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“Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.”
— Captain Picard

Star Trek is a science fiction franchise. The first series premiered in 1966 and ran for 3 seasons spanning over 79 Episodes. While initially unpopular and regularly threatened to be cancelled, the series gained popularity during several reruns, which then inspired several TV and movie-Spin offs. With the 2009 Star Trek Movie, the series was essentially rebooted in a new alternative Timeline.


The Original Series

In the 23rd Century, the Spaceship U.S.S. Enterprise is on the Five-Year-Mission to explore the unchartered parts of the Milky Way Galaxy. The (mostly) human Crew consist of Captain James T. Kirk, his first officer, the half-Human half-Vulcan Science Officer Commander Spock, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Leonard McCoy, Scottish Chief Engineer Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery Scott, Japanese-American helmsman Lt. Hikaru Sulu, East African Communications Officer Lt. (Nyota) Uhura and Russian navigator Ensign Pavel Andreievich Chekov. Recurring Characters include Yeoman Janice Rand and Nurse Dr. Christine Chapel.

The Animated Series

The continuation of the voyages of the USS Enterprise, previously featured in the original Star Trek series.

The Next Generation

The series involves a starship named Enterprise and is set in the nearby regions of the Milky Way galaxy, the Alpha Quadrant. The first episode takes place in the year 2364, 100 years after the start of the five-year mission described in the original series, which began in 2264. It features a new cast and a new starship Enterprise, the fifth to bear the name within the franchise's storyline.

Deep Space Nine

DS9 centers on the formerly Cardassian space station Terok Nor. After the Bajorans have liberated themselves from the long and brutal Cardassian Occupation, the United Federation of Planets is invited by the Bajoran Provisional Government to administer joint control of the station, which initially orbits Bajor. The station is renamed Deep Space Nine, and a Starfleet crew is assigned to manage it. Shortly after their arrival, the Starfleet crew discovers a stable wormhole in Bajoran space leading from the Alpha Quadrant to the Gamma Quadrant, and the station is moved to a strategic position near the wormhole's entrance to safeguard it from the Cardassians. Deep Space Nine and Bajor quickly become a center for exploration, interstellar trade, political maneuvering, and open conflict. Threats come not only from Cardassians, Klingons, and Romulans from the Alpha Quadrant, but later from the Dominion, an alliance of alien species from the Gamma Quadrant that take up arms alongside the Cardassians against the Federation and its allies starting in Season 3. Deep Space Nine becomes a key military base for the Federation in the Dominion War, and is assigned the starship USS Defiant to aid in its protection.


Launched in the year 2371, the Intrepid-class Federation starship USS Voyager was a ship built to return to Starfleet's founding principle of scientific exploration. It was fitting that the ship's captain, Kathryn Janeway, rose up through the science ranks rather than command. On the ship's first mission while departing the space station Deep Space 9, which required it to find and capture a Maquis vessel that disappeared into the treacherous Badlands, the crews of both Voyager, as well as the Maquis ship it was pursuing, were swept clear across the galaxy and deep into the Delta Quadrant. This was the doing of a powerful alien being known as the Caretaker. The 70,000 light year transit cost the lives of over a dozen crew members. Captain Janeway was forced to destroy the massive alien array that housed the remains of the Caretaker. In doing so, she saved an alien race, the Ocampa, but stranded Voyager and the crew in the Delta Quadrant.

United in a common purpose, the surviving Maquis rebels joined with Janeway's Starfleet-trained crew on Voyager. Though a journey back to the Alpha Quadrant would have taken more than seventy years through unknown and treacherous territory, the crew of Voyager was well served by Janeway's skilled leadership and their own steadfast determination. Ultimately, Voyager returned to the Alpha Quadrant in seven years.


Star Trek: Enterprise follows the adventures of the crew of the starship Enterprise, designation NX-01. They are the first deep space explorers in Starfleet, using the first Warp 5 equipped vessel. At the start of the series, it is revealed that the Vulcans have withheld advanced technology from humanity since their first contact, concerned that humans were not ready for it. This has delayed human space exploration and caused resentment in Captain Jonathan Archer, whose father developed the Warp 5 engine but did not live to see it used.

Enterprise was intentionally equipped with less advanced versions of technologies seen in previous series. For example, it has no tractor beam, uses missiles instead of photon torpedoes, and has only limited means of synthesizing foods and other consumable items. Communications Officer Linguist Hoshi Sato's expertise in linguistics helps compensate for the lack of advanced universal translators.

The series also showed the crew making first contacts with a number of races previously seen in the franchise. Notably, the Klingons who appear in the pilot, "Broken Bow" have the ridged makeup seen in the movie franchise and from Star Trek: The Next Generation onwards, rather than the smooth-headed versions seen in Star Trek: The Original Series. This particular change was attributed by Berman and Braga to advancements in makeup. They felt that contradictions in the continuity such as the Klingon ridges were unavoidable, as well as those involving technology.


Set roughly ten years before the events of Star Trek: The Original Series, the show sees the united Klingon houses in a war with the United Federation of Planets that involves the crew of the USS Discovery.


