Star Trek Discovery: The Sounds of Thunder

The red phenomenon has appeared again – and this time it has led Discovery to Saru’s homeworld. Determined to show his people that the vaha’rai transformation is not fatal, Saru insists on accompanying Burnham to the surface, but his presence swiftly angers the Kelpiens’ oppressors, the Ba’ul. Continue reading

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Star Trek Discovery: Point of Light

Chancellor L’Rell is having a hard time retaining her hold over the Klingon Great Houses, and having the not-quite-human, not-quite-Klingon Tyler by her side may be hindering more than it helps. Meanwhile, Amanda arrives on Discovery in the hopes of soliciting Burnham and Pike’s help in figuring out what happened to Spock, whilst Tilly struggles with her continuing visions of her childhood friend May. Continue reading

Star Trek Discovery: New Eden

A new signal leads Discovery to the Beta Quadrant, and a small colony of humans descended from a group who were abducted from Earth during World War III. Many of the colonists hold a deep religious belief in the angelic being who brought them to this world, whilst a few favour the scientific method. Pike and Burnham decide to head to the surface to unravel the mystery of how they came to arrive on the planet in the first place. Continue reading

Star Trek Discovery: Brother

The war with the Klingons may be over, but Starfleet is concerned about a brand new phenomenon – a series of mysterious red bursts that simultaneously occurred thousands of light years apart. Discovery has been tasked with investigating them, and to that end, they have been assigned a new captain – Christopher Pike of the USS Enterprise. As Pike takes the captain’s chair, Burnham finds herself both dreading and anticipating the chance to meet his science officer, her adoptive brother Spock. Continue reading