|Location||Never one place very long|
|Siblings||Yes and no|
|Occupation||Radio Ops Manager|
|TimPendragon is an administrator.|
Timothy Jay Drake, aka TimPendragon, was the "executive producer" and "head writer" of the Star Trek: Pendragon fan fiction series.
Records indicate he was born on 22 June 1983, though there has been some dispute over this date. His birthplace, birth name, and most other facts from his early history have been lost to the mysts of time and beaurocratic assininity. However, what is known is that he has lived most of his life in the state of Maryland, neighboring the state of Absolute Confusion.
He was a second-generation Trekkie (preferring that term over Trekker), inheriting the unfortunate condition from his mother and taking it to uncharted heights of unhealthy obsession. He prided himself on the fact that he was one of the last people to become a fan of Star Trek before any of the spinoffs. That was in September, 1986, a full year before The Next Generation aired for the first time. He regretted that his first-remembered exposure to Trek was "Catspaw" (TOS), but nonetheless was glad that his three-year old brain overlooked the inanity and became enamoured with phasers, tricorders, and Spock's ears.
In the years following, he became known among his friends - and even total strangers - as a font of knowledge of all things Trek, and film lore in general. His obsession for Trek was rivaled only by his (longer-standing) geekdom for Sherlock Holmes, and his late-coming-but-still-way-off-the-deep-end dive into Lord of the Rings fandom.
29.01.20 - This whole page needs a major update, bear with me.
Awards and kudosEdit
Here's a list of Featured Articles that I wrote or made significant contributions to:
- Timothy Sinclair - December 2006
- Ben Bartholomew - August 2007
- Steve Tecklenberg - January 2008
- World War III - October 2008
Thumbs up!EditSasoriza 18:39, 12 November 2006 (UTC)
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Current Projects on STEUEdit
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- Organizing the mess that is Rigel
- General policing of articles for spag (spelling and grammar).