History Franchise / StarTrekNovelVerse

16th Jan '17 9:26:57 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Badass}}: Taran'atar, the Jem'Hadar soldier, is humiliated when young human children fail to relate to him as this. They want him to pick them up, because he's funny and looks like an alligator, apparently. He was rather confused and disappointed. See: ''Literature/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineRelaunch''.
27th Dec '16 7:06:44 AM Nasat
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27th Nov '16 11:05:22 AM Spotts1701
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* ''Star Trek: Elusive Salvation''


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* ''Literature/StarTrekLegacies'': Three books.
* ''Literature/StarTrekPrey'': Three books.
28th Oct '16 11:38:27 AM Synch
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* ''Literature/StarTrekDepartmentOfTemporalInvestigations'' (DTI): Two books followed by two novellas.

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* ''Literature/StarTrekDepartmentOfTemporalInvestigations'' (DTI): Two books followed by two three novellas.
26th Oct '16 9:18:34 PM PaulA
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* ''Literature/StarTrekNewFrontier'': Twenty-two books, eighteen of which are in the series proper, plus quite a few short stories) - Follows the adventures of Xenexian Captain Mackenzie Calhoun of the ''Ambassador''-class USS ''Excalibur'', a [[TheKirk Kirk-like]] captain whose rebellious and impulsive nature is a return to the 'cowboy diplomacy' of the original series. Written entirely by PeterDavid, it is notable among Trek literature in that it exists relatively independently from the rest of Trek canon, taking place concurrently with [=TNG=], and its independent nature allows more creative freedom with characters and their [[AnyoneCanDie fates]].

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* ''Literature/StarTrekNewFrontier'': Twenty-two books, eighteen of which are in the series proper, plus quite a few short stories) - Follows the adventures of Xenexian Captain Mackenzie Calhoun of the ''Ambassador''-class USS ''Excalibur'', a [[TheKirk Kirk-like]] captain whose rebellious and impulsive nature is a return to the 'cowboy diplomacy' of the original series. Written entirely by PeterDavid, Creator/PeterDavid, it is notable among Trek literature in that it exists relatively independently from the rest of Trek canon, taking place concurrently with [=TNG=], and its independent nature allows more creative freedom with characters and their [[AnyoneCanDie fates]].
21st Oct '16 9:23:37 AM Darth_Rasputin32898
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While there is never any official canon status to Trek books, the modern line of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' novels from Pocket Books tends to make an effort to be consistent in regards to continuity, with most novels from the year 2000 on generally set within the same reality. References to other books and series, crossovers, shared characters and story arcs between novels are the norm rather than the exception, although each series still aims to be accessible on its own. There is certainly no obligation to keep to a shared continuity, but most authors do so. BroadStrokes is common, but the majority of 21st Century Trek books have a considerably tighter continuity than many people think.

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While there is never not any official canon status to Trek books, the modern line of ''Franchise/StarTrek'' novels from Pocket Books tends to make an effort to be consistent in regards to continuity, with most novels from the year 2000 on generally set within the same reality. References to other books and series, crossovers, shared characters and story arcs between novels are the norm rather than the exception, although each series still aims to be accessible on its own. There is certainly no obligation to keep to a shared continuity, but most authors do so. BroadStrokes is common, but the majority of 21st Century Trek books have a considerably tighter continuity than many people think.
7th Oct '16 11:27:17 AM WillKeaton
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The '''Star Trek Novel Verse''' is an unofficial fan-used name for the 21st Century ''Franchise/StarTrek'' novels with a shared continuity, part of the Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse.

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The '''Star Trek Novel Verse''' is an unofficial fan-used name for the 21st Century ''Franchise/StarTrek'' novels with a shared continuity, part of the Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse.
''Franchise/StarTrek'' [[Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]].
27th Jul '16 2:02:33 PM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: One of the most triumphant examples is Weyoun, in ''Literature/StarTrekMillennium''.
23rd Jul '16 7:38:43 PM StarSword
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* ''Literature/{{Rihannsu}}'': Five books begun before the TNG era. Though heavily {{jossed}} by ENT and ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'', some of the worldbuilding and language was borrowed for later books, including the ''Romulan War'' sub-series of the ENT Relaunch.
18th Jul '16 8:00:45 AM longWriter
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* VestigialEmpire: Back and forth with the Romulans, post ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''. In the immediate aftermath, the Romulan Star Empire [[BalkaniseMe fragmented into factions]]. Praetor Tal'aura and Proconsul Tomalak ''were'' able to reunite most of them, as the Federation sought to maintain peace along the borders (the Klingons [[StopHelpingMe "helped"]] by making Remus a protectorate). Commander Donatra, however, declared the worlds and fleets loyal to her independent. Between losing territory to Donatra, uprisings on the outworlds, and the damage from the [[Literature/StarTrekDestiny Borg Invasion]], the Empire was less than half its former size. It was explicitly stated in ''Literature/StarTrekArticlesOfTheFederation'' that the Romulans were no longer a superpower. However, they bounced back thanks to [[VillainTeamUp membership in]] [[Literature/StarTrekTyphonPact the Typhon Pact]]. That said, the empire will presumably collapse again when Romulus is destroyed (though we're still a few years short of that in the current timeframe...)

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* VestigialEmpire: Back and forth with the Romulans, post ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''. In the immediate aftermath, the Romulan Star Empire [[BalkaniseMe fragmented into factions]]. Praetor Tal'aura and Proconsul Tomalak ''were'' able to reunite most of them, as the Federation sought to maintain peace along the borders (the Klingons [[StopHelpingMe [[UnwantedAssistance "helped"]] by making Remus a protectorate). Commander Donatra, however, declared the worlds and fleets loyal to her independent. Between losing territory to Donatra, uprisings on the outworlds, and the damage from the [[Literature/StarTrekDestiny Borg Invasion]], the Empire was less than half its former size. It was explicitly stated in ''Literature/StarTrekArticlesOfTheFederation'' that the Romulans were no longer a superpower. However, they bounced back thanks to [[VillainTeamUp membership in]] [[Literature/StarTrekTyphonPact the Typhon Pact]]. That said, the empire will presumably collapse again when Romulus is destroyed (though we're still a few years short of that in the current timeframe...)
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