Timeline: 2375

BEFORE

2375

  • Starfleet officers Elias Vaughn (100) and Deanna Troi (38) help the Bajoran resistance liberate the planet Betazed from the Jem'Hadar occupation force. help train up the most powerful telepaths in the resistance to attack the Jem'Hadar, whose own alterations by Cardassian war criminal Crell Moset cause them to be incapable of handling telepathic input. Twelve hundred Betazoids die in the attempt. Troi is reunited with her mother Lwaxana () and younger brother Barin ().1

The "Reman" Shinzon leads a successful strike against the Jem'Hadar and discovers the android B-4 in a liberated Tal Shiar station.
The Romulan government places Senator Kimara Cretak as their liaison on Deep Space 9.
February 25. After discovering the “Orb of the Emissary", and reopening the wormhole, Captain Benjamin Sisko returns to Deep Space 9. He brings with him Ensign Ezri Dax, who takes the position of station counselor with a promotion to Lieutenant (j.g.) after helping Sisko with his problems.
March 8. Voyager has first contact with the Malon.
Dr. Julian Bashir performs surgery on Sarina Douglas, causing her personality issues due to her botched genetic engineering to be reversed. They briefly have a romantic relationship.
Weyoun (fifth iteration) is killed in a transporter "accident."
The sixth iteration of Weyoun is brought to life, but soon betrays the Dominion in trying to get information out to Odo about a plague affecting the Founders. A seventh Weyoun is activated. Odo and the sixth Weyoun team up, but ultimately Weyoun VI dies.
March 28. Voyager encounters a bizarre training facility for Groundskeepers considering infiltration of Starfleet Command. Groundskeepers "Boothby" and "Valerie Archer" begin friendly relations between the two cultures.
March 29. Klingon Dahar Master Kor (155) dies in battle with the Jem'Hadar.
Lieutenant (j.g.) Tom Paris is demoted to Ensign after willful violation of the Prime Directive.
Ensign Nog loses a leg while helping defend a Starfleet beachhead at AR-558.
March 31. Voyager jumps 10,000 light years closer to the Federation with the use of their prototype slipstream technology. They are saved from destruction by crewmembers from an alternate future.
The USS Enterprise-E becomes embroiled in a conspiracy between high ranking Starfleet officers and the Son'a to displace the peaceful immortal Ba'ku people.
The Changeling Laas, one of the Hundred, meets Odo.
Romulan Senator Kimara Cretak is imprisoned as part of a Section 31 conspiracy.
Bartholomew Faulwell is reassigned to Starbase 92. He meets his future partner, Lieutenant Commander Anthony Mark.
July 30. Worf and Ezri Dax are captured by the Dominion.
The Prophets warn Captain Ben Sisko against marrying Captain Kasidy Yates.
Voyager runs afoul of the Borg Queen. The ship travels an additional 20,000 light years through the use of the Borg transwarp conduits.
Skrain Dukat, in disguise, visits Kai Winn Adami and begins sleeping with her.
Ensign Nancy Conlon graduates from Starfleet Academy.
Ben Sisko and Kasidy Yates are married.
Worf kills Weyoun VII. He is soon replaced.
Corat Damar helps Ezri Dax and Worf escape.
The Breen Confederacy enters the Dominion War on the side of the Dominion, and their first strike is a direct attack at Starfleet Headquarters in San Francisco, Earth. The strike is stopped by the efforts of the USS Enterprise-E and USS Columbia.
Ensign Mikaela Leishman graduates from Starfleet Academy.
The USS Defiant is destroyed in battle during a Dominion/Breen strike.
Legate Corat Damar defects, and begins a resistance movement in Cardassian space.
Kira Nerys and Elim Garak join Corat Damar's Resistance.
The IKS Pagh crashes on Marcan V. Commander Klag, the only survivor, kills a squad of Jem'Hadar despite having only one arm.

  • October 22 (Wednesday). On Deep Space 9, Lieutenant Commander Worf challenges Gowron (54) for leadership of the Klingon High Council after what he sees as Gowron making moves for personal benefit over the future of the war. Worf slays Gowron, but immediately passes leadership to General Martok.

