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|STAR TREK FAN FICTION|
|Star Trek: Phoenix-X|
|Author(s):||Hawku & DL|
The series started as role-playing fiction through instant messaging chats between its initial two writers within the first few Episodes. It then grew into a role play through email, with larger sections of story alternated by each writer, per episode. Finally, by late Season 1, it grew into being written as full episodes themselves.
Star Trek: Phoenix-X takes place in the Prime universe and plays along side, and with the history of, all canon series and movies involved: Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise and the films Star Trek: The Motion Picture to Star Trek Nemesis. It also includes prime universe events in Star Trek. In alternative licensed material, the series follows the Star Trek Online timeline, which include several pieces like The Path to 2409, The Needs of the Many, Star Trek: Countdown, Unexpected Honor and related stories.
Occasionally, in a soft-break of the fourth wall, characters will make passing references to alternative timelines they unexplainably, or absentmindedly, have awareness of; mostly the Star Trek (2009) alternate reality in Season 4. In "Displacement Syndrome", the crew actually visits some of these alternate timelines, most notably the Shatnerverse timeline.
Star Trek: Phoenix-X is primarily presented in episodic format with each story classified as "Episode". This is mostly true with the exception of several variant classifications that emerge and eventually increase in frequency as the series goes on.
- Episode: the base style of story, written in chatfic, with, usually, the core characters being involved. Episodes are in the spirit of and given style of Star Trek episodes. In Season 5, Episodes are written in prose.
- Chapter: a variant Episode which can be described as a long form story. It is written in chatfic, with the core characters and is in the spirit and vein of the Star Trek films.
- Spin-off: an experimental first Episode of a series based on a ship, species or aspect from Star Trek: Phoenix-X. The stories are usually posted in parts, to comprise one Episode, some in chatfic, prose, varying from comedy to drama.
- Short: a separate fiction based on a ship, species or aspect from Star Trek: Phoenix-X. The stories are usually a one-off and written in prose.
- Special: a variant Episode which can be described as a short story. It is written in chatfic, with core or select characters. The Specials were initially "holiday"-themed, until Season 4.
- Comics: sequential panels of art and story with select characters for each. Each series was classified as "Comics" with several comics numbered as "Comic" released within it. The comics varied in type and style from full page to comic strip; outlined to color.
- Flashback: a variant Episode that takes place in the past and is either a full "re-write" of a past episode, or contains parts of past episodes to tell a story. They are written in chatfic and original dialogue is not necessarily altered, but, instead, given additions as to keep series canon.
- Literary: a variant Episode that is written in prose format. These are Star Trek Online: Literary Challenge entries. They jump the timeline ahead to the early 25th century, and are written in the vein of and in the setting of the Star Trek Online MMORPG. The core Phoenix-X cast/crew differs slightly. Stories will also focus on cast/crews of the IKS B'Cnah; and to be posted, cast/crew stories from the USS Zephyra and RRW Ketaryn. The stories maintain inside series canon.
- Unofficial: a variant Episode that is written in prose format. These are Star Trek Online: Unofficial Literary Challenge entries. They continue the Literary setting in the 25th century, and are written in the vein of and in the setting of the Star Trek Online MMORPG. Cast/crew stories focus on ships in Task Force Epsilon; and to be posted, cast/crew stories on ships in Task Force Zeta.
- ST Online: variant Episode which is part a literary transcribing of a Star Trek Online episode.
- Ragnarok: variant spin-off episode taking place in 2410 with Oroku Seifer in command of the USS Ragnarok.
- Annual: variant spin-off of Ragnarok episodes. These are Star Trek Online: Unofficial Literary Challenge Annual entries.
|Episode 1A||"The Tiloniam System"||1996||A Starfleet shuttle craft from the USS Xena, carrying a Commander Gotens and an Ensign Dan, enters the Tiloniam system on a charting mission where they encounter the USS Phoenix and its temperamental commanding officer.||51599.74||2374|
|Episode 1B||"Jello Cubes"||1996||The Borg attempt to assimilate Earth, and the crew of the newly-launched transwarp-capable USS Phoenix-X is forced to join the rest of Starfleet in the defense.||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 2A||"Deep Wormhole 9"||1996||While just about to dock at Deep Space 9, Captain Daniel and the crew of the Phoenix-X witness it strangely swallowed up by the wormhole. They are then forced to act quickly before the station is destroyed.||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 2B||"Find Voyager? No Problem"||1996||The Phoenix-X, a transwarp-capable starship, is finally given the mission to find the USS Voyager, which is lost in the Delta Quadrant. But, when Voyager unrealistically finds them instead, Q pops in to tangle with "continuity".||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 3A||"Flortarios III"||1996||The Phoenix-X intercepts a trade deal between a group of Ferengi and Jem'Hadar soldiers on Flortarios III. But it all goes awry when Daniel and Gotens get involved.