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Log entries

Captain's log, supplemental
The Enterprise, and her entire crew, are in the grips of a hellish nightmare.
For reasons at present unknown, Lieutenant Castille, the Mentite super-telepath, is projecting illusions throughout my ship... Illusions of increasing severity.
And now, with some sort of psychic blast, he appears to have rendered the entire crew insensate, with the exception of the bridge crew.
It is therefore up to us to descend into the deepest regions of the ship-- Castille's last known location-- and bring him out of it... Though hell itself may bar the way.
Captain's log-- stardate 9000.4.
After thorough examination and research, Doctor McCoy believes that Castille suffers from an extremely rare Mentite disease-- showing up in one in three million-- called Le Guin's Syndrome. Similar, in the aspect of seizures to the old earth disease epilepsy.
He believes that Castille can be treated, but it will take time. In the meantime, Castille is wearing a neural dampener to keep his mental powers in check.
All is back to normal, but many crewmembers look shaken, even haunted. I am not sure that, with time's passing, they can leave their unpleasant individual revelations behind them.
I hope I'm sure.
It is comforting to know, however, that some things remain impervious to mental assault- including the single-mindedness of honeymooners.
We are on course for the plague-ridden planet Chapin One and expect to deliver the serum with the the hour. Computer, end log entry.

References

Characters

ArexWilliam BearclawBloemkerCastilleCerberus (illusion)Charon (illusion)Euclid (illusion)James T. KirkMartellLeonard McCoyMedusa (illusion)Minos (illusion)M'RessPhlegyas (illusion)Plato (illusion)Socrates (illusion)SpockTannerNyota Uhura

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-A (Enterprise-subclass refit Constitution-class heavy cruiser)

Locations

Races and cultures

CaitianHumanKlingonMentiteTriexianVulcan
Referenced only
Melkotian

States and organizations

FederationStarfleet

Science and technology

energymatterphaserspacestarshiptransporter

Ranks and titles

captainchief medical officercommandercommanding officercommunications officercrewmandoctorengineerensignfirst officerhelmsmannavigatorofficerscience officersecond officersecurity chieftactical officerweapons officer

Other references

captain's logUSS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A), 2286clothingcommunicationsgovernmentLe Guin's Syndromelog entrymedical logUSS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A)securitystardateStarfleet uniform(2278-2350s)

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