History YMMV / StarTrekTitan

10th Mar '16 7:46:30 PM Spotts1701
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---> "Would you rather be killed by a pissed-off Izarian?"

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---> --> "Would you rather be killed by a pissed-off Izarian?"
10th Mar '16 7:46:12 PM Spotts1701
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** Vale then piles on
---> "Would you rather be killed by a pissed-off Izarian?"
30th Nov '15 5:08:23 PM DGCatAniSiri
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** In 'Orion's Hounds,' Riker gives Deanna the honor of naming a newly discovered star. She names it Kestra, after her older sister, who died when Deanna was still a baby, and Lwaxana hid the existence of until the episode "Dark Page."
** When it comes time to name her daughter, Deanna decides to name her Natasha, after Tasha Yar.
2nd Apr '13 7:59:07 AM Austin
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* ContinuityPorn: The first few novels alone have {{Call Back}}s to previous films, series and books, including locations and characters from StarTrekTheLostEra. One particular mission by [[Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry Captain Sulu of the Excelsior]] is a massive part of the second book's plot and backstory.



* WhiteMansBurden: Whether Riker is an actual example of it as the white human captain of an almost totally non-human/non-humanoid crew is debatable. The fact that he spends most of his time in the novels wringing his hands worrying that people will think this of him isn't.

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* WhiteMansBurden: Whether Riker is an actual example of it as the white human captain of an almost totally non-human/non-humanoid crew is debatable. The fact that he spends most of his time in the novels wringing his hands worrying that people will think this of him isn't.
23rd Nov '12 8:39:35 PM nombretomado
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* {{Wangst}}: And we're talking ''[[BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' levels of it, here.

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* {{Wangst}}: And we're talking ''[[BuffyTheVampireSlayer ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' levels of it, here.
24th May '12 10:20:43 PM nombretomado
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* ContinuityPorn: The first few novels alone have {{Call Back}}s to previous films, series and books, including locations and characters from StarTrekTheLostEra. One particular mission by [[TheUndiscoveredCountry Captain Sulu of the Excelsior]] is a massive part of the second book's plot and backstory.

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* ContinuityPorn: The first few novels alone have {{Call Back}}s to previous films, series and books, including locations and characters from StarTrekTheLostEra. One particular mission by [[TheUndiscoveredCountry [[Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry Captain Sulu of the Excelsior]] is a massive part of the second book's plot and backstory.
24th Apr '12 4:56:03 PM derangednasat
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** Plus the end of ''Synthesis'', when [[spoiler: Second-Gen White-Blue returns, declaring her intention to join the team for good]]:

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** Plus the end of ''Synthesis'', when [[spoiler: Second-Gen White-Blue returns, declaring her his intention to join the team for good]]:
13th May '11 6:30:46 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* DethroningMomentOfSuck: When Riker took some time to {{Wangst}} about coming from a culture "built on rape and violence" in what is possibly one of the most blatant White Shame sequences in all fiction. If that didn't do it for you, there's the bit where he endangered a Star Jelly ship that, despite having a full crew, also happened to have his ''wife'' aboard, to try and save a Crystalline Entity... which had just been established as having all the intelligence of a ''starving, rabid wolf''.
27th Apr '11 11:19:34 AM 84788484
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* DethroningMomentOfSuck: When Riker took some time to {{Wangst}} about coming from a culture "built on rape and violence" in what is possibly one of the most blatant White Shame sequences in all fiction. If that didn't do it for you, there's the bit where he endangered a Star Jelly ship that, despite having a full crew, also happened to have his ''wife'' aboard, to try and save a Crystalline Entity... which had just been established as having all the intelligence of a ''starving, rabid wolf''.




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* WhiteMansBurden: Whether Riker is an actual example of it as the white human captain of an almost totally non-human/non-humanoid crew is debatable. The fact that he spends most of his time in the novels wringing his hands worrying that people will think this of him isn't.
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