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Star Trek X: Traitor Hunt

By mmulhollon

Adventure / Scifi

Chapter 1

The Yorktown is orbiting around a K-7 type space station at Starbase 24 and a voice said, “Captain Valkyrie, this message is top secret and is not to be shared with the rest of your crew. Recently we obtained intelligence that Starfleet maybe compromised by HYDRA. Very few know this information as we do not know who to trust. You may choose who you want to be part of your team to find out who in Starfleet is compromised but keep it very small and choose wisely, because they maybe on your ship too. From now on until otherwise you are not to make official log entries concerning this for risk of a security breach. We have the location of one of the HYDRA agents on Starbase 24 and he is part of a delegation that is supposed to sign a peace treaty and he and other delegate members will be celebrating at the club that is part of the hotel they are staying called “Rosquite” and here is his description. Good luck captain.” Gabriel looked at the image and saw an Asian like male with a rigged nose on his computer monitor on his desk in his quarters and Gabriel smirked and said, “I know who’s up for this mission.” Gabriel pressed a button next to his monitor and said, “Commander Darkholme please report to my quarters.” After a few minutes Raven came inside and said, “What is it Gabriel?” Gabriel said, “We have a special assignment, and I know you will particularly like this.” Raven sighed and said, “Oh boy.”

Inside the club in “Rosquite” people were either dancing and drinking while at the far end there is a group of people in military uniforms celebrating with girls around them. Gabriel sat at the bar in a tuxedo next to Raven in her non-mutant form with short blonde hair and a fur coat over her dress. Gabriel leaned over to her and said, “You look lovely.” Raven pretended he was not there and said, “You look revolting.” Gabriel stifled a laugh as he looked at the mirror behind the bartender and said, “Looks like they are running out of alcohol, and it seems are friend is more than obliged to get more.” Raven said, “He should be easy.” Gabriel said, “For you I wouldn’t doubt it.” He got up with his drink and left as Raven looked over her shoulder and the person they are after moved towards her. Just as he approached she looked away and Gabriel sat at a table at the far end and looked away and the military man came up to the bar and bumped Raven lightly on the right shoulder and Raven intentionally spilt her drink before she turned to the military man and spoke in his native language. Gabriel looked out the corner of his eye as he listened to their conversation in his ear piece till the military man grabbed the bottle of wine and they both stood up from the bar with the military man wrapping his left arm around Raven’s waist and entered the nearest elevator and just as a couple were about to enter as well he turned at them and yelled what Gabriel believed to be a curse word in his native language and the couple backed away with disgusted looks as Raven smiled innocently. Gabriel continued watching using his x-ray vision till they got off the elevator on the 12th floor and reached the military officer’s quarters, where two guards stood outside, and patted Raven down as the military officer complained and allowed her to enter the military officer’s quarters. Gabriel said, “Room 1216, two guards guarding the front door.” He was about to get up till he heard two taps in his ear piece and he stopped and looked again and as he looked at the front door again he looked past the guards and door and saw two more guards in another, separate room and Gabriel said, “Two guards inside as well but separated from you. I’m on my way.” He got up from the table and moved towards the stairs.

