Events[edit | edit source]
The Excalbian Trials[edit | edit source]
At the beginning of the year, crew of an Alliance starship was kidnapped by the Excalbians to participate in their trials of good vs evil. An Alliance captain, accompanied by Seven of Nine and a simulacrum of Michael Burnham, was forced to take part in several simulations created by the Excalbians, some of which were based on their own recent missions (such as the bombing of Iconia and battle of Procyon V).
Eventually the trials went sideways, with the "forces of evil", led by the simulated Borg Collective, taking control of the simulations and attempting to take over the Excalbian planet. They were stopped with the help of simulacrums of the famed Federation starships.
Klingon Civil War[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Klingon Civil War.
J'Ula's entry into the 25th Century caused a rift within the Klingon Empire over its direction and J'mpok's leadership. J'Ula managed to use a little-known Klingon law to reinstate House Mo'Kai, allowing her to address the High Council and rally other Klingons to her cause. Following a skirmish at the Great Hall, battles and destruction on various systems, J'Ula went back into hiding and Alliance Intelligence began searching for her. Eventually, she is discovered on Khitomer by the Alliance captain, accompanied by General Martok. Aakar then betrays J'Ula and forms an alliance with J'mpok, who then launches a mycelial weapon on Khitomer, damaging its facilities and killing numerous delegates. Fortunately, the Alliance captain, Martok, J'Ula and Adet'pa were able to rescue a few survivors and escape. J'mpok later accuses the Alliance captain for committing the crime, forcing them to go into hiding and allying themselves with House Mo'Kai following the ensuing battle.
J'mpok began sending various operatives to hunt down the Alliance captain, General Martok, J'Ula and Adet'pa. Some time later, Adet'pa discovered the source of the evidence on J'mpok's attack on Khitomer, thus able to help clear their names, prompting them to emerge from hiding and start taking action. Their presence on Nimbus III and the Gorath System were communicated to J'mpok and he sends forces to engage them. Despite the efforts broadcasting the evidence with additional assistance from the crew of the Coldstar, the various Klingon Houses lost trust in the Empire and returned to their own homes. J'mpok dismisses the Klingon High Council and proclaims himself 'Emperor' of the Klingon Empire.
Notable deaths[edit | edit source]