A/N: Here’s another log recap from the point of view of my KDF character, Melana! I’d like to give a shout out to Hashakgig1106 for not only teaming up with me, but for taking some screenshots and letting me use her characters in the recap. If you recognize it from the Star Trek community, I don’t own it. I picked Zuleikha Robinson for Melana’s voice, who you can hear in this video. However, be warned, if you haven’t seen Rome and plan on watching it, there are some serious spoilers for the show.
Major General’s Log Stardate 95726.01
This is Melana of the I.K.S. HAR’NUC and I just got another message from Daniels. Apparently, there’s a disturbance in the 27th Century caused by Vorgon Mercenaries and I have to protect a scientist named Kal Dano. I also have to prevent his research from falling into the wrong hands which is, you guessed it, the hands of the Vorgon. I asked Daniels why the Vorgons want this item called the Tox Uthat and, apparently, they want to sell it. I can’t I say I blame them. I can think of quite a few people who would pay good latinum for the power to destroy a whole star. Therefore, I set a course for the Lirss System and met up with Daniels.
Apparently, I wasn’t the only one Daniels called. When I got there, I met a Reman named E’Mak who Daniels also contacted.
With the time shift completed, Thraak told me that Daniels docked at shuttlebay 1. Then told me that, in the future, we end up terraforming Lirrs and it looks like we’re getting close to succeeding. As soon as Daniels came onboard the bridge, I used a tiny bit of pheromones, as I usually do with people who work with me. It’s not enough to drive them crazy, but enough to let me determine if they can be trusted. It’s like putting on perfume to make yourself more desirable to someone you want to fuck. Unfortunately, it only works on half the population and that half can sometimes be strong willed enough to fight that little bit of pheromone usage. Daniels asked me why I was bothering with my pheromones when I’m well aware that he’s too strong-minded to succumb to a small dose. He’s right and, if I increase the dosage, it will sap some of my energy and cloud Daniels’ mind. So I stopped using the pheromones.
After that, Daniels told me that Kal Dano’s stationed at the Daystrom Institute and we need to get into scanning range to find out if the Vorgon took him. First, I asked him the usual question, such as why Kal Dano is significant. He told me about how he’s a brilliant scientist working on the Tox Uthat, which I said earlier can destroy stars. It’s a powerful weapon in the wrong hands and, according to Daniels, the Vorgon are the wrong hands. Then I asked why E’Mak was here and Daniels told me that this mission was too important to trust with a single person. He followed that up by saying that E’Mak and me are both the best in our field and need to work together to stop the Vorgon. All right, it’s not as if it’s my first time working with someone else. After that, I finally ordered the helm to bring us into scanning range.
The minute we got in range of the Vorgon ship, Thraak told me that there’s no sign of the Tox Uthat or Kal Dano on there. He warned me that they’re at yellow alert, and then told me that the Vorgon might already be on the planet looking for Kal Dano. Therefore, I told Thraak to let me know if anything changes. Then Daniels told me that the Vorgons might already be at the facility trying to get what they want. Daniels said that he’ll go check it out and that E’Mak and I need to keep an eye on the Vorgons. After that little speech, I ordered the helm to bring us into transporter range.
What do you know? The minute we get into transporter range, K’Gan told us that the Vorgons were targeting us. You can bet that I immediately brought the ship to red alert. Then, as I’m just getting ready for a fight, Daniels warns us that the Vorgon cornered Kal Dano on Lirss and he’s engaging them now. Yeah, so am I, sweetie, and so is E’Mak. I have to say, I’m glad Daniels called him because we’re an unstoppable team. It’s like the old human expression, “Two is better than one.” After E’Mak and I destroyed the ship, Daniels called to tell us that the Vorgons beamed out after their “disagreement.”
After this, a Vorgon named Boratus contacted us. He claimed that we were interfering with a private matter that doesn’t concern us. So I straight out told the guy he fired on our ships, so we’re making it our concern. Then another Vorgon named Ajur told us exactly what Daniels already told me and says that the Tox Uthat is theirs. She warned both E’Mak and me that reinforcements are on their way and that we shouldn’t have interfered. Honey, I am not Starfleet. I don’t let entire species die out in the name of the “all-knowing” Prime Directive. Thankfully, E’Mak agrees with me and told Ajur in a mocking tone that she could’ve avoided this. Daniels contacted us to tell us that Kal Dano’s safe, for now. Then they both beamed up to my ship at the same moment K’Gan told me that we’ve got more Vorgons to deal with. This must be my lucky day.
