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Star Trek: Dawn of the Century (Prologue)Star Trek: Dawn of the Century (Prologue) by ThrashMetallix
"First Officer's log, Stardate 64475.7. After receiving a priority one order from Starfleet, the Challenger has altered it's course heading for Romulan space. Unconfirmed reports have claimed that the Hobus Situation has gone critical. If the star which was reported to be in the final stages of it's own demise has finally gone supernova, countless worlds within the Romulan Star Empire are at risk, including it's home world. I am unsure what has become of Ambassador Spock, who was sent to induce a singularity to consume the supernova. We have been sent, along with any other ship in the vicinity to set a course for Romulus, and investigate. If the Romulans are in need of aid, we have been ordered to assist in evacuation as needed, and to keep watch out for Spock, as his contact was lost."
"Still no contact, captain." Arlen spoke. "All sensors register clear. I am however picking up the Enterprise not too far from our posit
ST:Chekov X OC: Shatter this perfect hypnosis:Ch 7ST:Chekov X OC: Shatter this perfect hypnosis:Ch 7 by ZuraElectra
"Doctors: McCoy and Dorian please report to the bridge before departure." Jims voice rang through the com system.
Dorian and Bones quickly grabbed their medical brief cases and made for the bridge.
"Jim?" They both said in unison as they exited the turbo lift. Both had been spending far too much time together, that they were picking up habits.
"Ah, Dr McCoy, Dr Dorian. Just the people, I have a side assignment for you." Jim smirked.
Dorian and Bones got a nauseous feeling as he said those words, they knew Jim well enough to know anything like that always had a hidden agenda.
"Yes sir?" Dorian asked.
"Aside from your scientific duties, you will be working in the medical bay of the planetoids base right?" Jim asked.
"Well yes... As councillor and Doctor sir, why?" She said... Somehow this first mission was going to be very stressful, Dorian could just tell from the get go.
"Well Mr Chekov will be coming with you as well as Mr Sulu." Jim said, deciding to keep them guessing. He was actual
ST:Chekov X OC: Shatter this perfect hypnosis:Ch 6ST:Chekov X OC: Shatter this perfect hypnosis:Ch 6 by ZuraElectra
Pavel heard the rather large bang at the door and went to his PADD to look the camera outside. He saw Geneva sitting up and rubbing her head, a large bump starting to form, she must have hit the door while running after him.
Chekov didn't know what to do. He had just admitted feelings for the girl he liked since he was thirteen years old... and she didn't like him back...
Chekov felt, gut wrenched and heart broken, he had been trying to work up the courage to ask Geneva out for some time, but in a matter of seconds all the planning, gathering of courage and help he had sought from Sulu was down the drain an he was going to face the consequence of loosing Geneva as his friend. He cringed at just how awkward it was going to be.
How could he expect her to like someone like him. She was a high class British girl, probably knowing tons more eligible guys than him. He was just a guy she met from Russia, that everyone called kid.
"Pasha! Pasha! Please open the door!" Geneva yelled knocking on
Timing, BonesxReader“Hey, can you scoot over a little more?” Leonard asked, pushing himself further into the bed regardless of your answer. You could just fit in the bed yourself, let alone another grown man. But you tried to push yourself into the wall anyways, hoping that your parents were still downstairs with your brother. The thumps would make them assume things about you and Leonard that you didn't want to discuss over brunch with your siblings.Timing, BonesxReader by Captainninapants
“Next time we demand the pullout couch or we get a hotel room.” You said as Leonard wrapped his arms around you to steady himself. If he fell off the bed, you were sure he would take you down with him.
“Someone said that her bed was big enough.” He jested and you made a face at him, not that he could see it.
“It’s come to my attention that four prepubescent girls take up less space.” The last time you had a sleepover it had been epic, but you don't remember if you actually slept. Maybe that’s why yo