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Author's Note (01/02/16): The Guide to the Tsuki-52 is complete. I will be working on the profile stuff. Nevertheless, you have 28 days left to submit your suggestions. After that, I won't be accepting any.
Author's Note (12/31/15): After much consideration, I've decided that next year will be the LAST year as a contributor to FF.net, so I will no longer be writing after this year (12 years is a long time). I have been developing new interests, and I've written all that I can about my favorite series "Ranma Half" and "Sailor Moon". So, from this point on, I will be focusing on the following:
1) The Guide to the NuTsuki-52.
2) All Star Trek related stuff (2016 is the release of STAR TREK BEYOND, and it is the franchise's 50th anniversary).
3) The profile that will include the order of related stories, the timeline and the biography of Ranma an Usagi's kids (set in the fusion world of my mega-series).
As a thank you for reading my stories, as crazy as they have been, I will be taken requests. For the next 30 days, I will take story requests. I will either accept requests for NEW stories (albeit in the form of vignettes), or requests to complete my existing stories. Then, 30 days after that, those stories will be completed, and that will be that. The rest of the year will be focused on the aforementioned list that I mentioned above.
At any rate, I do want to wish you all a Happy New Year. Peace.
Author's Note (10/17/15): I am a fan of insane crossovers featuring Ranma Saotom (of "Ranma 1/2") and Sailor Moon (of, well, "Sailor Moon"), especially set in the world of "Star Trek". Comments and critiques are welcomed, but rude comments are not. They WILL be "moderated" (read: deleted). I write fan-fiction because I love writing as a means of unwinding from a hard day of working while going to school, so this is just a hobby that I don't mind sharing with others. Other than that, I hope you enjoy the "show".
The Children of Ranma Saotome and Usagi Tsukino!
I will be detailing this from time-to-time, but, in the meantime, here is a listing of R/U's kids, as well as the kids they had with other people:
Kenshin Rantsu (nee Kenshin Himura): Kenshin was born shortly before the arrival of the US Naval forces commanded by Commodore Matthew Perry, in 1853 CE. While Kenshin's parents, Lord and Lady Rantsu (i.e. Ranma and Usagi) were away to help with the negotiations between Japan and the Americans, the Tengu, seeking revenge on Kenshin's father for his humiliation, attacked the Rantsu Estate in the Land of Fire, resulting in many being killed. However, Kenshin's nursemaid managed to help the toddler escape, by putting him a basket made out of reeds. Floating to safety, Kenshin was found by a childless couple, who only knew that the child's name was "Kenshin". The child grew up to become first a master swordsmen, and then an assassin, during the so-called "Revolutionary War", and after learning that he possessed the Jusenkyo "girl-curse". Upon reflecting what he was, Kenshin wondered Japan, sparring others and seeking justice in a Japan that was becoming modernized. It was only until he learned his true heritage that he was able to find peace. Now, in modern times, Kenshin is happy-go-lucky sort, and is now the "daimyo" of the Land of Fire, in Hokkaido Prefecture, while working with the "hokage" of the Hidden Leaf Village. His life is still interesting, giving that his latest bride, Yuka Miroku, is a werewolf (a member of the Hakken tribe), with a baby on the way. He is still a master swordsman, having incorporated many of the Wind-style jutsus that the Rantsu clan are known for.
Genkai Rantsu: Genkai, born sometime after her older brother's disappearance, took after her parents by becoming a "Demon Hunter" (but not as a "magical girl" like her mother. Though trained in taijutsu, as all of the kids are, Genkai learned to master "Reijutsu" (or "spiritual arts"), as a part of her arsenal. However, mastering Reijutsu comes with a terrible price: it puts a tremendous strain on the body, resulting in premature aging. However, due to her heritage, Genkai recover after prolong use of Reijutsu, to become a person in her prime (appearing as an older teenager or young adult). However, due to a personal tragedy, and until recently, Genkai uses Reijutsu in order to always remain "decrepit" in appearance. Since coming to terms with her past, Genkai has accepted her natural looks, and has moved on with her life, even as she has accepted the role of "daimyo" of the Land of Sand, in Hokkaido Prefecture, while working with the "kazegage" of the Hidden Sand Village. Personality-wise, Genkai, though youthful these days, is still a bit of a curmudgeon when it comes to dealing with the youth.
