If I wanted to write stories here, do you just allow Star Trek stories here, could I use other characters from another shows like Arrow, Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis or Stargate Universe and make them work in the Star Trek universe. What are you rules here?.
Hey Typhuss. Thanks for asking. Our Fan fiction page has details on what's allowed and what's not, but in short, crossover stories are fine as long as they take place at least partially in the Star Trek universe. The wiki rules are on the Policy page, and the Manual of Style is here.
I'm not too strict here, but I don't tolerate plagiarism in particular (I had a talk with Dragonboy a few months ago about that). So essentially don't plagiarize, try to structure your articles well, and obviously don't harass other users. Fairly straightforward.
I got it. I don't harass other users. Maybe you and I could work on a series together. So I could recreate my Typhuss James Halliwell page by copying the page from my wiki. Would that be all right since it is my own creation and character.
Hey Typhuss, what would you like the name of your timeline to be? This is for disambiguation purposes on the wiki, that way if more than one person uses a character in their stories, each user has their own article for that character.
I am frustrated at one of the admins in Memory Gamma ElectricSupernova, he's been up my butt about my character profiles for no reason and been forcing me to get new photos because he's just the Admin and I should listen to him this is why I come here to the Federation Legacy cause you don't get up my rear about my photos.
That's unfortunate. Yeah, I care more about article structure than the photos themselves (which is why I sometimes make minor edits to your articles to restructure them). I don't really have a strict photo policy. Feel free to keep adding your stuff here.
Okay, no worries. I just thought it was a little unusual since this is a fan fiction wiki, and users normally edit their own pages. Thanks for the clarification, though. Feel free to add your own stuff if you'd like.
P.S. There's absolutely no problem with you making quality edits like the one you made; hopefully you don't think I was upset by that. I just saw the edit by a user I'd never seen before so I wanted to check.
Hey man I am somewhat of a writer myself I've been writing Star Trek fan fiction for awhile now, I've got some in the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th centuries I've never written one in the 25th century due to me not liking the new uniform.
Normally what I do is create a set of timeline-specific pages for every author so that for example, if you have Jean-Luc Picard in your timeline, he will get a separate page for you to work on, like Jean-Luc Picard (My timeline). This is merely for disambiguation purposes so that every author can keep their content separate from others.
Don't lay it on so thick, dude. I don't have faith. And for one, I am enormously critical of how straight the show plays the Everyone Dies trope. Huge waste of characters, lots of them potentially interesting, still plenty among the mains who are underdeveloped, underfocused, and I watch to see them prevail, not to get axed. You want to dump such lavish praise, then word of advice, don't criticize me for my feelings and reserve it for someone who's less of a cynic.
I won't disagree that some characters were axed before they were given their full potential (R.I.P. Mike and Kenny), but as a whole the series has been wonderful start to finish. Isayama is even unhappy with some of the decisions he made in the manga, so maybe some things you don't like will be corrected.
Your constant berating of the series and its author (at least in the manner you were doing) are unnecessary and borderline trollish. Constructive criticism is welcome; desctructive criticism, well... that's another matter entirely.
Like Ymir? Because I know that ain't happening. Her death and Porco's very existence are his mistake. As far as I'm concerned. And her role in the manga as a result of how he chose to cap that off is extremely hard to pinpoint or even justify aside from moving Historia one step closer to reclaiming her own destiny.
And unfortunately I'm not here to indulge you guys. I am a critic and I will remain critical of how this series is handled. Just try to tell me this hasn't been a frustrating story to follow for the reasons I've already mentioned.
Ah, yes. I wouldn't have minded a more satisfying end for Ymir, but again, Isayama may have them tweak that in the anime.
The series is not frustrating at all to me. I realize it's not perfect (no series is), and I go about my day. I'm always excited when a new chapter is about to drop (in fact, I read the leaks on Reddit before the chapters even come out).
Unfortunately, Porco Galliard is too big a thing to tweak. Right now, I am STILL not positive what role Ymir played. Or why she gave herself up to the enemy. All of it amounts to nothing, aside from her giving a lot of pep talk to Christa. Could've made a bigger impact as a Titan fighting for Paradis than in dying to give up a tool lost by the Marley. It sucks, and I do sincerely wish for Porco to die.
