|STAR TREK FAN FICTION|
|Star Trek: Reloaded|
Star Trek: Reloaded was a fan fiction series, written in 2003, which follows the adventures of Lei Sanchez, a 21st century police officer, trapped in the 24th century. Lei would often use his 9mm hand guns as a signature weapon. The series began the process of being integrated into the Star Trek: Phoenix-X website on September 17th, 2016.
Star Trek: Reloaded consisted of a teaser and 24 sequential chapters.
In the 21st century, Lei Sanchez, a police officer, tracks down a criminal named Raiden to an abandoned warehouse where some sort of illegal transaction takes place and falls apart. When Raiden escapes said transaction, Lei confronts him in the parking lot, causing a deadly shoot-out between the two old enemies.
Lei awakens to the EMH on the runabout USS Trinity where Ensign Seanna Jackie from Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards informs him that it's 2379 and that she saved him from a Reman warbird. After checking up on his history in the Federation database, the Trinity docks at Deep Space 9.
On Deep Space 9, Lei attempts to stop Flerge, a Nausicaan dealer, from killing Quark, and, instead, incurs Flerge's wrath to chase. After losing him, Lei runs into the Jackie, again, who, during a confrontation with Starfleet security, chooses to run away. Both Lei and Jackie sneak aboard the USS Prometheus to get off the station.
While the Prometheus meets with the Jem'Hadar battle cruiser Neikada, Jackie manages to cause a power issue that gets everyone else to evacuate the top vector. She then detaches it from the ship and escapes, with the Jem'Hadar ship in pursuit. After fighting them off, Jackie and Lei take the vector to the coordinates Jackie was given at Deep Space 9. The vector drops warp before a Borg space city, mounted on two asteroids.
- "If only someone were here to see all that."
- — Krone, after fighting a whole army of Klingons
- The overall title was inspired by The Matrix Reloaded. 
- The fiction began on forums until being backed up on a webpage.
- As a grammatical inconsistency, Reloaded unexpectedly switches from present-tense descriptions to past-tense descriptions.