LAST EDITED ON Jan-10-14 AT 00:44 AM (EST) by pjmoyer (moderator)
[Fixed a couple of typos; added "Rerezzed". --G. 20110123]
[Updated "Quarantena" and "One Phone Call" status. Maybe I should make this an anchor thread? --G. 20110222]
[Updated "Holiday" status; followed through on above musing re anchor thread. --G. 20110424]
[Added "DSM Panic!" --PJM 20110627]
[Added † under-construction indicator. --G. 20120217]
For your edification and amusement, and the satisfaction of our entirely non-binding curiosity, here are a few Mini-Stories that may or may not be in the works now, and could very well be coming relatively soon to a discussion forum near you.
"Operation Archangel" (UF/EX) [serial]
in which the survivors of the WDF Normandy go looking for revenge - and find that there are more important things to do.
"Exodus Climber" (UF/EX) [serial]
in which Scott Bernard and his ragtag band of freedom fighters discover the ruins of a lost world and unlock the secret of one of GENOM's oldest weapons.
† "Prodigal" (UF/EX) [serial]
in which the Mars Division's finest deal with the repercussions of one of GENOM's lesser-known, but bigger, messes.
"Sonata No. 1 ('Quarantena') for Three Parts in C minor, Op. S20a" (UF/S2)
in which what was supposed to be a simple social call for Corwin and Utena becomes the diciest day of the Great Summer Road Trip of 2405.
[Originally struck because it had evolved beyond the mini-story concept, this has since been completed as part of Symphony No. 5. --G.]
"The Balance" (UF/FI)
in which Mr. Edward Hyde, Esq., shows Dr. Robert Bruce Banner how to live at peace with, and obtain practical benefits from, the beast within him.
[Done! --G. 2011.10.20]
"Her Majesty's Commission" (UF/NF)
in which Provisional Lieutenant Utena Tenjou is confirmed permanently in her new rank - and placed in command of the worst ship in the Royal Navy.
"No One Left Behind" (UF/FI)
in which a deep-cover Autobot IPO agent requires extraction from the Earth Alliance, and receives it from the highest possible level.
"That Which Does Not Kill Us: Act II" (UF/FI)
in which Kara Zor-El's jitkyundou training reaches a whole new level.
"Separation Anxiety" (UF/FI)
in which Cassandra Cain's parents discover that their daughter's education has proceeded in unexpected directions since they last saw her.
"Chronicles of the Stig: Death Race 10,000" (UF/FI)
in which the Stig and his evil counterpart race across a continent to decide the fate of a beleaguered people.
Professor Enigma: "Weltanschauung" (meta-UF/FI)
being the first episode of Rose Tyler's run on Professor Enigma, presented as a meta-story.
in which Gryphon gets stuck in the middle of nowhere on his birthday, and Kei arranges some company for him.
Forgot to strike this one when it got finished. --G.
"Trainee" (UF/New Albion)
in which the Brigadier gets stuck in the middle of nowhere on his birthday, and DI Pond and Rose Mk 2 go to his rescue.
"The Other Side" (UF/FI)
in which Annalise Fleming discovers that there was more to the 20th-century disappearance of the Ghostbusters than even the incident's one surviving witness believed.
[Done, 2012.11.01. --G.]
"One Phone Call" (UF/FI)
in which Geoff Depew gets into a jam on a job in the Corporate Sector. The Espos don't recognize his authority and will only give him one phone call... so he'd better make it a good one.
"Technical Difficulties" (UF/S5)
in which B'Elanna O'Brien demonstrates to her crewmates that she has what it takes to be a Klingon battle engineer.
"Holiday in the Sun" (UF/FI)
in which something's wrong with the remote star Dholen, and Tali'Shukra vas Venachar runs the risk of entering geth space to find out who's responsible.
in which part of Don Griffin's collection of antique computer equipment behaves in unexpected ways.
† "DSM Panic!" (UF/S5) [serial]
in which various and sundry accidents and incidents occur during the latter half of DSM's 2409-2410 school year, especially to one Kaname Chidori Sterling.
"Line of Duty" (UF/S3)
in which a hero falls.
"Clarkson and Brunel (Deceased)" (UF/EX)
in which that tall man off the car program and the ghost of one of 19th-century Britain's greatest engineers race against time to save a doomed people.
"You've Had Some Cowboys in Here" (UF/NF?)
in which we find out how many Time Lords it takes to change a light bulb.
"Laura Kinney and the Llanfair Regiment" (UF/EX)
in which Laura discovers that the Girl Guides of New Snowdonia are not quite as mundane as she might have expected.
"Old, Unhappy, Far-Off Things" (UF/FI)
in which Gryphon reflects on one of the less expected downsides of immortality.
"... But a Fire to be Lighted" (UF/FI)
in which two young people from widely different backgrounds find meaning in each other at one of Diqiu's most prestigious schools.