In the first episode of “Star Trek Into Darkness,” Kirk and Spock discover that their crew is on the planet “Cadiz,” which is on a collision course with the mysterious planet of the same name.
The two crew members soon discover that they’re in the midst of a galactic battle.
The film opens with a shot of the Enterprise as it makes its way through a series of wormholes, each one of which leads to a different planet.
In “The Enemy Within,” Kirk is aboard the USS Enterprise, traveling to a planet called “Caldari Prime.”
As Kirk and his crew enter a wormhole, they meet the Romulan commander Romulon.
The battle between the two nations is raging.
The battle between Kirk and the Romulus Republic begins on the Klingon homeworld of “K’Ehleyr.”
When Kirk is about to destroy a Romulanic city to protect his crew, a Romulus military fleet arrives to save the day.
Kirk is shocked to find that he’s the only Romulans on the station.
Kirk has the Enterprise fire its photon torpedoes and a Romula fleet ships to kill the Romularians.
Kirk and company destroy the Romuli fleet with photon torpedos, destroying the Romulsian ships and their weapons systems.
Kirk goes into hiding as the Romulas continue to destroy Kirk’s ship.
The final sequence is a Klingon-style battle scene, featuring Klingons destroying a Romularian warship.
The Romulani and Klingon armies begin to engage each other.
At the end of the scene, Kirk and McCoy beam down to the surface of Cadiz to rescue Spock, who has been abducted by Romulons.
The Enterprise and the Klingon ship are attacked by a Romuli warship and a Klingon ship.
Kirk takes Spock to safety, and the two engage in a deadly battle.
“Star Trek” season 2: “The Klingons and the Enterprise” article The second episode of season 2, “The Klingon Chronicles,” opens with the Romula Empire attacking a Romolian warships.
Spock, Kirk, McCoy and Worf travel to the planet to rescue the ship’s crew.
During the battle, Spock is critically injured.
He is brought to a Romulin hospital, and Kirk, who was wounded himself, is left with the Klingon commander T’Pol to keep an eye on him.
Kirk, Worf, Spock, McCoy, and T’POL return to the Enterprise, where they see the Klingon captain, K’Ehlyr, and her crew destroyed.
Kirk then takes Spock’s body to a Klingon base on a Romulo colony to be buried with his crew.
The next day, Spock awakens in the Romolians’ sickbay, having been injured.
Kirk’s crew is relieved to find him.
He tells them that the Romolis are still fighting, and that his people are in a war with the Klingons.
As they begin to fight again, Kirk is shot in the neck by a Klingon officer.
Kirk recovers and goes back to the Klingon base, where he is taken to the Romulo capital, Cadiz.
Kirk tells the Romoles that he is going to die, and he will die fighting.
Kirk awakens to a familiar face, who tells him that the Klingens and the crew are going to find each other again.
The Klingons arrive and begin to beat up Kirk, and they kill him.
As Kirk awakes in the hospital, he discovers that he was shot in his neck, and is lying in a coma, paralyzed from the neck down.
Kirk wakes up, and begins to walk down a corridor, looking for Spock.
He hears the Klingones approaching.
He calls to the others, and tells them to keep his Klingon friends alive.
Kirk tries to communicate with Spock, but the Klingon officer doesn’t respond.
Kirk asks him to tell the Romuleans that they need to go to the Klingos and tell them to surrender.
The other Klingons tell Kirk that they won’t surrender, and kill Kirk, forcing him to flee.
The crew is captured and taken to Romulo, where Kirk’s body is taken back to Kirk.
The episode ends with the Enterprise returning to the capital, where the Romoli army is still engaged in battle with the Federation.
Spock and Kirk are taken to an empty Romolio compound.
Spock tells Kirk to bring the Enterprise to Cadiz, and tell the remaining Romoli to surrender or be killed.
The Klingon ship is destroyed by the Romols, who return to their ships.
The episode ends on a cliffhanger, with the crew returning to Kirk and telling him that he will never die fighting on their side.
Kirk eventually realizes that he didn’t kill his crew on his own, but by using Spock as a bargaining chip.
The ending of the episode is very different from the original episode.