||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 3B||"Missed the Mishap"||1996||After a fierce battle between the Phoenix-X and a Cardassian vessel, where prisoners have been taken on both sides, a volatile prisoner exchange is initiated.||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 4||"Cookies"||1997||Everyone on board the Phoenix-X is suddenly knocked unconscious except for Captain Daniel. It's suddenly up to him to stop two intruders who intend to take over the ship.||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 5||"Crash Bandicoots"||1997||An evil medical officer named Dawn Relic takes over the Phoenix-X and sets a course to the Gamma Quadrant using the ship's experimental ultra-transwarp function.||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 6A||"The Cloud Aloft"||1997||While in the Gamma Quadrant, the Phoenix-X's transwarp engine begins to malfunction.||Unknown||2374|
|Episode 6B||"Home, Part I"||1997||The USS Phoenix-X finally arrives home, to the Alpha Quadrant, in one piece. While getting a fixer-upper at Deep Space 9, Commander Gotens is forced to go to surgery for problems found in his Symbiont.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 7A||"Deal"||1998||Admiral Theseus calls on BOB, a steady passenger aboard the Phoenix-X, to beam over to the USS Dropzone where the Admiral offers a lucrative spy job for him.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 7B||"Home, Part II"||1998||With the help of Jadzia Dax, Commander Gotens takes the initiative and decides to search for the Phoenix-X. Meanwhile, Captain Daniel tracks down a Changeling spy, with Odo's help.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 8||"The Bajoran Trove"||1998||Now back aboard his ship, a drink called the Bajoran trove causes Commander Gotens to lose his mind. Meanwhile, a long dreaded meeting for the Captain and the his fleet begins on Flortarios III, but instead of the Commander at his side... he is forced to settle for Ensign Dan.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 9||"Bio Level 4"||1998||The Gelomira, a generational warship that had spent centuries trying to get to Earth, finally passes through Federation boarders and begins an unannounced assault against the human race.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 10||"Pure Evil"||1998||A freak spacial anomaly appears to create a duplicate of the Phoenix-X. But upon meeting these duplicates, it becomes very apparent that the new additions are evil.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 11||"Betrayal and Honour"||1998||Lieutenant Commander Red is framed by someone unknown for an act he didn't commit. It soon becomes clear the accusation is a general attempt to lead the Federation and the Klingons into another war.||52083.06||2375|
|Chapter 1||"The Links' Traitor"||1998||Captain Daniel confronts his past when he is met with a Female Changeling, and a fleet of Jem'Hadar warships. When both the Phoenix-X and the Enterprise-E attempt to escape the threat, they are almost immediately destroyed-- that is, until observers Q and Wesley Crusher intervene.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 12||"Warfare"||1998||A Romulan warbird, led by a commander named Plutark, intercepts a secret transmission of special torpedo schematics between the Phoenix-X and Starfleet Intelligence. In an effort to contest against the Phoenix-X, and thus, the Federation, Plutark acquires the help of a Cardassian leader named Gul Meloneus.||52339.1||2375|
|Episode 13A||"The Bermuda Triangle Effect"||1999||The Phoenix-X enters a transwarp conduit that goes through an ion storm and causes the ship to stop in mid-conduit. The only way to survive is through the help of the Carthaginians and their shield technology.||52656.12||2375|
|Episode 13B||"Retrieval"||1999||Captain Daniel is given a strange jar that contains a Changeling named Shane from the Klingon vessel Hou-Ling. When Shane's step-father Captain Sergio of the Lou-Tzu comes looking for him, Shane refuses to go back.||52656.13||2375|
|Episode 13C||"Liquids Everywhere"||1999||While in an open simulation on the holodeck where Shane and Sergio are working out their problems, they are put to test by having to deal with a group of Changelings called the Traveling Link.||52656.14||2375|
|Episode 14||"Subspace Racing"||1999||The Phoenix-X is entered into a space race that utilizes their transwarp engine. But it soon turns out the rules of the race are governed by a win-at-all-costs philosophy.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 15||"Guinea Pigs"||1999||The Captain is sent on a solo mission to Breen space to retrieve a Trill multi-spacial shielding prototype, and is unknowingly joined by Commander Gotens and Doctor Lox.||52778||2375|
|Episode 16||"Factors of Humanity"||1999||With the end of the Dominion War, the Phoenix-X finds a group of Dominion soldiers on a barren planet. In an attempt to understand these enemies by the Captain and crew, a wide chain of immoral reactions break out.||Unknown||2375|
|Episode 17||"The Return of the Borg"||1999||The Borg lure the Phoenix-X in, in an attempt to use it to infiltrate Earth. Meanwhile, Shane is brought on-board a Borg Cube where he is confronted by the Changeling protoplasm that makes up his other "half".||Unknown||2376|
|Chapter 2||"Experimentalism"||Oct 26 1999||In a fit of anger, Commander Avery puts the Phoenix-X out of service, forcing everyone to be re-stationed.||Unknown||2376|
