History Literature / StarTrekNewFrontier

9th Jan '17 3:18:38 AM Doc_Loki
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** In one combat, a security officer named [[Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina Burton]] is knocked out by a piece of masonry dislodged by an over eager shot.
26th Dec '16 3:34:55 PM Xtifr
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* {{Nakama}}: The crew of the ''Excalibur'' is probably the single closest crew in the StarTrekExpandedUniverse and only the original ''Enterprise'' crew probably comes close to being willing to go to the bat for each other.


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* TrueCompanions: The crew of the ''Excalibur'' is probably the single closest crew in the StarTrekExpandedUniverse and only the original ''Enterprise'' crew probably comes close to being willing to go to the bat for each other.
4th Nov '16 7:34:55 AM dlchen145
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''Star Trek: New Frontier'' is a series of novels from the Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse written by Creator/PeterDavid. Set contemporaneously with ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', it follows the most {{badass}} captain in Starfleet history, Captain Mackenzie Calhoun, and his rather unorthodox crew in their journeys of Sector 221-G, Thallonian Space. The Thallonian Empire has fallen, and Calhoun and crew have been sent in to show the flag, and hopefully get the region back on its feet.

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''Star Trek: New Frontier'' is a series of novels from the Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse written by Creator/PeterDavid. Set contemporaneously with ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', it follows the most {{badass}} badass captain in Starfleet history, Captain Mackenzie Calhoun, and his rather unorthodox crew in their journeys of Sector 221-G, Thallonian Space. The Thallonian Empire has fallen, and Calhoun and crew have been sent in to show the flag, and hopefully get the region back on its feet.
17th Feb '16 5:50:01 AM Dehumanizer
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** Jelico thinks Captain Kirk was a blowhard who liked to show just how little he thought of Star Fleet Command by filing the most rediculous reports--like that one time that he claimed someone had stolen his first officer's brain . . .

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** Jelico thinks Captain Kirk was a blowhard who liked to show just how little he thought of Star Fleet Command by filing the most rediculous ridiculous reports--like that one time that he claimed someone had stolen his first officer's brain . . .
12th Jan '16 1:14:19 AM CharlesPhipps
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* {{Expy}}: Captain Calhoun has many qualities with Conan the Barbarian.
** WordOfGod claims Captain Calhoun is based on the historical William Wallace who was a teenager when he did many of his great deeds.
10th Jan '16 1:11:09 PM CharlesPhipps
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10th Jan '16 1:10:26 PM CharlesPhipps
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'''Novels, Short Stories, and Comics in the series:'''

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'''Novels, Short Stories, and Comics in the series:'''
[[folder: Main Series]]



* ''Once Burned'' (Captain's Table, book 5)
* ''Double or Nothing'' (Double Helix, book 5)



* ''Being Human''
* ''Gods Above''
* ''Stone And Anvil''



* ''Double Time'' (comic)
* ''Cold Wars'' (Gateways, book 6)
* ''Death After Life'' (part of Gateways, book 7 ''What Lay Beyond'')
* ''Being Human''
* ''Gods Above''
* ''Stone And Anvil''
* ''No Limits'' (short story anthology)
* ''Stone Cold Truths'' (part of ''Tales of the Dominion War'')



* ''Pain Management'' (part of ''Tales from the Captain's Table'')



* ''Cutting Ties'' (part of ''Literature/StarTrekMirrorUniverse'', book 2 ''Obsidian Alliances'')
* ''Turnaround'' (comic)
* ''Homecoming'' (part of ''Literature/StarTrekMirrorUniverse'', book 3 ''Shards and Shadows'')



* ''The Returned'' (3-part eNovel; release date Summer 2015)

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* ''The Returned'' (3-part eNovel; release date Summer 2015)
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[[folder: Spin-offs]]
* ''Once Burned'' (Captain's Table, book 5)
* ''Double or Nothing'' (Double Helix, book 5)
* ''Double Time'' (comic)
* ''Cold Wars'' (Gateways, book 6)
* ''Death After Life'' (part of Gateways, book 7 ''What Lay Beyond'')
* ''No Limits'' (short story anthology)
* ''Stone Cold Truths'' (part of ''Tales of the Dominion War'')
* ''Pain Management'' (part of ''Tales from the Captain's Table'')
* ''Cutting Ties'' (part of ''Literature/StarTrekMirrorUniverse'', book 2 ''Obsidian Alliances'')
* ''Turnaround'' (comic)
* ''Homecoming'' (part of ''Literature/StarTrekMirrorUniverse'', book 3 ''Shards and Shadows'')
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8th Jan '16 8:06:00 AM CharlesPhipps
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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: It is quite possibly the greatest example of such in the history of fiction, let alone the StarTrekExpandedUniverse. Several books {{Lampshade}} each of the crew of the ''Excalibur'' would be the resident CloudCookooLander on their vessel but together they form a formidable but insane group.

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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: It is quite possibly the greatest example of such in the history of fiction, let alone the StarTrekExpandedUniverse. Several books {{Lampshade}} each of the crew of the ''Excalibur'' would be the resident CloudCookooLander CloudCuckooLander on their vessel but together they form a formidable but insane group.
7th Jan '16 10:06:11 PM CharlesPhipps
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* ActorAllusion: Morgan Primus, who is apparently "Number One" from the original Star Trek pilot (played by Majel Barrett). A RunningGag has her constantly compared to ''every'' character Majel Barrett played. And she eventually ends up inside the computer (Barrett also provided the computer voice in modern Trek).
** In ''Stone and Anvil'', Picard is asked if he runs Starfleet Academy. He responds he wouldn't want to run a [[Film/{{X-Men}} school of gifted youngsters]].
7th Jan '16 10:05:40 PM CharlesPhipps
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* AscendedExtra: Shelby, Selar, Lefler and Jellico were all guest characters on ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.

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* AscendedExtra: Shelby, Selar, Lefler and Jellico were all guest (or in Lefler's case, minor) characters on ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.''StarTrekTheNextGeneration.''



* CatFolk: M'Ress.

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* CatFolk: M'Ress.M'Ress from ''Star Trek: The Animated Series'' becomes a crew member.



** The entirety of the ''Excalibur'' to Admiral Jellico's distaste.



* {{Nakama}}: The crew of the ''Excalibur'' is probably the single closest crew in the StarTrekExpandedUniverse and only the original ''Enterprise'' crew probably comes close to being willing to go to the bat for each other.



* NighInvulnerability: Morgan Primus.

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* NighInvulnerability: Morgan Primus.Primus has this as a superpower.


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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: It is quite possibly the greatest example of such in the history of fiction, let alone the StarTrekExpandedUniverse. Several books {{Lampshade}} each of the crew of the ''Excalibur'' would be the resident CloudCookooLander on their vessel but together they form a formidable but insane group.


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* WorldOfSnark: The crew of the ''Excalibur'' seem to have been chosen for their skill at their field, their completely broken personalities, their strong sense of loyalty, and their utter smartassery.
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