Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by LeadHead, Jan 31, 2012.
Is there some reason they should not be told?
I am concerned that if you return to your own time with knowledge of the future
Return to the battle? We barely escaped with our lives. If we returned, we'd be destroyed.
Have you any idea how this happened?
There was a fierce volley of photon torpedoes...we were hit...a bright light and then here.
It is possible that this exchange of fire was the catalyst for the formation of a temporal rift. History has no record of your battle with the Romulans.
We were responding to the distress call from the Klingon outpost on Nerendra III. The Romulans were attacking it. We engaged them. But there were 4 Warbirds.
The Narendra Three outpost was destroyed. It is regrettable that you did not succeed. A Federation starship rescuing a Klingon outpost might have averted twenty years of war.
I still can't quiet make myself believe it, 22 years.
I'm reading forty percent on forward shields. What do you have on aft?
That won't cut it. Commander, advise Lieutenant La Forge that shields are below minimum.
We'll never see our homes again. Our families.
How do you know your family's not still alive.
You're right, I don't. But imagine coming home after twenty-two years. Would I even recognise them?
What are the stats on the main phaser banks?
Emitters available, sixty percent forward, fifty two percent aft.
Good. Let's take a look at the torpedo launchers.
I guess I'm lucky to be alive at all.
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