Starfleet is one big exploratory organization. Talk about infinite diversity. This top flight space agency numbers some of the most famous, respected scientists and professionals across the galaxy as its invaluable members. Christopher Pike, Jonathan Archer, James T. Kirk and Mister Spock are just a few of those we all know from Federation subspace newsfeeds and holo-adventures.
And then there’s another.
He’s the Most Interesting Starfleet Officer in the Galaxy. Or so they say. The interesting part for us was landing the chat. He was nearly impossible to pin down for an interview, but when we finally did, his enigmatic manner impressed us befitting his mysterious reputation. Per Starfleet regulations and absolute insistence – he provides no traceable identity, nor even a code name.
We have no choice. We must start here. Why do they call you The Most Interesting Starfleet Officer In The Galaxy?
Oh, do they? I hadn’t even realized. I’m too busy saving worlds and discovering new life and new civilizations to notice much anything else.
Interesting… Isn’t that Jim Kirk’s job?
He learned everything he thinks he knows from me. And just between you and I – the kid has a helluva lot more to learn.
How about Christopher Pike? What do you think of him?
Pike’s a good man. If you see him, ask him about Denebian Slime Angels. He’ll know how to respond. But don’t be too hard on him if he doesn’t say much else.
Did you always know you were headed for a Starfleet Career?
Starfleet reached out to me. I had been running my own business. Let’s just say the travel part took me to places Starfleet had never heard of or wanted to go. It was a natural fit for me to join the family.
Can you name and briefly talk about your greatest adventure?
As is much about the he who is me, that’s completely classified information. I’ll simply say it’s still going on. Is that intriguing enough for you?
Tease! What’s your favorite Starship class? Don’t tell us that’s classified as well.
Excelsior. I got to play with the sleek beauty years before anyone even knew it existed. Let me tell you, if you ever get the chance for some serious warp powered fun, that baby is the only serious space ride in the quadrant.
We’d like to thank you for this chat. It has to be one of the most memorable – yet you really didn’t tell us all that much.
It’s my speciality. Appreciate the exchange – was fun. Now, if you’ll excuse me, a race called the Organians need my theories on the transmutation of pure energy. Those kiddies are so bright, yet need help in just one little area. I’m off. Ciao. LLAP.
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