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The USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D is trying to recover Counselor Troi, and the Pilot of the disabled shuttlecraft. Tragically, because of the sadistic,and cruel nature of the 'Skin of Evil' Armus, the Enterprises Security Chief Tasha Yar lost her life in a most cruel and dishonorable fashion. Armus just sucked the life out of her. Realizing that sadistic pleasures are all that Armus desires, Picard begins to take a new tactic, but almost losing his Number 1, when Armus raises the stakes of the encounter by absorbing Riker into him. Riker is released, but Armus is not satisfied. Being that he is literally the 'Skin of Evil' of his civilization, a race of aliens that shed their evil, and sadistic tendencies. Thus Armus was spawned. Aware of this sadistic, and horrifying streak in Armus, and aware that when incensed, Armus was vulnerable to suggestion.
Eventually, the Enterprise prevailed. The shuttlecraft was destroyed from Orbit to ensure that the malevolent Armus could not leave planetside. In addition, Captain Picard established a beacon outpost, warning all vessels away from Vagra II.
- Armus • Bennett • Beverly Crusher • Wesley Crusher • Data • Geordi La Forge • Leland T. Lynch • Jean-Luc Picard • Ben Prieto • William T. Riker • Deanna Troi • Darien Walllace • Worf, son of Mogh • Natasha Yar • Youngblood
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- Turkana IV
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- probes • warp drive • communicator • phaser • neural stimulator • library computer • flight control computer • engine core • impulse engine • VISOR • computer
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- captain's log • stardate • dilithium crystal • light-year • martial arts • Mishiama wrist-lock and break • viewscreen • onboard systems failure • planet • gravity • matter-antimatter injector • reactant • lifeform • orbit • away team • Tin man • humanoid • universe • neuron • direct reticular stimulation • microvolt • life sign • force field • meter • robot • poet
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