Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 15)
- 2021 hours -
The ship was already on Red Alert when the away team materialized in the transporter room. That was to be expected, considering the circumstances. What Kirk did not expect was the sudden lurch against the hull and the sound of power generators straining somewhere as the deflector screens struggled to repel some kind of attacking energy. The inertial dampeners quickly cancelled out the vibration, and the Captain leapt from the transport pad to the hatch, already sprinting on his way to the nearest turbolift.
He got as far as the transporter room door when the room suddenly filled with screams. He made out the voices of Rand and Dallas, plus the transporter chief whose name he could never remember. But there was a third scream in the room, an almost animal-like howl of greater power and intensity than any human could aspire to, and it was comi
Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 14)
Doppelgänger, Southern England
- 1950 hours -
The sound of engine noise boiled to a groan as the capsule descended, rising to a howl just before touchdown, then fading to a distant hum once the craft finally planted its landing struts in the grass some fifty meters away from the obelisk. It didn't sound like an old-Earth combustion engine, but it wasn't quite an impulse engine either. It was a noisy, oscillating sound, something that reminded Kirk of the pulse-detonation engines on WW-III cruise missiles. It was an almost human-like design: a flattened teardrop shape that, now that it was safely situated on the ground, open like a clamshell on one entire side that exposed the glowing innards of what was clearly some kind of high-capacity transport chamber.
Kirk stopped in his tracks and turned here, squatted in the tall grass where he could still see with his own eyes. It wasn't quite two hundred mete
Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 13)
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
- 1925 hours -
Ensign Rand was already waiting for them in the transporter room, already in a field jacket, mid way into adjusting the settings on her phaser and the targeting scope on her monocle. She'd taken Spock's advice and brought her issued side arm this time and was feeling especially pleased with herself, to the extreme chagrin of Ensign Dallas and Security Chief McCahil who both arrived only seconds ahead of the Captain and science officer, still bleary eyed from an impromptu cat nap.
Miri arrived last, struggling into a field jacket that had been issued to her by the quarter master literally minutes earlier. She looked as comfortable in a Starfleet uniform as she ever did in the dingy rags she'd been wearing when Enterprise found her. She looked excited, yet explosively nervous. So much like a raw cadet on a first assignment. "Ensign," Kirk said, her voi
Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 12)
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
- 1900 hours -
The guest quarters in Compartment 102 were usually set aside for civilian guests, the sort of passengers and evacuees who needed to be brought aboard as something less than crew but more than cargo. Mainly for this reason, C102 didn't have the large spacious atriums of the other habitat compartments, or even its port-side counterpart, VIP suites in Compartment 114. It was a much more traditional habitation space, essentially a conglomeration of airtight cylinders packed together in an array, joined by common access tunnels through which the Enterprise's familiar corridors joined the different modules and the half-dozen two-person suites crammed into each of them. Three weeks earlier, Miri had helped arrange her fellow refugees - who sill called themselves "the Onlies" - into something of a working order not too different from where they had been wh
Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 11)
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
Stardate 2261.24 - Captain's Log
Enterprise is now eight weeks in orbit of the planet Starfleet has officially named Doppelgänger. Mister Spock's theory about "planetary chronological instability" or "rapid aging" seems mostly confirmed. Orbital observations show the Gaza Strip region where we recovered survivors three weeks ago has decayed into ruins, seemingly thousands of years old. The instabilities are also having damaging effects on the planet itself; seismic irregularities continue to escalate, and ambient radiation levels on the planet's surface have increased four hundred percent since our last landing party scouted the Andean Mountain region a week ago.
Aboard the ship, morale is relatively high, though we're still faced with the problem of what to do with those twenty four survivors we brought on board. They seem happy to be out of danger, but they'r
Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 10)
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
- 0940 hours -
"Bones, seriously, what's with the salt shaker?" Miri asked, half complaining and half just curious, "You keep waving that thing around like-"
"It's a scanner head," Doctor McCoy said, finishing his third and final set of physical exams for his patient. If there were any remaining cancer cells somewhere in her body, the mutation cycle would start again, and he didn't want to have to subject her to another round of surgeries if he didn't have to.
"What does it do?" Miri asked.
"It takes detailed sensor readings for my tricorder."
"What's a tricorder?"
McCoy held up the small metallic device sitting on the desk next to her, keeping the readout display facing him. "It's a machine that uses three different senses to gather information. Sight, sound and smell."
Miri raised a brow, "It can smell me?"
McCoy chuckled, and touched a key on the tricorder
Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 9)
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
- 2040 hours -
USS Enterprise was designed to function in deep space for months or years at a time without ever visiting a starbase. Its interiors were spacious and forgiving, despite being thoroughly compartmentalized and reinforced against fire and exposure damage. In the saucer module - which contained almost the entire volume of the ship's habitation spaces - the inner hull was divided into three concentric rings around the "core" compartment, with each ring divided into sixteen independent compartments with their own life support, batteries and data servers. Command and control spaces and other vital areas of the ship were located closest to the core block, while quarters for ship's company filled out the middle ring of the saucer in sixteen grouped compartments, and the working areas of the ship - machine shops, laboratories, sensor bays a
Star Trek: Genesis (Chapter 8)
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
- 0820 hours -
Ensign Rand had a pretty good idea what to expect when she got the security call from sickbay. There weren't, after all, that many things that could go wrong in a sickbay that might require the presence of security officers, and most of those had to do with guests and civilians. Enterprise's only guests, as Rand confirmed on entering the room, was a gaggle of extremely anxious toddlers and pre-teens, crowded around the glass divider between the infirmary section and the surgery suite. Some were sitting in a circle muttering half-remembered prayers, three were penciling good-luck symbols on voodoo dolls, and two were actually presiding over the entire group with stern, authoritarian expressions with AKM rifles slung from their shoulders. It was probably the two armed children that prompted the call for security, not that they were making any threat
Exotic Girl - Hiro x Reader
~~~Author's Note: Woah. This is my FIRST sci-fi romance I have ever written! I am giddy with excitement! Like who would have thought I would have written one? Anyway, this took me weeks to think of and create. Hope you enjoy. Thank you~~~
Grease covered hands swept back the unruly tresses of black hair covering Hiro Hamada's face. His dark chocolate eyes which were so absorbed in concentration that when he finished his work, they eventually flicked up in relief.
