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Fri Aug 27, 2010 7:51 pm
While on routine patrol, the Enterprise receives an excited communication from starbase XIV telling of an enormous metallic shape rushing at supralight velocity toward Earth. The shape was tracked by two different automatic monitoring stations, As the Enterprise is the nearest ship to the object, Kirk is directed to intercept and destroy or alter the course of the huge mass. Hasty spectroscopic analysis has determined that the object is approximately 30 kilometers across and some seventy long, As it's cpmposed of dense metallic material, both starfleet science and Lt. Vulcan assume it's a large meteor. One odd thing though, the communication adds. It seems that the object produces some peculiar radiation of some kind, since both of the outomatic monitors went mad following the close passage of the object Kirk objects ... computers don't go crazy. Commander ponts out that they'll find out for themselves soon enough ... when they intercept the strange object. Kirk orders emergency speed, warp seven. Klaxons blare as the crew races to emergency stations. Engines rumbling with the effort, the Enterprise races through space to make the renezvouse. Tension mounts on the bridge as they near the object, Lt Vulcan, hunched over his consol of metal ... but not the nickel-iron that makes up most meteors. Instead, their quarry is formed of many different metals alloyed in complex chemical combination that would seem to hint at refining techniques. McCoy scoffs: refining? A perturbed Vulcan insists that's what his sensors imply. Sulu announces that they're coming up hard on the object, preparatory to paralleling its course. Uhura reports that they should have visual contact soon. Kirk orders with a massive barrage. They swoop in close ... and we see the appalled reactions of our various crewmembers as visual contact is made and the object appears on the fore viewscreen. "You were right, Mr. Vulcan," McCoy mutters, his gaze fixed on the viewscreen, "that's no meteor." Cut to space as we see the Enterprise, side view, rising. An object slides into view from above, gradually settling like a planetary surface behind the cruiser. The object is a gigantic chrome-and-silver construction of multiple spires locked together, like crystals of a polished stibnite (antimony). The general effect is of some monsterous cathedral lying on its side. Against that gleaming leviathan the Enterprise is tiny whitish shape. A purple glow emanates from the stern of the massive form. "It's a ship," the Commander murmurs in disbelief. Impossible, Kirk argues. No ship is that big. Lt Vulcan announces that he will double-check his instruments, and goes into a frenzy of activity at the science station. Uhura confirms their fears, announcing that a poerful hailing signal is coming in. Kirk orders the signal put over the bridge speakers. A rumbling, yet oddly stilted voice declares itself to be the servant of the great god N'sa (pronounced "En-SA"). Lt. Vulcan immediately checks, can find no reference in the galactic lexicon to a god named N'sa. The voice reveals that it is on its way to N'sa's homeworld, Earth, to clear Earth of a deadly infection that has devastated that planet. N'sa showed the chosen people. "we the wan," the existance and magnificence of the universe. In return "We of the wan" wish to return this gift by clearing N'sa's world of the festering disease N'sa indicated was poisoning it's surface. The commander does not understand. What "festering disease"? What's this infection they're talking about? The voice starts to explain ... then gasps in horror (accompanied by wild metallic cacking). "You! The disease has spread even into the clean depths of space!" What disease? the Commander persists. "I think," says Lt. Vulcan quetly, "They mean us, Commander." The voice rages on, furious now. The infection must be wiped out. Kirk doesn't take kindly to the idea of being wiped out. Battle stations are sounded and Kirk orders Sulu to fire the photon torpedoes. This is done, and we see the massive firepower of the Enterprise leap across to the surface of the colossal spacecraft. But the energy merely dissipates along the substance of the Wan craft without harming it, though the Enterprise is rocked by the power and the proximity of the explosions. Attack having failed, Kirk orders the Enterprise to retreat at maximum speed. But though the Enterprise strains and Scotty does his best, the ship fails to move ... pinned by energy fields to the silver ship. Finally Kirk has to concede their helplessness and ordered Scott to shut down lest they overload and destroy themselves before exhausting any last hope. There is a strange silence, more nerve-wracking than the futile fight and attempt to flee.Commander is puzzled. Something's wrong here. Clearly the Wan can destroy them whenever they wish, yet they're not doing so. The reason is evident now to Kirk. The Wan only want to kill off the infection ... meaning the crew ... which implies they want the Enterprise intact, no doubt as a valuable prize ship which could tell them much about the Federation and its capabilities. Toomuch. Kirk tells Scotty to let the engines race to override as soon as he gives the order, to prevent the Enterprise and the information it contains from falling into the Wan hands. He then tells the Wan ship what's been readied. If the Enterpriseisn't set free, Kirk will order it destroyed, perhaps creating a powerful enough explosion to destroy or damage the Wan ship itself.
klingonking
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Sun Oct 24, 2010 5:42 am
sound quite cool you should keep working on this
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Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:31 am
Excellent
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Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:34 am
i agree with captain janeway
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