"When Star Trek: The Next Generation first came out I was very young, but my mother would always watch it with me. She got hooked on Star Trek back when William Shatner was still considered smoking hot. Watching TNG, DS9 and VOY throughout the 90s kept me going, but when the new millenium hit I needed more. So I started writing my own Star Trek stories. I discovered entire communities out on the early days of Web 2.0, I joined a Fleet all those years ago and I'm still going strong. Writing different characters on different games. All the while honing my writing and enjoying the community as well as the Star Trek Universe. Roddenberry's vision is super inclusive and egalitarian, and it has inspired a huge community of like-minded people to come together. I hope that through expanding on those stories we can add to that, and keep Roddenberry's vision alive."
I have been a fan of Star Trek and other Science Fiction my entire life. The way technology evolves nowadays a lot of that fiction has become a reality. We have mobile communication with each other and can share large amounts of data in a matter of seconds, just like they predicted decades back. I'm just waiting for Warp Drive and Transporters now.
I like to be creative (with technology like 3D printing, but also by rebuilding old cars), for that you can find me in my garage. You can also find me playing board games. or mix drinks!
Live long and prosper!
I've been a longtime Star Trek fan who at the end fell in love with the TOS series. Since 2016 I own an Etsy store with Star Trek props and even provided props for Star Trek fan-films. So look and listen closely, you might see and hear some of my work in some fan-films.
My mission at Sector 31? Spreading the love for Star Trek by arranging the Sector 31 meetings and creating the (mainly TOS) elements.
I’ve always loved reading fantasy. It started with the common fairy tales, then Paul van Loon’s horror, Tais Teng’s “400 degrees in the Shadows”, Isaac Asimov. Soap series on tv never appealed to me; the series my dad watched on tv were much more interesting. The A-team, MacGyver and one day.... Star Trek The Next Gen! Travelling amongst the stars is the ultimate fairytale and it got me hooked on all things Sci-fi.
Linda Van De Burgt
Originally I am a William Shatner and boardgame fan. Since my introduction to Sector 31, however, I love the game Star Trek Adventures and I feel completely at home in the Star Trek atmosphere.
For me Star Trek is all about equality.
No matter how different, there's always acceptance.
No subject to bold to handle.
That always inspired me, and along with me lots of others.
Just look at the world around us, many things that, in my opinion, would not be here if it wasn't for the immense Star Trek community that tries to make it a reality.
The main objective of Starfleet is exploration. And in the same way Star Trek has been exploring ideas and possibilities for over half a decade now. What I love most about Star Trek is this curiosity and ingenuity. Star Trek shows us myriad ways in which life and cultures could exist, and teaches inspiring lessons while doing that.
To this day, I find it difficult to briefly explain what it is that Star Trek appeals to me. Every aspect that Star Trek shows offers something for someone. Inspiration, motivation, technology, adventure, science, fantasy, life lessons, breaking taboos. Everything is in it. It emphasizes our flaws as human beings, but at the same time stimulates our potential as humanity. I think that's the attraction of Star Trek.
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