Daniels told me that, since these Vorgons aren’t of this era, destroying them won’t disrupt the timeline. Well, that makes my job easier. So, it was up to E’Mak and I to get rid of three Vorgon ships and, during the battle, I felt much more grateful to Daniels for calling him. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a good fighter but I’ve lived my life flying under the radar. Unlike Klingons, I, to use a human expression, know when to fold them. Speaking of Daniels, he told me after destroying three Vorgon ships that he gave Kal Dano his timeship because he must fulfill his personal destiny. After that little speech, I immediately launched the timeship from Shuttlebay 1. Let me tell you, there’s no such thing as an easy mission. The minute the timeship left my shuttlebay; more Vorgons warped in and guess who they decided to attack. That’s right, Kal Dano.
E’Mak and I set our sights on destroying those Vorgon ships. Daniels ordered us to keep the Vorgon ships busy a little longer. Don’t have to tell us twice. I immediately targeted the small ships first and then worried about the big one. After destroying the ships, Boratus contacted us once again and told us it’s a temporary setback. They will have the Tox Uthat and Kal Dano at any cost and then threatened us by saying that history can be changed, as we’ll see. Does he seriously think he’s the first person to threaten me? I spent my childhood with a pervert who wanted to fuck me as soon as I got my first period. Then I spent my teenage years flying under the radar dealing with people much worse than him, and that was before I signed up for the Klingon Academy. I can handle an entitled douchebag. E’Mak didn’t say anything and only looked like he wanted to laugh at this pathetic attempt to threaten us. Then Boratus finally cut the channel and left. To that, I say good riddance.
Daniels told us both that Boratus left for good. Then he informed us that they’ll want to travel back in time to a pivotal point of its history. Daniels found them in the 22nd Century, which, for Starfleet, is the time of Captain Archer and the first starship voyage. For my people, it’s the time when Starfleet spread that ridiculous rumor about how Orion women are the true rulers of their race. Seriously, just because of one Orion man’s stupid comment, the entire Alpha Quadrant thinks the women of my race are evil seductresses trying to crush the will of good and honest men. Anyway, since Daniels can’t ask Captain Archer for help, he laid a temporal course for us to follow.
Thraak detected a Vulcan cruise and Captain Archer’s Enterprise fighting with Suliban and Tholians. Of course, I’m more interested in finding the Vorgons, which Thraak managed to detect. Turns out they were running long-range scans and masking their warp signatures so the 22nd Century ships couldn’t find them. I ordered Thraak to do the same for our ship and I hope E’Mak’s doing the same for his.
The Enterprise ended up taking the timeship along with the body of Kal Dano. Daniels explained that Kal Dano was meant to end up on the Enterprise after a temporal incident ended his time and career. Daniels then told us that the Vorgons don’t know this, so we can’t let them endanger the Enterprise and we need to stay out of their sensor range. You don’t need to tell me twice.
My ship ended up getting a message from Ajur, who told us that history shows we have a habit of meddling in the affairs of others. I know this isn’t my first time travel adventure, but I didn’t know E’Mak also went through time. Looks like I’m not the only one Daniels recruits to protect the space/time continuum. Then Boratus told us that they believe it’s time to break us of that habit. E’Mak sarcastically wished him luck with that while I just told him to prepare to be disappointed.
That lead to another battle with the Vorgons and these guys are still good. I’d admire them for that if they weren’t trying to kill me. E’Mak helped me survive and I’m grateful for it, but I’m still not sure if I can fully trust him. With our combine forces, we managed to defeat them. I would’ve celebrated had K’Gan not told me that the Vorgons were repairing their systems quickly and multiple reinforcements were warping in. Thankfully, that’s not a problem when you’ve got two ships fighting these guys. I’d better thank E’Mak after all of this is over. I just hope he’s not expecting me to fuck him. Not only would that be sleazy, I’d have to explain that I don’t like men.
There was no time for me to worry about that, because Tholians warped in. Just when I thought things couldn’t get any worse. They told us that we don’t belong and that we need to submit to an investigation or be purged. I’ve read all about these guys and they don’t like anyone outside of their own species. So, you can bet that I wasn’t submitting and negotiating with these guys is a waste of time. Thankfully, E’Mak agreed with me on that point, treating this new battle as a pleasant surprise. Ajur tried to butter them up and align with them, which was a waste of time as I said earlier, and the Tholian captain proved me right. So now we’re fighting both Tholians and Vorgon though, if you ask me, the latter should be aligning with us.
