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"The Robot Masters" was the ninth of 11 Star Trek: The Original Series audio productions released by Peter Pan Records. It was initially distributed in 1979 as an audio production along with three other stories. It was subsequently released by itself along with a 20-page comic book, and was the fifth of six Peter Pan associated comics. In this story, the Enterprise crew disguised themselves as pirates to solve mysterious robot thefts.

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Log entries[]

Captain's log, stardate 95.9066 : All seems well with the universe… The Romulans, that war-mongering race that lives just outside the known galaxy, and the Klingons, the sworn enemies of the Federation, have not shown their evil faces or tried to attack any civilized outpost for weeks. The Enterprise basks in the unusual peace. But in its place, the crew finds other things to occupy themselves with…

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Characters[]

Pavel ChekovSteve DeckerJames T. KirkMasteroPragmarMontgomery ScottSpockFrank TankaNyota Uhura

Starships and vehicles[]

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser) • Romulus II
Referenced only
decoy trader ship

Locations[]

Starbase 10Vega system

Races and cultures[]

HumanRomulanVulcan
Referenced only
Klingon

States and organizations[]

FederationRomulan EmpireStarfleet

Science and technology[]

computercyberneticslaser riflemachineriflerobotstardateweapon

Ranks and titles[]

captaincommodorecrewmembercriminalengineerensignFederation Starfleet ranks (2260s)first officerlieutenantofficerpirateStarfleet rankswarrior

Other references[]

battle stationsbridgebridgebrigemotionexecutiongalaxylogiclogicmetalmonthmoonoutpostpeaceplanetsectorsecurityspacestarstar systemStarfleet uniformStarfleet uniform (early 2270s)universewarp nineyear

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Related media[]

Background[]

Images[]

Connections[]

Star Trek: The Original Series audiobooks
Peter Pan Records "Passage to Moauv" • "In Vino Veritas" • "The Crier in Emptiness" • "The Time Stealer" • "To Starve a Fleaver" • "The Logistics of Stampede" • "A Mirror for Futility" • "The Man Who Trained Meteors" • "The Robot Masters" • "Dinosaur Planet" • "The Human Factor"
Captain Sulu Adventures CacophonyEnvoyTransformations
Alien Voices Spock vs. QSpock vs. Q: The Sequel
Adaptations Star Trek IV: The Voyage HomeStrangers from the SkyEnterprise: The First AdventureWeb of the RomulansThe Entropy EffectYesterday's SonTime for YesterdayFinal FrontierSpock's WorldStar Trek V: The Final FrontierThe Lost YearsThe Kobayashi MaruPrime DirectiveStar Trek VI: The Undiscovered CountryProbeFaces of FireBest DestinyWindows on a Lost WorldShadows on the SunSarekFederationThe Ashes of EdenThe ReturnAvengerVulcan's ForgeSpectreDark VictoryVulcan's HeartPreserverThe Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2The Last RoundupCaptain's PerilExodusCaptain's BloodCaptain's GloryExilesEpiphanyStar Trek

Timeline[]

published order
Previous story:
The Man Who Trained Meteors
Peter Pan Records Next story:
Dinosaur Planet
Production history[]
1979
  • Released on Peter Pan TOS record #15 along with three other stories.
  • Released on record #21 with a 20-page comic book.
  • Released on record #22 along with five other stories.
September 2008
Released on CD-ROM in The Complete Comic Book Collection. (Graphic Imaging Technologies.)
2 July 2020
Reprinted in Graphic Novel Collection, Volume 119. (Eaglemoss Collections)

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