24th century

2300
  • The Star Fleet uniform insignia pin is replaced by a communicator built inside a shell identical in shape to the pin. The device quickly becomes known as a commbadge. [U.S.S. Cheyenne Operations Manual]
2301
  • The Cardassian Union takes control of the planet Ingav. Before the planet can be completely annexed, a group of approximately 2,000 Ingavi flee the planet and travel into the Badlands, discovering and making planetfall on the planet Sindorin. Finding Sindorin very similar to Ingav, the Ingavi build a colony on the planet. [Abyss]
2303
  • Birth of David Gold. [Fatal Error]
2304
  • The people of Ktaria VII first achieve warp capability. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Tuvok and T’pel are married. [“Alice”]
  • A truce ends the Betreka Nebula hostilities between the Klingons and Cardassians. It results in minor concessions from each side, but no actual exchange of resources or territories. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Napeans first achieve warp capability. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2305
  • Birth of Jean-Luc Picard [“Conundrum”]
  • Lieutenant Arex is part of a shuttle expedition that is drawn through a wormhole and lost. [Cold Wars]
  • Starbase 200 is abandoned after a series of reactor, life-support, and other system failures. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Grazerites are admitted to the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2306
  • Birth of Matthew Dougherty [Star Trek: Insurrection]
2307
  • Birth of Timicin [“Half a Life”]
2309
  • Representatives of the Cardassian Union first offer assistance to the planet Bajor. [“Emissary”]
  • Federation starships first identify the planet Indri VIII. [Star Trek Chronology (Revised)]
  • The Romulans first encounter the Taurhai Unity. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2310(?)
  • The Treaty of Algeron is signed between the Federation and the Romulan Star Empire. One of its key provisions is that the Federation will not further develop cloaking technology beyond its current state. [“The Pegasus” (This is suggested by dialog in the episode, although the precise date is not made clear.)]
2311
  • The Tomed Incident occurs, after which the Romulans “disappear” for more than 50 years. The reason for the disappearance is unknown to the Federation. Among the losses during this incident is the Deep Space 1 station. [“The Neutral Zone”/Last Unicorn RPG]
2312
  • The warp scale is altered so that warp factor 10 is defined as “infinite velocity”. The warp formula is also revised. [“Faster than a Speeding Photon” article in Star Trek: The Magazine]
  • Qualor II is chosen as the site for a Federation surplus ship depot. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2313
  • The Taurhai begin attacking worlds on the leading edge of Romulan space. An extended conflict begins. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Bolians evacuate the population of Uzor IV before its sun collapses. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2314
  • All adults on the Federation mining colony of Hamlin are killed by the Choraii. The children are kidnapped. [The Children of Hamlin]
2316
  • Space station Deep Space 2 is constructed in a sector on the rimward edge of the Federation. [Last Unicorn Games]
2319
  • Development of the multiplex pattern buffer eliminates the already-rare condition of transporter psychosis. [Star Trek Encyclopedia/”Realm of Fear”]
  • Covert violation of the Prime Directive by Captain Mark Jameson of the U.S.S. Gettysburg leads to 40 years of civil war on Mordan IV. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2320
  • The Federation recognizes the recently-formed Bolian world government and allows the Bolians formal entry into the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Zakdorn complete the Grand Project and settle on their newly-completed artificial homeworld. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The mines on Dytallix B are exhausted and abandoned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2321
  • Romulan Deresus-class heavy scouts first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • An early contact between Humans and Cardassians takes place when a Cardassian vessel crashes on the planet Juhraya. [The Brave and the Bold, Book Two]
  • Ambassador-class heavy cruisers first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2322
  • Federation explorers first encounter the Calder System. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Galor IV colony wins the bid to become a planetary annex of the Daystrom Institute. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2324
  • Birth of Beverly Crusher [“Conundrum”]
  • Federation starships begin the first detailed explorations of the BeTau Sector, and first contact is made with the Pinnaar Domain. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2325
  • Birth of Devinoni Ral [“The Price”]
  • The first formal contacts are made between the Federation and the Cardassian Union. The Cardassians rebuff all peaceful overtures. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Son’a conquer two primitive races–the Tarlac and the Ellora–and integrate them into their culture as a labor class. [“Star Trek: Insurrection”/Star Trek: The Magazine]
2326
  • A group of Eerlikka called the Pevvni colonize the ninth planet in their star system. [Fatal Error]
2327
  • A peace summit is held on Vulcan. The Legarans are on hand as observers. Representatives from Cardassia Prime request the opening of trade rights with the Federation. Ambassador Sarek is doubtful, but Ambassador Spock, openly disagreeing, advocates the granting of the request. Meanwhile, when Perrin stumbles onto a Cardassian plot to disrupt the Legaran treaty negotiations in order to leave Legara open for seizure, she is kidnapped. When Perrin is rescued and the plot prevented, the Cardassian government disavows any knowledge of the agents’ actions. Nonetheless, with the Cardassian application for trade rights determined to be a pretense, diplomatic overtures are deferred for an indefinite period. [Wildstorm Star Trek: “Enter the Wolves”]
2328
  • The Bajoran homeworld is annexed by the Cardassian Union. [“Ensign Ro”]
  • Space station Deep Space 3 is constructed near the Breen sector of space. [Last Unicorn Games]
2329
  • Birth of Jordan Archer [STLN]
  • Birth of Kestra Troi, first daughter of Ian Andrew and Lwaxana Troi [“Dark Page”]
  • Duotronic enhancers are first replaced as information storage and processing devices by isolinear optical chips. [Star Trek Encyclopedia]
2331
  • Colony established on Boradis III. [“The Emissary”]
  • The pirate known as the White Wolf begins raiding Federation shipping. He and his crew evade capture by hiding in the highly-dangerous Beta Barritus star system. [Gauntlet]
  • Cortin Zweller is recruited into Section 31. [Rogue]
2332
  • Birth of Benjamin Sisko [Star Trek Chronology (Revised)/”Image in the Sand”]
  • While in the 40 Eridani System, the science vessel U.S.S. Thorne observes a Romulan vessel drop into the star’s gravity well and vanish, leading to an alteration in the timeline. Pursuing the Romulan ship into the past, the Thorne discovers that the Romulans gave warp drive technology to the Andorians 740 years in the past. The Thorne also encounters a time-traveling Romulan vessel from the altered timeline. With the aid of the time-traveling Romulans, the Thorne is able to undue the damage and restore the proper flow of history. This event leads to a meeting between the Tal Shiar and the Department of Temporal Investigations, strengthening the observance of the Temporal Prime Directive on both sides. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2333
  • Captain Jean-Luc Picard assumes command of the U.S.S. Stargazer. [“Tapestry”]
  • The Stargazer is ordered to apprehend the White Wolf. They are successful at apprehending him, but when they do, they discover that the pirate’s real identity is that of exobiologist Emil Carradine. Carradine explains that he found a latinum-rich world called Daribund that had a pre-sentient species on it, and became a pirate to draw vessels away from the world and thus preserve the species. Picard recovers the stolen Federation cargo, but allows Carradine to escape. [Gauntlet]
2334
  • Chugnok establishes the Chaga Trading Emporium. Within three years he becomes the most renowned weapons dealer in Alpha quadrant. [STLN]
  • Napea is admitted to the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Birth of Mackenzie Calhoun [Star Trek: New Frontier – House of Cards (This assumes that a Xenexian year is approximately the same as a Terran year.)]
  • Birth of William Ross. [The Dominion War Book Two: Call to Arms…]
  • The starship U.S.S. Carpenter is listed as missing. Debris and the bodies of the crew are found, but the ship is gone. [Strange New Worlds I – “Of Cabbages and Kings”]
  • Birth of Kathryn Janeway [Endgame]
  • The android Data is activated at the Omicron Theta Colony. [“Inheritance”]
2335
  • The Federation science vessel U.S.S. Yosemite becomes the first starship to penetrate the plasma storms within the Badlands. [The Badlands, Book 1]
  • Birth of William Riker; Birth of Geordi LaForge; Birth of Chakotay [“The Icarus Factor”/“Cause and Effect”/”Tattoo”]
  • After several decades of sporadic encounters, the Federation makes its first formal diplomatic overtures to the Cardassian Union. The Cardassians are initially ambivalent. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2336
  • Birth of Deanna Troi [“Conundrum”]
  • Birth of Tarak [STLN]
  • The Vespa Colony is established on a former Gorn occupied world. [STLN]
  • Kestra Troi is killed in an accident shortly after Deanna is born. [“Dark Page”]
  • The Omicron Theta Colony is destroyed by a Crystalline Entity. [Star Trek Encyclopedia/The Starfleet Survival Guide]
  • The Sli are discovered by the scout U.S.S. Crockett in the Qizan Qal’at star system. Before contact can be made, the Crockett is destroyed after reporting the arrival of a Klingon warship. [Sins of Commission]
  • The Alonis people are admitted to the Federation. [Twilight]
2337
  • The first group of ASRV-type vessel lifeboats are delivered in time to be fitted to the final Renaissance-class starship, the U.S.S. Hokkaido. [“Star Trek: The Next Generation” Technical Manual]
  • Kzinti raiders destroy the Vespa Colony. The Federation initially assumes it to be the Gorn. [STLN]
  • Romulan Theta-class swift couriers first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • An unidentified spacecraft carrying an infant shapeshifter of unknown origin is discovered in the Bajoran system’s Denorios Belt. [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Emissary]
  • Birth of Natasha Yar [“The Naked Now”/“Legacy”]
2338
  • The android Data is discovered on a planet in the Omicron Theta System by the U.S.S. Tripoli. [“Datalore”]
  • The starship Independence is lost and presumed destroyed. [The Romulan Prize]
2339
  • General Ardelon Tandro of Klaestron IV is killed by rebels. [“Dax”]
2340
  • Birth of Worf [‘The Bonding’]
  • Birth of Karr [STLN]
  • Birth of Ro Laren [‘The Next Phase’]
  • The first Man-Kzinn war begins. [STLN]
  • Nathaniel Taros pursues groundbreaking neurochemistry research on low-gravity species. His study of neuromuscular adaptation meets with no practical success. [‘Melora’]
  • Detailed surveys of Calder II uncover Sakethan Burial Mounds, left by the ancient pre-Romulans during their diaspora from Vulcan. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • In the Gamma Quadrant, the planet Yadera Prime is conquered by the Dominion. [‘Shadowplay’]
  • Around this time, increased difficulties with Andorian renegades attract the active attention of Star Fleet Command. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2341
  • Birth of Jadzia [‘Emissary’; ‘Dax’]
  • The planets Tsora and Fandre reestablish diplomatic and trade relations. [‘Tooth and Claw’]
  • Herbert-class cargo carriers first commissioned. [Decipher RPG]
  • Birth of Julian Bashir [‘Distant Voices’]
  • Alesia Prime is admitted to the Federation. Star Fleet establishes Starbase 315 in orbit of BeTau IV. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Cheyenne-class exploratory cruisers first commissioned. USS Cheyenne Operations Manual]
2342
  • The planet Cabrius Prime is destroyed when its sun supernovas, a rare incident within Federation space. [‘Wrath of the Prophets’]
  • Birth of Ishara Yar [‘Legacy’]
  • The First Man-Kzinn War Ends. [STLN]
2343
  • Ian Andrew Troi is killed in action. [‘Dark Page’]
  • The Battle of Chi’tai takes place. With this battle, the Romulans drive off the Taurhai. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Romulan D’virin-class incursion frigates first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Birth of Kira Nerys [‘The Maquis, Part I’]
  • The Federation Science Council sends an archaeological expedition to study the Sakethan Burial Mounds. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Cardassian freighter Kamal is caught in a plasma storm in the Badlands. All hands are lost, and the freighter is declared lost by Cardassian authorities. Aboard that freighter is the Bajoran Orb of Memory. [Avatar, Book One]
2344
  • The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) disappears with all hands after answering a distress call from a Klingon outpost on Narendra III. There are rumors of survivors, later proven true. Among these survivors is the Tasha Yar from the ‘war universe’, who had joined the crew during a time-jump brought on by space-time distortions created by the energy from the various weapons used in the battle with four Romulan warbirds. Yar is taken to Romulus. Subsequent to interrogation, her life is spared when a Romulan general offers her life (and those of other survivors) in return for her consortship. [‘Yesterday’s Enterprise’; ‘Redemption I & II’]
  • Tarak’s family is killed and he is adopted by Ferengi. [STLN]
  • Draa’kon geneticists discover a genome to enhance combat capabilities. It is rejected by their own genetic structure, and they seek out other races that may have genetic structures more receptive. They find such a race on the planet Xhaldia, and seed the planet with an airborne virus to introduce the genome. [Planet X]
  • The Zakdorn are admitted to the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2345
  • Birth of Kurn [‘Sins of the Father’]
  • Birth of Romulan Commander Sela [‘Redemption II’]
  • The albino raider enters hiding on Sakera IV. [‘Blood Oath’]
  • The USS Stargazer is contacted by the Gorn Alliance, the first contact between the Alliance and the Federation in several decades. [Requiem]
2346