|Special 1||"Christmas Special"||Dec 24 1999||While transporting a group of Helenion refugees home, the Phoenix-X slams into a large isatonic crystal asteroid. Captain Daniel takes the opportunity to have the crew quickly mine it.||Unknown||2376|
|Episode 18||"The X Continuum"||2000||The Phoenix-X runs into a nebula that almost kills them. From it, they retrieve a fallen Q, named X, of whom Daniel releases and inadvertently receives omnipotent power from.||Unknown||2376|
|Episode 19||"Fight, Part I"||2000||The Captain encounters a part-omnipotent being that threatens to kill him. Meanwhile, the Commander discovers a stowaway named Klokian and decides to follow his movements. Unfortunately, Klokian leads the Commander back in time to ancient Earth.||Unknown||2376|
|Episode 20A||"Fight, Part II"||2000||Klokian returns and captures Daniel inside an omni-sphere. With this, Klokian is able to bring Daniel back to his homeworld in order to process Daniel's omnipotent body.||Unknown||2376|
|Episode 20B||"Fight, Part III"||2000||The Commander is finally able to leave ancient Earth and return to the 24th century in Klokian's timeship. But upon returning, he is forced to bring the Phoenix-X to the 39th century, where Captain Daniel is being kept on the Klokian homeworld.||Unknown||2376|
|Episode 21||"Identity"||Apr 13 2000||Kugo receives a transmission from her supposed sister, Lasha, who says she is in trouble on Romulus. Taking a Runabout there, Kugo encounters Lasha and Lasha's associate, Tey, who are not actually related to Kugo by blood, but rather, by an oath of assassins.||Unknown||2376|
|Episode 22||"Vengeance"||May 20 2000||The ship is taken over by an alien species that liqufies and merges into the crew. Coming back from an away mission, a suddenly omni-powerless Daniel and Lieutenant Commander Armond are forced to save the Phoenix-X.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 23||"Casio"||July 08 2000||The Phoenix-X rendezvous' with the Caterina, a partially-undercover Romulan ship with experimental technologies as well.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 24||"Secret Shuttles, Part I"||2000||A Lieutenant Matt joins the Phoenix-X to show the crew a new shuttle capable of transwarp speeds. Meanwhile, the Cardassian ship Scorpion steals Klokian's timeship back, left over from Klokian's last encounter.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 25||"Secret Shuttles, Part II"||2000||Klokian steals his timeship back and initiates a time-jump that brings the Phoenix-X into the past.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 26||"Secret Shuttles, Part III"||2000||The crew try to stop Klokian and his new Cardassian friend, saved before sudden death in the past, Gul Meloneus, while the Commander tracks down thieves of his Trill symbiont in a parallel universe.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 27||"Secret Shuttles, Part IV"||2000||An accidental time jump to an alternate future, the year 2400, reveals a Starfleet run by Section 31 and a rebellion led by the Captain Daniel and the Commander, now named Seifer, with his new symbiont.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 28||"The Invisible Enemy"||2000||Lieutenant Kayl meets an alien that telepathically reads her experiences against her will. Section 31 sends the Phoenix-X to investigate a strange planet and when they get there they find the alien, in a stasis chamber, sharing Kayl's stolen experiences with the entire world.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 29||"Loyalties, Part I"||2000||Commander Seifer risks the lives of the crew by engaging the ship into a fire fight with what was thought an unknown species, but turn out to be collaborating on a secret space array with a Captain Jet of the USS Shark.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 30||"Loyalties, Part II"||2000||The personalities of the crew are suddenly influenced by the array, sending them on a rampage. Seifer being offsite is the only one free of suggestion and is forced to do whatever he can to save the ship.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 31||"Food for the Labyrinth"||2001||Engineer, Lieutenant Matt, is sent to an alien planet where he is forced to fight a giant beast-like alien creature.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 32||"The Nega'Jem, Part I"||2001||The crew are sent on a mission to send a Mirror Universe Jem'Hadar group back to their universe.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 33||"The Nega'Jem, Part II"||2001||The crew struggle with their mission to send the Mirror Universe Jem'Hadar group back through dealing with a sentient asteroid species.||Unknown||2377|
|Short 1||"Uprising"||Unknown||Kuru practices his fighting techniques a short time before he is about to be promoted, when suddenly he's met with a mysterious omni'X.||54013.4||2377|
|Episode 34||"Ghosts"||2001||Red discovers he is in-tune to a neural frequency which makes him the only one capable of seeing an alien intruder on the Phoenix-X.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 35||"False Management"||2001||The Phoenix-X stops to get the transwarp drive fixed, while Seifer meets with some shady weapons dealers behind the Captain's back.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 36||"Jumpers, Part I"||2001||The ship takes on a series of two-seater shuttles from alien traders. Meanwhile, a more powerful, xenophobic computer virus transcends the boundaries of space and time.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 37||"Jumpers, Part II"||2001||The Breen launch an attack against the Phoenix-X for want of the two-seater shuttles themselves. Meanwhile, Captain Daniel confronts the now physical virus program which threatens existence itself.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 38||"BaKardi Slang"||2001||Former Cardassian Gul, Meloneus, returns for revenge against the Phoenix-X in his newly alien-refitted starship, the Scorpion.||Unknown||2377|
