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Description

They are the self-appointed protectors of the Federation. Amoral, shrouded in secrecy, answerable to no one, Section 31 is the mysterious covert operations division of Starfleet a rogue shadow group committed to safeguarding the Federation at any cost.
Six months before their ultimate battle against the Borg for the fate of Earth, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise face a very different kind of crisis. A world in turmoil becomes the focal point of conspiracies and betrayal as an unexpected reunion brings with it startling revelations. Old friends become bitter enemies, and one young officer reaches a crossroad when he's forced to choose between the greater good of the Federation and the ideals for which it stands.
No Law.
No Conscience.
No Stopping Them.

References

Characters

AnthonyMarta BatanidesKaren BlaylockBurdickBeverly CrusherCurinceDataPadraig DanielsFalhainGlebukGompGrelunZaena HardingCamille HawkRhyst HawkSean HawkAndreas HearnEvelyn HoffmanSallee HuberRanul KeruKovalK'rs'laselLiz KurlanGeordi La ForgeAlyssa OgawaPardekJean-Luc PicardWilliam RikerRixaErnst RogetRokhelhConnaught RossaRuardhAubin TaborTakalT'AlikTalkethT'LeiDeanna TroiT'VerenTuohyV'HariV'RilnCortin ZwellerKehvan ZydhekWaltere Zydhek
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Reginald BarclayJulian BashirBatsonRay BradburyCarterZefram CochraneDevilDulmerInge EigerFrenchotteElim GarakDarey HawkJason HawkJyme SouleJohn KellyKentravKewlanLoganGariff LucslyLynchM'RvynMadredMerrokMotNelsonMiles O'BrienPaul PorterLuther SloanLily SloaneGertrude SteinTretVreenakH. G. WellsWeyounWorfZabel

Locations

Apnex SeaBradbury CityChiarosChiaros IVEarthGeminus GulfHakton VIIMarsMcKinley StationRomulus
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Argus ArrayCardassiaCeltris IIIDeep Space 9Gamma QuadrantGravett IslandGundersdotter's DomeHellJanus VIRomeStarbase EarhartSouth PacificTelfas PrimeYrskatdon

Starships and vehicles

Archimedes (shuttlecraft) • BraheChulaUSS Enterprise (Sovereign-class) • IRW Gal Gath'thongHerschelKeplerUSS Slayton (Excelsior-class) • IRW Thrai KalehUSS Thunderchild (Akira-class)
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USS AjaxUSS BarbadosUSS DefiantUSS PegasusUSS StargazerHMS Thunder ChildUSS Tian An MenTzenkethi raiderUSS Yorktown

Races and cultures

AntedeanBajoranBaldukBetazoidChiarosianHumanRomulanTellariteTrill
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AndorianBolianBorgCardassianFerengiMartianNizakTzenkethiVorta

States and organizations

Continuing CommitteeRomulan Star EmpireSection 31StarfleetTal ShiarUnited Federation of Planets
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DominionFederation Department of Temporal InvestigationsMaquisObsidian Order

Ranks and titles

captainchief engineerchief medical officercommanderdiplomatensignexecutive officerFirst Protectorhelmsmanlieutenantofficerscience officerwarriorwriterxenoanthropologist

Science and classification

antigravantimatteratmosphereatmospheric forcefieldbatterybiomedical sciencebuoycloaking devicecommunications relaycomputercortical stimulatorcranial implantdeckplatedisruptorfirefogG type starholodeckhumanoidhydration suitinertial damperionized plasmalightninglight-yearmagnetospheremeterminuteO type starorbital tether relayplasmapressure domeradiationreplicatorribsecondservice moduleshieldsspacespace stationstarshipstructural integrity fieldsubspacesubspace distortionsubspace singularitysupergiant starthrustertimeTuvan Syndromeuniversal translatorvertigo-nullifying neural impulseviewerwarp factor

Other references

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Appendices

Background

  • Rogue was one of the best selling Star Trek novels of 2001. (Voyages of Imagination)
  • According to this novel, a total of 190 Enterprise crewmembers were killed during the events of Star Trek: First Contact. This includes 17 people killed from bad ASRV landings, 148 assimilated by the Borg, and 25 were killed in combat against the Borg.

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Timeline

published order
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Out of the Box, Thinking
Pocket Next Adventure:
To the Death
Previous Adventure:
Out of the Box, Thinking
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)
Next Adventure:
That Sleep of Death
Previous Adventure:
Ship of the Line
Chapter 26
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E)

Prologue
Next Adventure:
Protecting Data's Friends
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2372.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
Previous Adventure:
Making a Difference
2373
Epilogue, Prologue
Next Adventure:
Protecting Data's Friends


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