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17 Sep 2017
These are one shots, short fills or clips of stories. They are not complete. Some I might continue on and write into complet stories, some I might not. I'm posting these here because I'm dying for some Khan and Kirk interaction and AO3 has been in rather short supply of that lately. All of these here will be Khan/Kirk to some degree or other. I'll update as I have things to post.
10 Sep 2017
In Appendix A of the Lord of the Rings is states "Arveleg son of Argeleb, with the help of Cardolan and Lindon, drove back his enemies from the Hills; and for many years Arthedain and Cardolan held in force a frontier along the Weather Hills, the Great Road and the Lower Hoarwell. It is said that at this time Rivendell was besieged. A great host came out of Angmar in 1409, and crossing the river entered Cardolan and surrounded Weathertop . . . A remnant of the faithful among the Dunedain of Cardolan also held out in Tyrn Gorthad (the Barrowdowns), or took refuge in the Forest behind it."
This is one story of how that might have happened.
17 Aug 2017
In Star Trek into Darkness Admiral Marcus declares that “John Harrison has just declared a one man war against Starfleet.” But did he? Let's take a closer look.
12 Jul 2017
One of the most contentious points made against Khan is that after stating “No ship should go down without her captain” he fires on the Enterprise, seemingly to destroy her. But as with all of Khan’s actions one needs to look deeper. With him it’s as much as what he doesn’t say or do as what he does.
Fandoms: Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek
11 Jun 2017
Khan has been cast as the greatest of the Star Trek villains. But while he might to an extent fill the role of villain in Wrath of Khan (though he caused far less damage and pain then Nero did under similar circumstances) I don’t think it’s fair to put that label on him in the original episode of Space Seed; antagonist certainly but not villain.