Welcome to the home of the Star Trek: Voyager fanfiction series Fifth Voyager. It is based on the premise that every time a decision has to be made or time travel alters the past, a new alternate dimension is created for the changes to play out in. The change that separates Fifth Voyager and Star Trek: Voyager lie in the new characters.
If you're still interested, you'll find the stories/episodes in the Episode Archive. If you're unsure where to start, I recommend having a quick look at the FAQ's.
Voyager and their new allies attempt to retrieve an ancient ship from the clutches of their shared enemy.
Released: 6th May 2019
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Last Updated: 6th May 2019
Emanations, State of Flux and The 2003's of B4FV Season One have been edited.
Coming Soon has all the updated info on what else I've been up to that I haven't finished yet.
"Halloween" has been added to "Marill Re-Reads Season Two".
The usual History pages have been updated; Episode Log, Episode Sizes.
A new banner for Precise Timings (and Resurrection) have been made.
New "Episode Battle" polls have replaced the previous ones.
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Morgan finds herself lost in the past before she joined the crew, only to discover her very presence there brings ruin to Voyager.
If you're shy and/or don't fancy talking to a mad woman named after a Pokémon who's been writing Voyager fanfiction for 18 years (who can blame you!), but would like to let me know in some fashion what you think of the series, you can do so in the Poll Section.
The main feature at the moment is Episode Battle. All episodes have been mixed up and chucked into 16 rounds where you pick your favourite. To make it easier to keep up with these, four rounds (a league) will go up for an undecided period of time (I will post when I decide). It's just a bit of fun, I hope.
The forums still host the Best Episode of Season Five and Reboot One polls, as well as Reboot Vs Original. So feel free to check those out too.
What is Reboot?
Reboot is the name of the massive project I stupidly decided to properly undertake in 2010, after a failed attempt in 2008. Officially started/released in 2012 with a few rewrites, or remakes if you'd prefer, of the first episode Aggressions and a few others. While Aggression(s) was rewritten from scratch, with the exception of a couple of scenes from the original edited in, there are many episodes that were left mostly intact, with new scenes replacing old ones. Several completely new episodes have been written to replace episodes I've deemed replaceable not only because they're awful, but not important to Fifth Voyager's canon.
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As you've probably seen already, the Reboot project has reached Season Two. Despite a productive first 2/3 months this year which resulted in Season One's completion and the (second) premiere of Two, the season ground to a halt due to my falling very ill. I'm still not well to be perfectly honest, I'm being treated for my illness (I hope) but it's a slow process and I wouldn't be surprised if I got worse before I got better.
For the moment though I've been able to write again, and barring a relapse I should be able to chuck at least 5 more S2 reboots before year end, if my averages are anything to go by. Click/press the link below to find out what is up and coming.
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Latest Additions: 6th May 2019
Marill Re-Reads Halloween
I was young and crazy ok, probably drun...hyper. Someone else wrote it. Cough.
NEXT TIME on Marill Re-Reads Season Two; The Mummy Almost Returns, hurray! It's actually not bad (hurray!), just long, very long. In the meantime feel free to cringe at older reviews.
Marill Re-Reads Season 2 || Season 1
The latest Reboot episode "F9: Control Failure" has a word count of 15,584. This one's been through the ringer and back, with different versions of it being either chopped up to be reused or scrapped altogether, I wasn't sure how the word count was going to end up. Not bad, I think. Season Two needs a few quicker reads like this and Saturday Night.
This is where "F9: Control Failure" currently ranks;
#85 // Previous Position #143 (+58)
Previous #85 position was Season Five's Virtual Fairytale.
Reboot Season Two #9 (appropriate), demoting Saturday Night to #10
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"F9: Control Failure" is unfortunately only the third full release of 2019. The edited prequel episodes don't count, since the differences are minor. F9 was always going to be a tough boot as while there wasn't much of the original to use, I still had a lot of its plot to follow. If it had been written better back in 2001, it would've only needed a bit of editing and a new scene or two near the end to fix the usual rush. The next three episodes have a lot more to work with, but I know at least one will still need much time devoted to it. Hopefully none of them will take as long. It's The Slayers reboot I'm dreading the most.
Other episode(s) that were released on or around the same date were; Thrown Key Part 1 (today, 18 years ago), The Seven of Nine Show (the 7th, three years old tomorrow), Fair Chance Part 2 (17 years old yesterday) and the first part of Oasis of Abatua (8th, also 17 years ago). "Interestingly" enough, Oasis of Abatua's later parts were delayed due to personal problems, so many that I started calling May cursed. That tradition still lingers on today. Ironic since it's the fifth month. Somebody's trying to tell me something.
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