During the fight, some of the Vorgons turned tail and fled. Oh well, that makes my job easier. It also helped that E’Mak and I both summoned the Nimbus pirates. I also used some of my scorpions. I have to admit, I’m a little surprised that E’Mak also knows the Nimbus pirates. I guess they pay whoever does them favors in distress call beacons rather than money. Anyway, after the battle was over, Daniels told us that a Vulcan rescue ship is arriving to aid the D’Kyr. We need to leave before they detect us and ask questions that we’re not prepared to answer. That’s a real shame, I’ve always had a thing for Vulcans. They’re immunity to my pheromones makes them a real challenge. Unfortunately, Daniels is right, so I asked him if he could get a lead on the main Vorgons.
He managed to locate the Vorgons on the Risa system in 2368. Great, I get a chance to visit Risa and it’s not for shore leave. Daniels then told us that the Tox Uthat was buried there and about to be discovered by Jean-Luc Picard. Of course, I remember reading about that. I told Daniels that Picard destroyed it. He informed me that it’s the official record, but he couldn’t bring himself to destroy something so valuable. So he faked it’s destruction to fool the Vorgon. I have to say, nice job Picard! If it were me, I would’ve done the same thing, except I would’ve sold it to the highest bidder, after doing a thorough research on their background. I’m not stupid enough to give a weapon like that to just anyone. Then Daniels found a new disturbance in the Sol System, 2375 and locked in a course for us to follow. Guess we’re not going to Risa after all.
E’Mak and I followed the coordinates and went to the 24th Century.
This time, we ended up in the middle of the Dominion war at the minute the Breen were attacking Earth, as K’Gan informed me. I asked Daniels why he picked this moment in time. He explained that the Tox Uthat was here, in a high security vault under Starfleet Command. The Vorgons were taking advantage of this chaos and trying to infiltrate the facility so they can steal the Tox Uthat. I told Daniels exactly what was on my mind. That it’s a pity Picard’s ruse didn’t last. Daniels defended Picard by pointing out that the ruse held up for quite some time, which I agree with. Then he talked about how the Vorgons are getting help because history shows them giving up the hunt after their failure on Risa. E’Mak pointed out, a little too happily, that they’re here now and we’ve got work to do.
K’Gan informed us that the Breen were attacking, so we had to handle them before we could beam down on Earth. I have to say, both the Vorgons and the Breen have some impressive ships. I’d love to tinker with them someday, see what makes them tick. Unfortunately, it’s looking like I might never get that chance.
Anyway, we defeated the Breen ships and, let me tell you, they put up less of a fight than the Vorgon did. Daniels wanted to take advantage of the situation to beam down and asked if we were ready to go to Starfleet HQ. Honey, I’ve been ready since you gave me the mission. E’Mak said that he was looking forward to blowing some more shit up. So we both beamed down, and I took K’Gan and Ch’gren with me.
I finally met E’Mak in person and he took Rush, a hot and feisty Cardassian, with him. I used a bit of my pheromones to determine if E’Mak could be trusted. K’Gan told us that we’re in the middle of the Breen invasion. So, we’d better to expect to find them here, something that made E’Mak, Rush and my Klingon officers very happy. I’m not as trigger-happy as my officers are, but I do appreciate a good fight. First things first, I had to see if E’Mak was someone I could trust, so I emitted a small pheromone effect. As my people say, the only man that can be trusted is one too doped out on pheromones to know better. Okay, maybe we are vixens but, if the Orion men hadn’t gone on a power trip, we wouldn’t have had to resort to our pheromones to get power. Both E’Mak and his companion, Rush, showed a slight attraction and said that they’re here for the same reason I am, to stop the Vorgons. I have to admit that I’m a little disappointed. I’d expect a couple of intergalactic pirates to have a stronger will than that. After that, I turned my pheromones off. There’s no time for sex and, even if there was, I never use my pheromones to get a woman into bed.
Then we went further into headquarters and who should we run into but a few of the Breen K’Gan mentioned earlier? We made quick work of them, even though E’Mak got a little too explosion happy. After the fight, I checked the nearest terminal to read the news.
It was mainly about the Breen attack and the Starfleet casualties. After that exciting report, we went through the halls and came across a researcher named Roberto Nunez who Daniels suggested we talk to right away. He was just happy to see that neither one of us are Breen, just an Orion, two Klingons, a Reman and a Cardassian. It’s a little weird for a Starfleet officer to greet my crew and me kindly, but I have to remind myself that this is before the Federation and the Klingons went to war.
Roberto told us that the Breen were heading to the vault and what’s left of the research team grabbed some phasers and decided to hold the line against the Breen. The man begged us to help them and I told him to get to safety, assuring him that we’ll take it from here. So we go to the next room and, what do you know, more Breen. Thankfully, we made quick work of them, but I think I nearly got caught in one of E’Mak’s blasts.