I'm only anxious. Curse the guy for making the characters too easy to care about when 80% of them don't last more than five chapters a piece. And I still think the mains are underused when they're not Mikasa, Armin, Eren, Hange or Levi. And it drives me batshit crazy.
Me I just want the damn leaks over with. They're just prolonged sources of dread. I don't even know how genuine my affection is for the series. And I'm rooting for these guys to live, not to get offed. Unless they're the tools of Marley, in that case may they be laid to waste.
That man just committed the highest possible offense at the worst possible time. I am furious and heartbroken over what I've read today. And I will take it as an insult if you try to tell me I should praise the author for this. I am just devastated that something I've dreaded for so long may actually be happening.
I want Porco to die. And now I'd really like Gabi to be next.
I can only wish the worst for Hajime Isayama, that bastard never should have stuck to his guns on this devastating turn of events. This was not her time, it wasn't well handled, and it's way more painful than we knew it was gonna be.
You and the others on the AoT wiki, I apologize for nothing. I sincerely hope this will haunt the man later. And I'm very sorry I ever got involved with this thing. It's not well written, and it's a torment to sit through.
So when you see this, do not waste my time with a "No it isn't" retort.
Jesus, man. It's just a story. I've been sad all day over her death, but life goes on. Don't hate the man for following his own plan. I'm just glad he didn't kill her way back when he originally intended to.
If you're done with the story, that's your prerogative. Wishing another human being "the worst" is just childish.
Shouldn't have done it, period. Not now, not this early. Maybe closer to the end which may be a "Kill them All" ending anyway, but this was poorly conceived and overly predictable. And without her, the story loses a shit ton of its appeal. She may not be central to the main plot, but without the lightheartedness she brought, it's gonna be way out of balance now. This is not something we needed to see. And I'd say that of several others, like Ymir's extremely cheap and meaningless end.
The man's a serious SOB, and he's not a good writer. I've got plenty of issues with how he's written this, and he just committed a major offense. Seriously, let this come back to replace his eagerness to kill her with regret over having gone so far so soon.
Oh, and one more thing, if you see Manuel again over there.......Do let him know that after this weekend he can count on less of my presence. Because no anime, not even one as sorely overrated as this, is worth the kind of grief it seeks to inflict.
I really don't feel sorry for speaking out of turn before. It literally no longer matters what goes on in the manga now to me, because in the end it does not matter. They're all gonna die anyway. So let's stop treating this like the holy grail of anime.
If we're talking the holy grail of manga/anime, it's One Piece, imo. Attack on Titan was one of the first manga/anime series I ever read and watched, so it will always hold a special place in my heart.
P.S., I feel like you should have expected deaths like this long before now. What with the deaths of people like Marco, Mike, Erwin, Hannes, Bertholt, etc. I'm still failing to see what you're so mad about here.
Good grief, dude. I'm not sure what you're trying to justify here. You say this made you sad, did the same for me here. I obviously feel more strongly about it. Clearly. It adds nothing, it was a cheap way to do it, and as I said, her absence will rob Titan of whatever lighter elements made its gruesome story more palatable. And I already despise the series for offing too many people before they even become truly fleshed out. That is a weakness of the series, not something to its credit. So what are you defending? Honestly. This wasn't needed. Most definitely not now.
Well shame on the fandom for defending a man who doesn't know what he's doing. Creative, but not brilliant. And most definitely not as good as so often touted. He doesn't even work enough Titan slaying into his Titan slaying story.
I don't know what you want from me. I told you how I feel on the matter. Isayama said way back in the day his original idea was to kill off all the main characters by the end. This could be the beginning of that.
All I can tell you is you could always write him a letter and tell him how much you think he sucks. Either way, the series will continue, and I'll follow it through to the end.
I intend to, thank you. That fucker just killed any respect I had for him remaining after the Ymir affair, and any desire to see how it ends. Characters like this deserve better than to be written by him. There's absolutely nothing that justifies what happened here or how it happened. Sometimes the writer is simply not what he's cracked up to be. And in Isayama's case, he's a supreme offender of that. Creative, but absolutely not brilliant. And in the end, not very good to begin with. He shouldn't take any pride in this, he's a walking disaster when it comes to getting the full worth out of this hideous mess. He is outclassed by countless other anime minds no matter what defense is raised for him.
