U.S.S. Endeavour NCC-71805 (LUG)

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Myriad Universes: U.S.S. Endeavour
U.S.S. Endeavour
Registry NCC-71805
Class Nebula
First Appearance TNG201 (23 Sep 1991)
LUG Timeline
(Last Unicorn and Decipher Roleplaying Games)

The Federation Starship Endeavour,[1] a Nebula class cruiser[2] commanded by Captain Joseph Amasov,[3] was the sole survivor of the Battle of Wolf 359, emerging from the carnage with heavy damage.[4] A year later, the Endeavour took part in a blockade to prevent Romulan forces from aiding the House of Duras during the Klingon Civil War in 2367.[2] The Endeavour was stationed in the Cleon sector in 2368, when crew members from the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D were controlled by Ktarian operatives seeking to gain control of Starfleet. Commander William Riker was ordered to pilot a shuttle to the Endeavour to spread the takeover.[5] In 2373, the Endeavour was part of a Starfleet armada[6] that intercepted a Borg cube near Earth.[7]

Notes and References

  1. The vessel's name has been spelled, alternately, as both Endeavor and Endeavour. Given the history of Starfleet vessels named Endeavour, in honor of both the original British vessel and the American Space Shuttle Endeavour OV-106, that spelling has been retained for this entry.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Roddenberry, Gene et al (Executive Producers). "Redemption II". Star Trek: The Next Generation, season 5, episode 1 (Production number 201). Directed by David Carson. Written by Ronald D. Moore. Paramount Pictures. 23 September 1991.
  3. "Scorpion." Star Trek: Voyager, Episode 168. Television. Paramount Pictures. 21 May 1997.
  4. Isaacs, Ross (Line Developer). Core Rule Book. Star Trek: The Next Generation Roleplaying Game. LUG25000 Book 25000. Designed by Christian Moore, Ross Isaacs, Kenneth Hite, and Steve Long. Written by Edward Bolme, James Cambias, Andrew Greenberg, Harry Heckel, Kenneth Hite, Ross A. Isaacs, Robin D. Laws, Steve Long, Christian Moore, Tim O'Brien, Chris Pramas, John Snead, and Greg Stolze. Original art by John Bridges, Carol Heyer, and Mark Maxwell. Last Unicorn Games, Inc.. August 1998.
  5. "The Game." Star Trek: The Next Generation, Episode 206. Television. Paramount Pictures. 28 October 1991.
  6. Heinig, Jess (Line Developer). Starfleet Operations Manual. Star Trek Roleplaying Game. Book 3 . Written by Kenneth Hite. Original Art by C. Brent Ferguson and David Pipgras. Decipher, Inc.. 2003.
  7. Berman, Rick (Producer). Star Trek: First Contact. Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Story by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Screenplay by Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Paramount Pictures. 22 November 1996.