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    [Stargate SG-1 RPG] Part III - The Enemy of my Friend . . .

    This is the IC thread for the Stargate SG-1 RPG - Confrontation game (Part III). Posts which follow are for and should include only those currently playing in the game. Any comments, questions or discussions should be made in the OOC thread, and are encouraged and welcome.

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    “A rollercoaster ride through the stars”

    That’s what one person who traveled through the Stargate called the experience. Stars and constellation becoming evident then flashing by, turns and dips at unanticipated points. Unknown flashes of light and color. A constant whine sounding through the traveler’s ears. An overall sensation of speed and movement covers your body. All of this and more takes place in the moment between entering and leaving the Stargate.

    The velocity that someone comes out of the Stargate is apparently somewhat more that that which someone entered at, or at least that’s the theory as several members of the team come flying out of the Stargate. Frost was apparent on everyone as if they had traveled through the cold vacuum of space – even if but for a moment. The temperature here seemed more pleasant than where the group had come from – though that really wasn’t too difficult.

    Rylee emerged from the Stargate and managed to maintain her footing. She felt slightly flash frozen and was covered in a thin layer of frost. As she blinked and tried to shake the disorientation, her vision cleared. She noticed Andreev Ilianov picking himself off of a cobblestone ground several feet away. Rylee also managed to catch Lucas Fisher as he popped through the Stargate and was about to fall. As she assisted him down the Stargate platform, Lorelai stumbled through the Stargate.

    Several moments passed . . . and no one else emerged from the still active Stargate.

    The ground beneath the team’s feet was cobblestone and the nearby buildings were of the same stone materials. The buildings were either one or two stories that were within sight of the Stargate proper. The courtyard of the Stargate was approximately fifty feet on a side, with three ‘streets’ leading away from it (on the north, south and west facings). The eastern edge of the courtyard was blocked by the same grey stone, the solid grey stone of mountain several thousand feet high.

    It appeared mid-day and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. The sky was somewhat odd . . . it had a more blue green cast to it rather than the typical sky blue of Earth. Between that and the yellow sun that didn’t appear to give as much light as Earth’s sun did, it was apparent that the team was no longer in Colorado . . . or even on Earth itself. Light illuminated the courtyard from the active Stargate and was much brighter than the light from the planet’s sun . . . even at mid-day.

    A DHD stood about twenty feet from the Stargate. That was the only thing in the courtyard other than Rylee, Andreev, Lucas and Lorelai. There was no greeting party . . . and no Jeremiah.

    OOC: Fallon, Fisher, Ilianov, Nguyen

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    Wow... Lucas thought as he staggered out of the Stargate, rather faster than he'd entered it. Almost tripping on the cobblestones under his feet, he felt Rylee catch him before he went sprawling to the ground.

    "Thanks. I guess I wasn't expecting the jump in speed." He said to Rylee as he regained his footing. Never normally one to suffer from motion sickness, Lucas none the less looked a little pale.

    He turned toward the Gate as Lorelai stumbled into view, then waited for Durant and the others to follow. And waited... After what Lucas was sure was minutes, but was perhaps more realistically only a handful of seconds, he looked to Andreev.

    "Um, it looks like we might be it. Should some of us head back through the Gate, see if we can give Durant hand?" He dumped the various bags and backpacks he was carrying beside the DHD as he spoke, before taking his rife from its case and loading the weapon.

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    Somehow, she managed to keep her footing as she came through the Stargate. She started to brush the frost off of herself, but paused to catch Lucas as he came through and started to stumble.

    "Thanks. I guess I wasn't expecting the jump in speed." He said to Rylee as he regained his footing. Never normally one to suffer from motion sickness, Lucas none the less looked a little pale.
    "Quite a ride," she said in response, though really, that was an understatement. She took a few deep breaths, glad to be back on solid ground. She took a few steps away from the Stargate, before placing her bag on the ground. She held her rifle in one hand, in case there was any trouble. Slowly, she took in her surroundings; marveling at the oddly colored sky and looking for any signs of life. It was then that she noticed that Grayson was missing. "Where'd Jeremiah go? He was first through the gate, wasn't he?"

