|Reviews for Where No Jedi Has Gone Before|
| Wolfman-053 chapter 3 . 1/27
On the Enterprise-D, Ten-Forward was indeed on the forward edge of the saucer module, but on the Enterprise-E, it apparently overlooks the upper shuttlebay...
| Lumina Balderson chapter 4 . 12/21/2013
"Tsavong Lah unclipped a thud bug from his bandolier and threw it with all his might. The insect unfurled its wings and it flew, striking the abomination in its armor and cutting through. "You are an abomination!" he yelled, readying his amphistaff.
The creature's head swiveled around and a single blue optic focused on him. "WE ARE DA-LEK!" it screeched out, weapon attachment swiveling around.
The Yuzzhan Vong are going to die.
As strong as they are, the fact is that the Daleks have TIME TRAVEL. They've fought a Time-Travelling Alien who has destroyed them all countless times, and survived a war that threatened to destroy all of reality. They are also ruthless and kill all non-Dalek life-forms, and worship hate.
The Vong don't stand a chance.
| Progos chapter 4 . 9/22/2013
And what is a living creature but a fantastically intricate, self-repairing machine?
| OhShirleyUJest chapter 2 . 6/2/2013
'Got a minute, Q?'
Perfectly timed. Awesome. I just aughed myself out of a chair. Poor, poor Q...
... He really shouldn't have given Kirk ideas.
| Kamen Rider Raika chapter 1 . 5/30/2013
You know, it's probably been years since I've read this fic on Jedi Council Forums and I think it's still good. I like the interaction between the characters (both dead and living), which makes most of the story. Also, I think this fic is more related to today than when it was first published, since J.J. Abrams is doing both Star Trek and Star Wars. I hope you continue this story.
| MasterWalkerOfSky chapter 23 . 5/27/2013
Thank you so much for finishing this :) Truly wonderful read.
| BenRG chapter 7 . 5/27/2013
Yeah, I don't know who is responsible for the area of space we know of as the Alpha and Beta Quadrants but I've never heard of such a close-packed mass of spacial anomalies, temporal anomalies and other assorted exotica. We've got creatures that think they're gods, creatures that ARE gods, a full menagerie of weird life-forms (including space-going ones). There are also more xenophobic and hostile sentient races than you can comfortably shake a stick at.
Something happened in the Trekverse galaxy some time in the distant past that left reality... warped; possibly even buckled, spindled and torn. It's a miracle that the whole thing hasn't been completely destabilised and sucked into a black hole or something.
I'd really be interested to find out precisely what Q knows about the history of the Trekverse Milky Way and, most importantly, HOW MUCH OF IT IS HIS FAULT.
| BenRG chapter 6 . 5/2/2013
The Imps and the Cardies? There's a match made in heaven!
| BenRG chapter 5 . 5/2/2013
I have long had this mental image of Deanna using a lightsabre and the force to shoot down the Son'a's drones in "Insurrection".
Entire species of force sensitives are not unheard of: The Hapans are a good example (although it is only the females for some reason).
| BenRG chapter 4 . 5/2/2013
It should be interesting to see how the Federation views the role of droids in Warsverse society. After a great deal of soul-searching and angst, the Federation declared that Data was fully sentient with all the rights and responsibilities that come with it. In the Warsverse, droids are considered property and, whilst clearly sentient, have no rights and can be mind-wiped, disassembled and otherwise abused at will. I'm pretty sure that will set some Feddie teeth on edge and might cause some tension.
A lot of it can be hand-waved away in one single Threepio line: "We seem to have been made to suffer!" Warsverse droids are aware of their status and have long-since accepted it (they may be programmed to do so). They find a definite joy (there's no other word for it) in doing their designed task and doing it well. Data, on occasion, has had angst about his purpose for existing but a Warsverse droid /knows/ its purpose from the first moment it was activated. I also suspect that Wars droids might be slightly less 'organic' in their intelligence. Although they clearly have something approximating initiative and imagination, they have a view of themselves that seems to indicate that they believe themselves to be ultimately expendable when compared to an organic life-form.
Data is a good example of an HRD (Humanform Replica Droid), of which we've seen a few in the Wars Expanded Universe. There are specific laws about their use, treatment and programming that could ultimately cause some tension between the Warsies and Trekkers.
| BenRG chapter 3 . 5/2/2013
If I were Picard, I'd keep Ackbar and Pellaeon on the opposite sides of the Conference Room table. The possibility that one of the other would succumb to the temptation to wring the other's throat is rather high. I'd also keep a close eye on the Chimera's ion cannon turrets. The Imps might not be able to control their urge to engage in... aggressive negotiations. Pellaeon might be a progressive and a peace-maker but he's also an Imp and the Empire doesn't have a reputation for taking 'no' for an answer.
"Headquarters Frigate" is an odd name. I'm assuming that it's a computerised translation of the ship's Mon Calmari name (which probably sounds like bubbles being blown underwater).
| BenRG chapter 2 . 5/2/2013
I should have known this was your doing, Discord... ah... Q!
At that range, the Falcon would have to wait around in orbit for an hour or so for the Enterprise to catch up. The closest Trekverse equivalent to Warsverse hyperspace is the transwarp/slipstream drive, which gives you a good idea of the relative speeds involved.
I liked the idea of the brain-scrambled Spock and Luke. The Mind-meld is a technique with its drawbacks.
I think that you got Captain Picard's character more-or-less spot-on in this chapter. He is first and foremost an explorer, philosopher and scientist. No matter the potential risks, he would be most interested in exploring this new galaxy and making peaceful first contact. Unfortunately, the Imperial Remnant, Yuutzhan Vong and other assorted nasties in the Wars galaxy could make it an... eventful cruise.
Given Tenel Ka's age and the fact that Han is back to being just a 'captain', I'd say this is probably around the time of the Jedi Academy mini-series, about 20 years after the death of Darth Sideous and the destruction of the second Death Star but I might be wrong.
| BenRG chapter 1 . 5/2/2013
One thing you should know about The Force, Jim - Death isn't necessarily an end to your chances.
| LT-NightWarp chapter 22 . 3/26/2013
Well, it is over sadly.. makes me sad, and that is fact. Ive enjoyed this far more than your Star wars/TF fic, where you diverted from the cahtracers too uch, here you stayed true to them in almost all ways, and the little guest stars from all over the universes were just awesome.
I say to you, Qa'pla!
| LT-NightWarp chapter 17 . 3/21/2013
I enjoy your story, and you are well in-character for most but please for the love of the force and the prophets, use a spell checker!