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Summary: All the Corry-centric stuff that doesn't quite fit, tonally or thematically, with the Arc of the Wolf.
Parent Series: None
Categories: Original Series
Characters: Corrigan, Andrew (Corry), Scott, Montgomery (Scotty)
Genre: None
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Open: Closed [Report This]
Summary: 900 years after the Dominion War, demi-Prophet Benjamin Sisko calls upon Miro Dax, Kira Eeris, and Odo to stop the Romulan Empress Viresa, the Dominion, and even the Borg from reducing the galaxy to a smoking cinder. There's just one problem—these three would-be heroes can't even get along with one another.

Planned Titles:
Keep in mind that all titles and premises are tentative.
#4 Battle Stations
Eeris returns to Bajor to avert a Cardassian occupation, but soon finds herself saddled with more responsibility than she ever bargained for. Meanwhile, the Dominion enters negotiations with the Romulans and gears up for war.
#5 Downfall
Summoned by a desperate Starfleet, Miro helps the Federation fend off the joint Dominion-Romulan forces in an attack that drives him to question his vigilante lifestyle. On Bajor, Odo and Eeris try to rebuild—both Bajor and their friendship.
#6 Salvage
On a mission to establish contact with the disabled Enterprise-L, Miro is confronted with the painful truth of his past and Odo begins to wonder if he is truly wanted in the Alpha Quadrant. On Bajor, Eeris takes a risk to put her planet back on the political map.
#7 Resurrection
When Odo finds a way to restore the Prophets to the Celestial Temple and begin to redeem himself for letting Nerys's gods die, the consequences for the galaxy are disastrous.
#8 Whirlwind
As the Federation, now controlled by the ambitious Section 31, fights Bajor tooth and nail for power, Miro and Eeris struggle to make sense of their evolving relationship.
#9 Vendetta
Naral Prallax finds the perfect way to stop Miro from risking his life for the galaxy: to exploit his fear of losing Eeris. After all, he'll most certainly choose her over galactic peace…won't he?
#10 Assimilation
The Borg are back. Beaten to the quick in the aftermath of Voyager, they are few and desperate, making them more dangerous than ever…thus plunging the Alpha Quadrant into its darkest hour.
#11 Precipice
When a new virus threatens the Great Link, Miro, Eeris, and Odo will stop at nothing to prevent genocide…but will that mean losing the war?
#12 Gunpoint
In order to conquer Viresa and her Dominion allies, Miro must face centuries-old fears, Odo must make an impossible choice, and Eeris must be her people's rock even through a crisis of faith.
#13 Aftermath
Miro, Eeris, and Odo must help the Alpha Quadrant rebuild in the aftermath of the war. But it's all too easy for duty to stand in the way of healing.
Parent Series: None
Categories: Deep Space Nine, Expanded Universes
Characters: Dax, Miro, Kira, Edoli, Kira, Eeris, Kira, Jayde, Kirel, Eella, Odo, Prallax, Naral, Sisko, Benjamin, Viresa
Genre: Action/Adventure, Angst, Family, Friendship, Romance
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Open: Closed [Report This]
Summary: The USS Areus has had a storied past. A Centaur-class vessel hodge-podged together from random components during the Dominion War, she has managed to thrive despite her ignoble origins. Now, the year is 2388, and
Parent Series: Task Force 89
Categories: Expanded Universes
Characters: None
Genre: Action/Adventure, Angst, Family, Friendship, Romance
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Open: Closed [Report This]
Summary: The year is 2388, and people have finally begun to relax. With many Alpha Quadrant factions still struggling to recover from the losses they incurred during the Dominion War, Starfleet has decided to focus on its original purpose: exploration. A task fleet has been assembled, which aims to utilize technology captured from the Dominion to create a temporary wormhole to parts of the Alpha Quadrant that were previously unexplored. The smallest vessel is USS Impetuous, a Sabre-class vessel Captained by the disgraced joined Trill, Etaera Lin.
Parent Series: Task Force 89
Categories: Expanded Universes
Characters: Ensemble Cast - Multiple
Genre: Action/Adventure, Drama, Friendship, General
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Open: Closed [Report This]
Summary: The year is 2408. Starfleet's most recently commissioned Sovereign-class vessel, the USS Talon, NCC 75861, had been sent into the Gamma Quadrant to carry out Starfleet's most exciting orders: to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no-one has gone before. However, that all changed after a startling revelation. With the Cardassian and Klingon Empires in turmoil, the Talon’s original mission has been scrapped, and now the Talon’s crew endeavors to gain a foothold in the Gamma Quadrant for colonization, all the while watching for trouble from their foes. rnrnThe Talon is based out of Starbase Gamma Etimon, a state-of-the-art station orbiting the idyllic Federation member world, Etimon. Standing as the Federation’s most remote outpost, Starbase Gamma Etimon is tasked with defending Federation space and values, and aiding the people of Etimon as they work to recover from war.
Parent Series: None
Categories: Expanded Universes
Characters: None
Genre: Drama
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Open: Closed [Report This]
Summary: Set in the universe of the Pocket Books novels (although I pick and choose what parts of that "canon" to accept, as Pocket Book novels can contradict regular canon or each other... or just sound really stupid), beginning with the ending of Peter David's "Before Dishonor", and containing serious spoilers for that book. Kathryn Janeway's adventures in the Q Continuum.
Parent Series: None
Categories: Expanded Universes, Voyager
Characters: Janeway, Kathryn, Lady Q, Q
Genre: General
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Open: Closed [Report This]
Summary:

The relationship and dating exploits of Paul Bearrian and Seven of Nine, from beginning.


Parent Series: None
Categories: Voyager, Expanded Universes
Characters: Paris, Tom, Seven of Nine
Genre: Drama, Friendship, Romance
Warnings: Adult Language
Challenges: None
Open: Closed [Report This]
Summary:

Stardate 44000.4:  The Federation starship USS Enterprise, under the command of Captain William T. Riker, failed to recover Captain Picard and destroy the Borg cube.  Instead, the cube assimilated Earth, turning Sector 001 into another Borg colony world.

With the seat of the Federation now in ruin, the rest of the Federation members moved quickly, calling out to every neighboring race, asking for assistance.  The next target on the Borg's agenda was Vulcan, and while Starfleet did it's best to fend off the incoming cube, it was the Klingon High Council which acted to save the lives of over a billion Vulcan citizens, by evacuating them from their homes.

After the assimilation of Vulcan, it was clear that each of the Federation member worlds could easily be their next target.  It was then that K'mpec came forward with the might of the Klingon Empire and took the reins of the remaining mobile forces, including Starfleet (what was left of it).  The surviving members of the makeshift Federation Council voted unanimously to accept the Empire's leadership, by forming a new body of government: the Galaxy Alliance.


Parent Series: None
Categories: Alternate Universes
Characters: None
Genre: None
Warnings: Adult Language, Adult Situations, Character Death, Violence
Challenges: None
Open: Moderated [Report This]