Genshin Rantsu: Genshin is the youngest of the children born in the late 19th century. He was an aspiring martial artist, and a dedicate paladin for Justice. That changed when his Jusenkyo curse manifested on the night he had proposed marriage to he beloved Keiko, with Keiko's parents in attendance. Not only did Keiko's parents rejected Genshin's proposal, but Keiko herself rejects him. Enraged, and blaming his parents, Genshin began his descent into darkness, when he met an Infernalist who promised to cure his curse...for a price. Resigned to his fate, Genshin turned to the Dark Side, and subsequently founded the mystic-oriented "Black Dragon Society" (similar to the German "Thule Society"). Still seeking revenge, Genshin would move on to corrupt his younger sister Genkai's "sempai", even as he attempts to destroy both his parents and his parents' legacy. He would go on to influence with Axis Powers during World War II, and would clash against his parent on numerous occasions, as a "super-villain", culminating in his defeat at the hands of his father Ranma. However, it was his mother's love for her wayward son that resulted in Genshin's rehabilitation. Now, Genshin, though still the de facto "head" of the Tokyo Yakuza, has become the "daimyo" of the Land of Sound, while working closely with the "otokaze" of the Hidden Sound Village. Still, old habits die hard, which is why it is assumed that Genshin is still a "super-villain".
Naruto Uzumaki: When Ranma and Usagi died at the hands of the so-called "Mad God of Universal Sector 3600", they regenerated as Kushina and Minato respectively. Found by the Third Hokage of the Hidden Leaf Village (and unaware of their true selves), Kushina and Minato met, fell in love, and started a family on their own, only to be killed, again. However, from this union came the twins Naruto and Renata, young prodigies in the shinobi arts. By the time of the Fourth Shinobi War, Naruto has mastered his father's technique: the Rasengan. Besides skilled in a variety of jutsus, Naruto also mastered the talents of the Nine-Tailed Beast, whose power was split in half to prevent it from ever coming out into the world to wreck havok (his twin Renato possess the other half). He has also mastered Toad-Style "Senjutsu", making him into a formidable opponent on par with a hokage. Like his father and brothers, Naruto also has the Jusenkyo curse, which, amazingly, gives him an appearance similar to his sister Renata (though, to be fair, having developed the infamous "Sexy no Jutsu Technique" most likely activated this curse prematurely.
Renata Uzumaki ("Minato"/"Kushina"): The younger twin sister of Naruto. Like her brother Naruto, she shares the power of the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox, whose power was split in half when Madara Uchiha's henchman, "Tobi", attempted to steal the power of the Demon Fox while their mother Kushina (aka "Ranko Tendo") was in the middle of labor with Naruto and Renata. Since then the twins have mastered the power of the Demon Fox far beyond previous hosts, even to the point of having the power of the Demon Fox long after Tobi, under the influence of the mysterious "Zetsu", had successfully re-acquired all nine tailed demons. Like her brother, Renata is skilled in Senjutsu (among other talents), with the emphasis on the Snake-stye (Naruto's emphasis is on the Toad-style). As a result, Renata can summon various arts associated with the Serpent, just like such shinobi as Orochiko (aka Usagi-fused-with-the-villain-Orochimaru), her mentor Anko, her cousin Sasuke, her older brother Genshin and her mother's retainer/lieutenant/henchman Nurse Kabito-chan (a female version of Kabito the Medical Ninja). Her other specialties include the Wind Element (from which she can fashion weapons from) and the Sealing Arts (a legacy of the Land of Whirlpools).
Genko Uzumaki ("Minato"/"Kushina"): The youngest of the Uzumaki children, Genko is perhaps the darkest of the trio. Born in deep space, somewhere in the so-called "Uncharted Territories, Genko has never felt at home on Earth, being more interested in learning about non-humans. When she was born, a malevolent entity named Maldis attempted to take over the girl, only to be sealed away inside an ordinary teddy bear, by Kushina, which would later serve as Genko's protector. Upon her arrival to Earth, Genko's parents have made an effort to give their child as much of a normal life as possible, knowing that, in the far future (1 billion years from the present), Genko is destined to become Glorianna, the Queen of the Unseelie Court (the power structure of the Sheeda). As Glorianna, she would the inspiration of many stories throughout the history of Humankind as the so-called "Evil Queen" (though, later, it would be revealed that several women have also inspired this well-known "trope"). Nevertheless, Glorianna, from the FAR future, would use the Sheeda to "harvest" the cultures of many civilizations throughout Earth's history, only to be stopped the silver-skinned superhero Bulleteer, who, ironically, is the descendant of Earth's first superhero Aurakles, the son of Rhea the Goddess and Izanagi (from an illicit love-affair). Thus, the prophecy would be fulfilled, "The Spear (Bulleteer) that was never thrown would end the Last of Its Blood (Glorianna/Genko). Sadly, no matter what, Genko will become Glorianna, the last of Ranma's bloodline.
