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  • Chakotay could find no sign of a warp-core breach.

    String Theory, Book 3: Evolution

  • Even the warp-core ejection system was disabled, or else they could save the Enterprise by dispatching the core.

    Genesis Force

  • The chance to work on incredible new systems, maybe help develop the next warp-core advancement, or on a special-projects team like the Starfleet Corps of Engineers.

    No Limits

  • It might smoke all of our systems, and that could just shut us down, or it might force us into a warp-core breach.

    Miracle Workers

  • It might smoke all of our systems, and that could just shut us down, or it might force us into a warp-core breach.

    Miracle Workers

  • It might smoke all of our systems, and that could just shut us down, or it might force us into a warp-core breach.

    Miracle Workers

  • If I give in to it, then I will be uncontrollable in all my subsequent urges, devour all chocolate in sight, and blow up faster than a ship with a warp-core breach.

    The Captain's Daughter

  • If I give in to it, then I will be uncontrollable in all my subsequent urges, devour all chocolate in sight, and blow up faster than a ship with a warp-core breach.

    The Captain's Daughter

  • If I give in to it, then I will be uncontrollable in all my subsequent urges, devour all chocolate in sight, and blow up faster than a ship with a warp-core breach.

    The Captain's Daughter

  • Under controlled circumstances, this power is used to drive a starship, but a warp-core meltdown can result in total destruction.

    Antimatter

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