William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk
Leonard Nimoy as Commander Spock
DeForest Kelly as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy
James Doohan as Lt. Commander Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura
George Takai as Lt. Hikaru Sulu
Walter Koenig as Ensign Pavel Chekov
Majel Barrett as Nurse Christine Chapel
Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand

Sir Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Jonathan Frakes as Commander William Riker
LeVar Burton as Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge
Denise Crosby as Lt. Natasha "Tasha" Yar
Michael Dorn as Lt. Worf
Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher
Diana Muldaur as Dr Katherine Pulaski
Marina Sirtis as Lt. Commander Deanna Troi
Brent Spiner as Lt. Commander Data
Wil Wheaton as Wesly Crusher

Avery Brooks as Captain Benjamin Sisko
Nana Visitor as Major Kira Nerys
René Auberjonois as Constable Odo
Armin Shimerman as Quark
Alexander Siddig as Dr. Julian Bashir
Terry Farrell as Lt. Jadzia Dax
Nicole de Boer as Ensign Ezri Dax
Michael Dorn as Lt. Commander Worf
Colm Meaney as Chief Miles O'Brien
Cirroc Lofton as Jake Sisko

Kate Muglew as Captain Kathryn Janeway
Robert Beltran as Commander Chakotay
Tim Russ as Lieutenant Commander Tuvok
Robert Duncan McNeil as Lieutenant Tom Paris
Roxanne Dawson as Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres
Garrett Wang as Ensign Harry Kim
Rober Picardo as The Doctor
Ethan Phillips as Neelix
Jennifer Lien as Kes
Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine

Scott Bakula as Captain Jonathan Archer
Jolene Blalock as T'Pol
Connor Trinneer as Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III
Dominic Keating as Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
Linda Park as Lieutenant Commander Hoshi Sato
Anthony Monstgomery as Ensign Travis Mayweather
John Billingsley as Dr. Phlox

Sonequa Martin-Green as Commander Michael Burnham
Doug Jones as Commander Saru
Shazad Latif as Lieutenant Ash Tyler and Voq
Anthony Rapp as Lieutenant Paul Stamets
Mary Wiseman as Ensign Sylvia Tilly
Jason Isaacs as Captain Gabriel Lorca



Ashburn — the ship between Michael Burnham and Ash Tyler
Janewakotay — the ship between Kathryn Janeway and Chakotay
Julian/Jadzia — the ship between Julian Bashir and Jadzia Dax
Katriel — the ship between Katrina Cornwell and Gabriel Lorca
Kira/Dukat — the ship between Kira Nerys and Gul Dukat
Kirand — the ship between James T. Kirk and Janice Rand
Kirodo — the ship between Odo and Kira Nerys
Kuhura — the ship between James T. Kirk and Nyota Uhura
Lorcham — the ship between Gabriel Lorca and Michael Burnham
Picard/Crusher — the ship between Jean Luc Picard and Beverly Crusher
Pikeone - the ship between Christopher Pike and Number One
Pike/Vina - the ship between Christopher Pike and Vina
Sartrina — the ship between Katrina Cornwell and Sarek
Spuhura — the ship between Spock and Nyota Uhura
Spapel — the ship between Spock and Christine Chapel
T'Pol/Tucker — the ship between T'Pol and Trip Tucker
Tomlanna — the ship between B'elanna Torres and Tom Paris


Chakotay/Paris — the ship between Chakotay and Tom Paris
Chulu — the ship between Pavel Chekov and Hikaru Sulu
Culmets — the ship between Hugh Culber and Paul Stamets
Daforge — the ship between Data and Geordie LaForge
Garashir — the ship between Julian Bashir and Elim Garak
Garmak - the ship between Elim Garak and Kelas Parmak
Lamets — the ship between Gabriel Lorca and Paul Stamets
Malyes — the ship between J. Hayes and Malcolm Reed
McKirk — the ship between James T. Kirk and Leonard McCoy
O'Brashir — the ship between Julian Bashir and Miles O'Brien
Paris/Kim — the ship between Tom Paris and Harry Kim
Picard/Data — the ship between Jean Luc Picard and Data
Pike/Leland — the ship between Christopher Pike and Leland
Qcard — the ship between Jean Luc Picard and Q
Sariel — the ship between Saru and Gabriel Lorca
Seven/Doctor — the ship between Seven of Nine and The Doctor
Spirk — the ship between James T. Kirk and Spock
Spones — the ship between Spock and Leonard McCoy
Styler — the ship between Paul Stamets and Ash Tyler
Tuckerreed — the ship between Trip Tucker and Malcolm Reed
Tylorca — the ship between Ash Tyler and Gabriel Lorca


Chahura — the ship between Christine Chapel and Nyota Uhura
Jadzia/Kira — the ship between Jadzia Dax and Kira Nerys
Janeway/Seven — the ship between Kathryn Janeway and Seven of Nine
Jola — the ship between Keyla Detmer and Joann Owosekun
Lenzia — the ship between Jadzia Dax and Lenara Kahn
Milippa — the ship between Michael Burnham and Philippa Georgiou
Michvia — the ship between Michael Burnham and Sylvia Tilly
Troisha — the ship between Deanna Troi and Natasha Yar


McSpirk — the ship between Leonard McCoy, Spock and James T. Kirk



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# portmanteau characters type
12102 Spirk James T Kirk/Spock slash
7886 McKirk James T Kirk/Leonard McCoy slash
3479 Janewakotay Chakotay/Kathryn Janeway het
2573 Spones Leonard McCoy/Spock slash
2551 Garashir Julian Bashir/Elim Garak slash
2269 Spuhura Spock/Nyota Uhura het
1733 Tuckerreed Trip Tucker/Malcolm Reed slash
1125 McSpirk James T Kirk/Leonard McCoy/Spock poly
1123 Chulu Pavel Chekov/Hikaru Sulu slash
966 Tomlanna B'elanna Torres/Tom Paris het


  • The Kirk/Spock ship is generally considered to be the first written slash-fiction and was first published in 1974.
  • Many still debate whether or not the Animated series is considered canon.
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