Introduction (blurb)[edit | edit source]

From solicitations: The final mission of the Enterprise continues as the crew is caught in the middle of two bloody civil wars. With the Enterprise damaged, and everyone fighting for control of the Heart of God -- the most powerful weapon in the known galaxy -- will Kirk and Spock have the time to give their lost friend Doctor McCoy the memorial service he deserves?

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log entries[edit | edit source]

Captain's log, Stardate 5951.2. 
The diplomatic assignment to Archernar-IV was meant to be an easy finish to the Enterprise 's five-year mission. But upon our arrival, anti-Federation rebels seized control of Archernarian planetary defenses – destroying an orbital station and crippling the Enterprise in the attack. Eleven officers were lost. Archernar-IV is considered a top priority to join the Federation. This unusual world is not a planet, but a huge and ancient warship, abandoned millions of years ago by a race of giants, and now occupied by creatures that evolved within the ruins. Archernar's power grid has remained functioning for untold millions of years... a mechanism the natives call "The Heart of God". It is the most powerful energy generator in the known galaxy, and an incredibly valuable resource. ...Or a weapon of untold destructive power. To add to my worries, the chief medical officer is ten minutes late checking in with his away team. Doctor McCoy is hunting down a cure for Blake's disease. He thinks it can be found in some local flora Dr. Piper noted when we first visited this world. I hope that cure is out there. With eleven dead, it would offer some balance, if this mission ends up saving lives in the long run.'
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References[edit | edit source]

Characters[edit | edit source]

Marikk BotarBoydElizabeth CassadyPavel ChekovHigh AdministratorJames T. KirkLeonard McCoyMooreHeihachiro NoguraSarekMontgomery ScottHikaru SuluNyota Uhura
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Divine BuildersMark Piper

Starships and vehicles[edit | edit source]

USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)Shuttlecraft Columbus (NCC-1701/2)
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USS MerrimacUSS Lexington

Locations[edit | edit source]

Archernar IVArchernarMilky Way Galaxy

Races and cultures[edit | edit source]

ArchernarianCrawlerHumanOrionVulcan

States and organizations[edit | edit source]

FederationFederation CouncilOrion SyndicateSection 31Starfleet

Ranks and titles[edit | edit source]

admiralambassadorcaptainchief medical officerdoctorHigh Administratorlieutenantofficerredshirt

Technology and weapons[edit | edit source]

energy generatorHeart of GodOmega-weaponorbital stationphaserphaser rifleplanetary defensepower gridsensorshield (starship)translatortricorderwarshipweapon

Other[edit | edit source]

alienanimalaway teamBiblebirdBlake's diseasebloodbridgecaptain's logcockroachEdenengineevolutionfive-year missionfuneralGeneral Order 24Godlanding partylogicplanetquartersradiationreligionsecuritystardatetreatyTree of Knowledge

Information[edit | edit source]

  • If the images on the banner at the memorial service are intended to be the dead personnel from the survey station, there are too many of them: twenty when only eleven officers were lost.

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Timeline[edit | edit source]

Published Order
Previous comic:
Mission's End, Issue 2
TOS comics
Mission's End
Next comic:
Mission's End, Issue 4
Previous story:
Mission's End, Issue 2
Stories by:
Ty Templeton
Next story:
Mission's End, Issue 4
Chronological Order
Previous adventure:
Mission's End, Issue 2
Memory Beta Chronology Next adventure:
Mission's End, Issue 4

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