DEEP SPACE 224 – After recovering from their body-swapping gallimaufry, the crew of the USS Excalibur (NCC-41903-A) unwind.
The crew of the freshly launched Excalibur has returned to their home station, Deep Space 224, for some much needed rest and leisure, as well as thorough counselling, after returning to their own bodies following a perplexing occurrence in which something switched the brains of its officers around.
The entire team were thrilled at the chance to unwind with their coworkers. However, as is customary, these social settings were not without incident. A small group of officers, including Ens. Talos Dakora, Lt. JG Hallia Yellir, Lt. Meidra Sirin, and LtCmdr. Karrod Niac reported drinking and playing darts in Molly Malone’s, an old Earth classic Irish bar.
However, in their excitement, it looked that an unknown player cracked the glass of the First Officer, Cmdr. Addison MacKenzie. Several members of the crew later contradicted the rumour that the offender was quickly burned to a char by what officers lovingly refer to as “the death glare.”
“I’m not sure what occurred, but one moment Commander MacKenzie had a full glass, and the next she was gone,” said Kraga, Molly Malone’s barmaid. “She departed so swiftly that I’m quite sure I heard a sonic explosion.”
Rumors are also circulating about Commodore Nicholotti’s growing connection with one of her subordinates, who were both observed dancing in the space station’s arboretum. Obiter dicta noted Cmdr. Genkos Adea, the ship’s Chief Medical Officer, whose mother denied any knowledge of such a relationship.
Later, the Betazoid doctor was seen with LtCmdr. Yogan Yalu and Ens. Sleepy Tiberius at the station’s new tea store, Tee-Hee-Hee, which provides an excellent selection of loose leaf teas as well as freshly baked cakes and shortbreads.
Written by Genkos Adea