Location: Unknown system Dominant Species: Various The Gulvi-ka Mui dropped out of the tunnel well into the star system. The Emissary sat in her chair upon the bridge. The Tin-Ta’a of the ship looked around. “Secure the Tinvyma Movidoanor. Power up the Tinvymai Tyokame but keep them on standby. Commence charging of the Anoka Wotanu'pa and Anoka Udano.” Saflea turned to Kohaku, “So what now Vonai-Rya'ka? Shall I send for tea for you while we wait?” She asked with a small smile. Kohaku shook her head, “No tea, we could be sitting here for a while.” She turned to the communications operator. “Commence transmitting interlingua code on the specified frequencies. Set it to repeat every two hours.” The operator responded to her command by activating the system with a series of quick command strokes. “Now we wait.” Kohaku said to Saflea who had walked over to stand beside her. “The interlingua has not been used since before the Norka. I’m surprised that there was a copy of it still available.” “It was difficult to find, I had spoken with many of the Ryauos'te from before the Norka. And they all had mentioned it. It was a matter of finding where the data was stored. Fortunately the Kyn Lumu'ai Jael keeps excellent records. Unfortunately many of the inventory records from that time were never digitized. We will not need it for contacting some species, but this group has no contact with the others. So we have to return to the old ways. Patience is now the order.” Kohaku said as she stood up. “I will be in my cabin; it will be awhile before we see any kind of response from them in the form of physical. Communications will take even longer. Join me when you have turned over the bridge to the Tin-To’a.” Kohaku then exited the bridge and made her way to her cabin. Once there she removed the extra garments of her station. She turned on some music to relax to and got comfortable in one of the Buvoli Vakame. She shifted her weight and let the chair move to a reclined position that she preferred. She looked at the table next to the chair and smiled. Geiars her attendant was as efficient as ever. There were two glasses on the table and a bottle of Voltam Tyo'te. She poured herself a glass and lit it. She watched the flames dance on the surface and the color of liquid began to change.