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  1. 3 points
    So.... yeah. Thoughts and opinions on the latest developments from there, now that those documents have been released?
  2. 2 points
    Simple put it Harry Kim done more good USS Voyager in the Non Sequitur timeline then he could realistic done in the normal timeline for USS Voyager itself. For the follow reasons first he could push Pathfinder project to early date. Which turn would had USS Voyager have contact with Starfleet early. Which in turn like allow USS Voyager to make faster journey with United Federation of planet map the star system in Delta quadron.
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    Inspired by "The Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator"! Alright, for this... project, what you need are: A coin, a twenty-sided die (1d20), a twelve-sided die (1d12), and two percentile die (1d100). And if you don't have dice like those, just use this handy little thing: https://www.wizards.com/dnd/dice/dice.htm Now, where the fun begins! Step 1: Flip the coin. If heads, your fanfic will be a two-way crossover. If tails, it will be a three-way crossover. Next, roll the percentile die. Each number represents a different series/franchise to use, and here they are: 1 - Star Trek: The Original Series 2 - Star Trek: The Animated Series 3 - Star Trek: The Next Generation 4 - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 5 - Star Trek: Voyager 6 - Star Trek: Enterprise 7 - Star Trek (2009) 8 - Star Trek Online 9 - Star Trek: Discovery 10 - Star Trek: Other 11 - Star Wars: Original Trilogy 12 - Star Wars: Prequel Trilogy 13 - Star Wars: The Clone Wars 14 - Star Wars: Rebels 15 - Star Wars: Sequel Trilogy 16 - Star Wars: Other 17 - Stargate: SG-1 18 - Stargate: Atlantis 19 - Stargate: Universe 20 - Battlestar Galactica (Original) 21 - Battlestar Galactica (Remake) 22 - Doctor Who 23 - Torchwood 24 - Babylon 5 25 - Firefly 26 - Lexx 27 - StarCraft 28 - Warcraft 29 - Diablo 30 - Overwatch 31 - Warhammer Fantasy 32 - Warhammer 40,000 33 - Command & Conquer: Tiberium Series 34 - Command & Conquer: Red Alert Series 35 - Forgotten Realms 36 - Greyhawk 37 - Pirates of the Caribbean 38 - Mass Effect 39 - Halo 40 - Red vs. Blue 41 - RWBY 42 - The Wheel of Time 43 - A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones 44 - Neon Genesis Evangelion 45 - Puella Magi Madoka Magica 46 - Berserk 47 - Slayers 48 - Record of Lodoss War 49 - Outlaw Star 50 - Cowboy Bebop 51 - Tenchi Muyo! 52 - Yu Yu Hakusho 53 - JoJo's Bizarre Adventure 54 - Discworld 55 - Redwall 56 - The Dresden Files 57 - The Land Before Time 58 - The Lion King 59 - The Nightmare Before Christmas 60 - Harry Potter 61 - Transformers (Generation 1) 62 - Transformers (Beast Wars) 63 - DC Animated Universe 64 - Marvel Cinematic Universe 65 - The Simpsons 66 - Family Guy 67 - Futurama 68 - Kill la Kill 69 - Akame ga Kill 70 - Final Fantasy I 71 - Final Fantasy II 72 - Final Fantasy III 73 - Final Fantasy IV 74 - Final Fantasy V 75 - Final Fantasy VI 76 - Final Fantasy VII 77 - Army of Darkness 78 - Ghostbusters 79 - The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy 80 - Ed, Edd, n' Eddy 81 - Codename: Kids Next Door 82 - SpongeBob Squarepants 83 - The View Askewniverse 84 - The Rocky Horror Picture Show 85 - Pokemon 86 - Digimon 87 - The Matrix 88 - Touhou 89 - Lord of the Rings 90 - Starfox 91 - Homestar Runner 92 - Metal Gear Solid 93 - Gundam (Universal Century) 94 - Gundam (After Colony) 95 - Gundam (Future Century) 96 - Gundam (Post Disaster) 97 - Calvin and Hobbes 98 - Bloom County 99 - The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 100 - Blackadder (Note: For those who might otherwise not know, but still have percentile dice, when you add the sum of the dice up, getting all zeroes equals "100".) Now, do this again, until you have either two or three franchises. And if you roll the same number multiple times, just keep re-rolling until you get a different one. Next, Roll 1d12. This will determine the setting of the fanfic! 