Character Profiles

        Being that I am impressed with Joe Manno's Profiles Page on his USS Liberty site, I decided to do my own. This is to give you the reader a chance to get to better know the characters in the Epiphany Trek tales. Not every character is represented or will be. The ones that have told me their life stories are present, and more will be added in the future. When possible I have included an actor or actress who's face is ideal for portraying the character. Some, like the Ane, are impossible to cast, but if I ever get decent artwork of the species it will be included.

Captain James Timothy Kirk Captain Gwenith Ap Owen
Lt. Commander Richard Hanson XMD Commander Tathilan
Captain Taraban Jerold Ryan LaSaille
Constable Terkos Howard Nelson

        Star Trek is perhaps unique in that the Ships are considered as much characters over time as are the people. What would Kirk or Picard be without their respective "Enterprises"? So I present profiles of several of the ships that have appeared in the Epiphany Trek tales.

"A Starship is the Human Adventure distilled into a thing of grace and beauty" --James Timothy Kirk

USS Kongo NCC-10455
The refit Ambassador class "Kongo" is the prime ship of my tales. This is her story.
USS Mitchell Paige NCC-1942
One of the oddest ships in the fleet and subject of "Matters of Perspective".
USS Questing CB-5
The battle cruiser "Questing" is the first ship met in my tales.
USS Ulysses S Grant NCC-107
The main ship from the Romulan War series. Relive the brave days of warp 3 cruising speeds.
USS Kongo NCC-1710
Captain Jerry LaSaille's Kongo. Featured ship in "The First Principle" one of the Enterprise's (no bloody A, B, C, or D) sister ships.
USS Andros ST-3
One of the largest ships in the Federation. A cameo appearance.
SS Savanna FTL-100
The warp prototype featured in "The Flight" and "To Sail the Starry Sea". I admit a certian fondness for this old ship. Never perfect, never best. She did sail before the rest.


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