Valjean’s Kobayashi Maru: goes alone into Klingon territory in a small shuttlecraft in order to rescue as many survivors as possible. Informs his crew that, should he be captured, they are to disavow him and mount no rescues. Halfway there shuttlecraft gets englobed by Klingon destroyers. Crew ignores his orders and comes to rescue him. Everybody dies. War with Klingons starts. Admiral Myriel asks him what he thinks he did wrong. “I shouldn’t trusted that my crew would leave me to die; I know it goes against Starfleet tradition.” Myriel buries his head in his hands.
Fantine’s Kobayashi Maru: orders saucer separation, with a handpicked volunteer-only crew to come with her in the nacelle section on rescue mission. Survives surprisingly long because so few cadets use saucer separation that the simulator isn’t as good at compensating for the increased maneuverability, and Fantine is really good at finding ways to prolong a no-win situation. Still, everybody in nacelle section dies. War starts. Gets second highest marks in her class and gets into Admiral Simplice’s special command seminar.
Javert’s Kobayashi Maru: Contacts nearest Klingon authorities to inform them that a Federation ship seems to have trespassed on their territory and is in some distress. Tells them the Federation would be much obliged if they tried to save civilian lives, and might even be willing to arrange a prisoner exchange. Which the Klingons should take them up on, since the Federation has something of an embarrassment of Klingon POWs at the moment, what with how they’ve won every war the Klingons have ever started. Continues on scheduled patrol. Within ten minutes angry Klingons and blow his ship to smithereens. Everybody dies. War starts. When asked what he did wrong, says “I suppose taunting them was below my dignity as a starship captain.” Admiral Chabouillet buries his head in his hands.