Everything posted by S'Kai
Hey ^^ My name is Jesse, actually. I live in the hot sweltering heat of Texas (not gonna give the city away, sorry!) Um, I started playing Star Trek Online, which is where S'Kai was born (in my mind and online) and because of my Dad, who is a huge trekkie and dools out facts everyday (he's also a military man) so I kinda grew up with it. I'm not THAT knowledgable, but I'm not a newb either. Hmm...I'm going to get a job this summer, as I just got out of College for the summer, so yeah. I'm Majoring in Childcare (strange, I know). I love TOS version of Star Trek, but know a bit more of the others as well. But Captain Kirk, Bones, and Spock are my all time favorites! I'm excited for training tomorrow!
S'Kai tapped on his PADD, ignoring the others around him as he checked and double-checked his math. They should be docking right-now, he thought as there came a shudder on the floor. He got up as quick as the straps released, tugging a worn backpack off the upper rack that was filled with different PADDs. His other belongings had already been sent ahead. He swept long, inky bangs out of his shining blue eyes. 'Must cut them again, I suppose,' he thought as he filed out behind the other cadets. He waited patiently, his eyes, peering around whenever he grew tired-not bored-of looking forward. His hair, grown far enough to exceed standards, tickled his neck. 'Yes, a cut is in order.' He stepped out of the transport, a breath exhaling at how...huge the Starbase was. The Academy must be bigger, his mind concluded, but his sight told a different story. The launching pad he had gotten off of lead into a huge room filled with hurrying people, decked in blue, yellow, and most commonly red. He jerked as someone crashed into him, before righting himself instantly. A young girl, no older than himself at 26, bowed her head at him. "Oh! Sorry sir, wasn't looking where I was going." S'Kai merely stared at her. "If you were not looking, then how could you see me?" She blinked before noticing his ears and stance, then she merely said, "Sorry." With an, "Apologies are illogical," he nodded at her and walked off, headless of her once more. He found a small alcove off to the side, settling in it so as to have some time to himself to strengthen his shields and check over his PADD again. He had a while before he was needed. He decided to fetch his belongings and, perhaps, relax enough to quiet the subtle headache forming behind his eyes.
Excited for training.