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2372-2374; "Keith's Story" - Empok Nor Fanfic
2372-2374; "Keith's Story"
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Apr. 14th, 2006 | 10:15 pm
This is a fanfic about Keith's past, and what led up to his parents' deaths, and Section 31's actions against him.
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Apr. 15th, 2006 02:30 am (UTC)
September 1st, 2374:
, Ugarios System
Keith was pushed into an area slightly more secure than the middle of the cockpit as the ship shook violently under the force of Ugarios IV’s gravitational pull. Reila and Valo were pushed into the middle. Keith began to cry.
The man in charge looked at the console in front of them as it started to glow, and then jumped out of the way just in time. It exploded in a brilliant flash of light, and Reila and Valo were easily caught in the blast. Conveniently, their own destruction of the ship’s engines and vital systems had led to the overloading console, which did their work for them. Reila and Valo fell, badly burned in the blast, and utterly unconscious.
The boy was sobbing now, screaming something indecipherable about his ‘mommy and daddy’. The man rolled his eyes, and shouted over the roar of the malfunctioning systems,
“Carry out your orders.”
His Prantorian drone dutifully walked over to the boy, and pushed him so that he was on the floor, and unable to struggle. He pulled the chip out of his pocket, and put it on the back of the boy’s head. It sunk into his skin easily, and he turned to his boss and spoke in code, for security purposes now that the chip was in the boy’s head,
“It’s in. Next orders?”
“Show him the message on screen. Then activate the transporter and get him, and us, out of here. To the specified locations.”
He didn’t want to end up on the same God-forsaken planet as this child.
They showed the message to little Keith, who was now in a daze. Valo was starting to awaken, slightly. As was Reila. The man turned to them.
“You endangered the whole group,”
he screamed at Reila, over the sound of exploding consoles and overloading systems.
“You nearly caused our downfall! Now you know what happens when you screw around with Section 31.”
He turned to his two men.
“Beam us, and the boy, out of here.”
They shimmered away as the ship entered the planet’s atmosphere. Keith materialized seven feet from the surface—as accurate as they could get it with such a makeshift personal transporter. He fell with a rather fast velocity, thankfully not on his head. Soon after, the Romany came crashing down not far from where he was, and shards of metal ripped off the hull and flew through the air, one of them landing right on top of him, and knocking him unconscious.
Meanwhile the Section 31 agents materialized to their cloaked ship and warped out of the area before the Romany’s distress signal contacted some Federation starship. Their plan was in place. Now all they needed to do was retrieve the information. Reila and Valo were gone, and they had eliminated a very important threat, as well as the nuisance, Thompson. As to the ten families and two couples on the ship, they were an unfortunate loss to the Federation, but of no significance whatsoever. The investigation would have no witnesses except little Keith. They would track his every movement, and find who adopted him, and where he had moved to. Then, a few months later when his brain had been given a rest from the trauma of the chip implantation, they would be able to send the message to their contact. And in doing so prove that the chip implantation worked. It would benefit Section 31 in the future. It was the perfect way to breach Starfleet Security.
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