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- Shannon Blakely • Samuel B. Clarkson • David Cohen • Rugast Dagran • Laurie Ann Destry • Franklin Edison Jr. • Duncan Albert Henrik IV • Tor Jacobson • Fenton Krause • D. T. Lancaster • J. Lawson • Andre LeClerc • Jason Lee • David Levin • Lisa Marchant-Smith • Frederick McLaren • Elizabeth Moonlight • Caroline Nakamura • Shakar Navanti • Wyatt Nilsson • Lorraine Parvenu • Sebastian Parvenu • Raxanna • Calvin L. Renn • Daniel B. Reuben • R'rowllar • Sanak • Salvatore N. Santini • Sovar • Denis Sun-Toucher • Len Tanaka • Drin T'tallen • Katerina Velikovsky • J.B. Whitcomb • unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) personnel • USS Potemkin (NCC-1702) personnel
Starships and vehiclesEdit
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Technology and weaponsEdit
- communicator • disruptor • phaser • phaser pistol • Sestra phaser II • space station • starship • tricorder • type-2 phaser • viewscreen
States and organizationsEdit
- Bio/Genetic Research, Inc. • Federation • Multiplanet Metals, Inc. • New Amsterdam Gravitics Company • Starfleet (command division • operations division • sciences division) • Tachyon Micromechanics, Ltd.
Ranks and titlesEdit
- captain • commander • doctor • Federation Starfleet ranks • Federation Starfleet ranks (2266-2270) • lieutenant
- assignment patch • clothing • communications • galaxy • humanoid • lifeform • matter • rank • space • star • star system • Starfleet uniform • Starfleet uniform (2260s) • technology • time • title • uniform • universe • weapon
- 2260s, reference stardate 2/1111 (2260s chronology, 2264–2270 Enterprise voyages)
- The FDRF 39 situation.
On the Mitch O'Connell painted cover, the Federation starship shown is number NCC-1702, the registry that the FASA Corporation Star Trek: The Role Playing Game assigned to the USS Potemkin in the Federation Ship Recognition Manual. The introduction of the story indicates gamemasters and players may choose to use any suitable starship, Potemkin inlcluded. For the purposes of the wiki, and based on a later annotation in Star Trek IV Sourcebook Update, the Enterprise is considered to have been the vessel to investigate the vanishing station crew. Indeed, on the David Deitrick cover, Hikaru Sulu and another Enterprise lieutenant are shown, as well as the Enterprise herself.