Shortly after arriving on the Stargazer, Greyhorse began a romantic relationship with Lieutenant Gerda Asmund. Gerda had been raised by Klingons, and Greyhorse was unable to attract her interest at first. When his persistance caused her to strike him, Greyhorse fought back, earning Gerda's respect.
Greyhorse's relationship with Gerda lasted for 18 years. In all of that time, they did not reveal the nature of their relationship to anyone on the ship, including Gerda's twin, Idun.
In late 2350, Gerda was no longer able to suppress her Klingon nature, and attempted to assassinate her crewmate, Morgen, the heir to the throne of Daa'V. The Daa'vit and the Klingon Empire were enemies of long standing and Gerda claimed Klingon bloodright.
After her unsuccessful assassination attempt, Gerda attempted suicide by poison, according to Klingon tradition. Greyhorse was forced to save Gerda's life, and Gerda never forgave him for it.
Gerda was tried and found guilty of attempted murder. She served her time and was eventually released. Greyhorse attempted to contact her several times to renew their relationship, but Gerda was no longer interested. Shortly after being released, Gerda was killed in a shuttle accident.
The Fall of Carter GreyhorseEdit
Greyhorse never got over the death of Gerda, and began plotting his revenge on those that he believed abandoned her.
In 2367, Greyhorse was onboard the USS Enterprise-D, en route to Morgen's coronation, when he attempted his revenge. He made attempts on the lives of Morgen, Captain Gilaad Ben Zoma, and Commander Tricia Cadwallader, while planting evidence intended to frame Idun.
In 2379, Greyhorse was serving his sentence in a Federaton rehabilitation facility in New Zealand when he was recruited to assist Captain Picard in a rescue effort of Dr. Beverly Crusher, who was listed as 'missing, presumed dead' in Romulan space. (Star Trek: Stargazer series, TNG novels: Reunion, Death in Winter)
- Special thanks to Michael Schuster, who provided the drawing and maintains an informative and detailed Stargazer website. Michael is also co-author of the SCE eBook, The Future Begins.
|USS Stargazer (NCC-2893)||Ang • G. Asmund • I. Asmund • G. Ben Zoma • E. Bender • J. Caber • T. Cadwallader • A. Carriello • J. Crusher • Durand • S. Grace • C. Greyhorse • Hanta • Iulus • Jiterica • P. Joseph • N. Kastiigan • Ki'hiut • C. Kochman • Kotsakos • S. Leach • Lisuni • I. Maisel • Merritt • Morgen • A. Nikolas • Obal • C. Paris • Pfeffer • J.L. Picard • Pierzynski • B. Refsland • D. Ruhalter • Satran • C. Schuster • P. Simenon • Stroman • Suranyi • T'Moni • D. Ulelo • Urajel • J. Valderrama • Vandermeer • Vigo • H. Werber • E. Wu • Yojaleya|
|USS Stargazer (NCC-2893-A)||Hendry • Rackham|
|ISS Stargazer||Jean-Luc Picard • Jack Crusher|
|Terran Rebellion starship Stargazer||Gerda Idun Asmund • Gilaad Ben Zoma • Andreas Nikolas • Phigus Simenon • Montgomery Scott|