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The Megaverse Edit

Who knows the plural word for apocalypse?  Well, Buffy Summers-Angel (Sarah Michelle Gellar) does.  She and her team – Xander Harris (Nicholas Brendon), Willow Rosenberg (Alyson Hannigan), Dawn Summers (Michelle Trachtenberg) and Rupert Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) – have prevented at least five.  When Angel (David Boreanaz), Spike (James Marsters), Wesley Wyndam-Pryce (Alexis Denisof), Charles Gunn (J. August Richards), and Illyria (Amy Acker) die in the Senior Partners’ Last Stand, Buffy finally decides to get organized.  Calling every hero she or Angel had worked with to the Hyperion Hotel in Los Angeles, she sets up a system for global (and galactic) protection, while still leaving room for normal lives.

The Once and Future Ranger Edit

See also: The Once and Future Ranger characters

When Dr. William Cranston (David Yost) tries to travel to the Countdown to Destruction to save his wife’s life, he winds up in early 1994, not long after Tommy Oliver (Jason David Frank) regained his Green Ranger powers.  With a chance to alter the timeline, Will’s presence could change the course of history for the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers forever.

The Network Edit

See also: The Network characters

The discovery of The Lie by Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) and Willow Rosenberg (Alyson Hannigan) and a freak accident in the early summer of 1998 leads Xander Harris (Nicholas Brendon) to drift apart from his friends and create his own column in the fight against the Things That Go Bump in the Night.  As he begins to come into his potential, Sunnydale–and the world–will never be the same again.

Vampire Slayers Xander Harris Never Trained Edit

See also: VSXHNT characters

After a fight with Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar), Willow Rosenberg (Alyson Hannigan), and Kennedy Winston (Iyari Limon), Xander Harris (Nicholas Brendon) leaves Cleveland and begins traveling the world, recruiting newly-Called Vampire Slayers and other powerful allies to aid in the never-ending battle against the Forces of Evil.

Stargate: Continued Edit

See also: Stargate: Continued characters

SG-1 has been unofficially disbanded as its members have taken new positions – Jack O’Neill continues to head up the Department of Homeworld Security, Cameron Mitchell has been promoted to Brigadier General and replaced Major General Hank Landry as Commander of the SGC upon his retirement, Samantha Carter is the Captain of the U.S.S. Hammond, Daniel Jackson has taken a desk job, Teal’c is now the Ambassador between the Free Jaffa Nation and Earth and its interstellar allies, Jonas Quinn settled down and became a professor at the University of Kelowna, and Vala Mal Doran was selected to serve as Earth’s first interstellar cargo ship master.

However, despite being scattered across the galaxy, SG-1 is still a team, and these are their stories…

U.S.S. Hammond Edit

Part of the “Stargate: Continued”-verse – The U.S.S. George Hammond, under the command of Col. Samantha Carter, Ph.D., USAF, is Earth’s latest Daedalus-class starship.  However, in addition to its duties as a warship, the Hammond is also Earth’s first dedicated to scientific research.  These are their voyages…

After-JAG Edit

A group of stories set post-“Fair Winds and Following Seas”, After-JAG continues the adventures of newly-promoted and newly-wed Captain Harmon Rabb (David James Elliott) and Colonel Sarah MacKenzie-Rabb (Catherine Bell) at their new assignments, in addition to the continuing activities at JAG Headquarters, now led by Lieutenant Commander Bud Roberts (Patrick Labytoreaux) and overseen by the Judge Advocate General, Major General Gordon Cresswell (David Andrews).

SG-20 Edit

See also: SG-20 characters

After being fired from the CIA, former US Navy Commander Harmon Rabb (David James Elliott) began crop-dusting for a 13-year-old girl, Mattie Johnson (Hallee Hirsh).  However, certain portions of the military want Cmdr. Rabb back in action, and he is offered a position at Stargate Command.  Taking a few friends from JAG along with his former boss (now his ward) to Colorado Springs, Cmdr. Rabb becomes a part of one of the greatest projects in United States history.

Star Trek: Joint Star Fleet Edit

The Romulan War is over.  The Federation Charter has been signed.  Earth has lead a dozen planets into a nascent-yet-powerful Federation of Planets.  Now, it’s time for the Federation to create a joint star fleet…and there’s only one man who can successfully lead this project: Rear Admiral Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula).

