Incident at Arbuk (Star Trek Voyager, No 5) by John Gregory Betancourt

By John Gregory Betancourt

Monitoring a shuttle's misery sign to the approximately abandoned Arbuk method, the U.S.S. Voyager workforce encounters an strange weapon 1000 instances extra robust than the Starship. contained in the trip, the staff discovers an subconscious alien and not more information regarding the machine. Captain Janeway and her workforce are attacked via a gaggle of mysterious warships with an curiosity within the weapon's energy. With warp energy off line, the group of the Starship Voyager needs to give you the chance to save lots of themselves from a gaggle of extraterrestrial beings desirous to keep an eye on the superweapon.

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He had to be missing something, he thought. Could this system be a staging ground for larger military action? "Play back the alien's transmission," he told Harry Kim. " As the ensign complied, Chakotay leaned forward, watching raptly. " He moved forward to examine the image. Here's where the clue would be--assuming a clue was here to be found. " The viewport grew larger, now it filled the whole screen. He'd never seen anything quite like the Sperians' spherical construction. It seemed strangely impractical, unless they were trying to decentralize the command structure.

She glanced at a chronometer. The tube had only been firing for a minute and a half, but it seemed a lot longer. I would have estimated at least five minutes, she thought. The amount of sheer sustained firepower was incredible, far greater than anything she'd ever seen before. Then, just as quickly as it began, the blast ended. The lights inside the tube slowly dimmed to a dull flickering reddish orange. Silence stretched through the bridge, broken only by the alarm klaxon of the red alert. "Shut that off," she said.

How Janeway and the Federation ever managed to get so far without him, he didn't know.... CHAPTER 2 "Mr. Neelix," Captain Janeway said a bit sternly when the little alien strolled onto the bridge. She had to be careful in her choice of words, she knew; she needed Neelix and Kes a lot more than they needed Voyager, and Neelix in particular seemed to have an all too fragile ego. " "Of course, Captain," he said. " "That's not quite what I meant," Janeway began. Then she gave a mental sigh: Neelix just didn't think the way humans did, and he wasn't going to change no matter what she said.

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