  • Romulans attack the Klingon outpost on Khitomer. 4,000 Klingons are killed. [‘Sins of the Father’; Star Trek Chronology]
  • Natives of the planet Onorrh develop a cure for the virus Rihehnnia. [DC Star Trek: The Next Generation #9 — ‘The Pay Off’]
  • In a series of uprisings, the Kazon throw off their enslavement by the Trabe. [‘Alliances’]
  • A permanent archaeological facility is opened on Calder II. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The space station Deep Space 9 (then referred to as Terok Nor) is constructed in orbit around Bajor. [‘Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night’]
  • During the construction of DS9, the Bajoran scientist Dekon Elig creates an aphasia virus, a device to release which is planted on the station as a weapon against the Cardassians. It is not used at the time. [‘Babel’; ‘Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night’]
  • In the Delta Quadrant, war breaks out between the Talaxians and Haakonians. [‘Jetrel’]
2347
  • The Star Fleet insignia is revised for the first time in over 60 years, altering the background circle to an ellipse and slightly modifying the arrowhead. [Star Trek Chronology]
  • Cardassian forces, fearing a massive attack will be launched from the planet Setlik III, launch a preemptive strike against the Federation colony there. [Star Trek Chronology (Revised)]
  • The Federation institutes revised colonization guidelines discouraging the establishment of colonies propagating exclusive ideological, religious, or ethnic identities. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Enlightened Mind Movement begins to agitate for Betazoid withdrawal from the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2348
  • The Purity League, a Human radical political group opposed to interspecies mating, appears on Archaria III. [Double Helix Book 1: Infection]
  • Birth of Annika Hansen, later known as Seven of Nine. [‘The Raven’]
2349
  • Birth of Wesley Crusher [‘Evolution’]
  • Birth of Salia of Daled IV [‘The Dauphin’]
  • Hundreds of cryogenically frozen people are discovered in an underground facility on Earth. The cryopods are sent to Mars Medical Facility for resuscitation. [STLN]
  • The Romulan Empire begins exploration of the Diodor Sector. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Great Alaskan Earthquake takes place on Earth. [Q-Space]
  • ‘Tasha-2’ is executed while trying to escape from Romulus. [‘Redemption II’]
  • Tuvok returns to Star Fleet after an absence of over 50 years. His first assignment is aboard the starship Wyoming. [‘Flashback’]
  • Romulan D’deridex-class heavy warbirds first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Birth of Harry Kim [‘Eye of the Needle’]
  • Mars Medical Facility is destroyed in a freak accident. One survivor is found amongst the wreckage: a patient named Jason Voorhees who was later learned to possess a unique physiology and hyper-regenerative cells. [STLN]
  • Birth of Arax PauPaub [STLN]
2350
  • A colony of North American Indians settles on Dorvan V, ending nearly two centuries of wandering in search of a new home. [’Journey’s End’]
  • The Belaxalar geostructure builds the first Benzite warp drive. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The civilization on Minos abruptly vanishes. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2351
  • The Mizar Incident occurs with the Tholians. Federation forces are directed by Admiral Taneko of Bolarus IX, who sacrifices himself to preserve a Federation victory. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Birth of Merella N’Ralmi [STLN]
2352
  • Colony on Turkana IV severs all relations with the Federation. Regular contact is cut off. [‘Legacy’]
  • Space station Deep Space 4 is constructed in a sector on the ‘low-lying’ (negative Z-axis) edge of the Federation. [Last Unicorn Games]
  • Birth of Prynn Tenmei [Twilight]
  • Jason Voorhees is turned over to a Vulcan Medical Team for examination and study. He is taken to Star Base 7. Thirteen days after arriving on Star Base 7, the facility self destructs under orders of the XO. [STLN]
  • Terrorists seize the capital of Dulsinaray, take the government hostage, and execute citizens until their demands are met. [Imbalance]
  • Birth of Salma Hayek [STLN]
  • A new era of peace begins between the Klingon Empire and the United Federation of Planets, as the formal Treaty of Alliance is signed on Narendra III. [‘Way of the Warrior’; Star Trek Chronology (Revised); Last Unicorn RPG]
2353
  • The Danteri withdraw from the planet Xenex, ending their occupation of that world. Assisting in the negotiation of that withdrawal is Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Stargazer. [Star Trek: New Frontier – House of Cards]
  • Jack Crusher is killed while serving on the USS Stargazer. [‘True Q’]
  • Birth of Jeremiah Rossa [‘Suddenly Human’]
  • The USS Stargazer vanishes into a temporal wormhole. Upon return three months later they report that a man called the ’Doctor, traveling in a strange blue box, rescued them. [STLN]
  • Tholians attack and nearly destroy a Federation Starbase, with the loss of almost all personnel. The only survivor is civilian advisor Kyle Riker. [Star Trek Encyclopedia]
  • The planet Rolisa is devoured by the Black Mass. [New Frontier Minipedia]
2354
  • Birth of Jeremy Aster [‘The Bonding’]
  • The USS Stargazer visits Chalna. [‘Allegiance’; Reunion]
  • Birth of Taran’atar [Demons of Air and Darkness]
  • Shinzon of Remus is cloned from a cell sample acquired from Jean-Luc Picard. [‘Star Trek Nemesis’]
  • The research vessel USS Raven is attacked by the Borg. The Hansen family is assimilated. [‘The Raven’; ‘Dark Frontier’]
  • T’Pan becomes Director of the Vulcan Science Academy. [Star Trek Encyclopedia]
2355
  • The ‘Battle of Maxia’ takes place, in which an unidentified alien spacecraft (later discovered to be a vessel of the Ferengi Alliance) is destroyed by the USS Stargazer after it attacks the Federation vessel without warning. The Stargazer, itself critically damaged, is abandoned. [‘The Battle’]
  • The Romulan frigate V’nitor is lost in the Tullan Reach. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Birth of Jake Sisko [‘Move Along Home’]
  • Birth of Janet Thompson [STLN]
  • The Cardassian Galor-class warship is first encountered by Star Fleet forces. [Starship Spotter]
  • Kira Nerys joins the Bajoran underground, fighting the Cardassians for the liberation of Bajor. [‘The Circle’]
2356
  • A Tarellian spacecraft is destroyed by the Alcyones. [‘Haven’]
  • Talarian forces attack and destroy the colony on Galen IV, during a territorial dispute with the Federation. [Star Trek Encyclopedia]
  • The war between the Talaxians and Haakonians is ended when a weapon of mass destruction called a metreon cascade is used against Rinax, a moon in the Talaxian system. Approximately 300,000 Talaxians are killed. [‘Jetrel’]
2357
  • The Gallitep labor camp on Bajor is liberated by the Bajoran Shakaar resistance group. [‘Duet’]
  • Vulcan Scientists utilize DNA taken from Jason Voorhees to synthesize a virus that would be able to cure nearly any disease. The Jason Strain proves to work better than expected but has severe side effects. [STLN]
  • First Nebula-class light cruisers and Galaxy-class large exploratory cruisers commissioned. [Starship Spotter; ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ Technical Manual]
  • Romulan T’rasus-class light starbirds first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2358
  • Under executive orders, the Jason Strain is destroyed. All subject exposed to the Jason Strain are placed in isolation and eventually a colony is formed on an unnamed remote planet to house them forever. [STLN]
  • The Romulans initiate a series of attacks on Klingon colonies in the Kapor’At Star System. These attacks eventually lead the Klingons to abandon the system. One refugee ship, carrying a group of children, crashes on the planet Selva. [War Drums]
  • The starship Pegasus is lost. Following the return of the ship’s survivors, including William Riker, there are reports of a mutiny on board. There is no investigation, and the entire incident is classified by Starfleet. [‘The Pegasus’]
  • Pinaar II requests membership in the Federation. Soon after the request is made, however, the colony world of Kentarr V declares independence, beginning a civil war within the Pinaar Domain. The Federation suspends membership talks, pending the conclusion of the conflict. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Civil war begins in the Pirada Star System, as rebels begin attacks. [‘Whispers’]
2359
  • A bitter civil war ends on Mordan IV. [‘Too Short a Season’]
  • Renegade Andorians wipe out the population of the Andorian/Terran colony on Triangula Delta with an interphasic dilithium bomb. Admiral Wayne Wiltshire and the USS Luna City suffer serious embarrassment at their hands before finally defeating them in battle on the surface of Triangula Beta II. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Romulan Meret-class incursion cruisers first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Andorian Thris-class research/laboratory vessels are first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Romulan heavy scout Averek disappears while exploring the Empty Frontier. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Second Man-Kzinn War Begins [STLN]
  • Zhylaw Destroys the Furyan civilization leaving behind a dead planet covered in Conquest Icons . He is believed to have either converted or killed all Furyans. Alyr Torin escapes the destruction of his home world and Zhylaw’s wraith but is enslaved and forced into a life of arena combat. [STLN]
2360
  • The Erewhon-class personnel transport Santa Maria crash-lands on Orelius Minor. Its passengers establish a colony on the planet. [‘Paradise’]
  • The Romulan starbird D’kalam disappears while exploring the Starry Road Nebula. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • First contact with the Benzites. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • After several years of repeated clashes, Betazoid diplomats establish a truce with the Tholians. [Last Unicorn RPG]
2361
  • When the USS Potemkin undertakes a rescue mission at Nervala IV, a transporter accident creates a duplicate of Lieutenant William Riker. This is unknown to the crew, and the second Riker is left behind until recovered by the Enterprise in 2369. [‘Second Chances’]
  • Shinzon is taken from the Romulan scientists who raised him and exiled to Remus. [‘Star Trek Nemesis’]
2362
  • Arteline IV is admitted to the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Karr begins school at the Klingon Engineering academy, Kill-rut-nor. [STLN]
  • Birth of Arnold Jenkins [STLN]
2363
  • Construction of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) is completed at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards in orbit of Sol IV (Mars). [‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ Technical Manual]
  • Gul Darhe’el (The Butcher of Gallitep) dies in his sleep from a massive coleibric hemorrhage. [Star Trek Encyclopedia]
  • The starship USS Olympia embarks on a long-range exploration mission beyond Federation space. [‘The Sound of Her Voice’]
  • The ‘Scrapyard’ is assembled as a sort of ‘floating marketplace’ by a Ferengi merchant named Gurek. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • It is discovered that Gene Splicers from the planet Neverness have acquired the Jason Strain and are using it to create super-soldiers for private armies. [STLN]
  • Morgan Lefler disappears on Earth, and is presumed dead in a shuttle accident. In reality, she and a companion go in search of a race known as the Prometheans. [Fire on High]
  • The Second Man-Kzin War ends. Speaker-to-Animals becomes the Ambassador of the Kzinti to the Federation. [STLN]
2364
  • Captain Jean-Luc Picard assumes command of the USS Enterprise. [‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ TV Series]
  • First contact with the Q. [‘Encounter at Farpoint’]
  • A mysterious plague kills over 30,000 people on Archaria III before Dr. Beverly Crusher, aboard the Enterprise, discovers a cure. The virus is found to be artificial, although its creators remain undiscovered. [Double Helix Book 1: Infection]
  • The planet Tarod IX, a world just on the Federation-side of the Romulan Neutral Zone, suffers a devastating Borg attack. [Rogue]
  • First contact with the Ferengi. [‘The Last Outpost’]
  • Relations are re-opened with the Jarada. [‘The Big Goodbye’; Demons of Air and Darkness]
  • A crystalline life-form is discovered on the planet Velara III during a terraforming project. After the life-form is determined to be intelligent, the project is withdrawn and the planet declared off-limits. [‘Home Soil’]
  • In the Delta Quadrant, the Kradin and Vori declare war. [‘Nemesis’]
  • Jadzia enters initiate training on Trill. [‘Equilibrium’; ‘Dax’]
  • Enterprise Security Chief Tasha Yar is killed on the planet Vagra II. [‘Skin of Evil’]
  • A race of parasitic creatures invades the Federation, taking over humanoid hosts and attempting to suborn Starfleet Command. The incursion is discovered and eliminated, but a distress call is sent into deep space by the aliens. [‘Contagion’]
  • Reappearance of the Romulans. A series of border incursions is culminated in a confrontation with the Enterprise. Conflict is, for the moment, avoided. [‘The Neutral Zone’]
  • Colony established on New Oregon. [The Children of Hamlin]
  • The star Epsilon Miranda goes supernova, destroying all life on the fifth planet in the system. [DC Star Trek: The Next Generation #51 — ‘Life Signs’]
  • Romulans and Barolians enter into trade negotiations. [‘Unification I’; Star Trek Encyclopedia]
2365
  • Quark arrives at space station Terok Nor and opens a bar and gambling facility on the station’s Promenade. [Star Trek Chronology (Revised)]
  • Tarak arrives at space station Terok Nor and begins supplying the Maquis with weapons and medicines. [STLN]
  • Odo is given a position as security investigator on station Terok Nor by station commander Gul Dukat. [‘Necessary Evil’; ‘The Wire’]
  • Captain Phillipa Louvois of the Starfleet Judge Advocate General’s Office hands down a legal decision establishing that Lt. Commander Data is indeed a sentient being, entitled to full rights and protections as a citizen of the United Federation of Planets. [‘Measure of a Man’]
  • The USS Yamato is destroyed when an Iconian computer virus triggers a failure of its antimatter containment and related safety systems, leading to a full matter/antimatter explosion. [‘Contagion’]
  • First contact is made with the Cairn by the USS Okinawa. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Lwaxana Troi is appointed as a Federation Ambassador. [Decipher RPG]
  • First contact with the Borg. [‘Q Who?’]
