|"The Distant Fire"|
|Prod. code:||PDN 104|
- Courage shall light the distant ages with her fire
- That purified our souls of fear's desire;
- She doth calm our sorrow, soothe our pain,
- And she shall lead us back to peace again.
"The Distant Fire" is the fourth episode of the Star Trek: Pendragon series. After departing Cardassia, the crew of the USS Pendragon pays a visit to the refugee camps in the Volan system, and meets some familiar faces.
- Coming soon.
Andersen, Davin | Antares-class | Asarem Wadeen | Badlands | Bajor | Bajoran wormhole | bilitrium | Cardassian Holocaust | Cervalis V | Chakotay | USS Consolation | Deep Space 9 | USS Defiant | Demilitarized Zone | Dennis, Jordan | The Dennis Report | Dorvan sector | Eddington, Michael | Europa Nova | Farius Prime | Federation-Cardassian border | Federation-Cardassian Treaty | Federation-Cardassian War | Federation Civil War | Federation Council | Ghemor, Alon | Hoban-class | Hudson, Calvin | Hugo, Victor | Illuminating the City of Light | Ju'day-class | Kai | Keldon-class | Kressari | Leyton, James | Macet, Akellen | Madred | Maquis | The Maquis Volunteer | The Minstrel Boy | Mortonn | Nechayev, Alynna | Orion Syndicate | Peregrine-class | plasma storm | Ro Laren | Sullivan, Rebecca | Sector 22402 | Sisko, Benjamin | soil reclamator | Talarian Republic | Ilani Tarn | Tevlik's moon | USS Tranquility | trilithium | Vedek Assembly | Volan II | Volan III | Volan system | Valjean | USS Voyager | Xhosa | Yates, Kassidy
- Expected publication date is March 2013.
- This episode's title and theme are inspired by "Courage," a World War I era poem by Dyneley Hussey.
- This episode lays the groundwork for several major story arcs that will come into play over the course of Star Trek: Pendragon, and lead into the eventual spin-off, Star Trek: Sons of Liberty.