For anyone that played Star Trek Armada, the Premonition-class should be a nice nostalgia trip. For those that haven’t, you totally should try and play it (assuming you can figure out how to get it to work on modern systems). There are spoilers for the game past this line, so jack out now if you don’t want to be spoiled!

The Premonition-class was originally created as a timeship in an alternate universe where the Borg had decimated the Federation after a successful invasion in the year 2376. The USS Premonition traveled back in time to deliver a warning to the USS Enterprise-E. Thanks to that action, in addition to careful use of temporal gates, the Borg invasion was thwarted.

The goal of making stats for this class are largely the same as they were for when I made the Wells-class. The USS Titor is a Premonition-class belonging to a Fleet Admiral in my living universe, so I needed stats just in case things ever got dicey. In general, though, this would be the perfect spaceframe to use if you want to do anything time travel related without going all the way to the 2900s.


  1. There isn’t a link to the PDF and clicking on the image isn’t working.

    I never played Armada 1, but I still have the disk for Armada 2. Apparently, you can play a fan remake of Armada 2 through Star Trek Armada II: Fleet Operations.

  2. Yup, no link to the PDF.

    And I’d play Armada 1 and 2 if they were available at either GOG or Steam. 🙁

  3. Image link is fixed but it’s not in PDF form. 😛

    No worries, though, at least in my case. I’ll just convert it to PDF form on my own.

  4. Image link is fixed but it’s not in PDF form. 😛

    No worries, though, I’ll just convert it to PDF on my own. 🙂

  5. *Transwarp gates(it’s been probably 15y since I’ve played Armada, I’m amazed I caught that).

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