The best collection of the most implausible, ridiculous, gaudy, or just plain silly original Star Trek characters! :DFAQ
Anonymous said: I absolutely love your blog! I talk about it with my father, who has been a huge nerd for star trek since it first came out. The fits he throws over some of the OCs that are submitted here is beautiful! He loves your commentary too!
Oh my goodness, I’m so flattered!! Thank you so much! :D I’m glad I have the approval of a member of the OG, hehehe.
Anonymous said: I have no life either. *nods gravely I'm glad you approve! And that's the idea. I'm going to try and make it as believable as possible. I may submit his full bio for review in the next day or so before I start writing anything for him. I love this blog. <3
Sounds great! Feel free to ask any more questions if you have them. :) That goes for anyone else who needs Star Trek character advice, too!
Anonymous said: I submitted the previous ask about a Vulcan being raised by humans. Thank you for your swift reply! Can I ask if this is more feasible: his parents (both Vulcans in the medical field) came to Earth soon after the birth of their son to aid human researchers in finding cures for diseases that occur in humans and Vulcans. Because of their demanding schedule, my character was raised primarily by a nanny or other human caregiver, but later spent part of his childhood on Vulcan for education?
Haha, I just happened to be online because I have no life. ;)
That actually sounds like a very creative idea! I think it would work. He would probably pick up some human mannerisms that way, much to the chagrin of his parents, I would imagine. XD
Anonymous said: I have a male Vulcan character who was raised on Earth. I'd like for him to have been raised by humans but I can't think of a reason this would occur unless his parents had died (which seems overly dramatic). I imagine him with a personality similar to how I consider TOS Spock, adhering to logic but having secret admiration and attachment to humans, occasionally indulging in obvious emotion. Any tips on how to make this personality/history work?
Hmm. That’s a tricky one. I don’t think a Vulcan would be raised by human parents unless it was an extreme circumstance, because Vulcans are kind of isolationist and secretive about their culture, so he would probably be placed with a family on his native planet instead. The only way I can think of it possibly working is if a pair of Vulcan ambassadors to Earth became friends with a human couple, who became the child’s godparents, and adopted him after his Vulcan parents died… maybe. Even then, they wouldn’t be able to give him the necessary cultural or biological assistance inherent to a Vulcan’s normal development.
Also, just as a side note, Spock was able to embrace both his logical and emotional sides in the end because he is only half Vulcan, and because his emotions were inextricably tied to his friends on the Enterprise.
damian-speaks-chopnese-wayne said: So I made a Star Trek OC, albeit I'm fairly new to the fandom. Any good places to get the OC reviewed? Just to avoid any possible sue-ness?
akjsdlfhl WELCOME TO THE FANDOM! :D
I’d be happy to review your OC if you’d like! I don’t really know any other places…
Oh my god that poor thing is so under weight. Does she have bird bones?
Height : 7’3
Weight : 113 Ibs
AHAHAHAHA OMQ YOU’RE RIGHT. I didn’t even notice! EAT A SANDWICH, GIRL.
You can be bi and ace at the same time,though it depends what KIND of ace. I assume she means aceSEXUAL, who feel a lack of sexual desire but can feel romantic attraction. aROMANTICS don’t feel romantic attraction but can feel sexual attraction
biromantic asexual? but if that was the case she should’ve just said it outright
Yeah, that’s what I was thinking. Either they made a mistake, or someone’s a little confused about how sexuality works. :P
Give the one person a pat on huge back and a gold star
Oh, I will! This is for tensileheart!