La Forge, Geordi (Myriad)

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V201 Timeline

Captain Geordi La Forge (2390) (VOY 201)
Geordi La Forge
Species Human
Sex Male
Portrayed by Burton, LeVar

Captain Geordi La Forge commanded the Galaxy class Starship Challenger in 2390, when the ship tried unsuccessfully to prevent Chakotay and Harry Kim from changing history.[1]

STO Timeline

Geordi La Forge
Species Human
Sex Male

Captain Geordi La Forge, who had previously served as first officer and chief engineer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-E under Captain Data, was named commanding officer of the Starship Challenger in 2397; he was succeeded as chief engineer on the Enterprise by Lieutenant Commander Nog.[2]

NG163 Timeline

Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge (2366) (TNG 163)
Geordi La Forge
Species Human
Sex Male
Portrayed by Burton, LeVar

After the United Federation of Planets had been at war with the Klingon Empire for more than two decades, Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge served as chief engineer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D. La Forge was killed in 2366, when the Enterprise was destroyed while assisting the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-C in returning to its own time of 2344, a move that would prevent the war and alter the timeline.[3]

NGDC47 Timeline

Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge (2366) (TNG DC v2 49)
Geordi La Forge
Species Human
Sex Male

After the Borg successfully assimilated Earth in 2366, Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge was one of the few surviving members of Starfleet, and served as chief engineer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D. In 2368, he met his counterpart from another universe,[4] and helped, at long last, to rescue Captain Jean-Luc Picard,[5][6] who had spent the past two years as Locutus,[7] and overthrow the Borg foothold on Earth.[6]

NGDC65 Timeline

Commander Geordi La Forge (2370) (TNG DC v2 65)
Geordi La Forge
Species Human
Sex Male
Portrayed by Burton, LeVar

Commander Geordi La Forge served as first officer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D. In 2370, he encountered his counterpart from another universe, when their shuttlecraft crashed on the same planet; it was unclear which reality they were all in at the time, and both La Forges had to determine which universe it was before anyone could leave the planet.[8]


Notes and References

  1. "Timeless." Star Trek: Voyager, Episode 201. Television. 18 November 1998.
  2. "The Needs of the Many." Star Trek Online. Novel. April 2010. Pocket Books.
  3. "Yesterday's Enterprise." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 163. Television. 19 February 1990.
  4. "The Worst of Both Worlds, Part One: The Bludgeonings of Chance." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Volume 2, Issue 47. Comic Book. June 1993. DC Comics.
  5. "The Worst of Both Worlds, Part Three: The Armies of the Night." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Volume 2, Issue 49. Comic Book. August 1993. DC Comics.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "The Worst of Both Worlds, Part Four: And Death Shall Have No Dominion." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Volume 2, Issue 50. Comic Book. September 1993. DC Comics.
  7. "The Worst of Both Worlds, Part Two: The Belly of the Beast." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Volume 2, Issue 48. Comic Book. July 1993. DC Comics.
  8. "The Truth Elusive." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Volume 2, Issue 65. Comic Book. November 1994. DC Comics.