Down Below II

Darwyn Carson as
"The Romulan Tal'Shiar Operative"
Marva Hicks as Dr. T'Nera 
Minister Kijar of
the Romulan Finance Ministry
Kimber Lee Renay
as Sikanna


Down Below

Previously, on Star Trek: The Next Generation....

And now, the continuation....


In the Searing Light of Dawn IV

Darwyn Carson as
"The Romulan Tal'Shiar Operative"
"What do you mean she won't be dealt with?"

Subcommander T'Sanne faced off with Commander N'Hara, her red-lipped superior who casually lounged behind her desk in an office far too big and opulent for a Romulan operative.  N'Hara barely seemed to acknowledge that fact that the typically calm and neutral T'Sanne was wild-eyed and fuming.  By now she was probably used to furious Subcommanders storming into her office, demanding someone's head.


In the Searing Light of Dawn III

A/N ~ Life really is wonderful when you're not battling writer's block.

Darwyn Carson as
"The Romulan Tal'Shiar Operative"
By 1200, T'Sanne was back on her ship, the Imator. It was the same shape and size as Vreenak's shuttle, which came as no surprise since it was on loan from Senator T'Kora. It was also no surprise that as soon T'Sanne entered her quarters on the ship, T'Kora's face popped up on the computer console by her replicator.  The woman had personally assigned her to this task and was determined to keep T'Sanne on her toes.

Though she really wanted to get some sleep, T'Sanne knew better than to blow off the Senator.

In the Searing Light of Dawn II

Darwyn Carson as
"The Romulan Tal'Shiar Operative"
T'Sanne finally fell asleep some time around 0630 hours, station time.  She dreamt of standing in the halls of Central Command of Cardassian Prime.  Most of the lights had burned out while the others flickered, half the building was destroyed, and an entire contingent of Cardassians lay dead at her feel, soaking up her shoes with their blood.  She could smell or taste anything; she moved with uncertain sluggishness of the dream state, wondering why she was even seeing this.

Not that she was particularly bothered by the sight of all the bodies.  During her short tenure with the Tal'Shiar, she'd seen much worse.  She paused, mulling over the bizarre vision, when a cold metallic voice called her from her deep slumber.

In the Searing Light of Dawn

Previously, on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine....

And now, the continuation....