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Rittenhouse Archives presents STAR TREK Movies Trading Cards, based on the reboot feature films "Star Trek" and "Star Trek Into Darkness"released in 2009 & 2013. Each box includes 2 Autograph Cards. Autograph signers from both new movies include Chris PIne, Zachary Quinto, Jennifer Morrison, Ben Cross, Simon Pegg, Alice Eve and many more. Star Trek Into Darkness bonus sets include a 12 card costume relic set (numbered to 300 of each); 24 card Uniform Badge set featuring several different badge types (numbered to 250 of each); a 9-card fold-out set; a 110-Card SILVER Parallel Base Set (1:12 Packs and numbered to 200 each); and a 110-Card GOLD Parallel Base Set (1:24 Packs and numbered to 100 each!). In addition there will be a 110-Card Star Trek Movie (2009) Set, featuring detailed scene-by-scene plot synopses and photos for the entire movie (1:3 Packs); a 110-Card Star Trek Movie (2009) SILVER Parallel Set (1:12 Packs and numbered to 200 each); and a 110-Card Star Trek Movie (2009) GOLD Parallel Set (1:24 Packs and numbered to 100 each!). For every 6 cases purchased there was a Simon Pegg autographed relic card. For every 9 cases purchased there was a Benedict Cumberbatch autograph card. Each case comes with one of two different "Space, The Final Frontier..." monologue cards, one from each movie. A set of three archive boxes (A, B & C) was given for every 18 cases purchased and includes 20 Silver parallel cards (10 from each movie) and 10 Gold parallel cards (5 from each movie), as well as all of the other pack-inserted bonus cards, both multi-case incentive cards and all three promos. There is a custom designed 3-inch collector's album which contains an exclusive promo card P3.

The numbers of the GOLD parallel sets were increased from 25 to 100 cards after a brief but vociferous barrage of messages from unhappy collectors on the RA bulletin board. The company, to their credit, responded decisively and swiftly to make the change. 25 each of 220 cards would have made it impossible to complete a true master set for all but the very wealthiest of collectors.

3 STID Silver Parallel 3 STID Gold Parallel 3 110 ST09 Silver Parallel 110 ST09 Gold Parallel 110

This is by far the largest Star Trek trading card set ever released with 776 different cards! Having 660 base and parallel base cards plus what will be 24 thick badge cards, 12 less thick relic cards (with possible variants) and 36 autographs, it will take at least 2 larger than usual binders to house them all.

All images courtesy of scifihobby.com with some crafty photoshopping by me!
Manufacturer Date of release Production run Packs per box Cards per pack Card size
Rittenhouse Archives 26 February 2014 10,000 boxes 24 6 (5 with fold-out card, 3 with relic card, 1 with badge card) 2½" x 3½"
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Star Trek Into Darkness Base Set

001 1 Chris Pine as Kirk
Zachary Quinto as Spock
Zoe Saldana as Uhura
Simon Pegg as Scotty
Karl Urban as Bones
John Cho as Sulu
Anton Yelchin as Chekov
Benedict Cumberbatch as Khan
Peter Weller as Admiral Marcus
Alice Eve as Carol Marcus
Bruce Greenwood as Admiral Pike

