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{{starship
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| type = fed
class= [[Nebula class|Nebula]]|
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| name = USS ''Godel''
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| image = [[file:USS Honshu at warp.jpg|220px|The starship ''Godel''.]]
affiliation=[[Federation Starfleet]]|
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| class = {{class|Nebula}} [[science vessel]]
status=Active ([[2370s]])|
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| affiliation = [[Federation]], [[Starfleet]]
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| launched = [[24th century]]
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The '''USS Godel''' was a [[Nebula class|''Nebula''-class]] [[Federation]] [[starship]] in service during the [[24th century]].
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The '''USS ''Godel''''' was a [[Federation]] {{class|Nebula}} [[starship]] in [[Starfleet]] service in the [[24th century]]. This ship was in active service around the [[2370s]] [[decade]]. ({{g|ST|Armada|Armada II}})
   
In addition to the Nebula’s [[phaser bank]]s and [[torpedo]]s, it can be outfitted with four special weapons researched at the Federation Science Station.
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==History==
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On [[2376|Stardate 53551.3 (July 20, 2376)]], the ''Godel'' was assimilated by the [[Borg Collective]] while defending [[Starbase 612]]. When the
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{{uSS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-E|-E}} restored the base and restored the derelict defense fleet, the Borg sent the USS ''Godel'' and other assimilated Starfleet ships to attack. ''Enterprise'' and the defense fleet successfully held their ground and went on to eliminate the Borg presence in the system. ({{g|TNG|Armada}} mission: "Dark Omens")
   
*'''Shield Disruptor''': This weapon was based on technology adapted from the [[Breen]] [[Energy dampening weapon]]. It disables the shields of a group of enemy ships for a short time, allowing weapons to damage the hull and systems directly.
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USS ''Godel'' was still in active service in [[2377]]. ({{g|TNG|Armada II}})
   
*'''Gemini Effect''': The Gemini Effect was created as a result of [[Dr.]] [[Paul Manheim]]’s temporal research in [[2364]]. The effect creates a temporal disturbance in the space-time continuum, allowing two of the same ship to exist simultaneously in different locations.
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:''No specific [[history]] or definitive final fate was established for this vessel in the ''Armada'' series as its name was selected for a scout by the game developers, and is placed randomly each time the ship appears. This ship may be named for the 20th century mathematician {{w|Kurt Gödel}}.''
   
*'''Point Defense Phaser''': The initial concept for this weapon goes back as far as the [[20th century]], with the Strategic Defense Initiative. Perfected in [[2374]], the PDP destroys incoming torpedoes before they can do any damage.
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==Connections==
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*'''Engineering Team''': Each Nebula-class can be assigned teams of [[Starfleet]] engineers. These miracle workers can be transported onto other allied ships, temporarily increasing their repair rate and shield recharge rate.
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(''[[TNG]]'' [[game]]: ''[[Star Trek: Armada II]]'').
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Latest revision as of 13:06, April 8, 2018

For other uses, see USS Godel.

The USS Godel was a Federation Nebula-class starship in Starfleet service in the 24th century. This ship was in active service around the 2370s decade. (ST video games: Armada, Armada II)

HistoryEdit

On Stardate 53551.3 (July 20, 2376), the Godel was assimilated by the Borg Collective while defending Starbase 612. When the USS Enterprise-E restored the base and restored the derelict defense fleet, the Borg sent the USS Godel and other assimilated Starfleet ships to attack. Enterprise and the defense fleet successfully held their ground and went on to eliminate the Borg presence in the system. (TNG video game: Armada mission: "Dark Omens")

USS Godel was still in active service in 2377. (TNG video game: Armada II)

No specific history or definitive final fate was established for this vessel in the Armada series as its name was selected for a scout by the game developers, and is placed randomly each time the ship appears. This ship may be named for the 20th century mathematician Kurt Gödel.

ConnectionsEdit

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