So why the hell did this blasted chapter happen? What was gained from this and who wanted to see this aside from Isayama himself over the last seventy chapters? That man doesn't understand the value of what he had and what his story loses now that it's discarded. Something I can safely say of so many of the others he chose to discard so quickly.
I mean, it served to give more insight into Zeke's plan, it showed us the person who led Porco and Pieck to the pit, it further demonstrated that Eren forced the SC's hand, and it also showed us that Falco is less brainwashed than Gabi and that he may want to make peace with the Paradis Eldians.
Come on, man. Look past Sasha's death (which was extremely tragic, yes), and judge the chapter on the rest of its merits, which were many.
Shit, be serious, we needed THIS to emphasis the difference between those two? And I'm not sold on those other counts. This was the wrong time and I can easily think of better outcomes than what he chose to do.
Isayama NEVER liked Sasha, okay? That man wanted her gone and this was his way to get it out of system, he never saw any value in her as anything other than a death card. We got that? Isayama just saw her as fodder and nothing else even after fans made clear they saw things differently. How dare he follow through on what was a crass plan the first time he attempted it?
Last night I dreamed that Sasha was turned into a Titan shifter and was revived from all this, and for a very brief moment I actually believed that that was her actual fate and not what we saw in this chapter.
And now I really wish she had been. Isayama has no idea how bad he's fucked up. Whatever the merits of his chapter, they are marred by his choosing this moment to spring this stunt he was clearly hellbent on seeing through its fulfillment for years. He just did away with the only truly lighthearted thing in his story, and her being gone cancels out Connie's value in the same role.
You may praise Zeke and the big reveals over the Yeager brothers but from a narrative standpoint and a tonal standpoint Isayama shot his own manga in the face. This is Ymir's unceremonious death all over again, another moment where Isayama essentially outright abandoned once facet of his story and couldn't justify what of it he had already produced.
That killed a plotline. Here he kills someone not just universally loved for her lighthearted appeal but also was practically a mascot. He was way too quick to pull this card.
All that idiot had to do was not kill Sasha. Not this soon, not now, why now? That's what bugs the fuck out of me, why now? There was no need for it, I don't care what kind of symbolism this louse was trying to work in with that card. There were other routes. But if Sasha isn't there, no point in continuing. Isayama has no idea how bad a call his was.
But he's going to find out the hard way. You don't off a fan favorite so cruelly and so suddenly and troll us with their death as the sole reason to keep them around in the face of it all. Despicable that he cares so little for 85% of the characters he's ever given a name to, grimdark be damned. And this manga will suffer for that mistake. Hell, it already has taken a beating from that no matter how hard the fanbase slobbers for it. Believe me. In time he's going to be confronted with it and he's going to one way or another see that this is the worst call he's ever had the sack to pull.
Honestly, you're the only person so far I've seen giving this kind of backlash over her death. Reddit wasn't even as torn up as this. My suggestion, take a break from this series. Continually raising your blood pressure over it is unhealthy.
My advice to Isayama, redact this thing and give us our girl back. That bastard had no right to touch her, not now. Not yet. And the chapter is blackmarked for having pulled that stunt, you can just tell he was just dying to get it out of his system and thought little else of it. So whatever the chapter's merits, it's overshadowed by his decision to waste someone who still had huge potential and who's absence will work against the remainder of this train wreck. I so hope the manga does not have much longer to go. Waking up to those spoilers was a horror show. Nobody touches Sasha Blouse.
Oh yeah, and fuck Gabi. I sure hope she is branded a war criminal. This story will suffer without Sasha's lighthearted touch and without her presence.
Isayama will not have a good day the next time he's in the States. All he had to do was not touch her. Should not have gone down like this.
And here's the thing, he sucks at what he's doing and he sucks for going ahead with this one. We didn't need this, the story sure as hell doesn't need it. Why in God's name are we indulging this tripe?
