((Interior. U.S.S. Juneau, Deck 10. Clanhouse.))
Hankow: Thank you very much, I won't be a bother. Just need to rest my legs
::he chuckled to himself::.
oO You idiot=E2=80=A6 excluding yourself from the conversation before it's =
Levinson: It is alright, Ensign. Rest as you wish, but you are by no way a
Levinson: Yes, what is your name, Ensign?
Hankow: I'm John Hankow. I believe a minute ago I heard this gentleman
::points at Serinus:: call you Levinson, wonderful name that is. Would you
mind telling me the rest of it?
It was indeed a peculiar way of asking someone for their name but Hankow
rolled with it anyway.
John felt as though people already knew about the fact that he was a
counselor, so making everyone feel comfortable around him, to prove he
wasn't some sort of evil demon, was necessary.
Levinson: I am Noa T'Nessa Levinson.
Hankow: Love it.
The counselor was slightly jealous of her name. Unlike his one hers sounded
unique and well thought out=E2=80=A6 "John Hankow" just sounded evil, which=
help his counseling career.
Levinson: ::letting out a small, subtle smirk:: No, it is not.
Hanhow: And what's your name? ::He directed his eyes towards Serinus::
Hankow: Good names all around then.
Everything seemed to be going smoothly so far. He had been permitted to sit
down, introductions went well enough and now they would start chatting.
Hankow: I am the ship's counselor.
This statement would usually push people far away from Hankow, leaving him
to talk to himself. However he had hope that things wouldn't always turn
out that way.
Hankow chose to not answer verbally, he simply nodded.
Hankow: Actually, I'm going to get a drink, it was nice meeting everyone.
He had bottled it=E2=80=A6
The nerves were too much for John to handle, especially on such an
important night. Hankow stood up and headed towards the bar, internally
kicking himself for not staying to socialize with the other officer's.
He caught the barmans eye just as he realised that he didn't even drink
Hankow: Fresh water, please.
John looked around at the eye-catching room and continued to appreciate
it's design. The wooden floors and walls were nice enough to put a smile
back on his face.
His water arrived.
Hankow: Thank you.
Ensign John Hankow
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