2017-12-22 (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.

The attack on the ONYX car left one survivor. There was a short argument about what should be done with him. Before anyone could make a lethal move on him, Jason announced the man was present at the Ide household and was seen on video so he can be tied to the event with evidence. Everyone stands down and the man was allowed to run away.

Head asks Vani to bring the ship to his house while he's piloting. Vani objects but asks Dawson who doesn't see the harm. When they arrive, Head opens fire on the house with machine guns and missiles. He said that Motor made it a home and it was just a place to him. Heather grieves with him.

Two days were skipped where Shana leaves the crew without objections. Everyone else deals with Motor's loss in their own way. Some by working, some in seclusion. Head, who switched back to being called by his birth name of Amos, lives on the ship with Heather but they sleep in different rooms.

Jason and Liz spent their waking hours working on the ship. Amos helped in the ways he said he would but Jason had to take his brother's place. Liz had set up an office in the control room where she was wrapping up the paperwork for the ship and probably a bit of Bud's legal trouble.

Heather had a difficult conversation with Jason where she asked about using Charged people to get Motor back. He truthfully reported that no Charged could revive the dead and none could travel backward in time. Dawson and Amos overheard.

Charged: DesertIrish

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