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Sargun woke with a slam, his body writhing on the floor in a pathetic seizure of agony. Within moments, the froth at his mouth subsided and he regained control of his body, which was now breathing heavily. He hated the seizes, they would come at the worst times. He fought through them, got the medication, but they always came. And they always hurt.

Growling in pain, he sat up and spit onto the clean floor, wiping it with his boot. He looked around, his blurry vision masking many things. From what he could tell, there was that girl and the other rebel that was captured with him. They seemed to be in a holding cell on that large battle cruiser.

Damn.

He sat down on a bench, waiting for the other two to notice him. They both had their eyes closed.

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Sierra flinched her body forward and darted her eyes open, where was she? She darted up to a sitting position softly holding her throat and looking around her. The two men from the bar, the one who had held her hostage against the Imperials. Why was she in the cell with them? And then the bright colors of the destruction of Ceo flashed into her head and slowly to quell the migraine that was beginning to form rubbed her temples softly hoping to alleviate the pain then she realized that the one man's eyes were opened; he was staring at her.

"You!" Sierra glared. "What the f!@# was that back there on the station? I didn't do anything to you and you get me involved in this mess!" She stopped for a moment, realizing that she would have been blown up if it weren't for him though. "Did they really blow up the space station?"

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Captain Ziemke Adlai slammed his fist into the arm of his chair as he sat down holding his head. He couldn't believe he just carried out that order. A heartless order to destroy millions of people. How he had wanted so much to ignore the order. But he couldn't. He simply couldn't. Now the blood of millions were on his hands. No...they are on the hands of the rebels and Admiral Daala. If the Rebels hadn't caused such a ruckus and if Admiral Daala hadn't decided to but into my operation......... He knew that nothing would bring back the millions dead.

"Scan the system. Find me any escape pods or signs of life."

"A-aye aye s-sir."

"How many prisoners did we take?"

"Three sir. All by Lieutenant Seho's squad."

"I see. Separate them. I want to speak to each separately."

"Yes sir."

Ziemke lowered his head into his hands and sobbed lightly. He was never a hard man, regardless of what the Fleet Academy had tried to turn him into. He never was and never would be. He wanted to weep so much but had to content to light sobbing.

"Open me a channel to the ISS Orion from my quarters."

"Yes sir."

"Mr. Semarotal, you have the bridge."

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Sierra flinched her body forward and darted her eyes open, where was she? She darted up to a sitting position softly holding her throat and looking around her. The two men from the bar, the one who had held her hostage against the Imperials. Why was she in the cell with them? And then the bright colors of the destruction of Ceo flashed into her head and slowly to quell the migraine that was beginning to form rubbed her temples softly hoping to alleviate the pain then she realized that the one man's eyes were opened; he was staring at her.

"You!" Sierra glared. "What the f!@# was that back there on the station? I didn't do anything to you and you get me involved in this mess!" She stopped for a moment, realizing that she would have been blown up if it weren't for him though. "Did they really blow up the space station?"

Sargun blinked, his eyes drier than day. He couldn't show weakness, even to a non-combatant. That wasn't the way to win through interrogations. They were watching him at the moment, judging him. It would be a hard fight. "Yes," he said, his eyes lingering on her for a moment before going to the door. "I got you involved because if I had a hostage, I'd want a lightweight and perferably a female. Arms fit the best around a female waist - standard hostage training - and they usually have a tendency to only stun female hostages, not shoot."

"I see. Separate them. I want to speak to each separately."

Four soldiers opened the cell and marched inside, their guns in their holsters and their hands flexed. Sargun growled and tackled one to the ground then slammed his head to the ground before the other three could restrain him. All a good show, he thought when the stun baton came out. As he fell limply to the floor, the guards grabbed him and shunted him out into another cell and did the same to the other male rebel. Sierra was left alone.

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ISS Orion

There was silence on the bridge of the ISS Orion. No one could believe what they just saw. Finally, the communications officer spoke up.