With the aid of the other Federation members’ military leaders, R-Adm. Archer has launched four joint-service starships, each captained by one of the four founding Federation members.  Now, the U.S.S. Babel, commanded by Captain T’Pol of Vulcan (Jolene Blalock), the U.S.S. Victory, commanded by Capt. Aaron Stiles of Earth, the U.S.S. Atlirith, commanded by Capt. Thirishar ch’Noor of Andor, and the U.S.S. Miracht, commanded by Capt. Ghet min Tav of Tellar, take to the stars on their mission “to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, and boldly go where no one has gone before…”

Seeing is Believing Edit

See also: Seeing is Believing characters

Five years before the coming of the Charmed Ones (Shannon Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano), the Seer (Charisma Carpenter) has a massive vision, revealing in fragmented parts events of the next 15 years.  Seeing her chance to manipulate the future to make new allies and stick it to her enemies, the Seer makes contact with 15-year-old Paige Matthews (Rose McGowan), the biological daughter of the Charmed Ones’ mother, Patty Halliwell (Finola Hughes) and her whitelighter, Sam Wilder (Scott Jaeck).  With the aid of the smartest, most powerful, and most cunning magical and mortal beings from both sides, Paige has become one of the most powerful magical beings alive, and a true wildcard in the battle of Good versus Evil.

Legacy of Power Edit

See also: Legacy of Power characters

After nearly 15 years, Jason Lee Scott (Austin St. John) has put his past as a Power Ranger behind him.  With a wife, a little girl, and a job as a police detective, the last thing he wants is to go back to fighting evil aliens and monsters.  Unfortunately, Jason finds he cannot escape the legacy of power when circumstances force him to once again assume the mantle of Red Ranger, teaching two of his closest friends and fellow officers how to be Power Rangers, and protect San Diego from the scum of the universe, be they petty criminals, soulless murderers, or evil aliens hell-bent on world domination. 

Master of the Colosseum Edit

See also: Master of the Colosseum characters

Five years after the Sinnoh League Conference, the Kanto Battle Frontier opens a new stadium, the Battle Colosseum, led by the Battle Frontier’s newest Frontier Brain, the Colosseum Gladiator Ash Ketchum.  Now a stationary trainer, Ash is challenged by trainers from around the world and continues to befriend, catch, raise and train his Pokémon as he continues his quest to become a Pokémon Master. 

Opening the Colosseum Edit

Five years after the Sinnoh League Conference, the Kanto Battle Frontier opens a new stadium, the Battle Colosseum, led by the Battle Frontier’s newest Frontier Brain, the Colosseum Gladiator Ash Ketchum.  His first opponent?  His old friend and rival, Ritchie.

The Colosseum Contest Edit

When Zoey, a Top Coordinator from the Sinnoh region, passes through Pallet Town, she challenges Ash to a two-on-two contest battle.

Coming Back for One More Edit

Upon hearing that there was a new Frontier Brain in Kanto, Reggie, a powerful Pokémon Trainer-turned-Breeder and brother to Paul, recalls his Pokémon to challenge Ash in the hopes of earning his seventh Frontier Symbol.

A Friendship of Legends Edit

Back home to show his grandfather his newly-cloned extinct Pokémon, Gary Oak is challenged by Ash to a one-on-one battle: Gary’s brand-new Aerodactyl versus Ash’s friend, Latias. 

The Colosseum Rumble Edit

Ash is challenged by Jeanette Fisher, who he previously beat in the fourth round of the Kanto Pokémon League at the Indigo Plateau all those years ago, for the Skill Symbol.

Enter the Dragonite...Part 2 Edit

While visiting Kanto, Drake, Champion of the Orange League, challenges Ash to a rematch of their battle all those years ago.

Hunting the Hunter Edit

Pokémon Hunter J is back – and she’s after Ash!  As J and her cruel and powerful Pokémon converge on the Battle Colosseum, it’s up to his Pokémon to defend their trainer and defeat the notorious hunter once and for all. 

Dragons of the Colosseum Edit

After witnessing the Champion of the Kanto League battle a group of young, aspiring Pokémon trainers, Ash challenges Lance to a battle. It’s Snorlax versus Kangaskhan as the two powerful trainers square off. 