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    "Um, it looks like we might be it. Should some of us head back through the Gate, see if we can give Durant hand?" He dumped the various bags and backpacks he was carrying beside the DHD as he spoke, before taking his rife from its case and loading the weapon.
    Andreev was picking himself up off the ground and taking in the entire experience when Lucas broke his concentration. He had been thinking about his trip through the Stargate, and how it was so similar, and yet completely different from his previous trips into space. He had been thinking about how this was his first step onto an alien world, and the ramifications it presented to his studies. He had been thinking about how great he felt being here, and how no other place on Earth... well, he just couldn't contain his immense pleasure for having been given the chance to return to space exploration.

    His concentration broken, he turned to Lucas and realized what he had said. The Stargate was open, and yet no-one else had come through. As he realized this, he also heard Rylee's observation that Jeremiah was nowhere to be found. And then, all of a sudden, his thoughts ripped back to the reality of the situation, he felt his feet, still burning from the superheated floor of the elevator shaft.

    "Let us wait here a few moments longer, so as to catch our breath and recover from the effects of the Stargate. I am sure that Commander Durant will see the rest of our team through within a few moments." Andreev's mind was racing. Thoughts of the rest of the team dying kept going through his head, but he refused to acknowledge them. Durant would get them through. Although he feared for them, he maintained his sense of composure to keep the remaining team members as calm and confident as possible. He snapped his radio off his belt, and attempted to raise Jeremiah. "Mr. Grayson, this is Andreev Ilianov. Please respond immediately with your location."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarval
    "Um, it looks like we might be it. Should some of us head back through the Gate, see if we can give Durant hand?" He dumped the various bags and backpacks he was carrying beside the DHD as he spoke, before taking his rife from its case and loading the weapon.
    Lorelai helped herself up and looked back through the Stargate, curious to see if the exit horizon was similar or different than the entrance. No visibility through the Gate, though the exit seems stable, Lorelai thought. She gathered her things and moved over to the DHD and examined it.

    When she shook the chills from her body finally, she spoke up to Lucas, “I don’t think that’s a good idea. The matter transference for this type of wormhole isn’t bi-directional. If you were to try and re-enter the matter stream, you would most likely be vaporized. Of course there are several different theories on the subject . . . but I guess that isn’t important right now.”

    Lorelai’s explanation rang true in Andreev’s ears . . . in fact he remembered something about the vaporization on the information he briefly reviewed. His aching feet felt the rough cobblestones beneath them, through the destroyed boots that were actually only really covering the tops of his feet.

    When Andreev opened his mike on the tactical radio to speak with Jeremiah, the familiar click and static wasn’t there. Andreev asked for Jeremiah’s location, but even Lucas, Rylee, and Lorelai didn’t hear the question over their radios . . . they didn’t hear anything over them.

    Looking back over the cobblestone buildings and the sheer cliff that rose up on the one side of the courtyard, Lucas found a place to climb one of the cobblestone building to get a better look around. An easy (for him) climb to the flat roof gave him a decent vantage point. Lucas noted that the group was in a large town. Roads could be barely made out that left the town in the three directions of the lanes that left the courtyard. The roads wove up and around the mountains which continued in several directions beyond his sight.

    Rylee spent several minutes tending to Ilianov’s damaged feet. His boots were destroyed . . . his feet were burned and blistered (probably more painful that actually damaged). With some rest and ointment (as well as some boots), his feet should be fine.

    OOC: Fallon, Fisher, Ilianov, Nguyen

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    “A rollercoaster ride through the stars”

    That’s what one person who traveled through the Stargate called the experience. Stars and constellation becoming evident then flashing by, turns and dips at unanticipated points. Unknown flashes of light and color. A constant whine sounding through the traveler’s ears. An overall sensation of speed and movement covers your body. All of this and more takes place in the moment between entering and leaving the Stargate.

