2016, November - Wesley Crusher is so done with the adults in his life.
As I said, I have been rewatcing Star Trek: The Next Generation, and while I was tumblring I bump to this, which exactly how I felt during those episodes. Today I decided to have a break from commissions and do small something for myself.
If someone were to re-write the TNG episode Parallels featuring either Spock or Bones as the parallel dimension traveler instead of Worf… and of course in half the universes Spock and Bones are together though they aren’t in the original one… I would read the living hell out of that.
Discworld witches as Starfleet medical personnel! For letsdrawdiscworld’s space theme. Pretty messy and sketchy but oh well. Hopefully I’ll do some other stuff this weekend because I have endless headcanons about space AUs, but it’ll probably be even doodlier and messier.
Anyway, so Granny’s the counselor Nanny’s the head nurse, and Magrat is the chief medical officer (Granny specializes in headology and Magrat’s canonically a better doctor, so.) Agnes is an ensign nurse, and Tiffany is a cadet specializing in psychology who’s doing a practical course on the station.
Granny’s Betazoid, terrifyingly good mind reader; Nanny’s human and and so is Tiffany; Magrat and Agnes are both Trill. Magrat’s her symbiont’s first host and she’s fresh out of medical school so she’s very, very nervous. Agnes’s symbiont’s last host was an extremely unpleasant person called Perdita who still will not leave her alone.
[I still can’t believe that Worf’s Kal'Hyah didn’t include Picard and Riker. Forcing you to reclaim your family honor did nothing for you, Worf? You were once so close to Riker that you asked him to kill you in a ritual when you were paralyzed! Your bond with Julian Bashir was really much more intense? Like, it was the writers’ choice to feature no TNG-only characters on DS9, but this always struck me as an insane, unbelievable choice.]