It's supposed to. That's the imagery I had. I want to see like a StarFox Western Game, where they crash land on a planet that has castaways from all over the universe, including humans, and furries and the like, but it's all like in the wild west, where the best law is a six-gun. Anyways, the rest of the team is captured, spare Krystal, and now she has to journey the planet in search of her commrads.
That's an awesome concept. In fact, I can imagine that as either a game, a comic book issue, or even an episode for a television show. For some reason, it reminds me of the 1986 TV show Galaxy Rangers, where the good guys are like space cowboys who ride on robotic horses and they travel all around space fighting off evil aliens. It was a great show. And I'd like to see something like that touched upon again. And based on my experience with the Starfox franchise, I believe Starfox can touch upon that since it has a bit of Starwars, and Galaxy Rangers influence.
I also like the idea of humans and furries existing in the same universe. Another idea that came to mind is what if Corneria discovered Earth or vice versa? It'd be like Earth's greatest discovery. Not to mention it'd make a great comic book saga.
True, or my crowing inspiration, the one that I've been waiting forever to do, is, be ready for some reading:
At this time, Corneria and Earth have already met, and established trade routes amoungst each other, but don't do much as far as politics go. More a Monroe Doctrine type of relationship. As for Fox and the team, not much has changed either, then, one day when chasing Wolf O'Donnel through our Solar System, Wolf gets away by flying closer to Jupiter than the Great Fox can physically go. But what the radio transmissions they pick up there are even stranger, and tinny sounding voice comes over the radio talking about Pearl Harbor has been bombed by the Japenese. Just a soundbyte, but Krystal tells them it's inaccurate, she's not picking up any distress at all from Earth. Then, for a moment, the lights go out, and a wormhole appears, and the power goes back on. So, in the name of figuring out what's going on, Fox, and Krystal (she insisted), go out, and end up pulled through the wormhole. At this moment all power has been depleted from any electronics in the Arwings, including Radios, Blasters, and Engines. They crash land on Earth somewhere in Europe, in 1943. Of course the Allies reach the couple first, but to the envy of the 3rd reich, and fight to keep Krystal and her staff away from the Nazi's ensues, as they are now apart of a secret division of the American 101st AirBorne Division. Secrets come out, Revealing the true age of and origin of the staff, as that when, in the story the staff is captured that it's the Lance of Longinus, the spear that peirced Jesus. And the mystery surrounding the dissaperance of James McCloud is reveal that Hitler opened the wormhole, and he had done it once in the past too, Fox's father was killed the Battle of Guadalcanal in the South Pacific, and the leader of the Fox's secret division (a human), Sgt. Gillian, knew his father before, but was transferred to the Europe front where he met Fox. And it all comes down the final few Battles of 1944, where Fox and his division survive D-Day, and end up at Eder Dam to stop an evil Nazi science experiment led by Eva Braun to create the ultimate monster, which is basically Wolf O'Donnel pumped up on bullet-proofing, muscle-enhacing, sense-multiplying steroids, that lead in one final fight to the death in which Wolf O'Donnel and Eva Braun are killed, Eder Dam's defenses are down, and the Dam is bombed, the war is soon after won, and the American Army Intelleigence Corps, with the help of the designer of modern rocketrey, former Nazi Scientist Werner Vaun Braun(he went on to design the Apollo Rocket), to help fix the Arwings enough to break free of the Earth's gravitational pull, but just becuase the technology doesn't exist, a working Arwing is sent through the wormhole, and the other two are repaired, and Sgt. Gillian, having no family of his own leaves with Fox and Krystal for the future, the wormhole is closed, the day is saved, and the first human member of the StarFox team signs on.
Wow. That's quite an interesting story you've got there! But if you don't mind me asking, how did the Cornerians ended up on Earth during World War II? Did they somehow travel back in time to the 1940s? Just curious.