1 - Space 2 - The Jungle 3 - Generic Fantasy Land 4 - The Beach 5 - Modern Suburbia 6 - The Forest 7 - The Old West 8 - A Bar/Pub 9 - Prison 10 - High School 11 - A Weird Hotel 12 - A Fast Food Restaurant Now that you have your setting, let's see what thing/event is crucial to the storyline! Roll 1d20 to determine the result: 1 - A clogged toilet that needs to be unclogged 2 - Getting snowed in 3 - Applying for a job 4 - Suffering a long car ride 5 - A power outtage 6 - A baseball game 7 - Telemarketers 8 - Website-Designing 9 - Forming a rock band 10 - War breaking out for an inane reason 11 - Clones run amok 12 - Babysitting 13 - Making a movie 14 - Flame wars 15 - Wondering what they did last night 16 - A birthday party 17 - Time-travel 18 - A bizarre trial 19 - Joining a counter-terrorist group 20 - A crappy camping trip So, let's see what my test results are, before I let you lot have a go! Flipped the coin and got: Heads, so a two-way crossover. Rolled 1d100 first time and got: 96, so that's Gundam (Post-Disaster) (aka "Iron-Blooded Orphans") Rolled 1d100 second time and got: 13, so that's Star Wars: The Clone Wars Rolled 1d12 and got: 5, so that's Modern Suburbia Rolled 1d20 and got: 17, so that's Time-travel. So, the resulting fanfic is a crossover between Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans and Star Wars: The Clone Wars, set in Modern Suburbia, and using time travel as its main plot. Now, it's your turn!
  4. 1 point
    Flipped a coin and got: Heads First 1d100 roll: 1 (ST:TOS) Second 1d100 roll: 97 (Calvin and Hobbes) 1d12 roll: 6 (the forest?) 1d20 roll: 2 (getting snowed in) hoo boy...okay, so Calvin and Hobbes were having an epic snowball fight, when they get lost in the woods. coming out in a meadow, they find a strange crystalline substance in the middle. just as they were about to touch it, there's a high pitched *shweee* sound and a glow all around them. sensing a trap, Calvin and Hobbes assume a back-to-back defensive posture. the light subsides, and standing there are Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and a redshirt. Ensign Redshirt steps forward, phaser raised, and says, "Captain, the Klingons have beat us to the dilithium crystals!" Before Kirk can tell him "Wait. Ensign. He. Might. Be. A. Normal. Kid," Redshirt attempts to fire on Calvin. But the canny Calvin had been holding his last snowball in his hands since they entered the forest, and now it was a good solid golf-ball sized marble of pure ice. He flings the ice ball, striking the onrushing Redshirt on the forehead, sending him sprawling onto the snow-covered meadow. Spock gives a Vulcan salute, and says, "We do not wish to harm you. Please step away from the dilithium crystals, they are highly radioactive." As Kirk finally finishes his first sentence, McCoy has rushed to the side of the unmoving Redshirt, running a medical tricorder scan. He looks up at Kirk, and says, "He's...not dead, Jim." etc. etc. yeah sure we can run with this one too ^^
  5. 1 point
    Flipped a coin and got: Heads First 1d100 roll: 18 (SG: Atlantis) Second 1d100 roll: 89 (LOTR) 1d12 roll: 4 (the beach...how appropos) 1d20 roll: 15 (wondering what they did last night) heh, so the flying city of Atlantis ends up falling into a wormhole, and the crew loses consciousness...when they wake up, they have landed on the western ocean of Middle-Earth, and have beached themselves near Belfalas, in the land of Gondor. General O'Neill looks out upon the unfamiliar landscape, and says, "Where are we?" Just then, King Aragorn rides up with his knights, wondering what this massive thing is that just washed up...yeah, I think we can work with this one ^^
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  7. 1 point
    And now, a moment of silence in honor of one of the greatest scientific minds our species has ever seen.
