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Revelation

Posted on Thu Oct 12th, 2017 @ 4:55pm by Commander Karsel`lyn Lylyl-Llytherraias & Lieutenant Colonel Kachiko Bayushi

Mission: Shakedown Mark II
Location: Fighter Bay
Timeline: Current

Lyn opened the hatch into her runabout, which prompted a smile on Kachiko's face as she followed her green friend inside. Moving into the back, Lyn motioned for the Marine to take a seat.

Settling into the plush pink cushions, Kachiko’s smile disappeared, “I have news, doll. It is unexpected and I recommend that you sit down for it.”

“Okay…” Lyn replied and moved to sit in the couch across from her old friend and past lover. “What's up, Chiko?”

“Well, for starters, we should be sure that we don't engage in physical intimacy again,” Kachiko winced at the thought of the repercussions of doing that. “Because Starfleet Intelligence happened across an unusual data point.”

“Are you sure that you can tell me?” Lyn asked.

“I am and I would still tell you even if I wasn't, Lynnie,” Kachiko looked sure of herself in that statement. “The thing is, your genetic profile was accidentally mixed into a batch of others involved in a criminal investigation, where mine was included for the purpose of ruling samples from me out. It involved trying to identify several people who had made me bleed when we fought. I managed to escape just in time for the structure to be leveled by a micro torpedo.”

“What I am trying to say is that, well, you are the daughter of the woman whose eggs were used to create my sister clones and I. We're sisters, Lynnie, which means that Reiko is your niece and Cai is likewise to me,” Kachiko grinned.

“So I made love to my own sister?” Lyn asked bluntly. To which the other woman nodded. To that, Lyn shrugged, “Not that I have any shame anyways.”

“We can't again, now that we both know, because it is still a crime,” Kachiko stated frankly. “Besides, you have your beautiful Captain.”

With that, Karsel'lyn jumped as there was a chime, “Who is here now?”

Jumping up, she bounded to the hatch, opening it up and then grinning, “Reiko!”

“Auntie Lynnie!” Reiko squealed happily, the diminutive dark-haired girl throwing herself at the taller half-Orion.

Kachiko chuckled, before Lyn could voice her question, “I called her down here while we were on our way.”

Lyn rolled her eyes, “Show off! You two and your crazy ability!”

“Telepathy is hardly crazy or unusual, doll. Mother was apparently also psy-enabled, which is how she managed to escape the people who created me. Apparently, that's when she ran into the people who sold her to your father,” Kachiko told her longtime friend.

“Is Cai here, Aunt Lynnie?” Reiko asked, looking up at the pilot. To which Lyn nodded and Reiko grinned, “Yay! Mom told me about her! I can't wait to meet her!”

“Well, she is your cousin, little girl,” Aunt Lynnie looked at the chronograph on the bulkhead. She blanched, “Oops! I have dinner with the Captain and Cai in five minutes! You have the deck, Chiko.”

With that, the little pilot dashed for the hatch and was quickly out of sight. Kachiko shook her head with a rueful smile, “She's not changed a whit.”

“Nope!” was Reiko's response as Lieutenant Colonel Bayushi Kachiko pulled herself up off of the couch, mother and daughter exiting the runabout and returning to their newly assigned quarters. The girl was incredibly happy to have the half-Orion back to her life, thoroughly enjoying the woman's exuberant nature.

 

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