Today on Quantum Vibe: Sub-space transmission
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First Seen: Mon 2017-01-09
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Lea Jean Badelles
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The Transcript For This Page
External view of Pbbttppbt-fff and Causa Sui over Bbrrrbtpff, we can see the disabled freighter drifting nearby.
CP (from her ship): Of course we will return your shipmate immediately. Lieutenant Brrrfftt-tt, have our guest beamed back to the alien ship as soon as possible.
CP: Captain Murphy, I hope you understand why we were compelled to return to Bbrrrbtpff without delay.
Looking past Eithne and Murphy in the Causa Sui control room at CP on the monitor.
Murphy: I suppose I do. You must have received a distress call from that freighter.
Murphy: I only wish you would have notified us about the situation.
CP (OP): We did try to, actually.
Two-shot of Eithne and Murphy are exchanging puzzled glances.
CP (OP): When we went to warp, normal radio became useless, so we tried to send a sub-space transmission.
CP (OP): Apparently you are not equipped with this technology? Most curious.