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|Star Trek: Conflict|
|Number of Episodes|| 13/season|
Star Trek: Conflict is a revisionist view on the Star Trek interim history. The USS Enterprise-C survives the blood-bath at Narendra III (see "Yesterday's Enterprise" for full details of the event), but comes out badly damaged and with most of its crew missing. With a new captain, a new crew and a sister-ship, the USS Admonitor, the Enterprise-C returns for Earth to be repaired before the crew is debriefed. However, the crew soon realizes that something is wrong...
With the Federation...
Instead of a peaceful, utopian society, a corrupt, bureaucratic, xenophobic group rules with deception, lies and power. How can this be? Did the survival of the Enterprise-C create a third, unlooked-for time-line, or has the unexpected finally come to pass?
When the captains of the Enterprise-C and the Admonitor protest the actions of the Federation, they are exiled and made public enemies. Uniting, these renegades decide that they must save the Federation from itself.
All the rules have changed. Old enemies become new allies. New threats loom on the horizon, new opportunities await and two Starfleet crews find themselves in a situation they were not trained for: a situation of Conflict
But "those that live by the sword die by the sword" means that, even in victory, Conflict will not end well. A price has to be paid. For every revolution or reformation to occur, someone has to be the martyr. One must pay the price so that others may reap the benefits. As Spock was so fond of quoting, "the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one."
(Note: I have already come up with many ideas for characters and events, but I will need some advice on how to make this better) (These are just the main ideas of certain episodes that I've came up with, but I still need a crew. The Author 22:39, 5 May 2009 (UTC))
Furthermore, though I do welcome peoples' input, being the author, I do have final say on what gets put in my story. Therefore, it is advised that, if you have any ideas, contact me first. The Author 16:23, 10 October 2009 (EST)
In addition, I ask those who view this page not to delete any page related to Conflict. I'm still developing the story and it is quite a hassle to recreate an entire character, story or plot-line from scratch.
Events considered non-canonical or original ideas which I've decided to reinvent and republish are found in my first spin-off fanon Conflict Legends.
Star Trek: Conflict is now on FanFiction.net. Go there to view the full synopses of the episodes, as well as a never-before seen prologue. Click this link, which is genuine, to begin. 
The Author 07:14, January 1, 2010 (UTC)
- Captain Edward J. Shield, a junior officer who saved the Enterprise-C from destruction after most of its crew was either captured or killed by Romulans at Narendra III.
- Captain Lianna Illch Young, Captain of the USS Admonitor, promotes Shield to captain in the absence of all other senior officers of the Enterprise-C.
- Nox, a Romulan warrior with a history with the Klingon Empire, the Federation and Edward Shield. Rescued by Shield from a Federation concentration camp, serves onboard the USS Admonitor.
(main characters needed)
- I wanted to keep Andrew Wellington and Lee Roy Jenkins alive till the end, but someone on this site thought differently and deleted their pages without my permission...you killed them - YOU ******* KILLED THEM!!! The Author 02:30, May 13, 2010 (UTC)
USS Enterprise-C PersonnelEdit
- Willhelm S. Werner, a Human, Helms-man of the Enterprise-C.
- Dr. Alaxim Boreas, a Human, replacement of Dr. Aristide as Chief Medical Officer on the Enterprise-C.
- T'Mar, a Vulcan with a past with K'hallA, Nox and Spock. Currently dead, her katra resides in Nox.
- Kathryn Lewis, "Katie", currently Tholav's replacement as Chief Engineer on the Enterprise-C.
- Darya Bat-Levi, a Human, original second officer of the first crew of the Enterprise-C. Currently in cryo-sleep.
USS Admonitor PersonnelEdit
- Andrew Wellington, a Human, Chief Engineer of the Admonitor.
- Lee Roy Jenkins, a Human, Helms-man of the Admonitor.
- Manfred O. Wess, a Human, spy for the Federation, Helms-man of the Admonitor.
- Rachel Clarke, 25th century Human, becomes Chief Medical Officer of the Admonitor.