Diana Trevor/Wonder Woman of Themiscyria (Hippolyta/Ranma): When Ranma finally left the Underworld, after being banished there by his son Genshin, at the end of World War I, he did so while prisoners from Tarturus were attempting to escape through "Doom's Doorway", located on Paradise Island, home of the legendary Amazons. In an awesome display of physical prowess, Ranma defeated the dreaded "Hundred-Handed", inspiring the Queen's Guard to force the remaining prisoners (damned souls, monsters, demons and unreformed Titans) back into the Underworld. That night, Hippolyta, who had a crush on the legendary warrior from the ancient days, thanked Ranma during a night of celebratory merriment. A year later, Diana of Themiscyria was born. Diana grew up knowing that her father was a god Izanagi (Ranma's god identity), and that her grandparents were the gods Ares and Aphrodite, but it was her mother's influence that shaped her into the greatest warrior of the modern age: Wonder Woman. Diana would go on to participate in World War II as member of the Justice Society of America. Later, she would become a founding member of the Justice League of America. Having been married faithfully for many years, until the death of her mortal husband Steve Trevor, Diana has recently been dating her long-time ally and close friend Clark Kent, aka "Superman", who has only recently moved on since the death of his wife, the original Lois Lane, ten years before. In the future, the couple will start a family of their own, with one of their children, a teenage daughter named Eiko ("A-ko") Magami, who would become instrumental in the defeat of an insane version of Superboy.
Drusilla/Donna Troy/Wonder Girl/Troia of Themiscyria (Hippolyta/Ranma): The younger sister of Diana, Drusilla, unlike her sister, was born from clay, using a drop of blood and hair from her older sister, making them essentially twins. Unfortunately, she would be later kidnapped by an enemy of her sister, The Dark Angel (who later turned out to be an evil version of Drusilla from a possible future), in an effort to create a "Dark Angel" (thus fulfilling a twisted temporal paradox). However, the Titan Rhea intervenes, and rescues the girl a part of creating a new generation of Titans. Later, Drusilla, under the alias "Donna Troy", would return to Earth as the super-teen known as "Wondergirl", inspired by her older sisters exploits. It would be then that Donna Troy would be reunited with her family, and later join the Teen Titans as its founding member. When she and the Titans grow up, Donna becomes a member of the New Titans as "Troia". Later, after her older sister Diana ascends to Olympus as the Goddess of Truth, Donna assumes the mantle as "Wonder Woman II".
Elena Walters/Hulk-Grrrl (She-Hulk/Ranma): Thanks to the machinations of the super-villain known as "The Leader", the child of Jennifer Walters and Ranma Saotome was kidnapped, and had her latent gamma-powers awakened, thus becoming "The Blue She-Hulk"! Unlike her mother, Elena wants to be normal, but knows that she will be a target of gamma-powered villainy.
John Connors (Sarah/Ranma): In this timeline, due to a mistake, Ranma takes the place of Kyle Reese as Sarah Connors protector...only to end up fathering the Sarah's child, who would grow up to become John Connor, the leader of the Human Resistance, who will be at war against the aggressive Skynet and its Terminators.
Kenma Saotome (Akane/Ranma): The youngest child of Ranma and Akane of the present era. So far, the child has had a normal upbringing, in spite of his heritage, and is just now learning martial arts.
Randis/Leah Ransdotter (Lokidis/Ran-Izanagi): The daughter of the Trickster is destined to become Randis, the Goddess of Discord, circa 24th century. But, for now, Leah is content in making mischief with her brother Ikol during family gathering.
Mara/Marller Ransdotter (Hild/Ran-Izanagi): Though daughter of Ran-Izanagi and Hild, Lord of Norse Underworld (called "Hel"), she has been relegated to the role of "imp" as punishment for some unknown crime. In the future, her true heritage would free her from her burden, thus making her into a proper heir.
R'maind'r Robinson/Redfire of Tamaran (Blackfire/Ranma): "Redfire" is the crown princess of Tamaran, located in the Greater Vega Star System (home to a number of competing alien powers). Though a mother is an "anti-villain", Redfire strives to become a hero, in spite of her arrogant demeanor. Like all Tamaranians, she can absorb solar radiation to increase her physical prowess nearly as great as a typical Kryptonian. Unique to females of her mother's species is the ability to fly and project energy bolts. However, this is only possible as long as a Tamaranian female's hair stay lengthen (if its cut, flight and energy bolts are not possible). Presently, Redfire is married to Dr. William Robinson (son of Drs. John and Maureen Robinson of the famous Jupiter Project), and both of them serve aboard the ironically-named USS Enterprise, an Icarus-class (BC-305 series) cruiser that is lighter than the Daedalus-class (BC-304 series) that emphasized speed and maneuverability over its heavier cousin, and is primarily used for exploration and scientific pursuits.
Reiko Rantsu (Miko/Ranma): The Rantsu clan and the Miroku clan were staunch allies during the First Shinobi War. In fact, Lord Ranshin (the head of the Rantsu clan) and Lady Maria (the head of the Miroku clan) were fairly close, until Maria decided to formally "wed" her clan to the clan of Lord Sikima, King of the Shikima. Decades later, Maria's daughter, Miko, decides to pursue Ranma Saotome as his fiancee, in order to united her clan with that of the Rantsu clan. She does, but learns that "Ranshin" and Ranma were the same person, thus allowing the original promise of uniting the clans together. Now, Reiko (1/4 demon and demi-goddess) is training to become the best shinobi she can be, with the goal of becoming a demon hunter and protector of feminine virtues.
