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STC: My Big Fat Vulcan Wedding: Chapter 4STC: My Big Fat Vulcan Wedding: Chapter 4 by *DrOfDemonology
August 14, 2268
One of the benefits of having your own ship is that it tends to save on hotel bills. At least as far as Garadun was concerned. Why waste money on a hotel room when you have a perfectly good set of quarters aboard your own vessel? It wasn’t as if he’d been in deep space for a really long spell and needed time off the ship.
When Cera had put Calypso in for restoration, one of the things she’d had done was a full renovation on all the crew quarters: new bunks, new fixtures, new floor panels, new furniture. For her own quarters and Garadun’s, she had Vega Station’s engineering teams take two pairs of adjoining cabins, remove the connecting walls and turn them into a set of suites. They were now the same size as those belonging to commanding officers aboard Constitution class starships, if not slightly larger. Each suite had a bathroom, bedroom, living room, and study. The rest of the ship’s cabins
STC: My Big Fat Vulcan Wedding: Chapter 1STC: My Big Fat Vulcan Wedding: Chapter 1 by *DrOfDemonology
March 8, 2268
As he sat at the main bar of the Echo 3 Club, one of the numerous taverns in Coridan’s sprawling capitol, Garadun took a sip from his tumbler of Andorian ale before fingering the leather thong around his neck. He drew it from beneath his shirt and held the small jewel dangling there, looking at it thoughtfully. To him the flawed, five centimeter-long crystal wasn’t much more than a token, a thing of sentimental value because it’d been a gift. But to the galactic population at large it represented enormous wealth and power because this rare mineral was vital to the heart of most starships. It was dilithium, something Coridan had in abundance.
The sliver in Garadun’s hand was too small and too filled with imperfections to be of any industrial use. Similarly flawed crystals were sold as jewellery all over Coridan; it was in fact where his had come from. He didn’t find its semi-translucent, pinkish colour very appea
STC: My Big Fat Vulcan Wedding: Chapter 2STC: My Big Fat Vulcan Wedding: Chapter 2 by *DrOfDemonology
June 4, 2268
The Vegan Maintenance and Refurbishment Centre was more commonly known as the Vegan Boneyard; or even more simply, the Boneyard. Located in orbit of the system’s largest gas giant, the Boneyard was home to all manner of decommissioned and derelict spacecraft, from starships to cargo drones. At the facility’s heart was an aging but still very functional drydock where spacecraft were overhauled and given a second life, if they were lucky. If they were unlucky, they got cut up into scrap. The vast majority of the Boneyard’s residents, however, simply sat in their assigned spots collecting space dust. And perhaps dreamed of better days.
Looking out the windows of the main control centre, Cera could see literally hundreds of vessels, with Vega VII looming large in the background. In its own way it was one of the saddest places she had ever seen. As an engineer, starships were like living creatures to her, and they deserved a better
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