History YMMV / StarTrekTheNextGenerationRelaunch

23rd Feb '16 9:24:17 AM BrotherFlounder
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** Between sudden abrupt shifts in characterization of the new characters introduced in the previous two books, the death of [[spoiler:Janeway]], and, in the eyes of some readers, a ludicrous plot, "Before Dishonor" was not well received by a good chunk of the fandom.

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** Between sudden abrupt shifts in characterization of the new characters introduced in the previous two books, books[[note]]to the point where it was blatantly obvious that Peter David hadn't communicated with the other authors whatsoever - for instance, one happily-married character was suddenly lusting after the new security chief, who was most definitely NOT her husband[[/note]], the death of [[spoiler:Janeway]], and, in the eyes of some readers, a ludicrous plot, "Before Dishonor" was not well received by a good chunk of the fandom.
23rd Feb '16 9:21:56 AM BrotherFlounder
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** Between sudden abrupt shifts in characterization of the new characters introduced in the previous two books, the death of [[spoiler:Janeway]], and, in the eyes of some readers, a ludicrous plot, "Before Dishonor" was not well received by a good chunk of the fandom.
5th Aug '14 8:50:14 PM IlGreven
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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by ''Vendetta''. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[note]]Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''Voyager'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity[[/note]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]

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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by ''Vendetta''.''Vendetta''[[note]]Of course, since both were written by PeterDavid, Your Mileage May Vary[[/note]]. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[note]]Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''Voyager'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity[[/note]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]
6th May '14 10:20:55 AM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: The Borg Queen, arguably even more so than usual.
26th Aug '13 10:17:37 AM Willbyr
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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized, in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by Vendetta. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[hottip:*: Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''Voyager'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]

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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized, theorized in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by Vendetta.''Vendetta''. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[hottip:*: Your novel[[note]]Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''Voyager'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity]]), continuity[[/note]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]
12th Jun '13 3:25:46 PM TVRulezAgain
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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized, in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series pretty much outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by Vendetta. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[hottip:*: Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''Voyager'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]

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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized, in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series pretty much outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by Vendetta. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[hottip:*: Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''Voyager'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]



** Pretty much ''all'' of ''Q&A''.

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** Pretty much ''all'' ''All'' of ''Q&A''.
7th Jan '13 9:51:10 PM TheFellMind
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* BaseBreaker: The deaths (or apparent deaths) of [[spoiler:Kathryn Janeway and Montgomery Scott]].
21st Jun '12 10:36:22 PM IlGreven
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** It should be noted that ''Before Dishonor'', ''Vendetta'', and ''[[spoiler:StarTrekNewFrontier]]'' were all written by PeterDavid.
25th May '12 5:12:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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* HighOctaneNightmareFuel: The [[OmnicidalManiac new]] [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge and]] [[KillAllHumans improved]] [[AxCrazy Borg]].

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* HighOctaneNightmareFuel: NightmareFuel: The [[OmnicidalManiac new]] [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge and]] [[KillAllHumans improved]] [[AxCrazy Borg]].
24th May '12 5:09:20 PM SithkingZero
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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized, in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series pretty much outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by Vendetta. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[hottip:*: Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''[[StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]

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** Also counts as a ContinuityNod to the older novel ''Vendetta'' which featured [[spoiler: the ''completed'' version of the thing. You read that right. The one in The Doomsday Machine was theorized, in ''Vendetta'' to be a ''PROTOTYPE'' that was launched because the war between the creators of the original machine and the Borg was going badly for the good guys. This series pretty much outright ''confirms'' the theory established years ago by Vendetta. The final version went into something like Warp 9.999999999999-ad infinitum (Warp 10 was still "unreachable" at the time Peter David wrote the novel[[hottip:*: Your Mileage May Vary if it still is or not, given that the ''[[StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' ''Voyager'' episode ''Threshold'' has largely been written out of continuity]]), with its pilot, linked to the minds of the ship (essentially making the ship a sentient collective- the irony abounds) intending to go straight for the Borg homeworld and devour it before she died of phaser wounds that should have been fatal.]]
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