The loss of a sibling.
It is like some-one took your heart out, smashed it to pieces, spat on it, then beat up your lifeless body while your ghost stood outside watching it all. For holoprograms given the capability to feel emotions and were recently activated, that is the worst you can ever do: take their sibling away. They do not have what humans have to grief. They are programs who react to their external affairs not internal.
The Charge had been repaired much as it could.
"What are we gonna do when the Jefronian's come?" 2.99 asked.
"Shoot them down, Brother." 3.00 said.
They were adrift in space waiting for whatever the hell was going on to end and take them back to their destination.
"I can't help but think he wouldn't want this," Navigator admitted. "Us to be bent this way on avenging him."
"I have claimed the right of vengeance." 3.00 said.
Navigator,half Cardassian (Well, he is quarter Klingon due to his programming),turned toward 3.00.
"You are not a Klingon!" Navigator said. "Klingons have this sort of thing. Not we. Not Romulans. Not I Cardassian."
"If you cannot do what this vessel is set to do then your program will be changed," 3.00 said, sitting in the captains chair. "Or you will be deleted."
Navigator stood up.
"I refuse to stain Chief's honor by going against our mission perimeters," Navigator said. "We have accomplished it! Isn't that enough?"
3.00 stood up.
"Nothing is enough," 3.00 said. "Brothers. . ." 3.00 smirked. "Reprogram him."