravity State, provided I am able to detect that there is no life within. I have enabled the Bastion Protocol, as I have detected that all command staff is Missing in Action."

"I have seven addition warnings. I have also detected that all PSS Shield Systems are running at below optimal levels, as such, I have re-enabled all Personal Shield Recharging stations. Please place your PSS module on the magnetic charging surface."

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Meanwhile, where the other group was... They too, got the interesting toss toward the front of the ship. David found himself pushed "downward", forcing him to fall on his side, and bounce ever so slowly away from the wall, toward the other end of the hallway. Iskierka, Ace, and Eli were also tossed around the area they were in, but all of them could recover after a few moments of getting shoved around in a Zero-G environment. Eventually, one of the monitors near by came on, showing off the AI in her intricate appearance.

"Apologies." She would state to the group. "We were in Dead Faster-Than-Light Travel. I had to expend some of the remaining fuel to stop us. If I were to hit something at this speed, there would be no Aurora." She paused, as if looking around to find them. "Please take a moment to exit the Zero-Gravity environment., your Personal Shield Systems are all running below optimal levels, and must be recharged. Please find a newly activated Shield system, and place your PSS module on the magnetic contact surface to charge it. Emergency protocol "Bastion" enabled. Please navigate to Mess Hall 4, and await further instruction."

Johann removed his PSS, placing it on the charging surface as intsructed. As it was charging, he leaned against a server, watching the others. He suspected Mr. Law may become a problem in the near future, but Johann couldnt be bothered to have an argument, so he kept silent. He didnt know quite what to make of Gallows, having not spoken more than a few words to him, but he got the feeling the doctor didnt exactly dislike him. He remembered the broken HUD in his pocket.
"Mr. Law, please fix this for me. I imagine we will be able to navigate the ship easier if we all have a working headset."

"Huh...Ok..." David answered as he went for the rest of his group, even with the A.I. Back online, this ship was really damaged and now is not the time to spilt up.
"Oi, This way!" He shouted back as he tried to figure out just where Mess Hall 4 was again...

Jake got to his feet, brushing off his suit and looking towards his shoes.

Jake opened his suit coat, removed his PSS and tossed it onto the charging surface. He turned toward the monitor the AI was displaying on "So 'AI' do you have a name for yourself? And I'm guessing it would be too much to ask for you to just turn us back towards Earth, huh?"

The AI turned 'her' attention toward Jake. "I am Aurora. I have many names. Programming from the Zeph-Tek Corporation suggests I should be called 'Cerberus', however, I like the name that Acclimate has suggested more, 'Codex.' You may call me what you wish."

The Ship's AI paused for a moment. "Unfortunately, my Scanning systems are defective, I am not able to make any decisions based on what I can detect outside of the ship, nor am I able to perform any ship-wide decisions without input from a human being, unless all crew from Manifests are killed, or missing. I apologize, but I do not know where Earth is. My scans indicate the possibility of jamming, false information, or severe damage."

"I have requested a group of your colleagues to please return to Mess Hall 4. May I ask you to do the same? There may be an intruder in Auxiliary Engine control. I am detecting a faint heat signature, however, I am unable to scan for identification. Furthermore, this member is non-responsive. Shall I request Security to investigate?"

"Send security? Maybe you should scan Auxiliary Engine control again, we've been told it has no air or gravity, so unless you send a bot or someone in a suit, it'll be a short trip." Jake said, remembering the message from earlier. "I'll meet your group in the mess hall, I can't speak for Marcus and Johann, we've been making our own decisions up till this point. Can you upload a map with a path to my room onto my PDA, Codex? After your meet-up, I need to grab some supplies from it." He eyed his PSS, waiting for it to fully charge.

"We were in Dead Faster-Than-Light Travel. I had to expend some of the remaining fuel to stop us. If I were to hit something at this speed, there would be no Aurora. Please take a moment to exit the Zero-Gravity environment, your Personal Shield Systems are all running below optimal levels, and must be recharged. Please find a newly activated Shield system, and place your PSS module on the magnetic contact surface to charge it. Emergency protocol "Bastion" enabled. Please navigate to Mess Hall 4, and await further instruction."