    The velocity that someone comes out of the Stargate is apparently somewhat more that that which someone entered at, or at least that’s the theory as several members of the team come flying out of the Stargate. Frost was apparent on everyone as if they had traveled through the cold vacuum of space – even if but for a moment. The temperature here seemed more pleasant than where the group had come from – though that really wasn’t too difficult.

    Lt. Chris Reed emerged from the Stargate and managed to maintain her footing. She felt slightly flash frozen and was covered in a thin layer of frost. As she blinked and tried to shake the disorientation, her vision cleared. She stepped down the platform and waited for several seconds looking around. No one was coming out of the Stargate, and no one else was around. A full minute passed before Donovan, Stewart and Durant tumbled out of the gate into a jumble of arms, legs and gear at the bottom of the platform. A smile tugged at the edges of Reed’s lips, and she tried her very best not to laugh at the humor of the scene (and silently wished for a camera).

    The ground beneath the team’s feet was cobblestone and the nearby buildings were of the same stone materials. The buildings were either one or two stories that were within sight of the Stargate proper. The courtyard of the Stargate was approximately fifty feet on a side, with three ‘streets’ leading away from it (on the north, south and west facings). The eastern edge of the courtyard was blocked by the same grey stone, the solid grey stone of mountain several thousand feet high.

    It appeared mid-day and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. The sky was somewhat odd . . . it had a more blue green cast to it rather than the typical sky blue of Earth. Between that and the yellow sun that didn’t appear to give as much light as Earth’s sun did, it was apparent that the team was no longer in Colorado . . . or even on Earth itself. Light illuminated the courtyard from the active Stargate and was much brighter than the light from the planet’s sun . . . even at mid-day.

    A DHD stood about twenty feet from the Stargate. That was the only thing in the courtyard other than Lt. Reed, Lt Stewart, Donovan and Durant. There was no greeting party . . . and the rest of the team was gone.

    OOC: Donovan, Durant, Reed, Stewart

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    Durant tumbled through the gate, his mind racing from the surreal, otherworldly acceleration to this Stargate. Scratch that, to this world! He coughed and shivered from the cold and frost that his body collected on the trip. What a f^(%ing rush! No wonder there was so little in the files on actual travel of the Stargate, who the hell could explain it! As he laid on the ground trying to take it all in, staring back at the Stargate, suddenly his thoughts caught up with him. S&!t! I'm on another world! Mind on the job! With that Durant picked himself off the ground and brought his P90 into the low ready position. He saw streets and buildings but no people. None of his people.

    He grabbed his radio and tried to call out to the rest of the team. Without waiting for a response he checked the group he came through the gate with.

    "Reed, do a quick recon of the area. We need to know where Andreev and the others went to. They probably just moved to cover off the main street."
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    A DHD stood about twenty feet from the Stargate. That was the only thing in the courtyard other than Lt. Reed, Lt Stewart, Donovan and Durant. There was no greeting party . . . and the rest of the team was gone.
    Donovan got to his feet and pulled his rifle into a ready position. He scanned the area for hostiles and kept his eyes peeled for trouble. "Uh, sir?" he called to Durant, "Where the hell is everyone?"
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    Lt Barry Stewart

    Stewart tumbled onto stargate platform with as much grace as he could salvage from the unfortunate and clumsy spill. Then tried to dust himself off but the melting layer of frost beneath the dirt quickly turned into a fine layer of mud. Nice! Well, at least I don’t have a shirt to ruin, anymore!

    Barry gave his surroundings a quick once over to orientate himself and dashed over to the DHD to use as cover. He felt naked! After scanning the area more carefully for any targets he realized there was no one before them, including the rest of the team. The others could have only been one or two seconds in front of them. How could they make it across the courtyard and out of sight that fast? Barry always took pride in how fast he could run the 40 but he doubted he could cross that distance with gear and be out of sight in 2 seconds. His thoughts took voice in the others as they questioned their surroundings.

