Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

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While on the way they encounter the USS ''Reliant'' on an intercept course.  Ignoring regulations, as pointed out by Lt. Saavik, they close on the Reliant with their [[ST Shields|shields]] down.  Once at point blank range, Khan attacks the ''Enterprise'' heavily damaging it.  Disabled Kirk is forced to use the ''Reliant'''s [[prefix code]] in order to strike back at the Khan forcing them to withdraw.  After the battle they head over to Regula one where they find the research team members left on the station tortured and dead.  They also locate Captain Terrell and Checkov.  Using the [[transporter]] on the station they beam down to the Genesis stage two test cave and are attack by the still mind controlled Checkov and Terrell.  Terrell kills himself when ordered by Khan to kill Kirk and the eel inside of Checkov exits his body leaving him incapacitated.  At this point it is revealed that [[David Marcus]], one of the chief Genesis scientists, is actually Kirk's son.  After spending some time talking with Carol he goes into the main Genesis cave and banters with Saavik about the ''Kobayashi Maru'' test and his 'solution' to it.  As if an answer to Saavik's incredulous comments about his 'solution' to the test he contacts Spock to have the party beamed up to the still wounded ''Enterprise''.   
 
While on the way they encounter the USS ''Reliant'' on an intercept course.  Ignoring regulations, as pointed out by Lt. Saavik, they close on the Reliant with their [[ST Shields|shields]] down.  Once at point blank range, Khan attacks the ''Enterprise'' heavily damaging it.  Disabled Kirk is forced to use the ''Reliant'''s [[prefix code]] in order to strike back at the Khan forcing them to withdraw.  After the battle they head over to Regula one where they find the research team members left on the station tortured and dead.  They also locate Captain Terrell and Checkov.  Using the [[transporter]] on the station they beam down to the Genesis stage two test cave and are attack by the still mind controlled Checkov and Terrell.  Terrell kills himself when ordered by Khan to kill Kirk and the eel inside of Checkov exits his body leaving him incapacitated.  At this point it is revealed that [[David Marcus]], one of the chief Genesis scientists, is actually Kirk's son.  After spending some time talking with Carol he goes into the main Genesis cave and banters with Saavik about the ''Kobayashi Maru'' test and his 'solution' to it.  As if an answer to Saavik's incredulous comments about his 'solution' to the test he contacts Spock to have the party beamed up to the still wounded ''Enterprise''.   
  
On board the ''Enterprise'', Kirk and Spock decide to take advantage of the nearby Mutara Nebula to draw Kahn and the ''Reliant'' into a even fight.  The conditions of the nebula make shields and sensors nearly non-functional.  Making sure to taunt Khan as they enter the nebula, Kirk then engages Khan in a dogfight in the nebula until they manage to heavily damage the ''Reliant'' killing everyone on board other then Kahn himself.  Kahn did manage to damage the ''Enterprise'' in turn taking its main engines offline.  In a final act of defiance, Khan activates the Genesis Device in order to take Kirk out with it.  As the Enterprise tries to escape the area, Spock heads down to Engineering and after [[Mind Meld]]ing with McCoy enters the engine chamber and repairs the main engines enough to allow the ship to escape.   
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On board the ''Enterprise'', Kirk and Spock decide to take advantage of the nearby Mutara Nebula to draw Kahn and the ''Reliant'' into a even fight.  The conditions of the nebula make shields and sensors nearly non-functional.  Making sure to taunt Khan as they enter the nebula, Kirk then engages Khan in a dogfight in the nebula until they manage to heavily damage the ''Reliant'' killing everyone on board other then Kahn himself.  Kahn did manage to damage the ''Enterprise'' in turn taking its main engines offline.  In a final act of defiance, Khan activates the Genesis Device in order to take Kirk out with it.  As the Enterprise tries to escape the area, Spock heads down to Engineering and after [[Telepathy|Mind Meld]]ing with McCoy enters the engine chamber and repairs the main engines enough to allow the ship to escape.   
  
 
The movie ends with Spock's funeral and Nimoy reading the famous lines, "Space the Final Frontier.  These are the voyages of the Starship ''Enterprise''.  Her mission, to boldly go where no man has gone before."  The last shot of the movie is a slow zoom in to the new Genesis planet onto the Photon Torpedo tube that served as Spock's coffin.
 
The movie ends with Spock's funeral and Nimoy reading the famous lines, "Space the Final Frontier.  These are the voyages of the Starship ''Enterprise''.  Her mission, to boldly go where no man has gone before."  The last shot of the movie is a slow zoom in to the new Genesis planet onto the Photon Torpedo tube that served as Spock's coffin.

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