  8. 1 point
    Lucius raised his eyebrows. "Dennis, man, you were with the Légion étrangère? Respect. I won't mention it again in your presence." He closed his eyes and nodded to him. His eyes popped open again when Andreia, Adam, Hannu, and Henry began discussing Qatari current events and Maxergy. "See, that's what I don't get about what the Saudis and the others are accusin' the Qataris of doin'. The Muslim Brotherhood is a Sunni Muslim organization founded in Egypt. The Iranians are Shiites. They're like oil and water, day and night. Besides, Shia Muslims barely make up somethin' like ten percent of the population. The Qataris were supportin' the Saudis in attacking the Shia Houthis in Yemen. Combined with the belligerence of Iran, there's no plausible motivation for Qatar to support Iran or terrorists. Ya know what I think? Somebody has skin in that game, and wanted to break up the coalition between the Saudis and the Qataris. What better way than to fabricate some evidence, let it slip to the right ears, and the whole works start comin' apart. "See, when I was a kid, I used to get accused of all kinds of shit by damn liars. Whenever somethin' was missin', some mofo would whisper that I was seen near it. I spent my grade school years turnin' out my pockets, openin' my locker for teachers to search it, all kinds of degradin' humiliation. I know it was racially motivated, but nobody but brothers and sisters would understand. I didn't fight it, because my mama told me not to, and I saw what happened to brothers and sisters that did." He tapped an index finger on his temple. "You gotta use your head, not just to survive, but to make your life better. That's why I'm gonna keep an open mind about the Qataris. Not judge a book by its skin. Maybe Maxergy is the same way. Shit, who am I kiddin'. They're a corporation, it's all about gettin' the oil money locked up first. Dig?" The irony of not being judgmental about Qatar while dismissing the oil company as only concerned with lucrative relations with the country didn't seem to phase Lucius.
  9. 1 point
    Flipped a coin and got: Tails First 1d100 roll: 72 (Final Fantasy III) Second 1d100 roll: 64 (Marvel Cinematic Universe) Third 1d100 roll: 75 (Final Fantasy VI) 1d12 roll: 12 (A fast food restaurant) 1d20 roll: 12 (Babysitting) Um.... okay. Flipped a coin and got: Heads First 1d100 roll: 53 (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) Second 1d100 roll: 68 (Kill la Kill) 1d12 roll: 3 (Generic Fantasy Land) 1d20 roll: 2 (Getting snowed in) This... huh. Flipped a coin and got: Heads First 1d100 roll: 24 (Babylon 5) Second 1d100 roll: 75 (Final Fantasy VI) 1d12 roll: 5 (Modern Suburbia) 1d20 roll: 16 (A birthday party) Kefka shows up at Cartagia's birthday party in the suburbs? Disturbing.... Flipped a coin and got: Heads First 1d100 roll: 17 (Stargate: SG-1) Second 1d100 roll: 38 (Mass Effect) 1d12 roll: 11 (A weird hotel) 1d20 roll: 11 (Clones run amok) Well, that's certainly.... interesting. Flipped a coin and got: Tails First 1d100 roll: 52 (Yu Yu Hakusho) Second 1d100 roll: 14 (Star Wars: Rebels) Third 1d100 roll: 46 (Berserk) 1d12 roll: 8 (A Bar/Pub) 1d20 roll: 19 (Joining a Counter-Terrorist Group) Okay. This one probably can't work.
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    Some other results: Flipped the coin and got: Heads First 1d100 roll: 94 (AC Gundam, so "Gundam Wing") Second 1d100 roll: 85 (Pokemon) 1d12 roll: 5 (Modern Suburbia) 1d20 roll: 9 (Forming a rock band) Oh this one was too easy. Flipped the coin and got: Tails First 1d100 roll: 18 (Stargate: Atlantis) Second 1d100 roll: 87 (The Matrix) Third 1d100 roll: 63 (DC Animated Universe) 1d12 roll: 8 (A Bar/Pub) 1d20 roll: 19 (Joining a counter-terrorist group) Huh. THIS would be interesting. One more. Flipped the coin and got: Heads First 1d100 roll: 3 (Star Trek: The Next Generation) Second 1d100 roll: 1 (Star Trek: The Original Series) 1d12 roll: 1 (Space) 1d20 roll: 7 (Telemarketers) Okay, aside from the telemarketers, this was too easy (although, the idea of Kirk and Picard teaming up to fight space-telemarketing IS pretty hilarious). One more. Flipped the coin and got: Tails First 1d100 roll: 86 (Digimon) Second 1d100 roll: 61 (Transformers - Generation 1) Third 1d100 roll: 57 (The Land Before Time) 1d12 roll: 9 (Prison) 1d20 roll: 13 (Making a movie) Okay. Well THAT'S certainly crack-tastic.
  11. 1 point
    I stop you right there Khas! As a big fan of skittles, I have nothing against a rainbow coloured light sabre... 😝
  12. 1 point
    What about stories that not part of those settings......like my horror story .
  13. 1 point
    Expect a mildly psychotic, meat eating Ithorian with a flamethrower and backpack full of rocket launchers.
