History Fanfic / MarissaPicard

5th Jun '16 12:21:16 PM Tarlonniel
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* RedEyesTakeWarning: In the Marissa parody fic ''[[http://home.ix.netcom.com/~mblackwl/borged.txt Borged to Death!]]'', Marissa's eyes glow red whenever she gets very, very angry.
20th Mar '16 8:44:34 PM tracer
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* KidHero: Boy, is she ever!
1st Feb '16 9:25:42 PM rjd1922
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Maybe with a disclaimer: it's important to note that this character is NOT a parody or satire on MarySue characters. If it were, it would be pure and absolute genius... but sadly, the author is actually ''serious.''

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Maybe with a disclaimer: it's important to note that [[PoesLaw this character is NOT a parody or satire satire]] on MarySue characters. If it were, it would be pure and absolute genius... but sadly, the author is actually ''serious.''
17th Sep '15 8:43:24 AM DynamiteXI
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* HumiliationConga: Carving graffiti into a Cardassian ship with the Enterprise's phasers. Also, routinely the fate of any adult who dares question why the hell a bunch of kids are allowed access to the most sophisticated equipment Mankind has ever devised, in the most dangerous mileu possible.

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* HumiliationConga: Carving graffiti into a Cardassian ship with the Enterprise's phasers. Also, routinely the fate of any adult who dares question why the hell a bunch of kids are allowed access to the most sophisticated equipment Mankind has ever devised, in the most dangerous mileu milieu possible.
11th Jun '15 6:31:36 PM SuddenFrost
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* EternalSeptember: {{Averted}}; posted before the Internet became mainstream in 1996.
6th Mar '15 7:32:15 PM pikachukid
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** Someone familiar with the fanfic has listed the character on IMDB as Marissa Flores.

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** Someone familiar with the fanfic has listed the character on IMDB as Marissa Flores. Flores (although this is how it appears at the end of the episode)
4th Jan '15 4:18:33 AM AirofMystery
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* [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Does This Remind You Of Anything]]/[[SignificantAnagram Significant Anagram]]: The Naklab system, with M-class planets Nevolsia, Troac, Sobnia, and Bresa. Troac and Bresa are fighting over Sobnia. Marissa, aged fourteen, negotiates a system-wide 'tready' by locking the ambassadors into the conference room and refusing to let them out until they behave.

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* [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Does This Remind You Of Anything]]/[[SignificantAnagram Significant Anagram]]: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkans The Naklab system, system]], with M-class planets Nevolsia, Troac, Sobnia, and Bresa. Troac and Bresa are fighting over Sobnia. Marissa, aged fourteen, negotiates a system-wide 'tready' by locking the ambassadors into the conference room and refusing to let them out until they behave.
2nd Jan '15 10:23:30 AM TheUnsquished
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* InThePastEveryoneWillBeFamous: Yes, Marissa gets to meet BillClinton and Prince William...

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* InThePastEveryoneWillBeFamous: Yes, Marissa gets to meet BillClinton UsefulNotes/BillClinton and Prince William...
2nd Sep '14 5:36:13 PM MarkLungo
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* ThePope: In "A Royal Mess, Part 2", The Pontiff shows up in his own starship and blasts some Romulans. He later makes a few other appearances along the same lines.

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* ThePope: UsefulNotes/ThePope: In "A Royal Mess, Part 2", The Pontiff shows up in his own starship and blasts some Romulans. He later makes a few other appearances along the same lines.
2nd Sep '14 5:33:52 PM MarkLungo
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In late 1993, one Stephen Ratliff wrote a ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' FixFic to rescue the alternate-timeline Tasha Yar and redeem her half-Romulan daughter Sela, and posted it to the {{Usenet}} group alt.startrek.creative. As a B-plot, Ratliff took several of the [[IncrediblyLamePun minor]] preteen characters who appeared in single episodes of the series--notably including Marissa Flores and Jay Gordon from the episode "Disaster", Clara Sutter of "Imaginary Friend", and Worf's son Alexander--and gave them the keys to the saucer while the grown-ups were away.

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In late 1993, one Stephen Ratliff wrote a ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' FixFic to rescue the alternate-timeline Tasha Yar and redeem her half-Romulan daughter Sela, and posted it to the {{Usenet}} group alt.startrek.creative. As a B-plot, Ratliff took several of the [[IncrediblyLamePun minor]] preteen characters who appeared in single episodes of the series--notably including Marissa Flores and Jay Gordon from the episode "Disaster", "[[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS5E5Disaster Disaster]]", Clara Sutter of "Imaginary Friend", and Worf's son Alexander--and gave them the keys to the saucer while the grown-ups were away.
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