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This would fit quite nicely with an idea I've been bouncing around for a few weeks. I'll think a bit on it, and see what else presents itself... Really looking forward to seeing what others come up with
Oh, this is similar to a story I had in mind. One Night: Bosip's Defiance.
Which, as you may be able to tell by the One Night part of the title, is the same night as Emony's choice. But, I don't think I'm quite ready for writing that story just yet. And since the Sentinel doesn't have a Brig anymore (or anything else for that matter!) I think a jaunt to my Klingon officer is in order. He hasn't been seen since the New York one anyhoo.
A Romulan Strike Team, Missing Farmers and an ancient base on a Klingon Border world. But what connects them? Find out in my First Foundary mission: 'The Jeroan Farmer Escapade'
I put in my story too Its my first post on the STO forums, but I think you'll enjoy reading it
Verrry interesting. Good characterization, and an intriguing plot. I think the Temporal Investigation guys will conclude it's a predestination paradox - if the officer hadn't done what he did, history would have been different. The current timeline would require that he take the Kyon through that vortex and trigger the war.
There are quite a large number of issues with spacing, punctuation, and grammar, but the story itself stands.
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