Taking Back the Night Edit

Approximately 99% of the world’s population doesn’t know or believe. 60 million people, give or take a few thousand, do. These are their stories…

With the closing of the Hellmouth and the destruction of Sunnydale in 2003, Captain Mike Tyler of the California Highway Patrol, who was born and raised in Sunnydale, has had enough of leaving the supernatural, paranormal, extraterrestrial, and the rest of the forces of darkness to the “professionals”.  He begins to assemble a like-minded group of police officers, federal employees, firefighters, medical experts, military soldiers, politicians, and other law enforcement personnel from around the world in an effort to take back the night…without any superpowers whatsoever.

Taking Back the Night: J-Mac’s Gang Edit

Approximately 99% of the world’s population doesn’t know or believe. 60 million people, give or take a few thousand, do. These are their stories…

Spinning off from “Taking Back the Night”, Jason Maclay and his gang of anti-supernatural crime fighters strive to protect the streets from the supernatural, paranormal, extraterrestrial, and the rest of the forces of darkness.

Taking Back the Night: Teenagers Edit

Approximately 99% of the world’s population doesn’t know or believe. 60 million people, give or take a few thousand, do. These are their stories…

Spinning off from “Taking Back the Night”, Ashleigh Baker, the Vampire Slayer, and her friends and allies join together to protect Elk Grove, Sacramento, and if necessary, the world from supernatural threats, as well as dealing with life in high school.

The Red Dragon Edit

A look at the Star Trek universe, away from Starfleet, as seen through the eyes of the crew of the S.S. Red Dragon, a civilian supply ship led by merchantman Captain Bekim Sejic.

Smallville: Redux Edit

Traveling back in time to the early 21st century, Kara Zor-El (Laura Vandervoort) prevents an assassination attempt on her then-15-year-old cousin, Clark Kent (Tom Welling).  However, in doing so, her Legion ring that allows her to time travel is broken, leaving her stranded.  Now in the year 2002 and with no way to contact the 31st century, Kara must assimilate into life in Smallville, living on the Kent Farm with Jonathan (John Schneider) and Martha (Annette O’Toole), teaching an ignorant Clark about both his past and his destiny, and trying not to irreparably damage the time-space continuum.

Personality Conflicts: Continued Edit

Continuing on from where “Personality Conflicts” left off until the present day…what’s happened since the beginning of 1999?  Did the Power Rangers and their allies prevent their world from being defeated by the Shadow Empire?  Will there be more teams of Rangers?  Who lives to see the future, and who dies to secure it?

Post-Numb3rs Edit

In 2010, the Violent Crimes Squad at the FBI Los Angeles Field Office underwent a large change – Charlie (David Krumholtz) and Amita Eppes (Navi Rawat) took a leave of absence to teach at Cambridge University in England, David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard) transferred to Washington, D.C., and Don Eppes (Rob Morrow), the team leader, was promoted to a desk job, leaving Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) in charge of the VCS.  However, despite these changes, the team continues to shine as they solve violent crimes in Los Angeles by doing what they always do – follow the math.

Star Trek: Titan: An Accident in Time Edit

While investigating a spatial anomaly in the Beta Quadrant, the U.S.S. Titan, led by Capt. William Riker (Jonathan Frakes), finds itself thrown back in time to 2010s Earth.  Can the crew of Starfleet’s most species-diverse starship make it back to the 2380s without disturbing the timeline?

Star Trek: SCIS Edit

See also: Star Trek: SCIS characters

These are the stories of the special agents of the Starfleet Criminal Investigative Service, which conducts criminal investigations involving the officers, enlisted personnel, and civilians of Starfleet.

In the Army Now Edit

See also: In the Army Now characters

After Buffy’s death and 9/11, Xander Harris decided to leave the fight in Sunnydale and instead take on the forces of darkness of the human variety by joining the United States Army.

Charmed: The Next Generation Edit

25 years after the Charmed Ones’ heyday, Piper (Holly Marie Combs), Phoebe (Alyssa Milano), and Paige (Rose McGowan) have officially retired from “the game” and their children have taken over the fight.  With nine children between the three of them, each of them has their own lives, but they remain together and they stay Charmed.

Digimon: The Next Adventure Edit

With MaloMyotismon defeated, the DigiDestined have resumed their normal lives while simultaneously preparing for their next big adventure.  When a new threat emerges – this time from the real world – DigiDestined from around the world and their Digimon partners team up to stop humans from destroying both worlds.

