There are somethings that are not to be superseded.
"Captain, there is a probability here that we all are going to be killed by this cave," Spock voiced his concern to Kirk. "Fifty-three against one thousand six hundred ninety-four chances of survival if we remain."
"There has to be another way to find Willis," McCoy said. "Not just dying."
Kirk simply swam to what seemed to be a crystal-less section.
"Spock," Kirk said. "What is this?"
"Captain, I highly recommend against touching it," Spock said. "And the tricorder readings. . . nothing. It may be dangerous."
"He is gonna touch it, anyway," McCoy said, flashing his light on the crystal wall where he could see the skeleton of Blandish. "Oh my god."
Kirk reached his hand out to the mass.
Kirk's hand went inside the dark gray mass.
And he simply vanished into it.
"Captain!" Spock shouted, sounding panicked.
Spock went after Kirk.
McCoy could notice sharp thorns of crystals headed his direction. Knowing the captain, he probably needs some medical attention or will for that matter! Spock vanished in the dark gray mass. McCoy followed shortly. Spock took McCoy's hand then yanked him out of the mass. McCoy took off his helmet looking about to see what appeared to be starship wreckage,scuba gear all over the place, devices, abandoned disruptors,Klingon armor covering some of the skeletons, and what appeared to be remains of skeletons joined together by the back.
"A grave yard. ." Kirk said, feeling disgusted.
"How long was I in there?" McCoy said.
"Two hours, thirty three minutes, and forty-two seconds." Spock said.
"And you?" McCoy asked the Vulcan.
"One hour and two minutes," Spock said. "I was shoved out. .. Strangely. Next I searched for the captain in the mass using my hands which took longer than I thought."