The third season of Star Trek Discovery is finally here! This season will focus on the human-Pahrumpian relationship between Spock, McCoy, Nogura, and Tano. The crew’s journey will take them to a new world of the mysterious Pahrump. The season will also feature a special performance by the newly hired Captain Jonathan Archer, who will be the first non-human to command a starship in the new show.
The third season of Star Trek Discovery is still only a few months away and I’m already itching to know how the third season will begin and end. The last season of Discovery was pretty good, but this one is going to be much more exciting. The Discovery will be set in the 24th century, which is a few years after the first and second seasons.
You can’t just say that Discovery will be set in the 24th century. To keep things interesting, we have to play it in an alternate universe. The series will be set in the year 2474, which is the first year in the current season’s timeline.
The Discovery will be set in an alternate universe in which a group of people have discovered a new, and potentially deadly, form of energy. It will be called the “Warp Drive” and, for reasons that are unspecified, it will be able to create strange, and possibly dangerous, phenomena.
It’s been a while since Discovery has had a season that has had as many twists and turns as the one we have today. The first two episodes of Discovery’s season three were two twists and turns of a different sort. The first episode, “Out of the Unknown,” was set in another universe where a group of people had built a new form of energy. They called it the Warp Drive, but they were not aware of a new and potentially dangerous form of energy.
the first episode, Out of the Unknown, was set in another universe where a group of people had built a new form of energy. They called it the Warp Drive, but they were not aware of a new and potentially dangerous form of energy.
The second episode, The Next Phase, is set in a universe where the Warp Drive is no longer needed. The humans have discovered that there is a force that can bring the Warp Drive back to life, but it has to be used correctly. Fortunately, the group of people who created the Warp Drive have not yet used it. So instead, they are using an entity called the Warp-Eater, who has a terrible effect on those who are weak to it.
The series is set in the same universe as the movie but before the events of that movie, and while it was very much a “coming of age” story for the characters of the series, it’s also the first time the Warp Drive has been used ever. As such, there is a lot of new information about the powers of the Warp-Eater to be learned, and I’m very happy to report that things are going reasonably well in terms of story and character development.
The Warp-Eater, if you haven’t noticed, isn’t exactly a strong villain, as he’s more of a friend to the crew of the Enterprise. They’ve been able to get through the whole episode without being noticed and they’ve dealt with a few moments with the Warp-Eater while they were trying to figure out a way to stop it, but they still have no idea what he’s really up to.
It is a little early to speculate on the outcome of the end of season 3, but the fact that the Warp-Eater has been reduced to a memory of a character that we knew before and is now a memory of a character that we know before is a huge development. In fact, the Warp-Eater has actually been more of a friend to the Enterprise than he has been to anyone else in the movie.