Many story elements from Lego Star Trek were reused and repurposed for this series; including: X as the main villain, Kardok as his subordinate, and X's ultimate plan of supreme rule. The only major difference between the two is that this series takes place in the alternate reality of the 2250s, whereas Lego Star Trek takes place in an alternate 2380 - 2381.
An anomaly sends Kirk, Spock and McCoy into an alternate reality where the earth is ruled by a man called Xolor and a renegade Klingon named Kardok. Kirk and crew set off to free the human race from the reign of the evil X and to try to get back to their own reality before it's too late...
STOR Season 1, 2 episodes (4 planned):
|An anomaly sends Kirk, Spock and Dr. McCoy into an alternate reality where the Earth is ruled by a man called X and a renegade Klingon named Kardok. Kirk and crew set off to free the human race from the reign of the evil X and to try to get back to their own reality before it's too late...|
|1.5||"XL"||2259.41||ca. 2011 (planned only)|
|2||"Kardok's Revenge"||Unknown||ca. 2012|
|Kardok hires an assassin to track down Kirk, Spock and Dr. McCoy, and bring them to him, alive. Meanwhile, Samara Johnson, a former servant of X, joins the trio, seemingly having a change of heart.|
|3||"Return to Reality"||Unknown||ca. 2012 (planned only)|
Background and trivia
- Star Trek Out of Reality is a wordplay of Star Trek Into Darkness, the twelfth film in the Star Trek franchise.
- STOR originally had no name, but CaptFredricks chose its current title as it seemed to fit well with the theme.
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|Alternate timelines||Star Trek Out of Reality • Star Trek: The Cartoon Series • Lego Star Trek: The Timeline Incident|
|Other/Unknown timelines||Starship Enterprise|