Eli groaned as the AI gave its announcement. After he had finished with the rad. leak, he'd flopped heavily into a nearby chair. Prior to the attack, he had been working sixteen hour days trying to keep on schedule for Aurora's launch, and that combined with all of what had just happened left in a severely fatigued state. What all this meant was that when the AI hit the brakes, he'd been sound asleep.

Propelling himself across the now gravityless room, the first thing he did was check the engines. Well thank fuck for small miracles. He thought, see that there were no new warning lights. "Guess I'll go meet up with everyone else." Launching off back the way he'd come, something that the AI had said was bugging him...We were in Dead Faster-Than-Light Travel... "Holy Shit!" He yelled, as he pulled himself back into the lift shaft. If we've been in FTL this whole time? "Where the fuck are we?" Tapping on his PDA as he went up, he made a note to grab Mr. Law and go do a visual of the Nav. Array, and enact repairs. Those repair bots the ship had were fine for simple jobs, but he'd always found them lacking with finicky work.

"Please wait John." The AI stated. Her avatar looking off to the side for a moment. "I have ran a lower level scan of the room. The heat signature appears to be a recently deceased crew-member. Apologies."

She would pause for a moment, disappointed, but then she would smile a little. "Please check your mail inbox, John. I have resent you a modified map. This map will cover the entirety of the ship, and has two additional layers you can remove once you have found your way."

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The AI would pause. Was that directed to her? "I apologize, Eli. But I am unable to answer that inquiry without specific parameters. My scans indicate the possibility of jamming, false information, or severe damage. As Engineering staff, I am permitted to notify that External Scanning Efficiency, or ESE, is at approximately 42%. 33% below the threshold where I am permitted to 'guess' at will. Please request my attention if you wish to ask any more inquiries, or to inquire about the 7 additional unread warning notices."

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It would only take about 30 seconds for the PSS modules to start flashing green, indicating that they were at full charging capacity. Once it was green, it would become active once it detected that it was close to the human body. If you wore HUD-Gear, a small pictograph of a shield would always be present in the upper corner of your view. It would appear to have two layers, with one disappearing if it got below 50%.

"We were in Dead Faster-Than-Light Travel. I had to expend some of the remaining fuel to stop us. If I were to hit something at this speed, there would be no Aurora. Please take a moment to exit the Zero-Gravity environment, your Personal Shield Systems are all running below optimal levels, and must be recharged. Please find a newly activated Shield system, and place your PSS module on the magnetic contact surface to charge it. Emergency protocol "Bastion" enabled. Please navigate to Mess Hall 4, and await further instruction."

Iskierka groaned. The sudden shock had sent her tumbling into one of the metallic walls of the robotics lab. She had been digging through the supplies looking for a replacement HUD - a task she seemed incapable of completing - when the ship stopped. as she righted herself, pain shot through her augmented shoulder. A quick inspection reviled the impact had unclasped part of the upper arm. Standing back up, she swung her arm back into position, sending another bolt of pain back up her shoulder, reconnecting the neural link. "...ow..." she moaned out.

Her arm returned to working condition, she glanced around the room. The remaining contents had been flung around as well. Among the displaced materials was a HUD - still in relatively good condition. "At least something good came out of this." she said to herself as she grabbed the device.

Iskierka switched the device to map mode and started to leave the room. Before she could however, a glimmer caught her eye. Investigating it, she found that it was a small golden ring - burned and deformed - floating in the Zero-G environment. With a sudden panic, she "swam" over to the ring and reclaimed it, securing it to her finger. "Almost lost you, Isaac."
she said, staring at the ring.

After a long, silent moment, she shook herself from her stupor and made her way into the hallway, pushing off the walls toward Mess Hall 4, stopping only briefly to recharge her PSS.

"Please check your mail inbox, John. I have resent you a modified map. This map will cover the entirety of the ship, and has two additional layers you can remove once you have found your way." The AI's modified map arrived in Jake's inbox immediately after the AI finished speaking.

Jake scooped up his PSS and began to put it on "Sweetheart, I realize you are probably under a lot of stress but my name is Jake, not John. Thank you for the map." The AI was clearly running several background scans, it would explain the error.

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