posted on Dec, 21 2009 @ 04:18 AM
I'll take the one in which: another civilian colonizing saucer lands on planet Altair-4, just after the United Planets C-57-D is faked out by the
planetary defence system - simulating the planet exploding into a star. Our ship's hyperdrive was damaged on approach, by the intense radiations from
that holographic simulation. After landing (and releasing the 30-member crew from their voyage stasis chambers), we find the underground Krell
complex, and Dr. Morbius research journals. We attempted to link the Krell machine to our ship's computer data banks to 'instantly' transform the
entire Altair-4 planet, with an Earth eco-system. But the process failed (due to needing a human to wear the Krell headset)... and resulted in also
reproducing many prehistoric and mythical life forms. The creation can not be reversed now, due to the great Krell machine burning out from the
overload process. Now our crew of colonist and explorers are stranded in in this planet-sized nightmare. Even sub-space contact with United Planets
Federation can not be made, due to lingering distortions of the space-time, resulting from the earlier emissions of the planetary destruction
I choose the Metaluna Saucer from 1955 "This Island Earth" movie (with a modified interior) - for both 'our' ship, and the former Bellerophon
ship. It is... length: 198 feet, width: 171 feet, height: 41 feet. It contains 4 decks - plenty of room for crew and planet-exploring hardware. The
topside command deck is 38 feet wide, 56 feet long, 16 feet high, and teardrop shaped. Ship dimensions are from the 2008 "The Saucer Fleet" book.
The crew encounter: dinosaurs, griffins, gargoyles, mystical power crystals (1974 "Land Of The Lost" series), an ancient underground adobe city of
religious/ritual magic, A Krell space/air/submarine suttlecraft (1953 "War Of The Worlds" Martian War Machine), Selenite Creatures (1964 "First Men
In The Moon"), Terrian creatures (1994 "Earth 2" tv series), giant animals (1961 "Mysterious Island", etc. movies), Gilled creatures (1954
"Creature from the Black Lagoon"), still-functioning Krell robots, lingering Krell spirits, a Krell undersea city, etc.