You think he sucks, fine. I think he's created something that will still be praised for years to come. Has he done some things that could've gone better? Sure, but I'm not gonna lose sleep over them. Live and let live.
You would like to convince yourself of that, huh? Inevitably its merits are gonna be reviewed over and over again and given time, its glaring shortcomings will be more readily acknowledged once the hype train has had its run. Give it time.
And if the ending doesn't deliver in the end, you know the four words I'll be uttering after the fact.
What a terrible waste of something special that he did not appreciate. It's just like with Ymir. Why was that character even there? Absolutely no goddamned good reason in the end. And dispensing with the only character who could make the entire ride a little easier when it got really dark? I'd say he can go fuck himself, but he didn't need my help to do that.
Don't take this the wrong way, but do you actually support Isayama's decision to off Sasha? Or is that something you're just forgiving because of the rest of the manga? How bad do you actually feel about that aspect of 105? Because me, the fact that the rest of this manga/anime is going to make us carry on without her does not make me want to stick around. I literally lost about 90% of my ability to actually give a damn about the ending.
I'd be lying if I said I supported it, but that said, I'm not gonna boycott the series because of it. I think that a better way for her to have died was during the battle, not after. It felt kind of anti-climactic to me. Otherwise I quite enjoyed 105, and I'll be sticking around until the end.
Being forced to accept that Sasha is gone is torturous. I was pissed off about Petra, I was majorly upset about Ymir.........This was the one line I hoped he would not cross until the final battle of the manga. I don't like what he did, I don't like how he did it, I've never seen such a great cast so badly misused. I'd gladly watch them in any other manga or anime, I'm sorry they were created for this one.
I take this latest chapter as a major insult. I'd have no complaints against the chapter if not for that. It made me sick. That unfortunately is not an exaggeration, I'm being totally serious.
I think of all those cool moments Sasha had up through Liberio, and I'm just like holy shit, we had something special happening here, this girl was finally a true soldier and a force to be reckoned with. And my adoration for her just got stronger for it.
The fact that Isayama saw fit to do this now, after all of that.......I don't care how much we knock the box around, I don't care how much people have pretty much shut down and accepted the inevitability of most of the cast dying just by the very nature of this manga......He blew it. He did not exploit something great he had. Not to its fullest before concluding it. Same as so many others, I again name Ymir as the other big one to fall to that same offense.
So I hope there's no one still at loss as to why I've lost respect for the man. This really hurt on a personal level, I dreaded this for a couple years now. And I wish I could go back to the moment I took notice of this manga/anime and pretend I never saw it. People like this manga for "bucking convention", translation: Actually having the balls to kill off everyone en masse? It's not why I was listening, and I didn't enjoy it for the fact that it has prided itself on that. I don't know if that enjoyment was ever genuine now.
Here's another thing that REALLY bugs the hell out of me. Sasha's death was teased back in the Shiganshina battle when she got pelted by sharpnel at Reiner's hands, taking worse injuries than Jean. And yet she still managed to pull through, even though that arc for a couple months really played with our fear that she would not make it. Only for it to amount to damn near nothing, and thus sparing her one more time.
Our reward for that one? Isayama killing her in her next onscreen battle, as opposed to just finishing the job in Shiganshina. What the fuckis up with that? Even by his standards that is a seriously cruel card to play and makes this dreaded scene feel considerably cheaper for it. And it totally made more sense for someone like Connie to be the next to stare death in the face when he emerged relatively unscathed from Shiganshina. Certainly would have made sense, instead of a scene where Gabi just happens to kill the girl who spared her an hour earlier as opposed to one of her best friends, seems like way too neat and convenient a way to wrap that all up. Not to mention brutally predictable. And I think it easily would've been more impactful for Sasha's choice to have gotten a friend killed without sacrificing the more popular of the two characters so suddenly.
One thing to have a character confront their friend's murderer, but it would've been so much more intense if a character knows that their choice enabled said murderer to carry out the act and had to cope with that mistake.
Really makes me feel like Isayama simply wanted to spring the death card he pocketed once before because he can and no other reason. I think one has to consider how the events of Shiganshina really make this feel more like a stunt after the fact.
