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Ten ForwardStar Trek Fleet Command lore? (Reply | Watch)

Hello everyone. I aint sure if this is the right place for this. But I felt it was notable enough seeming as officially its getting called a "Trailer Series". But it seems Star Trek Fleet Command has a lil trailer narrative going on. With a "Captain Li" and her (I assume but correct me if I am wrong) Hermes-class ship the "Phaeton".

The first trailer (Link here) is set in 2262.161 in the Morska system. With the crew hunting a rogue andorian agent under orders from the federation.

The second traiker (Link here) is set after the first in 2262.163 in the Urthak system. It has the crew fleeing from a Captain Werty (not sure on the spelling) who is part of a "Clan Annihilation".

Now sure this stuff is a lil odd (some may even say a lil cringy and out of place). But isnt this the sorta stuff that needs to be recorded here? Anyway thanks for reading and hope I helped.-CIA391 (talk) 14:50, March 1, 2020 (UTC)

Yes, as long as the game is an officially sold Star Trek game, which i believe it is, all of the story info they do for it is 'in-continuity' according to our inclusion policy. Good catch. -- captainmike Site-logo.png 15:54, March 1, 2020 (UTC)
Minor update to this old post of mine from here. Turns out there was yet even more lore in the trailers and so on. Nothing groundbreaking. But hey I'm guessing its part of some narrative from the game.
So wish I had time to do actual edits here. But hey you lot have a bit to work with this I hope.CIA391 (talk) 22:31, 6 December 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for catching those. I haven't focused on Kelvin timeline content in a while, but the Phaeton is a cool story. Kind regards, -- Markonian 22:41, 6 December 2020 (UTC)
The citation template {{fltCmd}} now exists for content directly sourced. The naming of their planets and systems is pretty weird (in a way that i like) and prolific, so we can greatly expand linkability by having these fall under an umbrella and possibly comprise a new portal.
As an aside, some of the system and planet names seem to be in-references, such as Kepler-018 which is a real star, and Alastor which shares a name with a sci-fi cycle of literature by Jack Vance.
The wide range of names this adds to the wiki should pop us into a lot of google search results -- captainmike Site-logo.png 01:29, 21 February 2021 (UTC)
Associated topic - i opened the can of worms in the Fleet Command background section - is Fleet Command still a Kelvin timeline game? interesting to see the Kelvin Discovery setting -- captainmike Site-logo.png 23:39, 10 March 2021 (UTC)
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