...One day later...
I regained consciousness.
"Urgh..." I said, turning my head upwards facing the ceiling.
My perspective clears up.
"Good morning, Klingon Android," Came a Romulan voice that is discreet.
"Ah spare me the morning crap," I said. "Which one of you repaired me?"
"We didn't repair you," One Romulan Tech said.
"Riiight," I said, nodding my head. "Q did."
"Q," The second Romulan Tech said in a bitter voice.
"You've dealt with him before?" I ask.
"The times I have dealt with him are crazy," The second Romulan tech said. "Beyond reason."
"I'll like to join that club," I said.
"Only Romulans can be in the club!" The second Romulan tech said.
"Nice to hear some humor from a Romulan," I said.
"I wasn't joking," The second Romulan Tech said, in a serious fashion.
I roll an eye.
"Sounded like one to me," I said.
I can see the inner wires to my forearm is revealed and some part of my metal flesh had been retracted. I look down to see my legs are exposed and so are my feet, but as it seems I am completely naked. Naked. Well, at least I look better than my human self! I look like a well healthy Klingon girl who has strange markings on her shoulders in the shapes of unique circles as though sketched out during the credits of a magical disney movie.
I saw my hands are cuffed to the table.
Wish I can really shut myself down about now.
"How long are you gonna fiddle around my body?" I ask.
"For how ever long we like," The third Romulan tech said.
I pause, contemplating the best response.
"This is part of your sentence," The first Romulan tech said.
"So..." I said. "Whenever this is done....I get to go wherever I want?"
"If we are able to make a map on how to male a duplicate of yours but more Romulan," The fourth Romulan tech said. "Then yes."
Stupid me for killing a Romulan.
"How far are you?" I ask.
"Less than one percent," The fourth Romulan tech said.
"Erm," I said. "Can you deactivate me?"
"No!" The second Romulan tech said.
"YESSS!" I said.
"No way," The fourth Romulan tech said.
"Okay,I'll babble until you decide to deactivate me," I said.
Which I did.