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ISS Voyager and crew.

In different permutations of the mirror universe, the regular universe's USS Voyager is one of many starships to have an alternate reality counterpart.

Dark Passions[]

After Annika Hansen successfully forced Kira Nerys to resign and abdicate her role as Overseer in 2369, Seven was given a ship by Intendant of Sol B'Elanna Torres, to which Terran slave leader Kathryn Janeway was released.

Seven further placed Janeway's loyal followers - Chakotay, Beverly Crusher, Tom Paris, Robin Lefler, Selar, Harry Kim and Jarem - aboard the ship.

Seven made Janeway the ship's captain and the ship headed off to "right the Universe." (ST novel: Dark Passions, Book Two)

Mirror trilogy[]

The duplicate Voyager.

In 2370, mirror universe agents employed by Cardassian Gul Rutal crossed into the counterpart universe at Earth Station McKinley, where they downloaded Starfleet's entire blueprints for USS Voyager, and the EMH program. (TOS novel: Spectre)

Late 2374 saw the mirror Jean-Luc Picard oversee construction of the ship at the Goldin Discontinuity. The ship was then launched in 2374 under the command of Rutal. Shortly after, the ship was hurled into the Delta Quadrant by The Caretaker to assist the race called Ocampa. In 2375 whilst still in the vicinity of the Caretaker's Array, the ship met the Talaxian Neelix, who was persuaded to come onboard as a guide, only to realize he'd become a prisoner. Rutal then let the Kazon-Ogla destroy the Array. When the counterpart universe's USS Enterprise-E was located, Rutal sent Ensign Margaret Clark to spy on them, which resulted in Rutal and her minions crossing over universes to trap the Enterprise crew and steal the design of their vessel. (TOS novel: Dark Victory)

Jean-Luc Picard and his crew freed themselves from Cardassian captivity with the help of Neelix. They assumed control and brought Kathryn Janeway from the Terran Rebellion aboard, who was able to expel KCA influence from the duplicate ship by using Prime-Kathryn Janeway's command codes. Following a battle at the Goldin Discontinuity, Janeway retained Voyager, and together with the duplicate ISS Enterprise-E under James T. Kirk and Spock, joined the Vulcan Rebellion with the Terran Rebellion against the KCA. (TOS novel: Preserver)

Pirate Queen of the Delta Quadrant[]

ISS Voyager in 2371.

In one permutation of the mirror universe, where the Terran Empire survived into the 24th century but only held the Sol system, the ISS Voyager (NCC-74656) was a Terran Intrepid-class starship in Imperial Starfleet service in the 2370s decade. In 2372, Voyager had arrived in the Delta Quadrant and was being followed by Neelix and Kes of the Talaxian starship Baxial, who attempted to ally with the self-declared Pirate Queen of the Delta Quadrant, Captain Kathryn Janeway. Security chief Tuvok urged Janeway to return to the Alpha Quadrant and join the Terran Rebellion against the KCA. (VOY comic: "Mirrors and Smoke")

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Connections[]

Ships named Voyager
Federation, Starfleet
(primary universe)
USS Voyager (NCC-73602, Intrepid-class proposal)USS Voyager (NCC-74656, Intrepid-class)USS Voyager (NCC-74656-J, Intrepid-class)see also: Voyager-class Federation icon image. Starfleet icon image.
Federation, Starfleet
(alternate and fictional)
USS Voyager (NCC-74656, alternate Intrepid-class)USS Voyager (NCC-74656-D)USS Voyager (TRX-1701-V, Intrepid-class)
Terran Empire, Starfleet
(mirror universe)
ISS Voyager (NCC-74656, Intrepid-class) Terran Empire icon image. Imperial Starfleet icon image.
Terran Rebellion
(mirror universe)
Voyager (NCC-74656, Intrepid-class duplicate) Terran icon image.
Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
(mirror universe)
Voyager (NCC-74656, Intrepid-class duplicate)Voyager (Klingon 15-deck starship) Klingon-Cardassian Alliance icon image.
Intrepid-class cruiser starships
Federation, Starfleet standard configuration ArmstrongBacchusBarbBasieBellerophonBlackthorneBlakeyChristopheDervishDessalinesDolphinEvansGallantGarrisonHaddockHalibutHawkinsHendersonIntrepidJeffersonJohnsonJonesKarrLincolnMakoMercutioMingusMonkNelsonOdysseyOliverParkerPathfinder (I)Pathfinder (II)PermitPlungerPollackPufferRenownRochambeauRollinsRosenbergSaganSally RideScorpionShorterStargazerTeagardenThresherToussaintTynerVoyagerWillardZealous UFP emblem image. Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
variant configurations Bellerophon-subclass: Bellerophon-APathfinder-BCochrane-subclass: CochraneDiscovery-subclass: DiscoveryOpakaFederation medium cruiser:ElkinsJaneway-subclass: Voyager-JPathfinder-subclass: PathfinderTrailblazer-subclass: TrailblazerWarship: VoyagerYeager-subclass: Yeager
Terran Empire, Starfleet
(mirror universe)
Intrepid-AIntrepid-BPathfinderStar TreaderTrailblazerVoyager Seal of the Terran Empire. Klingon-Cardassian Alliance
(mirror universe)
Voyager Emblem of the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance.
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