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View Poll Results: Which direction should Trek take from here?
Rehash old stories and characters bringing them into the new timeline? 1 2.27%
Boldly go where no man has gone before with all new stories and adventures? 24 54.55%
Do new stories, while retelling specific Prime events in this timeline too? 19 43.18%
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Where should new story lines go.

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This is a blank slate my friends. No one ever needs to see anything Trek has done before because that was another universe in another time.
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This is a blank slate my friends. No one ever needs to see anything Trek has done before because that was another universe in another time.
Here here.
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No, it's a mirror universe, so things should be mirrored.
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STAR TREK: THE FALL OF THE FEDERATION

Part I.

On a brief personal leave, Spock journeys to the remnants of Vulcan, where he psychically assumes contact with his mother, Amanda. Slowly, he realizes that the destruction of Vulcan was an illusion -- a mere interdimensional artifact created by the displacement of Vulcan behind a supernatural cloak.

Ever-logical, Spock refuses to believe this, until he finds himself transported back to Vulcan, where he meets his mother, who is still alive.

Meanwhile, on Starbase 12, Kirk is concerned when Spock fails to report for duty. Kirk successfully lobbies for a mission to follow Spock's path, but the Enterprise arrives at the Vulcan system, Spock is nowhere to be found.

On Vulcan, Amanda explains to Spock that he is caught between dimensions, that he can choose to remain on Vulcan with her, or return to his own dimension. Spock cannot decide.

On board the Enterprise, Uhura tells Kirk that he must focus his energies on finding Spock, but Kirk suddenly decides to call off the search, as the Enterprise has detected no sign of Spock within five parsecs. As the Enterprise leaves, Uhura hijacks a shuttle to continue the search. Kirk inexplicably lets her go, as Bones becomes suspicous of Kirk's behavior.

Starfleet orders Kirk back to Starbase to await further instructions, but Kirk disobeys, and heads to the Andorian system instead. Bones now attempts to relieve Kirk of command, but Kirk pre-emptively relieves Bones of duty on trumped-up medical charges. Powerless to stop him, Sulu and Chekov become pawns in Kirk's bizarre plan.

Spock meditates on his own future, thinking that there must be a way to be in the presence of his mother and yet return to his path in life at the same time.

(To be continued in Part II.)
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STAR TREK: THE FALL OF THE FEDERATION

Part I.

On a brief personal leave, Spock journeys to the remnants of Vulcan, where he psychically assumes contact with his mother, Amanda. Slowly, he realizes that the destruction of Vulcan was an illusion -- a mere interdimensional artifact created by the displacement of Vulcan behind a supernatural cloak.

Ever-logical, Spock refuses to believe this, until he finds himself transported back to Vulcan, where he meets his mother, who is still alive.

Meanwhile, on Starbase 12, Kirk is concerned when Spock fails to report for duty. Kirk successfully lobbies for a mission to follow Spock's path, but the Enterprise arrives at the Vulcan system, Spock is nowhere to be found.

On Vulcan, Amanda explains to Spock that he is caught between dimensions, that he can choose to remain on Vulcan with her, or return to his own dimension. Spock cannot decide.

On board the Enterprise, Uhura tells Kirk that he must focus his energies on finding Spock, but Kirk suddenly decides to call off the search, as the Enterprise has detected no sign of Spock within five parsecs. As the Enterprise leaves, Uhura hijacks a shuttle to continue the search. Kirk inexplicably lets her go, as Bones becomes suspicous of Kirk's behavior.

Starfleet orders Kirk back to Starbase to await further instructions, but Kirk disobeys, and heads to the Andorian system instead. Bones now attempts to relieve Kirk of command, but Kirk pre-emptively relieves Bones of duty on trumped-up medical charges. Powerless to stop him, Sulu and Chekov become pawns in Kirk's bizarre plan.

Spock meditates on his own future, thinking that there must be a way to be in the presence of his mother and yet return to his path in life at the same time.

(To be continued in Part II.)
Just what the hell do you do with your time???
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Just what the hell do you do with your time???
Think up new ideas for Trek.
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All the better -- it gives me more freedom. The second part of my story involves Jar Jar Binks, by the way.

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