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Missions involved[edit | edit source]
- “Message From Another Time I”: Nereda records an after-action report on November 28, 2154. Following an attempt by the Na'kuhl to free Dr. Arik Soong from prison, initially to have him create Augments for them, and later to kill him, a member of Nereda's strike team was captured. Nereda was wounded in the battle, but was successfully able to recover her agent and prevent the end of the Soong line.
- “Message From Another Time II”: Nereda records an after-action report following an undercover mission as a member of the Obsidian Order in the 23rd Century. She found the mission distasteful, but was able to prevent the Na'kuhl from detonating a bomb which would have killed a 5-year-old Procal Dukat (the father of the infamous Gul Dukat), preserving the timeline.
- “Message From Another Time III”: In an after-action report, Nereda recounts her mission to prevent Na'kuhl agents to recover the buried pieces of the B-4 android, which they planned to program to destroy the Enterprise-E while it was in orbit of Romulus. Nereda was forced to re-bury the components so they could be discovered by the Enterprise crew.
- “Message From Another Time IV”: Nereda records a report after foiling an attempt by the Na'kuhl to assassinate Jake Sisko by reprogamming a holosuite on Deep Space 9. She tracked the Na'kuhl agent to a storage area, passing Elim Garak on her way. When she arrived at the storage area, she found the corpse of the Na'kuhl agent.
- “Message From Another Time V”: Nereda recounts a mission to stop the Na'kuhl from reprogramming a Cardassian ship to destroy the U.S.S. Voyager when it approached. When Nereda arrived, she discovered that the Cardassian ship had turned on the Na'kuhl and killed them all; having been programmed with to kill Cardassians, it also attempted to kill Nereda. She expresses her regret for having to leave the "Dreadnought" for Voyager to discover.
- “Ragnarok”: Nereda participates in the Battle of Procyon V, and is present at Chekov's briefing.
Other involvement[edit | edit source]
- "Preemptive Planning": Nereda confers with Captain Walker about the Na'kuhl agents being seeded throughout the timestream. Realizing that they can begin to predict the actions of the Na'kuhl rather than simply react, they begin to suspect that the Na'kuhl may be targeting the infamous U.S.S. Enterprise, and the entire Enterprise legacy.
- "The Aftermath": Walker and Nereda discuss the recent disruption of the Temporal Accords ceremony. They speculate that Noye has joined forces with a group of Na'kuhl led by Vosk, as well as the Sphere Builders. They agree that they should contact Daniels, who has experience with both Vosk and the Sphere builders, for assistance.
- "Diplomatic Fallout:"Walker and Nereda meet with Commander Drij, an Orion operative of the KDF Special Security Division at New Khitomer. Drij is an expert on the Na'kuhl, having spent two years participating in an undercover mission infiltrating their Seven Families, a criminal organization. While Drij does not believe the Seven Families to be directly involved in the New Khitomer attack, she hypothesizes that Vosk is receiving financial support from them. She further suggests that elements of the Na'kuhl and Krenim are working together out of mutual interest, though their alliance seems unstable. Drij reports a rumor that Vosk's forces operate from a well-hidden space station - possibly one which exists outside the timeline.
- "Once Per Year": Captain Walker views a hologram sent to him by Commander Nereda as a birthday gift: a documentary featuring a distant ancestor, John Williams Walker. Unexpectedly, Walker sees a Na'kuhl agent in the recording. He shows his finding to Nereda, and they realize that the Na'kuhl have been sending temporal agents to disrupt Walker's ancestral timeline. Walker orders Nereda to expand their search parameters to include Earth's history of monsters and supernatural folklore in hopes of finding Na'kuhl agents. Walker also orders Nereda to prepare to assume command of the Pastak in the event that the Na'kuhl succeed in tampering with Walker's history.
- "The Demon of Whitechapel": * Ensign Jacob Black, under the orders of Captain Walker, visits London in 1888. There are concerns that the Redjac entity, also known as Jack the Ripper, was under Na'kuhl control. Ensign Black is attacked and possessed by the entity, which then kills its Na'kuhl "handler." Black is captured and returned to the Pastak, but cannot be separated from Redjac. Regretfully, Walker informs Nereda that they must exile Ensign Black to a planet consistent with historical records regarding Redjac's movements, in order to preserve the known timeline.
- "Repeat Performance": Nereda and Drij visit Deep Space Nine in the 24th Century. They confront a Human named Borucki under the auspices of a Cardassian Legate and Orion civilian, respectively. With the assistance of Elim Garak, Drij is able to pick Borucki's pocket during a staged interrogation, retrieving a bomb Borucki was unwittingly carrying for Arne Darvin, which would have destroyed all of the Bajoran Orbs, with the exception of the Orb of Time, which was in Darvin's possession. After the pair return to New Khitomer, Garak, who recognized Nereda from a years-earlier encounter, takes the opportunity afforded by the encounter to steal Nereda's mission recorder, and begins to download its contents.
- "My Own Worst Enemy": Captain Walker and Commander Nereda observe a holodeck recreation of their Mirror Universe counterparts, of the I.S.S. Pastak, wreaking havoc on the timeline, including destroying the U.S.S. Enterprise and destroying Qo'noS. While these plots have already been foiled, Command wants Walker and Nereda to be acutely aware of the dangers posed by temporal agents from the Mirror Universe.
- "Aftershocks": In the Mirror Universe, Captain Nereda commands the I.S.S. Pastak. The Pastak, along with the Tempus and Poh, is ordered by the Emperor to relieve Admiral Leeta of command of the I.S.S. Enterprise. However, Leeta is able to transmit a secret code which disables the vessels and allows the Enterprise to destroy the Pastak, after which the other vessels pledge their loyalty to Leeta.
- "Tales of K-13 Part 4!": * Nereda and Drij arrive on Draconis III shortly after the Protomatter explosion which eradicated all life on the planet's surface. They find the shuttlecraft Sacagawea, which had been used used by the survivors of K-13 in 1571. It contains log entries detailing the lives of Nichols, Sheridan, and T'Von on the surface. After learning the fates of the officers, Nereda and Drij vow to notify their familes of their fate.
- "Ripples": Aboard the Pastak, Nereda and Lieutenant Ayobami Ibori summon Captain Walker from his ready room. They have identified an example of a unique type of temporal anomaly - one which creates two separate "blips" in the fabric of time, at different points. However, they are unable to find the secondary anomaly. Concerned, they call Daniels for a consult. Daniels assures them that he will find the secondary anomaly with the assistance of a certain captain, whereupon they can integrate the two anomalies to stabilize the timeline. Daniels asks Walker to take the Pastak to make contact with the primary anomaly - Admiral T'nae.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Unlike nearly all other Cardassian NPCs in game, Nereda's character model had no noticeable overhaul with the release of Victory is Life.