  • The Romulans engage in the Third Taurhai Offensive. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Klingon battlecruiser T’Ong, launched over 75 years earlier, is recovered by the Enterprise. [‘The Emissary’]
  • Zek becomes Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. [Decipher RPG]
  • A Federation-sponsored Human colony is set up on Selva. [War Drums]
  • In the face of a pending collision between their home sun and another star, the people of the planet Rhawn, in the Delta Quadrant, launch a vessel called the Traveler, carrying 800 million members of their race in an attempt to escape the expected destruction of the planet. [Shadow]
2366
  • In response to the Borg threat, Starfleet begins development of the Defiant-class starship. [‘The Search, Part I’]
  • A cross-racial multiprion plague strikes Terok Nor. A team of Starfleet officers assists Bajoran and Cardassian physicians in finding a cure. [Double Helix Book 2: Vectors; Double Helix Book 3: Red Sector]
  • A Husnock warship destroys the Federation colony on Delta Rana IV. The Husnock race is subsequently destroyed by a Douwd in retaliation for the attack. [‘The Survivors’]
  • A Ferengi clan purchases a controlling interest in Onorrh’s offworld export industry. [DC Star Trek: The Next Generation #9 — ‘The Pay Off’]
  • A Federation Non-Observable Team is sent to the planet Makkus. [Restoration]
  • A treaty is concluded between the Cardassians and the Federation, ending a long conflict. [‘The Wounded’]
  • Karr is exiled from the Klingon Empire when convicted of murder. He was set up to be the patsy by the Duros sisters. [STLN]
  • Ambassador Sarek completes final treaty negotiations with the Legarans, after which he enters permanent retirement. [‘Sarek’]
  • The USS Harriman is caught in a crossfire between a Klingon and Romulan vessel. Casualties are light, but among them is Science Officer Marsha Kenyon, the wife of CO Norman Kenyon. Following the incident, Kenyon is transferred to command of the USS Grissom. [Once Burned/Star Trek Novels Timeline]
  • A small group of mutant Xhaldians are born, affected by the Draa’kon genome. [Planet X]
  • The Enterprise acquires a simulated Preserver artifact from a Romulan commander. During analysis, a program from the artifact enters and overrides the ship’s computer, bringing the Enterprise to TNC 65813. An attempted computer linkup results in the personality of Adrik Thorsen taking over Lt. Commander Data. Control is subsequently restored, and the ship enters the edge of the black hole. Detecting the Enterprise (NCC-1701) at the event horizon, the Enterprise-D recovers a shuttlecraft from the earlier ship, and the two ships aid each other in escaping from TNC 65813. The shuttlecraft contains Zefram Cochrane and the Companion, who later die aboard the Enterprise. [Federation]
  • The USS Cochrane conducts a preliminary, non-intrusive survey of the planet Eloh. [The Romulan Stratagem]
  • Birth of Alexander, son of Worf [‘Reunion’]
2367
  • A Borg vessel enters Federation space, bound for Earth. A Starfleet squadron of 40 vessels meets it at Wolf 359. 39 are destroyed. Only a last-ditch effort by the Enterprise and Lt. Commander Data averts the subjugation of the Human race. Among the casualties of the Wolf 359 battle is Jennifer Sisko. [‘The Best of Both Worlds’; ‘Emissary’]
  • A Borg cube enters the Diodor Sector and assimilates several Romulan colony worlds. When it reaches Prosenna, it is destroyed by a race called the Azar. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Captain Morgen leaves Starfleet service and returns to his homeworld to assume the throne of the Daa’Vit Confederacy. [Reunion]
  • Kar enters Starfleet Academy though with much anger over being unable to help his family caught up in the civil war brewing within the Klingon Empire. [STLN]
  • The planet Lanatos is destroyed in a collision with a rogue comet. With the aid of the Enterprise, both native sentient races are relocated to Beta Diomede IV. [DC Star Trek: The Next Generation #22-24]
  • Klingon Chancellor K’mpec is murdered. He is succeeded, pending formal approval, by Gowron. [‘Reunion’]
  • Captain Benjamin Maxwell of the USS Phoenix uses his vessel to make what he claims are preemptive strikes against the Cardassians. He is relieved of his command. Evidence, however, is found that the Cardassians are in fact rearming. [‘The Wounded’]
  • Dujonian’s Hoard is discovered by Captain Jean-Luc Picard and several mercenaries in an alternate space-time continuum on the far side of a phenomenon known as Hel’s Gate. The gems are supporting a rebellion against a tyrannical species known as the Abinarri, and it is left in the hands of the rebels and their allies, including a former Starfleet officer. [Dujonian’s Hoard]
  • The Orion pirate Bardeck Gorales discovers the abandoned Klingon observation station in the Altanis Idrilon System in the Draconis Outback. He claims it as his own and christens it ’Gorkon’s Retreat’. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Federation and Cardassian Union begin negotiations to establish territorial boundaries. [‘Journey’s End’]
  • Death of Curzon. Symbiont Dax is transferred to host Jadzia. [‘Dax’]
  • MIDAS Array is constructed. [Starship Spotter]
  • First contact with the planet Iyaar. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Enterprise is invited to the centennial celebration of the Modalan overthrow of the Krisaian regime. Admiral McCoy and Ambassador Spock accompany the ship. During the celebration, it is revealed that the Krisaians’ suppliers of advanced weapons were Ferengi, who attempt to take control of Modala. The attempt is foiled, and the Ferengi withdraw. [‘Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Modala Imperative’]
  • The planet Rhawn is destroyed as another star approaches its sun. The vessel Traveler continues to flee. [Shadow]
2367-2368
  • Civil war breaks out in the Klingon Empire, amidst challenges to the succession of Gowron to the leadership of the High Council. Captain Picard leads a Federation fleet to the Klingon/Romulan border, reacting to suspicions of Romulan involvement in the war. This fleet turns back a Romulan supply convoy intending to support the Duras family, which is leading the insurrection. Gowron and his supporters are victorious. [‘Redemption I & II’]
2368
  • Ambassador Spock of Vulcan undertakes an unauthorized mission to Romulus upon hearing word of increased Romulan interest in reunification with Vulcan. Captain Picard and Lt. Commander Data of the Enterprise pursue him to Romulus. It is subsequently discovered that the interest was a ruse to cover a Romulan invasion of Vulcan. The Romulan plan is exposed and foiled. Ambassador Spock remains on Romulus to work with underground Romulan citizen groups which support a true reunification. [‘Unification I & II’]
  • Ambassador Sarek of Vulcan dies at the age of 203. [‘Unification I’]
  • A type-C asteroid impacts on the planet Penthara IV. Although the asteroid strikes an uninhabited continent, there is considerable concern that dust clouds raised by the impact may cause disastrous global cooling. [Star Trek Chronology (Revised)]
  • Romulan D’valek-class swift warbirds first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Ktarians begin a takeover attempt of the Federation and Starfleet, using an electronic game to render its users susceptible to suggestion. The attempt is foiled by Lt. Commander Data of the USS Enterprise and visiting Starfleet cadet Wesley Crusher. Federation diplomats lodge a vigorous protest with the Ktarian government, resulting in a government upheaval and new elections on Ktaria VII. A new party advocating closer ties to the Federation takes control in the Ktarian parliament. [‘The Game’; Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The USS Enterprise is called in to resolve a conflict between Humans and Klingons on Selva. [War Drums]
  • The Andorian science vessel Gilinir makes first contact with the fungal life-forms of Vecrat IV. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • First Danube-class runabout patrol ships are commissioned. [‘Paradise’; Star Trek Encyclopedia]
  • First Nova-class science scouts and Akira-class battlecruisers are commissioned. [Starship Spotter]
  • A cultural exchange between the Federation and the Children of Tama is established. [Star Trek: Star Charts]
  • The USS Bozeman reappears, apparently having traveled through a warp in the space-time continuum. It is met by the USS Enterprise, which is escaping from a localized time-loop phenomenon. [‘Cause and Effect’]
  • The Enterprise finds a lone Borg drone, separated from the collective, and brings him aboard. After studying the Borg, Captain Picard orders that the Borg be infected with a virus and then returned to the collective. This virus eventually kills all Borg in the collective. [I Borg; STLN]
  • Lt. Commander Geordi LaForge stops an attempt by the parasite creatures to gain control of the Onglaatu Empire. [DC Star Trek: The Next Generation Annual #3 — ‘The Broken Moon’]
  • Elim Garak, a member of Cardassia’s Obsidian Order, is politically disgraced with the Cardassian Central Command, and is exiled to station Terok Nor. [‘Profit and Loss’]
  • While engaged in a survey mission of the Badlands, the USS Enterprise suffers severe effects of tetryon radiation, complicating a diplomatic initiative with the Cardassians being undertaken in conjunction with the survey. [The Badlands, Book 1]
  • The race inhabiting the planet Ahmista is destroyed by a Promethean weapon. [Fire on High]
  • The starship Independence is rediscovered near an interstellar ark vessel. Some survivors are discovered within the ark. [The Romulan Prize]
  • A prototype Romulan warbird is captured by alien ambimorphs. [The Romulan Prize]
  • The Federation opens full diplomatic contact with the Sli, ending a Ferengi monopoly on Sli contact. [Sins of Commission]
2369
  • In a stunning and unexpected move, representatives of the Tholian Assembly propose a truce with the Federation. The Federation agrees, and ambassadors are exchanged, although the Tholians give no reason for the decision. [Decipher RPG]
  • Assassins sent by the Duros family attempt to kill Karr while on a training mission. Starfleet intelligence takes notice. [STLN]
  • Captain Montgomery Scott is recovered from the transport USS Jenolen – found crashed on the surface of a Dyson Sphere – after spending approximately 75 years as a pattern in the ship’s transporter, which he locked into a diagnostic cycle. [‘Relics’]
  • The Cardassians withdraw from the Bajoran System. The Bajorans request Federation aid in rebuilding their world. A Starfleet team led by Commander Benjamin Sisko is sent to a Cardassian/Bajoran-constructed space station – originally called Terok Nor and renamed Deep Space 9 – in orbit about Bajor to oversee its repair and administration. An artificially-created stable wormhole to the Gamma Quadrant is discovered in the Denorios Belt near Bajor, and the station is moved to the mouth of the wormhole, in expectation of the site becoming a major nexus of activity. [‘Emissary’ (‘Deep Space Nine’)]
  • Selma Hayek wins the Ms. Betazed beauty contest. [STLN]
  • Benzar is admitted to the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The planet Eloh invites representatives from the Federation and the Romulan Empire to discuss options for the planet joining one body. After several days of discussions and ‘sales pitches’, the Elohsians choose to seek alliance with the Romulans. [The Romulan Stratagem]
  • The aphasia device on Deep Space 9 is accidentally triggered by Chief of Operations O’Brien while he is repairing a food replicator. [‘Babel’]
  • The USS Grissom is assigned to escort a diplomatic team to oversee peace talks between two races on the planets Anzibar II and Anzibar IV (the Carvargna and Dufaux, respectively). The diplomatic team is Captain Kenyon’s brother and daughter. The mission ends in disaster, when both Byron and Stephanie Kenyon are killed by the Dufaux. Afterward, Kenyon involves the Grissom directly in the conflict, joining a Carvargna fleet in attacking and destroying the Dufaux fleet. The Carvargna then bombard Anzibar IV. The Dufaux surrender, and their leader is put on trial, but when he tries to attack Captain Kenyon, he is killed by First Officer Mackenzie Calhoun. Kenyon then kills himself. Calhoun resigns from Starfleet. [Once Burned/Star Trek Novels Timeline]
  • The Ktarian parliament opens negotiations with the Federation, seeking membership. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Vulcan Isolationist Movement begins an attempt to reassemble the Stone of Gol. [‘Gambit’]