    Where did everyone go?

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    When the radio button was engaged, the now familiar click and background noise didn’t happen – in fact, nothing happened. Durant was fairly certain from his years of experience that the radios were down – most likely from some sort of interference. Durant experienced momentary chills, probably due to the sudden change in temperatures from the hellscape warehouse through the sub-zero Stargate into the cool air of the mountainside.

    He thought it odd that most of the military muscle ended up in his group, while the other group had the civilians and specialists. Brawn and brains split up – this definitely never happened with the main SG-1 team. Colonel O’Neill was too good a soldier to allow something like that to happen.

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    "Reed, do a quick recon of the area. We need to know where Andreev and the others went to. They probably just moved to cover off the main street."
    Lt. Chris Reed snapped off a quick and subdued, “Yes, sir,” and with another quick glance around headed through the courtyard to lane to the right of the Stargate. She noted that the buildings and streets were made of the same materials – obviously from the mountain the town was jutted against. Durant quickly lost sight of her as she darted between buildings down the lane.

    Donovan didn’t turn up any enemy hostiles . . . no friendlies either for that matter. The sky was clear (though greenish blue), the sun was out (though wasn’t putting out much light)and the team seemed to be in some stone town in the Alps (of another world).

    Stewart made it to the DHD without incident – nothing more hostile than a mountain breeze assailed him. It was there crouched next to the DHD that Stewart noticed a couple of scraps of medical tape and gauze less than an inch in size – looked familiar to, like something from a standard issue first aid kit. No blood was nearby, nor were any larger pieces, or anything else.

    OOC: Donovan, Durant, Reed, Stewart
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    Rylee spent several minutes tending to Ilianov’s damaged feet. His boots were destroyed . . . his feet were burned and blistered (probably more painful that actually damaged). With some rest and ointment (as well as some boots), his feet should be fine.
    Hearing only silence coming from the radio, Andreev felt more than a little discouraged. Jeremiah was vital to this operation, and to lose him could be devastating to their mission. Different ideas and possible solutions to the radio silence were filling his mind when Rylee approached him offering medical assistance.

    When she offered, he graciously accepted Rylee's help. He allowed her to complete her work, and although his feet still had some healing to do, a feeling of relief washed over him that the damage was not quite as bad as the pain he was experiencing. "Dasvidanya, Miss Fallon. Thank you. I am sure that my feet will be just fine now." A gracious smile formed across his face, and he was, at that moment, very grateful for her presence on the team.

    Rising to his feet, Andreev gestured for her to come closer. "Now, Miss Fallon, I realize that you are not military, and as such, may not be accustomed to taking orders. However, we are in desperate need of reconaissance, and of young Jeremiah. If you would, I will need yourself and Mr. Fisher to reconnoiter the immediate area, up to a 2 block radius of the Stargate. Search for any signs of Mr. Grayson, and for signs of any life forms native to this world. Please report any findings to me before going further than 2 blocks. I will remain here for the time being with Dr. Nguyen, where we will be attempting to locate our remaining teammates. Please relay these instructions to Mr. Fisher. Again Miss Fallon, you have been most helpful, and you have my most sincere gratitude!"

    He began to turn away, to head back toward the DHD and Lorelai, when he suddenly remembered one final request. "Oh, and Miss Fallon? Please keep your eyes open for some type of makeshift footware."
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    Lucas sat looking at his surroundings for a long moment. The blue-green sky and dull light of the sun seemed oddly comforting yet disconcerting at the same time.

    A new world. Who would have thought it? A small smile crossed Lucas' face at this thought. I've always wanted to be a real explorer...

    After quickly surveying the surrounding mountainscape through his binoculars, Lucas scrambled back down from the rooftop and made his way back to Andreev, Rylee and Lorelai.

