BLAKE'S 7 - ALTERNATIVE is a reboot of the 70's BBC Science Fiction Drama Series, but it is set in alternative reality, parellel timeline with a alternate storyline, with a different beginning and with a new cast as the characters. It is the far future, 200 years after the evil Intergalactic government ''The Terran Federation'' was orginized, after enslaving and infiltrating distant worlds. In it's mad lust for power and conquest to rule the outer planets outside the solar system, The Federation controls it's citzen by drugging the food and water and having it's enemies either eliminated or shipped off to penal colonies on Federation prison planets. Roj Blake, a Federation citizen and Alpha-Grade worker decides to lead a rebellion against The Federation, after witnessing The Federation slaughter protestors and uncovering the truth behind The Federation. But Blake and the rebels are betrayed and the rebels are gunned down by Federation Guards, Blake is captured and he is sentenced to life for rebelling against The Federation, on the Federation penal colony on Cygnus Alpha. On-board the prison ship, Blake meets arogant computer expert Kerr Avon, double-crossed by his girlfriend Anna Grant and his associates, after he tried to steal 5 billion credits and was turned into the authorities, Jenna Stannis, space pilot and smuggler, who was caught illegally transporting citizens to Non Federation-controlled worlds, Vila Restal, cowardly thief, convicted for a series of petty robberies, Olag Gan, a muscleman who took the law into his own hands and killed the Federation Officer who murdered his wife and Cally, a native telepathic Auron and rebel agent, who was working with Blake, but was caught trying to infiltrate Space Command Headquaters. On Cygnus Alpha, Blake and the convicts rebel and escape from the penal colony, where they soon take control of a abandoned alien spaceship called ''The Liberator''. Joined by the ship's computer Zen, who reveals the ship's owners abandoned the ship, when the ship was damaged in a space battle with the Andromedans, and the ship was the last of the battle fleet that fought in the space battle. Blake and his crew set off on a crusade across the galaxy, as Blake sets out to crush The Federation. In pursuit of Blake and the crew are Servalan, former commander of the Federation military, now the ruthless newly-elected President of the Federation and her evil one-eyed henchmen, Space Commander Travis, who slaughtered the rebellion, when Blake was captured and lost his eye and arm in the process, who are out to destroy Blake and prevent him from brining about the fall of The Federation. Later in the series, Blake and his band are joined by Del Tarrant, former Federation space pilot, who deserted the Federation Military forces, when Travis led a massacre on a outer planet, where innocent people, suspected of aiding and supplying weapons to the rebels, were slaughtered along with Tarrant's brother Deeta. His lover and associate, Soolin, gunwoman and native of the lawless planet Gauda Prime, who killed the people who murdered her family and wiped out her farm colony, Dayna Mellanby, weapons expert, her father Hal, helped Blake originize the rebellion, and was also killed along with Tarrant's brother by Travis and Orac, a mobile supercomputer, created by Avon's former mentor, computer scientist Ensor and they later gain a new spaceship: the space freighter ''Scorpio'' and it's intelligent computer, Slave. ''Scorpio'' is the former property of Soolin's former lover and former partner, Dorian. The legend of Roj Blake and his band of freedom fighters and their crusade against The Federation is reborn...
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