|Episode 39||"Phoenix Restoration"||2001||The Phoenix-X saves the USS Voyager from the Delta Quadrant but when both vessels return home, the crew of the Phoenix-X endures intense scrutiny from the Federation and Captain Daniel is forced to go back in time to put things back the way they were.||54973.4||2377|
|Episode 40||"Omega"||2001||The Phoenix-X is sent to purge a pre-warp civilization of their advanced and premature discovery of the Omega molecule.||Unknown||2378|
|Chapter 3||"Afterdeath"||2001||The Phoenix-X and Lieutenant Commander Data battles an alien, who accidentally destroyed his own people, capable of controlling technology telekinetically.||Unknown||2378|
|Episode 41||"Mosquito"||2001||Lox is falsely accused of murdering his own patient and he must do all he can to prove it wasn't him, but rather, a meta-physical parasite being hunted by space-farring creatures.||Unknown||2378|
|Episode 42||"Avalon Battlefield, Part I"||2001||Seifer begins to reminisce about his past time-travelling experience where he ran away from his crew. Meanwhile, Captain Daniel encounters a series of partially-omnipotent beings.||Unknown||2378|
|Episode 43||"Avalon Battlefield, Part II"||2001||The Captain becomes trapped within a temporal bubble created by partially-omnipotent beings who are trying to create their own version of the Q Continuum.||55326.2||2378|
|Episode 44||"Killing Spree"||2001||Kugo is torn between her past life as an assassin and as a crew member when the Phoenix-X meets with a Romulan ship.||Unknown||2378|
|Episode 45||"Crystal Method, Part I"||2002||The Phoenix-X joins a pirate alliance in order to track down an ancient alien starship responsible for destroying the USS Blue Nose.||Unknown||2378|
|Episode 46||"Crystal Method, Part II"||2002||The Phoenix-X teams up with the ancient alien starship to track down a powerful crystal, now in the hands of the pirate leader.||Unknown||2378|
|Episode 47||"Destiny's Revenge, Part I"||2002||The Borg attack the Phoenix-X but only to kidnap the Changeling Shane. Meanwhile, the Federation-Klingon Officer Exchange Program comes to an end on both the Phoenix-X and Bochnah.||55994.1||2378|
|Episode 48||"Destiny's Revenge, Part II"||2002||The Borg assimilate Shane and use him for their bidding. Q returns to take away Daniel's remaining omnipotent power.||55994.2||2378|
|Episode 49||"Destiny's Revenge, Part III"||2002||The Borg find a way to absorb omnipotent power. A group of Changelings referred to as The Traveling Link assist the Phoenix-X and Bochnah in fighting.||55994.3||2378|
|Episode 50||"Occurrence, Part I"||2002||The crew discover a alien ship manipulating the temporal rift near Narendra III. The Captain, who has been trapped in a liquid state from the last Borg encounter, is stolen.||Unknown||2379|
|Episode 51||"Occurrence, Part II"||Apr 12 2002||Kayl adjusts to her new life in 2344, while in the present, 2379, the crew deal with the alien ship exploding and subspace tears on the Phoenix-X.||Unknown||2379|
|Episode 52||"Alien Interference"||May 20 2002||The Phoenix-X is trapped in orbit of an alien planet where other alien's from another dimension are caused to be born on the ship.||Unknown||2379|
|Episode 53||"Particle Mechanics"||Jun 12 2002||The holographic helmsmen Amp's program is accidentally transferred into highly advanced particles created an alien species.||Unknown||2379|
|Episode 54||"The Cash Flow"||Jun 28 2002||Seifer purchases an entire star system from a Ferengi dealer, meanwhile, Doctor Lox's organ replacement device unintentionally replicates latinum.||56162.6||2379|
|Episode 55||"Responsible Delinquent"||Jul 28 2002||RaeLuna tracks a partially-omnipotent criminal down into an alien space-city, where she accidentally causes a quantum singularity-explosion that destroy's part of it.||Unknown||2379|
|Spin-off 1||"Vitality"||Sep 09 2002||The clones of several Enterprise's crew, including Jean-Luc Picard and Leonard McCoy are brought to life in the 36th century where they join with Amp in saving a galaxy in turmoil.||Unknown||3578|
|Spin-off 2||"Resurrections"||2003||Project Genesis gets revived and Lore parts are stolen from Starfleet.||56993.1||2379|
|Short 2||"Evolutions"||May 08 2003||A Starfleet Academy student gets more than he bargained for when he accepts a challenge to fight in the Academy's Battle arena and starts noticing a strange transformation in his opponent.||56999.7||2379|
|Episode 56||"Possible Regret"||Oct 21 2002||The Phoenix-X encounters a hostile alien ship run by holograms.||Unknown||2380|
|Spin-off 3||"Forged in Something"||2003||Menchez nearly has his ship destroyed in battle. When he receives a new one, he and his crew are suddenly attacked by a Klingon outpost.||57012.4||2380|
|Episode 57||"Land Wars"||Mar 07 2003||The Phoenix-X is involuntarily pulled down into the atmosphere of an alien planet, of which the inhabitants suddenly think is an invasion.||57025.4||2380|
