2017-12-08 (F) Weekly Summary

It occurred to me that not everyone reading this blog is willing to read through all the previous blogs in order to catch up to the current day and there are a lot of past blogs about Charged: DesertIrish. To help people understand what is happening, I wrote an introduction to Charged: DesertIrish which encourages people to start the story and it gives some background about why I started and what makes it important to me.

For everyone reading along, here are the spoilers for the week.

After escaping armed helicopters, Dawson gives some serious considerations to the operation of the ship as well as some of the maintenance after the first flight. The commanding side of his personality came out as he issued irrefutable orders and people accepted them as logical and complied.

Jason displayed a wireframe image of the ship to show where some of the important parts were and Dawson realized how little of the ship he had actually explored. While everyone was busy, he set out to see the areas of the ship he hadn’t seen.

After a hard day, Dawson and Vani went to the Unnamed Café for dinner and surprisingly, found it empty. The waiter lowered the lights for them and served them a lobster bisque, family style. Vani mentioned their launch of the ship and the waiter brought them a bottle of champagne for a christening. He claimed the vintage was so poor that they would be doing him a favor by smashing the bottle.

Dawson and everyone met in Oak Lair before going to the desert. Motor and Head went back in order to pick up some chairs for the bridge. Heather commented on how close they were to Vani’s home in Arizona, even though they were a couple hundred miles away, Vani invited everyone to a picnic lunch. Agnes asked for permission to go back there and buy food since there was none at the house.

Charged: DesertIrish

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