Star Trek: Insurrection

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Alarmed by these discoveries, Picard takes a few of his crew and prepare to help the Ba'ku evacuate their village.  He orders Riker to take the ''Enterprise'' out of the Briar Patch and tell [[Starfleet]] what is really happening in the area.  Ru'afo has plans of his own.  Technobabble exotic minerals in the hills ([[kelvanite]]) and [[transport inhibitor]]s planted by Picard and company render [[transporter]]s ineffective.  In response, the Son'a dispatch small drones to attach more technobabble devices ([[isolinear tags]]) that will overcome the obstacles and allow transport.  Eventually Picard and Anij, his alien love interest, are tagged and transported into Son'a holding cells.
 
Alarmed by these discoveries, Picard takes a few of his crew and prepare to help the Ba'ku evacuate their village.  He orders Riker to take the ''Enterprise'' out of the Briar Patch and tell [[Starfleet]] what is really happening in the area.  Ru'afo has plans of his own.  Technobabble exotic minerals in the hills ([[kelvanite]]) and [[transport inhibitor]]s planted by Picard and company render [[transporter]]s ineffective.  In response, the Son'a dispatch small drones to attach more technobabble devices ([[isolinear tags]]) that will overcome the obstacles and allow transport.  Eventually Picard and Anij, his alien love interest, are tagged and transported into Son'a holding cells.
  
Ru'afo also sends two of his warships to prevent the ''Enterprise'' from contacting Starfleet.  They are initially winning the battle, but Riker eventually defeats them through more technobabble -- this time "unstable metreon gas" which the ''Enterprise'' collects dumps in proximity of the Son'a ships and detonates, destroying one and heavily damaging the other.
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Ru'afo also sends two of his warships to prevent the ''Enterprise'' from contacting Starfleet.  They are initially winning the battle, but Riker eventually defeats them through more technobabble -- this time "unstable metreon gas" which the ''Enterprise'' collects, dumps near the Son'a ships, and detonates, destroying one and heavily damaging the other.
  
 
Now fully enraged over the loss of his ships and the likely loss of their partnership with the Federation, Ru'afo decides to begin harvesting the metaphasic particles even though many people remain on the planet.  It turns out that the Son'a and Ba'ku are the same species. Wanting to have a different life than that of a farmer, some young Ba'ku rebelled and were exiled, becoming the Son'a.  Ru'afo now plans on getting revenge.  He also plans on making sure no one knows what happened and thus orders his second in command (Gallatin) to make sure the Federation prisoners are in the part of the ship that is exposed to the procedure, thus killing them.
 
Now fully enraged over the loss of his ships and the likely loss of their partnership with the Federation, Ru'afo decides to begin harvesting the metaphasic particles even though many people remain on the planet.  It turns out that the Son'a and Ba'ku are the same species. Wanting to have a different life than that of a farmer, some young Ba'ku rebelled and were exiled, becoming the Son'a.  Ru'afo now plans on getting revenge.  He also plans on making sure no one knows what happened and thus orders his second in command (Gallatin) to make sure the Federation prisoners are in the part of the ship that is exposed to the procedure, thus killing them.

Revision as of 20:32, 6 November 2012

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