. . . Gavalros Seven. . .
. . . Outside the Enterprise . . .30 minutes later.
Young Riker, Data 2, Geordi, and Worf were beamed to the planet along with supplies. In a white flash appeared Q who seemed to be not in a good mood. He groaned rubbing his forehead muttering, "Why am I stuck here?" It was quite annoying really.
"Q," Young Riker said. "Why are you here?"
"Let me give you an above view of the wreckage," Q said. "Least I can do."
From above on a invincible surface they could see two sections of the Enterprise apart by several kilometers. The lower half of the Enterprise had become part of the city below. Both halves of the Enterprise appeared as though they had been heavily damaged decades ago and were rusting away now polluted by forest life. Young Riker tilted his head at the construction site and so did Geordi. Geordi recognized the design that was mostly made of rock material that could be used make building material. It was a lot like brick. The two step back.
"Quite the site, isn't it?" Q asked.
"Q, take us back." Young Riker said.
"Back where?" Q asked.
"On the ground!" Worf said.
"You are no fun," Q said. "I will take you down. . . Did you know your son had a baby with one of Picard's children using a petri dish and a surrogate mother?"
The group were transported down to the planet right outside a fight that was made by what seemed to be phasers. Data 2 stepped aside as did Geordi. Worf took out his phaser then joined in the firing seeing who were being shot at. It was a man who looked exactly like the captain except he lacked hair and beside him was a Klingon holding the aging body of a old Riker. Jean-Luc fired upon the Horseceons. They had horse like feet,horse like ears, color patters normally seen on horses, and they held strange weapons.
"I should have known you had warp power!" Jean-Luc shouted.
"Arrogant human being!" One of the Horseceons shouted back.
"Why don't you give up already!" The second Horseceon shouted.
Jean-Luc exchanged fire with the Horseceons.
Data 1 was on the other side of the rocky overpass.
Data 2 fired at some of the Horseceons body parts leaving them covered in phaser burns. More guards came to replenty the field. Data 1 shot from above right at the first group. Data 2 looked up in the direction of himself and there he saw the other him. His other self seemed to have an injury that was embedded into his right shoulder exposing his circuitry. Part of his face seemed to be missing. Data 2 ducked the blast of a Horseceon's phaser.
"I have a logical means to knock out the guards." Data 2 said.
"I am all ears,Data." Young Riker said.
"In theory, it works on horses," Data 2 said. "But I can change it and it will require me being immobilized."
Then Data 2 stopped, as did most of the Horseceon's on the planet surface. Most of them collapsed to the ground unconscious and some just clamped at their ears acting dizzy swaying from side to side. Jean-Luc looked over his shoulder with a shocked look on his face. He dropped the phaser at the sight of Worf and Geordi. It brought back memories. So many memories of Worf that he had surpressed. They all came crashing down Jean-Luc.
"Mr Worf?" Jean-Luc said.
Worfian looked in the direction that Jean-Luc and a sad expression came over her face.
"Grandpa?" Worfian asked.
"I am not your Worf," Worf said. "And. . I am not your grandpa."
"We must get to the Horseceons and force them to help us," Jean-Luc said. "I have spent seventy-three years believing this planet did not have warp power or anything to help us to get off." He had anger and hurt inside his voice. "They have star ships!"
Older Riker was out and had a bad phaser burn covering most of his head.
"You can't just barge in there," Young Riker said. "The captain I know wouldn't do that."
"If I didn't go the first time then my Worf would still be alive today," Jean-Luc said. "Worfian. . Go to the town."
"Yes, grandfather." Worfian said.
Worf's eyes grew large.
"GRANDFATHER?" Worf said.
"Yes, what is wrong with that?" Jean-Luc asked.
The look on Worf's read 'Some-one hinted to me that I have a grandchild created not by the natural ways'.
"What was wrong with the regular way of procreating?" Worf asked.
Jean-Luc laughed, slowly.
"They were both men." Jean-Luc said.