  14. 1 point
    Jedi Master Spock has lost his passion debate-wise (though signs that he was starting to lose it date back to the era of the KirkSkywalker/StarWarsStarTrek clusterfuck - wait, was that really six years ago, already? How time flies...), and the site has been experiencing worse technical issues than we have. So.... any thoughts about this?
  15. 1 point
    So Obs, What should we call this new site and who going to run it?
  16. 1 point
    Made this a while back. Only posted it on YouTube now.
  17. 1 point
    Well... here they are (recommend watching them in order):
  18. 1 point
    Anybody who still has the idea that Brian isn't objective after watching this needs to have their head examined.
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  20. 1 point
    Hey Afishymeadow, did you see this thread?
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    Flipped the coin. Heads. First 1d100 roll: 22 (Doctor Who) Second 1d100 roll: 72 (Final Fantasy III) 1d12 roll: 8 (A bar/pub) 1d20 roll: 18 (A bizarre trial) Hm. This one actually sounds like it could be a genuine Doctor Who episode. Flipped the coin. Heads. First 1d100 roll: 37 (Pirates of the Caribbean) Second 1d100 roll: 100 (Blackadder) 1d12 roll: 11 (A weird hotel) 1d20 roll: 9 (Forming a rock band) Not sure if easy or hard..... Flipped the coin. Tails. First 1d100 roll: 77 (Army of Darkness) Second 1d100 roll: 76 (Final Fantasy VII) Third 1d100 roll: 78 (Ghostbusters) 1d12 roll: 11 (A weird hotel) 1d20 roll: 18 (A bizarre trial) Too easy. Flipped the coin. Heads. First 1d100 roll: 51 (Tenchi Muyo!) Second 1d100 roll: 82 (SpongeBob Squarepants) 1d12 roll: 8 (A bar/pub) 1d20 roll: 8 (Website Designing) Delightfully Crack-tastic! Flipped the coin. Tails. First 1d100 roll: 47 (Slayers) Second 1d100 roll: 92 (Metal Gear Solid) Third 1d100 roll: 53 (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) 1d12 roll: 2 (The Jungle) 1d20 roll: 6 (A baseball game) Lina and co, the Stardust Crusaders, and Solid Snake playing baseball in the jungle? Alrighty then. Flipped the coin. Heads. First 1d100 roll: 57 (The Land Before Time) Second 1d100 roll: 48 (Record of Lodoss War) 1d12 roll: 11 (A weird hotel) 1d20 roll: 6 (A baseball game) Well then. This is... a thing. Flipped the coin. Tails. First 1d100 roll: 66 (Family Guy) Second 1d100 roll: 34 (Command & Conquer: Red Alert Series) Third 1d100 roll: 18 (Stargate: Atlantis) 1d12 roll: 2 (Generic Fantasy Land) 1d20 roll: 14 (Flame Wars) Wuh.. wuh... What.
  23. 0 points
    This is the kind of shit that keeps me up at night, just laying back trying to sleep and 'how does the Matrix handle fat people?' Go fuck yourself brain. This has several layers to it. I mean there MUST be fat people in the Matrix, that's simple enough as tracking what they eat/exercise in the simulation, otherwise people would figure shit out and start chugging ice cream, but does it carry over to the real world? I mean if my fat ass was unplugged from the Matrix, would I pretty much just be a blob in a tube, or am I gonna be average size and shape? Do I get fed some sort of nutrient paste in my pod everytime I eat in the matrix? Or do I just get my 3 feedings of gruel a day and my brain just thinks I'm eating potato pancakes and spam with a chocolate shake? Where the hell are they growing the food that they're feeding us in our pods?
  24. 0 points
    From what I remember, the machines liquefy the dead to feed the living.... but even THAT explanation just raises further questions.
  25. 0 points
    Alright, in this battle, two of the stupidest things to EVER grace the "Versus" debate scene must do battle. The first, is something that came from the late "Trek Wars: The Furry Conflict", and is something that Praeothmin, Ikaika, and I have all seen, and all deemed painful to look at. It is, of course, the rainbow lightsaber. Now, the second, is a space station that, nearly a decade ago, terrorized both Starfleet Jedi and SDN. I speak, of course, of Youngla0450's infamous "Orange Star". http://www.starfleetjedi.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=1527 Now, there will be two battles here. The first, is a straight up "Who would win?" match. The second, is which was the more idiotic. So... who "wins" this match?
  26. 0 points