Cassie/"Batgirl" (Shiva/Ranma): Lady Shiva wants to be the best martial artist alive, so she trains and makes challenges constantly, and eventually meets Ranma Saotome, who also wants to be the best martial artist alive. After losing to Ranma, Shiva decides that if she couldn't be the best martial artist of HER generation, then perhaps her progeny will become the best in the next generation. So, she seduces Ranma and has her child: Cassandra. From the day the girl could walk, Shiva takes Cassie on a journey around the world, studying under various martial arts masters. By the time the girl is a teenager, Cassandra is a living weapon. Thankfully, her father Ranma intervenes, and takes the girl into his care. And when Barbara Gordon, the original Batgirl, is temporary crippled (and thus assumes the identity of the information broker known as "Oracle"), Cassie, under the wing and tutelage of Batwoman (one of her father's identities), becomes the "new" Batgirl. Later, when Barbara is able to resume her Batgirl role, Cassie changes the name of her hero's guise to "Komori" ("of the Bat") to honor her Japanese heritage while remaining a part of her new family: The Baman's. Already trained in the Taijutsu Arts, Cassie is continuing her training in other shinobi arts, as well as developing her skill-sets in within the Western style education system. Due to her mother's influence, the girl rarely speaks, preferring to let her actions do the talking.
Humanoid Cylon #14/Rhea/Etc. (Ranma/Humanoid Cylon #6): With his friends captured by the Cylon Machine Empire, Ranma was giving a choice to undergo an "intimate" experiment with Humanoid Cylon Model #6, in order to free his friends. Intrigued, Ranma accepted the offer. Surprisingly, nine months later, a machine, designed to look and feel human on the microscopic level, gives birth to a girl (Ranma, being a god, can mate with anything and anyone successfully, which was unknown to his captors). However, another Humanoid Cyclon model, Model #1, bent on killing humans, takes the girl, and has her mass produced as a 14th Cyclon Model, to replace one of the original models Number 1 had destroyed out of jealous. Manipulated into doing Number 1's bidding, Number 14 becomes even more genocidal than Number 1, thinking that her father abandoned her in favor of the humans. Eventually, the truth comes to the forefront, Number 1 is stopped (i.e. "boxed") and Number 14 meets her father. Since then, Number 14 and the other pro-humans have been working with the Colonial Remnants (those who fled from Kobol and the Cylon Genocide) to repair the damage done by Humanoid Cylon Number 1. In fact, she has led her people into protecting the Tauri (i.e. humans from Earth) from other machine races, such as the Borg Collective, the Daleks, the Mechanoids and the Cybermen for instance.
Mito Rantsu (Tsunade/Ranma)
Queen Mera/Aquawoman (Ranma/Unknown Sea Queen from another Dimension)
Willamina "Bille" Saotome/Sailor Shazam (Ranma/Usagi)
Mario Saotome/Tengu the Magician (Ranma/Usagi)
Rose Tyler ("Pete"/"Jackie"): During a special assignment for the British government, Ranma and Usagi used "flesh suits" under an assume identity for that assignment, and kept those identities (Peter and Jackie Tyler respectively). The result was the birth of a blond, British girl named Rose Tyler, the first companion of the ninth incarnation of the Time Lord known as "The Doctor". After a while, Rose was recruited by the Torchwood Foundation as a field operative for the London Branch, out of the Smith Estate (which her parents owned). When not doing assignments for Torchwood, Rose is training to become a "Time Lord" in her own right.
Natsume Tendo (Akane/Ranma): Natsume is the eldest daughter of Akane and Ranma, from the future (circa 22nd century). Both were saved from an assassination attempt by the Tal Shiar (the Romulan intelligence agency) by "Missy", who would turn out to be a version of the Master (a rogue Time Lord) who had taken over their mother's body, at a later point in time. Unlike her younger sister, Natsume is an intense practitioner of the Anything Goes Martial Arts, and is not above defeating her foes at any cost. Ironically, it was after being defeated by younger versions of parents that Natsume begins to soften her stance, though she is still committed in being the best, and most worthy, heir to her family martial arts style. As part of her arsenal, she uses a rug beater to create a tornado effect. When combined with her sister's ribbon technique, she can create an intense energy stream similar to a Kamehameha Wave attack.
Karumi Tendo (Akane/Ranma): Karumi is the youngest daughter of Akane and Ranma, from the future (circa 22nd century). Both were saved from an assassination attempt by the Tal Shiar (the Romulan intelligence agency) by "Missy", who would turn out to be a version of the Master (a rogue Time Lord) who had taken over their mother's body, at a later point in time. Unlike her older sister, Karumi is gentle and kind to others, and is a voracious eater (even to the point of enjoying her mother Akane's notorious cooking). She is an expert in the use of her hair ribbon, to be used as both a prehensile weapon as well as a cutting weapon. When combined with her older sister's rug beater techniques, she can create an intense energy stream similar to a Kamehameha Wave attack.