- Jek'Kralija, first Jem'Hadar female, serves as helms-"man" aboard the Admonitor after Wess' death.
- Zhangli Tai, Human female from the 24th century who grew up on an alien planet in the 6th century.
- Leopold Pedrag Shield, the Traitor, Edward Shield's father and nemesis.
- Yakob Sanders, Admiral and commander-in-chief of the Order of the Master Race during 2344 - 2346.
- Yare'ma Liin, a Betazoid from the mirror universe with a personal vendetta against Shield, serves aboard the Enterprise-C until 2346, when she was betrayed and killed.
- Izg'raja, a female Dosi agent, who stowed away on the USS Admonitor. Self-appointed Operation's Officer. (created by Wolf Rising Sun)
- Y'Radu, a Romulan with some history with Nox. Joined the Admonitor crew in 2344 but was killed the next year.
- Landru, the enigmatic, ancient "wise-man" first introduced in TOS Episode The Return of the Archons, returns in the flesh to save Shield.
- Guardian of the Future All powerful alien being from an decaying star system in a parallel universe 1st encountered in 2166 who shows the Enterprise-C crew a preview of their futures and gives them a dire warning. (created by Lindsay Lohan Phoenix)
- Sons of Azetbur, five Klingon warriors, brothers of K'hallA.
- L'taL Shield, Klingon-Human hybrid, daughter of Edward J. Shield and K'hallA.
- Marja Djurhuus, a Human civilian, mother of Edward J. Shield, cloned as Elizabeth Shield.
- Spyrak, a Vulcan, Science Officer on the Admonitor, though he often visits the Enterprise-C. (Left in 2346)
- Diamondhead, or Ar'jykke in his language. A Tholian who was released from a Federation laboratory. Some time later, it was experimented on, for the Federation was looking to weaponize their race. Utilizing an environment suit that keeps it alive, the newly dubbed Diamondhead became self-appointed Security Officer for the Admonitor. (created by Wolf Rising Sun)
- Dauk-Dauk, was a stowaway along with Pur'vawki, Diamondhead and Izg'raja. The small Ithenite is a saboteur brain-washed by Captain Halliwell to act as a stowaway from the 24th century while secretly passing information to the Federation and circumventing New Insurrection actions. (created by Wolf Rising Sun)
- Pur'vawki, a Caitian and descendant of of M'Ress. (created by Wolf Rising Sun)
- Tusja, a Tosk grunt who is on the run from his race's overlords, the Hunters. (created by Wolf Rising Sun)
- This is not really needful, but I thought that it needed an epic rousing theme. Something that gives the story the feel that its not only a part of some greater legacy that's been ongoing for over forty years (aka. Star Trek saga), but that paves its own path into the final frontier... (Bookworm1138 22:11, 18 June 2009 (UTC))
- First choice: Theme from Armageddon
- Second choice: In A Mirror Darkly Theme
- Third choice: Indestructible
- Fourth choice: Devour
- Fifth choice: The Ecstasy of Gold
- Narendra III (What Shall We Die For by Hans Zimmer)
- Nox's Theme (Journey To Transylvania by Alan Silvestri)
- Bad Memories (Invisible Kid by Metallica)
- Father vs. Son (St. Anger by Metallica)
- Duel Between Shield and K'hallA (O Fortuna by Carl Orff)
- Kahless Judge Us (Returns A King by Tyler Bates)
- Loghri vs. Gorn Army (Fever Dream by Tyler Bates)
- Lovecraft's Monster (Call of Ktulu by Metallica)
- Facing the Judge (Honor Him by Hans Zimmer)
- Khitomer Massacre (Frantic by Metallica - Remix 2007)
- Into the Future (Leave Out All The Rest by Linkin Park)
- The 25th century (Supermassive Black Hole by Muse)
- A New Threat (Finish Them Off by KOEI)
- Enterprise-C vs. Enterprise-E (Requiem For A Dream by Clint Mansell Tower Remix)
- Farewell Rachel Garrett (Amazing Grace on the bagpipes)
- Shield's Transformation (Perfect Insanity by Disturbed)
- Enter Landru (O...Saya, author unknown)
- On Our Own (Operation Ground and Pound by DragonForce)
- Genocide of the Human Race (Progenies of the Great Apocalypse by Dimmu Borgir)
- Relon's Theme (From The Sky by Gojira)
- Genoice Redux (Allehelgens Død I Helveds Rike by Dimmu Borgir)
- Open War is Declared (Navras by Juno Reactor)
- Shield vs. Nox (Blood Brothers by Papa Roach)
- Me Against Me (The Black Halo by Kamelot)
- The Beast Within (All Within My Hands by Metallica)
- Turning the Tide (The Broken by Coheed & Cambria)
- The End Has Come (Dies Irae by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
- Shield vs. Halliwell (Conflict by Disturbed)
- A Captain's Final Hours (The Black Gate Opens by Howard Shore)
- A New Beginning (Demise of the Ritual by Koh Otani)
- Because there has been some confusion regarding the dates upon which these episodes occur, I shall specify.
