the ship drop out of hyperspace, warping back to normal. And no, it didn't make any sense, most especially to Creeybo, but Creeybo had come to accept her gift rather than fumble around looking for an explanation. Quite disorienting though, and so the meld with the sensor array had to be restarted. With the link back online, she ran a basic short-range scan of the surroundings -- she could move around and take a look, but why bother? The scan revealed absolutely nothing, except for the same old negligible cosmic radiation and long-forgotten radio-waves hurdling through space, and Creeybo wondered why they had warped
out to here...
The sensors subsystem had been boosted the tiniest bit after the recent ship-wide repairs, well, "recent" in humanoid-terms. For Creeybo's processing power, it was ages of that monotonous yet frustrating repair, to sub-par systems, and that forsaken thing that could barely be called a Medbay, and then the rest of the systems were in disrepair, all broken and cluttered...
Creeybo took her station at the sensor array. Sure it wasn't exactly necessary, given her ability to feel
the ship's sensors and thereby the ship, but nonetheless the physical subsystem had a sort of familiarity that put her at ease. Just then, a request for a sensor sweep came through with the signature, 'Error':
"This is chief engineer Error. Unable to get visual on destination. Requesting report from sensor array, so I can verify we are at the right location. FTL Navigation computer seems fully functional, but I request a report from the sensor to verify location."
A report huh? But what was the 'destination'? Such a crucial detail had not been forwarded her way, and so it seemed only right to ask her superior officer, Badgers.
It was time to move. Creeybo left the sensors station and went into Piloting, and abruptly said, "Hey Captain
Badgers, it seems I'm supposed to make a sensor report regarding confirmation of our destination, but that's just it -- what is our destination? I didn't even know we were going anywhere until I felt
the ship leap into a jump."