Charlotte (Madam Pampodore/"Ranshin"): Charolotte is an immortal "holy warrior", and former French revolutionary, whose duty is to keep the forces of the Japanese god of evil Amatsu-Mokabisha in check. Ironically, Amatsu-Mokabisha is her half-brother, since their father is Izanagi.
Horus (Bes/"Ra"): A Gao'uld prince who is the son of the avatar of Bes (a Gao'uld Systems Lord) and the avatar Ra (the symbiotic organism that lurks within Ranma's body. Ironically, Ranma, the host, is Izanagi, the All-Father of the Japanese gods, making Horus a demi-god and possible contender as the leader of the Gao'uld, much to the annoyance of Anubis and Baal, rival Systems Lords.
Atomic Bonnie (Atomic Betty/Ranma): Bonnie Saotome is the daughter of the legendary Galactic Guardians member Atomic Betty and Green Lantern Ranma Saotome, made possible when the pair were stuck in hyperbolic space which sped up time. Bonnie, born to Betty, followed in her mother's footsteps as the most recent member of the Galactic Guardians. However, she has also internalized the power of the Green Lantern emotion spectrum, allowing her to harness the Violet Spectrum. Unfortunately, this makes Bonnie a target for recruitment by the Zamorans (the sponsors of the Star Sapphires).
Kiba Inuzaka (Tsume/Ranma): The result of a one-night encounter while on an undercover mission conducted by Ranma and the head of the Wolf Clan. However, due to politics, Kiba has yet to realize who his father is. In the mean time, Kiba is a master in the Senjutsu arts, Wolf-style, and is a "kinfolk" to the Garou (i.e. "werewolf"), specifically the Hakken breed of the East. As a result, Kiba has an affinity to the gifts of the wolves, including enhanced senses and physical prowess. Also, Kiba has the potential to become Hakken himself, should he undergo a special changing-breed ritual, conducted by the Hakken elders.
Timeline for Sailor Moon ST and The Ranma Trek!
Just to be clear, here is a brief timeline (to be updated form time-to-time) of events (with slight changes to canon sources in order to fit the narrative):
1987 CE: Ranma Saotome and Usagi Tsukino are born. Interestingly, both are born during the Year of the Cat (according to the Vietnamese New Year Calendar) and the Year of the Rabbit (according to the Chinese New Year Calendar).
1993 CE: At age six, Ranma begins his ten-year training journey.
2001 CE: At age fourteen, Usagi becomes the magical girl "Sailor Moon", the soldier of Love and Justice.
2003 CE: Ranma returns home to Japan to meet the Tendo family. Unfortunately, he and his father brings with them trouble, most notably a gender-bender curse from the mysterious Jusenkyo Springs, located in "Mystic China" (a place where very few can travel to and from). Oh, and Ranma is officially betrothed to Akane Tendo, the youngest of the Tendo Sisters.
2004 CE: Usagi and her fellow Sailor Scouts defeats Chaos, sealing it away for 1000 years. The group goes into semi-retirement, now that the threat poised by the Negaverse (aka "The Anti-verse" or "Anti-Universe") has ended, which is followed by the champion of Earth Tuxedo Mask proposing marriage to Usagi.
2005 CE: Ranma defeats the legendary demi-god known as Saffron, lord of the Phoenix Folk, in order to save Akane's life. Unfortunately, he sacrifices his attempt to cure himself of his Jusenkyo curse in the process. Later, a failed wedding attempt causes Ranma and Akane to wait a while longer before getting married, until Ranma and Akane's rivals/suitors have been dealt with first. During the summer, just after both Ranma and Usagi graduated from the respective high schools. a rival of Ranma springs a trap on the martial artist, designed to banish him from time and space. Unfortunately, Usagi becomes of unintended victim of the trap as well, sending the pair to a different time...and place.
2148 CE: 18 year old Ranma and Usagi travel from the 20th century to the 22nd century via mysterious temporal rift, thanks to a trap set by Tatewaki Kuno.
2150 CE: R/U joins the United Earth Space Academy.
2151 CE: Cadets R/U signs up to participate in a United Earth Space Probe Agency program (i.e. "The Warp Five Project") that lands them an assignment on the experimental starship NX-01 "Enterprise", under the command of John Archer.
2153 CE: An attack by the mysterious Xindi on Earth earns R/U a field commission, thus allowing them to graduate from the academy early. As a result, Ensign Ranma joins the commando team MACO, while Usagi becomes a bridge operations officer.
2156 CE: Ranma and Akane (who is still alive at this point) marry. A year later, their first child, Karumi (oldest sister from the anime OAV "Akane and Her Sisters") is born. That same year, the "Earth-Romulan War" begins.
