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48-page anniversary issue. (The Star Lost, Part 5 of 5)

Summary[]

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Log entries[]

Captain's Log, Stardate 44298.2 
We have arrived at the location specified by Commander Krogh of the Klingon Imperial Fleet. I have been assured that there will be no move to destroy the unknown vessel until I have had the chance to see it-- and at least attempt to communicate with it.
Captain's Log, Supplemental 
We have beamed aboard the last of those on the alien vessel-- and not a moment too soon... After all, its engines could have exploded at any moment-- destroying not only its occupants, but the Enterprise as well. If we had cut it any closer, Starfleet would be looking for a new flagship now. As it is, we only lost an opportunity to learn about an advanced propulsion technology-- a small things compared to the preservation of more than a thousand lives. A commendation is in order for Lieutenant Worf, whose courage and leadership enabled the crew of the Einstein to find its way home. Likewise, Doctor Selar, who kept my first officer despite the most adverse of circumstances-- and Ensign Wesley Crusher, whose helmsmanship and navigation skills proved invaluable. Let the record show that I am very proud of this young man. Naturally, Darios Appolene and his people will be returned to their various worlds-- which may may have changed a bit since they saw them last. They will need to adjust-- a task in which they will be aided by Ensign Nigata, Doctors Gold and Marino and Nurse Faraday, who have volunteered their free time to expedite the learning process. As for the hostiles... they too must be returned to their points of origin. Of course, this will require the coordinated efforts of many Starfleet vessels. It would be inefficient to have the Enterprise ferry them all home.

References[]

Characters[]

Tess AllenbyDarios AppoleneBurkeBeverly CrusherWesley CrusherDataFaradayGoldImlachKroghGeordi La ForgeMarinoNigataMiles O'BrienJean-Luc PicardWilliam RikerSelarDeanna TroiWorf

Starships and vehicles[]

USS Enterprise-D

Locations[]

Races and cultures[]

AndorianAndroidHumanFerengiGornKlingonLanatosianRomulanSkriiti

States and organizations[]

Starfleet

Other references[]

commanderensignfirst officer

Information[]

This is a special 25th anniversary (of TOS) double-sized issue.

Connections[]

published order
Previous comic:
The Barrier
TNG comics
DC monthly series
Next comic:
Wayward Son
Previous story:
The Barrier
Comics by:
Michael Jan Friedman
Next story:
Wayward Son
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Barrier
Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
See Spot Run
Previous Adventure:
The Barrier
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D)
Next Adventure:
See Spot Run
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