CTO Lt Feyna

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby Aoibhe Ni » Fri Feb 27, 2015 1:45 am

Gotta wonder if she's reading tactical reports or total smut!
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Great piece of writing, Soph. Great to see you back logging again. :)

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby Sophie Wakeling » Sun Mar 01, 2015 9:09 pm

"Someone to shag"? Hey, she could could get anyone she wanted...she just needs to find someone she wants! :p

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby C. J. Short » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:22 am

She could get anyone she wanted, whether they were willing or not.
"As long as I have a want, I have a reason for living. Satisfaction is death." - George Bernard Shaw, Overruled

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby Sophie Wakeling » Tue Aug 04, 2015 12:23 pm


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Postby Sophie Wakeling » Mon Nov 30, 2015 7:46 pm

The pain in her chest was in rhythm with her heartbeat. Thump throb...thump throb....thump throb.
The used it to focus. The timing was more important than the aftermath of the sudden run from the station. That timing was more important than the other pain she felt. The thought that she, in some way, could be construed as responsible for letting Rome get taken.
Feyna stood at her station, tapping on the panels in front of her, attempting to not show to the rest of the bridge.
She had left him on his own. She was supposed to be his shadow, supposed to protect him. It was her job. Her main job. Why she met him in the first place. Why she had joined Starfleet. Why she had joined STAR. Why she had...well, why she had obeyed his orders.
It wasn't the first time that she had caused bloodshed before, but meting out death like that had been in her past. Before Starfleet, before Rome. Only Lyon would really understand.
She bit her lip hard, knowing that in reality she couldn't have stopped it. That she would have had to leave Rome alone to return to the ship, if only to keep the STAR mission classified. And Adria would have got to him then. The coppery taste in her mouth brought her back to herself.
Rome, the man who had turned her into a cold murderer. The man who had at least suspected her past in intel, taking advantage of it.

She could feel a small burst of adrenaline taking over the pain as she imagined how it would be. She would be the one to save him, to cut him free from whatever bonds that Adria had him in. And then he would feel beholden to her, perhaps even grateful, if he was able to feel that.

Joanne wasn't sure if she was able to hate and care for someone at the same time, but Rome was definitely getting her near that point.

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby Einar S » Mon Nov 30, 2015 7:54 pm

that was a brilliant log Sophie, well done! So rare to see into the mind of Feyna but I love it so much when it happens
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CTO Lt Feyna and Captain Rome SD11601.25

Postby Sophie Wakeling » Mon Feb 01, 2016 3:13 pm

The adrenalin was wearing off. The banter, the precision shooting, the
knowledge of rescuing Niamh but her losing her baby, Adria in the brig: She
needed a break.

Having requested to be the one to check up on Rome and Danann, Feyna leant
against the wall of the turbo lift, unpinning her hair and massaging her
scalp. She couldn't even really recall which floor she had requested, as she
stepped out into the corridor. Looking around, she realised she had indeed
headed towards Sickbay. The double doors were just ahead of her, in the wall
a few yards ahead. She paused, thinking what brought her there. It wasn't
Danann. Even if she had woken, she wouldn't want visitors. Not her anyway,
it was too soon. But there was someone else who had required fixing, and so
she waited, knowing he wouldn't let himself be kept in there longer than
necessary.

She could hear him arguing with Rousseau and Lee both, so she sighed and
stepped towards the doors and placed her hands on her hips as she squared
off against him.

"Just fix me up, you said it yourself. It's not critical so I can return
here after I hear what she has to say!"

For a fleeting moment, Joanne wished again that she'd had her knife on her.
Rome was on the warpath, and the presence of it on her hip gave
her....courage wasn't the right word. She faltered with her thinking, why
she felt she needed a weapon around Rome, and proceeded to ignore it. It
wasn't the time, as the sick bay doors opened and she stood steady.

Lee shook her head in silent indignation as she ran the dermal regenerator
over the wound on his shoulder. "You're in no critical danger no, so we
can't hold you here....but she can" Lee said as she glanced over at Joanne.

Feyna's left eyebrow raised slightly, before addressing Rome directly. "I'll
take you out of here. Not to her, but out of here. Holo deck, for a
Raktajino, quarters, your choice, except to the brig."
She ignored a little noise that came from the mouse of a Doctor. "We still
need to talk. Enough time has passed."

Rome pushed Lee away and stood up, pulling the vest back over his shoulder
"No. I'm the only one she will talk to, you know that." He ignored Lee's
protests as he grabbed his bloodied jacket from the biobed and held it up,
examining the tear in the fabric where the knife had sliced through. "I
don't need to be minded, Jo. I've been doing this for longer than you know"

She pulled a face at him. “You really are a stubborn mule. No one said you
couldn’t interrogate her, unless you’ve been told something I haven’t from
Lyon. And no one said you were being minded. So just listen for a damn
minute. We are getting out of here, sitting down somewhere and hashing this
out. I’m fed up with feeling antagonistic and worried about you at the same
time. This is about me, not you for once. So Captain, “ She risked a
glance at Lee, glad she wasn’t a permanent crew member seeing how she was
addressing Rome. “We need to talk.”