"Uh, Captain, it's Captain Adlai of the Memoria."

"Put him through. You (pointing to his XO), the bridge is yours."

Captain Eldhack walked off the bridge towards his quarters, disgusted by the Admiral's rashness and complete lack of regard towards the lives of others.

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"Sir, we have a long range communication come in. We've tracked it back from Earth!"

"Fleet command then?"

"No sir. The Haus Adle compound."

"On main screen lieutenant."

"Aye aye captain."

In second, a rather familiar face appeared on screen. It was Treize Peacecraft. I wonder what he wants with me this time.

"Duke Peacecraft, you have contacted me at a most inconvenient time. The Memoria is currently partaking in a rebel hunting mission. I assume this is urgent so I will give you the next minute to explain to me what you need."

==In the Station==

Lieutenant Seho and his commandos had secured the men who were suspected rebels and the young woman they had taken hostage. It was time to get on their way.

"Of course, well as you know'my daughter still trusts too much in the good of humanity and she left today for the station you are at unfortunately I received a message from her that she was arrested by one of the ships in your fleet. Could you ensure that she gets cared good for? I'd like to see her completely hesalthy"

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Admiral Daala was pleased with how the officers had responded to her orders without arguement or complaint and they had shown their resolve by destroying Station Ceo. With the possible rebels destroyed she could know head across and help over see the interrorgation of the prisoners they had taken. It was time to see what they could learn about this Rebel movement and cross it before it began. Leaving the command of the ship to her XO she and her personal bodyguards walked to the hanger where she was able to board a shuttle which then launched into space and began to make its way across to the Memoria.

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"Of course, well as you know'my daughter still trusts too much in the good of humanity and she left today for the station you are at unfortunately I received a message from her that she was arrested by one of the ships in your fleet. Could you ensure that she gets cared good for? I'd like to see her completely hesalthy"

"Of course. You have nothing to fear about the well being of your daughter."

===Some ten minutes later in his quarters==

"Demetrios, please tell me this is a dream. A horrible nightmare. I could not have just issued the order to kill millions of innocents."

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===Some ten minutes later in his quarters==

"Demetrios, please tell me this is a dream. A horrible nightmare. I could not have just issued the order to kill millions of innocents."

"I hope you hate the Admiral right now as much as I do. I'm going to try to get out of here as quick as possible. We've detained one shuttle which was inbound to the station, registered to Relena Peacecraft. I've also got fighters collecting whatever important stuff that may've survived the explosion. I doubt there's much though.

What's happening on your end?"

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"I hope you hate the Admiral right now as much as I do. I'm going to try to get out of here as quick as possible. We've detained one shuttle which was inbound to the station, registered to Relena Peacecraft. I've also got fighters collecting whatever important stuff that may've survived the explosion. I doubt there's much though.

What's happening on your end?"

"I probably hater her more than you do. Once my scan of the system is done, we're going to warp out towards Alpha Centari. I've got three suspected (OOC: going to toss in Jutopia now >__>) and one girl they held hostage. Picked up a small shuttle outbound of the system too. You have Peacecraft? Kick one of your officers out of his room and put her and her servant in there. Treat her nice and all that. Her father will have your neck if anything happens to her."

His comlink buzzed.

"What is it?"

"We've picked up a number of escape pods and other vehicles. Engineering tells us that it would be wise to stop loading anything new into our hanger bay until we have the chance to unload."

"Very well. Process all of the refugees and have them fed and given places to rest. Set course for Alpha Centari."

"Yes Sir."

"Looks like we're heading out Captain."

Within two minutes, the two massive ships of the Imperial Fleet engaged their warp drives and headed toward Alpha Centari--the Prison Planet. In their dust, they left behind the shuttle carrying Admiral Daala and her flotilla.

===In the Brig===

Ziemke walked down the rows of holding cells escorted by four guards. He was let into the first cell to come face to face with a somewhat rugged man.