Directed by:
J.J. Abrams
Original Release Date:
May 17, 2013
038 38 As Kirk pilots the K'normian trading ship towards Qo'nos, a D4-class Klingon vessel suddenly appears and opens fire. Kirk tries to outmaneuver the Klingon vessel by navigating through a narrow passage that is too large for the Klingon ship to pass through. The away team momentarily gets away, but as they emerge on the other side of the passage, several more Klingon vessels surround them. 075 75 A Vengeance security officer appears and points a phaser at Scotty's head. Meanwhile, Sulu tells Kirk to use the display compass in his helmet to correct his trajectory. Kirk makes the necessary adjustments, but his helmet begins to crack. Kirk's display compass fails, and Spock tells him that without it, hitting his target destination is mathematically impossible. Khan hits a piece of debris and loses communication with the Enterprise
002 2 On the M-class planet Nibiru, primitive humanoid natives chase Kirk and Bones through red-toned terrain. The pasty-white natives hurl spears at the two Starfleet officers who have clearly done something to upset their pursuers. Kirk hails Shuttle One, piloted by Sulu, and says that the natives are now free of the kill zone. Kirk says that Spock should now neutralize the volcano which threatens the entire planet. 039 39 Surrounded by Klingon ships, Uhura tells Kirk and Spock that the Klingons will torture them. Question them and then kill them. Uhura makes it clear to Kirk that they cannot shoot their way out of this situation. She insists that he allow her to speak with the Klingons to try to get them out of this predicament. Kirk allows Uhura to do so, while the rest of the away team prepares for battle, even if it may be their last. 076 76 Khan re-establishes contact with the Enterprise, and he tells Kirk to follow his lead. Meanwhile, a security officer continues to point a phaser at Scotty. With only moments to spare, Scotty grabs a tight hold, turns and punches the control button to open the access port. The security officer is instantly blown into space, as Kirk and Khan enter the ship. Scotty manages to close the port, and Kirk and Khan make a safe landing.
003 3 On Shuttle One Uhura helps Spock put on a thermal suit that will enable him to withstand intense heat inside the volcano which threatens all life on the planet Nibiru. Spock reminds Kirk of the Prime Directive, but that's the least of Kirk's worries at the moment. Meanwhile, Sulu worries that the ash from the volcano is killing the coils of Shuttle One. Sulu presses Spock and Uhura to move more quickly. 040 40 A nervous Uhura confronts a squad of armed Klingons, as the rest of the away team watches from inside their ship. Uhura warns the Klingons of a criminal hiding among the ruins. The leader of the Klingon squad appears unimpressed by Uhura's words and prepares to kill her. Suddenly, John Harrison opens fire on the Klingons and saves Uhura's life. 077 77 After successfully spacejumping from the
Enterprise to the Vengeance, Kirk introduces Khan to Scotty. Khan looks around and tells Kirk that Admiral Marcus and his crew will know they are here. Kirk unpacks their weapons and hands a phaser to Khan. The phaser is locked to stun, but Khan says that the Vengeance officers phasers will likely be set to kill. Scotty takes a phaser, too, and the three armed men proceed to the bridge of the ship.
004 4 Attached to the shuttle by a tether, Spock descends into the volcano, but his tether snaps. Spock falls, but he miraculously avoids being consumed by the lava. Sulu ditches the shuttle and tells Kirk and Bones they are on their own. As the natives nearly catch them, Kirk and Bones jump off a cliff and into the ocean below. They swim to safety aboard the Enterprise, which sat submerged, out of sight of the Nibiru natives 041 41 John Harrison wages war on the Klingons. The away team joins the battle, but they soon retreat. Kirk, Spock and Uhura watch as Harrison puts on a super-human display of killing Klingons, the likes of which none of them have ever seen before. One by one, Harrison obliterates the Klingons and their ships. All the while, Harrison appears unharmed. 078 78 Back aboard the Enterprise, Uhura notifies Spock that she has his requested transmission from New Vulcan. Spock asks for the transmission to be put on-screen. The image of his older self suddenly appears on the view screen, and the two Spocks greet each other.
005 5 Spock activates a cold fusion device that will save the planet Nibiru from dying. But the ship's transporter cannot beam Spock back from its present location before the device detonates. Spock insists that Kirk not do anything that would violate the Prime Directive in order to save him. With only 90 seconds to spare, Spock prepares himself for death. Kirk insists there must be a way to save his Vulcan first officer. 042 42 After obliterating the Klingons, John Harrison charges towards the away team. He demands to know how many torpedoes they have–the ones used to threaten him in Sulu's message. When Spock says there are 72 torpedoes, Harrison inexplicably surrenders. Kirk then tries to pummel Harrison, who takes each punch without flinching. Kirk finally stops, weakened by his own ineffective barrage of blows. 079 79 On board the Vengeance, security officers escort Marcus to the bridge, where she finds her father, Admiral Marcus. Carol slaps him and says that she's ashamed to be his daughter. Security then takes Carol away, while another officer informs the admiral that a hangar door on Deck 13 has been opened. Admiral Marcus intuitively knows that Khan is now aboard his ship.
006 6 Kirk abandons the Prime Directive in order to save Spock. The Enterprise rises from the ocean floor, and appears before the Nibiru natives. Just as the cold fusion device detonates, the Enterprise successfully beams Spock back. To Bones' disgust, Spock is only concerned that Kirk allowed the primitive natives to see their ship. Meanwhile, Uhura announces that the mission was successful. The Enterprise then warps away. 043 43 Back aboard the Enterprise, a team of red shirt security officers escort John Harrison to the brig. Kirk tells Bones to meet him there and then tells Uhura to notify Starfleet that they have Harrison in custody. After Kirk departs for the brig, Uhura gives Spock a kiss. Without saying a word, she has forgiven Spock for what happened on Nibiru. She understands him more clearly now, although Spock may not understand her quite so well. 080 80 As Kirk, Khan and Scotty carefully make their way towards the bridge of the Vengeance, but Scotty warns that the combat ship's power, including weapons, will be restored at any moment. Once that happens, the Vengeance will be Capable of firing on and destroying the Enterprise. They must move faster. Khan tells Scotty that they can't use the turbolifts, since Marcus would be able to track them and trap them inside.
007 7 In London, Stardate 2259.55,
Thomas and Rima Harewood travel to the Royal Children's Hospital, where their daughter lays dying. Thomas Harewood is a member of Section 31, responsible for developing top secret, advanced weapons systems for Starfleet. He walks quietly outside the hospital and contemplates his daughter's dire situation. Suddenly, a stranger walks up to him and says that he can save
Harewood's daughter.
044 44 At the brig, Bones takes a blood sample from John Harrison. Harrison then turns to Kirk and asks why the ship is not moving. Harrison correctly suggests that perhaps there has been an unexpected malfunction in the ship's warp core. Bones wants to know how he would know that, but Kirk cuts him off. Harrison suggests that Kirk would find his insights valuable. Kirk and Spock ignore the comment and begin to walk away. 081 81 Younger Spock asks older Spock whether he ever encountered a man named Khan. Older Spock reveals that Khan Noonien Singh is the most dangerous adversary the Enterprise ever faced. He adds that Khan is brilliant, ruthless, and will not hesitate to kill everyone on board the ship. Younger Spock asks if older Spock defeated Khan, which older Spock says was achieved, but at great cost. Younger Spock asks how he defeated Khan.
008 8 While enjoying a romantic tryst, Kirk is summoned to Admiral Pike's office at Starfleet Headquarters. Kirk believes Pike has selected Spock and him for Starfleet's new program–a five-year mission into deep space–and now plans to inform them. Spock resists jumping to that conclusion but Kirk asks who else Starfleet could send on this mission. Spock, in typically logical fashion, says that he can think of numerous possibilities 045 45 As Kirk and Spock walk away, Harrison says that ignoring him will get everyone on their ship killed. Spock recommends not engaging the prisoner further, believing that Harrison will only try to manipulate Kirk. Ignoring Spock's advice, Kirk returns and tells Harrison that he is a criminal, that the only reason he is still alive is because Kirk has allowed it, and that he should shut his mouth. 082 82 As Kirk, Khan and Scotty continue towards the bridge of the Vengeance, several security officers attack. Kirk and Scotty stand back in awe as they watch Khan dispassionately and systematically kill the security officers. Kirk and Scotty engage in battle with other security officers, whom they defeat less easily. When they finish fighting, Kirk and Scotty realize that Khan has disappeared.
009 9 Instead of selecting Kirk and Spock for the new five-year mission, Pike chews out Kirk and Spock for violating the Prime Directive on Nibiru. Pike reminds them that Starfleet's mandate is to explore and observe, not to interfere. Kirk feels betrayed by Spock, who filed the report behind Kirk's back. As Spock tries to defend their actions, Pike grows weary of the Vulcan's attitude and dismisses him. Pike's greater frustration lies with Kirk. 046 46 John Harrison reveals to Kirk coordinates not far from Earth–23.17.46.11 Harrison tells Kirk to investigate those coordinates, which will reveal reasons why Harrison committed his crimes. Kirk asks Harrison for one reason why he should listen to anything he has to say. Harrison replies that that are 72 reasons (the torpedoes provided by Admiral Marcus), all of which are on board Kirk's ship. Harrison suggests that Kirk open one up. 083 83 Spock orders Uhura to assemble all senior medical and engineering staff in the weapons bay. Spock then turns to McCoy and asks him whether he can replicate the process of activating one of the torpedoes containing Khan's people. McCoy wants to know why he should do that–he's a doctor, not a torpedo technician. Spock tells McCoy to listen very carefully. Spock has a plan.
010 10 Frustrated with Kirk, Pike asks him what was the lesson learned from the Nibiru mission. Kirk flippantly replies "never trust a Vulcan." Pike scolds Kirk for among other things, failing to respect 'the Chair,' Pike finally tells Kirk that Admiral Marcus convened a special tribunal over the matter, resulting in Kirk's removal as captain of the Enterprise and in Kirk's return to Starfleet Academy. 047 47 Back on Earth. Scotty laments to Keenser the loss of their jobs aboard the Enterprise. Suddenly, Scotty receives an urgent call from Kirk, whom he refers to as sarcastically "James Tiberius Perfect Hair." Kirk asks Scotty to investigate the coordinates given to him by John Harrison and admits to his former chief engineer that he may have been right about Admiral Marcus' toroedoes. 084 84 Kirk and Scotty finally reconnect with Khan and head for the bridge. Kirk takes Scotty aside and orders him to stun Khan the minute they get to the bridge. Scotty is confused, but trusts Kirk. As the Vengeance's power comes back online, Admiral Marcus orders his crew to re-target the Enterprise. Kirk, Khan and Scotty then burst through the doors of the bridge and take out all of Marcus' men. Then Scotty stuns Khan.
011 11 At an undisclosed location in London, the mysterious man, who told Thomas Harewood that he could save his daughter's life, extracts some of his own blood and put it in vials. He then puts one of the blood-filled vials, along with a Starfleet Academy class ring, into a container. He then delivers that container to Harewood. 048 48 Kirk, Spock and Bones debate opening up one of the 72 torpedoes carried aboard the Enterprise. Kirk's instincts tell him to proceed, but Bones asks who on board is qualified to do the job, since Scotty is no longer among the crew. Spock says that Admiral Marcus' daughter appears to have interest in the torpedoes and that she is a weapons specialist. A confused Kirk suddenly learns that Science Officer Carol Wallace is really Carol Marcus. 085 85 Kirk informs Admiral Marcus that he's under arrest. However, Marcus emphatically claims that war is coming and that if he's not in charge, their entire way of life will be decimated. Kirk is not swayed. As Kirk momentarily checks on Carol Marcus, Khan awakens from being stunned. He knocks out Scotty, and nearly kills Kirk and Carol. Khan then grabs Admiral Marcus and crushes his skull. Carol looks on in horror.
012 12 Harewood brings the mysterious man's blood to his daughter's hospital room. He transfuses the blood into his daughter's body. The young girl almost immediately shows signs of recovery. The man has delivered on his promise to save Harewood's daughter. Now it is time for Harewood to do something for the mysterious man. 049 49 Carol Marcus apologizes to Kirk for her deception in getting aboard the Enterprise. Marcus explains that her father, Admiral Marcus, was developing prototype torpedoes, but when she tried to confront him about them, he wouldn't see her. Carol later discovered that the torpedoes had disappeared from the official records and were delivered to the Enterprise. She simply followed the torpedoes. 086 86 Khan takes over the bridge of the Vengeance and holds a phaser to Kirk's head. Spock accuses Khan of betrayal. Khan offers a simple exchange–his crew for the Enterprise crew. Kirk tries to tell Spock not to negotiate, but Khan knocks him out. Spock, realizing that he has no choice but to cooperate with Khan, orders Sulu to lower the ship's shields, so that Khan can transport his torpedoes aboard the Vengeance.
013 13 Harewood enters the Kelvin Memorial Archive. the covert home of Section 31, which develops top secret, advanced weapons systems under Starfleet Admiral Marcus. Harewood calmly moves past security. Seated at his desk, Harewood sends a message to Marcus and then drops the mysterious man's ring into a glass of water. The ring and water react to cause an explosion that destroys the entire building, with Harewood in it. 050 50 Carol Marcus explains that it's too dangerous to open one of the torpedoes on board the Enterprise. She notes that there is a nearby planetoid where she can open up one of them, but that she will need help. While explaining this to Kirk, Marcus asks him to turn around. She then begins to change into an away flight suit. Kirk turns back and sees Marcus in her underwear and is stunned by her beauty. 087 87 After fulfilling his end of the bargain by allowing Khan to transport his torpedoes to the Vengeance, Spock demands that Khan fulfill his end. Khan then tells a badly injured Kirk that it's only fitting he should return to his crew–after all, no ship should go down without its captain. Spock realizes they have been betrayed again. Khan transports Kirk, Scotty and Carol Marcus back to the Enterprise and deposits them inside the brig.
014 14 The demoted Kirk retreats to a bar. Pike suddenly appears and takes a seat next to him. Pike reminds Kirk that they first met in a place like this when Kirk took an epic beating. Kirk laughs at the memory. Pike says that Starfleet gave him the Enterprise but that he convinced Admiral Marcus to make Kirk the ship's first officer. Kirk is speechless. Pike suddenly receives an emergency message from Daystrom and tells Kirk to suit up. 051 51 Sulu informs Kirk that Marcus and McCoy have landed on the planetoid with one of the torpedoes. Uhura confirms she has sent a message to Starfleet that John Harrison is in custody, but she's received no reply. Chekov then informs Kirk that he's found the source of the warp core leak, but the damage is substantial. Chekov takes full responsibility. Kirk Suspects it's not Chekov's fault, nor that of anyone else among his crew. 088 88 Khan unleashes a furious attack on the Enterprise. Meanwhile, Spock has tricked Khan. He had Dr. McCoy remove the frozen bodies in their cryotubes from their torpedoes and then armed the devices to detonate shortly after Khan transported them to the Vengeance. With only seconds to spare, Spock prepares the crew for imminent proximity detonation.
015 15 On his way to an emergency session, Kirk runs into Spock. Kirk clearly has lost patience for his former first officer. He tells Spock that where he comes from, when someone saves your life, you don't stab that person in the back. Notwithstanding his frustration over the Vulcan's actions, Kirk tells Spock that he will miss him. Spock appears dumbfounded and speechless. He offers no response. Kirk rolls his eyes and departs. 052 52 Kirk opens a channel to the shuttlecraft and thanks Bones for accompanying Dr. Marcus to the planetoid. Bones jokes that when he dreamed of being stuck on a deserted planet with a gorgeous woman, there was no torpedo. Kirk reminds him that he's not there to flirt. As he carries supplies to the work area where he and Marcus prepare to open the torpedo, Bones asks her how his legendary hands can be of service. 089 89 Spock's plan works. Khan's torpedoes detonate aboard the Vengeance, knocking out the combat ship's weapons and sparing the Enterprise from certain destruction. Meanwhile, Kirk and Scotty help Carol Marcus to med-bay. Bones confirms that he helped Spock with the torpedoes. Kirk wants to know if Spock killed Khan's people. Bones says that Spock is cold, but not that cold. Bones removed all of the cryotubes from the torpedoes.
016 16 Admiral Marcus convenes an emergency session of senior command in the region. He informs the group that Commander John Harrison, one of their own, masterminded the destruction of a Starfleet data archive in London, resulting in the deaths of 42 men and women. For reasons unknown, Harrison has declared a one-man war on Starfleet. Marcus lets them know that they must now hunt down Harrison, pure and simple. 053 53 Carol Marcus explains to Bones what they must do in order to open up the torpedo. Bones tells Marcus that he once performed an emergency C-section on a pregnant Gorn–octuplets–and that those little bastards bite. With that said, he tells Marcus that he thinks he can work some magic on her missile. Meanwhile, with communications still open, Kirk and Sulu listen in amusement, if not bewilderment, at Bones commentary. 090 90 The central power grid of the Enterprise suddenly fails, and the damaged ship's orbit begins to deteriorate. Auxiliary power also fails, and the ship is caught in Earth's gravitational pull. As acting captain, Spock orders the crew to abandon ship. Spock intends to remain on board to divert all power to life support and evacuation shuttle bays. Sulu and the other members of the bridge crew refuse to leave.
017 17 During the emergency session led by Admiral Marcus, Kirk points out that, in the event of the kind of attack that took place in London, protocol mandates that all captains and their first officers must gather at Starfleet headquarters, in the very room where they are meeting. Kirk suddenly realizes that they have been set Up. At that moment, John Harrison's ship appears. Kirk yells to clear the room. 054 54 As Bones and Carol Marcus try to open the torpedo, a small door suddenly closes hard on Bones' arm, and he can't pull free. The warhead begins counting down. With only 30 seconds to detonation, Kirk orders Spock to beam them back, but the transporter cannot isolate Bones from the torpedo. Marcus desperately pulls out the detonator, and the countdown stops. The torpedo doors open, revealing a man frozen inside a cryotube. 091 91 Gravity systems aboard the Enterprise fail, as the ship falls helplessly towards Earth. Scotty tells Kirk that they must get to engineering, to the warp core, to stabilize the ship. Kirk and Scotty race to engineering, but the ship continues to somersault. Kirk grabs Scotty to keep him from falling, but Kirk has a tenuous grip himself. Just as Kirk loses his grip, Chekov grabs his arm and keeps both men from plunging to their deaths.
018 18 John Harrison pilots a heavily armed jump ship and unleashes a vicious attack on the senior command at Starfleet. Kirk dives for cover and avoids being hit. Admiral Pike also takes cover and calls for an air defense team. Security officers immediately converge on the conference room, but Harrison blows them away. Kirk grabs one of the downed officers' phaser rifles and runs into a side hallway where he fires on Harrison's ship. 055 55 Scotty pilots a shuttlecraft to the coordinates John Harrison provided to Kirk at the edge of Jupiter. Scotty soon comes across a large space station. At an opportune moment, he joins a procession of vessels entering the station, and his presence goes undetected. As Scotty listens to the space chatter, he looks up and sees something incredible - the U.S.S. Vengeance, a Federation warship Unlike any he has ever before encountered. 092 92 Scotty tells Kirk that, even if they get the warp core online, they still have to redirect the power. But the housings are misaligned, so there's no way to accomplish that. Scotty believes the ship is dead, but Kirk doesn't believe in no-win situations. He knocks Scotty cold and then enters the warp core chamber, exposing himself to lethal doses of radiation. Kirk knows he is about to sacrifice himself in order to save the Enterprise and its crew.
