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DO THE "sorry, were you sleeping" ONE FRIENDO (PLEASE)

Ah! my dude! this is super late wtf I’m sorry!!! this actually gave me an idea for the book I’m writing, so I hope you don’t mind that they’re my OC’s <3
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Valerie couldn’t sleep. After everything that has happened recently, all the excitement, the fear, and adrenalin, and then not having to run anymore, and the deal they made with Poppy… It wasn’t much of a surprise that they were still up at this hour.

They turned on their back, looking around the magnificent room around them, and the bed beneath them probably more expensive than their old house. It was very comfortable, almost too soft, honestly, when they first tried laying down, they sunk a few good inches.

Valerie turns once more, huffing a sigh of defeat, they sat up, and pushed themself off the bed, and slipped their soft slippers on their feet, and moved out of the room. Silently, they moved down the hall to where they knew Camellia’s room was, and pushed the door open slightly, peaking their head inside.

The lumpy shape of their friend moves under the covers of her bed, before sitting up in bed, and blinking sleep out of her eyes, moonlight streaming in, washing her face in pale light. “Valerie?” She croaks.

“Sorry… Did I wake you?” Valerie whispers, slowly edging out of their friend’s room.

“No. No, it’s fine. Come here.” She moves to the side, pushing her blankets up, making room for Valerie.

Valerie stands for a moment, almost waiting for Camellia to change her mind. She doesn’t, so Valerie shuts the heavy bedroom door, and makes their way over to the bed. They climb up, and Camellia pulls the blankets over both them.

“It’s really quiet here…” Valerie whispers, after a minute of staring silently at their hands.

“It is, isn’t it?” Camellia agrees.They were both used to the nightly forest sounds.
And Valerie could only faintly feel the pull of Nature from inside, it wasn’t the same as when they were sleeping out in the forest, surrounded by Nature….

They felt restless inside. Like something could happen any moment. But it wouldn’t. They were safe. Right?

“You’re okay, Valerie.” Camellia sooths, running a hand down their back. “We’re safe for now. All of us.”

“No. Not all of us.” Valerie whispers, looking up at Camellia.

“No… But we’ll save him, okay? For now, though, we need help, and we’ll get that help here. You need to sleep, you’re practically nodding off right now.” Camellia laughs, and gently pushes Valerie on their back, pulling the blankets up higher.

Being this close to Camellia made them feel safer, like they could actually sleep now. Slowly, they felt themself do just that, eyes fighting to keep open.

“Sleep, Valerie… I’ll be here when you wake up.”

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I hope you liked it, and I’m sorry if it was confusing???


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STAR TREK VI: THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY

  • Theatrical Release (1991)
  • Stardaet: 2293
  • Director: Nicholas Meyer
  • Writers: Leonard Nimoy & Nicholas Meyer

Stars

William Shatner

Captain James T. Kirk

Leonard Nimoy

Captain Spock

DeForest Kelley

Chief Medical Officer Dr. McCoy

George Takei

Captain Sulu of the  Excelsior

Walter Koenig

Lt. Commander Chekov

Nichelle Nichols

Lt. Commander Uhura

James Doohan

Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott

Kim Cattrall

Lt. Valeris

David Warner

Chancellor Gorkon

John Schuck

Klingon Ambassador

Christopher Plummer

General Chang

Mark Lenard

Ambassador Sarek

Grace Lee Whitney

Excelsior Communications Officer

Brock Peters 

Admiral Cartwright

Michael Dorn 

Klingon Defense Attorney 

Christian Slater 

Excelsior Communications Officer

Kurtwood Smith

Federation President 

Rene Auberjonois

Colonel West

Rosanna DeSoto

Azetbur 

  • Movie poster art by artist Matt Ferguson 

“On the verge of peace. On the brink of war.”

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country implication is that the original voyage of “Star Trek” has come to an end–that the characters and players of the first television series and the six “Star Trek” movies will now go where no “Star Trek” actor has gone before, into retirement, The official Star Trek Chronology suggests this film takes place in the year 2293, or 27 years after the events of the first episodes of the original Star Trek (1966) series, which the chronology suggests occur in 2266. This is taken from a line by McCoy stating he has served on the Enterprise for 27 years. According to the Chronology, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) therefore takes place about six years after the events of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989), and some 22 years after the events of Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). The network premiere of the movie Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country brings “Star Trek” full circle. The original Star Trek (1966) series aired on the NBC network from 1966-69, as did the Animated Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973) from 1973-74. The first four movies premiered on ABC-TV, and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) on CBS-TV, following with the last film starring the original cast premiering back on the original network NBC.

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