Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by Athena28, Jan 15, 2020.
ARCHER: You heard the man, Travis. Four point nine.
TRAVIS: Aye, sir. Four point five, four point six, four point seven, four point eight.
(The ship vibrates.)
T'POL: The warp field is fluctuating.
TRAVIS: Four point nine.
TUCKER: Initialising stream compression.
(A fat red line turns to thin white one on the monitor.)
TUCKER: Damn, that's a beautiful sound.
T'POL: Field fluctuations have dropped to zero.
(waves to Miss Lemon )
ARCHER: We just got our second wind.
(There's a big bump and people lose their footings. Alarms go off and the fat red line is back and fatter.)
*waves back to May 20*
T'POL: Something's flooding the intake manifolds.
ARCHER: Drop to impulse.
TRAVIS: I've lost helm control.
ARCHER: Trip, status.
Trip: (over comm) I’ve got a primary injector flare.
Trip: I’m shutting down, it’s not responding, Captain!
Many explosions around Engineering. Trip runs to one the ladders on the side of the warp reactor and climbs up to the top.
T'Pol: The flare is causing a system-wide overload.
(There are flames next to her station too.)
(In Engineering, Trip manually shuts the engines down, but an explosion knocks him off the warp reactor to the deck. He hits his head hard, losing consciousness.)
(Enterprise falls out of warp into a purple fog.)
REED: Fires reported on B and C deck. Emergency crews en route.
TRAVIS: Helm control is still down.
T'POL: Some kind of polaric field, approximately eleven thousand kilometres in diameter. Composition unknown. I'll need more time to complete a detailed scan.
ARCHER: Is that what stopped us?
T'POL: It's a logical conclusion.
ARCHER: Keep scanning.
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