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Star Trek: New Order is the title of a series of short stories following Captain Jonathan Hunt and his crew on board the Thresher-class USS Lapon, and later the refited Galaxy-class Space Control Ship USS Beliskner, while they battle the scheming forces of Section 31 and other foes.

Background informationEdit

The stories are written in episodic season format, much like a television show, with roughly 6 to 10 episodes per year, starting in the summer of 2005. The series begins a few months after the events of Star Trek Nemesis. Early episodes were written under the title of Star Trek: Lapon but it has since been relaunched as Star Trek: New Order. Two of the original first season episodes were not published at the date of this writing, it remains to be seen whether or not they will be published.


Main charactersEdit

  • Captain Tertian Versos
    • Former XO USS Beliskner, CO USS Kitty Hawk
      • Tertian was born on Bajor in the middle of the Cardassian occupation. He was literally born into a resistance cell. Tertian could handle a Phaser rifle by the time he was seven. He tends to be rather impatient as during the occupation, he spent many hours alone waiting for Cardassians to spring his traps. During the opening battles of the Romulan conflict, he demonstrated an innate ingenuity, and skill for command, for which he was awarded the command of the Akira-class escort carrier USS Kitty Hawk.

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Recurring villainsEdit

Other fanficsEdit

New Order makes references to and crosses over with several other popular fan fiction series, including Star Trek: Guardians of the Federation and Special Investigations Division.


Season OneEdit

Season TwoEdit

Season ThreeEdit

Season FourEdit


The author has expressed a desire to rewrite several of the first season episodes, which are not up to his current writing standards. The first episode to be rewritten will be the pilot episode, which will be significantly expanded to reincorporate elements dropped from the episode do to pacing, and to generally lengthen the narrative, which is only half the length of newer episodes.

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