06 Oct 2013
Jim Kirk is nine when a massacre on Tarsus IV leaves him without a family and without a home. Spock is twelve when a strange boy in the desert saves his sehlat. Families aren't born; they're made. The look in mother’s eyes at his correction remained a mystery long after the colors of the night sky and the complex patterns of distant nebulae had become translatable by means of distinct and relatively straightforward equations.
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23 Oct 2017
01 Dec 2013
The "yes" is out of Jim's mouth before he can think about it.
17 May 2013
Spock met Jim when he was 7 and Jim was 6. It has since been generally agreed that this was a mistake (or: the one where they grow up together and things are simultaneously better and worse for it).
11 Jun 2013
The first new-fangled planet they find is totally awesome, except for the minor, teensy-weensy problem of too-horny plants.
Whilst visiting Mrennenimus IV, Spock, Uhura, and Kirk ride a dirty dinosaur.