Larp Trek is a Campaign Comic with a twist. Whereas most campaign comics feature ostensibly real-world characters playing as the characters of a fictional universe, this comic features Star Trek: The Next Generation characters playing as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine characters.It's Season Three, when the holodeck breaks down completely. Seeking an alternate source of entertainment, Geordi hits upon the idea of trying out this ancient Earth custom called a "role-playing game". The webcomic can be found here.Characters:
Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Once the game begins in earnest, out-of-character panels have a grey background while in-character panels have colored backgrounds. Each character is eventually given a single, consistent color, too.
Expospeak Gag: Data says "fracture the quaternary membrane" instead of "break the fourth wall."
Fail Safe Failure: Picard's mystery hinges on the idea that, while a holographic knife would dematerialize before piercing flesh, a real knife could be used by a hologram to stab someone. Geordi thinks, and then desperately hopes, the holodeck doesn't work that way.
Wesley: Well, Odo was going to stop by Quark's anyway, because he doesn't trust that greedy, conniving, self-centered, big-eared, morally bankrupt Ferengi one bit. Troi: Hey! Who are you calling bankrupt?
The Munchkin: Wesley keeps asking if he can play a character with super powers and is finally allowed to have shapeshifting.
Since these are the Season Three TNG characters, the Battle of Wolf 359 (the first major Borg attack) hasn't happened yet, which has already had an impact on the pilot series plot as played out in the campaign.
The Trill race doesn't exist in this comic. The race is created by Dr Crusher in the process of creating Jadzia Dax for the game.