|Episode 58||"Departments"||Jul 24 2003||The Phoenix-X stops off at Earth where an officer from a section within the Corps of Engineers assists with new technologies; meanwhile, a Lieutenant from Starfleet Command becomes obsessed with uncovering the Phoenix-X's secrets.||Unknown||2380|
|Spin-off 4||"Tsunami"||Aug 14 2003||The USS Tsunami fights to save several ships from a mysterious "dark blob".||57035.3||2380|
|Spin-off 5||"Hijinx"||2003||The USS Hijinx saves the Turismos from a Reman invasion and helps stop a Gordarion experiment on Saturn.||57080.9||2380|
|Spin-off 6||"Parallels"||2003||The USS Vitality is tasked to travel parallel universes in order to capture a Thelvon fugitive.||57172.33||2380|
|Episode 59||"Civilization"||Sep 11 2003||Doctor Lox leaves the Phoenix-X to work on a controversial cloning project through the help of Section 31.||57334.2||2380|
|Short 3||"The Recruited"||2004||Commander Sith is recruited into Section 31 to assist in the installation of the transwarp drive aboard the Phoenix-X.||47796.9||2370|
|Episode 60||"The Timeship"||Apr 05 2004||The crew are forced to travel back in time to 2005 to stop a renegade android, Trunks, from unleashing a new android, Omega, onto his enemy.||57849.3||2380|
|Short 4||"Invasion 101"||2004||Captain Rei of the USS Mercedes gets pulled into a Borg invasion on the Mizarian home world.||57849.3||2380|
|Episode 61||"Power Levels"||Apr 28 2004||The Captain decides to help a group of partially-omnipotent beings fight their mortal enemies, causing Section 31 to deem him a traitor. They then order the Phoenix-X to destroy the Captain.||57926.2||2380|
|Episode 62||"Dimensions"||May 05 2004||The Phoenix-X is forced to fight off space-borne aliens from another dimension and seal ever-growing dimensional-tears to save the prime-dimension from destruction.||Unknown||2381|
|Episode 63||"The Shadow Maneuvers"||Jul 08 2004||The Phoenix-X monitors an alien species who are meeting with the USS Atlantis to join the Federation, but is interrupted when Agent Rave of Section 31 has a falling out with them.||Unknown||2381|
|Spin-off 7||"Immortal Coil"||2004||Captain Sith battles with an infectious vine-like creature which has infiltrated his body.||Unknown||2381|
|Episode 64||"King of the Iron Fist Tournament"||Apr 19 2005||The Phoenix-X holds a fighting competition aboard the ship.||Unknown||2381|
|Episode 65||"New Beginnings"||May 04 2005||A Romulan joins Starfleet and has himself transferred to the Phoenix-X.||58743.9||2381|
|Episode 66||"Mirrorlyness!"||May 04 2005||The Phoenix-X is hijacked by James and taken into the Mirror universe.||59001.6||2382|
|Episode 67||"The Deterioration"||Aug 08 2005||The Phoenix-X's systems begin to malfunction, threatening the hologram Amp's life.||59132.6||2382|
|Episode 68||"A Tholian Encounter"||Oct 06 2005||A Tholian who can exist in a Human atmosphere claims sanctuary aboard the Phoenix-X when his experimenting-people come looking for him.||Unknown||2382|
|Episode 69||"Temporal Doom! Part I"||Oct 29 2005||The crew find that the Phoenix-X is fitted with the Temporal displacement drive from Berlinghoff Rasmussen's 26th century time travel pod. Section 31 orders them to travel to the future to apprehend Agent Rave, who is revealed to have travelled there and gone rogue.||Unknown||2382|
|Episode 70||"Temporal Doom! Part II"||Nov 11 2005||In the 29th century, the Phoenix-X catches up with Rave who is leading Starfleet against the Na'kuhl. Instead of coming over quietly, Rave time jumps his ship away, forcing the Phoenix-X to time jump after, in pursuit. The two starships then trek across space and time.||Unknown||29th century|
|Episode 71||"Temporal Doom! Part III"||Dec 23 2005||A tractor beam in mid time-jump knocks both temporal drives offline. Kugo resets the drive on the Phoenix-X and the next jump sends them to the Guardian of Forever.||Unknown||2382|
|Episode 72||"The 47's"||May 01 2006||The Phoenix-X begins to encounter strange occurrences of the number 47 throughout every aspect of the ship.||59699.9||2382|
|Comics 1||"Somewhere Out in Space"||Apr 22 2006||Captain Cell worries about his goldfish and deals with Section 31. Meanwhile, Commander Seifer attempts to trade with the Tarkaleans.||59771.7||2382|
|Episode 73||"Spider Agencies, Part I"||May 01 2006||The Phoenix-X monitors a highly classified political meeting to find that Theseus has been trying to sabotage them.||Unknown||2382|
|Comics 2A||"Present, Part I"||May 07 2006||The crew prepare for the 'fleet party'. Meanwhile, a murderous Nausicaan slips onboard.||59816.2||2382|
|Episode 74||"Spider Agencies, Part II"||May 22 2006||Lieutenant Commander Red, seeking the rite of vengeance, finds his latest target has already been killed, thus dishonoring his family. He rejoins the Phoenix-X to search for the killer.||Unknown||2382|
|Spin-off 8||"Crucial"||2006||The crew of the USS Crucial are forced to restart their logs. Meanwhile, a Ferengi ship accidentally attacks them.||59863.6||2382|
|Special 2||"Halloween Special"||Oct 19 2006||During a group simulation on the holodeck, a member of the crew is attacked by an unknown and one of his internal organs are stolen. As the crew panic, more and more officers begin losing vital internal organs.||Unknown||2383|
|Episode 75||"Transphasic Meltdown"||Dec 09 2006||Section 31 orders the installation of Transphasic torpedoes aboard the Phoenix-X.||60404.3||2383|
|Comics 2B||"Present, Part II"||Dec 18 2006||Doctor Lox discovers the Nausicaan, assassinated.||Unknown||2383|
|Episode 76||"Life 2"||Jan 19 2007||The Phoenix-X encounters a molecular reversion field, discovering a trapped and aging Kayl inside. Upon transporting her to safety, Kayl is turned young again.||Unknown||2383|