"Who are you and why in God's good universe shouldn't I kick you out of my airlock right this instant?"

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The shuttle had returned back to the ISS Invincible as fast as it possibly could with a very angry Admiral onboard and after boarding she stormed out and headed for the bridge passing the crew members on her way who wisely got on with their jobs. On the bridge she demanded to now where the hell the other to Imperium vessels had gone but by then it wasn't possible to find out exactly and so still angry Daala had the helm plot a course back to their fleet headquarters whilst she wrote out her reports.

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Ziemke walked down the rows of holding cells escorted by four guards. He was let into the first cell to come face to face with a somewhat rugged man.

"Who are you and why in God's good universe shouldn't I kick you out of my airlock right this instant?"

"Because I'll simply climb back in," he muttered to Ziemke, smiling. "Besides, the holding cells on battle cruisers don't have airlocks. Too many 'accidents'." Sargun chuckled and looked Ziemke up and down.

Ziemke? I was almost under his command once. Thank God..

"My name is Sargun, last name stricken."

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"Because I'll simply climb back in," he muttered to Ziemke, smiling. "Besides, the holding cells on battle cruisers don't have airlocks. Too many 'accidents'." Sargun chuckled and looked Ziemke up and down.

Ziemke? I was almost under his command once. Thank God..

"My name is Sargun, last name stricken."

"Very funny punk. You would be surprised at the creative things we could do to get rid of you."

Ziemke waved and his guards exited the room.

"So Sargun. You think you're all badass taking a girl hostage, setting up a rebel network on Ceo, and getting millions killed?"

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"I probably hater her more than you do. Once my scan of the system is done, we're going to warp out towards Alpha Centari. I've got three suspected (OOC: going to toss in Jutopia now >__>) and one girl they held hostage. Picked up a small shuttle outbound of the system too. You have Peacecraft? Kick one of your officers out of his room and put her and her servant in there. Treat her nice and all that. Her father will have your neck if anything happens to her."

"Greeeat. (He rolls his eyes again) Last thing I need is another noble on my back. I'll see you on the other side."

Eldhack closed the link and headed back to the bridge.

"Navigator, get us the quickest route to Centaurus. Alpha first, then Proxima."

Through the ComLink in his ear

"Captain, the fighters have picked up some escape pods and shuttles but we have no more room in the hangars. Damn those designers for making it so small. We have to unload somewhere and soon."

"Get what you can in. Take the refugees and give them some food and a place to rest. We'll be out of here really soon."

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"Very funny punk. You would be surprised at the creative things we could do to get rid of you."

Ziemke waved and his guards exited the room.

"So Sargun. You think you're all badass taking a girl hostage, setting up a rebel network on Ceo, and getting millions killed?"

"You'd be surprised at the creative things I've done in your position," he said, his eyes full of malice. Smiling, Sargun stood up and towered over Ziemke, rolling his neck.

"I think I'm a badass all by myself, Ziemke. I took the chance at being a rebel after what you people did to me, and to capture three rebels you destroy millions of people? You sicken me, Captain." He snorted and looked around the room. "The girl I took along because my eyes need something to stare at when I wait for hours on our escape ride away." Another smile.

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Tyler had finally woke up. He had already been tossed into a separate cell. "Where am I?" he thought. He opened his eyes and stood up. He looked outside of his cell hoping to find a door or some way to escape. He glanced through the room looking for an escape pod or other cells. As far as his currently blurred vision could see, there was nothing. He waited for someone to come. He thought that he must be interrogated soon enough.

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"You'd be surprised at the creative things I've done in your position," he said, his eyes full of malice. Smiling, Sargun stood up and towered over Ziemke, rolling his neck.

"I think I'm a badass all by myself, Ziemke. I took the chance at being a rebel after what you people did to me, and to capture three rebels you destroy millions of people? You sicken me, Captain." He snorted and looked around the room. "The girl I took along because my eyes need something to stare at when I wait for hours on our escape ride away." Another smile.

