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Log entries

  • Captain's log, supplemental
    Until now, I've been resisting Brigadier Garad's certain conclusion that the stolen ship is headed for Klingon space...
    ... But as we leave the third destroyed Mardelvan outpost, that conclusion has become... inescapable.
  • Captain's log, stardate 8627.9
    The missing Mardelvan ship has been found... waiting... right on the edge of Klingon territory. Whoever's aboard her, they'v ignored our hails...
    .. We are holding position, just within sensor range... weighing alternatives.
  • Captain's log, supplemental
    Holding position near the abandoned EX-300. Brigadier Garad is convinced the mutineers who stole the ship have been picked up Klingons. I'm not so sure...
    ... But we are keeping a sharp eye out for cloaked Klingon ships lurking in the area and one big question keeps nagging at me...
    ... If the mutineers made it all the way to the Klingons' doorstep-- why abandon ship here?
  • Engineer's log, Scott recording
    Engineer Vayla an'ire beaming over to re-start the EX-300's engines.
  • Captain's log, supplemental
    Vayla's confession has answered some lingering questions. There never was a crew on the EX-300-- She'd programmed the ship's automated systms to carry out its mission--
    -- including the destruction of the three Mardelvan outposts. Vayla, Garad, and their co-conspirators face harsh judgment befor a Mardelvan military tribunal.
    On a happier note, Spock and the missing shuttle passengers managed to facilitate their own rescue. They await our return to Mardelva.



BergPavel ChekovGaradJames T. KirkKlaaLeonard McCoySean MichaelsSaavikSpockMontgomery ScottVaylaVixis

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-AEX-300


Races and cultures


States and organizations

Klingon EmpireStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets

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