The more I dwell on it, the more this death scene feels badly timely and totally unwarranted. I think Isayama just wanted to get it out of his system, because there is little to be gained from Sasha dying now, and it sure as fuck won't justify the decision to do it in the long run. More than anything, this feels obligatory and not especially plot motivational, like he just felt he was overdue for a shocking death scene. And he chose the one that would provoke everyone the hardest since he put off his plan once beforehand.
I don't care how much Titan glorifies death or how "unique" people want to call this manga, this is just Isayama pulling a death card because he didn't appreciate what he had with Sasha.....he didn't appreciate why fans loved her. And I seriously believe the manga IS going to suffer without her presence. She may not have been one of the top players, but her impact rivals those of Levi, Mikasa and Reiner. He just fucked up in a big way.
Should've shelved his intentions for her completely. We now know he never actually abandoned his first plan. It's sinful that he's let her go to waste. And the scene is literally more than anyone was prepared to handle. I see how raw the anger is. Mine is very raw. This should not be allowed to be what happens in the anime. Sasha had way too much to give still and it would've been way more impactful if her decision got someone else killed (Other than Lobov) and she had to come to terms with that. Imagine how much more intriguing that would've been. But of course Isayama did not think of that, he clearly did this because he stubbornly refused to let her be anything else than fodder. The manga WILL suffer.
Okay question for you, and I do want a straight answer.
WHY are we still following this story? Are we following this thing because we want to see these characters die? Because if that's the case, Isayama has a date with Tokyo Bay someday in his future, because he is clearly wasting our time if that's what he's suckered us all in to see. So what is the real appeal to this shitshow and why is everyone still so eager to defend a guy who clearly isn't all he's cracked up to be?
Just give me a straight answer as to why we're even following this. Because if I could go back and forget I ever heard of this thing, you'd better damn well believe I would, Isayama isn't worth our time. He wasn't worth mine, he wasn't worth the stress I felt keeping up with this. Why do we even follow, what's the real reason anyone is a fan of a manga that places higher priority on killing characrers than on letting them develop before going for the empty shock value?
Who's veiling? That smug SOB better not step foot on this side of the pond. Crossing the one line he should not have, I don't give a shit if it's his story, I've never had something turn my stomach like that shit he sprang on us. He'll suicide the whole damn thing with an ending that does not work with his incompetence. He should've just backed off the first time he attempted this little stunt he had the sack to promote for weeks on end as "Major Death", that's clearly the only value he saw in this beloved character. Shock value. Nothing else.
You want me to "chill the fuck out"? Fine. Then the powers that be need to totally omit this thing from the anime and rework it for a later point of said anime. This serves no meaningful purpose to the narrative at this time and certainly not enough to justify it being published. This cannot be left intact in the anime, I have no idea what this idiot thinks made his Uprising arc "bad" in the manga that he wants to change in the anime, they're probably minor things that nobody will even pick up on watching Season 3 in two months, making his statements meaningless. If there's anything he should be ashamed of, it's his pull for shock value at the conclusion of the Marley arc. This was not done because it was necessary to the narrative, it was just to satisfy his own disdain for this character. At our expense. This guy is totally out of line writing Chapter 105. It should be dissected when that arc of the story becomes a priority of the anime. And to hell with anyone who objects. Up to and including Isayama and his crew who let him get away with it.
This girl not only just had her death teased heavily in the previous battle at Shiganshina, which makes the timing of it in Liberio nonsensical, but this girl also was in the death grip of a Titan before warding it off and escaping, saving that last child who needed her help back in her village. She faced her worst fear and lived to speak of it, not letting her fear stop her from what she had to do. So this death scene is extremely insulting to her character, and spitting in the face of the huge potential she still had, she easily could've played an even more central role in the remainder of the war, so tagging her for fodder even after she was spared the first time is the biggest fucking dick move Isayama has ever pulled, arguably. I'm still debating whether it's this or his handling of Ymir that is the worse offense. Whatever, the man should've let us keep our right to Sasha, and I seriously hope his decision comes back to haunt him.
Also, there was a GUN NEST next to the door Gabi used to get aboard, and nobody was manning it? In enemy territory? Fuck me.
