- TNG Magazine
- During a battle with an alien vessel, Captain Picard has jettisoned the saucer section of the Enterprise, a standard safety procedure to protect the civilian members of the crew. The mysterious Q has dramatically reappeared on the Battle Bridge, and while the remaining crew members are distracted, the saucer has disappeared from their screens. Another of Q's tricks?
- Captain's log, stardate 42128.3
- Having successfully disabled the aggressive alien vessel before us, we have taken her surprisingly human crew aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. While under attack by this unclassified carrier, we were forced to jettison our craft's saucer section. Usually a simple standard safety procedure, designed to spare the lives of our civilian passengers, I'm afraid I may have doomed everyone aboard her when I gave the order to initiate the maneuver, in this particular instance.
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- Michael Bickley • Patricia Bickley • Beverly Crusher • Wesley Crusher • Data • Fenal • Fenton • Geordi La Forge • Milzoff • Jean-Luc Picard • Q • Raaza • Reglech D'Pru • William T. Riker • Strutt • Deanna Troi • William • Worf, son of Mogh • Tasha Yar
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- android • battle bridge • bridge • cloaking device • phaser • saucer section • sedative • sickbay • stardrive section • suicide
Stardate 42128.3 is given in the story, but the DC Comics TNG Timeline adjusts the stardate to 41198.3.
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