  • Ferengi Grand Nagus Zek convenes a major conference on Deep Space Nine to discuss business opportunities in the Gamma Quadrant. [‘The Nagus’]
  • The DTI authorizes the science vessel USS Crick to go back in time and ‘rescue’ the DNA of the Alpha Centauran white thendra, a wormlike bird that went extinct at the beginning of the Centauran industrial age. The species is successfully recovered and reintroduced into the planet’s ecosystem. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The cross-racial multiprion plague strikes the Romulan ruling family. Ambassador Spock and Admiral Leonard McCoy discover the last survivor of that family, held prisoner on the Pojjan homeworld, recover him, and are able, along with Beverly Crusher, to synthesize a cure to the plague. [Double Helix Book 3: Red Sector]
  • Kai Opaka is reported killed during an excursion in the Gamma Quadrant. In reality, her injuries are repaired by microbes on a penal planetoid, but the microbes will operate only in that environment, trapping Opaka there. [‘Battle Lines’]
  • The clerics of Boreth create a clone of Kahless, who becomes emperor of the Klingon Empire and serves as its spiritual leader, while political power remains in the hands of Gowron and the High Council. [‘Rightful Heir’]
  • The Trial of the Century. John Luc Picard is tried for the genocide of the Borg. He is found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment on an undisclosed penal colony. Commander Riker is promoted to Captain and given command of the USS Enterprise. [STLN]
  • The starship USS Hera, commanded by Silva LaForge, is lost. [‘Interface’]
2370
  • An abortive coup on Bajor threatens the Federation’s position there. The coup fails when Cardassian involvement is revealed. [‘The Homecoming’; ‘The Circle’; ‘The Siege’]
  • Birth of Kes [‘Elogium’; ‘Twisted’]
  • Selma Hayek wins the Ms Federation pageant. [STLN]
  • Noted terraformer Gideon Seyetik is killed during an experiment involving the use of protomatter to successfully reignite a dead star, Epsilon 119. [‘Second Sight’]
  • Admiral Nechayev seeks out Calhoun, and brings him back into Starfleet, serving on a series of special assignments. [OnceBurned/Star Trek Novels Timeline]
  • The Stone of Gol is recovered by the Vulcan government. The existence of the Vulcan Isolationist Movement as a terrorist faction is revealed. [‘Gambit’]
  • First Thucydides-class timeships are commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The starship Pegasus is discovered in the Devolin System. It is learned that the ship carried an illegal, experimental cloaking device that operated via the phasing of matter. This device led to failures which killed much of the crew and contributed to the vessel’s loss. [‘The Pegasus’]
  • While the starships Enterprise and Darwin conduct a follow-up exploration of the Dyson Sphere discovered a year earlier, a neutron star is detected on a collision course with the Sphere. Last minute maneuvering by the Sphere causes the neutron star to miss, but the Sphere then contracts to the quantum level and vanishes from the universe as we know it. The crew of the Darwin are trapped inside and lost. [Dyson Sphere]
  • In the Gamma Quadrant, the T-Rogoran race is conquered by the Dominion. [‘Sanctuary’]
  • First Sovereign-class heavy cruiser is commissioned. [Starship Spotter]
  • The Romulan swift warbird Imparatex is lost during routine patrol along the Klingon border. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Federation and Cardassian Union complete an extended series of negotiations setting the final boundaries of their respective territories. A demilitarized zone is established along the border. As a footnote to this, an agreement is established allowing the American Indian colonists on Dorvan V to remain on the planet, provided that they give up Federation citizenship and accept Cardassian jurisdiction. All sides agree to these terms. Some Federation colonists, however, dissatisfied with the new treaty and believing themselves abandoned by the Federation government, form an underground terrorist group calling itself the Maquis. The Cardassian agent Seska infiltrates the Maquis to gather intelligence data for the Cardassian Central Command. [’Journey’s End’; Star Trek Chronology (Revised); The Badlands, Book 2 (Modified)]
  • Vair (homeworld of the Cairn) is admitted to the Federation. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Paradan civil war ends. Peace talks take place on Deep Space 9. [‘Whispers’]
  • Kor, Koloth, and Kang locate the albino on Sakera IV. They are joined by Jadzia Dax on a strike against the albino’s stronghold. During the attack, Koloth and Kang are killed, but the albino too is killed, fulfilling the blood oath. [‘Blood Oath’]
  • A Romulan attack on a Klingon cruiser in the Gamma Quadrant fuels tensions between the Klingons and Cardassians, whom the Klingons believe to be the attackers. Personnel from Deep Space 9 reveal the Romulan involvement, defusing a potential Klingon-Cardassian war. [‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Hearts and Minds’]
  • A summit is arranged between Federation and Gorn representatives to begin a new round of contacts. The summit is placed at risk by a challenge from fringe groups hostile to the idea of renewed contact with the Federation. [STLN]
  • While on a survey mission, the science vessel Equinox is transported to the Delta Quadrant. Within weeks, almost half the crew is lost, and the ship begins a harrowing journey home. [‘Equinox, Part I’]
  • Vedek Winn is elected kai on Bajor. [‘The Collaborator’]
  • First Intrepid-class cruiser is commissioned. [Starship Spotter]
  • Formal relations are opened between the Federation and the Dragon Empire. [Dragon’s Honor]
  • The second Malkus Artifact is discovered by a Bajoran terrorist, who attempts to use it to disrupt a project to convert a section of a Bajoran moon to arable land and establish a farming colony. The artifact is recovered by Kira Nerys of Deep Space 9 and Declan Keogh of the starship Odyssey. [The Brave and the Bold, Book One]
  • First contact with the Jem’Hadar. The soldiers of the Dominion capture Benjamin Sisko, Jake Sisko, Quark, and Nog while they are on a camping trip in the Gamma Quadrant. Several Alpha Quadrant vessels and the New Bajor colony are destroyed, as the Jem’Hadar demand that traffic through the wormhole ceases. The starship Odyssey, accompanied by the runabouts Mekong and Orinoco, travels through the wormhole to investigate the situation. Sisko and company are rescued, but the Odyssey is destroyed in a Jem’Hadar attack. [‘The Jem’Hadar’]
  • Tarak enters the Federation School of Diplomacy on Auralia [STLN]
2371
  • The Starfleet insignia is revised, altering the background ellipse to a slotted bar and again modifying the arrowhead. [‘Star Trek Generations’; ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’; ‘Star Trek: Voyager’]
  • A Starfleet task force consisting of the starships Enterprise, Oraidhe, and Marignano encounters and destroys an intellivore which had been responsible for the destruction of many civilizations in an area near the rift between the Orion and Sagittarius Arms of the galaxy. The action is not without cost, however, as there are casualties on all three ships, including the loss of the entire crew of the Oraidhe. [Intellivore]
  • The USS Voyager (NCC-74656) is launched under the command of Captain Kathryn Janeway. [‘Caretaker’]
  • At Commander Sisko’s request, the experimental starship USS Defiant is assigned to Deep Space Nine. A new treaty with the Romulans establishes that they will loan Starfleet a cloaking device for defensive use against the Dominion. The device is installed aboard the Defiant. [‘The Search, Part I’]
  • A doomsday cult seizes alien technology and fires a probe into the Ntignano star, creating a singularity and threatening the entire system, including an inhabited planet. Thanks to the assistance of the Tsorans, the inhabited Ntignano planet is evacuated before it is destroyed. [Tooth and Claw]
  • A member of the Maquis discovers the third Malkus Artifact in the Demilitarized Zone, and uses it to attempt to destroy the Cardassian colony on the planet Nramia, as well as the ecosystem of the planet Slaybis IV. Officers of the starships Hood and Voyager, as well as other Maquis members, are able to recover the artifact and prevent any further damage. [The Brave and the Bold, Book Two]
  • The cross-racial multiprion plague strikes a planet in the Demilitarized Zone. Maquis teams run medical supplies, and a Starfleet team from the USS Ghandi assists. During the mission, Lieutenant Thomas Riker defects to the Maquis. [Double Helix Book 4: Quarantine]
  • Searching for a missing Maquis vessel, the USS Voyager enters the Badlands near the Cardassian border, where a spatial displacement wave hurls the ship (as well as its Maquis quarry) 70,000 light-years away, into the Delta Quadrant. First contact is made with the Kazon, Ocampa, and Talaxian races. The Maquis vessel is destroyed, and both crews combine aboard the Voyager, which begins its search for a way home. Immediately prior to its encounter with the wave, Voyager transmits data from an analysis of unusual tetryon radiation, suggesting that a prototype Romulan artificial quantum singularity power source may be orbiting the Badlands, causing the radiation effects. [‘Caretaker’ (‘Voyager’); The Badlands, Book 2]
  • A Starfleet task force led by the Enterprise defeats the second incursion by the Furies near Brundage Station. A shuttlecraft piloted by Lieutenant Sam Redbay activates an explosive that closes the spatial rift the Furies are using to travel from the Delta to the Alpha Quadrant. [Star Trek: Invasion – The Soldiers of Fear]
  • Ambassador Spock and a group of his followers are captured on the colony world of Constanthus. A rescue mission by the Enterprise is successful, and Spock, Leonard McCoy, and Montgomery Scott are briefly reunited. Spock then returns to Romulus to continue his efforts toward reunification. [Crossover]
  • Voyager makes first contact with the Vidiians. [‘Phage’]
  • Responding to a distress call from the Amargosa Observatory, the Enterprise rescues Dr. Tolian Soran, who is attempting to return to the space-time anomaly he calls the Nexus. Soran escapes from the Enterprise and uses a probe to destroy Amargosa, attempting to alter the course of the Nexus. In league with the Duras sisters – Lursa and B’Etor – Soran kidnaps Lt. Commander Geordi LaForge. They travel to the Veridian System aboard the Duras sisters’ Bird of Prey, with the Enterprise following. LaForge is returned, and Captain Riker attempts to negotiate with Soran to prevent him from destroying Veridian. Meanwhile, the Enterprise is critically damaged in battle with the Bird of Prey, and executes an emergency saucer separation and planetfall. Initially unsuccessful in his negotiations, Picard is drawn into the Nexus and meets James Kirk (who had been similarly pulled in 76 years earlier). Kirk agrees to assist Riker in an attempt to stop Soran. The attempt is successful, but Kirk is killed. The Enterprise, too, is declared a loss, though casualties are light. The Enterprise survivors are picked up and returned to Earth. [‘Star Trek Generations’]
  • Romulan Vereleus-class dreadnoughts first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The USS Olympia is destroyed while investigating a Class L planet in the Rutharian Sector. [‘The Sound of Her Voice’]
  • Talks take place between the Federation and Jibetian Confederacy regarding a potential alliance and/or the Confederacy joining the Federation; During this time, the legendary lost Jibetian vessel Nibix is found and recovered. [The Long Night]
  • A group of the Unclean, the race that originally defeated and exiled the Furies, stages an attack near Deep Space Nine. They are destroyed by a task force near the station, aided by the Defiant and the wormhole aliens, which eliminate a temporal affect of a battle fought five millennia earlier. [Time’s Enemy]
  • The Federation Medical Council announces that year’s nominees for the prestigious Carrington Award. Among the nominees is Dr. Julian Bashir. The winner turns out to be Dr. Henri Roget of the Central Hospital of Altair IV. [‘Prophet Motive’]
  • In the Delta Quadrant, the Voyager encounters the Furies’ homeworld. They are planning a new invasion of the Alpha Quadrant, using a moon-sized device to create a wormhole large enough to bring the entire planet through. Lieutenants Torres and Redbay damage the equipment on the moon, resulting in the wormhole going somewhere else, sending the Furies’ planet much farther from Federation and Klingon space, indefinitely abating the threat. [The Final Fury]
