"For the World is Worldly and Such" was the ninetieth episode of Star Trek: Phoenix-X. The 3-part episode was first published on The Trek BBS forums, one part at a time and is completed.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The Phoenix-X encounters the self-propelled asteroid, Yonada, being controlled by a Fabrini, man named Yelg, who has just stolen several warp cores from a solar orbital station near Farius Prime.

Posting guide[edit | edit source]

Title Posted Prod. Code Synopsis
For the World is Worldly and Such, Part I Apr 12 2015 PNX144_T002NA Kugo isn't able to get the engine parts she wants, so the Phoenix-X investigates the source: Farius Prime.
For the World is Worldly and Such, Part II May 30 2015 PNX144_T002NB Night Seifer and Kugo transport over to the asteroid Yonada to try and find out what's going on.
For the World is Worldly and Such, Part III Jul 17 2015 PNX144_T002NC Seifer and Kugo try to stop Yelg's plans for bringing back the Oracle of the People, while Armond commands the Phoenix-X into battle against remote controlled asteroids.

Background information[edit | edit source]

  • This episode predates all Literary episodes that take place in 2410, starting with "Nightmare Anomaly" where Oroku Seifer is Captain of the Phoenix-X.
  • The title "For the World is Worldly and Such" is a play on the episode title from TOS: "For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky", where the Fabrini are first introduced.
  • This episode's subject matter as being the Fabrini was chosen using an online random number generator, based on the number of episodes in Star Trek: The Original Series. The number chosen by the generator coincided with the episode "For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky". [1]
  • From Part I, the Orion, Ginyo, also appears in "Better Angels of Our Nature", where he is in command of the Orion corvette Hakkett.
  • Part I was written before "Better Angels of Our Nature".
  • In Part II, it is Wayfar's first appearance in Star Trek: Phoenix-X, in-universe-chronologically, but has previously appeared in Season 4's "Second Life", "Lazarus" and Season 5's "Better Angels of Our Nature", all which take place in the future year 2410.
  • Part II was written after "Better Angels of Our Nature".
  • This episode was previously labelled as a "trek" episode, and was re-categorized as an "episode" on May 31st, 2016.

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