019 19 Needing more than a phaser rifle to stop Harrison's attack, Kirk breaks open a fire panel. He wraps a fire hose around the rifle and heaves it towards the engine of Harrison's ship. The ploy works, causing Harrison's ship to malfunction. As the ship spins out of control, Harrison beams off his ship, just moments before it crashes. Meanwhile, Spock pulls Admiral Pike to a safer location, but Pike has been fatally wounded. 056 56 Dr. Marcus explains to Kirk that the torpedo had been retrofitted to hide a cryotube. Bones adds that the man inside the cryotube is alive, but if they try to revive him without the proper sequencing, it could kill him. Bones notes that there has been no need for this cryo-technology since warp capability was developed, which explains the most interesting thing about the man inside the cryotube–he is 300 years old. 093 93 Kirk enters the warp core chamber and exposes himself to lethal doses of radiation. Kirk must align the housings of the warp core, which will bring power back online. Struggling under the effects of the radiation, Kirk forges ahead in his mission. Meanwhile, aboard the bridge, Sulu warns that if they don't get power back, they will soon be incinerated upon entry into Earth's atmosphere. The ship's exterior begins to lose its integrity.
020 20 Spock initiates mind meld with Admiral Pike, who has been mortally wounded by John Harrison. No words as spoken aloud between Spock and Pike. but the two clearly communicate. Suddenly, Pike stops breathing. Kirk runs to Pike and realizes that his mentor, the man who believed in him most, when even Kirk didn't believe in himself, is gone. 057 57 John Harrison explains that he and his people were genetically engineered to be superior in order to lead others to peace in a world at war, but they were eventually condemned as criminals. They used cryotubes to escape Earth, but after the destruction of Vulcan, his ship was found by Starfleet. He alone was revived and used by Admiral Marcus to advance Marcus' cause. Harrison admits his true identity: "My name is Khan!" 094 94 In the warp core chamber, Kirk finally reaches the housings. His initial attempts to align the housings fail. Finally, Kirk musters all his strength and completes the task. At that moment, a blast of energy tosses Kirk like a rag doll to the bottom of the chamber. With the warp core back online, Spock orders maximum thrusters. The ship stabilizes. Kirk has saved the Enterprise.
021 21 Kirk and Spock stand over the lifeless body of Admiral Pike, who has been murdered by John Harrison. Kirk walks slowly away, staring into the distance, contemplating what has just happened. Meanwhile, Harrison, who beamed away from his gun ship moments before it crashed, rematerializes on Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld. This is the one place where Harrison believes Starfleet will not go to track him down. 058 58 Khan explains to Kirk that Marcus used his warrior mind to develop weapons and warships, and his savagery to realize his vision of a militarized Starfleet. Khan reveals that Marcus sent Kirk to fire Khan's torpedoes on Qo'noS and purposely crippled the Enterprise in enemy space to provoke a war with the Klingons. Khan further explains that he attacked Starfleet when he believed that Admiral Marcus killed all of his people. 095 95 As the Enterprise rises through the Earth's atmosphere, Scotty tells Spock to come quickly to engineering. Soock soon arrives, only to see Kirk dying inside the warp core chamber. Spock orders Scotty to open the door, but Scotty can't do it, as the decontamination process is not yet complete and opening the door would flood the entire compartment with radiation. Spock realizes that there is nothing he can do to save Kirk.
022 22 The day after John Harrison's attack on Starfleet. Kirk contemplates the death of his mentor, Admiral Pike. Kirk suddenly receives an Urgent message from Spock indicating that Scotty has found something inside the wreckage of Harrison's ship. Scotty explains that he found a portable transwarp beaming device inside the ship. The device reveals Harrison's location–Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld. 059 59 Sulu informs Kirk that a vessel of unknown origin is warping to their location, but it is not the Klingons. Kirk sends Khan to the med-bay under heavy guard and orders shields up. Suddenly, a ship at least twice the size of the Enterprise, drops out of warp in front of them. The large ship hails the Enterprise, and Admiral Marcus appears on the view screen. Marcus addresses Kirk, who hides his fears for what Marcus may be up to. 096 96 His eyes welling with tears, Spock tells Kirk that the Enterprise is out of danger, that Kirk saved the crew. Kirk compliments Spock for outwitting Khan. Spock says that it's what Kirk would have done, and Kirk replies that sacrificing himself was only logical. Kirk says that he's scared and asks Spock how he chooses not to feel. Spock says that he does not know, but that right now he is failing, knowing that Kirk will soon die.
023 23 Kirk and Spock inform Admiral Marcus that John Harrison has fled to Qo'noS the Klingon homeworld. Kirk requests reinstatement and unofficial permission to go after Harrison. Kirk acknowledges that Starfleet can't officially enter Klingon space, since it would result in all-out war. Marcus believes that war with the Klingons is inevitable and, in his opinion, it has already begun. He believes the Klingons are coming their way. 060 60 Kirk tells Admiral Marcus that he wasn't expecting him, while Marcus says he wasn't expecting Kirk to take Harrison into custody. In violation of orders, Kirk says they had to improvise when their warp core malfunctioned, but suggests that Marcus already knew that and came to assist with repairs. The admiral wants to know where Harrison is. Kirk refers to Harrison as "Khan," revealing that he knows the prisoner's true identity. 097 97 Kirk wants Spock to know why he couldn't let him die, when they were on Nibiru. Spock finishes the thought for him–because Kirk is his friend. A tear falls from Spock's eye. Kirk struggles but places his hand against the glass door. Spock puts his hand on the opposite side of the door, and the two men share a silent good-bye. Realizing Kirk is now dead, Spock experiences uncontrolled rage. He screams, "KHAAAAAAN!!!"
024 24 Admiral Marcus reveals to Kirk and Spock that the destroyed archive in London was really a top secret branch of Starfleet designated Section 31, responsible for developing a new, long range and untraceable photon torpedo, invisible to Klingon sensors. He tells Kirk to park the Enterprise at the edge of the Neutral Zone, lock onto Harrison's position, kill Harrison with these new torpedoes and make a getaway. 061 61 Admiral Marcus explains how he took a tactical risk in waking up Khan, belleving that his superior intelligence could help protect Earth. Marcus admits he made a mistake, and the blood of everyone Khan has killed is on his hands. He wants to correct that mistake by killing Khan. Marcus demands that Kirk turn Khan over to him. Kirk pretends to give Khan's location and then orders Sulu to set course for Earth. 098 98 With Khan at the helm, the severely damaged Vengeance falls through Earth's atmosphere. Khan orders the ship's computer to set course for Starfleet headquarters. but it cannot guarantee that destination. The Vengeance descends towards San Francisco, smashes through Alcatraz and plunges into the bay. Momentum Carries the ship into the city, destroying countless buildings and killing everyone in its path.
025 25 Bones expresses concern that Kirk missed his medical exam, but Kirk insists he is fine. Meanwhile, as they board a shuttle bound for the Enterprise, Spock strongly obiects to their mission parameters, pointing out that there is no Starfleet regulation allowing a man to be killed without a trial. Spock also points out that preemptively firing torpedoes at the Klingon homeworld could start war, which, by its very definition, would be immoral. 062 62 As the Enterprise warps toward Earth, Khan tells Carol Marcus that they are not safe, simply because they are at warp. Carol runs to the bridge and tells Kirk that she may be their only hope to keep her father from destroying the Enterprise–if she can talk to him. Suddenly, the Vengeance emerges and fires on the Enterprise, crippling the ship, ripping open holes in its hull and killing several of its crew. 099 99 Spock orders Sulu to search the enemy ship for signs of life. Khan has survived and jumps 30 meters off the crashed ship. Chekov cannot beam him aboard the Enterprise, but he suggests that it may be possible to beam Spock down. Spock departs for the transporter room, with a phaser at the ready. Spock materializes in the middle of San Francisco, as Khan tries to get away. Spock's pursues Khan.
026 26 Science Officer Carol Wallace boards the shuttlecraft and tells Kirk that she has been assigned to the Enterprise by Admiral Marcus. Spock appears annoyed at the redundancy of her assignment, since he is already the ship's science officer. Kirk, who is instantly attracted to Wallace, reads her file, which reveals that she holds a doctorate in applied physics, specializing in advanced weaponry. 063 63 The damaged Enterprise slips out of warp, 237,000 kilometers from Earth. Kirk orders evasive maneuvers, but Carol begs him to stop. She says that everyone on the ship will die if he doesn't let her speak to her father, Admiral Marcus. Kirk listens to reason. Carol then pleas with her father not to kill the crew of the Enterprise. Surprised to see his daughter aboard the Enterprise, Admiral Marcus beams her onto the Vengeance. 100 100 Aboard the Enterprise, Bones, Scotty and Carol Marcus stand over Kirk's lifeless body. Bones then notices the dead tribble, into which he had injected Khan's platelets, coming back to life. He realizes that Khan's regenerative cells may be able to bring Kirk back, too. He yells for someone to get him a cryotube. Bones intends to freeze Kirk until he can get more of Khan's cells to inject into Kirk.
027 27 The shuttle carrying Kirk, Spock and Bones, as well as Science Officer Wallace, among others, departs from Starfleet and heads towards spacedock, where the Enterprise awaits their arrival. 064 64 Admiral Marcus makes a formal entry into his log, accusing Kirk of going roque in enemy territory and conspiring with the fugitive John Harrison. Marcus announces that he had no choice but to hunt down Kirk and destroy his ship. Kirk begs Marcus to spare his crew, but Marcus reveals that he was never going to do that, even if Kirk hadn't tried to outrun him. Marcus ends his transmission and orders the destruction of the Enterprise. 101 101 Spock chases Khan through the streets of San Francisco. Khan jumps onto a transport vehicle, and moments before it's too late, Spock leaps and grabs hold of the vessel. Spock pulls himself up, and the two men engage in brutal hand-to-hand combat. Momentarily, Spock gains the upper hand and tries to render Khan unconscious with the Vulcan neck pinch. Khan's super-human qualities enable him to resist the neck pinch.
028 28 Aboard the Enterprise, Scotty refuses to accept the new torpedoes provided by Admiral Marcus, without knowing their contents. Spock agrees, but Kirk cuts him off and sends Spock to the bridge. Scotty tells Kirk the danger these unknown torpedoes present and worries that they have forsaken their mission as explorers in favor of a military operation. Scotty refuses Kirk's order to accept the torpedoes and ultimately resigns his post. 065 65 As the Vengeance prepares to destroy the Enterprise, Marcus' ship suddenly loses power. Its weapons fail, and its shields go down. Someone in the engineering section of Marcus' ship has manually reset its systems. Suddenly, Kirk receives a communication from Scotty, who is aboard the Vengeance and responsible for powering down its systems. Scotty has saved the Enterprise from certain destruction, at least for the moment. 102 102 In the med-bay, McCoy orders his team to remove one of Khan's men from a cryotube but to keep him in an induced coma. McCoy plans to put Kirk inside the cryotube. Carol Marcus asks McCoy how much of Khan's blood is left. McCoy realizes that they have no more of Khan's blood, so he calls for Spock on the bridge. But Spock is not on the bridge. He is battling Khan on a transport vessel moving through San Francisco.
029 29 Kirk enters the turbo lift with Uhura as he laments Scotty's resignation and Spock's constant second-guessing. Uhura tells Kirk that it's not his fault and hints that she and Spock are having issues. Kirk wonders aloud what that must be like to have relationship problems with a Vulcan. Suddenly, the turbolift stops. The doors open to the bridge, and Spock eyes the two of them. Kirk playfully asks Spock if his ears were burning. 066 66 Spock tells Kirk that their options are limited. They cannot fire, and they cannot flee. Kirk suggests that there is one option, which Spock strongly obiects to. Kirk plans to use Khan to take control of the Vengeance. Kirk says, "The enemy of his enemy is his friend." Spock points out that this is an Arabic proverb attributed to a prince who was betrayed and decapitated by his subjects Nevertheless, Kirk proceeds with his plan. 103 103 Spock and Khan trade blows that would put down an ordinary human. Khan tries to crush the Vulcan's skull, but Spock resists. He applies a Vulcan mind-meld. while fighting off Khan, who finally delivers a body blow that sends Spock sprawling. Khan then jumps off the transport vehicle and onto a similar, passing vessel. Spock makes a spectacular leap onto the same vessel, but he soon begins to lose his battle with Khan.
030 30 Suddenly in need of a new engineering chief, Kirk names Chekov as Scotty's replacement and orders him to put on a red shirt. Kirk then orders Sulu to retract all moorings. Sulu moves the Enterprise out of spacedock. Chekov soon reports to Kirk that all systems are normal and that warp is available upon his command. Kirk says, "Let's ride," and Sulu takes the Enterprise to warp, on course for Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld. 067 67 Kirk agrees with Spock, admitting that what he's about to do–to try to take over the Vengeance with Khan's help–doesn't make any sense. It's not logical but a gut feeling. Kirk admits that he has no idea what he's supposed to do–he only knows what he can do. Kirk adds that the Enterprise and her crew need someone in the captain's chair who knows what he's doing–and it's not him. It's Spock. 104 104 Bones places Kirk inside one of the cryotubes, but he needs more of Khan's blood. Bones calls the bridge with a desperate message that he needs Khan back on board the Enterorise. Chekov can't lock onto either Khan or Spock, but he beams down Uhura. She tries to stun Khan, to no avail. However, she distracts Khan long enough for Spock to pummel Khan and render him unconscious.
031 31 Kirk: "Attention crew of the Enterprise. As most of you know, Christopher Pike, former captain of this ship and our friend, is dead. The man who killed him has fled our system and is hiding on the Klingon homeworld, somewhere he believes we are unwilling to go. We are on our way there now. Per Admiral Marcus, it is essential that our presence go undetected." 068 68 Kirk enters the med-bay and asks Khan to tell him everything he knows about the Vengeance, the ship that Khan helped to design. Khan explains that it is Dreadnought-class, twice the size and three times the speed of the Enterprise, with advanced weaponry, modified for minimal crew and built solely for combat. Kirk says that he will make Khan answer for what he has done, but right now Kirk needs his help. 105 105 Two weeks later, Kirk awakens inside a hospital room where Bones explains that they gave Kirk a transfusion of Khan's super-blood, which regenerated his heavily irradiated cells. Bones jokingly asks Kirk if he is feeling homicidal, power-mad or despotic. Kirk replies "No more than usual." Spock appears, and Kirk thanks him for saving his life, although Bones notes that he and Uhura had something to do with it, too.
032 32 Kirk: "Tensions between the Federation and the Klingon Empire have been high. Any provocation could lead to an all-out war. I will personally lead a landing party to an abandoned city on the surface of Qo'noS, where we will capture the fugitive John Harrison and return him to Earth so he can face judgment for his actions. All right. Let's go get this son-of-a-bitch. Kirk out." Spock supports Kirk's decision to capture John Harrison and make him stand trial, rather than to kill him, as Admiral Marcus ordered. 069 69 In med-bay, Bones injects Khan's platelets into the deceased tissue of a necrotic host, a tribble. Bones remarks that Khan's cells regenerate like nothing he's ever seen before, and he wants to know why. Kirk stares at Khan, but Khan offers no explanation for Bones' query. Kirk then asks Khan if he's coming with him or not. The two men then depart med-bay for a mission to take over the Vengeance. 106 106 The 72 cryotubes in which Khan and shi people slept for 300 years are stored somewhere within Starfleet. Khan has been returned to his own cryotube, to remain asleep again for an indeterminate period of time. The threat of Khan is over, for now.
033 33 Spock confronts Carol Wallace and asks her what she is doing aboard the Enterprise, since there is no record of her being assigned to the ship. Spock accuses her of lying and reveals that he knows her real surname is Marcus. He correctly assumes that Admiral Marcus is her father. The Enterprise suddenly drops out of warp. Chekov tells Kirk that the warp core overheated, and he had to activate the emergency stop. 070 70 Kirk tells Scotty that they are coming over to the Vengeance. Scotty wants to know how. Khan says that there is a cargo door, Hangar 7, Access Port 101-A. and that Scotty needs to find the manual override to open the airlock. While continuing to elude security, Scotty objects to a plan in which they want him to open an airlock into space whereupon he will freeze, die and explode. Kirk assures Scotty that the plan will work. 107 107 Kirk: "There will always be those who mean to do us harm. To stop them, we risk awakening the same evil within ourselves. Our first instinct is to seek revenge when those we love are taken from us. But that's not who we are. We are here today to re-christen the Enterprise, and to honor those who lost their lives nearly one year ago. When Christopher Pike first gave me his ship, he had me recite the Captain's Oath, words I didn't appreciate at the time. Now, I see them as a call for us to remember who we once were and we must be again…."
034 34 After the Enterprise drops out of warp in Klingon space, Kirk orders Spock and Uhura to join him on the away team, but Questions their ability to work together. Despite metaphor laden warnings from Bones, Kirk gives Sulu the conn. Sulu orders the crew to prepare the K'normian trading ship confiscated in the "Mudd Incident" for use by Kirk and his away team. 071 71 While Kirk and Khan plan to infiltrate the Vengeance, Spock asks Uhura whether it is possible to establish contact with New Vulcan. Uhura attempts to open the communication with New Vulcan. Meanwhile, Spock asks Sulu for a status report on the other ship. Sulu confirms that the other ship's systems are still off-line and that he's aligning the Enterprise for Kirk and Khan's spacejump. 108 108 Chekov announces, "Captain on the bridge," as Kirk returns to his familiar post. Kirk tells Sulu, who has been sitting in the captain's chair, that it's hard to get out of the chair, once you get a taste for it. Sulu replies, "Captain has a nice ring to it." Sulu returns command of the Enterprise back to Kirk.
035 35 Two red shirt lieutenants join
Kirk, Spock and Uhura aboard the K'normian trading ship. Kirk tells them to lose the red shirts–they must pretend to be K'normian arms dealers. Kirk
makes it clear that, if their mission fails, there can be nothing tying them to Starfleet; otherwise, they might start a war with the Klingons. With that, Kirk leads the away team to Qo'noS, the Klingon homeworld.
072 72 As Kirk and Khan prepare to spacejump, Scotty reports bad news–the access port they plan to use to board the Vengeance is a maximum of four square meters in size. Scotty says that their spacejump would be like jumping out of a moving car, off a bridge and into a shot glass. Kirk assures Scotty that they will make it, that he's done it before, which draws a curious look from Khan 109 109 Kirk asks Scotty, "How is the ward core?" Scotty says, "It's purring like a kitten, and she's ready for a long journey." Kirk gives Bones a playful slap, but Bones is far less enthusiastic about spending five years in space. Kirk welcomes Carol Marcus to the Enterprise family, and she is pleased to have a family.
036 36 On Kirk's order, Sulu transmits the following message: "Attention, John Harrison. This is Captain Hikaru Sulu of the USS Enterprise. A shuttle of highly trained officers is on its way to your location. you do not surrender to them immediately. I will unleash the entire payload of advanced, long-range torpedoes currently locked onto your location You have two minutes to confirm your compliance. Refusal to do so will result in your obliteration. If you
test me, you will fail."
073 73 As Scotty desperately tries to operate the manual override to the access port. Spock reports that there is a considerable debris field between the two shios. Kirk acknowledges but still orders Spock to pull the trigger. Spock launches the activation sequence and counts down from three. When the torpedo doors open, Kirk and Khan are launched into space, headed for the access port in the side of the Vengeance. 110 110 Kirk asks Spock where they should go, as they are about to embark on an unprecedented five-year mission into deep space, Spock replies, "I defer to your good judament." Kirk then settles into the captain's chair and orders Sulu to take them out. Sulu acknowledges the order and takes the ship to warp. And so begins their five-year mission.
037 37 With the away team only three minutes from John Harrison's location on Qo'nos, Uhura berates Spock for his uncaring, selfish attitude towards the possibility of his dying on Nibiru. She tries to drag Kirk into the argument, and he can't believe they are having a lovers quarrel at this moment. Spock explains that he simply chose to feel nothing when he believed his own life was ending, but it was not an indication that he did not care. 074 74 As Kirk soars through space from the Enterprise to the Vengeance, Spock warns of debris directly ahead. Kirk fires thrusters to avoid the debris, but Bones advises Kirk that he is now way off course. Kirk acknowledges and fired thrusters to compensate. Meanwhile, Scotty prepares to open the access port by tying himself to the manual control panel inside the hangar deck of the Vengeance.  