  • The Cardassian and Romulan Empires are manipulated by the Founders into launching a large-scale assault on the Founders’ homeworld. The battlefleet is lured into a trap and is decimated by Jem’Hadar warships, at least temporarily removing both the Romulans and Cardassians as threats to the Founders. [‘Improbable Cause’; ‘The Die is Cast’]
  • The Voyager ends a war between the Akerian Empire and the inhabitants of Veruna IV, in the process revealing that both races are offshoots of a common ancestor-race known as the K’shikkaa which had colonized Akeras and Veruna IV. [The Murdered Sun]
  • Ensign Seska, aboard Voyager, provides information about Federation technology to the Kazon-Nistrim sect. When this is discovered, she flees Voyager and finds refuge with Kazon-Nistrim First Maje Kullah. [‘State of Flux’]
  • Shakaar Edon is elected to the office of First Minister of Bajor. [‘Shakaar’; ‘Crossfire’]
  • The Voyager discovers a colony of Humans on a planet formerly controlled by a race known as the Briori. Also found at the colony are a group of Humans in cryogenic freeze, revealed to be Humans who had disappeared from Earth, including aviator Amelia Earhart. [‘The 37s’]
  • Alyr Torin is caught up in an alien infestation in the midst of selling a huge bogus contract to some would be colonists. An ‘abandoned’ colony that he happened across, and he’s ‘assumed’ ownership of, turns out to be infested with aliens (xenomorphs). He is the only survivor. [STLN]
2372
  • A plague sweeps across Bajor, brought to the planet by Tetrarch Varis Sul, who acquires replicators on the black market with contaminated organic supplies. A cure for the plague is developed by Julian Bashir and Jadzia Dax of Deep Space Nine. [Wrath of the Prophets]
  • Selma Hayek wins the Ms Universe Pageant [STLN]
  • A civilian uprising topples the military government of Cardassia. The Klingon Empire, fearing a Dominion infiltration behind the action, invades the Cardassian Empire. The Federation Council condemns the invasion, and in response, the Klingon Empire withdraws from the Khitomer Accords and breaks off diplomatic relations with the Federation. Under Federation pressure, however, the Klingons halt their invasion, although they refuse to relinquish control over several captured colonies. Lt. Commander Worf, at the request of Captain Benjamin Sisko, transfers to Deep Space 9 during the crisis to act as a liaison with the Klingons. He remains at the station as Strategic Operations Officer. [‘The Way of the Warrior’]
  • Taking advantage of the redirection of Klingon Defense Force resources toward Cardassia, a rebel faction among the al’Hmatti stages a coup d’état and retakes the planet. The rebels then appeal to the Federation for aid. The Federation begins an investigation. [Diplomatic Implausibility]
  • The Deep Space 9 runabout Rubicon makes a forced landing on Bopak III in the Gamma Quadrant. A group of renegade Jem’Hadar soldiers enlists the aid of Julian Bashir and Miles O’Brien in an unsuccessful attempt to free them from their genetic addiction to the drug ketracel-white. [‘Hippocratic Oath’]
  • Nog becomes the first Ferengi to enroll in Starfleet Academy. [‘Little Green Men’]
  • An expedition consisting of Lt. Commander Dax, Lt. Commander Worf, and Kor recovers the long-missing bat’leth used by Kahless. Subsequently deciding the Klingon Empire is not yet ready for what the bat’leth represents as a symbol, they beam it into space and claim not to have located it. [‘The Sword of Kahless’]
  • The Andorian science vessel Shraa’jath conducts groundbreaking experiments regarding the existence of subspace life. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) is launched under the command of Captain Riker. Except for Lt. Commander Worf, all of the senior staff from the Enterprise-D are assigned to the newest Enterprise. [‘Star Trek: First Contact’]
  • Using fear of Dominion infiltration of the Federation government, Admiral Leyton of Starfleet Command attempts a military takeover of the Federation. The attempt is thwarted by Captain Sisko of Deep Space Nine, who is temporarily on assignment to Starfleet Security at the time. [‘Homefront’; ‘Paradise Lost’]
  • Lieutenant Thomas Paris of the starship Voyager becomes the first Human to exceed Eugene’s Limit (Warp 10) during transwarp experiments. The bizarre effects of exceeding this boundary make it clear that the transwarp drive used in the experiment is far from safe as a mode of propulsion. [‘Threshold’]
  • Personnel from the Voyager discover a Cardassian missile which had been swept into the Delta Quadrant by the Caretaker, and prevent it from destroying Rakosa V, a nearby inhabited planet. [‘Dreadnought’]
  • The Ferengi Alliance acquires the Bajoran Orb of Wisdom on the black market, and offer it for auction on the open market. The Bajorans are outraged that the Ferengi will not sell it directly back to them, and freeze all Ferengi economic activity within their star system. The Ferengi respond by blockading the system. Relations deteriorate until war is declared between Ferenginar and Bajor, following the destruction of a Ferengi vessel. Captain Sisko and officers of Deep Space Nine are able to intercede and create a situation allowing both sides to back away from hostilities, leading to an agreement under which the Ferengi will sell the orb to Bajor. Circumstances return to normal soon afterward. [The 34th Rule]
  • Deep Space 9 Security Officer Eddington is revealed to be a Maquis operative. He eludes custody by fleeing from the station, in the process stealing 12 industrial replicators intended for delivery to the Cardassians. [‘For the Cause’]
  • On a small planetoid in the Gamma Quadrant, former Bajoran Kai Opaka is able to broker an end to the fighting amongst factions of prisoners consigned to the planetoid. The unified population comes to be known as the Sen Ennis. Soon afterward, an alien vessel piloted by a being named Raiq from a race calling themselves the Ascendants lands on the planetoid, revealing a breach in the satellite system that aids in the confinement of the prisoners. In return for the Sen Ennis’ help in her recovery, Raiq eliminates the mechanism that restricts the prisoners to the planetoid, freeing them. [Rising Son]
  • Birth of Naomi Wildman [‘Deadlock’]
  • Dominion scientists discover the remains of an Iconian gateway on Vandros IV, in the Gamma Quadrant. Dominion research on the gateway is disrupted when a group of renegade Jem’Hadar capture the site. Vorta agents of the Dominion enlist the aid of Captain Sisko and the Defiant to destroy the gateway, and Sisko agrees to counter the threat of a functional gateway to both the Dominion and the Federation. [‘To the Death’]
  • Giving up a life of danger Alyr Torin begins a fruitful career as the porn star Maximus. He stars in over 40 movies and ends the year in the blockbuster Wormholes with superstar Galaxina. He earns the golden cock award for best Human-Human-Male-Female sex scene. They move in together and the tabloids are ablaze with rumors. [STLN]
2372-2373
  • The Kazon-Nistrim sect overwhelms and temporarily captures the USS Voyager, stranding most of the crew on a primitive planet. Through the actions of Ensign Suder, the ship’s holographic Doctor, and Lieutenant Paris, as well as the assistance of a Talaxian squadron, Voyager is retaken and the crew rescued. The ship continues its journey homeward. [‘Basics, Part I-II’]
2373
  • A Starfleet team headed by Captain Sisko travels to the Klingon homeworld to follow up on the suspicion that Chancellor Gowron is a changeling. Instead, it is revealed that the changeling has taken the form of General Martok. In the wake of the discovery of Dominion manipulation, Gowron agrees to a cease-fire with the Federation. [‘Apocalypse Rising’]
  • Selma Hayek wins the Ms Milky Way Pageant. [STLN]
  • The investigation of the taD situation is deferred after the Klingons re-take the planet and the Federation and Klingon Empire re-ally. [Diplomatic Implausibility]
  • The Voyager reaches the edge of the Nekrit Expanse. [‘Fair Trade’]
  • The lost Bajoran city of B’Hala is located by Captain Sisko. [‘Rapture’]
  • Captain Sisko and the crew of the Defiant encounter the people known in legend as the Mist, who live in an alternate continuum slightly out-of-phase with normal space-time. A rebel faction of the Mist briefly seize Deep Space Nine, but the station is recovered and the rebel faction defeated. [The Mist]
  • Pursuing Michael Eddington, Captain Sisko realizes that Eddington perceives himself as a hero and Sisko as a villain. To capture Eddington, therefore, Sisko poisons the atmosphere of a Maquis colony, and threatens to do the same to every Maquis planet in the Demilitarized Zone. To stop Sisko from doing this, Eddington surrenders. [‘For the Uniform’]
  • The starship USS Slayton is destroyed by a Romulan warbird near the Chiaros star system in the Geminus Gulf. [Rogue]
  • The people of Chiaros IV vote to pursue an alliance with the Romulan Empire, instead of the Federation. Unbeknownst to the Chiarosan people, however, a Romulan facility in their system, studying/utilizing a singularity, is destroyed by the starship Enterprise, which had been sent to the planet to ensure that the referendum proceeds in an orderly fashion. [Rogue]
  • The Voyager encounters the First Federation vessel Fesarius in the Delta Quadrant, including its pilot, Balok, and former Starfleet Lieutenant David Bailey. [Strange New Worlds I – ‘Ambassador-at-Large’]
  • Within the Nekrit Expanse, the Voyager’s crew encounters a community of former Borg, separated from the Collective and now living as individuals. [‘Unity’]
  • After Garak receives a distress call from Enabran Tain, he and Worf investigate. They are captured by the Jem’Hadar and taken to a prison asteroid, where they find Tain, the real General Martok, and Julian Bashir, who had been captured and replaced by a changeling some weeks previously. Tain dies, but Worf, Garak, Bashhir, and Martok escape. At Deep Space Nine, the personnel prepare for a Dominion attack. The Klingons reinstate the alliance with the Federation, and the Romulans join in forming a defense fleet. The faux-Bashir attempts to destroy the Bajoran sun, but is instead killed. It turns out that no Dominion attack will come that day. [‘In Purgatory’s Shadow’; ‘By Inferno’s Light’]
  • Doctor Bashir is revealed to be genetically enhanced, the result of an illegal procedure performed on him as a child. An arrangement with Starfleet allows him to remain in the service. [‘Dr. Bashir, I Presume?’]
  • The Miradorn sign a non-aggression pact with the Dominion. [‘Call to Arms’]
  • Acting on information from the Voyager prior to its disappearance, the Defiant locates the artificial quantum singularity orbiting the Badlands, and uses a Romulan folded-space transporter to send the object out of the area and away from any sector where it might cause further damage. [The Badlands, Book 2]
  • Captain Sisko places a minefield just outside the wormhole to prevent the Dominion from sending more ships through. A Dominion/Cardassian fleet seizes Deep Space Nine, and war begins with the Dominion. [‘A Time to Stand’]
  • The monarch of the Pinaar Domain requests Federation aid in negotiations with the Kentarrans. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The government of the planet Nelkar is overthrown and replaced with a new, more benevolent, regime. [Star Trek: New Frontier – End Game]
  • The planet Thallon is destroyed, and is revealed to have been serving as the ‘egg’ for a huge creature strongly resembling the mythical Great Bird of the Galaxy, which vanishes shortly after emerging from the debris of the planet. [Star Trek: New Frontier – End Game]
  • The planet Galion, home to several Maquis settlements, is devastated by a Dominion Fleet. [The Dominion War Book 1: Behind Enemy Lines]
  • The starship Excalibur makes the first direct Federation contact with the race known as the Prometheans. [Fire on High]
  • Alyr Torin is one of only three stars to win the golden cock award two years in a row for his role in Wormholes 2: The Return of Maximus. This is for best Human-Human-Male-Female sex scene (with Galaxina). The movie is hailed as one of the most incredible moments in the porn industry. The plot revolves around the Dominion War and one of the key scenes is filmed during an actual battle. Alyr, Galaxina, the Director, and the camera woman are the only people present during this scene which actually shows Alyr killing several Jem’hadar as the four of them escape the carnage. The scene is worked into the movie’s story line and it becomes cinema gold; observed even by the mainstream media. [STLN]
  • Alyr and Galaxina find they can’t live together and he moves out. The tabloids are again ablaze with rumors.
