Bridge. Digimon orders May-Silent-Speaker to set a course for their Triannon, and after a confirming nod from T'Pol, he does it. Digimon orders T'Pol to release and torpedo his old ship.
In the Stellar Cartography room, Digimon looks at data. Is it too much to ask that their computers be locked out at this point? Maybe they would have been forced at gunpoint to unlock them, though. Still, I think that it's time Malcolm stop fiddling with guns and start thinking about data security. Quantum enters with his Doubting Thomas escort. Digimon explains what his long-term goals are. For the last one hundred years, "a violent group of heretics have tried to undermine [their] way of life," and Digimon plans to use Enterprise to eradicate them all. Quantum realizes that this holy war is what Digimon referred to as a "glorious mission." "I'm trying to save my people," Digimon states. "Why do I have the feeling these heretics would say the same thing?" Quantum asks. "They may very well...but that doesn't change what they are: Enemies of the truth," Digimon says calmly. "Your truth," Quantum clarifies. "There's only one," Digimon agrees. God, I want to SMACK this guy so hard right now! I HATE that kind of intolerant attitude, that in the name of some misguidedly, self-important pious belief that one body of beliefs or ideas is the single most correct way to worship and live these people judge, murder, and destroy. I mean, get OVER yourselves -- in the grand scheme of things you are little tiny ANTS whose won't ever AMOUNT to a hill of BEANS in this crazy world! There I go, mixing metaphors and movies. Maybe I need to calm down. I think all the coffee with Ghirardelli cocoa powder I had this morning is getting to me.
Quantum wants to know how many people Digimon plans to kill with his ship, and Digimon laughs, saying Quantum's species is obsessed with numbers. Buddy? Unless you've been reading up on humans years before you encountered them, how would you even know what the species is obsessed with? Stop making grand, sweeping statements -- it's annoying and it makes me want to kill you. Digimon slags off the human's pursuit of science and then says that it doesn't matter how many heretics die, because when The Makers return, only the faithful will survive. With the same unblinking gaze the actor uses throughout the show to exhibit his fanaticism, Digimon finishes, "Not only Triannons, but all races within the Chosen Realm." "Doctrines like that make it real easy to wipe out everyone who doesn't agree with you," Quantum says. Digimon shows some faux emotion when he admits it's not easy, especially in light of what he has to do next.