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"True North" is the pilot episode of Star Trek: Pendragon. Five years after the Federation Civil War, Starfleet sends the USS Pendragon to restore order in the Demilitarized Zone.

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Background notesEdit

  • Originally written in 2000 and published on the Trek Writer's Guild website. As of 2006, "True North" is undergoing a rewrite.
  • Though it is chronologically the first Pendragon story, it was the second one written. An early draft of the episode "L'Morte d'Maquis" had been written in 1999.
  • The title for the episode was inspired by the Twila Paris song of the same name.

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