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>I find myself sort of curious about the UF whereabouts of some other
>Star Trek characters, such as whatever happened to Ben Sisko since
>there never was a Deep Space 9 and the UF creative staff already
>absconded with most of the remaining cast. Obviously Bajor is not
>suffering for lack of an Emissary, but it just seems sort of wrong
>that he's never been in the picture.
It's safe to presume that Commander Sisko's character arc up to and including Wolf 359 is roughly the same as in canon, modulo Starfleet's opposition at the Battle of Wolf 359 having been GENOM MILARM rather than the Borg. After that point, my guess is that he either remained a serving Starfleet officer, possibly achieving his own command shortly thereafter - the survivors of that battle tended to be handled well career-wise by Starfleet Command - or retired to open that restaurant he was always talking about.
Had the timing worked out differently, he might well have been in the running for the job that Susan Ivanova eventually got - as part of the Babylon Foundation's arrangement with the Federation, only Starfleet officers were up for the Babylon 5 XO's post - but as Wolf 359 was 18 years before Babylon 5 became operational, I would imagine he was either too senior to be considered or had left the fleet by then.
Or, who knows, he might be the Earth Alliance's ambassador to Bajor by the late Symphony era, which would put him in an interesting ethical position come the spring of 2412. Point is, I hadn't really thought about it much, but there are possibilities. He's not one of those characters I purposefully avoid having in the UF universe (like Luke Skywalker, whom I promised one of my colleagues would never exist there), I just haven't been motivated to go out and actively make a hole for.
>As to other casts, I know that the whereabouts of the Enterprise NX-01
>remain buried in mystery
Yeah, I've been kicking that around some recently. I'm pretty sure I know what happened to them; it's a question of framing how everyone else finds out.
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