February 8, 2012 in The Original Series
A small landing party comes under attack from an unknown villain, and must chase it down. The hunt is interrupted by a superior being who demands that the conflict be limited to, and resolved by, a fight to the death between the person in charge on both sides. Who, oh who, will prevail?
February 1, 2012 in The Original Series
The Enterprise encounters an omnipotent being, and with her crew becoming its playthings, Kirk and the gang must escape. Oh, but will they?
January 11, 2012 in The Original Series
The Enterprise finds a nice little planet and frankly they’ve been working hard out there in space. Kirk decides it’s time to give the crew some time off, but odd events on the surface make that difficult. Why can’t these guys catch a break?
December 16, 2011 in The Original Series
The crew of the Enterprise encounters a mysterious cube which they must destroy before it destroys them. The owner of that cube tracks down the ship and captures it; he will destroy our heroes for their malice. Kirk must convince the captor not to destroy them, to give him a chance to escape. Oh I do hope for a surprise!
November 28, 2011 in The Original Series
A teenage crash survivor beams aboard the Enterprise from another ship to travel back to his home. He has difficulty in social settings, and uses strange powers to ease his woes. Things begin to go wrong on the Enterprise. Surprise! Read on…
November 21, 2011 in The Original Series
Pike and crew track a distress signal to a planet known as Talos 4. They find an old crew and a beautiful woman (surprise) living on the surface, awaiting rescue for 18 years – but they turn out to be an illusion. Pike is captured and caged underground by a telepathic race who have set him up with the beauty to make some babies. Only through sheer force of will is Pike able to resist; by focusing all of his energy on raw hatred, he is able to block out the Talosians’ mind-reading abilities. His constant and total refusal to comply helps to convince his captors that humans are too willful to serve them, and that said captors as a race must fall to extinction: after having given up on real life in favor of enjoying their power of illusion, they cannot remember how to maintain their technologies, and they’re all apparently already dying. Read on