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Author's Note: 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". Ja ne!
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):
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: 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.)
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.
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.
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.
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).
(A/N: I will be focusing on the Prime Timeline for now.)
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