Star Trek Expanded Universe

Harry Potter and the Fountain of Possibilities is a fan fiction crossover by William Raymer. Like its predecessor story, Harry Potter and the Return of James T. Kirk, this story attempts to cross the universes of Star Trek and the motion picture versions of British author J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter book series.

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Chapter 1: Discovery

While en route to Earth for the groundbreaking of the Hogwarts Embassy, the USS Enterprise-A receives new orders from Admiral Kathryn Janeway: investigate a mysterious anomaly nicknamed the "Fountain of Possibilities." In the process, they discover the remains of the original USS Enterprise (NCC-1701).

Chapter 2: Investigation

The impact on the Federation of the discovery of the original Enterprise remains are explored as Harry and Ginny settle into their temporary quarters at Starfleet Academy.

Chapter 3: The Fire Inside

The identity of the mysterious passenger on the Jacqueline Dorsey is confirmed, and plans are made for his transport to the Klingon Homeworld.

Chapter 4: Strange Happenings

Harry, Hermione and Captain Raymer join Captain Klag of the IKS Gorkon for a traditional Klingon dinner, where Hermione shows just how Klingon she is turning out to be...

Chapter 5: All Hell Breaks Loose

A future Starfleet cadet from Hogwarts comes aboard Enterprise-A as the journey to Kronos continues!

Chapter 6: Shin Kakusei (True Awakening)

A team from the Enterprise-A attends a party Chancellor Martok throws for the return of Kruge to Kronos.

(Note: This story is in progress. Additional chapters will be added to this article as they are added to the story.)


The continuity of Harry Potter and the Fountain of Possibilities and the other stories of William Raymer's Harry Potter/Star Trek trilogy fully includes the following canon and non-canon works:

It also partially includes the following canon and non-canon works:


  • This story is based in part on a YouTube video entitled "Resurrection of the Enterprise" by Barry Chapman. Chapman is credited as the creator of the basic concept of the story through his kind permission.

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