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The Lumarions: a Captain MacTaggart story is a series created by Jacob Elmer and Jordann William Edwards as part of the Tails from the Federation. It serves as the sequel to the original Space Pirate Captain MacTaggart story, that focuses on a new and younger crew trying to save the universe and prevent the uprising of a ruthless pirate.
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Much like it's successor, Bloody Cutlass, this series too serevs as a Darker and Edgier, and Bloodier and Gorier, while still staying a humorous series. Since Elmer started the series, it will share both the science fiction genre, mixed with a more Western style influence.

The series focuses on a Young female raccoon, Maggie Geddes who travels back in time from a post-apocalyptic future where a diabolical tyrant, named Captain Gordon McLane, has taken over the universe and she has no other choice but to escape into the past to prevent his uprising. Assisted by the redundant, red fox Abby Clapton, the gypsy fox known as Moonzie, Samantha "Sam" Rhys a snobby rich girl foxhound from Wales, Tiffany Phillips, a Scottish tabby cat and rebellious Punk Rocker, and Thomas Hughes, the Buff and courageous yet down on his luck German shepherd.



  • All Planets Are Earth-Like: Much like the MacTaggart story our heroes travel to planets similar to earth.
  • Author Appeal:
    • Majority of the characters are either raccoons or foxes.
    • Also Tiffany's love for Heavy Metal and affinity for playing guitar defiantly comes from Elmer.
    • As well as Jacob's knowledge of firearms.

The Captain:

  • Maggie
  • McLane
Darker and Edgier:

Eyepatch of Power: McLane wears one.

Gun Porn: Thomas and his collection of weaponry.

Nerd Glasses: Samantha wears them.

New Old West: The series itself is meant to be cemented in the Neo-Western genre.

Rail Enthusiast: Sam's father.

Space Pirates: the Knights of McLane support this trope.

Space Western: Probably the best way to describe this story.


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