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Summary

Captain's Log, Stardate 42361.8. The derelict ship to which we transported our away team has proven to be anything but dead. Suddenly, it is very much alive. We have lost contact with Commander Riker and the rest of the team -- due to some sort of interference generated by the derelict. At the same time, the ship has taken off at high warp speeds that we cannot match. We find ourselves losing ground moment by moment. What's more, a small crack in our dilithium crystal has invited the possibility of our warp engines shutting down, an occurrence which would leave us crawling through space, while the so-called derelict robs us of our crewmates. As strange as it sounds, this appears to be a purposeful abduction. As if the derelict were an ancient mousetrap -- and we were the mice. But who would go to all that trouble to capture a handful of Federation personnel? And more important, for what purpose?
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References

Characters

Wesley CrusherDataGeordi La ForgeIngrid McRobbJames McRobbJean-Luc PicardKatherine PulaskiWilliam T. RikerDeanna TroiWorf

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class explorer) • Taxxan starship

Races and cultures

androidBetazoidHumanKlingon
Referenced only
Taxxan

Locations

the galaxy's Alpha or Beta Quadrants
Referenced only
Taxxus

Shipboard locales

USS Enterprise-D
bridge
Taxxan starship
corridor

Materials and substances

atmospherecrystaldilithiumgasmetaloxygen

Technology and weapons

combadgephaserstarshiptransportertype-2 phaser (mark VI battle phaser)

States and organizations

FederationStarfleet

Ranks and titles

acting ensigncaptainchief engineerchief medical officercommandercommanding officercounselordoctorengineerensignFederation Starfleet ranksFederation Starfleet ranks (2350s-2360s)first officerflight controllerlieutenantlieutenant commanderlieutenant junior grademedical practitionerofficersecond officersecurity chieftactical officerweapons officer

Other references

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Chronology

stardate 42361.8, 2365 (2360s chronology, Enterprise-D voyages)
The Enterprise faces the derelict.

Appendices

Related Stories

Connections

published order
Previous comic:
#3: The Derelict
TNG comics
DC monthly series
Next comic:
#5: Serafin's Survivors
Previous story:
The Derelict
Comics by:
Michael Jan Friedman
Next story:
Serafin's Survivors
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Derelict
Memory Beta Chronology Next Adventure:
Space Seeds
Previous Adventure:
The Derelict
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D)
Next Adventure:
Space Seeds


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