History FanFic / TheUnitySaga

25th Mar '17 11:36:31 AM valar55
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* CyberneticsWillEatYourSoul: A recurring motif brought together by the various cyborgs of both universes. In this series, its more attitude than reality. In fact, Seven's implants come in ''very'' handily when she uses it to [[spoiler: generate lightsabre-proof armour in her fight with darth Whind]]
* DeadPersonImpersonation: [[spoiler:Quark died on [=DS9=], the one on [=DS13=] is a holographic spy planted by Garack.]]

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* CyberneticsWillEatYourSoul: A recurring motif brought together by the various cyborgs of both universes. In this series, its more attitude than reality. In fact, Seven's implants come in ''very'' handily handy when she uses it them to [[spoiler: generate lightsabre-proof armour in her fight with darth Darth Whind]]
* DeadPersonImpersonation: [[spoiler:Quark died on [=DS9=], the one on [=DS13=] is a holographic spy planted by Garack.Garak.]]



** [[spoiler: Courescant, Cardassia Prime, the SSI Ruuvi Homeworld, about 89 Borg Planets...]]

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** [[spoiler: Courescant, Coruscant, Cardassia Prime, the SSI Ruuvi Homeworld, about 89 Borg Planets...]]



* FateWorseThanDeath: Borg assimilation as always. But the fear of it in this story is one of the more prominent themes.

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* FateWorseThanDeath: Borg assimilation assimilation, as always. But the fear of it in this story is one of the more prominent themes.



* GoodVsGood: The Rebel Alliance and the Federation start out on opposite sides because the Federation is initially duped by the Empire. To their credit both sides eventually figure out who they're really dealing with and team up.

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* GoodVsGood: The Rebel Alliance and the Federation start out on opposite sides because the Federation is initially duped by the Empire. To their credit credit, both sides eventually figure out who they're really dealing with and team up.
2nd Feb '17 12:14:44 PM Theriocephalus
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* TechnoBabble: used realistically

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* TechnoBabble: used realisticallyExploited towards the end of Worlds Without End when [[spoiler:Data needs to fool the defectors into launching an attack on the Death Star, so he makes up a plan to attack a false weakness with lots of technobabble to make them think it would work.]]
27th Dec '16 9:52:42 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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-->- Captain Picard, ''Worlds Without End'' Part VI

The Unity Saga is an epic Franchise/StarTrek[=/=]StarWars crossover by [[Website/SFDebris Chuck Sonnenberg]] telling the story of Unity, the path to peace between two galaxies. The story is told in two trilogies:

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-->- Captain Picard, -->-- '''Captain Picard''', ''Worlds Without End'' Part VI

The Unity Saga is an epic Franchise/StarTrek[=/=]StarWars ''Franchise/StarTrek''[=/=]''Franchise/StarWars'' crossover by [[Website/SFDebris Chuck Sonnenberg]] telling the story of Unity, the path to peace between two galaxies. The story is told in two trilogies:






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3rd Dec '16 5:40:28 PM Theriocephalus
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* '''DysfunctionJunction''': Ooooooh boy. Such a trope is likely to happen whenever you got a story involving StarWars and the Dark Side but among the dysfunctional cast, Seven of Nine reach [[ExaggeratedTrope the top of the highest mountain while the others merely stay on hills]]. Beyond the horrific backstory given to her by the serie, poor girl is riddled by a ''tremendous'' amount of psychological disorders and emotional issues that go over the span of three books of her acting like a borderline suicidal lunatic to finally be resolved. Not to mention she needs an incredibly good father figure, [[spoiler: a BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind]], two Jedi, two telepathic betazoids and regular interventions of not one but -you guessed it- freaking ''two'' PhysicalGods to get something resembling a closure.

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* '''DysfunctionJunction''': DysfunctionJunction: Ooooooh boy. Such a trope is likely to happen whenever you got a story involving StarWars and the Dark Side but among the dysfunctional cast, Seven of Nine reach [[ExaggeratedTrope the top of the highest mountain while the others merely stay on hills]]. Beyond the horrific backstory given to her by the serie, poor girl is riddled by a ''tremendous'' amount of psychological disorders and emotional issues that go over the span of three books of her acting like a borderline suicidal lunatic to finally be resolved. Not to mention she needs an incredibly good father figure, [[spoiler: a BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind]], two Jedi, two telepathic betazoids and regular interventions of not one but -you guessed it- freaking ''two'' PhysicalGods to get something resembling a closure.



* FridgeLogic: [[InUniverse As a plot point.]] [[spoiler: Darth Vader corrupted Data by pointing to all the times Starfleet had treated him like crap.]]

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* FridgeLogic: [[InUniverse As a plot point.]] [[spoiler: Darth Vader corrupted Data by pointing to all the times Starfleet had treated him like crap.]]]]%%Invoked
8th Aug '16 7:17:13 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* ThePeterPrinciple: Though Chuck doesn't care for Janeway as a captain, he protrays her as being quite competent in certain other endeavors owing to her background as a science officer. [[spoiler: For example, she figures out how to run transporter beams through hyperspace.]]

