Talk:U.S.S. Khitomer

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Captain Jay Yim[edit source]

When you talk to Jay Yim (a Captain) on ESD, he says he was aboard the Khitomer during the battle. It seems logical to me that he was in command of the Khitomer. - Mitchz95 (talk) 20:12, 26 August 2013 (UTC)

I agree, it is perfectly logical. We never met the Khitomer's captain and she wasn't destroyed in the battle. Makes sense to me. Rayfire User-FED-Sig.png 23:39, 26 August 2013 (UTC)
He said he was on board, yes. But there is no evidence to even suggest that he was in command. Until it is clearly stated that he was the commanding officer you cannot assume that he was. It seems logical that he may have been promoted, it seems logical that he may have been a passenger. It seems logical that the Captain may have been killed, you don't know. A wiki is not a place for assumptions. For now, at least, Jay Yim should only be listed as a member of the crew until otherwise stated in-game.
I tend to disagree with Anon, and concur with Mitch and Rayfire. How often do captains travel aboard other ships in STO, or in Star Trek in general? Let's make the connection and state that the captain aboard Khitomer during the battle is the captain of Khitomer. For clarity's sake, we can add a notice in the Background section. -- Markonian (talk) 06:48, 9 September 2013 (UTC)
The new Federation Tutorial makes it more explicit that Jay Yim is captain of the Khitomer. Should we start updating it now that S8 is out, or do we push it to committee? The Klingon Jedi (talk) 00:56, 14 November 2013 (UTC)
I saw this page a while ago and almost weighed in, on the side of the evidence at the time, which did not support the assumption - his promotion to Captain may have come some time after he served on the Khitomer. The new tutorial makes it very clear, including the injuries mentioned. I sometimes wonder if Cryptic didn't wrap this up in a nice little bow, given the doubt expressed earlier, or if it was just a missing piece of storyline that was there all along. No need for a committee - the jury is back on this one. Tahno (talk) 05:13, 14 November 2013 (UTC)