As Calek fires on the leading Commune Battlecruiser, disabling most of its primary systems, I fly in behind him, "above" the ship. Beside me, I see Calek's Void Ray being driven off by an Interceptor squadron, and I reallocate most of my shields to protect me from their beams. As he pulls away, I fire a pair of missiles into the remains of the bridge, fully disabling the ship.
The space station floats behind the ruined Battlecruiser, a silent, dark shape against the stars. I slow my forward momentum by about 35%, and accelerate to the "left", putting me on an attack approach with the first stationary turret. The turret begins to fire its missiles at me, and I move most of my shielding to compensate. I fire both Particle Beams at the turret, melting a corner of it, before firing a pair of missiles inside the hole, obliterating the turret and sending pieces of potentially lethal debris flying outwards.
As I decelerate and turn more to prevent myself from crashing into the space station, I see a bright blue glow from the "right", getting steadily brighter by the second.
I wake up, the ship drifting toward the space station. There is a brief glow overhead as a missile from one of the turrets -or maybe a Battlecruiser- flies over the cockpit window. I have a slight electric buzz going through my entire body. A Tempest. I must have forgotten to change my shielding as I pulled away, and been hit by a shot from a Tempest on one of the less shielded sides.
I reorient myself, and then reconnect myself to the ship. It was rather lucky that the ship hadn't been smashed against the side of the station when I was disabled, I suppose. Still, with my shields completely gone now, I can't afford to take any more hits, from nearly anything. I still have the same trajectory towards the station, and I continue on it, turning "down" and "left" a bit, angling towards one of the docking bays on the station. There is a slight, blue tinted shimmer over the bay; a force field. I melt the edge of the bay's opening to slag with my Particle Beams, destroying the field emitters, as I decelerate sharply and land in the bay.
OOC: Ah goodness, that took forever to type.