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|STAR TREK FAN FICTION|
|Star Trek: Shepard|
Star Trek: Shepard is a Star Trek-based fan fiction series that takes place in the late 24th century, created by Patrick Dorris. Star Trek: Shepard involves the adventures of the captain and crew of the Oberth-class starship USS Shepard.
The series begins almost a year after the end of the Dominion War. Although most of the crew are green and never saw action in the war, several of the senior officers did see action. Due to heavy losses during the war, the Shepard's crew is both more junior and more diverse than a typical Starfleet crew. The "captain" is only a lieutenant commander, and the chief engineer is a retired master chief recalled to duty specifically for this assignment. Humans make up only half of the crew and command staff, with other species making up the other.
Officers and crewEdit
- Lieutenant Commander Ryan Ridgeway: Commanding officer; human male (US, Earth)
- Lieutenant Beverly Townsend: First officer; human female (Australia, Earth)
- Lieutenant Junior Grade T'Noor: Science officer; Vulcan female (Vulcan)
- Master Chief Rexar Arthrun: Chief engineer; Andorian male (Andoria)
- Ensign Dulak: Engineer, Technical Division; Cardassian male (Bajor)
- Chief Anthony Marconi, Engineer, Engines Division; human male (Rigel)
- Marine Captain Shelly O'Connell: Chief medical officer; human female (Ireland, Earth)
- Lieutenant Junior Grade Arjal Brak: Operations officer; Trill (un-joined) male (Trill)
- Lieutenant Junior Grade Tara: Chief tactical/weaps/security officer; Orion female (Orion, Orion Underground)
- Following his wife's death, retired Master Chief Rexar Arthrun is recalled to active duty to assist in the recovery and recrewing of the Shepard. As the sole survivor of a ship lost for 75 years, many questions arise on the journey, many more when the location of the Shepard is reached. (in progress)
- Brief introduction to the non-joined Trill Ops officer and explanation of why he is not joined with a symbiont.
Canon and continuityEdit
The continuity of Star Trek: Shepard includes all canon works:
- Star Trek: Enterprise
- Star Trek: The Original Series
- Star Trek: The Next Generation
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- Star Trek: Voyager
- Star Trek films
Non-canon continuity includes the events in the following fan fiction series: