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B'EtorDataBeverly CrusherGuinanJohn HarrimanGeordi La ForgeJames T. KirkLursaMarruuAlyssa OgawaJean-Luc PicardWilliam T. RikerTolian SoranMontgomery ScottDemora SuluDeanna TroiWorf
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Leonard McCoyAntonia SalvatoriSpockHikaru SuluNyota Uhura

Starships and vehicles[]

USS Enterprise-B (Excelsior-class) • USS Enterprise-D (Galaxy-class) • USS Farragut (Nebula-class) • USS Trosper (Oberth-class) • Chodak dreadnoughtD'deridex-class warbirdCha'Joh (D12-class bird-of-prey) • Romulan warbirdSS Lakul (Whorfin-class) • SS Robert Fox (Whorfin-class) • Vor'cha-class attack cruiser
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USS BozemanUSS Enterprise (Constitution-class)


AmargosaAmargosa ObservatoryAmargosa systemAntilios IArvada IIBersus VEarthEpsion IIGalorndon CoreHalee IIVeridian IIIVeridian system
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Veridian IV

Races and cultures[]

AndroidBetazoidChodak EmpireHumanEl-AurianKlingonRomulanVulcanHuman
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States and organizations[]

Chodak EmpireHouse of DurasKlingon EmpireRomulan Star EmpireStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets
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Borg CollectiveStarfleet Command

Other references[]

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  • This game greatly expands upon the 2371 events of the 1994 film Star Trek: Generations, by not only depicting the same locations glimpsed onscreen in the movie, but by offering several new planetary locations (Arvada II, Bersus, Galorndon Core, etc.) where the storyline involving Soran’s plot to destroy stars and return to the Nexus unfolds.
  • Although released in mid-1997, two-and-a-half years after the theatrical release of the motion picture itself, the production still ended up reuniting most of the main movie-cast (including actors William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, and Malcolm McDowell), who ended up recording brand-new dialogue for the PC game's new events and locations.
  • The Klingon bird-of-prey seen in both the film and the PC game is referred to by the name "Q'urash" in the game, but is designated "Cha'Joh" in the Star Trek Customizable Card Game.


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