    "We're in a fair sized town, from the looks of things, although I've not seen a sign of anyone actually living here." He reported. "There are three roads leading out of town, all of which take you into the mountains. The terrain doesn't look too bad, so we should have any problems, even if we're here for an extended stay.

    "Oh, and still no trace of Jeremiah. He must have been running at one hell of a pace to have got away from here so fast."

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    Rylee did what she could to treat the burns on Andreev's feet. She made sure that the wounds were clean, an antibiotic was applied and that his feet were bandaged. Really, it would be better if Andreev kept off of them for awhile, but that probably wouldn't be happening during the mission.

    Rising to his feet, Andreev gestured for her to come closer. "Now, Miss Fallon, I realize that you are not military, and as such, may not be accustomed to taking orders. However, we are in desperate need of reconaissance, and of young Jeremiah. If you would, I will need yourself and Mr. Fisher to reconnoiter the immediate area, up to a 2 block radius of the Stargate. Search for any signs of Mr. Grayson, and for signs of any life forms native to this world. Please report any findings to me before going further than 2 blocks. I will remain here for the time being with Dr. Nguyen, where we will be attempting to locate our remaining teammates. Please relay these instructions to Mr. Fisher. Again Miss Fallon, you have been most helpful, and you have my most sincere gratitude!"
    She smiled faintly when Andreev thanked her, and nodded her head slightly. "No problem."

    Andreev's plan was met with a raised eyebrow. Sure, it seemed like a good plan, performing a quick recon of the area and searching for Greyson, but she did not like the idea of splitting the scientists into one group and the soldiers in the other. "Maybe we should keep some firepower near the gate? Just in case whatever it was that chased Greyson off comes back. You need to keep off your feet for awhile, an Lorelai should stay near the gate, since she knows how to work it. Maybe Lucas should stay with you,and I'll take a quick look around?" She had gotten used to working alone, all those years spent in the mountains... she almost preferred it.

    "Oh, and still no trace of Jeremiah. He must have been running at one hell of a pace to have got away from here so fast."
    "A deserted town, hmm? Interesting." She sighed then, and shook her head. "Where in the world did Greyson run off to?" And with that, she began examining the ground, searching for any signs of their missing companion.

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    Stewart leaned his back against the cold metal of the DHD. As Commander Durant issued his orders to Lt. Reed, Barry positioned himself to provide Chris some suppressing fire, if anything showed up, at least until she made it to the protection of the first building. When Lt. Reed disappeared from sight Stewart turned his attentions to his surroundings.

    Stewart made it to the DHD without incident – nothing more hostile than a mountain breeze assailed him. It was there crouched next to the DHD that Stewart noticed a couple of scraps of medical tape and gauze less than an inch in size – looked familiar to, like something from a standard issue first aid kit. No blood was nearby, nor were any larger pieces, or anything else.
    From Barry’s crouched position, he scanned the heights above him and the roofs of the buildings. He reflected a moment on what had happened in the last few moments and took a second to catch his breath. With his head cast down he noticed what looked to be pieces of gauze and white medical tape on the ground. From his experiences, it looked like it could be pieces left over from somebody applying first aid. He quickly cast about for signs of tracks or anything else that would indicate who would have been here. Then, keeping with the same hushed tones, he called out to Durant, “Commander, I believe I might have something here!”
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    Then, keeping with the same hushed tones, he called out to Durant, “Commander, I believe I might have something here!”
    Durant was studying his surroundings when Lt. Stewart called him over. He looked over the medical scraps and then asked Donovan for his opinion. While that happened Durant walked around the immediate area, taking it all in, trying to adapt to his new environment and get into an appropriate mind set. One thing was for sure, it was a lot more comfortable here then in that damn warehouse.

    A long list of questions crossed his mind about what could have happened, but since his two most qualified thinkers were amongst the missing, it didn't seem to matter. If only there was some way he could get in touch with them, but their radios were useless. Almost absentmindedly he pulled his cell phone out of his pocket and hit Andreev's number. Can't hurt.

