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* TheFederation: Sassiank's Culture is this, though the member races seem to remain mostly distrustful of eachother.

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* TheFederation: Sassiank's Sassinak's Culture is this, though the member races seem to remain mostly distrustful of eachother.



* SpaceNavy: Sassinak becomes a Navy officer in the first book, and remains so throughtout the series.

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* SpaceNavy: Sassinak becomes a Navy officer in the first book, and remains so throughtout throughout the series.


* HumanPopsicle: How Sassiak's Great Aunt. Due to having been in Cryo sleep so long she ends up biologically younger then Sassinak.

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* HumanPopsicle: How Sassiak's Sassinak's Great Aunt. Due to having been in Cryo sleep so long she ends up biologically younger then Sassinak.

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* MadeASlave: Sassinak.


It is a continuation of [=McCaffrey=]'s ''Series/DinosaurPlanet'' books.

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It is a continuation of [=McCaffrey=]'s ''Series/DinosaurPlanet'' ''Literature/DinosaurPlanet'' books.


It is a continuation of [=McCaffrey=]'s ''Literature/DinosaurPlanet'' books.

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It is a continuation of [=McCaffrey=]'s ''Literature/DinosaurPlanet'' ''Series/DinosaurPlanet'' books.

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* SpacePirates: As you might expect from the series title. They evade the scale problems by mainly hitting settlements and ships near planets. They also go a step further in many cases, being PlanetLooters who will enslave and/or kill the inhabitants of a colony world, then settle their own people on it.


* PlanetLooters: A central theme of the series by Anne McCaffrey; the planet itself, with its colony-safe environment, is the resource the pirates are after.

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* PlanetLooters: A central theme of the series by Anne McCaffrey; series; the planet itself, with its colony-safe environment, is the resource the pirates are after.


* OrphansOrdeal: Sassinak

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* OrphansOrdeal: SassinakIn ''Sassinak'', SpacePirates destroy the title character's home, murders her parents, turns her best friend into a depressed wreck, and makes her their slave. She spends the rest of her life setting things right.
* PlanetLooters: A central theme of the series by Anne McCaffrey; the planet itself, with its colony-safe environment, is the resource the pirates are after.
* POVSequel: To the ''Dinosaur Planet'' books.

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* ForeignQueasine: In ''The Death of Sleep'', the vegan protagonist is undone when she realizes an hors d'oeuvre she's been enjoying actually contains meat.


''Planet Pirates'' is a series of SpaceOpera novels by Creator/ElizabethMoon and Creator/AnneMcCaffrey. It comprises of the novels:

* ''Sassinak''
* ''The Death of Sleep''
* ''Generation Warriors''

It is a continuation of the ''Literature/DinosaurPlanet'' books which were also jointly written by the same authors.

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''Planet Pirates'' is a series of SpaceOpera novels by Creator/ElizabethMoon Creator/ElizabethMoon, Creator/AnneMcCaffrey, and Creator/AnneMcCaffrey.Creator/JodyLynnNye. It comprises of the novels:

* ''Sassinak''
''Sassinak'' ([=McCaffrey=] and Moon)
* ''The Death of Sleep''
Sleep'' ([=McCaffrey=] and Nye)
* ''Generation Warriors''

Warriors'' ([=McCaffrey=] and Moon)

It is a continuation of the [=McCaffrey=]'s ''Literature/DinosaurPlanet'' books which were also jointly written by the same authors.books.


* TheAlternet: "Looking GLASS", the Galactic Library All-Search System.



* HeavyWorlder: And they have a major chip on their shoulder also see RealMenEatMeat.

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* HeavyWorlder: And they have a major chip on The genetically-enhanced Heavyworlders, due to their shoulder history, resent and distrust "lightweights" to the point of being open to manipulative propoganda and conspiracy theories by the planet pirates. In a greater society of near-universal vegetarians, they also see RealMenEatMeat.have to eat meat due to their altered metabolism.



* MagicPants: Wefts, the shapeshifting alien of the setting, are implied to shapeshift the appropriate clothing. Fanservice is generally avoided, however - they're naturally a species of crustacean with six sexes, and fall into the UncannyValley when assuming human form.



* NubileSavage: Lampsaded

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* NubileSavage: Lampsaded In-universe, with LampshadeHanging. Sassinak talks about a fanservice-heavy movie series about a gorgeous ActionGirl that she watched as a kid and mentions that now that she's older, she thinks it's rather unlikely that a girl who was raised as a slave in a mining colony would grow up to have the body of a supermodel, or that said girl could climb up a sheer cliff in the buff and reach the top looking like she'd just come back from the spa.



* RealMenEatMeat: The Heavyworlders take this view, unfortunatly they are part of a civilisation where vegetarianism is the law.

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* RealMenEatMeat: The Heavyworlders take this view, unfortunatly they are part making the best of a biological necessity that sets them apart in a civilisation where vegetarianism is the law. law.



* SpaceNavy: Sassinak becomes a Navy officer in the first book, and remains so throughtout the series.

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* SpaceNavy: Sassinak becomes a Navy officer in the first book, and remains so throughtout the series.series.
* {{Veganopia}}: Vegetarianism is legally mandated by The Federation, to such a strict degree that omnivorous species must unanimously swear off meat or be kicked out of the FSP. However, fish are eaten on colony worlds, while the heavyworlders and Seti ignore the rule on their own worlds. "Don't ask, don't tell" seems to be the effective rule.

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* FantasyContraception: There are contraceptive implants that last a few years before needing replacement.


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* FutureSlang:
** Characters use "Muhlah!" or "Mullah!" where we'd use "God!" or "Christ!" While this is clearly some sort of religious figure (there's also "Thank Muhlah!" and "Muhlah knew..."), further details are not provided.
** "Plasmic!" gets used once by a young boy as the equivalent of "cool!" or "awesome!"


It is a continuation of the ''Literature/DinasaurPlanet'' books which were also jointly written by the same authors.

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It is a continuation of the ''Literature/DinasaurPlanet'' ''Literature/DinosaurPlanet'' books which were also jointly written by the same authors.


This is a Series of Space Opera Novels by Creator/ElizabethMoon and Creator/AnneMcaffrey. It comprises of the Novels:

* Sassinak
* The Death of Sleep
* Generation Warriors

and is a continuation of the DinasourPlanet Books which where also jointly written by the same Authors.

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* Sassinak
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* Generation Warriors

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* SpaceNavy: Sassinak becomes a Navy officer in the first book, and remains so throughtout the series.

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* SpaceNavy: Sassinak becomes a Navy officer in the first book, and remains so throughtout the series.

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* AliensAreBastards: The galaxy is littered with planets which once contained life but have been destroyed. No one knows who did it or why.

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