Oh hey, another thing about the manga, this really doesn't matter anymore now that the remainder of this story has been deprived of a very critical presence, and Isayama's weaknesses as a writer are becoming more evident with every ending arc........But WHEN is this crap about Armin and Eren drifting apart actually gonna be shown, not told in the actual context of this thing? Armin certainly has more than enough cause to shaft the guy now, too many people have died for Eren, often unnecessarily.......But enough of the rumors about it, SHOW IT ALREADY.
And if you're still set on seeing that ending, I sincerely hope Isayama will not be able to get that far.
He just killed off one of the most popular girls in the lineup for little practical purpose other than to kick us in the fucking balls. And now we're talking about Levi POSSIBLY being on the death watch too? If that's the case, that coupled with Sasha's murder should be the beginning of the end of his little glory trip, not treated as credit to this dumb schmuck's poor track record. That's going too far too fast. Granted it may be a mistranslation atm but we don't know.........but he seems really eager to piss more people off.
Another Gabi special is in order here, to him and his overrated rag. The story is destroying itself every time it goes out of its way to glorify that hideous mantra that "Anyone Can Die".
On that note, we get a scene where Eren was weeping over Sasha and now there's a panel suggesting Mikasa is speaking to her at her grave. Now wait a fucking minute. They showed about as much concern and affection for Sasha as Isayama EVER did for her past what was her then-canceled death scene. He's pulling this out of his ass this late in the game when the girl's already dead? When he had PLENTY of time to build on those alleged bonds but chose not to?
And now this frenzied rumor about Levi possibly being unwell.........
You know what, fuck it. Let him kill Levi off. Because at this point, it will piss countless people off, and I'm just here to watch Rome burn.
Such a pathetic fandom. I see the Tumblr posts and I see every idiot acting like a giddy fanbrat again, as if this chapter could make us forget about Chapter 105 or so many other failings in this manga, but oh looks like this is an easy crowd to please.
Oh Eren's got a new hairstyle and a shave! Oh wow, Jesus smiled on you all! Sasha's still dead. Ymir is still dead. We got misled on Levi.
"Onyankopon, how can your skin be black?" Oh Goddamn it! Why have Sasha utter that line? It's clear that Isayama never took her character seriously and still doesn't. Sure this chapter offers the first comments on people of different race but fuck me. You KNOW that line will not fly in the English dub.
Kotabare, Isayama. That goes double to his enabling fans.
The only ending you guys are getting is the end of Isayama's accidental foray into the manga biz, pal. And for him, the end of a functioning set of balls and whatever hand he writes with.
He's seriously gonna regret publishing this. And for his mockeries found through Chapter 106. This story died the moment Gabi fired that bullet. Should've ended with the island's liberation from the Titan menace, THAT'S the real ending of this mess.
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"Onyankopon, how can your skin be black?" Oh Goddamn it! Why have Sasha utter that line? It's clear that Isayama never took her character seriously and still doesn't. Sure this chapter offers the first comments on people of different race but fuck me. You KNOW that line will not fly in the English dub.
What do you think your reaction would be if you lived your whole life with people who had the same skin complexion as you and then suddenly met someone with a very different skin tone? I saw nothing at all wrong with Sasha's question. You're just pissing and moaning again.
Yeah, this story is going to suffer a huge vacuum without Sasha's presence, that ensemble needed her to keep things balanced and so much is now gonna go unrealized for it. I don't think that's pissing and moaning, Frederick. I think Isayama doesn't give enough of a damn about what's staring him right in the face, he could do so much more than what he's actually offered with what he's offered. This manga needs characters like Sasha, and flashbacks WON'T cut it. He's a damned fool.
Another Star Trek wiki, huh, Jason? On my Memory Epsilon wiki, you said to find ALL Star Trek blah on Alpha Memory Alpha. So, now I will say the same to you. I now officialy hate you.
Yeah, but mine is about my own fan fiction stories. Didn't you read what I said on your wiki? I said, and I quote: "If your wiki was for fanfiction or something else that was still Star Trek-related, I could see you making one for that, but making a wiki "mirroring" MA just seems pointless to me." This is not a mirror of MA, it's a fan fiction wiki.