Chase Cards

Star Trek (2009) (1:3 packs)
Almost every case had a complete set of these cards with a few spares making the actual insertion rate around 1:2½ packs

001 1 Chris Pine as Kirk
Zachary Quinto as Spock
Zoe Saldana as Uhura
Simon Pegg as Scotty
Karl Urban as Bones
John Cho as Sulu
Anton Yelchin as Chekov
Bruce Greenwood as Admiral Pike
Eric Bana as Nero
Leonard Nimoy as Spock
Ben Cross as Sarek
Winona Ryder as Amanda
Chris Hemsworth as George Kirk
Jennifer Morrison as Winona Kirk

Original Release Date: May 8, 2009
Directed by J.J. Abrams
038 38 As the Enterprise warps towards Vulcan. McCoy helps an unsteady Kirk to sickbay. where Kick complains of an itchy mouth. His symptoms have not subsided, and Kirk continues to complain. McCoy tells him to stop being such an "infant" and gives Kirk a mild sedative. Before Kirk can finish asking how long the sedative will take effect, he falls unconscious. 075 75 Continuing his mind-meld with Kirk, Spock tells how he extracted the red matter and shot it into the supernova, to prevent any further devastation within the galaxy. The resulting black hole drew in Spock's ship and Nero's ship, which were sent backwards in time, although 25 years apart. Nero waited for Spock during that time, and then stranded him on Delta Vega, so that Spock could witness the destruction of Vulcan.
002 2 While on a mission in space, the U,S.S. Kelvin sends a message to Starfleet Base, after gathering data that seems impossible to believe. The ship's gravitational sensors are going crazy. What they are seeing looks like a lightning storm in space, unlike anything they have encountered. Captain Robau arrives on the bridge to investigate. Suddenly, a giant alien ship cuts through a rift in space. 039 39 Captain Pike wants to know the name of his new ensign on the bridge. He asks the Russian "Whiz-Kid" for his name - "'Chenko, Chirpov?" The young ensign informs the captain that his name is Pavel Andreivich Chekov. Pike then asks Chekov to initiate ship-wide mission broadcast, but the Russian ensign has some trouble with the ship's computer, which initially fails to recognize his access code due to his thick accent. 076 76 After learning the history between Spock and Nero. Kirk understands that by Spock going back in time, he changed all of their lives. Kirk wants to know if he knew his father in the alternate timeline, and Spock tells Kirk that, yes, he did know his father, who was his inspiration for joining Starfleet, and that he was proud to see his son become captain of the Enterprise.
003 3 Within moments of emerging through a rift in space, the enormous unidentifed alien vessel locks weapons on the U.S.S. Kelvin. The alien ship fires, and the Kelvin suffers casualties and heavy damage, including the loss of its warp drive. Captain Robau orders the crew to fire all phasers, but their weapons systems go off-line. Robau must order an evacuation of the crew. 040 40 Chekov broadcasts a message to the crew of the Enterprise, telling them that there has been an anomaly in the Neutral Zone, what appears to be a lightning storm in space. He further states that Starfeet has received a distress signal from the Vulcan High Command that their planet is experiencing seismic activity, and that their mission is to assess the condition of Vulcan and to assist in any evacuations, if necessary. 077 77 As the Enterprise warps towards the Laurentian System to re-establish communication with Starfeet, Spock confers with Dr. McCoy, who asks to speak freely. Spock welcomes an open exchange, but McCoy berates him for dumping Kirk on Delta Vega. McCoy feels that it may have been a logical choice but not the right choice. McCoy walks away and fumes, muttering under his breath, "Green-blooded hobgoblin."
004 4 After the U.S.S. Kelvin suffers crippling damage and countless casualties, a Romulan appears on the view screen to deliver a message. He requests that the captain of the Kelvin transport by shuttlecraft to his vessel to negotiate a ceasefre. The Romulan suggests that failing to do so would be unwise. Captain Robau has no choice but to accept the invitation to meet the commander of the alien ship. 041 41 After hearing Chekov speak of the lightning storm in space, Kirk jumps from his bed in sickbay, despite a protesting Dr. McCoy. Kirk says that they need to stop the ship, but his symptoms, including fat hands, interfere. Kirk needs to find Uhura, who can help stop the ship, but then he further develops "numb-tongue" which prevents him from speaking clearly. When he finds Uhura, she can't understand what he means to say. 078 78 The elder Spock and young Kirk navigate through the wintry terrain of Delta Vega towards a Starfleet outpost, in hopes that they can somehow return Kirk to the Enterprise and help stop Nero. Once inside the outpost, they are greeted by a small alien, who escorts them to the head of the facility, who sits sleeping in his chair. The alien awakens his boss, who Spock instantly recognizes as Montgomery Scott.
005 5 Captain Robau walks with First Offcer George Kirk as he prepares to board his shuttlecraft. He instructs Kirk to evacuate the crew if he fails to report back within 15 minutes. Robau realizes the desperation of their situation, that there is no help for them out in this part of space. Robau names Kirk acting captain of the U.S.S. Kelvin in his absence. 042 42 Kirk escapes from sickbay and runs to the bridge to warn that Vulcan is being attacked by Romulans and that they are flying into a trap, Initially, Captain Pike wants to know how Kirk got aboard the Enterprise. but hears out the impulsive cadet. Kirk explains his theory, based in part on the fact that one massive Romulan ship had destroued 47 Klingon warbirds the previous night, per the message Uhura had intercepted at Starfeet Academy. Even Spock admits that Kirk's assertions are logical. 079 79 An agitated Mr. Scott confuses Spock and Kirk for his overseers. Scott complains that his assignment to Delta Vega must be punishment for his trying, without success, to transport Admiral Archer's prized beagle from one planet to another. Meanwhile, Spock tells Scott that his transwarp theory is correct, that it is possible to beam onto a ship traveling at warp speed. A disbelieving Scott asks Spock if he is from the future.
006 6 After promoting his first officer, George Kirk, to acting captain of the U.S.S. Kelvin, Captain Robau boards a shuttlecraft. He pilots the small ship from the cargo bay to the inside of the enormous alien vessel that has ruthlessly attacked them. Robau understands that he may not return. As he disembarks from the shuttlecraft, his bridge crew monitors his bio signs. Robau's heart rate is elevated. 043 43 Captain Pike orders shields up and red alert. The Enterprise arrives at Vulcan, only to find a sea of wreckage - all of the Federation ships which preceded them to Vulcan have been destroyed by the Narada. Nero orders the destruction of the Enterprise too, and initial hits to the ship result in shields down to 32%. They cannot take another hit. Spock notifies Pike that the Romulans have blocked their transmissions. There is no help. 080 80 Mr. Scott questions Spock about transwarp beaming. Scott says that the notion of transwarp beaming is like trying to hit a bullet, with a smaller bullet, whilst wearing a blindfold, riding a horse. Spock then shows Scott the equation that Scott would eventually develop for doing such a thing. Scott is surprised that he had never before considered space as the thing that was moving. It now makes sense.
007 7 Inside the enormous alien vessel, Captain Robau appears uncomfortable and uncertain of his fate. Two armed Romulan guards escort him to the bridge of the alien ship, where he is questioned by the man who delivered the message on his ship's view screen. The Romulan officer asks Robau whether he recognizes the holographic image of an alien ship. Robau refuses to answer and demands to know who is the commander in charge. 044 44 Nero halts the attack. He realizes that the Enterprise is the ship aboard which a young
Spock serves. Nero opens communications. Captain Pike tries to arrange a truce with the Romulans, but Nero makes clear that he does not speak for the Empire. Nero then speaks to Spock as if he knows him, and tells the Vulcan there is something he wants him to see, but doesn't say what. Nero then orders Pike to transport via shuttlecraft to the Narada for negotiations. Pike has no choice but to obey.
081 81 Spock tells Kirk that he must return fo the Enterprise without him, that he must promise not to tell the young Spock of the older Spock's existence, and that he must find a way to assume command of the ship. Spock tells Kirk that Starfleet regulation 619 stipulates that any command officer who is emotionally compromised by the mission at hand must resign said command. Kirk must find a way to show that young Spock is emotionally compromised.
008 8 Captain Robau demands to know what gives Captain Nero the right to attack a Federation vessel. Nero stares down Robau, offering no reply. Nero's first officer then asks Robau if he knows the location of Ambassador Spock, but Robau says that he is unfamiliar with Spock. The Romulan first officer then asks for the current stardate, which Robau reveals to be 2233.04. Finding Robau uncooperative and unhelpful to his cause, Nero murders the Kelvin captain. 045 45 After Nero severs communications, Kirk and Spock try to talk Captain Pike out of transporting over to the Narada. They believe that he will be killed and that negotiations will prove fruitless. Pike asks for officers who have been trained in advanced hand-to-hand combat. Sulu volunteers. Pike tells Kirk to come along, too, since he's not supposed to be aboard the Enterprise anyway. Pike tells Chekov to take the conn. 082 82 As Kirk and Scott prepare to beam aboard the Enterprise, Kirk tells Spock that coming back in time and changing history is cheating. Spock says that it's a trick he learned from an old friend, clearly referring to Kirk's manipulation of the Kobayashi Maru test. Meanwhile, Keenser, Scott's assistant, doesn't want his boss to go without him, but Scott pushes him off the transporter platform. Keenser weeps, as the two men beam away.
009 9 With Captain Robau now dead, the Romulans resume their vicious attack on the U.S.S. Kelvin. George Kirk, the new captain of the Kelvin, orders Bravo Six maneuver, firing his ship's full array of weaponry, but the superior technology of the Romulan vessel proves too much to overcome. Faced with no alternative, Kirk initiates General Order 13, the evacuation of the ship. 046 46 Aboard the Narada, Nero orders his first officer, Ayel, to prepare the Red Matter. a highly unstable liquid that can be used to create a black hole in space. Nero intends to place a drop of the Red Matter inside the core of Vulcan, thereby causing the planet to be consumed by a black hole. Nero further plans to make Spock - both younger and older versions of the same man - watch the decimation of Vulcan. 083 83 Kirk and Scott successfully beam aboard the Enterprise, but Scott finds himself trapped inside a water duct in the Engineering section. Kirk feverishly tries to free Scott before he drowns, or before he gets chewed up in a turbine through which the water passes. With no time to spare, Kirk taps into the ship's computer and activates a release valve. Scott falls through the opening and avoids what would surely have been his demise.
010 10 Captain George Kirk informs members of his crew to evacuate the U.S.S. Kelvin. Kirk's pregnant wife Winona, due to give birth any moment, is among them. Kirk insists that she get to Medical Shuttle 37 and tells her that he'll meet her there. When the ship's autopilot function fails. Kirk realizes that he must remain at the helm and manually pilot the ship to create a diversion in order for the others to survive. 047 47 Captain Pike reveals that Kirk, Sulu and Lt. Olson will space jump from his shuttlecraft onto the Romulan mining platform inside the Vulcan atmosphere, where they will disable the machine and beam back to the Enterprise. With that much accomplished, acting Captain Spock will be able to restore communications and transporter systems, and then contact Starfleet. To Spock's surprise and chagrin, Pike names Kirk the new first officer. 084 84 Spock orders security to seal off turbine section 3, and to set phasers to stun. Kirk and Scott race through engineering, but security officers, led by the burly officer with whom Kirk once brawled at a bar in lowa, stop them. Security escorts them to the bridge, where Spock demands to know who Scott is and how they got on board the ship while it was traveling at warp speed. Kirk defiantly refuses to answer Spock's questions.
011 11 After setting a collision course for the alien vessel, Kirk suddenly hears cries of a baby boy, just born aboard an escaping medical shuttle. Kirk discusses with his wife possible names for the boy. She suggests Tiberius, after George's father, but he laughs at the suggestion. He proposes that they name him after her father, Jim. They agree, and James Tiberius Kirk is so named. 048 48 Captain Pike's parting words to Spock are to be careful with the Enterprise - she's brand new. As acting captain, Spock returns to the bridge, while Pike leads Kirk, Sulu and Olson to the shuttle bay. Spock contacts sickbay to speak to Dr. Pury, but he gets McCoy instead. Pury is dead, so Spock tells McCoy that he has just inherited the responsibilities of the ship's chief medical officer. 085 85 Spock asks Scott
whether he is a member of Starfleet and orders him to explain how they beamed aboard the Enterprise. Scott fails to answer, explaining the [sic] he doesn't want to choose sides between Kirk and Spock. Kirk then taunts Spock, trying to illicit an outburst that will force the Vulcan to admit that he has been emotionally compromised and to resign his post. The ploy works, as Spock violently attacks Kirk and nearly kills him.
012 12 George Kirk never meets his son, and lives less than a minute with the knowledge that he is, in fact, a father. The last member of the crew to remain aboard the U.S.S. Kelvin. Kirk manually pilots his ravaged ship on a collision course with the alien vessel. Kirk shows courage in the face of a no-win situation, remaining steady at the helm until his final moments, ultimately sacrificing himself so that his wife, child and crew may survive. 049 49 Aboard the shuttlecraft, Kirk, Sulu and Olson prepare for their space jump. Olson brings the charges to disable the Romulan mining device, and appears overly intense, telling Kirk that he can't wait to kick some Romulan ass. Kirk turns to Sulu and asks what kind of combat training he has. Sulu says fencing. Kirk stares in disbelief, as if unsure that his two colleagues are really prepared for what lies ahead. 086 86 After Spock removes himself as acting captain of the Enterprise, Kirk becomes the new captain, since he had been named first officer by Captain Pike. The rest of the bridge crew express their concern over the change in command. Nevertheless, Kirk announces to the crew that he is ordering the pursuit of the Narada, which is headed for Earth. Kirk orders the crew to battle stations.
