(( Shuttle B’Hala, Main Shuttlebay, Deck 10, U.S.S. Atlantis ))
:: As her team board the shuttle, she took the co-pilot’s seat leaving the pilot seat open for Lt. Spurlocke. He was a superior pilot compared to her, and she much preferred his skill to her own in an area as treacherous as the Cloud. ::
Serala: Begin pre-flight checks, Lieutenant. I want to get underway as soon as possible.
:: Next to her, she could see the new shuttle, Elysium, lift off and begin toward the force screen that kept space out. ::
Raga: =/\= Shuttle Elysium to Shuttle B'Hala.=/\=
Serala: =/\= B’Hala, go ahead Elysium. =/\=
Raga: =/\= Good luck, Serala. May the winds blow in our favor. See you all when this is done. =/\=
Serala: =/\= Thank you, sir. Jolan’tru. =/\=
Any (If anyone on the B'Hala wants to chime in, feel free to)): =/\= Response(s) =/\=
Raga: =/\= Elysium out. =/\=
:: They soon had their pre-flights done and received clearance from the bridge to depart. No sooner were they clear of the shuttlebay, than Raga began a series of stunts and rolls over and around the B’Hala. She couldn’t repress her smirk when he was summarily chastised by Commander Tel-ar on the bridge. ::
Serala: :: Looking to the Marine. :: Thank you for not biting on the bait, Lieutenant.
Serala: We should be at the ship in a few minutes. I am reading numerous hull breaches. We’ll need to be careful. I am only detecting twenty-three life signs onboard, but I can’t get an exact lock on where they are located. Power levels appear to be only enough to maintain life support. There is a higher power reading in one of the cargo bays. That might be a good place to start looking. Lieutenant, see if you can find a place to dock near that cargo bay..