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==Appendices==
 
==Appendices==
===Related media===
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*''Engines of Destiny'' has continuity differences compared to the "Relics" novelization.
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*[[Sariel Rager]]'s name is misspelled as "Raeger" in the novel.
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* In the scene where Guinan and Scotty first meet in Glasgow, she toasts: ''"To the future... that is where we will all spend the rest of our lives."'' This roughly quotes {{w|The Amazing Criswell}} narrating the opening of the movie ''{{w|Plan 9 from Outer Space}}''.
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===Related Stories===
 
* The main framing of the story follows a short time after the events of ''[[Star Trek Generations]]'', and shows [[Montgomery Scott]] dealing with his grief over the loss of [[James T. Kirk|Jim Kirk]], who ended up in the [[Nexus]].
 
* The main framing of the story follows a short time after the events of ''[[Star Trek Generations]]'', and shows [[Montgomery Scott]] dealing with his grief over the loss of [[James T. Kirk|Jim Kirk]], who ended up in the [[Nexus]].
 
* The loss and later discovery of Scott and the {{USS|Jenolen}} are detailed in the [[Star Trek: The Next Generation|''TNG'']] [[episode]] "[[Relics]]", which established that Scott and [[Matt Franklin]] were en route to [[Norpin V]] before crashing against the [[Dyson sphere]]. At the end of the episode, Scott is "loaned" the [[shuttlecraft]] {{ship||Goddard|NCC-1701-D/15}} from the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} by Captain [[Jean-Luc Picard]].
 
* The loss and later discovery of Scott and the {{USS|Jenolen}} are detailed in the [[Star Trek: The Next Generation|''TNG'']] [[episode]] "[[Relics]]", which established that Scott and [[Matt Franklin]] were en route to [[Norpin V]] before crashing against the [[Dyson sphere]]. At the end of the episode, Scott is "loaned" the [[shuttlecraft]] {{ship||Goddard|NCC-1701-D/15}} from the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} by Captain [[Jean-Luc Picard]].
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* Picard's suspicions of Q as originally being behind the timeline shift comes from their interactions in ''TNG'' episodes such as "[[Encounter at Farpoint]]", "[[All Good Things...]]", and others.
 
* Picard's suspicions of Q as originally being behind the timeline shift comes from their interactions in ''TNG'' episodes such as "[[Encounter at Farpoint]]", "[[All Good Things...]]", and others.
 
* Spock risking his career to save his former Captain, [[Christopher Pike]], is shown in the ''TOS'' episode "[[The Cage]]".
 
* Spock risking his career to save his former Captain, [[Christopher Pike]], is shown in the ''TOS'' episode "[[The Cage]]".
 
===Background===
 
*''Engines of Destiny'' has continuity differences compared to the "Relics" novelization.
 
 
*[[Sariel Rager]]'s name is misspelled as "Raeger" in the novel.
 
 
* In the scene where Guinan and Scotty first meet in Glasgow, she toasts: ''"To the future... that is where we will all spend the rest of our lives."'' This roughly quotes {{w|The Amazing Criswell}} narrating the opening of the movie ''{{w|Plan 9 from Outer Space}}''.
 
   
   
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