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Posted: January 9, 2011 in star trek tattoos
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star trek tattoos

star trek tattoos

star trek tattoos

Upon discovering a cultural symbol drawn in the ground on a planet that was used by his ancestors to ‘heal the land’, Chakotay tries to contact the beings his tribe called the ‘Sky Spirits.’

The crew of Voyager hopes to extract minerals from the planet, but efforts to reach the planet are inexplicably hindered. Storms form instantly whenever they try to achieve a lock to use the transporters to beam down, and when they take a shuttlecraft, storms develop again making the approach difficult. Meanwhile, Chakotay remembers a childhood experience of hiking through a rain forest on Earth with his father in attempts to find his tribe. However, he wasn’t receptive to the experience, he doesn’t yet embrace his heritage and is in constant discomfort because of the forest conditions. Meanwhile, the Doctor wants to prove to the crew that mild illnesses do not have to inhibit work. He programs a simulated flu for himself as to act as an example to the rest of the crew. On the surface of the planet, Chakotay continues to make parallels between this planet and his journey with his father. Attempts to contact the locals fail and a sudden storm forces them to retreat back to the shuttle. Chakotay is separated from the others during the storm and is left behind.

Separated from the crew and without his comm badge, Chakotay changes into clothes found at an abandoned camp and goes searching for the inhabitants of the planet. Meanwhile, Janeway decides to take Voyager down to land on the planet to search for their missing commander. As with the shuttlecraft, a storm forms as they begin their landing sequence. The storm quickly grows to strengths beyond the capabilities of the ship, rendering it uncontrollable and on a crash course.

star trek tattoos

star trek tattoos

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