013 13 Living in lowa, roughly 12 years after his father's death, young James Kirk steals his step-father's antique sports car, a 1965 Corvette. His step-father calls and demands the immediate return of the car. Kirk ignores him and continues his reckless joyride. Suddenly, a police officer gives chase, riding a vehicle that hovers above the ground at amazing speeds. Kirk tries to elude the officer but nearly kills himself in the process. 050 50 Captain Pike pilots the shuttle carrying Kirk, Sulu and Olson, and tells the three men that they are about to reach the drop zone. He reminds them that the Romulans may have defenses, so they should pull their chutes as late as possible. He also reminds them that the Enterprise won't be able to beam them back until they are able to turn off the drill. Pike opens the hatch, and the three men rapidly descend towards the Romulan platform. 087 87 Spock shares an uncharacteristically intimate moment with his father. Spock tells Sarek that he feels an uncontrollable anger towards Nero, who is responsible for his mother's death. Sarek tells Spock that his mother would have told him not to try to control his anger. Sarek also tells Spock that he is grateful for his half-human, half-Vulcan son and that the real reason he married Spock's mother was because he loved her. The words seem to provide comfort to Spock.
014 14 Young Kirk narrowly escapes death, despite driving a 1965 Corvette off the edge of a deep gorge. Kirk jumps from the car moments before reaching the gorge. Despite the close call, Kirk still must face the police officer who has been chasing him. The officer refers to him as "citizen" and asks for his name. He simply replies, "James Tiberius Kirk." Just another day in the life of an lowa farm boy. 051 51 At 3,000 meters from the Romulan platform, Sulu and Kirk pull their chutes, but Olson wants to get closer, ignoring Kirk's order to open his chute. The red-uniformed lieutenant waits until he's within 1,000 meters to open his chute, but he's too late. He hits the platform too hard. His chute catches the platform, and his body is thrown into the fiery slipstream of the drill. Olson is gone, and with him, the charges to blow the drill. 088 88 17-year-old Chekov tells new acting Captain Kirk that if Mr. Scott can get the Enterprise to warp factor 4 and then drop out of warp behind one of Saturn's moons, the magnetic distortion from the planet's rings will make them invisible to the Narada's sensors. Chekov adds that, as long as the Narada's drill is not yet activated, they can beam aboard the ship. Spock suddenly appears on the bridge and confirms Chekov's projections.
015 15 On the planet Vulcan, several students approach young Soock. It is their 35th time trying to elicit an emotional response from the half-human, half-Vulcan boy. One of the bullies pushes Spock, who finally loses his temper when one of the boys casts aspersions towards Spock's mother. Spock beats the boy mercilessly, as the other bullies merely watch in disbelief. 052 52 Kirk lands hard on the Romulan platform, and his chute nearly pulls him over the edge. Kirk musters all his strength to grab hold of the platform before activating the mechanism on his jump suit that pulls in the chute. Kirk removes his helmet and suddenly sees a Romulan soldier emerge from the interior of the platform. Kirk charges the man and grabs hold of his rifle, whose shots nearly kill Sulu, who is about to land. 089 89 Apparently no longer emotionally compromised, Spock tells the bridge crew that he will beam aboard the Narada, steal the black hole device and, if possible, bring back Captain Pike. Kirk says that he won't allow it, but Spock makes the argument that Romulans and Vulcans share a common ancestry and that it will be easier for him to access their computers and locate the device. Kirk agrees and tells Spock he is coming with him.
016 16 A bloodied Spock explains to Sarek that bullies at school called Sarek a traitor. Sarek contemplates this and offers advice on using logic to control his human emotions. Young Spock then questions Sarek about the seeming paradox of following the Vulcan way and his father having married a human. As ambassador to Earth, Sarek suggests that it was the logical thing to do. Regardless, Sarek tells Spock that he must choose his own path. 053 53 As Kirk battles the Romulan soldier, he loses his phaser, which falls off the edge of the platform. A second Romulan soldier emerges, and Kirk, who uses his helmet as a weapon, is suddenly outnumbered. Meanwhile, Sulu tries to land on the platform, but his chute has been shot full of holes. He narrowly avoids falling off, when his chute catches on the platform. Sulu pulls himself up, releases his sword and joins the fight. 090 90 As the Enterprise warps towards Saturn, the Narada has already settled into orbit around Earth. Nero locates Starfleet headquarters in San Francisco and orders his crew to prepare the drill. A door to the ship opens and the drill is lowered from the ship, through space and eventually into Earth's atmosphere. Once activated, the drill will cut a hole in the planet, where Nero intends to detonate red matter, destroying the planet as he did to Vulcan.
017 17 Spock appears ready to accept the Vulcan Council's offer of admission to the Vulcan Science Academy. The Science Minister inadvertently insults Spock by remarking that he has overcome so much, despite his "disadvantage" of having a human mother. Spock contemplates that remark, and then rejects the offer in favor of joining Starfleet. The minister points out that no Vulcan has ever rejected admission to the Science Academy, to which Spock points out that their record remains untarnished, since he is half-human. 054 54 Sulu's training in fencing proves fortuitous, as the Romulan soldiers draw swords on Kirk and Sulu. Kirk shows his skills in hand-to-hand combat, but the larger Romulan soon gains the upper hand, knocking Kirk down and nearly over the edge of the platform. Meanwhile, Sulu defeats the other soldier and quickly comes to Kirk's aid. Sulu plunges his sword into the Romulan, who falls off the platform. Sulu pulls Kirk to safety. 091 91 As the Enterprise speeds towards Saturn, Sulu drops the Enterprise out of warp, precisely as planned. Sulu orders Chekov to give him one quarter imbulse burst for five seconds and does the rest himself using thrusters. Sulu successfully positions the Enterprise above Titan, where they remain invisible to the Romulans. Sulu informs Scott, who prepares for the next stage of their mission - to beam Kirk and Spock aboard the Narada.
018 18 In lowa, a wayward James Kirk ties one on at the local watering hole where Starfleet personnel gather in their off hours. Uhura orders drinks, and Kirk tries to charm her. Uhura remains unimpressed with Kirk's slick attitude and tries to ditch him, but Kirk persists. He asks Uhura what is her focus, to which she replies xenolinguistics. Kirk surprises Uhura by telling her exactly what that means. There may be more to Kirk than meets the eye. 055 55 After killing the two Romulan soldiers on the platform, Sulu and Kirk must find a way to disable the drill, despite the fact that they no longer have the explosives which Olson had carried with him. Kirk and Sulu pick up the Romulans' weapons and begin firing into the center of the drill. Within moments, the device shuts down. Uhura reports that the jamming signal is disabled and transporter control has been restored. 092 92 As Scotty prepares to beam Kirk and Spock aboard the Narada. Kirk tells Sulu that if he thinks he has the tactical advantage, then Sulu should fire on the Romulan ship, even if they are still on board. Kirk steps on the transporter platform and, to his astonishment, sees Spock and Uhura sharing an intimate kiss. Spock calls her by her first name, Nyota, and tells her that he will be back. She says she will be monitoring his frequency.
019 19 A burly Starfleet cadet comes to Uhura's aid as Kirk continues to make a play for her. Kirk throws a wisecrack, to which the large cadet takes offense and puts his fist into Kirk's face. Three other cadets join in, and the four men pummel Kirk, nearly killing him. The relentless beating suddenly comes to a halt when Captain Pike enters the bar and orders all of the Starfleet cadets out of the building. 056 56 Despite the fact that Kirk and Sulu have disabled the drill, the Romulans release red matter into the core of the planet. Chekov informs Spock that his gravitational sensors are off the scale. Chekov believes that if his calculations are correct, the Romulans are creating a singularity that will consume Vulcan, perhaps within minutes. The Romulans are creating a black hole at the center of Vulcan. 093 93 Scotty tells Kirk and Spock that, if there is any common sense in the design of the enemy ship, he'll be able to beam them into the cargo bay, where there shouldn't be a soul in sight. Kirk orders Scotty to "energize." However, they materialize in an area of the Narada where several Romulan crew members are working. Kirk and Spock are immediately discovered and exchange phaser fire with the Romulans
020 20 Captain Pike tells a beaten and battered James Kirk that he admired Kirk's father. Kirk scoffs. Pike further mentions that he looked up his file and discovered his aptitude tests "off the charts." Pike encourages Kick to enlist in Starfleet. Again, Kirk scoffs. Pike tells Kirk that his father was captain of a starship for 12 minutes and saved over 800 lives, including his mother's life and Kirk's own life. Pike dares him to do better. 057 57 With the imminent destruction of Vulcan, Spock orders Uhura to alert the Vulcan authorities to evacuate the planet. Spock departs the bridge to beam down to Vulcan to evacuate the Vulcan High Council, which is tasked with protecting their culfural history. Spock's parents will be among them. Beaming them out is impossible, as they will be inside the Vulcan Katric Ark. Spock must beam down to retrieve them. 094 94 Kirk and Spock take out several of the Romulans with their phasers. The duo work well as a team. Kirk tells Spock that he'll cover him, and then Spock performs a Vulcan mind meld on one of the fallen Romulans. Another Romulan is about to fire on Spock, when Kirk shoots the man from behind. The mind meld proves successful, as Spock ascertains the location of the black hole device as well as Captain Pike.
021 21 After his encounter with Captain Pike, James Kirk contemplates his future and what it may mean to join Starfleet. to follow in his father's footsteps. Kirk rides through the lowa countryside and eventually finds himself looking upon an enormous starship - the Enterprise. The ship appears to fascinate him, as if drawing him towards Starfeet. The next morning, Kirk enlists. 058 58 With Spock heading for the transporter room, he leaves Chekov in charge of the conn. Meanwhile, Kirk and Sulu request to be beamed aboard the Enterprise, but as they do so, the Romulans start retracting the drill. The transporter crew tells Kirk and Sulu not to move, but the retraction of the drill causes Sulu to lose his balance and fall off. Knowing the [sic] Sulu has no chute. Kirk jumps off the platform and tries to save him. 095 95 Nero knows that Starfleet intruders have boarded his ship, including one who is Vulcan. He activates the drill, which sends a fiery stream into San Francisco bay, near the Golden Gate Bridge and within view of Starfeet Academy. Activation of the drill causes the transporter and communication systems aboard the Enterprise to fail. Kirk and Spock must fend for themselves aboard the Narada.
022 22 James T. Kirk arrives at the Riverside Shipyard at 0800 hours, just as the shuttle for new recruits is about to depart. Kirk gives away his motorcycle to one of the workers and walks up to Captain Pike. Kirk confidently tells Pike that he'll make officer in three years, one less than what Pike told him would feasible, and then boards the shuttle. Pike proudly looks on, knowing he has added a special candidate to the new recruiting class. 059 59 As both men free-fall, Kirk catches Sulu and activates his chute. However, the chute only supports the weight of one man and immediately snaps. The two men continue to plunge towards the surface of Vulcan, and the transporter operator aboard the Enterprise cannot lock onto their signal. Chekov, realizing that he can save them, rushes to the transporter room. With only moments to spare, he locks onto their signal and beams them back. 096 96 Kirk and Spock locate the small ship inside the Narada where the red matter is stored. Despite never having been aboard this ship before, Spock's face and voice prints are recognized by its computer, which welcomes back "Ambassador" Spock. Spock soon realizes that this ship is from the future and that a future version of himself once piloted the craft. Kirk wishes Spock good luck and goes in search of Captain Pike.
023 23 Aboard a shuttlecraft carrying new recruits to Starfleet, James Kirk meets Leonard McCoy for the first time. A distraught McCoy straps in next to Kirk. He tells Kirk that he may throw up on him, and Kirk tries to reassure him that the ship is safe. McCoy continues to tell Kirk of the many ways they might die or suffer aboard the vessel or in space, in general. The two men share a drink, and so begins their friendship. 060 60 Immediately after Kirk and Sulu return to the Enterprise, Spock enters the transporter room and prepares to beam down to the surface of Vulcan, where he plans to rescue the Vulcan High Council from within the Katric Ark, including his parents. Kirk desperately tries to stop Spock, knowing that the planet is about to be destroyed and that he may very well be killed. 097 97 Inside the Narada, Kirk exits Spock's ship and searches for Captain Pike. Kirk soon sees Nero standing and staring at him. Kirk trains his phaser on Nero and begins to order him to disable the drill. Before Kirk can finish his command, Nero's first officer Ayel sneaks up from behind and knocks him down, causing Kirk to lose his phaser. Nero recognizes Kirk's face from Earth's history and begins to pummel him.
024 24 Three years after Kirk and McCoy have enrolled at Starfleet Academy, Nero and his crew arrive at the coordinates where they expect Spock to emerge from the future through a time portal in space. Nero has been waiting 25 years to capture Spock, so that he can exact revenge on the Vulcan ambassador, who he blames for the destruction of Romulus. Nero intends to make Spock watch as he destroys the planet Vulcan. 061 61 Spock beams down to Vulcan, near the entrance to the Katric Ark, as the planet begins to succumb to the red matter. Spock rushes to the entrance to the sacred cave. He makes his way inside, where he finds his parents and other members of the Vulcan High Council. He orders them to evacuate. As they depart, the chamber begins to crumble. Not all of them make it out alive. 098 98 While Kirk battles Nero, who is so far unaware that Spock has escaped with the red matter in the Vulcan ship from the future, Spock blasts his way through the hull of the Narada. Spock then steers his ship into Earth's atmosphere and destroys the Romulan drill, which falls helplessly into San Francisco Bay, narrowly missing the Golden Gate Bridge. Nero then finds out what has happened and leaves Kirk with his first officer.