  • Alyr all but leaves the business and begins working with Galaxina as an escort for high class women with exceptional means. After his scene on DS-9 he goes supernova with demand. Just about every woman in the galaxy wants his manhood inside her. [STLN]
2374
  • Kes undergoes a transformation into a being of energy, leaving Voyager to journey on a different plane of existence. As a ‘parting gift’, she uses her newfound powers to send the ship 10,000 light years closer to home. [‘The Gift’]
  • Tarak graduates from the Federation School of Diplomacy and enters Starfleet Academy. [STLN]
  • The Romulans engage in the Fifth Taurhai Offensive. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • One of the Defiant’s missions is the destruction of a Dominion sensor array, through which the Dominion and Cardassians had been tracking Starfleet ship movements. [‘Behind the Lines’]
  • Selma Hayek wins the Ms Milky Way Pageant for the second time. [STLN]
  • The Great Link is infected with a genetically-engineered virus developed by Section 31. [‘The Changing Face of Evil’]
  • Andorian Atlira-class escorts first commissioned. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • Some 5 months after it was taken, Deep Space Nine is recaptured by a Federation fleet. The minefield is destroyed by the Dominion, but Sisko persuades the wormhole aliens to intercede and prevent the Dominion reinforcements fleet from traveling through the wormhole. [‘Sacrifice of Angels’]
  • The Dominion and Cardassians attempt to construct an artificial wormhole to the Gamma Quadrant in Cardassian space, using technologies and methods developed by the Trill Enrak Grof. An undercover team led by Captain Riker successfully destroys the wormhole complex, ending the attempt. [The Dominion War Book Three: Tunnel Through the Stars]
  • The race known as the Lumalit attacks an asteroid settlement of the Iscoy. In the confusion, Captain Janeway is separated from the Voyager, which she believes destroyed, and joins the crew of an Omian warranter vessel. She warns the crew of the Lumalit threat, and eventually aids the Omians and Iscoy — with the help of Voyager, which had not been destroyed, after all — in forcing back a Lumalit invasion of that area of space. Following the engagement, and in the wake of a change in Omian government, Janeway returns to the Voyager. [Fire Ship/Star Trek Novels Timeline]
  • The Qavok attack the Lekk home system, increasing the long-standing level of conflict between the two races. [Death of a Neutron Star]
  • Worf and Jadzia Dax are married. [‘You Are Cordially Invited’]
  • First contact with the Son’a. [Last Unicorn RPG]
  • The Evora achieve interstellar travel capability. [‘Star Trek: Insurrection’]
  • The Voyager passes through Krenim space. [‘The Year of Hell, Part I-II’]
  • The Voyager encounters an alien communications network stretching nearly to the Alpha Quadrant, and uses it to send a message to Starfleet. The message, including the Holographic Doctor’s program, reaches the tactical cruiser USS Prometheus, which has been captured by Romulans while on acceptance trials. Voyager’s EMH and the one from the Prometheus retake that ship, and Voyager’s EMH returns to that ship. However, Starfleet is now aware that Voyager and its crew are still alive. Voyager, meanwhile, has made first contact with a race called the Hirogen. [‘Message in a Bottle’]
  • The Enterprise brings Betazoid scientist Lem Faal to the Galactic Barrier at the galaxy’s edge to conduct experiments on methods of breaching that barrier. The initial experiments are successful, but reveal that the Barrier was in fact a protective wall erected by the Q Continuum to keep a hostile energy being out of the galaxy. Q, assisted by the Calamarain, is able to seal the breach and keep the energy being at bay, but the experiments are discontinued. [‘The Q Continuum’ Trilogy]
  • The Hirogen subsequently capture Voyager for several weeks, forcing the crew to play out an endless series of holodeck scenarios emphasizing hunting and combat. Finally escaping, Captain Janeway is able to negotiate a settlement through which the Hirogen release the ship. [‘The Killing Game, Part I-II’]
  • The Draa’kon attempt to kidnap the mutants they had created, but the Enterprise, with the aid of the ‘X-Men’, a group of mutants from an alternate universe, repulses and captures the Draa’kon. The Enterprise crew and X-Men are also able to help the Xhaldians begin to repair a societal rift between the mutants and the rest of the planet’s population. [Planet X]
  • Benthan scientists test a prototype spacecraft that uses a coaxial warp drive propulsion system. [‘Vis à Vis’]
  • Voyager detects the Omega particle, and ultimately destroys its source. [‘The Omega Directive’]
  • Betazed is captured by Dominion and Cardassian invasion forces. The space station Sentok Nor is constructed in orbit around the planet. [‘In the Pale Moonlight’; The Battle of Betazed]
  • Captain Sisko attempts to draw the Romulans into the alliance using manufactured evidence of a Dominion plan to invade the Romulan Empire. Romulan Senator Vreenak determines that the evidence is false, but after his shuttle leaves Deep Space Nine, it is destroyed by a Cardassian explosive placed aboard by Garak. Accusing the Cardassians of assassinating the senator, the Romulans join the war against the Dominion. [‘In the Pale Moonlight’]
  • The long-prophesied Reckoning begins, as a pah-wraith and a Prophet begin to battle on Deep Space Nine, using the bodies of Jake Sisko and Kira. When the battle seems likely to heavily damage the station, Kai Winn sets off a radiation burst to drive the energy beings out, thus deferring the Reckoning, with unknown consequences. [‘The Reckoning’]
  • After many delays, Farpoint Station on Deneb IV is completed and activated. [Millennium, Book I: The Fall of Terok Nor]
  • The starship Valiant, manned by a crew of cadets from Red Squad, is destroyed attempting to cripple a Dominion battleship. [‘Valiant’]
  • A temporal event on Earth brings dinosaurs into London. The devastation is incredible but suddenly the event ends after the appearance of a strange blue box and a man called the Doctor. [STLN]
  • The long-fabled Red Orbs of Jalbador are discovered, but mindful of the ancient Bajoran writings, Captain Sisko and Major Kira keep them apart and ultimately place them into the hands of Prylar Obanak at the Cirran monastery on Bajor. [Millennium, Book I: The Fall of Terok Nor, and Book III: Inferno]
  • Beginning a counter-offensive against the Dominion and Cardassia, Captain Sisko leads a task force in an attack on the Chin’toka System. While the attack is successful, back on Deep Space Nine, Jadzia Dax is attacked by a pagh wraith using Gul Dukat’s body. Jadzia dies, but Bashir is able to save the Dax Symbiont, which is to be taken back to Trill. En route to Trill, an emergency arises which forces the Dax Symbiont to be joined with Ezri Tigan, the assistant counselor of the starship Destiny. Once joined, Ezri Dax seeks out Captain Sisko, and eventually transfers to Deep Space Nine as station counselor. [‘The Tears of the Prophets’; ‘Image in the Sand’; ‘Shadows and Symbols’; ‘Second Star to the Right…’ (The Lives of Dax)]
  • Alyr Torin is caught up in a scandal when he is photographed with a Federations Admiral’s wife. He announces his retirement from the porn industry and leaves Federation Space. [STLN]
2375
  • A Starfleet squadron, including the Enterprise and Saber-class vessels Tulwar, Katana, and Scimitar, accompanied by the Defiant, spearheads the move to retake Betazed. A risky telepathic attack strategy, derived from the knowledge of the Betazoid serial-killer Hent Tevren, is utilized to immobilize the Jem’Hadar troops, while a strike team destroys the Sentok Nor station, and the planet is freed, although at the cost of over a thousand Betazoid telepaths. [The Battle of Betazed]
  • The Romulans establish a military presence in the Bajoran system. [‘Image in the Sand’]
  • Voyager first encounters the Maalon. [‘Night’]
  • The Voyager crew designs and constructs the shuttlecraft Delta Flyer. [‘Extreme Risk’]
  • Assisting and coordinating the efforts of several different races, including the Qavok, Lekk, and Xorm, the Voyager is able to deflect the course of a neutron star and prevent it from destroying any inhabited star systems. [Death of a Neutron Star]
  • Voyager encounters a training facility used by Species 8472 to prepare to invade Earth. Peaceful communication is established, and the first steps in convincing the aliens that the Federation means them no harm are taken. [‘In the Flesh’]
  • Voyager passes through Devore space. [‘Counterpoint’]
  • The Founders are infected with a previously-unknown ailment, endangering their entire race. [‘Treachery, Faith, and the Great River’]
  • Selma Hayek wins the Ms Milky Way Pageant for the third time. She is the only woman in the history of the pageant to win three consecutive times. [STLN]
  • Dahar Master Kor apparently dies while commanding a Bird of Prey and holding off ten Jem’Hadar ships, thus enabling the IKS Rotarran, with Worf and Martok aboard, to escape pursuit. [‘Once More Into the Breach’]
  • An archaeological dig is begun at a Zalkatian site on Beta Lankal. [The Brave and the Bold, Book Two]
  • The Evora are invited to become a Federation protectorate. [‘Star Trek: Insurrection’]
  • The Breen enter into an alliance with the Dominion. [‘Strange Bedfellows’]
  • Another one of the hundred Changeling infants (like Odo) is found. Unlike Odo, he is not comfortable living among ‘solids’. [‘Chimera’]
  • The Federation, spurred by losses in the Dominion War, chooses to ally with the Son’a. At their request, arrangements begin to move the Ba’ku, a small population of 600 persons on a planet within the Briar Patch. The Ba’ku are not consulted, and the operation proceeds to move them against their will and without their knowledge. Captain Riker learns of the deception, and stops it. During this incident, it is learned that the Son’a are actually an offshoot of the Ba’ku. [‘Star Trek: Insurrection’]
  • A ‘think tank’ discovers a cure for the Vidiian phage. [‘Think Tank’]
  • The Breen launch a devastating attack on San Francisco, on Earth. [‘The Changing Face of Evil’]
  • Voyager engages in a cultural exchange with the Kadi race. [‘Someone to Watch Over Me’]
  • Selma Hayek joins the Himlaa, a band of freedom fighters from Betazed that take the war to the Cardassians. She is trained in the use of primitive weapons (Firearms) and explosives. [STLN]
  • Klingon Chancellor Gowron is killed by Worf in a battle for leadership of the High Council. Worf immediately relinquishes the title of Chancellor to Martok. [‘Tacking into the Wind’]
  • The USS Defiant is destroyed by Breen forces. Several weeks later, the USS Sao Paulo is reassigned to Deep Space 9, and a special dispensation is granted to allow Captain Sisko to rename the ship Defiant. [‘The Changing Face of Evil’; ‘The Dogs of War’]
  • Ferengi Grand Nagus Zek appoints Rom as his successor. [‘The Dogs of War’]
  • The Cardassians, rebelling against the brutal practices of the Dominion, attempt to sever their alliance with the Founders. By the time the alliance is broken, over 800 million Cardassians are killed by Dominion forces. [‘What You Leave Behind’]
  • The Federation, Klingons, and Romulans launch a final assault against Cardassia. The assault almost fails, but the tide shifts when the Cardassian military turns against the Founders. During the assault, Odo reaches the Founder leader, and links with her, curing her of the shapeshifter disease. This helps her understand that the Founders could in fact live in peace with the solids, and she orders all Dominion forces to surrender, thus ending the Dominion War. [‘What You Leave Behind’]
  • Odo returns to the Great Link and brings the cure to the disease. [‘What You Leave Behind’]
  • Gul Dukat and Kai Winn nearly succeed in freeing the Pah-wraiths from the fire caves on Bajor, but are stopped by Captain Sisko. Winn is killed, and Dukat is trapped with the pah-wraiths and believed destroyed. Sisko leaves the realm of linear existence and joins with the Prophets. Kira Nerys succeeds Sisko as commander of Deep Space Nine. [‘What You Leave Behind’]
  • A band of Himlaa attack a Cardassian outpost and kill 117 Cardassians. Then they broadcast video of the attack with a message of surrender to Cardassia Prime. [STLN]
