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In the alternate timeline created when the USS Enterprise-C came to the year 2366 during its battle with the Romulans at Narendra III, which had formed a Kerr Loop Rift between these times, Tasha was alive and well, and was still serving aboard the USS Enterprise-D, now a warship in the Second Federation-Klingon War, which the Federation was steadily losing.

Guinan retained minor memories and feelings about the true timeline, and, after convincing Captain Jean-Luc Picard to send the Enterprise-C back into the rift to finish the battle, told Tasha she was dead in the true timeline and her death was "empty and without meaning". Wanting to die for a higher cause, Tasha voluntarily went back in time with the Enterprise-C to die with dignity.

Upon arriving, the ship, commanded by Lieutenant Richard Castillo, was able to destroy one of the attacking warbirds before being disabled and poised to be destroyed. A Romulan boarding party, however, captured the 10 survivors of the ship, Tasha and Castillo among them, and left the ship before it exploded. While in the brig of the IRW Victorious, Castillo was brutally killed and Tasha forced into a deal with the leader of the attack force, General Volskiar, into becoming his consort (effectively a prostitute) in exchange for the lives of her crew. Tasha could sense Volskiar's emotional weakness, and accepted the deal, secretly plotting to use that weakness to her advantage.

Tasha was kept in Volskiar's armoured compound on Romulus's surface, where it is here she befriended one of Volskiar's colleagues; Saket, and often sought emotional support during her imprisonment.

While plotting her escape, Tasha became pregnant with Volskiar's child, and eventually gave birth to the girl whome they named Sela. Tasha and Sela adored eachother, and she told her fairy tales of Earth in an effort to stimulate her human side.

This was all for nought, as when Sela was four years of age, Tasha finally completed her escape plan and, wanting to take Sela with her, ultimately failed when Sela refused to leave behind the only life she knew, and Tasha was caught. Volskiar ordered her executed, but before dying, asked her friend Saket to watch over Sela. Saket kept his promise. (TNG episode: "Yesterday's Enterprise"; TNG novel: Death in Winter; TOS novel: Vulcan's Heart)

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