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During the refit Sulu and [[Pavel Chekov]] took shore leave on Earth, Chekov convincing Sulu to visit the holiday resort of Demora in the middle of the Sahara desert. At first Sulu was against the idea, but once there he met a mysterious woman calling herself [[Susan Ling|Ling Sui]]. Sulu wound up getting sucked into Ling's nefarious activities, resulting in the pair of them getting stranded in the middle of the Sahara desert. They spent the night together in an oasis, but after falling asleep, Sulu woke to find Ling had gone. Chekov was able to rescue Sulu in a shuttle, but they found no sign of Ling. ({{n|TOS|The Captain's Daughter}})
 
During the refit Sulu and [[Pavel Chekov]] took shore leave on Earth, Chekov convincing Sulu to visit the holiday resort of Demora in the middle of the Sahara desert. At first Sulu was against the idea, but once there he met a mysterious woman calling herself [[Susan Ling|Ling Sui]]. Sulu wound up getting sucked into Ling's nefarious activities, resulting in the pair of them getting stranded in the middle of the Sahara desert. They spent the night together in an oasis, but after falling asleep, Sulu woke to find Ling had gone. Chekov was able to rescue Sulu in a shuttle, but they found no sign of Ling. ({{n|TOS|The Captain's Daughter}})
   
Shortly after the encounter with [[V'Ger]], Kirk decided to name Sulu as his [[second officer]], feeling that it would be good command level experience for Sulu. When Spock took personal leave on [[Vulcan (planet)|Vulcan]], Sulu stood in as [[first officer]]. ({{n|TOS|Ex Machina}}) Sulu took the opportunity to tell the story of his [[Kobayashi Maru scenario|''Kobayashi Maru'' test]] to Kirk, [[Leonard McCoy|McCoy]], [[Montgomery Scott|Scotty]] and Chekov while they were stranded aboard a drifting [[shuttlecraft]] following an accident. ({{n|TOS|The Kobayashi Maru}}) When a child was killed by a [[plasma grenade]] during a fight between Klingons and an ''Enterprise'' [[landing party]] on [[Cragon V]], [[Weyland]], the omnipotent ruler of the planet, punished Kirk by sending Sulu, Scotty and Chekov back in [[time]]. Sulu found himself in Japan in [[1600]], where he swore allegiance to [[Torii Mototada]], the lord of [[Fushimi Castle]], and fell in love with Mototada's concubine, [[Lady]] [[Oneko]]. Oneko pleaded with Sulu to take her into the [[mountain]]s and live there with her as a farmer, but Sulu was unwilling to live in hiding and without honor. He brought her to safety in Edo, Japan and returned to Fushimi Castle, knowing that the forthcoming siege would result in the deaths of every person there. As the inevitable end of the siege approached, Sulu rode out into the enemy but was returned to the 23rd century by Weyland. ({{n|TOS|Home Is the Hunter}})
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Shortly after the encounter with [[V'Ger]], Kirk decided to name Sulu as his [[second officer]], feeling that it would be good command level experience for Sulu. When Spock took personal leave on [[Vulcan (planet)|Vulcan]], Sulu stood in as [[first officer]]. ({{n|TOS|Ex Machina}}) Sulu took the opportunity to tell the story of his [[Kobayashi Maru scenario|''Kobayashi Maru'' test]] to Kirk, [[Leonard McCoy|McCoy]], [[Montgomery Scott|Scotty]] and Chekov while they were stranded aboard a drifting [[shuttlecraft]] following an accident. ({{n|TOS|The Kobayashi Maru}}) When a child was killed by a [[plasma grenade]] during a fight between Klingons and an ''Enterprise'' [[landing party]] on [[Cragon V]], [[Weyland]], the omnipotent ruler of the planet, punished Kirk by sending Sulu, Scotty and Chekov back in [[time]]. Sulu found himself in Japan in [[1600]], where he swore allegiance to [[Torii Mototada]], the lord of [[Fushimi Castle]], and fell in love with Mototada's concubine, [[Lady]] [[Oneko]]. Oneko pleaded with Sulu to take her into the [[mountain]]s and live there with her as a farmer, but Sulu was unwilling to live in hiding and without honor. He brought her to safety in Edo, Japan and returned to Fushimi Castle, knowing that the forthcoming siege would result in the deaths of every person there. As the inevitable end of the siege approached, Sulu rode out into the enemy but was returned to the 23rd century by Weyland. ({{n|TOS|Home is the Hunter}})
   
 
In [[2278]] the ''Enterprise'' put in for another refit, and during her downtime Sulu was approached by [[Captain]] [[Morgan Bateson]] and offered the posting of [[First Officer]] aboard the {{USS|Bozeman|NCC-1941}}. Sulu accepted the position, but was instead called to [[Starfleet Medical]] by [[Doctor|Dr.]] Leonard McCoy, who informed Sulu that Ling Sui, whose real name was Susan Ling, had died and left him a daughter, [[Demora Sulu|Demora Ling]]. At first Sulu planned to send Demora to a boarding school and take the ''Bozeman'' posting, but as he grew to know her, he decided to take up fatherhood, accepting a posting at Starfleet Academy with Captain Kirk, so he could remain in San Francisco and care for her. ({{n|TOS|The Captain's Daughter}})
 
In [[2278]] the ''Enterprise'' put in for another refit, and during her downtime Sulu was approached by [[Captain]] [[Morgan Bateson]] and offered the posting of [[First Officer]] aboard the {{USS|Bozeman|NCC-1941}}. Sulu accepted the position, but was instead called to [[Starfleet Medical]] by [[Doctor|Dr.]] Leonard McCoy, who informed Sulu that Ling Sui, whose real name was Susan Ling, had died and left him a daughter, [[Demora Sulu|Demora Ling]]. At first Sulu planned to send Demora to a boarding school and take the ''Bozeman'' posting, but as he grew to know her, he decided to take up fatherhood, accepting a posting at Starfleet Academy with Captain Kirk, so he could remain in San Francisco and care for her. ({{n|TOS|The Captain's Daughter}})
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