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The Four Years War!
into a flourishing full-scale city.
And the fact that the humans could
lead the formation of the Federation
nothing short of extraordinary.
different to the Klingon Empire.
Growing tired of diplomacy, the high-chancellor proclaims:
meant that the job of preventing war and
leading the peace delegations, fell to Vulcan.
Regrettably, we failed.
Archanis is reduced to rubble.
Thousands of its inhabitants are dead.
Countless more are missing.
known as, "The Four Years War."
with the Klingon people, at some point,
was obvious, to most of the members of Starfleet.
Klingons were certain that they could
merely take anything they wanted.
dissuade them of that notion.
Koriana VI, Vesta, Archanis,
just to slow them down, while we fell back.
Unfortunately, the Klingons were unconvinced
left us little room to negotiate.
were doing, that impressed the Klingons, was...
the architect of the invasions,
"Kharn , the undying" is what they called him.
Vulcan intelligence is, if I may say, unparalleled, but...
even for us, he was a mystery!
formed, many on the high council,
thought it is a mere political alliance.
Starfleet was never seen as
Certainly not one that would
impede the growth of the empire.
is a monument to the art of war.
The early campaigns. Yes, the
Klingons were toying with us.
The epitome of their...
arrogance, occurred during
The Inverness system, as you call it,
was our first objective.
Inverness, five planets, all colonized.
planets, of the Inverness system.
merely a source of dilithium.
God damn Inverness V.
What a mess!
It was the first time they used it on us.
It was an old Klingon tactic.
They had a word, natlhchu'wI'.
It means, "The Devourer!"
Day after day,
it was the same thing.
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"Prelude to Axanar" Scripts.com. STANDS4 LLC, 2022. Web. 25 Sep. 2022. <https://www.scripts.com/script/prelude_to_axanar_16169>.