3 Works in Remans (Star Trek)
10 Jan 2020
It is not in a Vulcan's nature to lie. It is illogical, impractical, and more often than not does more harm than good. Though, in this case, I can hardly imagine it doing any harm. And as I am not entirely Vulcan, I can permit myself a small alteration of data and feel little regret doing it. However, I do regret involving my father in this, no matter how grateful I am to him for it. Without his help, it wouldn't have been possible for a creature such as myself to join Starfleet. If I am to be found out, one could only imagine the consequences of my actions, no matter how banal they might have been.
Born into a world of painful experimentation and fear, Number 24677815 gazes up at the dark, polluted sky through her cell as she waits for revenge, freedom, and salvation.
POSSIBLE REWRITE PENDING.
A gruff Starfleet neurosurgeon who has developed groundbreaking surgical procedures meets an ideal patient - an independent Vulcan with medically-refractory epilepsy, a former ambassador whose skillset seems to suggest a more covert profession - who doesn't want her help.
Her captain is fighting a losing fight against forces bigger than himself. As he tries to undermine the Section 31 operatives aboard his ship, corruption abounds at levels he can't even see.
As everything they've known begins to crumble around them, they find their paths crossing again and again, and discover their seemingly opposing views are underlied by the same goal.
Set in 2428 and later, approximately 45 years after the events of the ST:Nemesis. Not in continuity with the 2009 and later movies.
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