Odo receives a cure to the Founder plague.
The Vidiian Phage is cured.
The Defiant-class USS Sao Paulo is assigned to station Deep Space 9, and is re-christened the USS Defiant-A.
Ferengi Grand Nagus Zek, in the midst of massive reform, retires, and appoints Rom, his lover Ishka’s son, as his successor.
Julian Bashir and Ezri Dax begin a romantic relationship.
Aboard the USS Sentinel, Lieutenant Commander Sonya Gomez saves the crew from a Breen attack.
Excalibur resurfaces from its temporal disappearance. There is a brief amount of readjustment for the crew and their families.
Corat Damar is slain.
With the Dominion’s Founders dying, the Dominion withdraws back into Cardassian space. Taking advantage of this, the Allies invade Cardassia, and the Cardassians revolt against the Dominion. In retaliation, the Female Founder orders the slaughtering of all of the Cardassian people, and in the end, 900 million Cardassians are murdered by the Jem’Hadar. Elim Garak remains on Cardassia.
After receiving the cure to the plague, the Dominion Founder signs into an agreement surrendering to the Allied Powers, and the war ends. She is taken into custody as a War Criminal.
Worf takes a position as Federation Ambassador to the Klingon Empire.
In a climactic final showdown, former Cardassian Gul Skrain Dukat and Bajoran Kai Winn Adami are both killed in the Fire Caves of Bajor. Captain Benjamin Sisko is taken by the Prophets.
With the disappearance of Captain Sisko, Colonel Kira Nerys again takes command of Deep Space 9.
Chief Miles O'Brien takes a position as teacher at Starfleet Academy. His family joins him.
Odo leaves Deep Space 9 to return to join the Great Link.
Ensign Nog is promoted to Lieutenant (j.g.).
Upon Chancellor Martok’s arrival on Qo’noS after the end of the Dominion War, he is the victim of a massive coup d’etat orchestrated by his illegitimate son Morjod and his mother Gothmara. Ultimately, he is successful in reclaiming the throne, but not without the loss of much of the Klingon High Council (and its sacred chambers), as well as the deaths of his wife Sirella and his two daughters Shen and Lazhna. He is accepted as leader with the procurement of the Sword of Kahless.
Lieutenant Commander Sonya Gomez is promoted to Commander and assigned to lead the SCE team of the USS da Vinci, replacing the late Salek. Also coming aboard is Dr. Bartholomew Faulwell, replacing the late Dr. Chan Okha.
The Qang-class IKS Gorkon is launched under the command of Captain Klag. Among the crew are Commander Drex, first officer; Dr. B’Oraq, chief medical officer; Lieutenant Kegren, second officer and chief operations officer; Lieutenant Rodek (of Lallek), chief gunner; Lieutenant Leskit (of Rotarran) as conn officer; Commander Kurak as chief engineer; and Commander Lokor, chief of security. Also coming aboard is young Lieutenant Toq, who challenges Kegren, and kills him, taking his position.
Drex is forced to transfer off Gorkon.
Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Lense transfers from Lexington to the USS da Vinci. She replaces Dr. Kripf Tydoan, who is retiring as chief medical officer.
Admiral Pavel Chekov is commended for his fine work training officers during the war, and is rewarded with a desk job.
Lieutenant Commander Ranul Keru takes an extended leave of absence, and takes a position guarding the symbiont pools at Maka’la on Trill.
Commander Tiris Jast is assigned as first officer of Deep Space 9.
Lieutenant Melora Pazlar transfers to the USS Enterprise-E. She strikes up a romance with Lieutenant Reginald Barclay.
Enterprise-E becomes embroiled in a conspiracy on Gemworld. Lieutenant Melora Pazlar takes a leave of absence.
Lieutenant Reginald Barclay transfers to Starfleet Command, and joins Project Pathfinder.
Voyager runs across the USS Equinox. Its Captain, Rudolph Ransome, is guilty of crimes against a species in trying to get his crew home. Ultimately, Equinox is destroyed, and only four of its crew survive, joining Voyager's crew, including Marla Gilmore.

AFTER

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