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Fascinating Part 7: DesolationTHIS IS (MAYBE?) SLIGHTLY GRAPHIC SO CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME IF IT NEEDS TO BE MARKED AS MATURE OR NOT I DON'T WANNA GET IN TROUBLE OR HAVE IT OR MY ACCOUNT DELETED. I personally don't think it needs it, but I'm never sure what's okay with sites like this (despite having read the "rules" for posting. Plus I tend to stay away from things I know will get me into trouble if not marked mature, so I'm a bit out of my element.Fascinating Part 7: Desolation by TheHulkIsIntheTARDIS
Time seemed to slow as all non-essential crew members aboard the Enterprise focused their attention on their three comrades currently free-falling through the Vulcan atmosphere. Your eyes flitted back and forth between watching the tiny dots onscreen to Spock, gauging his reaction while you tried to come up with a way to convince him to send you to the planet instead of himself when the time came. Your deep thinking was interrupted by the voice
Fascinating Part 6: Confrontation*BRIEF WARNING OF SOME MILD (POSSIBLY OUT OF CHARACTER) LANGUAGE. WHAT CAN I SAY? I LIKE INSULTING PEOPLE HA*Fascinating Part 6: Confrontation by TheHulkIsIntheTARDIS
The red alert alarm blared in all corners of the Enterprise as it approached Vulcan. Since no communication could be established (most likely due to a Romulan attack), you stopped working at your station and opted to instead stand beside Spock, who was simply staring ahead, stoic, as the ship warped on.
“Five seconds to arrival. Four, three, two…”
Despite the strength of the bad feeling you had in your gut and knowing that Vulcan was under attack, you weren't prepared for what you witnessed upon your arrival.
The space around Vulcan was pure chaos. Bits and pieces of the giant, fully-equipped Starfleet ships that had arrived before you were floating around and crashing into each other violently, threatening the safety of the Enterprise.
If this was the condition Starfleet ships were in, you didn't want to think about what Vulcan (and its&
Fascinating (Part 5: Red Alert) Spock x ReaderAfter boarding the Enterprise and changing into your new red uniform, you quickly navigated yourself through the ship to the lift. Once inside, you kept taking deep breaths in an attempt to calm your nerves.Fascinating (Part 5: Red Alert) Spock x Reader by TheHulkIsIntheTARDIS
For goodness's sake, (NAME), you're in Star Fleet and you've undergone rigorous amounts of training for situations like this. Act like it.
The lift slowly came to a halt, and you quickly adjusted your uniform before the door slid open to reveal the sleek interior of the most highly respected place on the ship- the bridge.
As you strode over to the communication section of the bridge, you gave an appreciative glance around your new working environment. The Enterprise was impressive even for a Star Ship; you now understood why (FRIEND) so desperately wanted this assignment.
"Captain on the bridge!"
The Russian accent of a curly-haired, gold-shirted crewmember interrupted your appreciation, and you shifted your attention from your shiny surroundings to your
Fascinating (SpockxReader part 2:'Misinformation')"I believe Sarek's wife intends for the two to be married."Fascinating (SpockxReader part 2:'Misinformation') by TheHulkIsIntheTARDIS
"That does not appear to be feasible; Spock was betrothed to another upon birth."
"It has been said that he chose to reject his original betrothal during a previous pon farr episode; I am certain Sarek would prefer that his son follow in his footsteps and choose a human partner."
"Perhaps, but even if that were the case, Sarek would surely choose a better human female. Not that it is of any consequence, as their children shall suffer the same fate as Spock has; belonging to neither world. For the sake of our society, however, I do propose that they take up residence on Earth. The inter species hybridization between Vulcans and Humans must desist, particularly with such lowly humans as Amanda and (NAME)."
Tears pooled in your eyes. You had been living on Vulcan for a little less than half an Earth year, and once you had adjusted (which took about a month or so), you had come to enjoy your time on the planet. Generally, t