Events[edit | edit source]
- Starfleet Captain Mak Dav Al finds his way to the skreee of Mak Dav Al, and thus terwelled him. This was considered a vile crime in this time period. During pursuit of the criminal, Al encounters 24th century Starfleet Captain David Gold, whom he recognizes instantly. 
- 2525: Zak Kebron had retired to Brikar. His son Cal Kebron attended school. The three discussed a lesson about the glory, lies and truths of war by referencing Kebron's service during the Dominion War.
- c. 2554: Part of the Temporal Cold War, the Battle of Procyon V between the Federation took place at Procyon V. With the 27th century Tox Uthat device, the USS Enterprise defeated the Sphere Builders and their Temporal Liberation Front allies. 
- 2564: The faint, sub-space message sent by USS Enterprise-D from beyond the M-31 galaxy, 200 years prior, is relayed by signal boosters throughout the Alpha Quadrant to Starfleet Command.
- 2567: A "Galaxy bomb" theoretically launched by Drea in 2267 under orders of Commander Rojan - after having being declared a traitor by Prefect Tamar - reaches the Kelvan Empire's homeworld of Kelva where it is discovered to be a declaration of a peace treaty between the United Federation of Planets and the Kelvans.
Mirror universe[edit | edit source]
- 2510: According to the mirror universe Spock's estimates, the supposed uprising and Halkan revolt would compromise the security of the Terran Empire from within, even as it wages a war against multiple external threats. The ensuing collapse would most probably destroy millennia of accumulated knowledge, triggering an interstellar dark age without precedent in the history of local space.
Alternate timelines[edit | edit source]
- In a timeline, aborted by Jonathan Archer, where the Delphic Expanse kept expanding, a version of the Enterprise-J defeated the Sphere Builders at the Battle of Procyon V.
- Due to time travel, the Battle of Procyon V was a recurring event, with different factions combating the Federation. In each iteration, the battle ended with the Tox Uthat destroying the Command Sphere of the expanse.
- In an alternate timeline corrected by the Temporal Integrity Commission, the detonation of Omega molecules across local space led to a disruption of the Federation.
Appendices[edit | edit source]
Background[edit | edit source]
The unproduced animated series entitled Star Trek: Final Frontier was to take place in the early 26th century. The show's backstory has Starfleet losing its way and becoming a xenophobic organization which focuses on protecting its borders rather than exploring the unknown and helping those in need. This is due to a horrific attack which devastated subspace, leaving huge regions in which Warp drive doesn't function. For more info on the series, see its website.
Notable people[edit | edit source]
Births and deaths[edit | edit source]
- K'grel, daughter of Korol: commanding officer, USS Defiant-C, c. 2554 at the Battle of Procyon V
Images from the 26th century[edit | edit source]
References and notes[edit | edit source]
- SCE short story: "An Easy Fast"
- NF - Tales of the Dominion War short story: "Stone Cold Truths"
- Last Unicorn RPG module: All Our Yesterdays: The Time Travel Sourcebook
- STO - Future Proof mission: "Ragnarok"
- TNG episode: "Where No One Has Gone Before"
- TOS - Strange New Worlds 9 short story: "Gone Native"
- TOS episode: "By Any Other Name"
- TOS episode: "Mirror Mirror"
- ENT episode: "Azati Prime"
- DTI novel: Watching the Clock
- STO short story: "No Profit But The Name"
Stories[edit | edit source]
|Strange New Worlds VI
One Last Adventure
|The Original Series||c.2500||short story|
|Enterprise||unspecified||episode||Daniels brings Jonathan Archer to the future to witness the Battle of Procyon V.|
|Tales of the Dominion War
Stone Cold Truths
Sections 1 & 3
|New Frontier||2525||short story||150 Years after the Dominion War.|
|Strange New Worlds 9
|The Original Series||c.2569||short story|