Seriously, it's borderline Engrish.
What *might* be gleaned from it:
Section 31 is a possibility here.
Beyond being the kind of engrish I expect out of phishing e-mails, if this leads to another "the fleet is destroyed" sort of things I will be sorely disappointed. At the same time, it would explain why the Enterprise is always the only ship in the quadrant.
It didn't work in the Xindi Arc, it's not going to work here. When are writers going to realize Earth should not be the center of the Star Trek universe? You've got Faster Than Light travel...Sol could nova and Humanity should be scattered across countless worlds. The reason the Mass Effect series managed to do a "Earth in Peril" storyline is because that was one small battlefield across the entire galaxy and you got to see other home worlds being harvested.
What the heck is a "War-zone world"? Are M Class Planets so cheap you can afford to turn it into a giant paintball court?
Also "one man weapon of mass destruction". Either he's chasing Goku, or this is some seriously flowery language on par with a high school fan fic. If the Section 31 idea above is correct, it's possible its a agent that has undergone genetic engineering - possibly even a full blown genetic superman specifically created by Section 31.
That or Benedict Cumberbatch is playing the Human Bomb.
I'm a fan of chess, but the real interesting games are never "epic".
Aww. Uhura and Spock have a fight.
Aww. Kirk and McCoy have a disagreement.
Kali Ma! Wait, no.
Though that along with Kirk having a "personal score to settle", seems to be pretty clear Kirk's mom dies in this one. Probably a victim of the Sand People.
So all I can glean from this really is they're going to be borrowing heavily the themes from the episode Obsession with Cumberbatch playing the part of the Blood Drinking Cloud Monster.
Edited by Rust, 27 December 2014 - 03:20 PM.