Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Mar 23, 2012.
Chakotay: That's where I'm going.
Tuvok: Plasma storm density increasing by fourteen percent. Twenty. Twenty five.
Chakotay: Hold on!
(The little ship dodges around the plasma streamers.)
TUVOK: The Cardassian ship is not reducing power. They're following us in.
CHAKOTAY: Gul Evek must feel daring today.
TUVOK: They've taken a hit on their port blade. They're sending out a distress signal on all Cardassian frequencies.
CHAKOTAY: Can you plot a course through these plasma fields, Mister Tuvok?
Tuvok: The storm's activity is typically widespread in this vicinity. I can plot a course, but I'm afraid it will require an indirect route.
CHAKOTAY: We can use a time to make some repairs. What was that?
Tuvok: Curious. We've passed through some sort of coherent tetryon beam.
Tuvok: Unknown. Now there appears to be a massive displacement wave moving toward us.
CHAKOTAY: Another storm?
Tuvok: It's not a plasma phenomenon. At current speeds, it will intercept us in less than 30 seconds.
CHAKOTAY: Anything left in those impulse generators, B'Elanna?
B'Elanna: We'll find out.
TUVOK: Still exceeding our speed.
Chakotay: Maximum Power.
TUVOK: Wave is continuing to accelerate. It will intercept us in eight seconds. Five...
(Everything goes white.)
A Week Later, On Earth at the Federation Penal Colony in New Zealand, many inmates work on various tasks. One man works on a technical junction with a tool.
A voice from nearby: Tom Paris.
Tom looks up and sees Captain Kathryn Janeway, standing before him.
Janeway: Kathryn Janeway. I served with your father on the Al-Batani. I wonder if we could go somewhere and talk.
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