Chekov, Pavel (FASA)

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Pavel Chekov
Pavel Chekov (ST05)

Pavel Chekov (ST05)
Species Humans
Sex Male
Born 6 Mar 2186
Birthplace Moscow, Russia, Earth
Family Andrei Mikhailovich Chekov, Father

Catherine (Rykova) Chekov, Mother

Serial Number SN2304-0121[1]
Portrayed by Walter Koenig
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Pavel Andreievich[2] Chekov[3] was born on 6 March 2186[1][4] the only child[5] of Andrei[2] and Catherine Chekov[4] of Moscow,[4] Russia, on Earth.[3]

Chekov enrolled at Star Fleet Academy in 2198. While at the Academy, he became involved with a fellow cadet, Irina Galliulin,[2] who dropped out in 2201.[4] Chekov graduated from the Academy a year later, and his first assignment was to the Monoceros class scout U.S.S. Leo Minor NCC-614, as an assistant navigator.[4]

In 2205, Chekov transferred to the Saladin class destroyer U.S.S. Shaitan NCC-519 as a navigator.[4] In 2208, Chekov transferred again, to the Constitution class cruiser U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, as navigator.[3]

After the end of the Enterprise's Five-Year Mission in 2212,[10] Chekov was assigned to the Larson class[11] U.S.S. Nelson NCC-1843 as Chief Navigator.[4] When the Enterprise completed its refit and was set to return to duty in 2217, Chekov returned to the ship, now as Chief of Security, just prior to the V'Ger incident.[12]

In 2222, Chekov received a promotion to Commander and a transfer to the Reliant class light cruiser U.S.S. Reliant NCC-1864 as First Officer under Captain Clark Terrell. The ship was tasked to support Project Genesis, and after several months, they encountered the exiled Khan Noonien Singh. Khan seized control of the Reliant and used Ceti Eels to control Terrell and Chekov. Khan was ultimately defeated by the Enterprise, and the Reliant was destroyed.[8]

Chekov returned to serve aboard the Enterprise[13] until it was destroyed at the newly-formed Genesis Planet.[14] Chekov and the rest of the Enterprise crew were reassigned to the U.S.S. Excelsior NX-2000 shortly after thwarting an attempted invasion by their counterparts from the Mirror Universe.[15] After a few short months, however, circumstances forced their return to "exile" on Vulcan,[16] which ended during the Cetacean Probe incident.[9]

Following that incident, the crew was reassigned once again to the newly-commissioned U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A in early 2224.[9]


Notes and References

  1. 1.0 1.1 McLimore, Guy W. Jr., Poehlein, Greg K., and Tepool, David F. "Basic Rulebook." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Book 2001A. Box Art and Original Artwork by Mitch O'Connell. Ship Deck Plans by Dana Andrews, Ross Babcock, Mitch O'Connell, and Jordan Weisman. FASA Corporation, 1983.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer) and Freiberger, Fred (Producer). "The Way to Eden." Star Trek, Season 3, Episode 20. Directed by David Alexander. Story by Michael Richards & Arthur Heinemann. Teleplay by Michael Richards. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 21 February 1969.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer). "Catspaw." Star Trek, Season 2, Episode 1. Directed by Joseph Pevney. Written by Robert Bloch. Desilu Productions, 27 October 1967.
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 Rotsler, William. Star Trek II Biographies. Wanderer Books, December 1982.
  5. Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer) and Freiberger, Fred (Producer). "Day of the Dove." Star Trek, Season 3, Episode 11. Directed by Marvin Chomsky. Written by Jerome Bixby. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 1 November 1968.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer). Star Trek, Season 2. Desilu Productions, 1967-1968.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Roddenberry, Gene (Executive Producer) and Freiberger, Fred (Producer). Star Trek, Season 3.Paramount Pictures Corporation, 1968-1969.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Salin, Robert (Producer). Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Directed by Nicholas Meyer. Story by Harve Bennett and Jack B. Sowards. Screenplay by Nicholas Meyer (Uncredited). Paramount Pictures Corporation, 4 June 1982.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Bennett, Harve (Producer). Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Directed by Leonard Nimoy. Story by Leonard Nimoy and Harve Bennett. Screenplay by Steve Meerson & Peter Krikes and Harve Bennett & Nicholas Meyer. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 26 November 1986.
  10. Wheeler, Wm. John with McLimore, Guy W. Jr., Poehlein, Greg K., and Tepool, David F. "Cadet's Orientation Sourcebook." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Book 2004A, Second Edition. Cover Art by Rowena. Graphics and Layout by Dana Knutson and Jordan Weisman. FASA Corporation, 1983.
  11. Hiesterman, Karl. "The White Flame." Star Trek: The Role Playing Game, Book 2225. Cover Art by Les Dorscheid. Illustrations by Doug Shuler and Jim Nelson. FASA Corporation, 1988.
  12. Roddenberry, Gene (Producer). Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Directed by Robert Wise. Story by Alan Dean Foster. Screenplay by Harold Livingston Paramount Pictures Corporation, 7 December 1979.
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  14. Bennett, Harve (Producer). Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Directed by Leonard Nimoy. Written by Harve Bennett. Paramount Pictures Corporation, 1 June 1984.
  15. Barr, Mike W. (Writer). "New Frontiers, Chapter 8: Homecoming..." Star Trek, volume 1, issue 16. Art by Tom Sutton & Ricardo Villagran. Colors by Michele Wolfman. Lettering by John Costanza. Edited by Marv Wolfman. DC Comics, July 1985.
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