TYRELLIAN SPACE — The USS Gorkon (NCC-82293) suffered significant damage as a result of an explosion in the particle physics scientific lab, as well as hallucinations experienced by those on board.
The USS Gorkon (NCC-82293) became stranded in a subspace rift after responding to a distress call from the USS Triumphant (NCC-75692). After sailing through a debris field, they arrived at the Triumphant, connected via umbilical to a Vulcan commercial naval vessel, the Sasu Gol.
The survey crews sent on the three ships produced equivalent data. All of the spacecraft lost power and were unable to participate in warp travel. There was no visible indication of the crew aboard either ship, and none of them had discovered a way out of the rift.
Onboard the Triumphant, things looked to be looking better for the party commanded by VAdml. Quinn Reynolds, successful in restarting the ship’s warp core and lowering the power output to just below the power loss threshold.
A large explosion in one of the Gorkon’s laboratories ripped through a portion of the hull, causing it to blow into the chasm. The only thing keeping Deck Eight and any survivors from tumbling into space was the integrity shield. As a result, the crew in charge of fixing the warp core, now led by LtCmdr. Kero Rix, went in search of any people who may have become stuck in those labs.
“We don’t know how long we can keep the field going,” Petty Officer Niard remarked. “We’ve had personnel hunting for any remaining staff, but with the power outage we’re experiencing, those shields might fall down at any minute.”
While search and rescue efforts continued, everyone experienced a strange occurrence. Something plugged into each individual’s brain, using their own dread against them by displaying their darkest fear right in front of them. As a result, it was impossible for the teams to tell what was real and what wasn’t.
We have even heard rumours of individuals turning against one another, although we have no evidence of such incidents here at the FNS.
More on this story as it develops.
Written by Samira Neathler