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- 1 R&R Mission from Hell
- 2 Introduction
- 3 History of Contact
- 4 Technological Profile
- 5 Physiological/Medical Profile
- 6 Cultural/Historical Profile
- 7 Threat Assessment
- 8 Strategic Objectives
- 9 Tactical Considerations
- 10 Vessel Database
- 11 Intelligence Reports
R&R Mission from Hell
Location of planet : The Grand Canyon Holodeck and Cabos, Class M Planet, 4 LY rimward from Pinastri
Equipment Utilized: USS Magellan, Tricorder. Workbee, Headsets, Space suit
- Officers on mission
- Calypso Titanium
- Gijsjan Broek
- TPrai Helix (aka Ruth Mistwallow)
- Buck Ghostraven
- Daddy Meriman
- Deanna Sukra
- Civilian clothing, phasers, tri corder, medical equipment
We were on an R & R following a long spell of operations. We used the holodeck to replicate Earth's Grand Canyon on the USS Cutlass to recuperate. While there, team members started to disappear. All returned with stories of being abducted by some strange being who did some sort of medical experiment on them. We tracked the being down to an asteroid and found out that it required our DNA to save its people from extinction. We then dealt with the species.
History of Contact
No previous contact with this species
Entity had a laboratory of sorts located in uncharted space. High tech equipment, transporter technology. No weapons were observed. Unknown species was warp or prewarp. With certainty, it did have high technology.
Species on brink of extincion due to viral DNA. Entity was a hybrid of it's alien form and foliage. Similar to a Dryad - a Greek mythological creature.
Insufficient data to form a conclusion, further contact needed to be established to ascertain.
Insufficient data to form a conclusion, further contact needed to be established to ascertain. Though the crew felt threatened by the entity.
Use the holodeck with caution until it has been given clearance.
Use protective suits, helmets. Get inoculated against larva sickness impregnation. Use constant communication devices.
Asteroid was used for laboratory. Only transporter was used for transpiration. We saw no actual transportation vessel.
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