|Episode 77||"Broken Pieces"||Mar 13 2007||The Mirror Universe crew of the Phoenix-X are brought back to the present before their deaths in the past.||Unknown||2383|
|Comics 3A||"Secret Engine, Part I"||Mar 20 2007||Cell and Seifer attempt to explain the -X postfix to a visiting Andorian. Red resorts to extremes when the replicators stop producing gagh.||Unknown||2383|
|Episode 78||"These Aren't the Voyages..."||May 26 2007||The Phoenix-X is sent to Regula I to have an interphase cloaking device installed. Meanwhile, Amp, Kayl and Lox run an old prototype holodeck on the station that contains only one program: the Enterprise (NX-01)'s last adventure.||Unknown||2383|
|Episode 79||"Fantastic Method"||Aug 01 2007||The crew find themselves under the experimentation of the Srivani, until an infestation of interphasic organisms threatens everyone.||61048.3||2384|
|Flashback 1||"The Tilonian System"||Aug 22 2007||Back in the year 2374, Captain Aeris attempts to assist a doomed Phoenix, while Admiral Daniel deals with his Changeling status coming out of the closet.||51599.74||2374|
|Episode 80||"Forbidden Crossing, Part I"||Sep 12 2007||A giant Whale Probe approaches Farius Prime, the central location for the Orion Syndicate.||Unknown||2384|
|Episode 81||"Forbidden Crossing, Part II"||Nov 22 2007||A select group of Starfleet Corps of Engineers are brought onto the Phoenix-X to fix the ship's ultra-transwarp capability. Meanwhile, Q makes a surprise visit an anticipation of the drive being fixed.||Unknown||2384|
|Episode 82||"Forbidden Crossing, Part III"||Dec 09 2007||The Phoenix-X travels to the Andromeda galaxy in hopes of exploration and discovery, but instead encounter the unforgiving Kelvans.||Unknown||2384|
|Episode 83||"Remnants"||Mar 30 2008||Section 31 calls on the Phoenix-X when the Federation is threatened by a group of aliens called the Vendoth.||61669.5||2384|
|Comics 3B||"Secret Engine, Part II"||Nov 11 2008||Cell and Seifer discuss Data's off switch and the idea of commanding in a harsher dictatorship style.||62327.7||2385|
|Episode 84||"Displacement Syndrome"||Jun 12 2009||In 2377, the Borg Queen enlists Beck, from the Starfleet Corps of Engineers, to help in getting Berlinghoff Rasmussen's temporal displacement drive online. Beck defers to having it installed on the Delta Flyer, and when it is, he escapes to 2385.||62828.1||2385|
|Episode 85||"Triple Tribble Sunday"||Jan 31 2010||When Commander Seifer's Trill symbiont is brought into genetically altered sentience by a Srivani scientist, Lox responds by genetically altering a tribble into sentience.||63896.2||2386|
|Comics 4||"Starship Rounds"||Jan 31 2010||Cell wearies of being tough. The Phoenix-X runs out of torpedoes.||64405.6||2386|
|Episode 86||"Cybernetic Showdown"||Dec 17 2011||Omega is compelled, by a signal, to take control of the Phoenix-X and bring it to Fendaus V, where a revived Lore has adopted a planet-full of Mudd androids for his own devices.||65475.4||2388|
|Flashback 2||"Secret Occurrences"||Dec 28 2013||Discovering the Narendra III temporal rift, the out-of-sync Seifer is suddenly sent even further back in time to 2367 where he and the out-of-sync Daniel are enlisted by Section 31 to over-see the transwarp project that will eventually become the Phoenix-X.||Unknown||2367-2378|
|Episode 87||"Into Harshness"||Mar 02 2014||A divergent group of Hirogen start attacking Starfleet ships, prompting Starfleet to send two task forces after them. Meanwhile, Red deals with Klingon politics in the aftermath of the Hobus star explosion.||67632.8||2390|
|Special 3||"Acquisitioned"||Mar 08 2014||Cell tries to get his own personal collectable while helping a colony of Gallamites.||Unknown||2390|
|Comics 5||"In a Window, Darkly"||Apr 27 2014||The crew are sent to investigate an attack on a Gorn outpost.||67832.5||2390|
|Literary 1||"Nightmare Anomaly"||May 09 2014||On an exploration mission into unknown space, the Phoenix-X stumbles upon and gets caught in an uncatalogued, unusual anomaly.||87035.4||2410|
|Literary 2||"The New Frontier"||May 18 2014||After installing a new scanning system at Deep Space 9, the Phoenix-X triggers a phenomenon that sends it into an alternate universe, coined as Tribble Space.||Unknown||2410|
|Literary 3||"Gender Swap"||Jun 01 2014||Seifer and Kayl are accidentally transported to a universe where everyone is the opposite gender.||Unknown||2410|
|Literary 4||"Myths and Lore"||Jun 22 2014||The crew attempts to track down Lore-parts, which were stolen from Facility 4028.||Unknown||2410|
|Clips 1||"A Ferengi Rule"||Jun 29 2014||Seifer demonstrates his goto for difficult situations through like-minded Ferengi Rules of Acquisitions.||Unknown||2410|
|Literary 5||"Movie Night"||Jul 11 2014||Seifer allows a man with a recording device on the ship, getting more than he bargained for.||Unknown||2410|
|Episode 88||"The Nemesis Factor"||Aug 09 2014||Kugo defies orders to seek out her controversial sister, forcing Cell to team up with Tressa to go after her. Meanwhile, Seifer temporarily runs a freighter business.||Unknown||2391|
|Literary 6||"The Xindi Paradox"||Aug 14 2014||The IKS B'Cnah is sent back to the year 2033 where they must stop a Na'kuhl time traveler from altering Xindi history.||Unknown||2410|
|Literary 7||"Delta Rising"||Aug 21 2014||The IKS B'Cnah explores the Delta Quadrant, only to encounter the disruptive human-salamander offspring of Kathryn Janeway and Tom Paris.||Unknown||2410|
