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pike/number one

'shipping it old skool

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Description:
Fans of Christopher Pike and Number One


Welcome to pike_numberone, a comm for pretty much the first Star Trek 'ship ever.

Whether you've every line of "The Cage" memorised and idolise Majel Barrett's cool, calm, collected XO of Jeff Hunter's Enterprise, or you've just fallen head over heels for Bruce Greenwood (baritone) as Pike in Star Trek (2009) and are giddy about the possibility of him and his Number One having a future that doesn't involve Talos IV or J-Class Cruisers with wonky baffle plates, this is the comm for you!

[Note: Yes, that is Jennifer Garner as Number One in the layout graphics. No, she does not appear in Star Trek (2009).]


Posting Guidelines

  1. Please keep posts on-topic, i.e. relating to Christopher Pike and/or Number One, from either Star Trek: The Original Series or Star Trek (2009), officially licensed tie-in novels, comics, websites, and other expanded universe relating to Pike and Number One.


  2. When posting fiction, please include the following header outside the cut tag:

    Subjectline: "Story Title" by Author, 1/_, Rated _

    Title:
    Author:
    Rating:
    Synopsis:
    Content Warnings:



    And tag your content appropriately using the comm's tag library.


  3. When posting fiction, please include Content Warnings for: Graphic Violence, Rape, Sexual Assault, Non-Consensual Sex, Dubious Consent, Incest, Underage Sex

  4. When posing icons, please only include maximum of 4 samples outside the cut tag, and the rest of the icons should be placed inside a cut tag.

  5. When posting fan art, any graphics including nudity and/or adult content should be placed inside a cut tag.

  6. Graphics over 600 pixels wide should be placed inside an LJ-cut

  7. Cross-posting is allowed.


Content Ratings Guide:

Rated G
General Audiences-All Ages
Contains no adult themes, explicit or implied violence, sex, drug use, coarse or foul language which would be considered unsuitable for readers of any age.

Rated PG
Some Material May Not Be Suitable For Children,
Parental Guidance Suggested

This would be the equivalent rating of an actual episode of Star Trek. Contains no explicit violence, sex, drug use, coarse or foul language which would be considered unsuitable for readers below the age of 13. May contain some adult themes, implied sexuality and violence.

Rated PG-13
Some Material May Be Inappropriate For Children Under 13,
Parents Strongly Cautioned

A PG-13 story is one which leaps beyond the boundaries of the PG rating in theme, violence, nudity, sensuality, language (a story's single use of one of the harsher sexually-derived words, though only as an expletive, would automatically require a PG-13 rating), or other contents, but does not quite fit within the restricted R category.

Rated R
Some Material May Be Inappropriate For Children Under 18,
Parents Strongly Cautioned

Contains explicit (i.e. fully and clearly expressed; leaving nothing implied) and/or graphic violence, implicit sex, drug use, coarse or foul language which would be considered unsuitable for readers below the age of 18. More than one such use of one of the harsher sexually- derived words as an expletive would automatically require an R rating.

Rated NC-17
Inappropriate For Children Under 18, Parents Strongly Cautioned
Contains explicit (i.e. fully and clearly expressed; leaving nothing implied) and/or graphic violence, implicit sex, drug use, coarse or foul language which would be considered unsuitable for readers below the age of 18. Repeated use of sexually-derived words, as either an expletive or in a sexual context, would automatically require an NC-17 rating. NC-17 does not necessarily mean "obscene or pornographic" in the oft-accepted or legal meaning of those words. Instead, it refers to the graphic nature of the content and language. Authors are encouraged to use common sense when labelling their fiction, and only label stories as NC-17 if the subject matter and language truly warrant the rating.


Content Labels are not required, however should you desire to label content, please follow the following Content Labelling System:

gen - "general" fiction, i.e. plot driven or character driven, rather than romance.
het - romance fiction focusing on or featuring heterosexual relationships.
slash - romance fiction focusing on or featuring gay, lesbian or bi-sexual relationships.
het/slash - romance fiction focusing on or featuring hetereosexual and gay, lesbian or bi-sexual relationships.
gen/het - a plot driven or character driven story with some romance elements focusing on or featuring heterosexual relationships.
gen/slash - a plot driven or character driven story with some romance elements focusing on or featuring gay, lesbian or bi-sexual relationships
gen/het/slash - a plot driven or character driven story with some romance elements focusing on or featuring heterosexual and gay, lesbian or bi-sexual relationships


How to use a cut tag:





Moderators: taraljc and boosette

Affiliates: pike_2009, womenoftrek, startrekfic, tosfic, andtimetable, trek_het
Graphics: taraljc
Layout: The World Tonight by mentahelada

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