Jonathan_S wrote:cthia wrote:Or rather, in Young's case, not "too important to dismiss" inasmuch as too difficult to cut through the red tape of the NH-Files. LOL
Somehow Young had to have relieved Elvis Santino! Can't you just hear the excitement of Dame Estelle at the fact that "Elvis has finally left the building!" LOL
Except for the niggling little detail that the drunken wiki had that little fact stricken from the record.
I still have a lingering suspicion that Young's incompetence would have broadcasted itself. Wherever he was sent he would have been meddling. He's superior than mere baseborns in his mind. For example, he probably didn't first begin thinking that he could rearrange system traffic better than the people who have been doing it forever with his trip to Basilisk. I'm willing to bet he tried that schit elsewhere, and may even have gotten away with it with someone afraid of his clout by proxy. Which would have made its way back to the powers that be.
"He did what?! Arranged traffic how?!"
"Either you get this SOB out of my hair, or you've got my resignation! Which is included with this communiqué in advance!"
Santino would, I think, have been senior to Young; so Young wouldn't normally relieve him. But I love the idea that Santino might have been stuck in Basilisk when Warlock first arrived. (And then would have to have left no later than when Young defaulted to picket commander)
Well, when I say relieve, I mean that Santino had done the time for his crime and his exile was up.