STARBASE 104 – Despite having been extinct for over 600,000 years, the mysterious Tkon empires continues to wreak havoc on the lives of Federation citizens, the latest being a member of Starfleet aboard the USS Constitution-B.
While the ship recently docked at Starbase 104 for shoreleave, Lieutenant Choi Ji-hu began investigating imprints left on the glial cells of Lt. T’Reshik following contact with an ancient computer believed to be a Tkon artifact discovered on Leron III.
Complications with the investigative surgery quickly escalated the situation, endagering T’Reshik’s life. Only the quick actions of Doctor Shar’Wyn Foster, followed by telepathic intervention by Commander Saveron, resolved the situation and saved the Starfleet officer from permanent harm.
The cause of the complications was an unplanned mind meld between Choi and T’Reshik prior to the procedure and Captain Rajel faced the regrettable necessity of determining the appropriate punishment for both crewmembers.
Written by Saveron
STARBASE 104 – Following the resolution of events on Leron III, the USS Constitution-B returns to her home base for some R&R – though not everything is restful or relaxing.
During what should have been a standard aid mission, the revelation that the Hinji’s Sunmother deity was a member of the T’kon Empire has huge implications for the Hinji, and for their relations with the rest of the Federation. “Today we have witnessed the beginning of something new and we can only hope that it is a change for the better.” Said Capt. Rajel.
Following the fraught rescue of the Constitution’s away teams from the volatile situation – thanks to the combined wizardry of recently arrived Ensigns T’Naa Cicoone and Jacob Horne – the crew are recovering. There were no fatalities, although Lt Solaris McLaren is recovering from both a broken arm and the discovery that she is a distant descendant of the original ‘Sunmother.’ Lt. T’Reshik’s broken hand was easily healed thanks to Dr. (Lt.) Milsap’s expertise, but an imprint has been left on her brain cells by the T’kon technology. Engineering officer Lt. JG. Choi is working with the science officer to devise appropriate treatment.
Following the Constitution’s return to Starbase 104, Cmdr. Titus Valerius of Starfleet Intelligence and Lt. Cmdr. Maxwell Traenor, the Constitution’s First Officer, departed for unspecified reasons. Traenor’s return is anticipated in a few months – in the meantime Cmdr. Saveron will be acting as first officer.
LERON III – The true origin of the Hinji species was discovered by a Starfleet away team to be related to the extinct Tkon Empire.
After over a day of searching, the USS Constitution retrieved an away team, which had crashed in a shuttle on the surface on Leron III, as well as a rescue team sent after to find them. The following day after the crash brought surprising and new discoveries that could change the face of the Hinji culture forever.
After being found by a monk of the Order of the Sacred Daylight Monastery, the away team under the leadership of Lieutenant Solaris McLaren enjoyed the hospitality of the order. Much to McLaren’s surprise though, she was believed to be the returning Sunmother, the deity of this majorly spread Hinji Religion, and assurances to the contrary were ignored by most. When the ‘Sunmother’ and her followers were revealed to be Starfleet Officers, however, the away team was forced to find a way out of the monastery to avoid a mob of angry Hinji, and the team stumbled over a secret passage by accident.
LERON III – The USS Constitution continued its relief efforts as a team was sent to find missing Starfleet crew members in a sacred off-limits area
The USS Constitution still rests in orbit of Leron III to give the overpopulated inhabitants, a shapeshifting species called the Hinji, much-needed relief at one of their last displacements camps in Tirthal. To do so, Starfleet organized deliveries of replicators, water purifiers, and medical assistance. A team built around the Chief of Operations Lieutenant Prudence Blackwell worked tirelessly to give the Hinji their first taste of Starfleet assistance. During a feast arranged at the evening of their arrival, many Hinji tasted food that wasn’t rations for the first time in many years.
Yet not everyone in the jam-packed camp was happy about the efforts. A chemical fire interrupted the celebrations, though it did not cause any casualties. All that is known at this point is that the attack didn’t target people but rather Starfleet’s replicators. Lieutenant Commander Atan T’Seva, Acting Chief of Security of the Constitution, is leading the investigations at this moment to find the culprit and ensure safety for the camp and the equipment.
LERON III – A covert mission into restricted Hinji airspace goes sideways as the Conny loses contact with its crew.
Under directions of Starfleet Command, the USS Constitution, NCC-9012-B has reported to the Hinji homeworld to give relief efforts at one of their largest displacement camps. However, Starfleet Command had another, more secretive command for the crew – conduct covert ops in determining a possible military installation on their homeworld which could be in contravention of their Federation charter membership. Now, with the Hinji government demanding the area off-limits and tensions already at an all-time high, Capt Jalana Rajel has to face the possibility of a shuttle downed and missing in action in restricted airspace.
STARBASE 104 – With terse diplomatic talks fully completed and peace reigning at dock, the Constitution crew get some true rest and relaxation.
After the civil unrest ended on Starbase 104 and the Hinji and Linarans began an uneasy truce, the crew of the USS Constitution (NCC-9012-B) were finally able to use the station to their fullest extent to recuperate. Lt. Cmdr. Maxwell Traenor hosted a party for the senior officers, and once official recognitions of the crew by Capt. Jalana Rajel had concluded, the fun began in earnest. Musical entertainment was provided by Lt. Cmdr. Traenor, Cmdr. Saveron, and Lt Solaris McLaren, while the rest of the senior crew mingled and socialized.
STARBASE 104 — The crew of the USS Constitution successfully salvaged peace talks between the Hinji and the Linarans.
Mediation talks between the Hinji and Linarans of the Leron sector had broken down completely as deliberate food poisoning incapacitated many of those present at the talks, including Capt. Jalana Rajel and Cmdr. Sarah Mason of the USS Constitution, among others throughout the station. Complicating matters, a concurrent terrorist attack on Nightshade, the primary Linaran habitat of Starbase 104, sowed more chaos and confusion.
STARBASE 104 — The crew of the USS Constitution is working overtime to compensate for attacks from the inside.
STARBASE 104 — The crew of the USS Constitution host negotiations between two species in the Marchlands.
STARBASE 11 — Family reunion celebrations were cut short for the crew of the USS Constitution by a new mission assignment.