A nearby scientist, Skye Williams, thanked us for the assist and asked if there was anything she could help us with. We went to her and she told us that the Breen thought Starfleet scientists couldn’t fight. Clearly, they were mistaken. I told her that it was a huge mistake on the parts of the Breen. Then I asked Skye if she’s seen any Vorgon. She told me that they have and offered to buzz me in. I told her to lead the way. Before following her, I checked a nearby news report to see that Breen forces are overrunning Earth and about to target Starfleet Academy.
I’m amazed that Earth actually managed to win the Dominion war, though it did help that everyone in the Alpha Quadrant teamed up with them. Including the Romulans and the Cardassians when their treachery got revealed.
Anyway, E’Mak and I went to the door, which was jammed on the other side. E’Mak suggested blowing it up, but I didn’t want to waste equipment so needlessly. Skye offered to open up secondary access but warned us that the Breen made it there. I thanked her for the warning, but told her that we can handle ourselves. We made our way to the room nearest to the vault, and there was the Breen to greet us. Fortunately, we made quick work of them and I checked another news report.
Apparently, the Enterprise and the Cairo were holding off the Breen space wise but they were still kicking Starfleet ass ground wise.
After that, we came across the door to the vault and Starfleet locked it with a puzzle code. Luckily, I have quite a way with machines and so does E’Mak. It was one of those reconfigure the isolinear chips puzzles in order to open the door. It took a while but, together, we managed to get the door open. We walked through the hallway and managed to find the vault. Who should be waiting for us but the two Vorgons we’ve been looking for? This time, the envoy’s with them.
Well, I don’t think this person is a friend because they turned down his offer to be part of their war. Only the Tox Uthat matters to them, something they won’t be getting. Then Boratus pointed out that they’re not the only ones who want it. The envoy called us the meddlers that Boratus spoke of and told Boratus and Ajur to kill them quickly. Not in this life, honey.
I have to admit, even on the ground, these Vorgons put up one hell of a fight. I’ll confess that I had to use my pheromones to give us a slight advantage over Boratus, giving one of the enemies a giant dose when I can. After the battle, Ajur died in Boratus’s arms.
All he could do was transport out in grief. I’d feel sorry for the guy if he didn’t try to kill us. Meanwhile Daniels, the guy I’m actually capable of feeling sympathy for, screamed in pain and his face got even more damaged than before.
This is the second time we helped him and ended up hurting him even worse. I asked Daniels what was going on and he told me that it was need to know information and, right now, I don’t need to know. He also said that there are bigger things to worry about. Fortunately for him, he’s right, and I’ve already wasted enough energy using my pheromones to get the truth. Even if I could sum up the energy to give Daniels a small dose, he’d be too strong willed to succumb to it. Now I’m starting to wonder if Rush and E’Mak played me earlier
I went to the nearby terminal and I wanted to search for the Tox Uthat from there. Unfortunately, since I don’t have any science training, the best I can do is search for artifacts matching the Tox Uthat’s rarity. While the computer was downloading the information, I checked the news and saw the exact same report from earlier about the Cairo and the Enterprise.
Anyway, all E’Mak and I got were four boxes that contained something similar and we had to scan them one by one. I took the left side and E’Mak took the right. I managed to find an Alice droid created by Harry Mudd from the days of the Enterprise and the Tox Uthat! Right after that, Thraak contacted us to let us know that the Breen were leaving. Then he told us to beam back to the ship whenever we’re ready. I’m ready now, hon. So, I told him to prepare the ship for a temporal transit and beam us back up.
We got back to our time and space and there was Daniels ready to congratulate us. He talked about how the Envoy keeps gaining allies and how he keeps hearing about something called the Temporal Liberation Front. Then thanked us for keeping Kal Dano and the Tox Uthat out of their hands. It was one of those good news/bad news deals. After Daniels left, E’Mak and I shared our contact info, just in case either one of us needs help again. It’s always good to have allies when you need them. After that little time adventure, I’m off to Deep Space Nine.
A/N: So, what did you think? Be sure to leave a comment and, if you have a Star Trek character, feel free to comment as them if you want to role-play. If you want to team up with one of my characters for a Star Trek Online mission, as Hashakgig did, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just give me a brief description of your character, take screenshots during the mission to send to me and I promise that I will send the rough draft to you before I post the mission here. Don’t forget to check the categories before making a request to make sure it’s not a mission I’ve already made a log for. Although, if you want me to replay the mission with a different character, I’ll be happy to do so.