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In [[2298]], Sulu made contact with the sundered branch of Earth humanity known as the [[Neyel]] when the ''Excelsior'' followed an [[interspace]] corridor into the [[Lesser Magellanic Cloud]]. Sulu's efforts were crucial in preventing war between the Neyel and the [[Tholian Assembly]]. ({{n|TLE|The Sundered}})
 
In [[2298]], Sulu made contact with the sundered branch of Earth humanity known as the [[Neyel]] when the ''Excelsior'' followed an [[interspace]] corridor into the [[Lesser Magellanic Cloud]]. Sulu's efforts were crucial in preventing war between the Neyel and the [[Tholian Assembly]]. ({{n|TLE|The Sundered}})
   
At some point in the early 24th century, Sulu takes [[shore leave]] time from ''Excelsior'' on an unnamed jungle-planet, when he is mistakenly attacked by [[Kang]] (now governor of a Klingon colony world), believing him to be the deceased [[James T. Kirk]]. Kang, investigating the alleged reappearance of Kirk there (following his disappearance in [[2293]]), agrees to team up with Sulu in order to verify the rumor. Along the way, the pair are assaulted by an automated defense system, followed by a battle against [[S'slee|S'alath]], the [[Gorn]] captain defeated by Kirk decades earlier during the [[Arena|Cestus III incident]]. Although stunned by Sulu's [[phaser]] blast, the Gorn captain dies, apparently due to extreme age and physiological infirmity. It is discovered that the rumors surrounding Captain Kirk's "reappearance" were due to a [[holographic projector]] installed by the Gorn captain, causing visitors to see images of Kirk. Sulu and Kang bury the Gorn, shake hands, and part ways amicably, returning to their respective commands. ({{c|TOS|The Veteran}})
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At some point in the early 24th century, Sulu takes [[shore leave]] time on an unnamed jungle-planet, when he is mistakenly attacked by [[Kang]] (now governor of a Klingon colony world), believing him to be the deceased [[James T. Kirk]]. Kang, investigating the alleged reappearance of Kirk there (following his disappearance in [[2293]]), agrees to team up with Sulu in order to verify the rumor. Along the way, the pair are assaulted by an automated defense system, followed by a battle against [[S'slee|S'alath]], the [[Gorn]] captain defeated by Kirk decades earlier during the [[Arena|Cestus III incident]]. Although stunned by Sulu's [[phaser]] blast, the Gorn captain dies, apparently due to extreme age and physiological infirmity. It is discovered that the rumors surrounding Captain Kirk's "reappearance" were due to a [[holographic projector]] installed by the Gorn captain, causing visitors to see images of Kirk. Sulu and Kang bury the Gorn, shake hands, and part ways amicably, returning to their respective commands. ({{c|TOS|The Veteran}})
   
 
In [[2308]], Sulu went missing for eleven years when the ''Excelsior'' was pulled into another universe and subsequently destroyed. He and over five hundred survivors of the ''Excelsior'' crew were eventually rescued by the ''Enterprise''-B. ({{n|ST|sub={{st|The Lost Era}}|One Constant Star}})
 
In [[2308]], Sulu went missing for eleven years when the ''Excelsior'' was pulled into another universe and subsequently destroyed. He and over five hundred survivors of the ''Excelsior'' crew were eventually rescued by the ''Enterprise''-B. ({{n|ST|sub={{st|The Lost Era}}|One Constant Star}})
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