    "I can't imagine Andreev would take the team too far from the gate. Especially while wounded and without much muscle. They've gotta be nearby. If Reed doesn't turn anything up we'll start a more detailed search of the immediate area. They probably just moved away from the courtyard for some cover."

    His eyes and mind both continued to search for an answer.
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    Durant was studying his surroundings when Lt. Stewart called him over. He looked over the medical scraps and then asked Donovan for his opinion. While that happened Durant walked around the immediate area, taking it all in, trying to adapt to his new environment and get into an appropriate mind set. One thing was for sure, it was a lot more comfortable here then in that damn warehouse.
    Donovan lowered his rifle, and walked over to where Durant was standing. He crouched down and studied the medical scraps, looking for clues about what they had been used for and how long they had been sitting there.

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    Andreev's plan was met with a raised eyebrow. Sure, it seemed like a good plan, performing a quick recon of the area and searching for Greyson, but she did not like the idea of splitting the scientists into one group and the soldiers in the other. "Maybe we should keep some firepower near the gate? Just in case whatever it was that chased Greyson off comes back. You need to keep off your feet for awhile, an Lorelai should stay near the gate, since she knows how to work it. Maybe Lucas should stay with you,and I'll take a quick look around?" She had gotten used to working alone, all those years spent in the mountains... she almost preferred it.
    Andreev considered Rylee's argument, and she had a point. He really should be off his feet. Despite the medical treatment, they still required time to heal, and he certainly wasn't going to help matters by walking on them, especially without any kind of footwear. However, even if he was to stay behind, he felt that he was still perfectly capable of providing guard for the Stargate, and there was a better chance of finding Jeremiah if they worked together. He had been wounded worse than this before, and he had still managed to complete his mission even then.

    "Miss Fallon, I appreciate your concern for my well-being. However, if I am to stay here, I will be able to provide fire if the need arises. I am perfectly capable of taking care of myself and Doctor Nguyen. However, Mr. Grayson is of great import to our mission, and we need to locate him quickly. I believe that with both yourself and Mr. Fisher tracking him, we will double our chances of finding him. I do not wish for you to wander too far initially, in the event that you need to double-back to our position. Again, you have my gratitude for your help. However, I will need both of you working on this."

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    She listened to Andreev's speech, feeling impatient all the while. Andreev seems smart enough, but he talks too much When he finished, she shrugged, "Whatever you say." It was pretty clear that she did not like the idea of splitting the group up like this, but that wasn't her call to make. After completing her search for any tracks made by Greyson, she approached Lucas. "Andreev wants us to check out the village."

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    After Durant and Donovan finished discussing what the remnants could mean, Barry kept his voice low and talked to Donovan a moment. Stewart put his hand to Donovan’s back to instill the sincerity of what he had to say, “Donovan, that was one hell of a shot back there taking out the lizard-king. When my round bounced off the things chest and dripped to the floor, my life was flashing! I mean it; I thought for sure that I was a goner. I owe you one…anything, you name it!”

    Now Barry was left with nothing to do but think on where the others went.

    They couldn’t have done it. There is no way they could have made out of the court with out us seeing them. We were not that far behind.

    He paused a second then continued trying to lighten the circumstances they were in, more for himself than anyone else, “You know guys I am starting to miss our little princess. I’m sure she would give us her opinion on what’s going on. Probably something like” and Barry raised the pitch in his voice and gave an amusingly weak attempt at imitating Lorelai, “’If the gate was entered at different times the worm hole could create a time anomaly by accelerating the first to enter the event horizon ahead of those following. What would seem like just a second of time to those following, could in theory…’ yada, yada, yada.” He paused to see how the two would react to his imitation, not sure if his timing would be appreciated.

    I do wish she were here! Thinking more seriously than what his comedic act would convey.
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