Jonathan grabbed the commbadge off the jacket and fastened it to his vest,
then handed the jacket, unceremoniously, to a passing nurse for recycling.
"Joanne....yes, you're right" he said as he stalked towards her and grabbed
her arm as he led her out of Sickbay. "But now is not the time. I don't know
how Lyon runs this ship, but we are still in the middle of this
investigation, and there's no time for a teaparty....but I promise you, we
will sit down when this is over and talk"

She let herself get manoeuvred as she threw him a disgusted look. “Tea
party? You really don’t know me, do you?” There was only one place that he
would be wanting to go, and she gave no objection, though she intended to
make it as slow a journey as she could.
“It shouldn’t take long. We can walk and talk, as long as you don’t mind
passing crew overhearing. I don’t.” she ended, a little challengingly.
“And then you can go talk to your…. well, her. Lyon didn’t directly tell me
to stop you.”

"I'd like to see him try" Jonathan said half-jokingly as he led her down the
hall, then looked over his shoulder "Come on, get on with it. Tell me what
I've done wrong now"
Jo raised her eyebrows at him. She knew that he had been through a lot. But
this was the first time that they had been in conversation since a few tense
words while she was in recovery after their covert mission. She just let
the word drop between them as they walked. “STAR.” And she flinched away
slightly from his hand on her arm.

Jonathan lowered his arm "Yes. STAR. It was a success, couldn't have done it
without you....but you feel ashamed, you feel bad for killing. Is that it?"
he continued, his voice like he was talking to a child. "Well get over it,
Joanne. That's what we had to do. You think I enjoyed it? No, I did it
because it HAD to be done"
She didn’t reply for a moment, biting her tongue in frustration at how he
was making this out to be childish issue. She drew in a long breath through
her nose before replying quietly.
“I have killed before for Starfleet. I have blown ships out of existence. I
have, for intel, done it much closer up, and in many ways. But when I
agreed to serve on your vessel, I never expected to have those skills put to
use again. It did not HAVE to be done. It was just the most expedient way
to handle the situation. And you knew I would do it; That I wouldn’t
question you in the moment.” They reached the turbolift, and she strode into
it when the doors opened. Jo turned back to look at him in the corridor.
“I know you’ve been through a lot. But the Rome I knew would have
acknowledged what he had me do, and its impact. Obviously you are not him.”

"Perhaps not, but that Rome was also idealistic and stupid......Jo, I'm
sorry if I am not the man you want me to be, but it doesn't change the fact
that you are the only one I can trust, completely. Always will." He joined
her in the Turbolift and ordered it to the Brig. "I also need you to trust
me"
She had a metallic taste in her mouth from where she had been tamping
down her temper. “We shall see.” She let him take them down to the Brig.
“And we will see now. I’m coming in with you.”
She paused to wait for his reaction.
Rome nodded and punched the door controls. "After you".

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby Aoibhe Ni » Mon Feb 01, 2016 3:59 pm

Ooooooooh, nice ending, guys. Can't wait for later!

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby Sophie Wakeling » Mon Feb 29, 2016 8:40 pm

She could barely remember a time when she hadn’t liked Rome. When they first met, the formality, her annoying shadow-like tendencies that started from that initial moment: he had been her mission since Dixon had kil…

Her fingers continued tapping on the console, the idea of shore leave far from her mind, excepting the circumstance of Jonathan possibly being down there without a security detail, without her protecting him. She sighed, knowing that he would not allow it. She could probably convince him, playing the trust card if she really had to, but that’s one that needed to be used carefully. Jo needed to think like Dixon. If she were him, she would know by now that Adria was still alive. It wasn’t something they could keep quiet. The senior staff on the Hyperion knew, the security teams knew after Niamh’s ill thought out move, as does medical. And Captain Harris and a fair portion of his crew. And the relevant people in Starfleet. Too many people. Dixon would know, which means he would suspect that she had talked. He wouldn’t make his move yet. Too many people, too much suspicion, too high security. He would wait till our guard was down.

Like during shore leave a small voice told her. She was torn, torn between wanting to keep him safe, and wanting to keep him happy. Not for the first time, she wondered again if she was getting to emotionally attached to the crew. Them being happy shouldn’t matter, shouldn’t even be a consideration. And a few years ago, it wouldn’t have been. But now she cared. She cared for the lost soul of Niamh; of her beautiful boys Rojer and Ethan, who had been with her the longest; and, Yes, the broken and yet still functioning Jonathan Rome.

Without a hesitation she put a search on Rome’s comm badge, and kept it up on the side of her console screen. She may not shadow him in person, but she could at least do that.

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Re: CTO Lt Feyna

Postby Einar S » Mon Feb 29, 2016 8:50 pm

that was very good Sophie! I love it when Feyna gets 'real' :)
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