Star Wars: Rebellious Intent

Too-Keet's Month off
Headachs, and shop work

over the month of time spent with the rebel fleet Too-Keet spent time improving the droid chassis of DDQ-1 and going through the systems of the Reluctant smoothing out what he could and hoping (in vain) to improve it's stability he also built a translator with the aid of Doeg

My old drill sargeant would not be pleased
PT, PT, and more PT

During my time in the Imperial Navy, I spent most of my time as an officer aboard a star destroyer, followed by a recruiting post for the Imperial Academy.  

Suffice to say, though I've always done well with blaster marksmanship, I hadn't quite kept up with the more physical aspects of soldiering.  I tried on some armor we had taken from a dead storm trooper, but found it tighter than I'd like to admit.  My old drill instructor from the academy wouldn't be pleased to see that.

I'll be hitting the gym a lot in this month, and running quite a few laps around the hanger deck.  This should help me fit into that light armor a bit better, as I've had a few too many brushes with death of late to ignore.

Mostly fruitless searching and learning some things are best left unheard

During the month of downtime that the crew of the Reluctant had, Davi spends most of it in the company of K4-R7 trying to wrest anything out of the ships computers.  While doing so, he starts learning Binary, and soon learns it might be a mistake as the droid just won't stop its continuous bubbly chatter.

What is down time?

In the month that was given Howle has spent his time working with various missions that have come up. When he has a free moment he is taking his time to dismantle and learn about the light saber that has been passed down from his family. While he may not have a connection with the force himself, he has taken time to watch and take in the interactions that others have with the holocron

DDQ-1 - Month of repairs

Over the course of the month I spent time  getting my main body repaired and upgraded, adding additional components and getting everything back up to normal operations.

I also got to play around with my new chassis and learn some of the ins and outs of that body.

Let's get down to business! To defeat! The sith!
Oo'la follows Master down the rabbit hole

During the month of downtime, Twi'Oola spends every waking moment with her new master.  She dreams of the force, she meditates through breakfast.  She urges her sister through weeks of training despite her reluctance.  Twi'la notices that her sister seems frustrated, but doesn't understand why because Tar'Ree is doing so good.  She must work harder to keep up with Tar'Ree.  Twi'la's relationship with the Master becomes a little more familiar, but she still doesn't ever quite manage to relax around him.  It affects her focus in her training occasionally.  She is not sure if he has noticed, and she's hoping Tar'Ree hasn't.

Doeg Doegs around the fleet

During the downtime Doeg has kept this gand very busy,

Doeg started with assisting Jawa Toot-keet in upgrading the joint response of DDQ1's primary combat processor, this entailed mainly carrying around DDQs processor and assuring it firmly that DDQ had no reason to and Doeg quotes "Forcibly disassemble the malfunctioning Desert Rat" Fortunately DDQ's assessment of Toot-keet's technical proficiency was wildly inaccurate, and with only moderate cost in resources, Toot-keet improved DDQ's response time and manual dexterity. This pleases Doeg.

Doeg finding oneself more or less unoccupied afterwards  proceeded to tour through the various medical facilities within the main fleet. While visiting on the Mon Calamari cruiser Liberty, Doeg assisted with a small outbreak of a previously diagnosed contagion that was effecting Mon Calamari crew members. Doeg studied the pathogens and symptoms and deduced that the patients were suffering from a form of Quarren shingles that had made the exceptionally rare cross species jump, apparently the crew had been exposed to a Quarren in the death throws of the condition a number of months before. Once accurately sourced it did not take the medical crew to adapt and synthesize a treatment, Doeg took this chance of excitement to leave, Doeg does not like to be the center of attention.

The Decision
Secret Bitch Sister

Week One: Tar’Ree tries to study with her sister in the way of the force. Unfamiliar with the customs of the religion she is unfocused and often slacks off with her meditation. Rebelling though back talk and snarky behavior she can’t seem to find reason to continue the studies and is unconvinced it will help her become anything more then she is. None the less, her sister wants to put the effort in and enthusiastically tries to converse with Tar’Ree about the benefits it will have on both their lives. Tar’ree continues to try.

Week Two: After watching her sister progress more and more, Tar’Ree develops both pride and jealously for her sister. It is good that her sister is getting stronger, wiser and more self-reliant. But then why would Oola ever need her is she can protect herself? Doubt begins to settle in. During a combat practice Tar’Ree is beaten by her sister. Put off by the defeat, she seeks council with their master. Master explains to Tar’ree the need to let go of anger and jealousy and that the need to protect her sister was gracious but misplaced. Tar’Ree secretly disagrees with her Master. If she insists on being by her sister’s side…she will have to catch up. She will try to be quicker, smarter and faster if she can’t be stronger.

Week Three: Tar’Ree goes through a push to gain as much skill as possible. It’s a race to her, like any other. She has decided, if Oola can be strong, then Tar’Ree will be cunning. She tells no one of her resolve and continues to play the part of an eager to learn supportive sister.

Week Four: Tar’Ree has gained new skills alongside her sister through the force. Many small missions, practice combats and meditations have lead her to understand one thing. She needs more and she needs to win.


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