|Born:||03 January 2344|
|Stationed:||USS Pendragon (NCC-85000)|
Early life[edit | edit source]
Steven James Moore, Jr. was born on 03 January 2344. Either due to some confusion or disagreement over his name, it will eventually be changed to Matthew Tobias Moore, and finally to Tobias James Moore. His father was Dr. Steven Moore, a leading Federation civil engineer.
Academy[edit | edit source]
Toby enrolled at Starfleet Academy in 2361, sponsored by Lt. Commander Trupp. Assigned to Delta Squadron, his major was in systems engineering. While at the Academy, he befriended fellow cadet Brad Powell, and upperclassman Timothy Sinclair, who served as his Cadre supervisor.
Sinclair recognized Toby and Brad's potential and convinced them to join a special training cruise with Steve Tecklenberg aboard the USS Shenandoah. During the month-long assignment, Toby began to reevaluate his goals, and after his return, shifted his major from systems engineering to tactics and intelligence.
Career[edit | edit source]
Upon the recommendation of Timothy Sinclair, Ensign Moore was assigned to the USS Scandalon under Commander Tecklenberg. Aboard the Scandalon, Toby served with Sinclair, Tecklenberg, Powell, Trupp and others as part of the special operations group known as the Eagle's Nest Squadron.
Three months after joining the Scandalon crew, Moore, Sinclair and Powell were captured by Cardassian forces during a covert assignment. All three men were tortured. Before their escape and rescue, however, Powell was killed. Sinclair blamed himself, an opinion that Toby shared. He never forgave Sinclair for the death of his best friend, leading to more than twenty years of bitter animosity between the two men.
As a Lieutenant in 2368, Toby was recruited by Section 31, but eventually he became a mole within the organization, reporting on their activities to Admiral Alynna Nechayev. As a Starfleet Intelligence agent, he would work with Elias Vaughn and Mackenzie Calhoun.
During the Federation Civil War, Toby's activities on behalf of Section 31 did much to prolong the conflict, quite literally playing both sides against the middle. In late 2372, Toby was instrumental in the success of Admiral Leyton's Project Damocles that destroyed Deep Space 9 and sealed the Bajoran wormhole. (PDN: "Sword of Damocles")
After the war's end, Starfleet Intelligence assigned Moore to the Orion desk, and he organized a group of deep-cover agents to infiltrate the Orion Syndicate, including Jared Smith, Matthew Wood, Jeremy Hopper and Paul Majewski. Those four agents, and several others, disappeared after a year undercover. Moore launched an investigation, and Starfleet Intelligence concluded that the agents had been killed when their cover was blown by a traitor in their midst. In reality, Moore's "four horsemen" had defected to the syndicate together, and Toby initiated a coverup while he attempted to locate them.
In 2381, Admiral Nechayev assigned Moore to investigate the crew of the USS Pendragon after Captain Sinclair apparently went rogue. Learning of Section 31's involvement in a conspiracy with the Tal Shiar and Obisdian Order, Toby inserted himself into the operation. Aboard a hidden Tal Shiar outpost near the Demilitarized Zone, he discovered Sinclair, John Seilback and Stephen Tecklenberg held captive. Despite a vicious attack from Sinclair who believed him to be a traitor, Toby relayed their location to the Pendragon and helped them escape from their cells. Moore remained behind to sabotage the Genesis device, while Sinclair and the others made for the shuttlebay. When it became clear that Moore had been discovered, Sinclair left the others and returned to confront Colonel Vrian. Sinclair and Tecklenberg were able to free Moore, recover the Genesis device, and sabotage the station's stockpile of protomatter, destroying the base and much of the Romulan armada, though Vrian escaped. (PDN: "Cloak and Dagger", "Pilgrims on the Path of Shadows", "Salvation")
Background Notes[edit | edit source]
- Star Trek: Pendragon is a fan fiction series written (primarily) by T.L. Morgan. Images of actors are used in photomanipulations to simulate the "cast" of the series. In these photomanipulations, Toby Moore is "played" by James Denton.