Welcome to the Captain's Chair and find out what's new on the Star Trek: The Interim Years website - www.uss-sheffield.co.uk.
Canon: I'm mid-way through amendments, removing the use of Starfleet Battles races and chronological events. I'll keep amendments updated on here.
Gene Roddenberry wanted Star Trek to be a series based on hope. Having been in World War II, he didn't want to have wars in Star Trek. I believe that sometimes wars are unavoidable, but the Federation has got a hell of a lot better at resolving them with diplomacy and not conflict. That's what planets like Nimbus III, Pacifica and Parliament are for. I cannot have a Starfleet Battles history that is at odds with Gene Roddenberry's philosophy for Star Trek.
I'm working on a canonised version of Star Trek events in keeping with Gene's philosophy for the tv series and movies.
The Klingon Culture page has a list of the Great Houses in the High Council in 2293. Question: What happens with the average Klingon, of a minor House no one has heard of, with no lands, no combat who works say in a foundry? Or a shop? Maybe makes the B'rel door mechanism?
I'm continuing to add to the Klingon page and Klingon History page with General Choroth and the Vengeance Incident of 2294, the foundry world of KorbeQ, the food and blood wine mass-factories of Glomm, Klingon working class and Klingon subject races.
Building on the Argus, the Endurance, the Montrose - all early missions for Ensign Nathaniel Hawkins and addressing the effects of the Khitomer Accords. The Neutral Zone may have been abolished in 2293 after the Accords were ratified, but removing the legacy of the Cold War will take around 5 years. With the Terajuni Incident ending the honeymon period with the Klingons, the timescale may be in flux.
Star Trek: The Interim Years moves ever closer to reflecting today's world and being relevant.
Watch out for new story material and character development.
U.S.S. Roebuck, Okinawa class NCC-9130 due to join the fleet.
New things on the website:-
Click here for the Severn Valley Railway Diesel Gala. Friday May 19th 2017.
Bulleid page is updated with images of Sidmouth, Taw Valley and Sir Keith Park from the Severn Valley Railway.