Below is 240 words or so. This is a space opera that I am developing out. Does this draw you at all? Are there questions yet? Is it bare enough? Is it too loaded? What of the computer's use of capitalization when "speaking"? I love feedback! Far from the star of a faraway system, a dark hulled freight hauler with the name Fate Found brazened in yellow and blue idled. Blinking lights lined the antennae array and the bright flood lamp of the docking port flickered. The vessel, in rescue mode, consumed less power while it waited for any passing vessel. Inside the Fate Found the corridors littered with floating debris. Orange warning lights danced on the bulkheads. The silence was broken by the occasional oxygen depletion alarm. The star shined through the bridge viewport. An empty mug bounced off the viewport, the contents of the mug blobbed nearby. A single flight seat was affixed to the floor in front of the viewport. Strapped in the seat, unconscious, was the pilot of the Fate Found. The straps kept his body from floating around with the debris. The panel in front of him was a dizzying arrangement of buttons and numbs and several screens. A red light blinked atop one of the screens. On the screen was printed out several lines of text. OXYGEN LEVELS IMMINENT. COMMUNICATIONS ARRAY MALFUNCTION. ENGINE START MALFUNCTION. ATMOSPHERIC CONTROL FAILURE. ESCAPE POD JETTISONED. CAPTAIN WITH VESSEL. APPREHEND URGENT. END TRANSMISSION. The ships on board computer had a limited power to draw from, it would not be able to overcome this challenge without the captain. However, the captain was unconscious and unable to interact with the computer to resolve this crisis.