2160 CE: Ranma's decisive actions during the Battle of Cheron leads to the defeat of the Romulans, making him into a war hero. Unfortunately, this would later cause Romulan Tal Shiar (an intelligence agency) to seek revenge against Ranma, with the murder of his wife and children (Natsumi, Karumi and Shinma) via a bombing that seemingly vaporizes the entire hospital. However, unknown to all, the Time Lord known as "The Master" saves them from harm at the last moment, though for some unknown purpose. Later that same year, an armistice of peace is signed (i.e. the Treaty of Algeron), resulting in the creation of the Romulan Neutral Zone.
2161 CE: The United Federation of Planets and Starfleet is formally inaugurated.
2162 CE: Distraught, Ranma sinks into depression, only to have Usagi (now a diplomat) hires him to escort her and two other crewmates (T'Pol and Hoshi Sato) on a goodwill tour of the newly-established Federation. However, the Tal Shiar attempts to sabotage the tour by causing a "jump gate" to collapse on them during the transport process. However, Ranma and T'Pol figures out a way out of the trap, but ends up going on a 10,000 year journey across time (past and future) and space (including multiple dimensions, timelines and worlds) before returning back to the year 2262, on Vulcan. As a result of this journey, Ranma and his companions are effectively immortal (among other things).
2164 CE: Remember his promise, and urged by Nabiki Tendo (now known as "N", the head of the super-secret intelligence agency known as "Section 31"), Ranma gets revenge on the people responsible for Akane and his children's death. In exchange for his vengeance, Ranma become Nabiki's secret agent, most notably against the Orion Syndicate.
2169 CE: Usagi, on board the Weyland-Yutani cargo ship (as a passenger), the SS Nostromo, disappear within the mysterious "Uncharted Territories" (a region of unexplored space), along with its crew.
2186 CE: Ranma is sent into the Uncharted Territories by Section 31, along with the daughter of one of the lost crew-members (named Amanda Ripley) and a contingent of Starfleet Marines, to investigate the disappearance of the Nostromo. Upon arrival, they learn that Weyland-Yutani had secretly established a research colony in violation of the Federation directives. Upon arrival to Planet LV-426, they discover a horrifying secret that results in the loss of additional lives and the destruction of the research colony. Only Ranma, Amanda and a few other survive the experience. Later, Ranma and Amanda become a couple, and start a life together.
2199 CE: Earth is attacked by the mysterious Gammalons, thanks to the combined use of "Planet Bombs" and teleportation technology (which circumvent Starfleet's defenses). Ranma is selected to become "First Officer" aboard the refurbished Space Battleship Yamato, under veteran starship commander Captain Abraham Avatar. The design of the latest starship was purposely chosen as a ploy against the Gammalons. While on board, Ranma meets an android version of Usagi (made by Weyland-Yutani at Nabiki's request) named "Selena". Ranma is resistant to this synthetic because of who she looks like, but becomes protective of after an attack by the Gammalons. They become friends.
2203 CE: The mysterious aliens known as the Dingull uses the water world of Aquarius (may be the source of the stories regarding "The Great Flood" in an attempt to flood the Earth, and thus claim the planet for themselves. Selena sacrifices her existence to stop the Dingull's plans. Meanwhile, Amanda is diagnosed with cancer, thanks to the radiation from the Planet Bombs.
2216 CE: Amanda succumbs to cancer. That same year, Ranma learns that Weyland-Yutani may know more about what happened to Usagi than originally thought, so he uses Section 31's resources to determine the truth of the matter.
2217 CE: Thanks to his contacts within the Orion Syndicate, Ranma learns that Usagi and a few other "volunteers" were experimented on, after they being exposed by "xenomorphic" agents. As a result, Usagi, Amanda's mother Ellen Ripley and a few others (some being clones) were made into "super soldiers" by Weyland-Yutani, thanks to a contract awarded to them by Section 31. The result is the destruction of this latest facility, and Ranma cutting ties with his former employers.
2218 CE: A year into being on the run from Section 31, Ranma and Usagi are passengers on the transport ship, the SS Gratzner-Hunter, and crash lands on a world of perpetual twilight. They become friends with the escaped criminal Riddick, while Ranma helps Usagi reclaim her humanity. The survivors of the crash manages to escape their hell, only to be captured and used for sport by the notorious mercenary Amanda Clingsworthy. Shortly after that encounter, Ranma and the others find safety on the Federation colony Chikyuu. There, the survivors go their separate ways, but Ranma and Usagi decides to get married while adopting an orphan boy named Son Goku. Thanks to Nabiki, Section 31 backs off on their hunt for the pair, and the Federation government exonerates them for any wrong doing on their part. Unfortunately, the new family would get caught up in the plans of that world's domineering force known as the Red Ribbon Army, as well as face other threats. On the plus side, Ranma would enhance his already formidable martial arts skills as a result of searching for the mysterious "Dragonballs" with the daughter of a local scientist named Bulma Briefs. Hijinks ensues.
