USS Atlantis NX-63546 presents...

 

 

 

See you for the 2008 12 Days of Christmas...

 

Commander Jayden Tyronian (USS Atlantis NX-63546) & Kirok of L'Stok

Co-Producers

 

 

The 12th Trek Day of Christmas – A Trek Fan Calendar

On the Twelfth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me… 
A Trek Fan Calendar!

 

Our final present to you is one of time: a calendar featuring the fan productions we have highlighted over these Twelve Days of Christmas. Our hope is that it will help you organise your time so that you can wring enjoyment and fulfilment out of every day of the coming year! May 2008 be a safe and prosperous one for all and may your fan experience exceed your wildest dreams! Click here to relive what was the 12 Days of Trek Christmas.

 

The 11th Trek Day of Christmas – Eleven Hako Clones

On the eleventh day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me… 
Eleven Hako Clones!

 

The Hako Enterprise Bridge that was given away on the first Trek Day of Christmas has proven to be very popular but of what use is a diarama without the figures to place in it? It's like a dolls house without dolls! Reaching down into the bottom of the present sack I find that we have eleven Hakos,  hacking ... Or whatever it is that they do when noone is looking! Ranging from heroes and villains to monsters and men, these free downloads include a full Original Series crew of articulated Hakos that have seven moveable joints! Click here to see more.

 

The 10th Trek Day of Christmas – A Ten Page Comic

On the tenth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me… 
A Ten Page Comic!

 

Over the twelve days of Christmas we have many fan productions created and brought to you by their owners, this could be the one you remember the most - a ten page comic brought to you by a new talent to the Star trek fan scene. Of course you're not going to get away with collecting your present without getting an article from the House of L'Stok surveying the current status of professional and fan Star Trek comics and some New year philsophising. Click here to collect your present!

 

The 9th Trek Day of Christmas – Nine Gamers, Gaming

On the ninth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…
 Nine Gamers, Gaming!

 

A Christmas stocking would be pretty bare without some games so, to fill your stocking to overflowing, here is information and resources of nine types of games. We have everything from Tridimensional Chess to online multiplayer gaming, from eBooks to free give-aways by licensed gaming companies! So flex your competative muscles and warp over to here. for the links to the downloads and resources.

 

The 8th Trek Day of Christmas – Eight Trek Fan-Podbooks

On the eighth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…
 Eight Trek Fan-Podbooks!

 

Today marks the release of the first of a series of eight podbooks, a seven part miniseries, "Dispatches From the Romulan War" produced as a "Save Enterprise" project, followed by a special presentation from the House of L'Stok! Listen to them live on the TrekUnited Audio Center or download them from the Twelve Trek Days of Christmas web site. Come with us as we break new ground producing full cast audio narrations of innovative Star Trek fan fiction! Click here to read more.

 

The 7th Trek Day of Christmas – Seven Music Vid's

On the seventh day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…
 Seven Music Vid's!

 

The internet is full of witty, entertaining and moving videos - mostly on YouTube which has cornered the market as the defacto distribution network. I've scoured the airwaves for links to seven of the best Star Trek music videos and in the process met some interesting people and ended up in some strange places! It is by no means a definitive list think of this as the House of L'Stok's Playlist. To access the whole listing, click here.

 

The 6th Trek Day of Christmas – Six Filkers, Filking

On the sixth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…
 Six Filkers Filking!

 

Filk is a tradition as old as Sci Fi conventions, and a subset of this tradition is Star Trek parodies of Christmas carols which are traditionally sung by trek fans to celebrate the season of goodwill to the accompaniment of much revelry and the imbibing of your drink of choice! The USS Joan of Arc, a Starfleet International Star Trek fan club of Corpus Christi, Texas, quite often gets the whole restaurant singing along with them at their Christmas parties! To read more and download the songsheets for six of their original Filk Christmas carols, click here.

 

The 5th Trek Day of Christmas – Five Fan Films

On the fifth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…
 Five Fan Films!

 

Fan films are by far the highest form of fan production around today. Consider Star Trek: Hidden Frontier, Star Trek: Intrepid, Star Trek: New Voyages, Starship Exeter and Star Wreck. Who are they, where did they come from and how do they relate to each other? Who is the oldest? The answers might surprise you. I have taken my reporting on the five major fan films producing today and turned it into a chronology that I'll wager you'll find interesting and illuminating. Click here to find out more…

 

The 4th Trek Day of Christmas – Four Podcasts

On the fourth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…
 Four Podcasts!

 

On the fourth day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me … four podcasts! For those of you who have never listened to a podcast, we are going to open your eyes to a whole new world! Courtesy of Hailing Frequency, Twerpcast, The Love Long and Prosper Podcast and Indiana Jim, we have about _ hours of Star Trek news, views, comments and craziness! Click here to find out more…

 

The 3rd Trek Day of Christmas – Three Wise Men

On the third day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…
 Three Wise Men!

 

Star Trek was the first serious science fiction aimed at the mainstream public and Gene Roddenberry set the tone for the series by getting real science fiction writers to write for him. Today we introduce three wise men. I make no claim that they are the wisest of men but each has had something to say during the year, using Star trek as their vehicle, that I have found either profoundly inspiring or profoundly challenging ... and isn't that what science fiction is supposed to be about?  Click here to read more…

 

The 2nd Trek Day of Christmas – Two Fanzines


On the second day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…  Two Fanzines!

 

On the second day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me … two fanzines! Christmas should be a time when you can sit back and enjoy some light holiday reading. Fanzines - literally fan-made magazines - have been around since the 1930's and for the most part have survived the leap from paper to the Internet age. Today I feature two fanzines, Imaginations Unlimited, a member's project of Starfleet International, and Acrux, a new Blogzine that this month focuses on the Twelve Trek Days of Christmas.  Click here to find out more…

 

The 1st Trek Day of Christmas – A Hako Enterprise Bridge

On the first day of Christmas, Star Trek gave to me…  a Hako Enterprise Bridge!

 

Our first present to Star trek fans is a scale card model of the NCC 1701 Enterprise, Kirk’s Enterprise from the Original Series, designed by Ron Caudillo and hosted by Jon Leslie on his LHVCC website. These have been designed as 6-8 modules that can be made individually or joined together to make a complete bridge set scaled to be used by Hako Clones. Don’t know what a Hako Clone is? Read on for more

 

12 Days of Christmas Overview