Category: Star Trek Comics

Name: S.S. Tynan

Name: S.S. Tynan

Type: Diplomatic transport

Affiliation: Federation

Year: 2376

Backgroud: Federation Diplomatic Transport, carrying Trill Ambassador Odan. Came under attack in the Galvan system and managed to shoot off a distress call before they were shot down. The ship crashed on the surface of Galvan III and was a total loss. Odan had made it to the escape pod before the crash but did not launch it. She survived long enough for the Enterprise crew to find her, with no sign of the attackers around. 

Appeared in Star Trek: Divided We Fall #1, Wildstorm Comics

Deep Space Viroid

Deep Space Viroid

Profile: Final form of the Viroid discovered by Dr. Senay. It used Quark (under a humanoid shape) to take their main component to an empty sector of space in the Alpha Quadrant. There, mixed in with infected scrap metal it grew into a hellish version of Deep Space Nine and then began to break down, where it would spread into infected spores throughout the sector.

Pictured: The Deep Space Viroid greets a runabout sent from DS9 in 2376.

Appeared in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “N-Vector” issues 3-4, Wildstorm Comics

Enevian Timeship

Enevian Timeship

Profile: Massive starship of the Enevian Empire, formerly Sector 221-G circa 3874. Weapons, stardrive, starship construction, all reflect methods of that time period.

Pictured: The Enevian Timeship travels back to 2374, declaring to both the 29th Century Federation Timeship Relativity and the Redeemers that Haresh and Excalibur are under their protection. Both agressor parties withdrew.

Appeared in the Star Trek: New Frontier one-shot “Double Time”, Wildstorm Comics

Redeemer Pyramid

Redeemer Pyramid

Profile: Heavily armed warship of the Redeemers, a race of fanatics that worship the deity Xant operating in Sector 221-G. Formerly kept in the check by the Thallonian Empire, now roams around the sector in an attempt to convert or subjugate worlds.

Pictured:  A Redeemer Pyramid arrives at Haresh in 2374.

Appeared in Star Trek: New Frontier “Double Time”, Wildstorm Comics

Name: U.S.S. Excalibur

Name: U.S.S. Excalibur

Registry: NCC-26517

Type: Ambassador Class

Captain: Mackenzie Calhoun

Year: 2374-75

Affiliation: Starfleet

Background: Operating in Sector 221-G (the former Thallonian Empire). Received word that the planet Haresh requested their intervention with the Redeemers, although the planetary leadership was divided on the subject. On their way there they identified a severe magnetic storm that would hit the Alora colony world of Enev within 29 hours, leaving them just enough time to get there and rescue the colonists but delaying their arrival at Haresh. Once the storm had passed the colonists were returned to their world with everlasting gratitude and Excalibur sped to Haresh, only to find the world had been destroyed when a faction had assaulted a Redeemer High Priest. That caused a lethal virus to immediately be spread across the planet. Calhoun engineered a scheme to go back in time 4 days to prevent this from happening, without the knowledge of his first officer, Elizabeth Shelby, until it had happened. Calhoun convinced the planetary government to stand united against the Redeemers when the Federation Timeship Relativity (from the 29th Century) arrived on the scene. Captain  Braxton first tried reasoning with Commander Shelby, then Captain Calhoun, before trying force with weapons on low to hobble Excalibur. Calhoun quickly gathered Braxton didn’t want them dead and used that to his advantage, prepping suicide runs and arming the self destruct if they were disabled. Braxton backed off right as the Redeemer ship arrived but kept Relativity between Excalibur and the Redeemers. A 39th Century Enevian Timeship arrived, dwarfing everyone in size and weaponry, announced that Haresh and Excalibur were under their protection. The Redeemers and Relativity retreated. Calhoun learned that the colony they had saved earlier spawned this massive, totalitarian theocratic empire that succeeded where others failed in Sector 221-G. After the Enevians departed Excalibur slingshot forward again to avoid any more meddling in the past. After they recalibrated their sensors they realized they’d miscalculated and jumped 16 months into the future, missing most of the Dominion War, and arriving in late 2375. Starfleet had declared them dead in the interim and demanded to know where they’d been.

Appeared in the Star Trek: New Frontier “Double Time” One-shot, Wildstorm Comics. Part of the New Frontier novel series, Excalibur was introduced back in the TNG episode “Redemption Pt. 2″

Legaran Diplomatic Transport

Legaran Diplomatic Transport

Profile: Spacecraft belonging to the reclusive Legarans. Not much is known about the ship’s capabilities except that it is mostly outfitted for their aquatic nature with several areas that can be used by non-aquatic life forms. 

Pictured: A Legaran Diplomatic Transport docked at Vulcan Space Central in 2337.

Appeared in Star Trek: Enter the Wolves, Wildstorm Comics

Vulcan Space Central

Vulcan Space Central

Profile: Orbital Complex in orbit of the planet Vulcan. Serves as primary point of entry and departure for any civilian traffic, complete with diplomatic accommodations. Also one of the main points in planetary defence. Vulcan Space Central has existed in one form or another for centuries.

Pictured: Vulcan Space Central as it appeared in 2337 during the Legaran Conference.

Appeared in Star Trek: Enter the Wolves, Wildstorm Comics

Cardassian Hideki-class scout

Cardassian Hideki-class scout

Profile: Spacecraft used by the Cardassian Union from the 2330s through the 2370s. A multipurpose vessel that has been used for patrol, covert ops, and fleet action. Small and stealthy. 

Pictured: A Hideki-class scout used by the Obsidian Order to enter secretly into Vulcan space dispatches a helpless patrol in 2337.

Appeared in Star Trek: Enter the Wolves, Wildstorm Comics

Name: Delta Flyer

Name: Delta Flyer

Type: Heavy Shuttle

Year: 2375

Affiliation: Starfleet

Background: Shuttle created by the Voyager crew as a response to the increasingly hostile environment of the Delta Quadrant that standard shuttles were ill-equipped for. A Blend of Starfleet and Borg technologies primarily designed by Tom Paris, Harry Kim, Seven of Nine and Tuvok. During their encounter with the Planet Killer Paris used it to get close to the Doomsday Machine to beam the Doctor inside of it while Voyager distracted it.

Appeared in Star Trek Voyager “Planet Killer”, Wildstorm Comics

Planet Killer

Planet Killer

Profile: Automated doomsday weapon from a long dead race, running across the universe eating up planets for fuel along the way.

Pictured: The Planet Killer encountered by Voyager in the 2370s.

Appeared in Star Trek Voyager “Planet Killer,” Wildstorm Comics