My Star Trek Online had crashed :( and I'm waiting for the scan files to end, so...
Yesterday, contemplating a prompt, which I found by accident and decided to fill that came to my mind:
Star Trek 2009/Doom crossover
Characters: Bones, Pike, random red-shirt, um...
DISCLAIMER: I don't own Star Trek, Doom and it's characters.
“Doctor McCoy! Doctor McCoy!” some random red-shirt was chasing after CMO of Enterprise.
“What?” McCoy growled in annoyance. He was working for the last three and a half days straight to patch up and keep alive all the victims of the surprise attack on the Enterprise. Fortunately Jim Kirk, Spock and other members of the command staff didn't count among them. What a miracle. The ship returned to Earth as fast as possible and all the injured were transported to hospital and medical department finally could take some time off. But not McCoy, apparently.
“There was an accident with the transporter and Admiral Pike requested your presence,” the red-shirt ended the sentence to an empty air as McCoy took off to the transporter room at the word 'accident'.
Nothing could prepare McCoy for what greeted him there.
Two boys and a girl, about ten years old, were running around, chasing each other. Another boy, Vulcan, stood on the side, looking uncertain. And another little boy was crying so loudly, that McCoy immediately got a headache, super healing or not.
“Ah, there you are,” Pike looked relieved to see the Doctor.
“What's going on?” McCoy asked.
“As you can see,” the Admiral gestured at the kids. “Command officers of the Enterprise were turned to children. Some glitch in the transporter. Mr. Scott is checking what went wrong.” Pike smirked, “Since nobody is available and have any idea how to deal with children you're going to keep an eye on them until the problem is solved.”
“WHAT?!” McCoy yelled, causing all the children to freeze and look at him. Even the crying stopped.
The Admiral grinned, “Now, that you're listening, this is Doctor McCoy. You will be staying with him for a while.” McCoy let out strangled sound and Pike's grin widened. “Mr. Scott said it may take a few days. It's a good thing you don't need to sleep that much, McCoy,” Pike slapped his arm on the way out. “Have fun.”