Timeline: 1301-1350



  • The Doctor (sixth incarnation) and Peri Brown (25) arrive on a prison transport starship, and come across the deposed empress Safira Valtris as she is making an epic escape attempt. The Doctor's brilliance derails her plan, and Peri's words keep her from desperately turning the situation violent.1


  • When a miller makes a ridiculous claim that his daughter can spin straw into gold, a local German lord has the girl abducted and traps her in a tower. He demands she achieve the feat or be executed. The imp Rumpelstiltskin (377) appears, and agrees to make the transformations for her. Over two more consecutive days, the lord threatens the girl, and Rumpelstiltskin helps, but on the third day he demands payment: her firstborn child. Facing death, she agrees. After the third day, the disgusting lord agrees to marry the girl.2


  • The German lady who had once been held captive by her husband gives birth to a child. The woman refuses to give up the child when Rumpelstiltskin (378) appears to collect the debt. He gives her an option to release her from her bargain, if she can somehow tell him his heretofore unmentioned name. She later follows him to his lair, where he inexplicably sings about his name aloud. When Rumpelstiltskin comes to collect, she reveals the name, and he releases her from the contract, but in a fit of pique, he splits himself in space-time.3


  • The Doctor (sixth incarnation) and Peri Brown (25) arrive on a station where a man is rapidly passing through his timeline, and the Doctor himself is suffering from a temporal illness, and must defuse a chrono bomb. He is successful.4


  • A portion of the Stone of Destiny is brought to Ireland and becomes known as the Blarney Stone.



  • The Doctor (fifth incarnation) drops Nyssa (24) off on the island of Rhodes. She meets the Knight Templar Mulberry, and the two get caught in a time tunnel.




  • The holographic Doctor (3/2374) is psionically transplanted into the body of the Ocampa Ced. He encounters the war chief Lia, who is impregnated by a Nacene. Kes (6/2376) appears in a semi-corporeal form and merges with Lia. After giving birth, a Kes simulacrum created of Kes's anger and Lia's body travels to 2376 to attack the USS Voyager.5
  • The Nacene Caretaker creates an array to allow the Ocampa to live underground and thrive.


  • The Eternal Realm of Bgztl is founded upon the union of the nation-states of Bgztl.



  • Construction is completed on the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.



  • The Hur'q invade and conquer Qo'noS.
  • April 7. The Tan Bohemia comes into existence in her namesake land.
  • Robert Doniger arrives in this era, sent back in time by his employees in 1999, as punishment for being callous about others' lives. An act of intentional homicide, the successful plan involves Doniger becoming infected with the Black Death.6


  • The ghost-like demon Betelgeuse spawns.7
  • Antonius Block, a Swedish knight, returns to his homeland alongside his noble squire Jöns after ten years fighting in the Holy Land. Shortly after arrival, he encounters a reaper of Death. He challenges the reaper to a game of chess, which the reaper accedes to, knowing that Death cannot be outrun. As Block and Jöns head to his home, they have several encounters, leading to a few others joining their travels: a married acting couple, Jof and Mia, and their infant son Mikael; a mute young woman Jöns saves from rape; a jilted smith, Plog, and eventually his philandering wife Lisa. Block is stricken with deep melancholy and great doubt about his faith, but appreciates the good things he sees. At the end of the chess game, Block gets Jof, Mia, and Mikael to escape the pending travesty. Block and the rest of the group arrive, and Antonius is reunited with his wife Karin. Death comes and claims them all, as Jof and family ride out the concurrent storm.8


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