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Wilson Cruz. Main [80]. Roger C. Aldis Hodge. Racaud J'aide CVF. The floor of the central area of the building, whose dominant interior color is black, is the game playing arena surrounded by three upper walkways staggered so that spectators have a view of the arena floor. Prior to the beginning of the Game, spectators are subjected to the enjoyment of extremely loud music that Kirk described as a strange mixture of howling wind, crashing surf, and weird, rattling, percussive notes, like hundreds of sticks being struck together yet, he noted, it had a powerfully rhythmic ebb and flow.

He also included that each four-foot square monolith stood twelve feet high at a distance of five feet from two others, arranged so that two monoliths stood side by side, then three in a second row, and the last two stood parallel with the first two. Each allowed space for a player, clothed brightly in matching monolith colors, to emerge from the top and to occupy the top of the monolith, within striking distance of three other players.

Repeated shocks cause death. The Game begins with the emergence of the monoliths and the introduction of the seven players. No time limits, no rules, and no time-outs allow each player to dislodge another by any means. As each player is dislodged from his monolith, he falls twelve feet to the floor where he is kicked and pummeled as he tries to escape.


Often the crowd will kill fallen players. The empty monolith goes dark but does not reseat into the floor. Remaining players use the darkened pillars to escape blows or to get closer to an opponent to deliver a blow. Only males are allowed to participate.

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Spock declared the Game to be a violent, fast moving, completely unpredictable combat, full of speed, strength, agility, coordination, and quick thinking. Arios Cr —Humanoid. Initial description indicated a small, thin man, early 30s, with green hair, prominent cheekbones, a square but fragile jaw line, and a light scratch tenor voice, dressed in baggy clothes whose burned hands were heavily bandaged. He identified himself to the Enterprise as the captain of the Nautilus whose crew consisted of a Vulcan boy, an Orion female, a Klingon female, and two humanoid men.

A closer examination by Dr. McCoy revealed Arios was the product of human-hybrid genetic manipulation. At age sixteen, he had been taken from his home to the Consilium Institute and subjected to the IP implant on orders from the Masters of the Consilium.

SEE Consilium. IP writing in his brain merged over time with the spinal nerves and gave the Masters control of him. Scars along the back of his neck revealed to have been caused by repeated burns severing of the IP growth that, for a while, broke the control of the IP. SEE wiring implant.

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He had quit the Consilium two years before he arrived in the Crossroad Nebula and met Kirk. During that time he had built a following of dissidents and created a Fleet in preparation to fight the Consilium. He admitted to Captain Kirk that he had been conceived and gene spliced and more or less raised under the aegis of the Consilium [but] reading about you made me fight to go into officer training, instead of being. He added that Kirk was "a kind of hero, to those who know their history. He sincerely believed wired people, trained to do so, could stand up against the Consilium.

With repeated questioning by Kirk, Arios told him that he had trained at StarFleet Academy after leaving the Institute although the Consilium planned to train him as an astrogator. He and his group, he told Kirk, had discovered the Nautilus as a derelict with no ID codes or logs. Having lost their ship Antelope in an attack, they had transferred to the Nautilus. Arios did not want Kirk exploring the ship, fearing he would discover the yagghorth and the truth that Nautilus was the Antelope. Unsure of the truth in his answers, Kirk placed all of them in the Brig. A short time later, Arios led his group in a breakout.

As a Master, Arios was able to control the thoughts and emotions of other wired people and to some extent, physical surroundings of non-wired people.

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Once Kirk was back in control he learned that Arios was really the engineer of the Nautilus as well as its captain. Arios told Kirk his group was headed to Tau Lyra Three, but when a landing group on Tau Lyra Three proved that all life had been destroyed, the situation changed.

McKennon, who had followed Arios and his group back in time, arrived, she told Kirk the eradication of Tau Lyra Three population had been by Arios who was ambitious to become a Master with unlimited control. SEE McKennon. Kirk sent Spock and Arios to inspect the torpedo tubes on Nautilus.

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They discovered they were useless. The discovery proved McKennon was lying and had, in fact, destroyed the planet, taking captive a small group whom she intended to have wired, having learned that the people of Tau Lyra Three had more powerful mental abilities than anyone suspected. To save this group, Dr.

SEE Darthanian. Together they saved the few remaining Yoons.

SEE Yoons. Darthanian, already wired, but not controlled by it remained behind to protect those who escaped. He left a hand written note tucked between the pages of The Upbringing of Kyros which Kirk had been reading. Armory AE —Located in the center of the main settlement on Chal, it had a reputation of holding hidden weapons though many residents suspected it was the main power station since it was the largest structure on Chal. As discovered by Kirk and Teilani it had extended caverns carved from solid rock. A transporter shield protected it and its forty-year old equipment and contents.

The main area had a geodesic patterned ceiling of light channels and from the ceiling hung a Romulan bird-of-prey. A series of transparent display cases ringed the plaza area.

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Floor panels located in front of each case, when stepped upon by a native Chal, activated videos. One case displayed mannequins of Romulan warrior uniforms with hand weapons. Another case displayed a Romulan male and a Klingon female with a child who sported a furrowed brow and pointed ears.

In another case, a video projected simulated DNA molecules coming together. A nearby video revealed the mechanical fertilization of egg cells. Large screens attached to the walls ran images of StarFleet destroying Romulan and Klingon cities and horribly mutilated bodies among the ruins. In side rooms some 10, hand weapons were stored along with medical equipment, ration containers, and tactical bombs. A giant computer ran the complex. Askalon Five CD —This planet, whose star was in a transitional stage with gradual cooling, had been declared in a survey to be uninhabited and inhospitable.

The Federation Office of Planet Survey notified the Office of Archaeology that the planet had remains of a long-dead civilization and was marked for future study.