Messages From the Outback – Part Two

Messages From the Outback – Part Two

MFOB2Gates of Sto’vo’kor is proud to present Messages From the Outback – Part Two: A Gates Of Sto’vo’kor and Starfinder Crossover Special. This episode is the epilogue to the Starfinder two part story Starfinder: A Gorn of A Different Color, is currently available on Starfinder’s website. Check out the exciting conclusion to this massive Klingon arc for Gates of Sto’vo’kor and Starfinder here.

  1. Sskald: The following days were busy ones as the Kradec assisted the fleet as well as the Tyr Gash. Though there was much tension between the two groups, everything seemed to be amicable enough by the time the Kradec left orbit to continue the next stage of their mission, finding out what the Tholians are up to in the ‘awtbaq.
  2. Valkara: According to the Pilachio star charts, there’s a cluster of inhabitable systems five light years from here. Set a course.
  3. Purina: Found it. Course laid in.
  4. Krang: I will be on my rounds. Notify me before we arrive.
  5. Valkara: (hestitating) Krang …
  6. Krang: Yes General?
  7. Valkara: uh … (changing her mind) Good work.
  8. Sklood: General, I’m detecting anomalous energy readings.
  9. Valkara: Wait Krang. Where are the readings coming from?
  10. Sklood: On the bridge.
  11. Krang: Yellow Alert!
  12. Valkara: What kind of –
  13. Messenger: I am the Messenger of the Choir and I have returned. I mean you no harm.
  14. Krang: You! (Pulls out his dk’tagh)
  15. Valkara: Stand down Krang.
  16. Krang: But General …
  17. Valkara: The Messenger has not hindered us in any way on this visit. We should hear what the Messenger has to say. Why have you returned Messenger?
  18. Messenger: The choir does not wish for you to interfere with the less developed races in our space. And as such, the planets you are currently approaching are under our protection. Do not forget that you are our guests here. Turn around now.
  19. Valkara: If we are to complete our mission, we must be allowed to travel freely. However, I can assure you that we do not have any intention of interfering with lesser races.
  20. Krang: What I do not understand is why we were allowed to communicate with the Tyr Gash?
  21. Messenger: The Tyr Gash are not a lesser race. They stand apart of the Choir’s influence.
  22. Valkara: Even so, we must be allowed to continue our mission. You have my word of honor that we will not interfere with your people.
  23. Messenger: Then, we have an understanding. You may continue on your way.
  24. Sskald: The Messenger disappeared and the Kradec was allowed to continue on their way. Using long range scans, they examined the life forms on the planets in question. There wasn’t anything of real interest for them to see. So, they continued onward, going deeper into the ‘awtbaq. Over the next few weeks, they warped from planet to planet searching for any sign of the Tholians, but they were nowhere to be found. However, the Kradec came across an energy signature that they were not expecting to find in the ‘awtbaq.
  25. Krang: Romulans … (opens a channel) General Valkara to the bridge.
  26. Valkara: (over com. She was awaken from her sleep.) What is it Krang? I was sleeping.
  27. Krang: We’ve come across a Romulan energy signature not far from our position.
  28. Valkara: Tal Shiar?
  29. Krang: Their transponder codes identify them as Romulan Republic.
  30. Valkara: Very well. I will be right there. Set a course for their position.
  31. Sskald: A short while later, Valkara was on the bridge when the Kradec reached the coordinates where the Romulan energy signature had been.
  32. Valkara: Report!
  33. Krang: The green blooded Qua’hom must have detected our approach and cloaked. The cowards.
  34. To’jet: Or they could be a light year away by now. We don’t know.
  35. Valkara: Open a channel.
  36. To’jet: Channel open.
  37. Valkara: Romulan Vessel. I am General Valkara of the IKS Kradec. We wish to speak with you.
  38. To’jet: No response.
  39. Valkara: Come in Romulan vessel. We mean you no harm. We want to speak with you.
  40. To’jet: I’m not detecting anything. They were here, but they are gone now.
  41. Valkara: Are you picking anything up unusual on sensors?
  42. Sklood: Nothing at all.
  43. Valkara: Can you tell me what they were doing here?
  44. Sklood: We have no way of knowing.
  45. Valkara: Very well. Krang, you have the bridge. I’m going back to bed.
  46. Krang: Yes, General. Purina, resume course.

(Gates of Sto’vo’kor bar).

  1. G’hargh: I do not believe it.
  2. Korrath: What’s not to believe?
  3. Hauk: For the last time, G’hargh, the Opera was entertainment. It does not attempt to be factual and should not be taken as such.
  4. Karn: I can vouch for the veracity of his story. He believes it to be true.
  5. G’hargh: That’s not what I’m talking about you fools. I do not believe Valkara would give up command of the Kradec so easily.
  6. Deyvid: What is not to understand? She is doing whatever it takes to ensure the success of her mission.
  7. Hauk: It did sound like she intended to reclaim her command once the situation with the Tyr Gash had stabilized.
  8. G’hargh: I still find it hard to believe. Perhaps I will have to make a cargo run to the ‘awtbaq sometime to verify all of these stories of yours Sskald.
  9. Sskald: And when you do, let me know and I will accompany you.
  10. Karn: Oh no. Not again. Sskald, why must you think about that now?
  11. Sskald: (Laughing) Just checking to see if you were still eavesdropping Karn.
  12. Karn: When will I learn to stay out of the minds of Gorn?
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