FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Wasn't Enterprise good enough for you?
WellÖ yes and no. There were a lot of good things about the original show, such as the original concept and the characters in it. However, many of us feel that Enterprise could've been handled differently, so it adhered to its original concept as well as overall continuity with the rest of the franchise better. More often than not, Enterprise seemed like a continuation of Voyager, or came off as essentially TNG in the 22nd Century.
How long has Star Trek: Foundations been in development?
Since around August of 2004. I think. It was before ENT's 4th season originally aired. You can read more about it in the lengthier Full Introduction.
Do you release episodes on a regular schedule?
Yes. We have established a schedule of releasing episodes every two weeks, and we hope to stick to it. There will be planned hiatuses which will be announced ahead of time, and in the event that an unplanned hiatus needs to be taken, we will announce that as well.
What does the ship/crew/etc. look like?
Images will be released eventually and put in the Special Features section. Until then, I'm afraid everyone (including me) will have to use their imaginations.
Who writes/works on Foundations?
An updated list is located in the Staff section.
Would you ever do a crossover with another fan fiction?
No. Other fan fictions are the sole work of their respective creators. I donít really read other fan fictions either, for that matter. The only way there would be any kind of crossover would be if I really knew the people involved well, and a whole bunch of other extremely special conditions. Iím sorry if this disappoints anyone.
Can I join the Foundations staff?
You can, but you should have an idea of what you want to do. If you donít know how you want to help, but would still like to join, you can still ask to join, but you may or may not be accepted. All you need to do to apply is to sent a Private Message to CX and ask. Be sure to include what area you'd be interested in (art, writing/development), as well as an introduction of yourself. Be prepared to answer questions about yourself.