Alright, here's my outline for my next post:
Nautilus comes to, examines his wound, is visibly annoyed by having to be helped, but brushes those emotions aside, as we have more important things to attend to.
Eerie fixes Beckendorf while Nautilus watches, giving a tip or two when something looks difficult, stepping in to help if Eerie requests, until Beckendorf is stable.
Beckendorf comes out of his consciousness for a few fleeting moments, then asks Eerie to weaponize him, saying he's tired of running from the Automatons, and needs some sort of defense.
Upon Eerie asking what he had in mind, Beckendorf sheepishly removes a sketch of a buffed-up weaponized Beckendorf from his pocket, along with a piece of paper detailing the weapons explicitly, before defending his child-like drawing with the excuse that there's not much to do when you're hiding inside a barrel, smiling, then falling back under the influence of the Aether-based anesthesia.
Nautilus goes to gather weapons from the storage room nearby that would fit Beckendorf's description, brings a dozen to Eerie for inspection, and after selecting several of them, Eerie and Nautilus modify them, then surgically attach them to Beckendorf's exoskeleton.
After that, Jyn walks into the room, saying that Lestrade needs to talk to Nautilus.
Nautilus reluctantly acknowledges Lestrade's request, bringing Eerie along, as she may want to meet the official Rebellion programmer.
After a short, one-sided conversation (spearheaded by Lestrade, who is somewhat of a narcissist), Nautilus and Eerie leave the underground room (with Nautilus annoyed by Lestrade's presumptuousness, even though Nautilus did create him), coming back to the recovery room to check on Beckendorf, who is still asleep.
There's more, but I think that's enough for now.
What are your recommendations to further my dialogue-writing?
I will listen and attempt to apply them as best as I can.