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Written by: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Directed by: James L. Conway
Episode no.: 1x01 and 1x02
Production no.: 101
First aired: 26 September 2001
Date: 16 April 2151

Earth launches its first starship of exploration, Enterprise, on a mission to return an injured Klingon to his homeworld.



Nearly ninety years after Zefram Cochrane's warp flight and first contact, humans have been guided by Vulcans towards developing the first warp five engine. Now that engine has been developed and installed aboard Earth's first warp five starship, Enterprise, commanded by Captain Jonathan Archer, son of the engine's chief designer. When a Klingon shuttlecraft crashlands in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, Enterprise's launch date is moved up in order to take the sole Klingon, Klaang, home to his people. Despite protests from Vulcan Ambassador Soval, Admiral Maxwell Forrest orders Archer to assemble his crew and prepare to leave in three days.




Alex • Jonathan ArcherMaxwell ForrestKlaangDaniel LeonardTravis MayweatherMoorePhloxPorthosMalcolm Reed • Sarin • Hoshi SatoSilikSovalT'Pol • Tos • Charles Tucker III • Williams
Referenced only 
Henry ArcherSally ArcherChefZefram Cochrane • Billy Cook • GodAdolf HitlerHoratio NelsonLi QuanJoseph Stalin

Starships and vehicles

Enterprise (NX-01) (NX-class) • Orbital SixSuliban cell shipElkan Nine


Customs Center • Starfleet Spacedock • Suliban Helix • Warp Five Complex


Altair systemArcturus systemRigel system • Sector 3641

Planets, moons and planetoids

Draylax • EarthJupiterMarsNeptuneQo'noSRigel X • Teneebian Moon (1) • Teneebian Moon (2) • Trillius Prime


Africa • Big Sur Aquarium • BrazilGrand CanyonHawaiiJapanOklahoma • Quintash Plaza • San FranciscoSausalito • Tulsa • Universe Planetarium • Vulcan Compound



States and Organizations

Central SecurityEarth StarfleetInterspecies Medical ExchangeKlingon EmpireKlingon High Council • Spacecrate Incorporated • Starfleet MedicalSuliban CabalVulcan High CommandVulcan Institute of Creative Condescension


Altarian marsupial • amoeba • apple • Austrian • badger • baked bean • bazaar • beagle • biobed • boomer • boot • breadstick • Britishbutterfly • candle • cat • Celt • chameleon • Chinese • cocoa • dilithiumdisruptorDNAdogdragon • dry ice • dust-dwelling tick • egg • egg drop soup • fork • ghost • grappler • grizzly bear • guinea pig • hat • hawaiian shirt • Hun • immunocytic gel worm • Internally Metered Pulse Drive • jeans • jellyfishkingknife • lead • lei • magnetic coil reader • mammoth • marshmallow • methyloxide • Old Westorange • Oriental • osmotic eel • Ouija board • phase pistolpig • plasma pistol • plasma rifle • plexiglass • pork'n'beans • potato • sesame seed • shorts • silver • sparerib • spearspider • sponge • switchblade • T-shirtTemporal Cold War • tennis shoe • toilet • transporter • trouser • uniformVikingwheatWorld War II

Related Stories



Star Trek: Enterprise prose publications
Novelizations Broken BowShockwaveThe Expanse
Original novels By the BookWhat Price Honor?Surak's SoulDaedalusDaedalus's ChildrenRosettaLast Full Measure
The Good That Men DoKobayashi MaruThe Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wing


published order
Previous episode:
First episode
Enterprise episode produced Next episode:
Fight or Flight
Previous episode:
First episode
Enterprise episode aired Next episode:
Fight or Flight
Previous novelization:
First in series
Enterprise novelizations Next novelization:
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Chapter 6
Pocket Next Adventure:
What Price Honor?
Prologue Section 2
Previous Adventure:
First adventure
Voyages of the
Enterprise NX-01
Next Adventure:
Fight or Flight
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2151.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
Previous Adventure:
A Girl for Every Star
Next Adventure:

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Rivet City Bow

map marker: none
(between Rivet City
and Jefferson Memorial)
quests: Wasteland Survival Guide
The Replicated Man
cell name: RCLowerDeckFore
ref id: 00067488

Although technically a part of Rivet City, the Rivet City bow consists of the broken-off front third of the aircraft carrier. Pinkerton has set up his lab within the bow part of the carrier after being 'removed' from the Rivet City council in a coup.

Access to the bow is gained via an underwater door (yellow X on the image to the right). You will have to swim for quite a bit, and there is a hollow section half way along in which you can pause and take a breather. The entrance is guarded by Mirelurks, the exact amount/type depending on your level.

Another entry is south west of Rivet City across a bridge. The door is locked "Very Hard" (requiring a Lockpick skill 100) on both sides. Alternatively there is a power switch to the right of the door, when used this unlocks the door as well, but this can only be accessed from the inside of the bow. If you enter this way, watch out for the Frag Mine that is placed on top of an empty Ammo Crate. If re-locked via the trigger, the door will drop to "Easy" for unknown reasons. Keep an eye out for further traps in the gas-filled hallway as you make your way towards Pinkerton's lab. A room containing two rigged shotguns, purified water, and frag mines is off to the right of the gas-filled hallway, and a tripwire activating a grenade bouquet is immediately after the door. Eventually you will reach a door that can only be opened remotely, via an activation switch. The switch can be found on the wall directly opposite the door. Beware of the rigged computer next to the door.

Notable loot

Note: All of these have to be stolen (except for the Scoped .44 Magnum), which leads to Karma loss and will likely turn Pinkerton hostile. However, if you (and/or your companions) fight him and win, he will not be killed (he is unkillable) and will usually wake up as if nothing happened.


  • The game may freeze if you try to fast travel after exiting of locked door (reloading save will not fix this problem.) (Confirmed on Xbox 360)
  • The game may freeze upon entry.
  • While jumping on the desk with the rigged terminal, it is possible to become stuck, forcing you to reload.
  • The area near the first set of stairs, coming from the locked entrance, may turn into water. You can swim where there normally should be air, even on the upper level. The bottom level, instead, has a pocket of air where you can walk. Followers will be glitchy and may swim below the floor. May be accompanied by minor graphical glitches.
  • Not exactly a bug, but most followers, notably Charon and Fawkes, have trouble in the broken bow. Fawkes is too big to fit through the narrow doorways and tight staircases, and Charon's tendency to aim for the Torso puts him at risk of Mirelurk attacks. He got stuck underwater, and even in T51b the Mirelurks made short work of him. Other followers may use attacks which don't generally target regions of the body, such as Dogmeat's melee attack, placing them at an increased risk.
  • If the Mirelurks on the bottom floor got to the bottom of the stair that leads to the top floor, Pinkerton might run out of his lab and try to attack it, however, he will not kill them most of the time. Sometimes he will disappear from the game.
Rivet City

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