Star Trek: Phoenix-X
- The series was started by two people, DL and Hawku. DL left in mid-Season 1.
- Starting off as role play, with sections by each writer merged into one episode, as the season continued on, the method changed into full episodes being written by each writer.
- Commander Night Gotens (later Night Seifer) was role played by Hawku.
- Captain Daniel (later Cell) was role played by DL.
- Previously, characters were presented as artwork (click here!) on the website, created by Hawku.
- Fan captured CG images of starships and characters, used on this website, are derived from Star Trek Online.
- A more comprehensive database of characters, ships, listings and background information can be found at the Star Trek Expanded Universe wiki.
- The "alien of the week" for Episodes 90 and onward were chosen through a random number generator website based on the number of episodes were in a Trek series. The random number that was run was matched with the episode number of the chosen Trek series, and which ever alien from that canon episode was focus, became the alien of focus on the PNX episode. The Trek series being selected from started with TOS at Episode 90, and TNG at Episode 91 and so on.
- Star Trek: Reloaded was named after The Matrix Reloaded.
- Commander Night Gotens of the USS Phoenix-X was named after Gotenks from the TV franchise Dragon Ball. ("The Tiloniam System")
- Commander Night Seifer of the USS Phoenix-X was named after Seifer Almasy from the PS2 game Final Fantasy 8. ("Secret Shuttles, Part II")
- Captain Cell of the USS Phoenix-X was named after Perfect Cell from Dragon Ball. ("Occurrence, Part II")
- Captain Oroku Seifer of the USS Phoenix-X and the USS Ragnarok was named after Oroku Saki (the Shredder) from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Seifer Almasy from the PS2 game Final Fantasy 8. ("Tabletop Beginnings")
- Lieutenant Commander Red of the USS Phoenix-X was named after Red XIII from from the PS2 game Final Fantasy 7. ("The Tiloniam System")
- Lieutenant Commander Rune Sith of Starbase 001, from the 25th century, was named after the Rune Blade weapon and Cait Sith from the PS2 game Final Fantasy 7. ("Second Life", Star Trek: 001)
- Captain Sith of the USS Mercedes and USS Blade, who was instrumental in saving Benjamin Maxwell from Section 31, in the 24th century, was named after Cait Sith from the PS2 game Final Fantasy 7. ("The Recruited", "Immortal Coil")
- Ensigns Tompsin and Tompsin of the USS Ragnarok were named after Thompson and Thompson from The Adventures of Tintin comic series. ("Tabletop Beginnings")
- Lieutenant Commander Gozer from the IKS Baetal was named after Gozer from Ghostbusters. ("Apparitions")
- Lieutenant Edward of the USS Ragnarok was named after Ed from Cowboy Bebop. (Earth Spacedock, "Department Heads")
- Lieutenant Commander Aramaki of the USS Ragnarok was named after Daisuke Aramaki from Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.
- Lieutenant Commander Winry of the USS Ragnarok was named after Winry Rockbell from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. (Earth Spacedock, "Department Heads")
- Doctor Cetra of the USS Ragnarok was named after the Cetra race of people from Final Fantasy 7. (Earth Spacedock, "Department Heads")
- Lieutenant Lei Sanchez from Star Trek: Reloaded was named after Lei Wulong from Playstation's Tekken video game series.
- Ensign Seanna Jackie from the Utopia Planitia Shipyards was named after the actor Jackie Chan. (Star Trek: Reloaded)
- Julia, the Bajoran Prophet, was named after Julia from Cowboy Bebop. (Star Trek: 001, "Scorpion's Descent")
- Raiden, the criminal from the 21st century, was named after Raiden from Mortal Kombat. (Star Trek: Reloaded)
- Feng's "Hello, mother" and other "mother" lines from "Misplaced" and "Bad Intelligence" is a reference to Bart's line from The Simpsons, Season 6, Episode 21, "The PTA Disbands", which itself was a reference to Village of the Damned (1960). ("The PTA Disbands", YouTube)
- In "Winter Wonderland Celebrations", Aeris mentioning having "a dream about Kirk trying to interview him (Sisko) while he absent-mindedly played piano" is a reference to William Shatner's interview with Avery Brooks in the 2011 documentary "The Captains".
- The runabout USS Trinity was named after Trinity from the film The Matrix. (Star Trek: Reloaded)