  • The Voyager assists the Rhawnian vessel Traveler to survive the energy and plasma wave from the collision of their homesun with another star. The Voyager crew gives the Traveler crew the coordinates of a planet approximately a two-year journey away that could serve well as a new homeworld. [Shadow]
  • Alyr Torin is photographed by paparazzi in high stakes gambling casinos across the Alpha Quadrant. [STLN]
2375-2376
  • The Equinox is found by the USS Voyager. By this time, the Equinox crew has abandoned most Starfleet principles, and is even killing aliens to use a chemical substance in their bodies to enhance the ship’s warp drive. The ship, and subsequently Voyager, come under attack by the aliens, and eventually the Equinox is destroyed. The surviving crewmembers join the Voyager and continue homeward. [‘Equinox’]
2376
  • The Kzinti-Gorn War begins. [STLN]
  • Selma Hayek is recruited by Starfleet Intelligence. She is fast tracked through Starfleet Academy and given the rank of Lt. Commander. [STLN]
  • The Federation re-visits the al’Hmatti petition for aid, and sends Ambassador Worf aboard the IKS Gorkon to resolve the situation, if possible. Worf’s solution is to set up a Klingon as ceremonial emperor (upon the death of the al’Hmatti emperor), while giving the true control and power to the al’Hmatti. Both the Federation and Klingon governments accept this, ending the situation. [Diplomatic Implausibility]
  • In response to perceived predations by the species inhabiting Gemworld, an alien intelligence from another dimension attempts to destroy the artificial world. Actions by the crew of the USS Enterprise prevent the destruction, and the rebuilding of the damaged ecosystem begins. [Gemworld]
  • The USS Excalibur is destroyed by a computer virus created by the Thallonian Gerrid Thul. Captain Calhoun is presumed killed. [Dark Allies; Requiem; Renaissance; Restoration]
  • The Voyager encounters the last survivors of the ancient Vaadwaur civilization in stasis pods on their homeworld. They are revived, and escape into a series of subspace corridors. [‘Dragon’s Teeth’]
  • The colony of New Bajor is resettled, and the new colony is admitted to the Federation. [Star Trek: Star Charts]
  • A group of Pevvni purists sabotage the computer Ganitriul with a virus, sending the planet Eerlik into chaos until the damage is repaired by the crew of the USS Da Vinci. [Fatal Error]
  • Scouts for Section 31 discover an abandoned Jem’Hadar hatchery on the planet Sindorin. They send Dr. Ethan Locken and a team on a mission to determine if the Jem’Hadar, could be ‘adjusted’ so that, once grown, they would be loyal to the Federation. Soon after the team reaches the planet, they cease reporting back. [Abyss]
  • The USS Defiant, lost over a century earlier, reappears in Tholian space. The USS Da Vinci is sent to attempt to salvage the ship. The Da Vinci’s onboard team from the Starfleet Corps of Engineers discovers that the artifact found on Traelus II is a Tholian web generator, revealing that the Tholians had attacked the Klingon colony. Repulsing attempts to destroy the Defiant — and the evidence — by a squadron of Tholian vessels, the Da Vinci crew are able to recover the Defiant and bring the ship back to Earth. [Interphase]
  • A rogue squadron of Jem’Hadar attack ships assaults Deep Space Nine and destroys the USS Aldebaran, raising fears of a new conflict with the Dominion. The dispatch of a squadron to the Gamma Qadrant, in response to the attack, is canceled after a Jem’Hadar soldier arrives on the station after the attack, on a mission from Odo. He will serve as an observer aboard the station. [Avatar]
  • The Enterprise discovers the Cardassian freighter Kamal in the Badlands, and recovers the Orb of Memory, which it returns to Bajor. [Avatar, Book One]
  • Commander Elias Vaughn transfers to Deep Space Nine as the station’s executive officer. [Avatar, Book Two]
  • The Voyager discovers the Ares 4 command module inside a graviton ellipse, and recovers Lt. John Kelly’s last logs and data. [‘One Small Step’]
  • The Empok Nor station is moved to the Bajor system. Several of its fusion reactors are cannibalized to replace those on Deep Space 9, damaged during the Jem’Hadar attack. [Cold Fusion]
  • Dr. Locken successfully modifies the Jem’Hadar matrix on Sindorin, and creates a strain of Jem’Hadar loyal to him. He plans to use them to create a new empire of his own. Section 31 recruits Julian Bashir, Ezri Dax, Ro Laren, and Taran’atar to stop Locken. After gathering forces from among the Ingavi on Sindorin, they are able to defeat Locken. The Jem’Hadar, however, gain independence and attack their human creators. [Abyss]
  • Working on the Pathfinder Project at Starfleet Headquarters, Lieutenant Reginald Barclay develops a method which allows Starfleet to successfully make contact with the Voyager. [‘Pathfinder’]
  • Elizabeth Shelby is promoted to captain and assigned to command the USS Exeter. On one of her first missions, the Exeter prevents a biological attack by the planet Corinder on the neighboring world of Makkus, and Makkus seeks Federation membership. [Restoration]
  • Six months after the Excalibur’s destruction, a new Galaxy-class starship is commissioned and named Excalibur. Captain Calhoun is discovered to have been alive on the planet Yakaba, from where he escapes. He is given command of the new Excalibur, reuniting many of his former crew. Shelby is given command of the starship Trident, after leaving command of the Exeter. [Restoration]
  • Both Lieutenants Arex and M’Ress return to normal space, and soon rejoin Starfleet and are assigned to the USS Trident under Captain Shelby. [Cold Wars]
  • A subspace communications array is deployed on the Gamma Quadrant side of the Bajoran wormhole, replacing the array lost during the Dominion War. [Demons of Air and Darkness]
  • The Petraw discover the network of Iconian gateways, and determine how to activate them. They switch on the network and, posing as the ancient Iconians, contact the major powers in known space and offer the gateway technology to the highest bidder. [Doors into Chaos]
  • The planet Armus IX, newly consolidated into a global coalition government, is stricken by a virulent disease brought by aliens. [Doors into Chaos]
  • Uncertain relations between the Deltans and Carreons degenerate into near warfare. Each world prepares a squadron of vessels to attack the other, and Starfleet sends in a squadron of their own, led by the Enterprise, to maintain the peace. [Doors into Chaos]
  • The colony world of Europa Nova abruptly begins suffering from exposure to theta radiation emanating from some kind of antimatter waste pouring out from an unknown point of origin (later determined to be a gateway). The colony signals for help when it becomes clear that the radiation will reach lethal levels in only a few days. Personnel and vessels from Deep Space Nine respond to the distress signal. When a gateway is found allowing passage to the Jaradan homeworld, special permission is sought and received from the Jaradans to allow a certain number of Europani refugees to transfer to their world temporarily. Kira Nerys and Taran’atar travel through a gateway to the Delta Quadrant, locate the Malon export vessel dumping antimatter waste into a gateway, and stop it from doing so. Attempting to return to Deep Space Nine, Kira enters another gateway. Taran’atar, meanwhile, is able to return to the station. [Demons of Air and Darkness]
  • In the Delta Quadrant, as it approaches a particularly hazardous region of space, Voyager encounters a series of gateways, which open and transport over 60 vessels into the space immediately surrounding the ship. Voyager shepherds a number of the vessels through the hazardous region. On the far side, as gateways begin to close, Janeway goes through one to attempt to locate some answers, and discovers Q, who ultimately aids the other ships in getting back where they came from and Voyager through the hazardous area of space. [No Man’s Land]
  • The opening of two gateways on Aeron and Markania allows the Markanians to attack and assassinate all but one of the Aeron ruling family. The Excalibur and Trident are dispatched to attempt to deal with the situation before the Aerons can use the gateway technology to counterattack. After a series of tense negotiations, and the death of the Markanian warlord who had masterminded the initial attack, matters are brought to a tentative resolution. [Cold Wars]
  • Following the transfer of the colonists from the Jaradan homeworld to Torona IV and the shutdown of the Iconian Gateways, diplomatic relations break down between the Jarada and the Federation. [Twilight]
  • Ground blasting for a Dominion War memorial on the planet Narendra III unearths the final Malkus Artifact, which contains the disembodied life-force of Malkus the Mighty. Utilizing several persons who were exposed to the artifacts previously and were susceptible to his control, Malkus gathers the four artifacts in an attempt to regain power. Aided by an ancient (and long-lived) Zalkatian named Aidulac, Ambassadors Spock and Worf, Admiral Leonard McCoy, Captain Rovbert DeSoto, Kira Nerys, and several other officers — including the crews of the Enterprise and IKS Gorkon in planetary orbit — are able to thwart Malkus’ plan and render the artifacts inert, after which they are returned again to the Rector Institute…under heightened security. [The Brave and the Bold, Book Two]
  • The USS Defiant is sent on an extended reconnaissance and survey mission into the Gamma Quadrant. Multiple contacts with new civilizations include the Vahni Vahltupali; the alien Inamuri, accessed through an interspatial rift created by the Prentara; the D’Naali and Nyazen races (and the alien ‘cathedral’ artifact in a disputed area of space between them); and the warring Yrythny and Cheka species. [Mission Gamma: Twilight; This Gray Spirit; Cathedral; Lesser Evil]
  • Formal talks are reopened on the subject of Bajor’s entry into the Federation, as well as a separate series of agreements with Cardassia. The talks with Cardassia falter, at First Minister Shakaar’s direction, but the membership agreements are reached. Just before the agreement can be signed, however, Shakaar is assassinated by a member of the Trill delegation on Deep Space 9. The actual entry of Bajor into the Federation is placed on hold, and an immediate investigation is begun. It is revealed that Shakaar had been occupied by one of the parasitic aliens of the species that previously tried to infiltrate Starfleet Command, and is engaged in a conflict with the Trill symbionts. A Starfleet vessel, the Gryphon, is sent to Trill to continue the investigation, but it is determined that one of its officers is also occupied by a parasite alien, and the ship is stopped before it can do any damage. [Cathedral; Lesser Evil]
  • In the Gamma Quadrant, a team from the trading vessel Even Odds discovers the mechanism that releases the legendary, and long dormant, Eav’oq species. As a part of the release process, a region of space, including the Idran System, has rotated, moving planets, stars, and many other objects within the extent of the affected space. [Rising Son]
  • En route back to the wormhole to return to the Alpha Quadrant, the Defiant discovers that the Idran System has moved. While beginning to investigate, it encounters a Jem’Hadar vessel, piloted by another clone of the Vorta Weyoun. Among its passengers are Jake Sisko and Kai Opaka. [Lesser Evil/Rising Son]
  • Alyr Torin is discovered to be using psionic abilities to cheat. His professional gambling career is ruined and he is forced into hiding. He travels deep into the uncharted territories, changes his identity, and hustles locals out of their money. [STLN]
2377
  • Tom Paris and B’Elanna Torres wed aboard Voyager. [‘Drive’]
  • B’Elanna Torres is discovered to be pregnant. The child will be one-quarter Klingon. [‘Lineage’]
  • The remains of the Friendship One probe are discovered by the Voyager on the devastated world of Uxal VI. The Voyager crew helps the survivors of the planet’s ruined civilization begin to correct their planet’s environmental damage and make the planet more habitable once again. [‘Friendship One’]
  • Birth of Miral Paris, daughter of Tom Paris and B’Elanna Torres. [‘Endgame’]
  • After a year of the wild space life of a gambler Alyr Torin finds himself caught up conflicts with the locals and he winds up fighting many a duel. He begins to gain an unwanted popularity as a gunslinger and is soon forced to fight in duels to challenge his status.