Ziemke kneed Sargun in the crouch and hit him over his head sending the large man to the wall.

"You Rebel scum are the ones who are at fault for this. Your scum are the ones who infested the station and you scum are the ones who drove the Admiral to order the attack."

Turning around, he exited the door. Behind him, he could hear the seals hissing into place with a number of other high security doors closing on top.

"Have him kept under gas for the rest of the trip. I want security here doubled."

The soldiers saluted and Ziemke walked toward the next cell. This one was the one holding the girl that the three rebels had taken hostage. He entered and again waved for his guards to remain outside.

"I am terribly sorry that you have been caught up in all of this mess. I am Captain Ziemke Adlai. And who might you be?"

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Ziemke kneed Sargun in the crouch and hit him over his head sending the large man to the wall.

"You Rebel scum are the ones who are at fault for this. Your scum are the ones who infested the station and you scum are the ones who drove the Admiral to order the attack."

Sargun was kneed in the crouch, which caused little pain - after all, why go on a recruitment mission without a cup? - and hit over the head. He feigned to the wall in a mockery of a faint, grinning on the inside. As Ziemke started to leave, he stood up and lunged for the man.

"There were three of us! Three!" He punched the door as it slammed closed, denting it. "You had no right!" He continued to pound on the high security doors until his knuckles bled.

..!@#$%^&..

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ISS Orion

"Where's that interrogator who was questioning Peacecraft?"

After a few seconds.

"In the dining hall, sir."

"Bring him to the bridge, and move Peacecraft and her assistant into one of the empty cabins. Last thing we need is some noble running around the galaxy suing us."

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"I am terribly sorry that you have been caught up in all of this mess. I am Captain Ziemke Adlai. And who might you be?"

Sierra looked down at her feet before looking up to the Captain standing at the door. "I'm Sierra Malkin, I'm the daughter of Alexander Malkin from Zerard." She looked back down at the floor and lost herself in her thoughts for a moment. "Captain. Was Ceo destroyed?" Sierra looked at him with a sad face, as if trying to hold the souls of the millions in her eyes.

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After hours finally people came in to get her.

"That took you some time. Let me guess your Captain got a call?"

"It seems that you've become useful again. The Captain will be with you shortly."

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Sierra looked down at her feet before looking up to the Captain standing at the door. "I'm Sierra Malkin, I'm the daughter of Alexander Malkin from Zerard." She looked back down at the floor and lost herself in her thoughts for a moment. "Captain. Was Ceo destroyed?" Sierra looked at him with a sad face, as if trying to hold the souls of the millions in her eyes.

Ziemke could feel tears welling in his eyes while looking at her sad face. He turned to wipe away whatever was there quickly before responding.

"Sadly, it was. By the orders of an Admiral I plan to have arrested and court martialed for this. The blood of millions stains my hands. If I must go down with the Admiral for following orders, then I shall. However, until that time, we cannot have you staying in a prison cell. You are but another victim of this madness. I will have you escorted to more suitable quarters. If you wish, there are a great number of refugees on board, you may join them."

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Ziemke could feel tears welling in his eyes while looking at her sad face. He turned to wipe away whatever was there quickly before responding.

"Sadly, it was. By the orders of an Admiral I plan to have arrested and court martialed for this. The blood of millions stains my hands. If I must go down with the Admiral for following orders, then I shall. However, until that time, we cannot have you staying in a prison cell. You are but another victim of this madness. I will have you escorted to more suitable quarters. If you wish, there are a great number of refugees on board, you may join them."

Sierra looked away from the Captain, but nodded her head. "I just want to go home. But I will wait in the refugee area if that would be better for you. Please just lead the way." She turned back and frowned at the captain. "If they were rebels, then the hatred that will come out of this will only bolster their ranks. I would have imagined your admiral would have been able to see that. People aren't stupid you know." Slowly she hopped down from the bench and over to the Captain, awaiting to be shown to the refugee station on the carrier.

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