|"Dream a Little Dream of Me"|
|Original post date:||2008|
Summary[edit | edit source]
Ro Nevin is missing, presumed dead. Corey Aster is in a coma, a "guest" of the Romulans. But his old counselor, and now friend, USS Cantabrian-A officer Daniel Radke undertakes a secret mission to prepare Aster for transport back to the Federation, whether the Romulans are willing to allow him to or not.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This originally was a pitch to be offered to Star Trek: Hidden Frontier but, as that series does not accept fan pitches, the Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions author expanded the story to add the Daniel Radke and Noah Wrightson characters as well as expand the back-story of both Radke and Aster.
- The title references the song "Dream a Little Dream of Me", a song popularized by Cass Elliot from famous 1960s band, The Mamas & the Papas.
- This stand-alone episode fleshes out FRadke's time on Earth after the Battle of Wolf 359 in 2367. Backstory always indicated he helped rescue survivors of the battle and counsel both those who survived and those who had loved ones that died in the battle, including Benjamin and Jake Sisko. This story adds Corey Aster to those patients.
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2367; 2379; 2384; Archein; cortical inhibitor; Aster, Amy; Aster, Corey; Aster, Helen; Aster, Jeremy; Aster, Lee; Battle of Wolf 359; Borg; Braidian; Cantabrian-A, USS; Chicago; D'Mer; Deep Space 12; disruptor; "Dream a Little Dream of Me"; Elbrey, Myra; Enterprise-D, USS; Galaxy-class; The God of Small Things; Greene, John; Hamelin, Rose; Helena, USS; Lawless, Brendon; Lefler, Robin; McFarland, Jenna; Melbourne, USS; Melonsky, Alan; Morgan, Samuel; Munoz, Jason; Negh'Var-class; Ness, Mordan; Odyssey, USS; Prospect, USS; Prospect-A, USS; Quasar-class; Radke, Daniel; Rawlins, Brad; Renaissance-class; Risa; Ro Nevin; Romulan; Romulan Neutral Zone; Romulan shuttle; Romulan Senate; Roy, Arundhati; Shorewood, IL; Special Operations; Stadi, Maya; Starfleet Academy; Starfleet Medical; Tal Shiar; Tarketh, IRW; Tovath; tricorder; Unroth III; Unroth system; warbird; Whitby, Richard; Wrightson, Noah