|Literary 8||"There's Always Some Strings Attached"||Sep 11 2014||Menchez is targeted for assassination by Rave but discovers that, thanks to Qu, he can't die.||Unknown||2410|
|Comics 6||"The Needs of the Frequent"||Sep 13 2014||Seifer engages in conversation with his crew.||87067.5||2410|
|Clips 2||"Last Words"||Sep 13 2014||In, what can only be, several alternate universes, Seifer and Menchez exclaim their very last words before death.||Unknown||2410|
|Literary 9||"STO Halloween"||Oct 06 2014||Menchez joins Seifer in a fall harvest festival aboard the Phoenix-X, meanwhile, recently imprisoned ex-Starfleet officer Avery is found dead.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 1||"Second Life"||Oct 28 2014||Harley Menrow wakes up on Starbase 001 in the 28th century and starts to remember his past life aboard the USS Crucial.||Unknown||2410, 2753|
|Clips 3||"Status Update"||Oct 30 2014||Seifer and Menchez join the trend of social media updates.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 2||"Lazarus"||Nov 22 2014||Grunley, Chief engineer of the USS Crucial dies on Kobali Prime and becomes the target of Kobali revivalists.||Unknown||2410|
|Literary 10||"Winter Wonderland Celebrations"||Dec 19 2014||Qu brings Seifer, Menchez and Aeris into his own makeshift version of Q's Winter Wonderland.||Unknown||2410|
Season 5 is the fifth and current season. It is continuing, and is in-progress.
|Unofficial 3||"Crew Members of the Jenova"||Jan 24 2015||The USS Jenova begins to experience a strange list appearing in the messhall, which begins to detail limits on what is allowed on the ship.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 4||Visit to a Weird Planet, Revisited - Again"||Feb 02 2015||The crew of the USS Jenova suddenly find themselves thrust into the movie-making world, on a set representing the Bridge.||Unknown||2410|
|Episode 89||"The Needs of the Plenty"||Feb 24 2015||The crew of the Phoenix-X attempt to track down the suddenly destructive Traveling Link.||68664.9||2391|
|Clips 4||"Captain's Prerogative"||Mar 17 2015||Seifer and Menchez go through trying times in the Delta Quadrant.||Unknown||2410|
|Episode 90||"For the World is Worldly and Such"||Apr 12 2015||The Phoenix-X investigates the destructive actions of a renegade asteroid and its Fabrini occupants.||Unknown||2391|
|Unofficial 5||"Teaching the Next Generation"||Apr 17 2015||Captain Reynolds of the USS Hijinx is called upon to give a lecture at Starfleet Academy, unaware of her real purpose as an unwitting agent of reconnaissance.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 6||"Delta Recruit"||May 04 2015||Reynolds travels back in time to convince her younger self to join the fight against the Iconians.||Unknown||2409 / 2410|
|Unofficial 7||"Better Angels of Our Nature"||May 27 2015||Reynolds joins Iviok, aboard the Jenova, on a mission to track down Menrow, who was last sighted destroying several Starfleet science ships.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 8||"Someone to Remember Them By"||Jun 09 2015||A Klingon named Treth confronts Menrow with his illegitimate child.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 9||"The Arrival"||Jul 30 2015||Menrow books too many dates at once and becomes caught in a no-win scenario.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 10||"The Sound of Q-sic"||Aug 25 2015||After defeating an invasion of Heralds at Quadra Sigma III, Captain Samya and the USS Dropzone are met with Qu who hijacks the ship with vicious 18th century French military uniformed animal things.||Unknown||2410|
|Clips 5||"Captain's Log"||Sep 21 2015||Several Captain's, including Oroku Seifer and Yuffie Samya describe events after the Iconian War.||87421.34||2410|
|Unofficial 11||"Aftermath"||Oct 04 2015||In the aftermath of the Iconian War, Samya attempts to make peace with herself at her sister's home in Japan.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 12||"In Session"||Oct 19 2015||Mika gets Samya into a counseling session until they're both surprised by an invasion of Bluegills.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 13||"What Are You Thankful For?"||Nov 20 2015||Michael McCary discovers a world being repeatedly conquered by the Klingon Empire.||Unknown||2410|
|ST Online 1||"Sunrise"||Dec 12 2015||Rear admiral Cid investigates a dying star in the Lukari system.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 14||"Winter Wonderland Celebrations"||Dec 26 2015||McCary and Samya discover Gingerbread men infected with the Calibus VII virus.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 15||"The Officer Exchange"||Jan 27 2016||McCary investigates the horrifying actions of spaceborne tribble aboard the IKS Rotog.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 16||"Nibiru"||Feb 17 2016||Samya joins the rest of Task Force Epsilon on a mission to explore a cluster of oddly-behaving black holes.||Unknown||2410|
|Clips 6||"Earth Spacedock"||Apr 23 2016||Aeris beams onto Earth Spacedock to be presented with a find from, rival, Captain Terry.||Unknown||2410|
|Episode 91||"Devil's Leftovers"||May 25 2016||The Phoenix-X discovers Ardra's crew are swindling worlds out of goods in the Bajor system.||Unknown||2392|
|Ragnarok 1||"Tabletop Beginnings"||Aug 09 2016||Oroku Seifer holds out at Earth Spacedock's synthbar before taking command of the USS Ragnarok.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 17||"Apparitions"||Aug 26 2016||Captain Sigon acclimates to his new ship, the IKS Baetal, believing he is seeing tribble everywhere.||Unknown||2410|
