History Literature / StarTrekNewFrontier

21st May '17 3:05:28 PM IlGreven
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* MilesGloriosus: The man himself shows up at The Captain's Table, and complains loudly that a 16-year-old M'k'n'zy of Calhoun is sitting at his table. He relents when Calhoun gains the upper hand and pins his beard to the table with his own knife.
14th May '17 8:52:38 AM IlGreven
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** To date, almost no details have been given about the Federation's war against the Selelvians and their allies, the Tholians (of all races, who were never mentioned in the series even ONCE prior to the event). Of note, after the war, Calhoun and Admiral Jellico are great friends, with no explanation given.

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** To date, almost no details have been given about the Federation's war against the Selelvians and their allies, the Tholians (of all races, who (who were never mentioned in likely angry at being denied ambrosia by the series even ONCE prior to Beings and having one of their ships destroyed by them...and somehow blaming the event).Federation for that). Of note, after the war, Calhoun and Admiral Jellico are great friends, with no explanation given.
10th Apr '17 3:45:09 AM Batman1016
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** Also in ''Double or Nothing,'' we get "[[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat I've been wanting to say this for ages]]...Fire at Will.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Referring to Will Riker, in a guest appearance.[[/labelnote]]"

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** Also in ''Double or Nothing,'' we get "[[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat I've been wanting to say this for ages]]...Fire at Will.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Referring "[[labelnote:Explanation]]Referring to Will Riker, in a guest appearance.[[/labelnote]]"[[/labelnote]]
10th Apr '17 3:44:20 AM Batman1016
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** In of the novels, we get "[[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat I've been wanting to say this for ages]]...Fire at Will."

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** In of the novels, Also in ''Double or Nothing,'' we get "[[IAlwaysWantedToSayThat I've been wanting to say this for ages]]...Fire at Will."[[labelnote:Explanation]]Referring to Will Riker, in a guest appearance.[[/labelnote]]"
10th Apr '17 3:33:02 AM Batman1016
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* {{Retcon}}: The TimeTravel hijinks of ''Double Time'' were introduced as a means of explaining an earlier continuity error, which saw Selar suffering what was apparently the LongestPregnancyEver. Turns out thanks to the {{Retcon}} that the central characters "missed" a year or two.

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* {{Retcon}}: The TimeTravel hijinks of ''Double Time'' were introduced as a means of explaining an earlier continuity error, which saw Selar suffering what was apparently the LongestPregnancyEver. Turns out thanks to the {{Retcon}} that the central characters "missed" a year or two.and a half. This turned out to be a convenient explanation for why they had no involvement in the Dominion War as well.


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** A literal, in-universe time skip in ''Double Time'' when they time travel backwards four days, then try to return and accidentally overshoot . . . by 16 ''months!''
10th Apr '17 3:22:27 AM Batman1016
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** To date, almost no details have been given about the Federation's war against the Selelvians and their allies, the Tholians (of all races, who were never mentioned in the series even ONCE prior to the event). Of note, after the war, Calhoun and Admiral Jellico are great friends, with no explanation given.
10th Apr '17 2:44:26 AM Batman1016
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** Calhoun goes a little nuts (in response to [[spoiler:Xenex]] as noted above), and helps the Dayan exterminate [[spoiler:the D'myurj]] to nearly the last man (last two, to be precise).
10th Apr '17 2:34:05 AM Batman1016
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* AnyoneCanDie: Particularly in the later half of the series. The most notable death is probably [[spoiler:Si Cwan]] in ''Missing In Action'', but there's also [[spoiler:Selar, Dr. Villers, and Mick Gold]] in ''Treason'', plus [[spoiler: Gleau and Janos (more or less)]] in ''Stone and Anvil'' and [[spoiler:Morgan Primus and Admiral Nechayev]] in ''Blind Man's Bluff.''

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* AnyoneCanDie: Particularly in the later half of the series. The most notable death is probably [[spoiler:Si Cwan]] in ''Missing In Action'', but there's also [[spoiler:Selar, Dr. Villers, and Mick Gold]] in ''Treason'', plus [[spoiler: Gleau and Janos (more or less)]] in ''Stone and Anvil'' and [[spoiler:Morgan Primus and Admiral Nechayev]] in ''Blind Man's Bluff.'''' [[spoiler:Dead-chayev turned out to be a EvilKnockoff, however.]]
5th Mar '17 11:02:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Pretty much any story with warring factions seems to an allusion to the ArabIsraeliConflict. In "Cold Wars", the final result of this is shown, brutally and effectively: The planet they were warring on is now uninhabitable.

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Pretty much any story with warring factions seems to an allusion to the ArabIsraeliConflict.UsefulNotes/ArabIsraeliConflict. In "Cold Wars", the final result of this is shown, brutally and effectively: The planet they were warring on is now uninhabitable.
25th Feb '17 5:37:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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* CommonEyeColors: Calhoun's eyes are purple, but that's common for Xenexians. That said, he seems almost disappointed when he learns just how common they are.
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