2378
  • Alyr Torin is contacted by the Orion Syndicate and is asked to join. He does so and begins training at Yoshitoni Institute. [STLN]
2379
  • William T. Riker and Deanna Troi are married. En route to Betazed, the Enterprise crew discover another Soong android, called B-4, on Kolarus III. [‘Star Trek Nemesis’]
  • In a surprising coup, the Romulan Senate and Praetor are assassinated. The new Praetor, Shinzon of Remus, requests to meet with a Federation envoy, and the Enterprise is diverted from its trip to Betazed and dispatched to Romulus. Upon arrival, it is discovered that Shinzon is actually a Human, a clone of Captain Picard, and he intends the destruction of both the Enterprise and Earth. The Enterprise engages Shinzon’s vessel in battle, and is nearly destroyed, but is aided by a pair of Romulan vessels whose commanders oppose Shinzon. Shinzon attempts to activate a thalaron radiation weapon, but Lt. Commander Data destroys it and Shinzon’s vessel, at the cost of his own life. The Enterprise is towed back to Earth for repairs. [‘Star Trek Nemesis’]
  • Doctor Beverly Crusher is reassigned to Starfleet Medical. Enterprise’s new executive officer is Commander Martin Madden. [‘Star Trek Nemesis’]
  • Vanguard-class heavy explorers are first commissioned. [STLN]
2380
  • The Kzinti-Gorn War ends. [STLN]
  • The USS Vanguard begins its shakedown cruise. [STLN]
  • The crew of the USS Vanguard violate planetary interdiction and send an away team to the planet Corsis. They lose their Marine Commandant to an attack from the dangerous native population. During the visit to the planet they find a crashed starship, the USS Praxis. [STLN]
  • The USS Vanguard escorts a diplomatic team to the Gorn Hegemony to negotiate entrance into the Federation. [STLN]
  • The USS Vanguard encounters the Puppeteers and assist them in the exploration of a Ring World. [STLN]
2381
  • The USS Vanguard discovers the Ponthe Wormhole which leads to a galaxy far, far away. They begin first contact operations with the Galactic Empire. [STLN]
  • Lt. Commander Karr is nearly assassinated by a team of crack killers. The engineering section of the USS Vanguard is transformed into a fortress within the ship. [STLN]
  • Captain Archer is assaulted by diminutive Jedi. After an exhaustive search, the Jedi stronghold is discovered and the crew of the USS Vanguard are able to rescue over 50 slaves from the vile slavers. [STLN]
  • The USS Titan is assigned to search for the lost USS Vanguard. The Titan discovers the wormhole and further research vessels are dispatched to study the phenomenon. [STLN]
  • Lt. Commander Tu’sutok discovers that Commander Malak is a Romulan Tal Shiar agent. Malak escapes in a cloaked fighter. [STLN]
  • Lt. Commander Tu’sutok is lost in an attack by diminutive Jedi. [STLN]
  • The USS Vanguard return from Galaxy 13491 with three Star Destroyers from the Empire on their tail. The USS Vanguard escapes with heavy damage. [STLN]
  • Imperial forces from Galaxy 13491 attack and destroy the USS Titan and seven other ships studying the Valldon System. The Empire War Begins. [STLN]
  • The Imperial Battlestation, Deathstar is tested in the Sinza’kora system. The planet Sinza’kora Prime is destroyed along with 30 billion inhabitants. [STLN]
  • 17 Romulan systems fall to Imperial control. [STLN]
  • The Star Destroyer Malice discovers the Borg Graveyard at the edge of Romulan space and the Uncharted Territories. They begin a massive salvage operation. [STLN]
  • The Deathstar is used to destroy Deep Space 4 Space Station along with over 100,000 civilians. [STLN]
  • The Imperial Ambassador Darth Vader visits Earth. [STLN]
2382
  • Romulans launch a massive attack against the Empire in the Devron System. The Romulans lose over 200 ships and only destroy 3 star destroyers. [STLN]
  • The Romulan Emperor is assassinated by a Jedi assassin. Lor’n Kaitar becomes the new Emperor and immediately asks the Federation to come to Romulan aid. [STLN]
  • A fleet carrying the 501st stage a ground assault on Romulus and Remus. The system falls in 19 hours. Ambassador Spock is killed during the invasion. [STLN]
  • Captain Archer is court marshaled. Though charged with dereliction of duty, violating the prime directive, and numerous other counts, he stands proud and is found innocent of all charges. [STLN]
  • Admiral Thrawn sends his forces along a newly discover Hyperspace River and attacks Terra. Three days later when the Starfleet was finally able to send in reinforcement, Thrawn withdrew. His fleet suffered no signifigant losses and the Planet Terra (Earth) was left in ruins. Nearly the entire continent of Asia was burned to the bedrock killing over 8 billion people. [STLN]
  • Tarak becomes the one of the ship’s councilors aboard the USS Wyoming. [STLN]
  • Arax PauPaub is promoted to Captain and placed on the Captain’s list. [STLN]
2383
  • Thrawn’s forces invade the Andoria system, destroying much of the infrastructure and all space stations. [STLN]
  • The Romulan Empire Joins the UFP and Starfleet begins to mobilize its war machine. [STLN]
  • Klingon general, Toka Zong, leads a fleet of cloaked ships and begin attacking the Empire supply lines. [STLN]
  • The USS Neptune encounters a lone Star Destroyer near Iconia and captures the vessel along with over 70,000 prisoners. [STLN]
  • Captain PauPaub is given command of the USS Ragnarok. [STLN]
  • Thrawn’s forces invade the Vulcan System. The Battle of Vulcan is hailed as the bloodiest battle of the war. Starfleet is able to repulse Thrawn’s forces after nearly a month of ground combat. [STLN]
  • Commander Hayek is promoted to Captain and resigns from Starfleet. Using the vast amount of wealth she accumulated during her service, she buys a share of Citadel Station where she starts a private investigation agency. [STLN]
  • Dr Merella N’Ralmi moves to Citadel Station in order to help her friend start a private investigation agency. [STLN]
2384
  • The 17th, 19th, and 23rd fleets are destroyed completely in the battle of Ch’kota, along with two Klingon fleets and three Romulan fleets. [STLN]
  • Thrawns forces destroy Starbase 74 before moving onto Betazed. [STLN]
  • Tarak begins service aboard the USS Excelsior as the Ship’s Chief Councilor. [STLN]
  • Nearly 200 ships are lost at the Battle of Iconia. [STLN]
2385
  • The Federation appeals to the Founders, Cardassian, and Breen for help. [STLN]
  • The Federations officially recognizes the sentience of Droids and grant any who defect freedom and citizenship. [STLN]
  • Injuries Tarak suffered when the Excelsior was destroyed force him to resign his commission in Starfleet. He begins to wander from bar to bar seeking solace. [STLN]
  • A droid uprising on the Imperial Dreadnaught Zentradi leads to the ship and 40,000 droids defecting to the Federation. [STLN]
  • The Empire suffers several defeats. Grand Moff Tarkin orders a withdraw to the Valldon System. [STLN]
  • Cardassian and Klingon forces liberate Romulus and Remis [STLN]
  • Janet Thompson is promoted to full Colonel and given command of the Carrier USS Collin Powell. Her fighters are involved in over 30 sorties against Imperial forces in her first ninety day alone. [STLN]
2386
  • The Founders give the Federation a weapon capable of closing a wormhole permanently. [STLN]
  • A war fleet consisting of Cardassian, Klingon, Romulan, Federation, and Breen warships enters the Valldon System. During the battle Grand Moff Tarkin orders the withdraw of his fleet through the wormhole but the Klingon General Toka Zong delivers the WHD to the wormhole destroying it and cutting the Imperial fleet off. The Imperial forces wage a running battle that lasts for more than a week, but eventually most of the fleet escapes into the Uncharted Territories. [STLN]
  • Tarak turns to war profiteering and piracy. He purchases a commission in the Orion Syndicate. [STLN]
  • The Federation passes the Anti-Modification Law. This law outlaws all Biomodified people as well as all people with unregistered cybernetics. People convicted are sent to the Romulan Penal Colony in the Denchar System. [STLN]
2387
  • With a severely reduced fleet, the Federation experiences an upsurgence in piracy. The Orion Syndicate makes dozens of inroads into Federation systems. [STLN]
  • The USS Neptune is assigned as Warden of the Denchar Penal Colony. [STLN]
  • Tarak goes on the run and his crew turns on him. They turn him over to a Romulan warship and he is sentenced to life imprisonment on Denchar penal colony. [STLN]
2388
  • The Jedi Extermination Act is passed in the Federation. All Force Sensitives and followers of the Jedi Cult are exiled to penal colonies. [STLN]
  • Cardassia joins the Federation [STLN]
  • Imperial forces under Grand Moff Tarkin establish control of several systems inside the Uncharted Territories.
  • Stories of a droid planet begin to circulate through the Federation. Many machine intelligences begin a pilgrimage into the Uncharted Territories to find this holy place. [STLN]
  • Dr Julian Bashir is sentenced to life in a penal colony for being genetically modified. Miles O’Brien, Worf, and Ezri Dax make a valiant attempt to free him and are killed by Starfleet Intelligence agents. [STLN]
  • Commander Lyanna Sonson is sentenced to life imprisonment at a Penal Colony for being genetically engineered. Captain Archer and the crew of the Vanguard attack the Prison Convoy freeing Sonson and 60 other genetically modified people. They flee into the Uncharted Territories. Starfleet has placed Captain Archer and his entire crew on the Federation’s Most Wanted list. [STLN]
2389
  • A band of Orange Catholics assassinate the Chancellor of the Federation. [STLN]
  • A massive explosion rocks Starfleet Intelligence Headquarters in San Francisco. 4,000 people are killed and the radiation cloud sickens millions. [STLN]
  • Hanzu Khan becomes Chancellor of the United Federation of Planets. He vows to eradicate the galaxy of force users, GM people, and cyborgs. The media plays numerous stories of GM people committing crimes and force users manipulating planetary governments. Many people caught committing crimes now claim that a Jedi made them do it. [STLN]
  • The United Federation of Planets issues a bounty of 50,000 bars of gold pressed latinum for the capture of Captain Jordan Archer and his ship. Additional rewards are offered for his crew. [STLN]
2390
  • The game begins…
  • Risa secedes from the UFP. [STLN]
  • Romulus breaches the Treaty of Iconus and ejects all Federation personnel from the empire [STLN]
  • A military coup in Ferenginar results in the imprisonment of the Grand Nagus and his supporters. It is believed that Garidian Peacekeepers are behind the coup. [STLN]
  • Andoria is destroyed by a wormhole to another dimension. After exploration of the wormhole it is discovered that the wormhole goes to the mirror universe deep into the uncharted territories where an uber-empire ruled by the mysterious Necromongers resides. A peace treaty is established and war narrowly averted. [STLN]
  • The Romulan Emperor vanished under mysterious circumstances. Sela seizes power. [STLN]
  • Jacen Daasa is killed by imperial forces; after suffering intense interrogation techniques. [STLN]
2391
  • In the trial of the century, Karr is proven to be innocent of the genocide charges that have haunted him his entire life. [STLN]
  • A mysterious leader seizes control of the Orion Syndicate and orders the death of all non-Orion bosses within the organization. All non-Orions that were former syndicate members are given the choice to leave and never come back or join as subservient members. History will forever call this The Week of Blood. [STLN]
  • The Klingon Empire signs a treaty with the Orion Syndicate, granting several systems to the syndicate. Furthermore all treaties with the United Federation of Planets are cancelled. [STLN]
  • Alyr Torin leads an assault against the Imperial stronghold in an effort to free his partner from prison. News reports that follow the event blame him for war crimes making him the most wanted man in the galaxy. The aftermath of the event is an Imperial civil war that pits Grand Moff Tarkin against Admiral Thrawn. [STLN]
  • The Federation President, Hanzu Khan is discovered to be an Undine infiltrator. He is killed after an intense battle with Starfleet Marines. [STLN]
  • Tarak goes into hiding, having his name and appearance changed. [STLN]
  • Kymba Sol becomes the first Deltan President of the United Federation of Planets. [STLN]
  • Risa becomes a part of the Romulan Star Empire [STLN]
2392
  • The Lexx probes and enters a wormhole to an alternate dimension. One in which the Borg have assimilated the entire galaxy. [STLN]
  • Battle of Gren ga Tharg between Klingon and Imperial forces results the loss of hundreds of ships on both sides. [STLN]
  • The Borg invade and capture a planet in the uncharted territories. [STLN]
  • The Death Star enters Klingon space and destroys two worlds including the family seat of House Duros. [STLN]
  • Admiral Thrawn stages an attack against the Sol System, destroying Starfleet Academy on Mars and the Starfleet Shipyards. During the attack, President Hanzu Khan is killed. [STLN]
  • Aennik Okeg, the first Saurian is sworn in as President of the Federation. [Star Trek Online]
  • Karr is exonerated of all crimes and given a full pardon. [STLN]
  • Karr acquires ownership of Atlas Station [STLN]

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