2220-2223 CE: While on a routine flight back from Earth to Chikyuu, Ranma, Usagi and Young Goku gets sidetracked, and ends up on a duplicate Earth (a result of the mysterious race known as "The Preservers") known as Jeegoo. There, the family learn of Elemental Bending, as well as the role of Jeegoo's guardian, known as the Avatar. Unfortunately, the family get swept up in the events on Jeegoo, even so far as Ranma becoming the Avatar, albeit briefly. In the end, Ranma nearly sacrifices his marriage in order to placate the daughter (Princess Azula) of the Fire Lord, the aggressor of the war between the four nations on Jeegoo, with a promise of marriage. Ironically, Azula would turn out to be the reincarnation of Rei Hino, also known as Sailor Mars of the late Silver Millennium. Usagi uses her powers to reawaken Azula's true memories. Upon the ending of the wars on Jeegoo, Ranma, Usagi and Goku return to Chikyuu.
2224 CE: Son Goku, after winning the last martial arts tournament to be held Chikyuu for a long time, against the son of the Demon King Piccolo, gets married to Toph Bei Fong, an Earth Bender from Jeegoo, after she and the daughter of the Ox King battle for Goku's hand in marriage. Soon after, Ranma and Usagi finally return to Earth.
2225 CE: Ranma and Usagi uses their resources to live as teenaged high school students in Buenos Aires, Argentina. There, Ranma gets a crush from a girl named Delores "Dizzy" Flores. However, the dream to have a normal life ends due to the invasion of the insect race known as "Arachnids", forcing the couple to re-enlist into Starfleet (with Ranma as Mobile Infantry and Usagi as a Flight Officer). Later, Dizzy is mortally wounded in action, but, thanks to the use of Potarra Earrings from the Supreme Kai (immortal guardians of the Universe) and the mystic powers of Internal Alchemy (see: Palladium Book's "Mystic China" for details), which Ranma also knows, Usagi merges one of her immortal replicas to Dizzy, thus saving Dizzy's life in the process. This also sets the precedence of Usagi using her replicas (not to be confused with the techniques "Shadow Clone no Jutusu" and "Multi-Form") to merge with the lives of others that mortally wounded.
2228-2230 CE: Ranma and Usagi take a leave of absence to deal with a crisis involving Son Goku and friends, with the warrior race known as the Saiyans invade Chikyuu. During this time, Usagi takes an experimental strength-booster serum, based upon her grandson Gohan's genetic structure, that inadvertently gives Usagi the qualities of a Saiyan. Thus, later, Usagi is able to become a Super-Saiyan during her fight with the Ice Demon princess Frost, on the planet Namek (source of the mystic Dragonballs). The couple return to duty after the destruction of Dr. Gero's Android Cell.
2230 CE: The Federation-Arachnid War concludes with the pacification of the planet OM-1, the homeworld of the Arachnid. Usagi, using her role as the fabled "Sailor Moon", convinces the Queen Bug to cease hostilities, with the threat of the Q-Bomb (a planet "cracker") as a tool for negotiations. Unfortunately, Nabiki uses this crises to further her hold over the Federation via Section 31. Later that year, the cat-like race known as the Dilgar begins its expansion plans, sparking the Federation-Dilgar War.
2231 CE: Ranma and Usagi are recruited into the Federation Marshal Service as a pretext to tracking down and recruit the infamous criminal Riddick, in order to stop marauding race of undead warriors of the Necromonger Empire. The mission is a success, but not before Usagi undergoes the process of being a Necromonger Princess. Ironically, the process of conversion gives long-time friend Dr. Bulma Brief of Chikyuu the means to lessen the acidic nature of Usagi's blood, thus allowing her to have children.
2232 CE: Aiko Saotome (the future Anna Sheridan) is born to Ranma and Usagi on Earth. The Dilgar are defeated, when the star of their homeworld suddenly goes supernova (rumor has it that this was deliberate). The race is saved thanks to Ranma's intervention, who initiates a mass "Instant Transmission Technique" that nearly kills him in the process. The result is a race of cat people who becomes loyal to a man who, ironically, has a catphobia.
2233 CE: While returning to Earth, via the Federation ship USS Kelvin, Ranma and Usagi meets George and Winona Kirk, the parents of future friend and commander James T. Kirk. Shortly after, a cosmic event occurs, thanks to the incursion of the Romulan mining ship, the Nerada, inserts itself into the path the USS Kelvin via temporal means. Thus, two timelines are created: one where the Nerada did not go into the past, and another where it did. Unknown to all at that time, a version of Usagi and one other person, both from the same future timeline as was the Nerada, would end up on this alternate timeline as well.
(A/N: From this point on, the years with either have "PT" for "Prime Timeline" and "AU" for "Alternate Timeline", which represents the new STAR TREK films. And, remember, while STAR TREK is the central element in this series, other science-fiction and fantasy properties can be included.)
2237 CE (PT): The Saotome clan return to Chikyuu for a family reunion with the Son family, only to face the threat of the wizard Babadi and the menace known as Majin Buu.
