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The Holosuite

Our holosuites are open 26 hours per day and are stocked with all the best Star Trek universe fanfiction and fanart. Reserve your holosuite today. You won’t be sorry.

Captain Nog of the 25th Century is the story of Nog as Captain of the USS Tycoon. As the Undine ravage the Beta Quadrant and take aim at the Alpha Quadrant, Captain Nog and his crew prepare for the battle of a lifetime.

Dive into the headcanons of Star Trek fans from all over the world! If you have fanfic you would like to submit, then please visit our submissions page.

Ever wonder what happened to Wesley after he left the Enterprise-D with The Traveler? Wonder no longer. Now you can follow the adventures of Wes Crusher, The Intrepid Traveler, right here in the Unimatrix Zero Holosuite.

We love fanart, and we get great joy out of highlight fanartists and helping them showcase their work. Come on in and see what these amazing artists are up to, and how they are contributing to expansion of the Trek universe.

Dr. Plox is inarguably one of the most unique characters in Star Trek canon. Now, JAlexMac brings us Phlox on his latest adventures as he embarks on new relationship with a human.

Welcome to the Holosuite

I still remember the first time I ever encountered the holodeck. 

It was September 1987, "Encounter at Farpoint Part 2," the pilot episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Data was on board a starship flying through space. Within the ship, he was in a room behind a closed door. He was also sitting in a tree in the middle of a serene forest while whistling a tune. Young Wesley Crusher came in so excited to see and experience this fascinating new technology that he hopped onto an unsteady rock and fell into the creek. He got soaking wet! Data jumps down from the tree and rushes to Wesley’s aid. Data grabs Wesley, lifts him out of the water and up over his head with one arm. He holds him there as Crusher stares in awe—his first encounter with the android. 

What just happened!?! 

The small eight year old me who was not only watching Star Trek for the first time, but also experiencing science fiction on television for the first time, was mesmerized by the holodeck and that never really changed. Throughout the seven seasons of TNG, and as the franchise progressed through Deep Space Nine and then Voyager, holodeck episodes were always and still are among my favorites. Whether it’s Worf pouting his way through an ancient western adventure with Alexander, the crew of DS9 playing baseball with Vulcans, Captain Proton, or the often fandom-maligned Vic Fontaine episodes, I love them all.

That’s why I’m so delighted to have my own holosuite right here in Unimatrix Zero. Just like holodecks in the Trek universe, The Holosuite section of this column will be all about fiction and stories. When you come to enjoy The Holosuite, you’ll find ever-increasing amounts of Trek fan fiction and fan art. Hopefully we’ll eventually have fan cartoons and comics here as well. 

A lot of the content will be my own fan fiction and art that I write and create. But we’ll also put out calls for submissions of Trek fan fiction and art to publish in the column. — That’s right, you don’t only get to read content here in Unimatrix Zero. In the Holosuite, you’ll actually have the opportunity to participate, create, and have your own fan fiction and art highlighted here.

 

So while you’re here getting your Trek universe news in Ten Forward, and diving into the philosophy of Trek over at Quark’s Bar, don’t forget to stop by The Holosuite for some good old fashioned stories and entertainment.