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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Timeships were vessels constructed by active Temporal Powers to travel through time. They could be both ships in the traditional Earth navy sense of the word, hard physical objects that thrust their way through time (and often) space. (FP: The Book of the War) While other timeships were more modelled space-time events, either existing through their movement through time, or building themselves, modelling onto the universe slowly building a real world interface, I.M. Foreman's Travelling Show functioned in this manner. (EDA: Interference - Book Two)


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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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A timeship is a type of starship that specializes in time travel. By the 29th century, the Federation's Starfleet utilized timeships in regular service. (VOY episode: "Future's End")


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By type argosy • assault shipattack cruiserattack fighterbattle cruiserbattleshipbird-of-preycargo transportcarriercolony ship • combat support tender • construction ship • corsair • corvettecouriercruisercutterdestroyerdreadnoughtescortexplorer • fast attack ship • fast cruiser • freighterfrigatefuel transport • gunboat • heavy cruiser • heavy escort • hospital shipliaison cutterlight cruiser • light frigate • medical frigate • mining freighter • monitor • passenger liner • patrol cruiser • personnel carrier • prison barge • repair tender • research vessel • research cruiser • runaboutscoutstrike cruiser • super carrier • surveyortanker • tender • timeshiptransport • troop transport • tugwarbirdwarpshuttle
Alphanumeric I • II • III • IV • VVIVIIVIIIIXXXIXIIXIIIXIVXV • XVI

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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Hourman's Timeship article)

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The Timeship is a conveyance capable of moving through both time and space (most time travel vessels can only move through time). It was constructed in the 853rd Century and is comprised completely of tachyon particles. The advanced android known as Hourman used the timeship as a valuable tool during his brief tenures with both the JLA and JSA. Early in his career, Hourman elected to give up a significant quantity of his own power and kept just enough to give him limited time-vision capabilities and to empower the timeship.[1]

Soon after, Hourman gave his friends Snapper Carr and Bethany Lee a trip on the Timeship, and they became victims of the machinations of Epoch. Epoch forced Hourman to expend all of his energy and stranded them aboard the ship within the Timepoint.[1]

As a member of the JSA, Hourman used the timeship to bring his teammate Hawkgirl back to the time of ancient Egypt in a desperate attempt to prevent the magus Mordru from taking possession of the power of Nabu.[2]

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ST Expanded

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