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Log entries

  • Captain's personal log, stardate 8673.9
    In the Elikri sector... the Enterprise and her crew have hust served as unwitting decoys--
    -- enabling Commander T'Rin, a Vulcan officer on special Starfleet assignment, to confirm that Ambassador Sidak has actually been a long time Romulan spy--
    -- captured in the act of trying to sabotage a treaty with Nara'Gi Ordinat.
    With Sidak in our brig, we have done the Nara'Gi the favor of intercepting a stolen courier ship--
    -- and taking custody of an unusual pair of fugitives--
    -- a native boy named Dalen, and his companion-- a young Vulcan woman--
    -- name T'Ariis, who claims to be the daughter of Ambassador Stonn and T'Pring.
    T'Pring... a name I'll never forget...
    ... The woman Spock returned to Vulcan to marry almost twenty five years ago.
    Betrothed, according to ancient Vulcan custom, when they were just children...
    ... To be joined in a Pon Farr ceremony that turned anything but simple when T'Pring surprised everyone by invoking her right of challenge--
    -- Pitting Spock in personal combat against a champion of her choosing.
    A classic case of never agreeing to anything until you check the fine print.
    And it almost was, too-- with me on the wrong end of a verytight ahn-woon.
    Only then, when it was all over did T'Pring explain.
  • Captain's log, supplemental
    Passing 'Gi, the outer planet of the pair making up the Nara'Gi system. From what little we know the inner planet, Nara, is the seat of power.
    Stonn can provide details of the relationships between the two sister planets, as well as the twenty other worlds in nearby star systems that make up the rest of the Nara'Gi Ordinat.
  • Captain's log, supplemental
    While Doctor McCoy returns to the Enterprise to research Vulcan pulmonary illnesses, Spock and I have been granted a meeting with Supreme Adjutant Vikota at the Nara'Gi Justice Bureau.



Pavel ChekovDalenJames T. KirkKoinohLeonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSeporaSidakSpockStonnHikaru SuluReverad TaxafahT'AriisT'PringT'RinNyota Uhuraunnamed USS Enterprise-A personnel

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-A (Constitution-class Enterprise-subclass) • Nara'gi courier


Shipboard locations

USS Enterprise-A

Planets and planetoids


Stars and systems

40 EridaniNara'gi system

Stellar locations

Elkiri sector

Races and cultures


States and organizations

FederationStarfleetNara'gi OrdinatRomulan Star Empire

Ranks and titles

ambassadorcaptainchief engineerchief medical officercommandercommanding officercommunications officerexecutive officerhelmsmanlieutenant commandernavigatorofficerscience officersecurity chieftactical officer

Technology and weapons


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