2239 CE (PT): The Saotome clan return to Chikyuu for a family vacation, only to face the twin threats poised by Abo and Kado.
2240 CE(PT): Due to increased hostilities with the Klingon Empire, and wanting to meet future challenges poised by other regional powers, Starfleet brings in Ranma and Usagi onto a new project to develop a "heavy cruiser". They are assigned to help Captain Robert April and his team to launch the Constitution-class starship, NCC-1701 USS "Enterprise" ahead of schedule.
2241-2246 CE(PT): The USS Enterprise has its first Five-Year tour, which undergoes its "shakedown" cruise. A year into the mission, Ranma and Usagi takes an emergency leave of absence back to Chikyuu in order to deal with the emergence of a new threat: Beerus, the God of Destruction. As a "parting gift", Beerus brings back all of the Z Warriors' previous foes. A year later, after Beerus is defeated for good, Usagi and Ranma return to duty.
2242 CE(PT): Son Pan and Bra Briefs are born. Unknown to all, Bra is destined to become one of Ranma's wives in an alternate, future timeline, much to her father Vegeta's chagrin.
2245 CE(PT): A first contact mishap with the enigmatic Minbari leads to the Federation-Earth War, essentially stretching Starfleet's resources considerably. Thankfully, the Constitution-class starships are more than capable off holding off both the Kilingons and the Minbari, especially since the Minbari and the Klingons are NOT acting in tandem (due to their cultural experiences).
2247 CE(PT): The Klingons take advantage of the hostilities between the Minbari and the Federation, thus sparking the so-called Four Year War between the Federation and the Klingon Empire. Thankfully, the Minbari refuses an alliance between Minbar and Q'onos (the Klingon homeworld). After a brief refit, the USS Enterprise embarks on its second Five-Year Tour by officially joining the war effort against the Minbari and the Klingons.
2248 CE(PT):The Federation-Minbari War ends at the Battle of the Line, when the Minbari, in a last ditch effort to end the war, uses a new form of stealth technology to "jump" right in Earth's orbit, the heart of the Federation. Captain April and the crew of USS Enterprise uses this surprise attack to track down the location of the Valen'Tha, the sister-flagship of the Minbari "Gray Council". Upon boarding the ship, Ranma and Usagi meets captured Starfleet pilot Jeffrey Sinclair and Setai Delenn, member of the Gray Council's religious caste. Upon learning that Sinclair would one day become the legendary Minbari philosopher Valen (thanks to time travel), and that Ranma was of Juraian ancestry (with Jurai and Minbar being close allies during a previous conflict against the mysterious race known as "The Shadows"), hostilities with the Federation cease immediately. Later, Ranma would learn that not only was he part Juraian, but that his mother, Nodoka, was both ageless and of the House of Masaki, the rulers of Jurai. It did help that Usagi, being the legendary Moon Princess, negotiated a treaty of reconciliation that allowed the Minbari Warrior caste to save face.
2250 CE(PT): Aiko Saotome enrolls at Starfleet Academy under the name "Anna Smith", in order to hide her parentage (for safety reasons).
2251 CE(PT): Freed up from the conflict with the Minbari, Starfleet takes on the Klingon Empire. The conflict with the Klingons conclude at the Battle of Axanar, thanks to the tactical genius of Captain Kelvar L. Garth of Izar (a Federation colony). While no peace treaty is made, an armistice is signed between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, resulting in the creation of the Klingon Neutral Zone.
2252 CE(PT): Captain Christopher Pike assumes command of the USS Enterprise, beginning the first of two additional Five-Year Tours. Ranma and Usagi return to Starfleet Academy for additional training as a condition of getting their military commissions reactivated. They meet Cadet Montgomery "Scotty" Scott at the academy. In protest, Anna/Aiko quits the Academy to become a civilian flight officer for Interplanetary Expeditions (IPX)
2254 CE(PT): After a disastrous first-contact assignment on Rigel VII, involving resulting in the deaths of several crew members from the USS Enterprise, Starfleet assigns Ranma and Usagi to the Enterprise (much to the annoyance of Captain Pike). Later that same year, the USS Enterprise is assigned to investigate the mysterious Talos Star System for possible sentient life. The result of that investigation forces Starfleet Command to quarantine the star system, under penalty of death, until further notice.
(A/N: I will be focusing on the Prime Timeline for now.)
2255 CE(PT): Anna/Aiko meet, and subsequently marry, Captain John Sheridan, a hero from the Federation-Minbari War.
2257 CE(PT): While on an expedition to the mysterious Sector Z, Anna/Aiko disappears, along with the rest of her crew (the SS Icarus). The Federation's Section 31 Division covers up the matter.
2260 CE(PT): Anna "Aiko" Saotome-Sheridan is presumed to have died (at age 32) on Za'Ha'Dum, after her father, Ranma, delivers a Spirit Bomb to the Shadows.
2337 CE(PT): The events of "Return of the Planets of the Sayajins" takes place.