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The Discovery Incident
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"The multiverse theory is a hypothetical group of multiple separate universes including the universe in which humans live. Together, these universes comprise everything that exists: the entirety of space, time, matter, energy, the physical laws and the constants that describe them."
Game Number EX
Status Canon
Preceded by... The Ties That Bind
Followed by... Shadow Over Gotham
Far Away Lights began on April 30, 2018, and ended on May 31, 2018. It is based around various science fiction series, most notably Star Trek with elements of Star Wars and Mass Effect.

The event depicts one of the earliest multiversal disturbances following Point Zero, one that has an unwitting effect on the rest of the space-time continuum and the multiverse as a whole, as the voyage to bring a group of randomly displaced individuals from different worlds back home quickly becomes a perilous journey with the stability of the multiverse at stake.

It was hosted by Atomic Knight and Ver, and can be found here.

Participants Edit

Other Characters Edit

  • Catherine Chun
  • Commander Shepard
  • Darth Rex
  • Dell Honne
  • EDI
  • Elliot
  • Greg Adams
  • James Kirk
  • James Vega
  • Karin Chakwas
  • Leonard McCoy
  • Liara T'Soni
  • Michael Burnham
  • Montgomery Scott
  • Paul Stamets
  • Revan
  • Sarek
  • Saru
  • Spock
  • Steve Cortez
  • Sylvia Tilly

Chapter Details Edit

Chapter 1 - "Into the Stars" Edit

Chapter 2 - "Into Darkness" Edit

Chapter 3 - "Into the Abyss" Edit

Chapter 4 - "Into the Deep" Edit

Final Chapter - "Into the Maw" Edit

Epilogue Details Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The event is a remake of an earlier, unfinished event, Into the Stars, of which the first chapter is named after, retaking its place in the canon with a completely different plot.
    • The name "Far Away Lights" is derived from the original working title of Into the Stars.
  • In-universe, the event is referred to as the "Discovery Incident."
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