not really, as in the second option, well there will at the minimum be a board of inquiry, if not a Court Marital over what she does.
Sounds like all the more reason to juxtapose the two I'm going to be going with a semi-light-semi-action piece, I just need to come up with some new character names and do a bit of research before I get writing
Had a thought of a fever pitched siege, but every thought I had as to writing about the siege itself was playing out exactly the same as my entry in challenge #32.
Then I had a thought, why is it that all this conflict and damage to these ships, yet the captain's log never gets affected? I'm calling bs to this, so my log got corrupted
Anyhoos, bash away
What? I think it'd be better to see the details than have the "corrupted" entry. Maybe you could add an epilogue where the admiralty harasses your captain for more information. You wouldn't have to rehash all the gory details in that conversation/argument, and it'd be more satisfying than the complete blank you have given us.