"Finally finished" He sighed. Setting down a wrench back down to its proper place, Wasabi came from behind Hiro's invention smiling; equally grimy. Go-Go huffed landing on a leather armchair while Fred and Honey Lemon collapsed in exhaustion on the worn couch.
"Ugh! That took so long!" Go-Go put an arm over her eyes breathing heavily. Honey Lemon patted her head gaining GoGo's harsh glare, "Its okay. At least we finished it together"
A growl resonated in the room making everyone turn to Fred. He put his hand
Attack On Titan: Listen - Levi x ReaderAuthor Note: Sooo I wrote this listening to this so if you read try reading listening to this lol You don't need to. Just a suggestion
The stars in the sky gently shown down on you, illuminating your soft features. You stood in front of the open window of your room and closed your eyes as the wind gently blew a cool breeze through your silky hair.
Feeling the curiosity to venture outside, you walked out of your room and gently closed your door behind you before walking out. It was a beautiful night out, only the soft sounds of crickets chirping could be heard and the rustling of the wind in the trees. You slowly breathed in the scent of the cool air as a small gust of wind blew through your locks of hair, making them float in the wind. At this moment you could truly feel contentment.
Little did you know,someone was watching from the distance. A certain raven haired man who enjoyed the sight of you so happy. He watched as the corners of your m
Heart stopping adventure(Ninth DoctorXReaderXJack)
You grinned as you, Jack and the Doctor ran into the TARDIS. You quickly shut and locked the door, looking over at the Doctor. He laughed as he sat down, panting.
"That" He began
"Was." Jack continued.
"Fantastic" You finished.
"Let's do it again." The Doctor said as you crawled over to him, your chest heaving.
"Hell no!" You giggled and turned on your back to stare at the ceiling. "Can't wait to tell my dad about this. Gonna call him this afternoon. I'll be all 'Hey dad how was my day you ask? Oh ya know barley outran alien bulls in a sort of alien Mexican bull running. The usual.'"
He laughed loudly, his voice echoing around the room. Jack groaned and stood up, cracking his back.
"I'm going to my room to take a shower." Jack said.
"Carry me to my room Doctor?" You asked holding out your arms.
"Aww I never could say no to my favorite companion" He stood up and picked you up as well.
You sighed and snuggled up to his chest. He frowned as he could feel your heart beati
TG Tale - Superman: Pink Kryptonite Part Five“Jimmy, where the hell is Clark? He’s been gone for days!” Lois fumed, kicking the bin right across the office, which was caught in mid flight by her camera man, and assistant, Jimmy Olsen who was famous for being Superman’s pal for the entirety of his duration at the paper. Jimmy was as confused as Lois, dropping the bin back into position, as they both walked over to Clark’s desk. The rather plain furniture hadn’t been touched in the best part of a week, and the two were starting to worry about him.
“I heard Perry say something about an extended sabbatical, maybe he’s home in Smallville,” Jimmy tried.
“Smallville my ass, that guy’s up to something. I know! He’s gone undercover without telling me! He’s trying for my Pulitzer!” Lois screamed a little, and then headed for the door to her editor’s office. She opened it with a bang, disturbing the ongoing meeting with her fury, but editor extraordina
TG Tale - Superman: Pink Kryptonite Part SixLex Luthor loathed captivity, but he also thrived on it. The drive to escape and to defeat those who would seek to control him was like none other, save for hatred and revenge. He was sick of the colour green too, he felt like it was suffocating him, every wall consisted of that sickly shade the lanterns were so fond of, he needed a dark laboratory, with a single piercing beam of white light to concentrate his efforts or he’d not be able to keep himself together for much longer. His irritation was being constantly compounded by his cell mates, who he usually would never have given a second thought to, but the pains of imprisonment were weighing on him in strange ways.
The Joker was the worst, his yellow teeth and ruby red lips just wouldn’t stop snapping back and forth with that disgusting and grating laughter, and were their hands not restrained, he’d have had half a mind to snap the clown’s neck. Grundy wasn’t so bad, he was an oddity, a mystery to be so
TG Tale - Superman: Pink Kryptonite Part Seven“She seems rather in good spirits Master Bruce,” Alfred declared while watching the monitors, the newfound Laurie Wayne was speaking with the Martian Manhunter in her room, and indeed appeared to be happier than she’d appeared over the preceding few days. A presence drew itself closer to the back of the old Butler’s chair, and the lights began to seem a little darker.
“I’d prefer you didn’t lurk like that sir, it’s unnerving,” he smirked, before rewinding through the last 24 hour period, searching for any instance of unbalanced behaviour.
“Stop the feed!” Batman growled, and his manservant obeyed at once. “What’s she doing?”
“Well, the young Miss Wayne appears to be staring at something on the wall.”
“For a few minutes?” It was Batman’s turn to smirk. “Remember she’s Kryptonian, meaning she is able to see through walls, then it doesn’t take the world