The Sim

Ever since the Dominion War, Starfleet went back to it’s roots of exploration, resulting in the creation of new, and more advanced starships. One of these classes was the Luna class. The USS Titan was one of the more well known examples, under the Command of Captain William T. Riker, the former Executive Officer of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D and the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E. During the 2380s, because of the Titan’s success, Starfleet began to look into a possible successor, or more advanced version of the Luna class. In the 2390s, Starfleet began refitting several examples of the Luna class to the Titan variant. However, despite the Titan variant being named after the Titan, the Titan herself was never refitted to those specifications. In 2407, Captain David Wilson was the commanding officer of the Titan when he was killed in action during a battle with a Klingon Battlecruiser. His XO at the time, Commander Thomas Ward assumed command, and saved the Titan from destruction. When the Titan returned to Earth, the CinC of Starfleet himself promoted Thomas to Captain, and gave him full command of the Titan. However, a few years later in 2410, during the Iconian war, the Titan suffered her fate while defending Earth in the war. After the war concluded, it was announced that the Titan variant would become its own official class. It was also announced there would be a new Titan, being built as the main ship of the class, despite there already being ships of a similar specification. The Titan’s construction was swift due to there already being built examples. Despite that, the new would also have some experimental systems, resulting in the ship having an NX registry. Captain Thomas Ward, the final CO of the former Titan, oversaw construction, and was ultimately given command of the ship when she launched. The USS Titan takes place in 2411, tasked with keeping peace in and out of Federation Space, as well as exploring strange new worlds, and seeking out new life and new civilizations, boldly going were no one has gone before.