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All of the former Chief Engineers of the Enterprise have been murdered. Starfleet investigator Regina Campisi has identified a suspect, new Enterprise crewmember, Lt. Farrell. While LaForge watches his back, the command crew sets out to look for proof, with unexpected results.


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Characters

Reginald BarclayBeverly CrusherDataFarrellHarrisGeordi La ForgeCharles LoganJean-Luc PicardWilliam T. RikerRixxTana SantuDeanna TroiWorf, son of Mogh
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Terence ArgyleRegina CampisiSarah MacDougal

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USS BradburyUSS Enterprise-D
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USS Thomas Paine

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Starbase 92Zorta

Races and cultures

BetazoidBolianHumanKlingon
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Zortai

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Starfleet

Information

William T. Riker states that Campisi has a "rare case of female color blindness". The genes for photopigment in Humans are carried on the X sex chromosome, and only one properly functioning gene set is required to provide normal color vision. Thus, males (who have only one X chromosome) are more likely to be colorblind. A female would have to receive two defective gene sets for photopigment to be color-blind.

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