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Old July 10 2014, 12:25 AM   #76
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Re: Star Trek Continues: Episode 4 and beyond?

Contrary to what was said above, I do not "need" to bash JJTrek. I just enjoy doing so. (Seriously, I enjoyed ST09, but thought STID did not measure up even to that effort.)
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Old July 10 2014, 12:55 AM   #77
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A Farragut crossover could also be interesting. STC has a lot of potential for future stories and I think the quality of their work to date is going to make a huge impression on potential donors for their next Kickstarter.

If they can sustain this rate of production, it won't be long before they pass PII in total output.
There's already been one, in Farragut's "The Price of Anything."

There was a time (nearly a decade ago) I'd have been thrilled to see a three-way fan film extravaganza - Exeter, New Voyages, and Farragut join forces to tell an epic story, but time, personal politics, and lack of interest by the aforementioned parties seems to have nipped that glint in the bud. To which I'm not grateful, because the last thing I want to see anymore are crossovers.
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Old July 11 2014, 03:07 AM   #78
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A couple of things I'd like to see. So far the eps have pretty much been "bottle shows", that is, most of the action taking place on Enterprise itself. I understand the reason for that but it'd be nice if they could put a star-base into one. Maybe a "Vanguard" style base (but probably not Vanguard itself, too many issues for that).

Also since they have a "Marlena Moreau", maybe give us a story about the "prime universe" incarnation of that character. I can understand TOS not revisiting the character but to the best of my knowledge she's never even popped up in the novel-verse.
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Old July 11 2014, 03:31 AM   #79
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On The Continuing Mission podcast, Vic mentioned that they would be filming episode four late this year.
But I wanted Episode #4 yesterday.
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Old July 11 2014, 03:39 AM   #80
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Also since they have a "Marlena Moreau", maybe give us a story about the "prime universe" incarnation of that character. I can understand TOS not revisiting the character but to the best of my knowledge she's never even popped up in the novel-verse.
Memory Beta has several listings/descriptions of her appearances in the novels:

Marlena Moreau (prime)

Marlena Moreau (mirror)
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Oh, mirror Marlena has shown up but not prime Marlena.
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