025 25 At Starfeet Academy, Cadet Kirk tells Cadet McCoy that he's going to take the Kobayashi Maru test again, for a third time, and that he wants McCoy to be there. A cantankerous McCoy can't believe that Kirk would subject himself to the embarrassment of going back a third time to take this test. An overly confident Kirk seems determined to succeed, to the chagrin of McCoy, and tells him that he's off to study. 062 62 Spock helps his parents, and other members of the Vulcan High Council, out of the Katric Ark and to the outer surface of the planet, where he tries to beam everyone to safety aboard the Enterprise. Chekov locks onto their signals and tells them not to move, but the planet continues its rapid deterioration. Spock's mother, just feet away from her son, falls to her death as the rocky terrain collapses beneath her. Chekov loses her signal. 099 99 In a fit of rage, Nero opens communications with Spock, who orders the Romulan madman to stand down. Now obsessed with killing Spock, Nero orders his crew to fire on the Vulcan ship, despite the risk of igniting the Red Matter on board, which would surely destroy his own ship, too. Spock avoids the Narada's weapons by taking his ship to warp speed. Nero follows, taking his own ship to warp speed.
026 26 Kirk enjoys a romantic tryst with a female cadet named Gaila, a green-skinned Orion woman. Suddenly, Gaila's roommate Uhura enters. Gaila forces Kirk to hide under her bed. Unaware of Kirk's preserce, Uhura tells Gaila that she picked up and translated an unusual distress signal from the Klingon prison planet, where 47 Klingon ships were destroyed. Uhura soon discovers Kirk under the bed and kicks him out. 063 63 Spock beams back to the Enterprise with his father and three other members of the Vulcan High Council, but he has just witnessed his mother's death. Amanda's transporter signal was lost when the ground beneath her crumbled. Kirk and Sulu stand silently, as they know what has just happened. Within moments, the rest of Vulcan will be destroyed by the red matter deposited by the Romulans inside the core of the planet. 100 100 While Nero relentlessly pursues Spock, Kirk tries to get away from Ayel, Nero's first offcer. Kirk makes a spectacular leap from one platform to another, but he loses his balance and hangs on for his life. Ayel follows, grabs Kirk by the throat and lifts him off his feet. Ayel is overconfident and overlooks that his disruptor is within Kirk's reach. Kirk grabs the gun and kills him. Kirk renews his search for Captain Pike.
027 27 Taking the Kobayashi Maru test for the third time, Kirk seems unconcerned as several Klingon warbirds emerge and fire their weapons on his ship. Kirk calmly tells McCoy not to fire back, and casually bites an apple. Suddenly, the controls blink off and then on again, and the Klingon ships no longer have their shields up. Kirk orders one photo [sic] torpedo fired at each ship, all of which are destroyed. Kirk has somehow beaten the test. 064 64 Moments after Spock has lost his mother, Vulcan succumbs to the red matter that Nero deposited into the core of the planet. The red matter has created a black hole, a singularity, that has enveloped and consumed the planet. Spock believes that most of Vulcan's six billion inhabitants are now dead, and he estimates that no more than 10,000 have survived. Meanwhile, there has been no word from Captain Pike. 101 101 The Narada catches up to Spock's ship, and Soock sets a collision course for the Romulan ship. If the ships collide, the red matter will ignite and destroy all of them. Nero fires everything he has. Suddenly, the Enterprise drops out of warp, and comes to Spock's aid. The Enterprise fends off the barrage of missiles heading towards Spock's ship.
028 28 After successfully destroying all of the Klingon warbirds, Kirk becomes the first person ever to beat the Kobayashi Maru test. Kirk smirks as he looks up at the test administrators, who stand in disbelief as to how he could have beaten the program, which was designed by Spock. Spock is at a loss to understand how this could happen. but he is determined to find out. 065 65 After making an entry into the Captain's Log, Spock exits the bridge via the turbo lift Uhura follows and suddenly stops the turbo lift. She puts her arms around him, kisses him and asks what he needs. Their relationship is clearly more intimate than that of two typical Starfleet officers. Stoic and reserved, even in the face of the recent devastation, Spock merely says that he needs everyone to continue performing admirably. 102 102 Kirk finally locates Captain Pike, who lies strapped to a board where he has been tortured by Nero since coming aboard the Narada. Pike wants to know what Kirk is doing here, to which he replies that he's just following orders. As Kirk unstraps the captain, a Romulan appears and tries to fire on them. Kirk has his back turned, but with one hand free, Pike picks up the weapon Kirk took from Ayel and kills the Romulan man.
029 29 Admiral Richard Barnett convenes a hearing in which Cadet Kirk has been accused of violating the ethical code of conduct pursuant to regulation 17.43 of the Starfleet Code. Kirk insists on facing his accuser, who turns out to be Commander Spock, one of Starfleet Academy's most distinguished graduates. Spock accuses Kirk of installing a subroutine in the programming of the Kobayashi Maru test, i.e. cheating on the test. 066 66 Aboard the Narada, Nero tortures Captain Pike with a Centaurian slug to get from him the sub-space frequencies of Starfeet's border protection grids, specifically those surrounding Earth. Nero plans to destroy all the remaining Federation planets, starting with Earth. He intends to rewrite history, as he has traveled back in time, to save Romulus from destruction and free the planet he loves from the Federation. 103 103 With only moments to spare before Spock's ship collides with the Narada, Scotty successfully beams Kirk, Pike and Spock back to the Enterprise. Scotty delights in the fact that it is the first time he's ever transported three people from two targets onto one pad before. McCoy takes the injured captain to sickbay, while Kirk and Spock return to the bridge.
030 30 In the midst of a hearing over Kirk's tampering with the Kobayashi Maru test, Starfeet receives a distress call from Vulcan. With the primary fleet engaged in the Laurentian System, Admiral Barnett orders all Starfleet cadets to Hangar l immediately. Kirk's hearing is postponed until further notice. In the meantime, Kirk is placed on academic suspension and grounded until the Academy Board rules on his hearing. 067 67 After Uhura confirms that the Narada is heading for Earth, Kirk, Spock and other members of the crew contemplate their circumstances and debate next steps. They conclude that the Narada may be from the future. Kirk advocates an aggressive attack on the Romulan ship to stop it from further destruction and to rescue Captain Pike. Spock disagrees and orders the Enterprise to gather with Starfleet in the Laurentian System. 104 104 The red matter from within Spock's ship ignites, causing a black hole to form. The blast from the red matter compromises the Narada, and the black hole begins to consume the Romulan ship.
031 31 Kirk and McCoy report to Hangar 1, where all of the cadets are expected to receive their ship assionments. Everyone gets their assignments but Kirk, who learns from the commander in charge that he has been placed on academic suspension, grounded until the Academy Board rules. After initially departing for his ship, McCoy returns and tells Kirk to follow him. Kirk has no idea what McCoy is up to. 068 68 When Kirk becomes enraged at Spock's decision to rendezvous with Starfleet, rather than pursue a direct assault on the Narada, Spock orders security to remove Kirk from the bridge. Kirk overpowers the two security officers, but Spock calmly rises from the Captain's chair and applies the Vulcan neck pinch, which renders Kirk unconscious. Spock orders security to remove Kirk from the ship. 105 105 Kirk opens communications with Nero, telling him that the Narada is too close to the singularity to survive without assistance, which the Enterprise is willing to provide. A confused Spock questions Kirk's approach. Kirk believes that compassion may lead to peace with the Romulans - a logical approach that he thinks Spock should like. Spock begs to differ - not this time. The point is moot, as Nero refuses their help.
032 32 Uhura learns that she has been assigned to the U.S.S. Farragut, but she is clearly unhappy about it. It was her unqualified desire to serve aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. As one of Commander Spock's top students, she questions him about the assignment. Spock merely suggests that it was an attempt on his part to avoid the appearance of favoritism. Uhura stands her ground, and Spock changes her assignment to the Enterprise. 069 69 Banished from the Enterprise, Kirk is sent to Delta Vega in an escape pod. Kirk regains consciousness, and the pod's computer tells him that the planet is unsafe, that there is a Starfeet outpost 14 kilometers away, but that he should remain. Kirk ignores the warning, opens the hatch and climbs to the planet's surface, where all he can see is an icy and snow covered expanse. 106 106 Nero states that he would rather suffer the end of Romulus a thousand times and die in agony, than accept assistance from Kirk and Spock. Kirk accepts Nero at his word, and orders Sulu to arm phasers and to fire everything they have. The Enterprise lets loose a barrage of phaser fire that further damages the Narada as it is pulled into the black hole caused by the red matter.
033 33 McCoy takes Kirk to a medical lab, where he injects him with a vaccine against viral infection from Melvaran mud fleas. Kirk soon develops symptoms including loss of vision in his left eye, a bad headache and a flop sweat. It's all a ruse, since McCoy knows that he may treat and transport any of his patients at his discretion. Bu giving Kirk the vaccine, McCoy manipulates Starfleet protocols and brings Kirk aboard the Enterprise. 070 70 As he traverses the wintry terrain of Delta Vega, Kirk makes a log entry in which he explains that Spock has marooned him on the planet and accuses the Vulcan of violating Security Protocol 49.09, governing treatment of prisoners to Starfleet. Kirk suddenly stops, as he hears an eerie howl in the distance. He turns around and sees a ferocious beast running in his direction. As the beast closes in, Kirk realizes the danger and runs for cover. 107 107 As the Narada is consumed by the singularity, Kirk orders Sulu to take the Enterprise home.
However, as they go to warp speed, the ship is held back by the black hole. Kirk orders Scotty to go to maximum warp, and Scotty tells him that he's giving it all she's got. As the ship begins to break apart, Scotty decides to eject the warp core and detonate it. The ploy works, as the blast throws the Enterprise out of range of the black hole.
034 34 Kirk and McCoy come aboard the shuttlecraft Gilliam, which transports them from Starfleet Academy to a space station in orbit over Earth. Kirk, still suffering from the symptoms of the vaccine for Melvaran mud fleas, tells McCoy that he may throw up on him. An unusually calm McCoy peers out of the shuttlecraft window, where he sees the awe inspiring image of the U.S.S. Enterprise. He insists that Kirk take a look. 071 71 As the beast closes in and appears about to make a meal out of Kirk, an even larger creature bursts through the surface of Delta Vega and kills the smaller beast. But now Kirk must outrun this new threat. After tumbling down a hill, Kirk runs into a cave, but the creature grabs his leg. At the last moment, when all hope seems lost, a stranger emerges from within the cave, and fends off the creature with a fiery torch. Kirk is saved. 108 108 After returning to Starfleet, Spock comes face to face with his older self. Younger Spock says that he plans to resign from Starfleet to help rebuild the Vulcan race. Older Spock encourages him to remain in Starfleet, to forge the friendship with Kirk that will define them both in ways they cannot yet realize. Older Spock gives his younger self the Vulcan hand salute and wishes younger Spock good luck.
035 35 Kirk and McCoy get their first look at the U.S.S. Enterprise from space, as they approach by shuttlecraft. They cross over the ship's large saucer section, with its prominent NCC-1701 identification clearly visible beneath them. They finally enter the Enterprise's shuttlecraft bay, where they disembark and begin what will be the first of many adventures aboard the starship. 072 72 After warding off the ferocious beast that had been chasing
Kirk, the strange cave dweller turns around. He is Vulcan and, and upon recognizing his
youthful friend, utters his name, "James T. Kirk." Kirk doesn't recoonize the Vulcan and wants to know how the man knows his name. Spock introduces himself and proclaims that he "has been, and shall always be, your friend." Kirk stares at the Vulcan in disbelief.
109 109 Starfleet honors Captain Kirk for his inspirational valor and supreme dedication to his comrades in keeping with the highest traditions of service, and which reflect utmost credit to himself, his crew and the Federation. Kirk is given a special medal of commendation and, per Starfeet order 28455, ordered to report to Admiral Pike, whom he will relieve as captain of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
036 36 First Officer Spock reports to the bridge and informs Captain Pike that Engineering is ready for launch. Pike informs the crew that the Enterprise, the newest flagship of Starfleet, deserves mare pomp and circumstance than they can afford today. They need to complete their mission first, and a christening will have to be their reward for a safe return home 073 73 Spock tells Kirk how glad he is to see him. Kirk tries to convince the elder Vulcan that, if he really were Spock, he would know that they dislike each other. Spock is confused that Kirk is not captain of the Enterprise, but Kirk tells him that Spock was named captain after Pike was taken hostage by Nero. Kirk is suddenly interested that the elder Spock knows of Nero. The elder Spock uses a mind-meld to explain what Kirk needs to know. 110 110 Wearing a yellow command tunic, Captain Kirk comes aboard the bridge of the Enterprise and tells "Bones" to buckle up. Scotty reports that dilithium chambers are at maximum. Kirk orders Sulu to prepare to engage thrusters. Spock then comes aboard and offers to serve as Kirk's first officer. Kirk says it would be his honor. With Uhura and Chekov also on the bridge, Kirk orders the Enterprise out of spacedock.
037 37 Captain Pike orders helmsman Sulu to activate thrusters. The Enterprise separates from space dock and maneuvers for departure. Pike orders Sulu to set course for Vulcan and to go to maximum warp. Sulu engages the warp drive, but the ship remains stationary. An embarrassed Sulu doesn't know why the ship won't move. Spock asks whether he has disengaged the external inertial dampener. With that done, the ship warps towards Vulcan. 074 74 Spock uses the Vulcan mind-meld to tell Kirk about how he and Nero came from the future. 129 years in the future, a sun went supernova and threatened the Galaxy. Spock had promised the Romulans that he would save their planet, using red matter that would create a black hole and absorb the effects of the supernova. However. that sun went supernova too soon and destroyed Romulus, for which Nero held Spock responsible.  

