Space...a LOT later.
These are the voyages of the Starship Anomaly...
Her futuristic mission: To blend Federation and Romulan technology. To survive the modern problems of the year
2500. To show that 120 years is nowhere near enough to completely clean up the gene pool.
Star Traks: Boldly Gone... is the story of the U.S.S. Anomaly and her crew, 120 years after the
current Star Traks universe. The Anomaly is a barely tested hybrid of Romulan technology piloted by a somewhat
unbalanced living brain, crewed by a somewhat unbalanced crew. Equipped with state-of-the-not-yet-quite-tested
"anti-singularity" engines, the Anomaly is rigged for speed and not too shabby in the weapons department either.
With enemies like the Breen prowling around, and Admiral Kristen Larkin looking over their shoulder, the Anomaly
crew has their work cut out for them.
The past is past...and this crew is BOLDLY GONE...
WHAT'S NEW - That Was A Bad Thing?
Captain Reginald Bain did exactly what a captain should do. He overcame those holding his ship and crew prisoner, and he got back home. So how come it's looking like he made a huge mistake? Find out as the Dillon Consortium tries to collect on some "Contractual Obligations."
Questions? Comments? Want to write your own Star Traks: Boldly Gone... story?
E-mail Alan Decker at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Anthony Butler at Antular7@aol.com.
Star Trek is a Registered Trademark and all its references are property of Paramount, Inc. and Viacom Communications. The graphic art, including Anomaly and Navigator design, has been done excellently by Brennan Brazeau. Web page design by Anthony Butler, Alan Decker, and Brennan Brazeau. Star Traks is the brainchild and the property of Alan Decker, father, writer, and all-around likeable guy. Star Traks: Boldly Gone... is the co-creation of Alan Decker and Anthony Butler, who, in all their wisdom and dementia, wanted to keep writing Traks, but decided to get the heck out of the 24th century.
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