History Series / StarTrekVoyager

27th Oct '16 3:14:50 PM morenohijazo
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* BiotechIsBetter:
** The ship itself has bio-neural gelpacks that allow the computer to "think" more flexibly and operate faster. (The downside being that they could also be infected with viruses and bacteria.) It's one of the things that marks ''Voyager'' out as one of Starfleet's most advanced ships.
** Species 8472 of has "bioships" which resist Borg assimilation, are vastly superior to Borg cubes, and can destroy a planet by linking together. The Borg started the war with them because they wanted 8472's capabilities so bad.
24th Oct '16 10:09:26 AM FracturedArtifact
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* BadassAdorable: Kes is this. While normally soft-spoken and gentle, when an alien tries to take over her body, she tears his mind to pieces while giving him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech.
2nd Oct '16 6:58:27 AM PFMF
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** Rain to the Doctor in "Future´s End": "we have the Doctor. A Guy with the worst, worst taste in clothing I have ever seen." Taking into account that this is a time travel episode, it is very likely a shoutout to ''[[LiveActionTV/DoctorWho Doctor Who]]''.
22nd Aug '16 10:40:24 AM OddHack
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** In "Year of Hell", Torres and Kim play a game of historical "Guess Who?", with Torres failing to name the famous shuttle from ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact''. Seven, who has firsthand knowledge of the incident from the Borg archives, reveals that nobody in Starfleet is even even aware of Picard and the Borg Queen's meddling.

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** In "Year of Hell", Torres and Kim play a game of historical "Guess Who?", with Torres failing to name the famous shuttle from ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact''. Seven, who has firsthand knowledge of the incident from the Borg archives, reveals that nobody in Starfleet is even even aware of Picard and the Borg Queen's meddling.



** One episode calls all the way back to ''Undiscovered Country''. In the movie, Bones can't save Gorkon because he didn't know his anatomy. While attempting to design a new EMH in the show, Harry mentions that Voyager's medical library includes "Comparative Alien Physiology" by Leonard McCoy. Apparently Bones decided he didn't want something like that happening again.

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** One episode calls all the way back to ''Undiscovered Country''. In the movie, Bones can't save Gorkon because he didn't know his anatomy. While attempting to design a new EMH in the show, Harry mentions that Voyager's medical library includes "Comparative Alien Physiology" by Leonard McCoy.[=McCoy=]. Apparently Bones decided he didn't want something like that happening again.
13th Aug '16 1:50:58 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* FlockOfWolves: Of the three command officers on the Maquis ship, two of them were enemy agents from different governments.
-->'''Chakotay'': "You were working for her, Seska was working for them was anyone on that damn ship working for me?"



* GodGuise: Invoked by a group of Ferengi, previously seen in an episode of Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration, who ended up getting stuck in the Delta Quadrant after getting sucked in through a wormhole. They spent no time tricking and manipulating a planet's native race to start following the Rules of Acquisition and making them believe that the Ferengi were fabled gods of local legend.

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* GodGuise: Invoked by a group of Ferengi, previously seen in an episode of Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration, who ended up getting stuck in the Delta Quadrant after getting sucked in through a wormhole. They spent no time tricking and manipulating a planet's native race to start following the Rules of Acquisition and making them believe that the Ferengi were fabled gods of local legend. In practice their scam didn't go much farther than selling copies of the book at a markup.
31st Jul '16 2:07:47 PM nombretomado
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* ComicBookAdaptation: Malibu Comics initially won the rights to ''Voyager'' as a companion to its ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' title, but only got so far as to publish some preview art in a few industry periodicals before Paramount withdrew the rights to ''Star Trek'' from both Malibu and DCComics due to it launching a new Paramount Comics imprint with MarvelComics, which subsequently published a ''Voyager'' comic book. Later, DC obtained the licence for its Wildstorm imprint. IDW Comics currently holds the licence but as of 2014 has yet to publish a ''Voyager'' comic, though Seven of Nine is a main character in IDW's ''Next Generation'' miniseries ''Hive''.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: Malibu Comics initially won the rights to ''Voyager'' as a companion to its ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' title, but only got so far as to publish some preview art in a few industry periodicals before Paramount withdrew the rights to ''Star Trek'' from both Malibu and DCComics Creator/DCComics due to it launching a new Paramount Comics imprint with MarvelComics, which subsequently published a ''Voyager'' comic book. Later, DC obtained the licence for its Wildstorm imprint. IDW Comics currently holds the licence but as of 2014 has yet to publish a ''Voyager'' comic, though Seven of Nine is a main character in IDW's ''Next Generation'' miniseries ''Hive''.
10th Jul '16 2:49:47 AM Idran
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** The entire plotlines introduced in the episodes ''"Death Wish"'' and ''"The Q and the Grey"'' directly contradict the ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]'' episode ''"True Q"''. The Continuum had already been established as being willing to execute members who did not want to live within their rules. It was also demonstrated in that same episode that the Q could procreate and produce Q offspring. Thus the whole questions of inescapable immortality and what to do if Q start dying had in fact been answered in the earlier series. Both mortality and the production of new generations of Q were already shown to be possible. Further reinforced in the last season of ''Voyager'' when the Continuum demonstrates again that they can make Q Junior human (or an amoeba) if they see fit.

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** %%** The entire plotlines introduced in the episodes ''"Death Wish"'' and ''"The Q and the Grey"'' directly contradict the ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]'' episode ''"True Q"''. The Continuum had already been established as being willing to execute members who did not want to live within their rules. It was also demonstrated in that same episode that the Q could procreate and produce Q offspring. Thus the whole questions of inescapable immortality and what to do if Q start dying had in fact been answered in the earlier series. Both mortality and the production of new generations of Q were already shown to be possible. Further reinforced in the last season of ''Voyager'' when the Continuum demonstrates again that they can make Q Junior human (or an amoeba) if they see fit. <- Not Canon Discontinuity, it was specifically addressed in the episode that Q society supports capital punishment after deliberation amongst the entire Continuum has judged it warranted. These are examples of mortality being _forced_ on a person as a punishment for extreme crimes, Quinn's situation was about _desiring_ mortality _against_ the wishes of the Continuum.
9th Jul '16 10:24:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* DeadlyEnvironmentPrison: One episode has Kim and Paris being sent to an alien prison. The only access to it is a chute from which new prisoners and supplies are delivered. After some effort, Kim manages to climb the chute, only to find that the prison is actually free-floating in deep space. After that, all they can do is survive until ''Voyager'' finally manages to locate them.
7th Jul '16 3:47:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* RealMenTakeItBlack: Captain Janeway's DrinkOrder: "Coffee. Black." It's good stuff. [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun She beat the Borg with it]].
1st Jul '16 6:44:15 PM Ghidra15
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* DeathWorld:

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* DeathWorld: [[DeathWorld Death Quadrant]]: The Delta Quadrant.
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