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In an effort to gain access to a [[starship]], Sybok subsequently kidnapped three [[ambassador]]s to Nimbus III – [[St. John Talbot]] of the [[Federation]], [[General]] [[Korrd]] of the [[Klingon Empire]], and [[Caithlin Dar]] of the [[Romulan Star Empire]] – and successfully manipulated them into joining him. This eventually led to a failed rescue attempt by the crew of the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-A|-A}}, wherein Sybok was reunited with his brother, Spock. Commandeering the ''Enterprise'', Sybok had the crew set a course for the center of the [[Milky Way Galaxy|galaxy]], where he believed Sha Ka Ree existed, beyond the [[Great Barrier]].
 
In an effort to gain access to a [[starship]], Sybok subsequently kidnapped three [[ambassador]]s to Nimbus III – [[St. John Talbot]] of the [[Federation]], [[General]] [[Korrd]] of the [[Klingon Empire]], and [[Caithlin Dar]] of the [[Romulan Star Empire]] – and successfully manipulated them into joining him. This eventually led to a failed rescue attempt by the crew of the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-A|-A}}, wherein Sybok was reunited with his brother, Spock. Commandeering the ''Enterprise'', Sybok had the crew set a course for the center of the [[Milky Way Galaxy|galaxy]], where he believed Sha Ka Ree existed, beyond the [[Great Barrier]].
   
Although {{Captain}} [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]] insisted that the ''Enterprise'' would be destroyed attempting to penetrate the Barrier, Sybok was eventually vindicated when the ship was able to do so without incident, and discovered a planet on the other side. Traveling to the surface with Kirk, Spock, and [[Doctor]] [[Leonard McCoy]], Sybok was eventually confronted with the fact that the being which had given him his visions was not, in fact, God, but rather {{dis|God|Sha Ka Ree|a malevolent alien entity}} who had been imprisoned within the Great Barrier, and who had manipulated Sybok into providing him with a starship with which he might escape. Realizing that he had made a terrible mistake, Sybok confronted this being, sacrificing his own life to save the crew of the ''Enterprise''. ({{film|5}})
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Although {{dis|Captain|rank}} [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]] insisted that the ''Enterprise'' would be destroyed attempting to penetrate the Barrier, Sybok was eventually vindicated when the ship was able to do so without incident, and discovered a planet on the other side. Traveling to the surface with Kirk, Spock, and [[Doctor]] [[Leonard McCoy]], Sybok was eventually confronted with the fact that the being which had given him his visions was not, in fact, God, but rather {{dis|God|Sha Ka Ree|a malevolent alien entity}} who had been imprisoned within the Great Barrier, and who had manipulated Sybok into providing him with a starship with which he might escape. Realizing that he had made a terrible mistake, Sybok confronted this being, sacrificing his own life to save the crew of the ''Enterprise''. ({{film|5}})
   
 
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