I'm guilty. I write all the content for the web sites and I've been knee-deep in timeline ideas for weeks now.
Cool. It sounds like the Romulan events stay somewhat true or at least follow the events as written in Titan. If that is the case (SPOILER ALERT) do the Remans become allies with the Klingons? Will Remans be a "sub-faction" in the Klingon Empire in STO?
Following the death of Praetor Shinzon at the Battle of Bassen Rift, the Romulan government fell into disarray. Tel'aura, one of the few remaining members of the Romulan Senate and a former ally of Shinzon, declares herself the new Praetor, supported by Fleet Commander Tomalak as the new leader of the Imperial Defense Force.
It is not "Tel'Aura." It is "Tal'Aura."
Donatra's rebellion is not Tel'aura's only concern. The Remans, led by General Xiomek of the Reman Kepeszuk Battalion, demand control of either a continent on Romulus or a planet with sufficient natural resources to maintain self-sufficient settlements as reparations for hundreds of years of slavery and exploitation. In response, Tel'aura cuts shipments of food and needed supplies to Reman and commands Tomalak to blockade the planet.
It isn't "Reman." It is "Remus." As in, "Romulus and Remus," from Roman mythology.
Other than those two errors, it makes for an interesting read. I didn't think it would play out like that but ah well. I soo wanted them to get owned and join the Federation ;o
Nice going Kestrel. Don't know if you were a fan before you picked up STO, but if not you could have fooled me:p. Sounds like you've got a good grasp on the characters and situation left after the Dominion War and after the Nemesis movie. Looking forward to reading more
You seem to incorporate a few novels into your timeline, that's interesting. Nice read.
I LOVE that Cryptic's doing that. I've always regretted the consideration of the novels as being "soft canon", because some of the novels are fantastic works of Star Trek fiction, and deserve to have a place in hard canon.