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|LOG=Starship ''Tribble Trouble''. Consumed in a debris field by blue meanies inside a…...void. We’ve managed to rescue some survivors from the ''S.S. Iberia'' and are fending off some sort of creature that seems to get super-territorial and might feed off energy, but I don't know if we'll be able to replicate it exactly. If we goof, they might eat us.}}
 
|LOG=Starship ''Tribble Trouble''. Consumed in a debris field by blue meanies inside a…...void. We’ve managed to rescue some survivors from the ''S.S. Iberia'' and are fending off some sort of creature that seems to get super-territorial and might feed off energy, but I don't know if we'll be able to replicate it exactly. If we goof, they might eat us.}}
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Having returned to Ketar, Veritas remains in orbit for repairs. The Diligent class vessels proved themselves in our rescue, and I have no doubt Starfleet Command will be pleased with their performance. Meanwhile, our scans show that the creatures from the void have not left Scylla Pass, evidently making it their new home. It will take some time, I'm sure, but I'm recommending to the colonial government that the area be designated a wildlife refuge protected from traffic and future space races.
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The unexpected survivors we found from the Iberia are remaining aboard for now until we can help get them back to their families and update their loved ones. And finally, after quite the eventful field trip, it's time to say goodbye to our special guests.}}
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Revision as of 21:46, 26 November 2019


Veritas Mission History
Year 1 (2393-2394)
The Forgotten Land · Rag and Bone · Aftershock · The Mother Road
Year 2 (2395)
The Irresistible Prize · Kallo Ver & The Hunt for the Lost Romulan Treasure Fleet · The Omega Paradox · Hope Lost · Flashpoint
Year 3 (2396)
Limbo · Dawn · Home · Sentinel · Play the Part · The First Colony · Tour de Ketar V · Charybdis · Lost and Found
Year 4 (2397)
E Pluribus Unum
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Charybdis

  • Stardate 239609-10

With a class of schoolchildren aboard on a field trip during a regional starship race, Veritas falls through a hidden wormhole into a pocket of seemingly empty subspace only to discover that they may not be alone.

Plot Summary

Log Entries

Lieutenant Jon Cumar.jpg
Lieutenant
Jonathan Cumar

Tactical Officer’s Log Entry, 239611.23

Starship Tribble Trouble. Consumed in a debris field by blue meanies inside a…...void. We’ve managed to rescue some survivors from the S.S. Iberia and are fending off some sort of creature that seems to get super-territorial and might feed off energy, but I don't know if we'll be able to replicate it exactly. If we goof, they might eat us.


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Captain
Roshanara Rahman

Captain's Log, Stardate 239611.26

Having returned to Ketar, Veritas remains in orbit for repairs. The Diligent class vessels proved themselves in our rescue, and I have no doubt Starfleet Command will be pleased with their performance. Meanwhile, our scans show that the creatures from the void have not left Scylla Pass, evidently making it their new home. It will take some time, I'm sure, but I'm recommending to the colonial government that the area be designated a wildlife refuge protected from traffic and future space races.

The unexpected survivors we found from the Iberia are remaining aboard for now until we can help get them back to their families and update their loved ones. And finally, after quite the eventful field trip, it's time to say goodbye to our special guests.