It’s Time to Duel! Edit

See also: It's Time to Duel! characters

After the Ceremonial Duel, the Pharaoh Atem was laid to rest.  But that’s not the end of story for Yugi Mutou, who must now defend his title as the King of Games without the aid of his other half.  As Yugi adds new cards and strategies to his decks, he continues to trust in the power of friendship and the heart of the cards while battling other duelists, friend and foe alike, knowing that with them, he’s unstoppable.

Yugi vs. Kaiba Edit

Almost immediately after the Ceremonial Duel, Kaiba challenges Yugi for the title of the King of Games, contending that it was the Spirit of the Pharaoh that had earned it and without Atem, Yugi wouldn’t and didn’t stand a chance against him.

Yugi vs. Joey, Téa, and Tristan Edit

A few weeks after Atem moved on, Yugi challenged his three closest friends to a friendly three-on-one duel.

Joey vs. Kaiba Edit

Coming off a winning streak and then being subsequently insulted, Joey challenges Kaiba to their third duel, despite losing unceremoniously the two previous times.

Yugi vs. Mai Valentine Edit

Upon creating a separate deck for his Warrior monsters, Yugi challenges one of his friendly rivals, Mai Valentine, to test its strength against her Harpie Ladies.

Téa vs. Mai Valentine Edit

Yugi vs. Weevil Underwood Edit

Yugi vs. Mako Tsunami Edit

Yugi vs. Rex Raptor Edit

Rex Raptor challenges Yugi to a duel; can his Dinosaur monsters stand up to Yugi’s legendary Dark Magician deck?

Leverage International Edit

See also: Leverage International characters

As Nate Ford (Timothy Hutton) and Sophie Devereaux (Gina Bellman) retire from a life of crime, Leverage Consulting & Associates, now consisting of Eliot Spencer (Christian Kane), Alec Hardison (Aldis Hodge), and new team leader Parker (Beth Riesgraf), continue on with new and old allies, enemies, and team members.  Their mission: to steal back what the rich and powerful have taken. They provide Leverage.

NYPD’s Finest Edit

See also: NYPD's Finest characters, NYPD's Finest organizational chart

The New York City Police Department is one of the most prolific bodies of law enforcement across the globe.  With over 35,000 members, these are the stories of various officers, detectives, and precincts as they work together (or not) to keep their city safe.

This series also features special guest appearances by other law enforcement officers from other cities, states, and federal agencies.

Power Rangers: The Legendary War Edit

See also: Power Rangers: The Legendary War characters

A rewrite of Power Rangers: Super Megaforce – when an alien armada attacks Earth using recreated and empowered Earth’s most notorious monsters-of-the-day, the Megaforce Rangers are given new powers along with the ability to briefly morph into any team of Power Rangers from the past, present, and future.  They are also routinely assisted by their predecessors, who offer advice, training, experience…whatever is needed to protect the universe.

ICIB Special Investigations Squad Edit

As an organization, the International Criminal Police Organization is not considered as supranational law-enforcement agency and is forbidden to get involved in political, military, religious or racial crimes.  That’s what the ICIB is for.

Founded alongside Interpol, the International Criminal Investigative Bureau is a well-kept open secret – a team of field investigators, support personnel, and bureaucrats who actively combat terrorism, crimes against humanity, environmental crime, genocide, war crimes, organized crime, piracy, illegal trafficking of art, drugs, weapons, and humans, money laundering, crimes against children, white-collar crime, computer crime, intellectual property crime and corruption.  However, their mandate prohibits them from operating on single-country crimes.

These are the stories of the ICIB’s Special Investigations Squad – one of the bureau’s most prolific teams consisting of Dikembe “Deke” Mobuto, a former Congolese child-soldier, Hassan Khalid, an Arab whose specialty is forensic accounting, and Roxanne Vargas, a Mexican-American citizen who rose quickly up the ranks to become the youngest team leader in the ICIB.  Joining them is their newest recruit, Katya Rakovitch, a 20-year-old girl from Siberia who was rescued from human traffickers by the SIS.

NYPD Emergency Services Unit Edit

See also: ESU characters, ESU organizational chart

“When the public needs help, they call the police.  When the police need help, they call ESU.”

The Future of the Vampire Diaries Edit

A few hundred years of the future, the Mystic Falls gang begin their next great adventure with new members, old friends, and all the twists and bends that make life (or unlife in a few cases) worth living.