- Episode One: Corruption
- Episode Two: Battle of Reui
- Episode Three: Return of the Kelvans
- Episode Four: Legends Never Die
- Episode Five: Old Heroes
- Episode Six: Mirrored Fates
- Episode Seven: Kinslayer
- Episode Eight: The Raid on Titan
- Episode Nine: Escape Velocity
- Episode Ten: Logic
- Episode Eleven: I, Romulan
- Episode Twelve: Defying the Emperor
- Episode Thirteen: Vengeance, Pt. I
- Episode One: Vengeance, Pt. II
- Episode Two: Battle in the Clouds
- Episode Three: Unholy Reflection, pt. I
- Episode Four: Unholy Reflection, pt. II
- Episode Five: Assassins
- Episode Six: Dwells In Madness
- Episode Seven: Crimes Against Humanity
- Episode Eight: I Now Promote You Captain
- Episode Nine: Marooned
- Episode Ten: Resistance
- Episode Eleven: Checkmate
- Episode Twelve: Angel One
- Episode Thirteen: Into the Future
- Episode One: Black Sheep
- Episode Two: Requiem
- Episode Three: Face of Evil
- Episode Four: The Dark Side
- Episode Five: Excommunication
- Episode Six: Anathema
- Episode Seven: Progenies
- Episode Eight: Messiah
- Episode Nine: Destiny's Path
- Episode Ten: Strange Allies
- Episode Eleven: The Prophecy
- Episode Twelve: Captivity
- Episode Thirteen: Infection, Pt. I
- Episode One: Infection, Pt. II
- Episode Two: Consequences
- Episode Three: Rise of the Terran Empire
- Episode Four: Children of the Titans
- Episode Five: Medium
- Episode Six: The Enemy of My Enemy
- Episode Seven: Tragedy
- Episode Eight: Grand Delusion
- Episode Nine: The Cross
- Episode Ten: Reunion
- Episode Eleven: Measured, Weighed and Divided
- Episode Twelve: New Insurrection
- Episode Thirteen: Armageddon
- Episode One: Aftermath
- Episode Two: A New Enemy
- Episode Three: Return of the Eldest One
- Episode Four: Deadly Alliances
- Episode Five: Coalition
- Episode Six: Divine Intervention
- Episode Seven: Desperate Measures
- Episode Eight: Ave Terra Imperium
- Episode Nine: A Friend in Need
- Episode Ten: The Massacre, Pt. I
- Episode Eleven: The Massacre, Pt. II
- Episode Twelve: Siege of Deep Space Nine
- Episode Thirteen: The Last Straw
- Episode One: Redemption
- Episode Two: Return to Reui
- Episode Three: The Reflection
- Episode Four: Lesser of Two Evils
- Episode Five: Salvation
- Episode Six: Conflict of Interest
- Episode Seven: The Rookwood Dynasty
- Episode Eight: Deception
- Episode Nine: Prodigal
- Episode Ten: The Ultimate Enemy
- Episode Eleven: Nightingale
- Episode Twelve: Last Farewell
- Episode Thirteen: A New Beginning