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S067
STID Silver Parallel 67   STID
S104
STID Silver Parallel 104  
STID
S031
STID Silver Parallel 31   STID
S068
STID Silver Parallel 68   STID
S105
STID Silver Parallel 105  
STID
S032
STID Silver Parallel 32   STID
S069
STID Silver Parallel 69   STID
S106
STID Silver Parallel 106  
STID
S033
STID Silver Parallel 33   STID
S070
STID Silver Parallel 70   STID
S107
STID Silver Parallel 107  
STID
S034
STID Silver Parallel 34   STID
S071
STID Silver Parallel 71   STID
S108
STID Silver Parallel 108  
STID
S035
STID Silver Parallel 35   STID
S072
STID Silver Parallel 72   STID
S109
STID Silver Parallel 109  
STID
S036
STID Silver Parallel 36   STID
S073
STID Silver Parallel 73   STID
S110
STID Silver Parallel 110  
STID
S037
STID Silver Parallel 37   STID
S074
STID Silver Parallel 74    

Star Trek Into Darkness Gold Parallel Set (1:24 packs) sequentially numbered to 100

STID
G001
STID Gold Parallel 1   STID
G038
STID Gold Parallel 38   STID
G075
STID Gold Parallel 75  
STID
G002
STID Gold Parallel 2   STID
G039
STID Gold Parallel 39   STID
G076
STID Gold Parallel 76  
STID
G003
STID Gold Parallel 3   STID
G040
STID Gold Parallel 40   STID
G077
STID Gold Parallel 77  
STID
G004
STID Gold Parallel 4   STID
G041
STID Gold Parallel 41   STID
G078
STID Gold Parallel 78  
STID
G005
STID Gold Parallel 5   STID
G042
STID Gold Parallel 42   STID
G079
STID Gold Parallel 79  
STID
G006
STID Gold Parallel 6   STID
G043
STID Gold Parallel 43   STID
G080
STID Gold Parallel 80  
STID
G007
STID Gold Parallel 7   STID
G044
STID Gold Parallel 44   STID
G081
STID Gold Parallel 81  
STID
G008
STID Gold Parallel 8   STID
G045
STID Gold Parallel 45   STID
G082
STID Gold Parallel 82  
STID
G009
STID Gold Parallel 9   STID
G046
STID Gold Parallel 46   STID
G083
STID Gold Parallel 83  
STID
G010
STID Gold Parallel 10   STID
G047
STID Gold Parallel 47   STID
G084
STID Gold Parallel 84  
STID
G011
STID Gold Parallel 11   STID
G048
STID Gold Parallel 48   STID
G085
STID Gold Parallel 85  
STID
G012
STID Gold Parallel 12   STID
G049
STID Gold Parallel 49   STID
G086
STID Gold Parallel 86  
STID
G013
STID Gold Parallel 13   STID
G050
STID Gold Parallel 50   STID
G087
STID Gold Parallel 87  
STID
G014
STID Gold Parallel 14   STID
G051
STID Gold Parallel 51   STID
G088
STID Gold Parallel 88  
STID
G015
STID Gold Parallel 15   STID
G052
STID Gold Parallel 52   STID
G089
STID Gold Parallel 89  
STID
G016
STID Gold Parallel 16   STID
G053
STID Gold Parallel 53   STID
G090
STID Gold Parallel 90  
STID
G017
STID Gold Parallel 17   STID
G054
STID Gold Parallel 54   STID
G091
STID Gold Parallel 91  
STID
G018
STID Gold Parallel 18   STID
G055
STID Gold Parallel 55   STID
G092
STID Gold Parallel 92  
STID
G019
STID Gold Parallel 19   STID
G056
STID Gold Parallel 56   STID
G093
STID Gold Parallel 93  
STID
G020
STID Gold Parallel 20   STID
G057
STID Gold Parallel 57   STID
G094
STID Gold Parallel 94  
STID
G021
STID Gold Parallel 21   STID
G058
STID Gold Parallel 58   STID
G095
STID Gold Parallel 95  
STID
G022
STID Gold Parallel 22   STID
G059
STID Gold Parallel 59   STID
G096
STID Gold Parallel 96  
STID
G023
STID Gold Parallel 23   STID
G060
STID Gold Parallel 60   STID
G097
STID Gold Parallel 97  
STID
G024
STID Gold Parallel 24   STID
G061
STID Gold Parallel 61   GTID
G098
STID Gold Parallel 98  
STID
G025
STID Gold Parallel 25   STID
G062
STID Gold Parallel 62   STID
G099
STID Gold Parallel 99  
STID
G026
STID Gold Parallel 26   STID
G063
STID Gold Parallel 63   STID
G100
STID Gold Parallel 100  
STID
G027
STID Gold Parallel 27   STID
G064
STID Gold Parallel 64   STID
G101
STID Gold Parallel 101  
STID
G028
STID Gold Parallel 28   STID
G065
STID Gold Parallel 65   STID
G102
STID Gold Parallel 102  
STID
G029
STID Gold Parallel 29   STID
G066
STID Gold Parallel 66   STID
G103
STID Gold Parallel 103  
STID
G030
STID Gold Parallel 30   STID
G067
STID Gold Parallel 67   STID
G104
STID Gold Parallel 104  
STID
G031
STID Gold Parallel 31   STID
G068
STID Gold Parallel 68   STID
G105
STID Gold Parallel 105  
STID
G032
STID Gold Parallel 32   STID
G069
STID Gold Parallel 69   STID
G106
STID Gold Parallel 106  
STID
G033
STID Gold Parallel 33   STID
G070
STID Gold Parallel 70   STID
G107
STID Gold Parallel 107  
STID
G034
STID Gold Parallel 34   STID
G071
STID Gold Parallel 71   STID
G108
STID Gold Parallel 108  
STID
G035
STID Gold Parallel 35   STID
G072
STID Gold Parallel 72   STID
G109
STID Gold Parallel 109  
STID
G036
STID Gold Parallel 36   STID
G073
STID Gold Parallel 73   STID
G110
STID Gold Parallel 110  
STID
G037
STID Gold Parallel 37   STID
G074
STID Gold Parallel 74    

Star Trek (2009) Silver Parallel Set (1:12 packs) sequentially numbered to 200

ST09
S001
ST09 Silver Parallel 1   ST09
S038
ST09 Silver Parallel 38   ST09
S075
ST09 Silver Parallel 75  
ST09
S002
ST09 Silver Parallel 2   ST09
S039
ST09 Silver Parallel 39   ST09
S076
ST09 Silver Parallel 76  
ST09
S003
ST09 Silver Parallel 3   ST09
S040
ST09 Silver Parallel 40   ST09
S077
ST09 Silver Parallel 77  
ST09
S004
ST09 Silver Parallel 4   ST09
S041
ST09 Silver Parallel 41   ST09
S078
ST09 Silver Parallel 78  
ST09
S005
ST09 Silver Parallel 5   ST09
S042
ST09 Silver Parallel 42   ST09
S079
ST09 Silver Parallel 79  
ST09
S006
ST09 Silver Parallel 6   ST09
S043
ST09 Silver Parallel 43   ST09
S080
ST09 Silver Parallel 80  
ST09
S007
ST09 Silver Parallel 7   ST09
S044
ST09 Silver Parallel 44   ST09
S081
ST09 Silver Parallel 81  
ST09
S008
ST09 Silver Parallel 8   ST09
S045
ST09 Silver Parallel 45   ST09
S082
ST09 Silver Parallel 82  
ST09
S009
ST09 Silver Parallel 9   ST09
S046
ST09 Silver Parallel 46   ST09
S083
ST09 Silver Parallel 83  
ST09
S010
ST09 Silver Parallel 10   ST09
S047
ST09 Silver Parallel 47   ST09
S084
ST09 Silver Parallel 84  
ST09
S011
ST09 Silver Parallel 11   ST09
S048
ST09 Silver Parallel 48   ST09
S085
ST09 Silver Parallel 85  
ST09
S012
ST09 Silver Parallel 12   ST09
S049
ST09 Silver Parallel 49   ST09
S086
ST09 Silver Parallel 86  
ST09
S013
ST09 Silver Parallel 13   ST09
S050
ST09 Silver Parallel 50   ST09
S087
ST09 Silver Parallel 87  
ST09
S014
ST09 Silver Parallel 14   ST09
S051
ST09 Silver Parallel 51   ST09
S088
ST09 Silver Parallel 88  
ST09
S015
ST09 Silver Parallel 15   ST09
S052
ST09 Silver Parallel 52   ST09
S089
ST09 Silver Parallel 89  
ST09
S016
ST09 Silver Parallel 16   ST09
S053
ST09 Silver Parallel 53   ST09
S090
ST09 Silver Parallel 90  
ST09
S017
ST09 Silver Parallel 17   ST09
S054
ST09 Silver Parallel 54   ST09
S091
ST09 Silver Parallel 91  
ST09
S018
ST09 Silver Parallel 18   ST09
S055
ST09 Silver Parallel 55   ST09
S092
ST09 Silver Parallel 92  
ST09
S019
ST09 Silver Parallel 19   ST09
S056
ST09 Silver Parallel 56   ST09
S093
ST09 Silver Parallel 93  
ST09
S020
ST09 Silver Parallel 20   ST09
S057
ST09 Silver Parallel 57   ST09
S094
ST09 Silver Parallel 94  
ST09
S021
ST09 Silver Parallel 21   ST09
S058
ST09 Silver Parallel 58   ST09
S095
ST09 Silver Parallel 95  
ST09
S022
ST09 Silver Parallel 22   ST09
S059
ST09 Silver Parallel 59   ST09
S096
ST09 Silver Parallel 96  
ST09
S023
ST09 Silver Parallel 23   ST09
S060
ST09 Silver Parallel 60   ST09
S097
ST09 Silver Parallel 97  
ST09
S024
ST09 Silver Parallel 24   ST09
S061
ST09 Silver Parallel 61   ST09
S098
ST09 Silver Parallel 98  
ST09
S025
ST09 Silver Parallel 25   ST09
S062
ST09 Silver Parallel 62   ST09
S099
ST09 Silver Parallel 99  
ST09
S026
ST09 Silver Parallel 26   ST09
S063
ST09 Silver Parallel 63   ST09
S100
ST09 Silver Parallel 100  
ST09
S027
ST09 Silver Parallel 27   ST09
S064
ST09 Silver Parallel 64   ST09
S101
ST09 Silver Parallel 101  
ST09
S028
ST09 Silver Parallel 28   ST09
S065
ST09 Silver Parallel 65   ST09
S102
ST09 Silver Parallel 102  
ST09
S029
ST09 Silver Parallel 29   ST09
S066
ST09 Silver Parallel 66   ST09
S103
ST09 Silver Parallel 103  
ST09
S030
ST09 Silver Parallel 30   ST09
S067
ST09 Silver Parallel 67   ST09
S104
ST09 Silver Parallel 104  
ST09
S031
ST09 Silver Parallel 31   ST09
S068
ST09 Silver Parallel 68   ST09
S105
ST09 Silver Parallel 105  
ST09
S032
ST09 Silver Parallel 32   ST09
S069
ST09 Silver Parallel 69   ST09
S106
ST09 Silver Parallel 106  
ST09
S033
ST09 Silver Parallel 33   ST09
S070
ST09 Silver Parallel 70   ST09
S107
ST09 Silver Parallel 107  
ST09
S034
ST09 Silver Parallel 34   ST09
S071
ST09 Silver Parallel 71   ST09
S108
ST09 Silver Parallel 108  
ST09
S035
ST09 Silver Parallel 35   ST09
S072
ST09 Silver Parallel 72   ST09
S109
ST09 Silver Parallel 109  
ST09
S036
ST09 Silver Parallel 36   ST09
S073
ST09 Silver Parallel 73   ST09
S110
ST09 Silver Parallel 110  
ST09
S037
ST09 Silver Parallel 37   ST09
S074
ST09 Silver Parallel 74    