Gabriel reached the top of the stairs and looked around the corner to see the guards outside the room and he said, “Now to take care of the guards outside.” In a flash he flew and tackled both the guards at the same time as he stopped at the far end of the hallway and set the unconscious guards down before flying straight back to the door to room 1216 and straightened his tuxedo. Gabriel said, “Whenever your ready.” Through his ear piece he heard the military officer say, “Clothes off?” Gabriel used his x-ray vision and witnessed Raven opening her fur coat only at that moment she changed into her natural blue form and the officer’s expression changed from smiling to shear horror and Gabriel heard Raven say, “What’s the matter...” Then Gabriel saw the two guards just beyond the door look at their wrists and then hurriedly moved towards the doors in front of them (where Raven and the officer are) and at that moment Gabriel charged and smashed the door in front of him to pieces as the guards just reached the doors only to turn back and look shocked when Gabriel immediately grabbed both of their heads and slammed them together, knocking them both unconscious. Gabriel then opened the doors and saw Raven with her fur coat wrapped around the military officer’s throat and had him kneeling in front of her, facing the doors as he is choking and Raven glared down at him intently and Gabriel said, “Raven we need him alive.” Raven continued to choke the officer as he tried to pull her hands and the fur coat away but without success and Raven continued to glare down at him as if ignoring Gabriel and with growing anger he said, “Raven!” The officer passed out and Raven loosened her grip as the officer crumpled to the floor. Raven looked up at Gabriel as he looked at her grimly and she said, “I got this.” In a blink of an eye Gabriel disappeared and reappeared with all four of the guards in the room and he closed the doors behind him before zip tying their hands as Raven looked at the letter on the table and an invitation notice and she said, “It looks like our friend is not only going to a peace summit but possibly meet more of his friends.” Gabriel went around the table and looked at the same documents Raven is looking at and he said, “You’re right. Then that means in the morning you have to assume his identity and go with his colleagues to the peace summit and see who else is conspiring against Starfleet and what is so important in this meeting.” Raven said, “Then how will I explain the smashed front door?” Gabriel pulled out his communicator and said, “Captain to Saji.” Saji replied, “Yes captain?” Gabriel said, “Can you replicate a door to a hotel room?” Raven looked at him puzzled and Saji replied (questionably), “Yes sir, that shouldn’t be too hard. Why?” Gabriel replied, “It’s a little complicated. I’m sending you the image of the door now.” He pressed a button and then he said, “Transporter chief, I have five people that are under arrest and awaiting to be beamed up and take them to the brig after they are medically cleared.” The transporter chief replied with puzzlement, “Yes sir. I’ll notify security.” Gabriel then turned to Raven, smirked and said, “I think we’ll stay here for tonight.” Raven looked at him like he is crazy as the guards and military officer dematerialized and a replacement front door materialized exactly where the previous one was and Raven said, “What? Are you crazy?” There is a hard knock on the front door and a voice said, “Colonel Min are you all right?” Gabriel said, “That’s your cue.” Raven made a disgusting look and transformed into the military officer before she walked past Gabriel and closed the doors behind her before opening the front door.

There are murmuring voices on the other side of the doors as Raven (disguised as the colonel) talked to someone, Gabriel picked up a bottle of champagne and looked at the label before pulling out two glasses and then he heard the front door close and one of the two doors opened to reveal Raven and she said, “It was the manager. Complaint about the noises we made but I told him one of the guards was drunk and made a fool of himself and had the others take him away.” Gabriel replied, “Good.” He popped the cork with his thumb with ease and began pouring the clear champagne as he continued, “As I was saying, you have to be here disguised as him when you go to the meeting and keep your cover. Besides, when was the last time we ever took a vacation?” Raven looked away with a disgusted look, but then her expression changed as she said to herself, “He’s got a point.” And she turned and walked over towards him and transformed to her previous self, without the fur coat, and Gabriel looked at her with a disappointed look and said, “Aww, why did you change from your beautiful form?” Raven smiled and said, “I figured I should try something different tonight.” Gabriel raised both glasses and Raven picked hers and she said, “What do we toast to?” Gabriel smirked and said, “To us.” He tapped his glass to hers as she smirked and they both drank. Gabriel set his glass down and said, “Now your turn.” She set her glass down and she said, “Someone said he wanted me to show him more.” She undid the brown belt around her waist and said, “Only it was the wrong person.” Gabriel stood close to her and put his hands around her waist while she wrapped her arms around his back and caressed his head as they both kissed. Gabriel said, “Can you say that line you told him that it is only us?” She leaned close to his right ear and said the line in French as Gabriel smirked and breathed deeply and said, “You have one talented tongue.” Raven looked at him passionately and said, “You should see what else I can do with my tongue.” Gabriel smirked and said, “Yes, but first, lets take this uncomfortable thing off.” And he put his hands behind her neck and began to undo the dress band holding her dress and top up.

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