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Miracle worker ships

Miracle worker ships.

In starship classification, the miracle worker ship was an engineering division-oriented cruiser introduced in the early 25th century. (STO website: Star Trek Online: T6 Flagships Announcement)

The type was added to the fleets of the Alpha Quadrant Alliance by the leading fleet yards of the United Federation of Planets, Klingon Empire and Romulan Republic.[1] (STO website: The Miracle Worker Mega Bundle Stats!)

The original eight miracle-worker cruiser classes were named for notable engineers, officers, with the ninth class named for the IKS Klothos. The term "miracle worker" referred to legendary Montgomery Scott, a Starfleet engineer known to provide technical "miracles" in dire circumstances. (STO website: Star Trek Online: T6 Flagships Announcement, STO - Emergence missions: "Welcome to Earth Spacedock", "Explore the Flotilla", "First City")

History and specificationsEdit

Following the end of the Federation-Klingon War of 2405-2410 and the advent of the Alpha Quadrant Alliance formed between the United Federation of Planets, the Klingon Empire and the Romulan Republic, joint operations were prioritized by Starfleet. Each new ship was rated tier 6. (STO video game: Delta Rising)

The Allied militaries Starfleet, the Klingon Defense Force and the Romulan Republican Force developed three modular miracle worker starship classes each. The miracle worker cruiser was equipped with a technology, the cruiser commands, allowing them to inspire Allied crews to improve combat performance.

All original nine command miracle worker starship classes were tier 6 vessels. Commanding officers required a minimum rank of vice admiral or its KDF/RRF equivalents, respectively, to attain command of such a ship.[2] (STO website: Star Trek Online: T6 Flagships Announcement)

Federation, Klingon Empire, and Romulan Republic shipyards would each be producing their own variants of these formidable new ships, each combining the strengths of existing cruisers and warbirds with new and improved functionality that would set the standard for any future miracle worker starships. These included greater subsystem power, improved travel in sector space, faster and longer traveling with their quantum slipstream drive, a universal console capacity, and an innate "Innovation" ship mechanic.[3] (STO website: The Miracle Worker Mega Bundle Stats!)

This marked the first time in 25th-century classification that a Klingon-designed vessel would be a pure cruiser, rather than a battlecruiser. This provided access to all four cruiser commands. The Romulan Republic had chosen to stick with singularity warp cores and singularity functionality, thus rendering the RFF ships warbirds.[4] (STO website: The Miracle Worker Mega Bundle Stats!)

Following the recovery of Yard 39, and the return of J'Ula and House Mo'Kai, all dating back to the Age of Discovery and the Federation-Klingon War of 2256-2257, Starfleet and the KDF retrofitted two of their 2250s-era ship classes as state-of-the-art miracle worker flight-deck cruisers. (STO website: Command the Discovery Era Enterprise and D7!)










Starship classification
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External linksEdit


  1. Miracle Worker Mega Bundle Stats!
  2. The Miracle Worker Mega Bundle Stats!
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