Note: okay, before I start, I'd just like to let you know a few things! Jodi is tony stark's granddaughter (or great granddaughter) she rebuilt tony's malibu mansion (including j.a.r.v.i.s and the robots), so just imagine the house scenes as tony's home. for example, the workshop/basement/garage. Second, I'm not exactly a star trek expert, so if i mess up or what not, I'm sorry.
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"Wakie Wakie J.A.R.V.I.S, time to get to work" Jodi said clapping at her desk in her workshop.
"At your service Ma'm" the robotic voice said as the screens of Jodi's desk simultaneously turned on and music started playing. Jodi glanced up from her screens and saw Leonard Mccoy punching in numbers to her glass door to enter the tech-savvy station.
"Mccoy, you're here early" Jodi said surprised
"Yeah, Good morning to you too" Mccoy said
"What do you want Mccoy, I"m busy" Jodi asked focusing her attention back to the screens, swiping her hand above a sensor as a holographic keyboard appears.
"Doing what?" Mccoy said as he crosses his arms
"Stuff" Jodi answered, her attention still locked onto the screens. Mccoy rolled his eyes and started looking around the workshop, noticing many large containers reading 'property of A.Stark.'.
"Jodi, what is all this?" Mccoy asked in a stern tone.
"More stuff" Jodi replied still busy at her desk. Mccoy glared at her, Jodi turned around in her chair and stood up and walked to her friend. she sighed "To be honest, I"m not exactly sure what all of this stuff is. That;s what I'm trying out figure out." she told him. Mccoy shook his head 'It's not even yours!" he said aggravated. Jodi pointed at him "Wrong. I am a Stark, Tony is my grandfather, he passed this down to my father, who passed it down to me, ergo it's mine" she said passively. Mccoy sighed in annoyance.
"So, on a lighter note, how've you been?" He asks.
"Busy" Jodi quickly responds
"Gee, didn't see that coming" he said sarcastically.Jodi kneels down to unlock once of the containers, as she looks through it,she finds several blue prints. Two of the blueprints catches her eye, she unrolls one of them.
Mccoy looked over the light-brown haired girl's shoulder
"Jodi, what the heck is that?" he asks confused.
Well, looking at the description, I think it's an arc reactor, basically an electromagnet." she explains to the doctor, amazed at the design.
"Jodi, this stuff is 200 years old, why are you even looking at it? what's the point?" Mccoy asks. Jodi stood back and walked back to her desk, blueprints in hand, sat back down, looking at them.
"Mccoy, I've told you, I need to find out anything and everything I can about my family. And I have to do it myself. It's not like I can just ask anyone around here if they knew or met Tony Stark! Besides, this may be a stepping stone to something greater, something...better! You've heard of all the accomplishments he's made! I want to be as successful as he was!" she exclaimed.
Mccoy sighs "Okay, fist off, you're already a success! I mean, look at what all you've accomplished! You practically rebuilt a replica of your grandfather's entire mansion! you're a what..engineer, mechanic, chemist, weapons developer. You're a genius!" Mccoy told her. "You know, your family comes from a long line of geniuses, and you're no exception Jodi" he says ask he walks toward her.
"That's sweet Mccoy, thanks" Jodi says nonchalantly as she continued to examine the arc reactor blue print.
Mccoy put his hand her shoulder. "Jodi, I want you to join Starfleet, they could use someone like you" he tells her sincerely. He kneels down to get a better look at the blueprint.
Jodi puts the blueprint down and turns to face Mccoy. "Starfleet?" she asks curiously. "Why Starfleet? That's like deep space isn't it? I'm not an astronomer, Doctor" she tells him turning back around to face her screens once more.
"Listen, Jodi, we could really use you in engineering on the Enterprise" Mccoy continues. Jodi sighs "I don't know Mccoy, I'll..give it some thought" she says.
"Alright, I Gotta go, see ya Jo" Mccoy says as he exits the workshop.