History YMMV / StarTrekVoyagerRelaunch

24th Mar '18 8:55:16 PM DGCatAniSiri
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** After Icheb learns about the consequences of the alterations done to him by his parents, how their genetic virus meant to kill the Borg shut off his ability to feel intense emotion (meant to spare him pain during assimilation, and, naturally, not expecting him to ever have the opportunity to experience love), he is still determined to have a romantic relationship with Phinn Bryce.
28th Jan '18 2:01:32 PM ACW
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*CompleteMonster: [[InsaneAdmiral Commander Jefferson Briggs]], from ''Acts of Contrition'' and ''Atonement'', is an officer with Starfleet Medical assigned to find a cure for the mysterious [[ThePlague catom virus]]. He quickly realizes that he accidentally started the virus when he killed a Borg just as the [[SufficientlyAdvancedAliens Caeliar]] were [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence ascending them to a higher level of existence]], causing the catoms transforming it to bond with an airborne virus and mutate it. However, since Briggs sees the Caeliar as a threat to the Federation, he decides to try and control catoms under cover of supposedly searching for a cure. In fact, instead of quarantining the plague and allowing it to burn out, he [[SyntheticPlague deliberately spreads it]] to other Federation worlds, killing thousands. He has already used illegal genetic engineering to create a member of an extinct species whose genome he has been studying and creates 1,961 copies of her, most of which he kills by experimenting on them with catoms. He uses dubious means to co-opt a number of former Borg drones, including [[WouldHurtAChild children of former drones]], as a new source of catoms and, when he learns they [[ImHavingSoulPains feel the pain of the experiment subjects killed by their catoms]], is quick to use it as a [[MindRape means]] of ensuring their co-operation. In the end, the only solution the Federation can come up with is to [[TheAlcatraz imprison him somewhere where he'll never be heard of again]].
1st Aug '17 4:47:29 PM Scorntex
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* {{Iron Woobie}}: Eden. She blames herself for the death of Admiral Janeway, for whom the crew of her new ship is still in mourning; she is forced to serve under the command of her obnoxious ex-husband; said ex-husband is revealed to be [[spoiler: a member of Species 8472 who only married her to make his cover more convincing]], and finally, her own {{Quest For Identity}} becomes a struggle to [[spoiler: stop herself from being possessed by a cosmic force intent on committing genocide and/or destroying the multiverse]]; all this, while not only keeping a cool head, but doing everything she can to protect the hundreds of lives on her shoulders as commander of the fleet.
* {{The Scrappy}}: Astall, to a great many (in fact, her species, the Huanni, tend to be this in general to some readers, though they have their fans).
* TearJerker: Chakotay's reaction to [[spoiler: Janeway's death]] in ''Full Circle''. Just after they [[spoiler: finally decided to become a couple]].

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* {{Iron Woobie}}: CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming:
** Pretty much all the opening chapters of ''Homecoming'', including Tom's first look at little Miral
-->''As he watched, she yawned and waved a tiny fist in the air, almost defiantly, as if she dared anyone to come between her and a nap.\\
'''Tom Paris:''' She's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen.
*** Tom's reunion with his dad, who foregoes a lifetime of emotional distance and ''hugs'' him.
* IronWoobie:
Eden. She blames herself for the death of Admiral Janeway, for whom the crew of her new ship is still in mourning; she is forced to serve under the command of her obnoxious ex-husband; said ex-husband is revealed to be [[spoiler: a member of Species 8472 who only married her to make his cover more convincing]], and finally, her own {{Quest For Identity}} becomes a struggle to [[spoiler: stop herself from being possessed by a cosmic force intent on committing genocide and/or destroying the multiverse]]; all this, while not only keeping a cool head, but doing everything she can to protect the hundreds of lives on her shoulders as commander of the fleet.
* {{The Scrappy}}: TheScrappy: Astall, to a great many (in fact, her species, the Huanni, tend to be this in general to some readers, though they have their fans).
* TearJerker: TearJerker:
** For any dog lovers, there's Janeway's reunion with her Irish setter, Molly, on coming home. After seven years, Janeway's own dog doesn't even recognise her, and Janeway has to sadly admit she's more her ex-fiancée's dog now.
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Chakotay's reaction to [[spoiler: Janeway's death]] in ''Full Circle''. Just after they [[spoiler: finally decided to become a couple]].
28th Jan '14 6:12:04 PM lauraschiller
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\n** What the Doctor does, with Zimmerman's compassionate but misguided assistance, in ''Protectors''. [[spoiler: He still loves Seven so much that he cannot endure seeing her with someone else, especially a former womanizer like Cambridge who could easily break her heart, but he also loves her too much to say or do anything to cast a shadow on her happiness. His only option is to use technology to suppress his feelings ... and it still doesn't completely work.]]
5th Nov '13 3:40:10 PM lauraschiller
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* {{Iron Woobie}}: Eden. She blames herself for the death of Admiral Janeway, for whom the crew of her new ship is still in mourning; she is forced to serve under the command of her obnoxious ex-husband; said ex-husband is revealed to be [[spoiler: a member of Species 8472 who only married her to make his cover more convincing]], and finally, her own {{Quest For Identity}} becomes a struggle to [[spoiler: stop herself from being possessed by a cosmic force intent on committing genocide and/or destroying the multiverse]]; all this, while not only keeping a cool head, but doing everything she can to protect the hundreds of lives on her shoulders as commander of the fleet.
7th Jan '13 9:32:15 PM TheFellMind
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* AuthorsSavingThrow: [[spoiler:Janeway's resurrection]] in ''The Eternal Tide''.
25th Dec '11 2:51:59 PM MagBas
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* YourMileageMayVary: The series is rather polarizing among fans of the Star Trek novels, the first four books in particular. ''Full Circle'' and ''Unworthy'' are a lot less divisive, with the majority enjoying them greatly. Some readers, however, are irritated by [[spoiler: Janeway's death]], and lost interest [[spoiler: without her]].

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* YourMileageMayVary: The series is rather polarizing among fans of the Star Trek novels, the first four books in particular. ''Full Circle'' and ''Unworthy'' are a lot less divisive, with the majority enjoying them greatly. Some readers, however, are irritated by [[spoiler: Janeway's death]], and lost interest [[spoiler: without her]].

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