|Ragnarok 2||"Department Heads"||Sep 07 2016||Seifer holds his first briefing with the senior staff of the Ragnarok.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 18||"How the Mighty Have Fallen"||Sep 27 2016||Sigon is confronted by a group of Q.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 19||"Life or Death"||Oct 21 2016||The Baetal is infiltrated and hijacked by Captain Menchez who is on a suicide mission.||Unknown||2410|
|Ragnarok 3||"Neutrality for Beginners"||Dec 02 2016||Seifer investigates a Deferi colony world who is being bullied by the Breen.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 20||"A Wonderful Life"||Dec 17 2016||Captain Deloss of the IKS Masamune is suddenly sent into a universe where he is ranked Lieutenant junior grade.||Unknown||2410|
|Unofficial 21||"Holodeck Fantasy"||Jan 14 2017||With the Masamune getting upgrades at Galorda Outpost, Deloss and Thunk visit the holodeck to run the Sherlock Holmes program and bring sentience to James Moriarty.||Unknown||2410|
|Annual 1||"The Imposter"||Jan 30 2017||Captain Oroku Seifer discovers Tomsin faked his way into Starfleet and attempts to deport him, but is confronted by a quasi-energy microbe-infected twin brother also named Tomsin.||Unknown||2410|
|Annual 2||"L'amour est Parmi les Étoiles"||Feb 13 2017||The Ragnarok is enveloped in a Zanthi nebula infecting the entire crew with a "love at first sight" phenomenon.||Unknown||2410|
Some variant episodes and comics posted in the series timeline continue in parts, and are, in a sense, running parallel to the series.
The cut scenes were akin to a "deleted scenes" of a film/tv production, where blocks of text that didn't make it into the final cut of some episodes of Star Trek: Phoenix-X were collected separately.
The spin-offs for Star Trek: Phoenix-X were experimental stories focusing on other ships' or other perspectives related, previously, or in the story itself, to the USS Phoenix-X. They were started around 2003-2004, unfinished, and re-integrated back into Star Trek: Phoenix-X in 2014. As reintegrates, the spin-offs continue as Parallel fiction.
- A chatfic focusing on the crew of the IKS B'Cnah. Incomplete.
- A chatfic focusing on the crew of the USS Hijinx. Incomplete.
- A chatfic focusing on the crew of the USS Tsunami. Incomplete.
- Blog post style from the crew of the USS Crucial's points of views, as personal logs. Can be considered complete.
- A prequel short story, prose, not comedy, series tone. Complete.
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|USS Phoenix (NCC-65420-X) senior staff|
- "I don't need to be lectured by you. I was out saving the galaxy when your grandfather was in diapers!"
"My grandfather is in diapers."
- — Wallace and Seifer, "Forbidden Crossing, Part II"
- The X in the series and ship name is a parody of its use elsewhere (i.e. "X-Men", "X-Files", "xXx (Triple X)").
- Some early episodes, like "Jello Cubes" or "Find Voyager?", were written over AOL chat for fun between the two writers. Episodes after that began in length through emails, with one writer writing one section of an episode and the other writing the next part. This continued until Episode 21 when one writer (Hawku) continued the series onward alone. Only two episodes in the second season involved the other writer (DL), "Afterdeath"; and "Omega", which was written solely by the other writer (DL).
- As the first episodes of the first season were role-play, characters Gotens (later renamed Seifer) was played by Hawku, and Daniel (later renamed Cell) was played by DL. Ensign Dan was an accidental creation, misunderstood, between authors, to be played by DL at the beginning (as "Dan", in the first scene of "The Tiloniam System" with Gotens on the shuttle). "Dan" was quickly re-written as "Ensign Dan". This led Ensign Dan to be constantly be written as "relieved of duty" in nearly every episode as an in-joke.
- Some noticeable external influences on the series' elements and names came from other series: Xena: Warrior Princess, Final Fantasy VIII and Dragon Ball.
- A few episodes have been direct crossovers.
- The crew of the Phoenix-X are still in their same ranks and assumed ages by 2410. This is explained in "Delta Recruit" when several starships are said to have been caught in a massive molecular reversion field, in 2406, intermixed with an ion storm, the result of which causes hundreds of Starfleet officers and people to undergo a reduction in age. The trauma from the accident also causes all included to temporarily lose years of memories, and, in most cases, causes everyone to re-take Starfleet Academy in 2409. Retaking the Academy coincides with in-game events within Star Trek Online.
- Several characters from the 25th century portion of the series share the same experiences from the video game missions of Star Trek Online. It is a soft-break of the "fourth wall" that they all are semi-conscious of this whilst interacting with each other. The only differing experiences between characters are depicted through in-story from the Star Trek Online: Literary and Unofficial Literary Challenges.
- Episodes 89 to 91 were previously categorized as "Trek" instead of "Episode" and were switched over to "Episode" on May 31st, 2016. "Trek" episodes were previously labeled as: a variant Episode that is written in prose format and takes place in the same timeline as Episodes. These are named after The Trek BBS, where they are posted.
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