Kelvin/Prime Crossover

Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by Butters, Oct 14, 2017.

  1. O_Kav

    O_Kav Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

    Jan 2, 2016
    I pictured this Enterprise-F Captain as Kirk's 24th Century Counterpart. Someone who rose among the ranks quite quickly and is prone to make questionable calls... It needs to be someone in his 30s something. I liked Erik Knudsen in Continuum and Tracy Spiridakos in Revolution. I think either one of them would fit nicely in the role.
  2. E-DUB

    E-DUB Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Oct 28, 2011
    I once had the idea for a dimension-jumping starship trying to find its way back to its home timeline. Sort of ST:VOY meets Sliders. At least no one would be arguing about what timeline it was in since there'd be a new one every week.
  3. Danlav05

    Danlav05 Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Oct 1, 2006
    Rutland UK
    Inspired by conversations with @Khan 2.0 here's my take on the Orci idea:


    WILLIAM SHATNER as Kirk Prime
    SIR PATRICK STEWART as Admiral Picard
    BEN CROSS as Ambassador Sarek
    MICHAEL KEATON as Lt Anderson
    JUDI DENCH as Tuvel
    HANNAH MURRAY as Ensign Saavik
    CLANCY BROWN as Commodore Decker

    Commodore Decker assigns USS Enterprise NCC-1701-A to return home a delegation from New Vulcan. There, a temporal rift opens and out comes the Enterprise-F – captained by Kirk Prime. Admiral Picard is also on board.

    Via a flashback, we learn that Kirk Prime died on Veridian III, but a second echo was retrieved from the Nexus, which the Enterprise-E encountered following the destruction of Hobus. Accidentally landing back in the Nexus, Picard convinced Kirk Prime to return, guilty for letting him die the first-time round (here CG is used to make Stewart and Shatner look younger).

    He reveals that onboard his ship is a time travel device, which he used to travel into the past. He notes that timelines are in flux and this timeline shouldn’t exist.

    On the Enterprise-A, Spock’s protégé Ensign Saavik had replaced Chekov as navigator. Chekov has been assigned as Security Chief of the Farragut. One of the Vulcans is Tuvel, who has secretly been liaising with Lt Anderson, the Enterprise-F’s science officer who has been using the time machine to talk to Tuvel (this is a very powerful thing and indeed could be a very dangerous weapon is in the wrong hands) – she wants him to alter the timeline and restore Vulcan. Together, Tuvel and Anderson steal the machine and beam it to their ship, piloted by Vulcan rebels.

    Young Kirk and Spock talk about restoring the timeline with Tuvel, as Kirk would get to meet his father and Spock would be reunited with his mom, but Dr McCoy convinces them to ‘snap out of it’!

    The two Enterprises together must work to bring down the rebel Vulcans and retrieve the time travel device – then return the Enterprise-F home without causing more damage to the timeline.
    Last edited: Dec 16, 2017
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  4. Khan 2.0

    Khan 2.0 Commodore Commodore

    Aug 30, 2013
    earth...but when?...spock?
    Great premise with great casting. just imagine had that been Beyond. what a missed opportunity. Maybe Shatner could've returned in an almost Stewart in Xmen DOFP way (i.e not fully explained just some vague notion it has something to do with the nexus like Prof. X was something to do with transferred consciousness)
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  5. Danlav05

    Danlav05 Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Oct 1, 2006
    Rutland UK
    Thanks, I don’t think I’ll let go of the idea of Bill returning to Trek until it’s physically impossible!!
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  6. Knightstorm

    Knightstorm Ensign Red Shirt

    Dec 9, 2017
    :bolian: Niiicceee.
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