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* ThePeterPrinciple: Though Chuck doesn't care for Janeway as a captain, he protrays portrays her as being quite competent in certain other endeavors owing to her background as a science officer. [[spoiler: For example, she figures out how to run transporter beams through hyperspace.]]



* ReverseCerebusSyndrome: The first trilogy plays the concept completely straight. The second one features the Borg becoming a corporation and characters from other fictional universes wandering into the plot.



* ThenLetMeBeEvil: Luke basically talks himself into falling to the dark side, and the emotion that does it is fear of falling to the dark side. He's so convinced that emotion-powered force use is inherently evil and everyone will hate him for it that after destroying a Borg fleet to rescue Seven he falls into despair and switches sides. The disconnect means that the real Luke never fell, and the Sith Lord version is just an emotional shell he built around himself that does evil for evil's sake but doesn't enjoy it.

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* ThenLetMeBeEvil: Luke basically talks himself into falling to the dark side, and the emotion that does it is fear fear... of falling to the dark side. He's so convinced that emotion-powered force use is inherently evil and everyone will hate him for it that after destroying a Borg fleet to rescue Seven he falls into despair and switches sides. The disconnect means that the real Luke never fell, and the Sith Lord version is just an emotional shell he built around himself that does evil for evil's sake but doesn't enjoy it.
20th Mar '16 2:34:31 PM Theriocephalus
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* AuthorAppeal: At one point, Darth Whind says that the only one who can stop them [her and Luke, as well as the Empire] is the former Borg (with enhanced reflexes and strength) Seven-Of-Nine... and Ben Sisko. If you have ever watched WebSite/SFDebris opinionated guides to Deep Space Nine, he's a ''massive'' fan of Ben Sisko and Seven of Nine is his favorite character from Voyager aside, perhaps, from the holographic Doctor.

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* AuthorAppeal: At one point, Darth Whind says that the only one who can stop them [her and her, Luke, as well as and the Empire] Empire is the former Borg (with enhanced reflexes and strength) Seven-Of-Nine... and Ben Sisko. If you have ever watched WebSite/SFDebris opinionated guides to Deep Space Nine, he's a ''massive'' fan of Ben Sisko and Seven of Nine is his favorite character from Voyager aside, perhaps, from the holographic Doctor.



-->''Piett'': We'll show the Borg who's resistance is futile.

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-->''Piett'': We'll show the Borg who's whose resistance is futile.
16th Mar '16 10:14:43 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* HumanAlien: The preponderance of these and the more subtle kinds of RubberForeheadAliens in the Star Trek galaxy confuse the hell out of the Star Wars characters in the first book, not to mention that genetically identical humans apparently evolved in both galaxies somehow.


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** It also goes the other way; the Empire never sends more than a tiny fraction of it's forces into the Milky Way at a time because most of their fleet is used to hold down their own galaxy, meaning the other factions keep drastically underestimating their real power. When they actually invade in force in book 3 it's a complete walkover.
23rd Jan '16 12:45:18 PM MagBas
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* SexIsLiberation: [[spoiler: Seven of Nine]] in Shadows of the Night. Even without the internal changes beforehand, it is quite jarring, almost to the point of CharacterDerailment.

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* SexIsLiberation: [[spoiler: Seven of Nine]] in Shadows of the Night. Even without the internal changes beforehand, it is quite jarring, almost to the point of CharacterDerailment.
18th Dec '15 10:04:06 PM nombretomado
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The Unity Saga is an epic Franchise/StarTrek[=/=]StarWars crossover by [[WEbsite/SFDebris Chuck Sonnenberg]] telling the story of Unity, the path to peace between two galaxies. The story is told in two trilogies:

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The Unity Saga is an epic Franchise/StarTrek[=/=]StarWars crossover by [[WEbsite/SFDebris [[Website/SFDebris Chuck Sonnenberg]] telling the story of Unity, the path to peace between two galaxies. The story is told in two trilogies:



* AuthorAppeal: At one point, Darth Whind says that the only one who can stop them [her and Luke, as well as the Empire] is the former Borg (with enhanced reflexes and strength) Seven-Of-Nine... and Ben Sisko. If you have ever watched [[SFDebris SF Debris']] opinionated guides to Deep Space Nine, he's a ''massive'' fan of Ben Sisko and Seven of Nine is his favorite character from Voyager aside, perhaps, from the holographic Doctor.

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* AuthorAppeal: At one point, Darth Whind says that the only one who can stop them [her and Luke, as well as the Empire] is the former Borg (with enhanced reflexes and strength) Seven-Of-Nine... and Ben Sisko. If you have ever watched [[SFDebris SF Debris']] WebSite/SFDebris opinionated guides to Deep Space Nine, he's a ''massive'' fan of Ben Sisko and Seven of Nine is his favorite character from Voyager aside, perhaps, from the holographic Doctor.
6th Oct '15 8:46:14 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* ThenLetMeBeEvil: Luke basically talks himself into falling to the dark side, and the emotion that does it is fear of falling to the dark side. He's so convinced that emotion-powered force use is inherently evil and everyone will hate him for it that after destroying a Borg fleet to rescue Seven he falls into despair and switches sides. The disconnect means that the real Luke never fell, and the Sith Lord version is just an emotional shell he built around himself that does evil for evil's sake but doesn't enjoy it.
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