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Cathul Thuku

Cathul Thuku

Member Since 26 Jul 2016
Offline Last Active Sep 10 2019 11:15 AM
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In Topic: DEVASTATION: Base Delta Zero (Act Two)

10 September 2019 - 11:15 AM

Location: Sisio

Objective: Start evacuating

Allies: Kyrana Gould Atlas Drake

Enemies: Fiolette Raaf Captain Alkar Kabar

 

"We're now back in realspace, admiral" the pilot of the Palace of Justice, Julie, remarked before the sensor readings arrived. "This is the abomination the Underground spoke of"

 

"Battle units, stay out of range from this abomination! All other units, we are going to need as many lifeboats as we can to get the population to safety, stand ready to land on the planet if necessary. Commence evacuating the civilians!"

 

Two of the remaining destroyers of Therapy Command, alongside some escorts, were capable of landing on Sisio if the situation degenerated. The question was: where? Could these destroyers actually get a place to land their 2km hulls? Could the ships devoid of any landing capability be enough to cover their descent if it came to that? Therapy Command's priority was still to evacuate Sisio's population, over engaging the superweapon the Sith brought in tow. For this reason, they operate under weapons hold and, if their intel was accurate, it would be best to maintain weapons hold. This meant they needed to stand ready to fight back, but not to fire the first shot. Also, allied reinforcements came, and... Firemane Industries? It's as if a ghost from Kaeshana resurfaced. Now that it was time to get the show on the road, and start evacuating the civilians on the planet. But, if the Firemanes were fired at, she knew that Therapy Command would be next, too. And, of course, the evacuees would be packed like rats but it was that or die. And yet, she couldn't help but feel that there wouldn't be a chance to save everyone...


In Topic: DEVASTATION: Base Delta Zero (Act Two)

07 September 2019 - 03:34 PM

Location: Pamarthe -> Sisio

Objective: Evacuate

Allies: ORC

Enemies: Sith

 

"We're being hailed" the communications officer announced.

 

"Patch it through"

 

"All Coalition space forces, we are in desperate need on Sisio. A massive Sith Imperial fleet has begun an attack on the system with some new superweapon. We need to buy time for the planet to be evacuated before it wipes everyone"

 

"All units, set course for Sisio, weapons lock"

 

Although the Sith didn't engage Therapy Command much on Pantora, if there was one thing it could do to help those who lived on Sisio, refugees from a number of theaters in ORC-land, Utapau, Saijo, Pantora, and even Terminus, it would be to evacuate as many as was feasible. And, after months spent on and around Pamarthe, being on a new mission off-world would satisfy most of the crewmembers. Also, the ANS Firebird would be in position, as the ORC's vanguard, while, this time around, the Palace of Justice would be deployed since it was better suited for evac on this scale than the Compellor was. But if the Sith came back here with a vengeance, despite only ekeing out a victory on Pantora, in a strategic sense, they must harbor a lot of hopes in that superweapon, maybe too much for their own good. However, we have a limited window to engage it, and maybe there are other methods that may work better based on whatever information Janick or Seniya could have obtained on Kadavo, she thought, while Therapy Command's medvac and other evacuation ships are in hyperspace. Little did she know was that they must have, once again, used every scrap left of fleet to attack, after the Mandalore campaign. Maybe the best hope was a smaller-scale boarding operation for what she knew: the superweapon was the main variable, but if it came to that, she would need to cover the evacuees' retreat over even engaging the superweapon.


In Topic: Can't Take the Sky From Me | ORC Dominion of Pamarthe Hex

07 September 2019 - 03:04 PM

Objective 1: Refugees

Location: Pamarthe

Allies: ORC

 

"Blood losses?" Cathul asked the medical droid near her. "Get appropriate blood supplies, stat!"

 

"Roger, roger"

 

The time has come to mend the blood vessels together but she knew that getting the blood transfusions ready was not instant, even with medical droids handling that. In fact, she knew there wouldn't even be a chance to get the patient back on track without transfusions, not even with casts or slings put on it afterward. There's a reason why limiting blood losses are often key for treating lacerations or broken bones in a trauma context. Yet, once these blood losses are replaced, then the patient could be awaken. For now, anyway, the patient would need to be hooked up to a needle from which the new blood comes. Once the droid ran tests on the patient's blood, the droid wasted no time getting the right blood from the ship's blood bank so that, upon return, the transfusion can begin in earnest. 


In Topic: DEVASTATION: Base Delta Zero OOC

05 September 2019 - 06:41 PM

Despite past experiences between me and the Sith, I'll still deploy if anybody is willing to fight in orbit...


In Topic: Can't Take the Sky From Me | ORC Dominion of Pamarthe Hex

21 July 2019 - 08:42 PM

Objective 1: Refugees

Location: Pamarthe

Allies: ORC

 

"All medvac units, it's essential to avoid wasting time planetside upon arrival"

 

This meant a sterile cast had to be put in place before she could even think of Force-splints around which to grow back the broken bones. And also local, Force-induced anaesthesia, too. Only once the broken limb was in a cast and numbed could she even actually get started mending it back. Even then, the patient needed to be, well, patient. Just because it saved the cost of medical supplies and equipment, didn't mean the process would be near-instant. Sure, most of the patients would have burns, broken bones and other traumas, but the longest patient took over seven hours to cure a metastatic, terminal-stage cancer. Now that the process of mending it back was underway, she had to focus totally on the patient's broken bone as it mended, to make sure the necessary blood vessels would, in fact, be grown back alongside the bone itself. Because the fracture also caused some blood vessels to rupture, too, causing an internal hemorrage that also needed to be stopped. And then any notion of blood transfusion would become feasible, but only after the bones were mended back together.