The Prodigal Progeny Edit

After spending nearly 20 years as a ladies man, Josh Carpenter settled down and started a family.  Fifteen years later, his life turns upside down when it is revealed that he is the biological father or sperm doner for over a dozen children.  As Josh tries to connect with his newly-discovered biological offspring (some of whom are happy to get to know him, while others want nothing to do with him or are seemingly indifferent), he also struggles to maintain his marriage and relationship with his own children.

Callin’ Baton Rouge Edit

See also: USS Baton Rouge, USS Enterprise-E, Callin’ Baton Rouge characters

These are the voyages of the U.S.S. Baton Rouge, a Federation Cheyenne-class light cruiser attached to Starfleet’s 1st Fleet, which patrols the Federation’s core boundaries, charts various spatial anomalies, ferries ambassadors and dignitaries, and much more.

The CW: At World’s End Edit

Vampires in Virginia…beasts in New York City…superheroes in California…zombies in Seattle…a melting pot in New Orleans…it seems like there’s more things in Heaven and Earth than are dreampt up in the average person’s philosophy. But only one thing could make these characters come together – the end of the world.

Justice for All Edit

In the never ending war on crime, a new federal task force has been convened by the Department of Justice to combat the worst criminal offenders around the country. These are their stories…

Sitting in Judgment Edit

In Sacramento, newly-appointed Judge Jason Pike and his staff hear the criminal cases brought before the bench – from misdemeanors to capital murder.

New World Order Edit

One day, all the adults in the entire world over the age of 20 vanish without a trace.  Three years later, the juveniles and teenagers and teenagers left behind have begun to rebuild their world.

After the Series Edit

A series of stories about the characters of various television shows, films, books, cartoons, comic books/graphic novels, animes/mangas, fanfictions, and other forms of entertainment after the completion of their respective programs.

Most of the characters in After the Series have been incorporated into other stories.

The Brave and the Bold Edit

A series of short stories that feature team-ups of famous members of the law enforcement, military, medical, etc., community, as they work joint investigations, trade case notes, or just kick back and hang out at the local bar.

A Writer and a Cop Walk Into a Bar (Blue Bloods and Castle) Edit

After solving a high profile case, Richard Castle and the team head to the Old Haunt for the evening, where the NYPD Commissioner, Frank Reagan, is drinking.

Bonding (Blue Bloods and Castle) Edit

Two teenage girls – the daughter of a mystery novelist and police consultant and the daughter of an assistant district attorney, niece of two police officers, and granddaughter of the NYPD Commissioner – meet at the New York Public Library.  This is the story of their friendship, as told through meetings, phone calls, and text messages.

Criminal Minds and multiple Edit

In the aftermath of George Foyet’s attack on the Hotchner family, many friends, colleagues, and acquaintances gather to assist Sp. Agt. Aaron Hotchner and his son, Jack, with whatever they need.

Law & Order and Boston Legal Edit

It’s the legal battle of the century as Executive Assistant District Attorney Jack McCoy prosecutes a man who is defended by notorious defense attorney Alan Shore of Crane, Poole & Schmidt.

NCIS and Covert Affairs Edit

While in Washington, D.C., Mossad officer Eyal Lavin meets up with an old friend, Ziva David, for coffee.

Aftermath (NCIS and multiple) Edit

The senior officers of various federal agencies are recalled to Washington, D.C. after the murders of Jackie Vance and Eli David.

Jurisdiction (NCIS: Los Angeles and Major Crimes) Edit

Detective Marty Deeks, the LAPD Liaison Officer for NCIS, heckles with Captain Sharon Raydor of the Major Crimes Division over control of a case.

The New Job (Stargate and The Unit) Edit

After being injured in the line of duty, Sgt. Maj. Jonas Blane of the Unit is asked to consider a promotion to be the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Department of Homeworld Security under Lt. Gen. Jack O’Neill.

Myriad Universes Edit

It’s been said that for any event, there is an infinite number of possible outcomes.  Our choices determine which outcome will follow, and therefore all possibilities that could happen do happen across countless alternate realities.  In these divergent realms, known history is bent, like white light through a prism – broken into a boundless spectrum of what-might-have-beens.  But in those myriad universes, what might have been... is what actually happened.

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