Chelsea R. Steiner
Chelsea’s New Briefing – The Realization
Chelsea was sitting in the Briefing room with a bit of a look of despair. She was utterly worthless on the battlefield, which she didn’t even do anything of note besides running back and forth. At least she didn’t die by TABRIS that’s like the only good news in the entire thing. However, she perked up when she heard Theodore speak up about their performance. She agreed with the performance in general, it wasn’t that good. ”Ugh… I feel like shit…” Chelsea thought to herself, somewhat deep in thought. She was still pale as a ghost from what happened before. The only bright side, was they survived the first battle against Red-Star.
She noticed the holograms, which were Havenite reinforcements. She gave a smile at, which was pretty much a good thing. However, it didn’t really help her recover from seeing her life flash before her eyes. She heard specifically what Theodore had said, which was that the 3rd Fleet destroyed a Red-Star Force making it for Perth. ”Oh, that’s definitely nice.” Chelsea said, with a bit quip on hearing the good news. She couldn’t really shake off the feeling of what she felt after she got out of her NC. It was an utter shock to her system to get back to base and almost faint but she didn’t. She still feels lightheaded from that event and looks at Theodore.
Chelsea specifically heard what Theodore said, every single word. This made her remember that Zahra is no longer in command of them. Her facial expression was a bit confused, however, she remembered Hisako was the second defector. ”Terra did most of the work to free Hisako from their brainwashing.” Chelsea thought to herself. She specifically looks at Terra when she thought that since if it wasn’t for her they wouldn’t have two Red-Star defectors. The other was specifically TABRIS, which Cody helped get on the Havenite side. It was specifically scary for her since she almost died to TABRIS.
She was couldn’t help but wonder who specifically was going to replace Zahra as Field-Captain. The only reason is because she was curious who it would be. She couldn’t help but give out a small sigh of relief with what he specifically said. ”That’s definitely true, no one wants to be Osamu.” Chelsea thought to herself. She couldn’t help but feel like she needed a drink to get over the specifics of her dilemma. It was a bit frustrating to deal with the entire thing, her almost fainting but feeling worthless didn’t help. She could always wondered how Caz got around with being so intoxicated. However, she decided it’ll be better to get a coffee at the coffee house than getting or becoming drunk. ”Sir, thank you for your words of wisdom.” Chelsea said, gratefully towards Theodore. The tone in her voice was grateful that Theodore is her commanding officer but most of the Havenite Commanders are similar.
Chelsea wanted to meet the new Field-Captain before leaving to the coffeehouse since she want to meet whoever they are. It’s pretty much obvious where she wanted to go since before the battle she did pick the coffeehouse before. She didn’t have her music on or nor her headset, it’s like having a life or death experience caused her to pay attention more than usual. ”I’ll definitely need to rethink my choices on certain things...” Chelsea thought to herself. She looks around the room to see what everyone else is doing.
Hisako L. Kobayashi
Hisako’s Custody Before Interrogation
Hisako saw the havenites disable her collar, which gave her a sigh of relief. The removal of the shock collar, however made her a bit grateful. She hugged the person who did the removal part. It kinda made the person blink at her mostly because of this defector hugging them for removing something. However, she couldn’t really help herself mostly because of the fact of all of it. The shock collar was upgraded by no other than one of the officers underneath Osamu. ”Thank you so much for freeing me from that terrible thing.” Hisako said, with a happy tone to her. The tone in her voice was highly grateful to the Havenites freeing her from that tool of torture and control. It brought her to tears since she couldn’t really lie about the freedom she feels now.
She was escorted by a group of Havenite Guards to get her swiftly to her comfortable custody for interrogation. They specifically told her that it won’t involve torture, which when they said that made her sigh in relief. It was the very first time she wasn’t tortured by her superiors or other slaves. ”The General Commander for Havenite must be very well verse in making sure everyone is comfortable or something.” Hisako thought to herself. She only thought that since she heard one of the guards specifically say Theodore’s rank a few many times. The escort finally reaches their destination and carefully sit Hisako down in one of the custody rooms, which is also an Interrogation room as well. It was definitely different from most custody/interrogation rooms in terms of Red-Star’s versions are much darker. She couldn’t help feel relaxed in the custody room since it was definitely brighter.
Hisako saw one of the guards was still in the room with her awaiting to be dismissed by an officer, which will be interrogating her. This custody room was pretty big, however, it made her realize that the only thing that the Red Star room had was a bed specifically for that kind of torture. It made her at ease that wasn’t a thing. ”I have to ask, what’s this building called?” Hisako asked a bit confused. She only knew of her primary objective, which was destroying the Kinetic shielding. It didn’t really help she didn’t know anything else about things since they kept her mostly in the dark because of the fact, she’s a female. Mostly in terms of how she was treated in Red-Star.
The guard looks at her specifically and smiles. “The name of this building is called a Custody Interrogation Building. There is a more specific name but that’s all I really can give you. Even though you defected cannot really tell you all the secrets. You have to be interrogated first, which is why I am waiting her for a Superior Officer.” He said, not really trusting Hisako’s word since he saw the logs between Terra and Her. The guard did feel sorry for her, however being a slave to the Red-Star Corporation. “I do feel sorry for your lot in life. But everyone makes choices even if they are quite literally forced to make those choices.” He added to what he said. In the sense he was telling Hisako that she was forced to make the choices she made and now finally has the freedom to do otherwise. It was hopeful what he said didn’t make the girl in question more confused than she was already.
She looks at the guard with an eyebrow up at what he said specifically. ”Uhh okay. I guess I will wait patiently for the officer in question to interrogate me then…” Hisako said, had a look of seriously. Her tone of voice was a bit annoyed and a bit shocked at the guard’s choice of words in terms of not trusting her. She couldn’t really help but feel a bit agitated at the guard in her room that had many sense of the word trying to show off his ego towards a defector. ”This guy doesn’t have a good attitude towards defectors. I guess he lost someone to Red-Star or something or he’s just an ass.” Hisako thought to herself. She just laid her head down on the table, which she couldn’t help but remind herself. It was mostly that she couldn’t help but remind herself of the past. She can’t really help but reminisce about the past even though all her past was heartache and torment by Red-Star as a whole. The entire fact she will never be a comrade hurt her the most.