Star Trek (2009) Gold Parallel Set (1:24 packs) sequentially numbered to 100

ST09
G001
ST09 Gold Parallel 1   ST09
G038
ST09 Gold Parallel 38   ST09
G075
ST09 Gold Parallel 75  
ST09
G002
ST09 Gold Parallel 2   ST09
G039
ST09 Gold Parallel 39   ST09
G076
ST09 Gold Parallel 76  
ST09
G003
ST09 Gold Parallel 3   ST09
G040
ST09 Gold Parallel 40   ST09
G077
ST09 Gold Parallel 77  
ST09
G004
ST09 Gold Parallel 4   ST09
G041
ST09 Gold Parallel 41   ST09
G078
ST09 Gold Parallel 78  
ST09
G005
ST09 Gold Parallel 5   ST09
G042
ST09 Gold Parallel 42   ST09
G079
ST09 Gold Parallel 79  
ST09
G006
ST09 Gold Parallel 6   ST09
G043
ST09 Gold Parallel 43   ST09
G080
ST09 Gold Parallel 80  
ST09
G007
ST09 Gold Parallel 7   ST09
G044
ST09 Gold Parallel 44   ST09
G081
ST09 Gold Parallel 81  
ST09
G008
ST09 Gold Parallel 8   ST09
G045
ST09 Gold Parallel 45   ST09
G082
ST09 Gold Parallel 82  
ST09
G009
ST09 Gold Parallel 9   ST09
G046
ST09 Gold Parallel 46   ST09
G083
ST09 Gold Parallel 83  
ST09
G010
ST09 Gold Parallel 10   ST09
G047
ST09 Gold Parallel 47   ST09
G084
ST09 Gold Parallel 84  
ST09
G011
ST09 Gold Parallel 11   ST09
G048
ST09 Gold Parallel 48   ST09
G085
ST09 Gold Parallel 85  
ST09
G012
ST09 Gold Parallel 12   ST09
G049
ST09 Gold Parallel 49   ST09
G086
ST09 Gold Parallel 86  
ST09
G013
ST09 Gold Parallel 13   ST09
G050
ST09 Gold Parallel 50   ST09
G087
ST09 Gold Parallel 87  
ST09
G014
ST09 Gold Parallel 14   ST09
G051
ST09 Gold Parallel 51   ST09
G088
ST09 Gold Parallel 88  
ST09
G015
ST09 Gold Parallel 15   ST09
G052
ST09 Gold Parallel 52   ST09
G089
ST09 Gold Parallel 89  
ST09
G016
ST09 Gold Parallel 16   ST09
G053
ST09 Gold Parallel 53   ST09
G090
ST09 Gold Parallel 90  
ST09
G017
ST09 Gold Parallel 17   ST09
G054
ST09 Gold Parallel 54   ST09
G091
ST09 Gold Parallel 91  
ST09
G018
ST09 Gold Parallel 18   ST09
G055
ST09 Gold Parallel 55   ST09
G092
ST09 Gold Parallel 92  
ST09
G019
ST09 Gold Parallel 19   ST09
G056
ST09 Gold Parallel 56   ST09
G093
ST09 Gold Parallel 93  
ST09
G020
ST09 Gold Parallel 20   ST09
G057
ST09 Gold Parallel 57   ST09
G094
ST09 Gold Parallel 94  
ST09
G021
ST09 Gold Parallel 21   ST09
G058
ST09 Gold Parallel 58   ST09
G095
ST09 Gold Parallel 95  
ST09
G022
ST09 Gold Parallel 22   ST09
G059
ST09 Gold Parallel 59   ST09
G096
ST09 Gold Parallel 96  
ST09
G023
ST09 Gold Parallel 23   ST09
G060
ST09 Gold Parallel 60   ST09
G097
ST09 Gold Parallel 97  
ST09
G024
ST09 Gold Parallel 24   ST09
G061
ST09 Gold Parallel 61   GTID
G098
ST09 Gold Parallel 98  
ST09
G025
ST09 Gold Parallel 25   ST09
G062
ST09 Gold Parallel 62   ST09
G099
ST09 Gold Parallel 99  
ST09
G026
ST09 Gold Parallel 26   ST09
G063
ST09 Gold Parallel 63   ST09
G100
ST09 Gold Parallel 100  
ST09
G027
ST09 Gold Parallel 27   ST09
G064
ST09 Gold Parallel 64   ST09
G101
ST09 Gold Parallel 101  
ST09
G028
ST09 Gold Parallel 28   ST09
G065
ST09 Gold Parallel 65   ST09
G102
ST09 Gold Parallel 102  
ST09
G029
ST09 Gold Parallel 29   ST09
G066
ST09 Gold Parallel 66   ST09
G103
ST09 Gold Parallel 103  
ST09
G030
ST09 Gold Parallel 30   ST09
G067
ST09 Gold Parallel 67   ST09
G104
ST09 Gold Parallel 104  
ST09
G031
ST09 Gold Parallel 31   ST09
G068
ST09 Gold Parallel 68   ST09
G105
ST09 Gold Parallel 105  
ST09
G032
ST09 Gold Parallel 32   ST09
G069
ST09 Gold Parallel 69   ST09
G106
ST09 Gold Parallel 106  
ST09
G033
ST09 Gold Parallel 33   ST09
G070
ST09 Gold Parallel 70   ST09
G107
ST09 Gold Parallel 107  
ST09
G034
ST09 Gold Parallel 34   ST09
G071
ST09 Gold Parallel 71   ST09
G108
ST09 Gold Parallel 108  
ST09
G035
ST09 Gold Parallel 35   ST09
G072
ST09 Gold Parallel 72   ST09
G109
ST09 Gold Parallel 109  
ST09
G036
ST09 Gold Parallel 36   ST09
G073
ST09 Gold Parallel 73   ST09
G110
ST09 Gold Parallel 110  
ST09
G037
ST09 Gold Parallel 37   ST09
G074
ST09 Gold Parallel 74    

Star Trek Into Darkness Foldout Set (1:24 packs)

F1 F01 Kirk F4 F04 Uhura F7 F07 Chekov (yellow tunic)
F2 F02 Spock F5 F05 Scotty F8 F08 Khan
F3 F03 Dr. McCoy F6 F06 Sulu F9 F09 Carol Marcus
F10 F07 Chekov (red tunic)

Rewards exclusive offer for 350 pts
 

Star Trek Into Darkness Uniform Badge Set - Sequentially numbered to 250 (1:60 packs)

B1 b1 Captain Kirk
Dress Uniform Captain's Badge
B9 b9 McCoy
Dress Uniform Rank Pip
B17 b17 Scotty
Engineering Division Badge
B2 b2 Captain Kirk
Dress Uniform Insignia Pip
B10 b10 Chekov
Dress Uniform Rank Pip
B18 b18 Sulu
Command Division Badge
B3 b3 Captain Kirk
Dress Uniform Rank Pip
B11 b11 Uhura
Dress Uniform Rank Pip
B19 b19 Chekov
Command Division Badge
B4 b4 Spock
Dress Uniform First Officer's Badge
B12 b12 Scotty
Dress Uniform Rank Pip
B20 b20 Carol Marcus
Science Division Badge
B5 b5 Spock
Dress Uniform Insignia Pip
B13 b13 Captain Kirk
Command Division Badge
B21 b21 Keenser
Engineering Division Badge
B6 b6 Spock
Dress Uniform Rank Pip
B14 b14 Spock
Science Division Badge
B22 b22 McCoy
Medical Division Badge
B7 b7 Admiral Marcus
Dress Uniform Admiral's Badge
B15 b15 McCoy
Science Division Badge
B23 b23 Chekov
Engineering Division Badge
B8 b8 Admiral Pike
Dress Uniform Admiral's Badge
B16 b16 Uhura
Engineering Division Badge
B24 b24 Thomas Harewood
Dress Uniform Instructor Badge

Star Trek Into Darkness Costume Relic Set - Sequentially numbered to 300 (1:96 packs)
Actual swatches will be different to those shown, particularly the duty uniforms which show the motif about half actual size

RC1 RC1 Captain Kirk
Duty Uniform
RC5 RC5 Scotty
Duty Uniform
RC9 RC9 Spock
Away Team Jacket
RC2 RC2 Spock
Duty Uniform
RC6 RC6 Sulu
Duty Uniform
RC10 RC10 Captain Kirk
Dress Uniform
RC3 RC3 Uhura
Duty Uniform
RC7 RC7 Chekov
Duty Uniform
RC11 RC11 Spock
Dress Uniform
RC4 RC4 Dr. McCoy
Duty Uniform
RC8 RC8 Carol Marcus
Duty Uniform
RC12 RC12 Dr. McCoy
Dress Uniform

Autographed Cards
PURPLE = less than 200 signed GOLD = 200-300 signed, RED = 300-500 signed, BLUE = over 500 signed

- Autograph - Chris Pine Chris Pine
as Captain Kirk
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2010

All signed in black ink

- Autograph - Peter Weller Peter Weller
as Marcus
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - W. Morgan Sheppard W. Morgan Sheppard
as Vulcan Science Minister
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2010

- Autograph - Zachary Quinto

Zachary Quinto
as Spock
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2012

- Autograph - Ben Cross Ben Cross
as Sarek
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2013

- Autograph - Greg Ellis Greg Ellis
as Chief Engineer Olson
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2010

- Autograph - Simon Pegg

Simon Pegg
as Scotty
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

This is the rarest card in the set as declared by Steve Charendoff on the RA message board

- Autograph - Jennifer Morrison Jennifer Morrison
as Winona Kirk
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2009

- Autograph - Joseph Gatt (Variant A)

Joseph Gatt
as Science Officer 0718
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Alice Eve Alice Eve
as Carol Marcus
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Rachel Nichols

Rachel Nichols
as Gaila
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2011

- Autograph - Joseph Gatt (Variant B)

Joseph Gatt
as Science Officer 0718
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

"Into Darkness Format

© 2013

- Autograph - Bruce Greenwood Bruce Greenwood
as Pike
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Deep Roy Deep Roy
as Keenser
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2009

- Autograph - Clifton Collins Clifton Collins, Jr.
as Ayel
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2009

- Autograph - Leonard Nimoy Leonard Nimoy
as Spock Prime
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2009

- Autograph - Jason Matthew Smith Jason Matthew Smith
as "Cupcake"/Burly Officer
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2010

- Autograph - Sonita Henry Sonita Henry
as U.S.S. Kelvin Doctor
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2009

- Autograph - Kasia Kowalczyk Kasia Kowalczyk
as Kelvin Alien
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2009

- Autograph - Jeffrey Byron Jeffrey Byron
as Test Administrator
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2010

- Autograph - Reggie Lee Reggie Lee
as Test Administrator
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2010

- Autograph - Beau Billingslea

Beau Billingslea
as Captain Abbott
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Douglas Tait Douglas Tait
as Long Face Bar Alien
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2010

- Autograph - Scottie Thompson

Scottie Thompson
as Nero's Wife
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2012

- Autograph - Richard Arnold Richard Arnold
as Romulan
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2009

- Autograph - Nick Tarabay (Variant A) Nick Tarabay
as Klingon
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Aisha Hinds Aisha Hinds
as Navigation Officer Darwin
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Amanda Foreman Amanda Foreman
as Hannity [Ensign Brackett]
in "Star Trek (2009)"

© 2012

- Autograph - Nick Tarabay (Variant B) Nick Tarabay
as Klingon
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

"Into Darkness" Format

© 2013

- Autograph - Usman Ally Usman Ally
as U.S.S. Vengeance Bridge Officer
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Noel Clarke Noel Clarke
as Thomas Harewood
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Lee Reherman Lee Reherman
as U.S.S. Vengeance Security Officer
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

     
- Autograph - Nolan North Nolan North
as U.S.S. Vengeance Bridge Officer
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

- Autograph - Scott Lawrence Scott Lawrence
as U.S.S. Vengeance Bridge Officer
in "Star Trek Into Darkness"

© 2013

     

Case Topper "Space, The Final Frontier..." monologue cards - 1 of 2 inserted in each case

CT1 Monologue card 1 Star Trek (2009)
"Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Her ongoing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life forms and new civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before." - Spock
CT2 Monologue card 2 Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
"Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Her five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before." - Kirk, concluding his speech to Starfleet as they re-christen the Enterprise
   

Card Album

- Star Trek Movies X-XII Binder Binder with 1 nine-pocket page and Promo card

Multi-Case Incentive Cards

- Simon Pegg Autographed Relic Card

6 Case Incentive

SImon Pegg
as Scotty

"This autograph card signed by Simon Pegg as Scotty contains an authentc piece of Star Trek Into Darkness costume material"

- Benedict Cumberbatch

9 Case Incentive Autograph Card

Benedict Cumberbatch
as Khan

© 2013

     

Archive Boxes A, B & C- 1 set for every 18 cases

- Archive Boxes A, B.C    

Promotional Items

P1 Promo - P1 General Distribution P2 Promo - P2 Non Sport Update Magazine (Vol. 25 No. 4) P3 Promo - P3 Album Exclusive
- Sell Sheet  Sell sheet (digital download)
 
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