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Series: Starfleet Corps of Engineers, No. 29
Author(s): Christopher L. Bennett
Publication information
Published: eBook - July 2003
ISBN: ISBN 0743470583
Omnibus: Aftermath

The original cover art, without titles.

Contents

Introduction (blurb)

The U.S.S. da Vinci is at last ready to resume its mission after the catastrophic events of Wildfire -- but before the ship can even leave Spacedock, a mysterious alien vessel appears out of nowhere in San Francisco. With the aid of Captain Montgomery Scott and former Starship Enterprise and Deep Space 9 engineer Miles O'Brien, the S.C.E. must investigate the alien vessel and learn if this is an attack, a first contact -- or something worse....

What they find may land the Federation in the midst of an interdimensional war, as Commander Sonya Gomez works with Starfleet legends from two generations to untie the secrets of the alien ship before it's too late!

Summary

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Characters

Carol AbramowitzBoothbyDomenica CorsiBart FaulwellDavid GoldSonya GomezVance HawkinsRennan KonyaEllec KrotineKeiko O'BrienMiles O'BrienMolly O'BrienP8 BlueWilliam RossAnthony ShabalalaMontgomery ScottFabian StevensMor glasch Tev

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eBooks The Belly of the BeastFatal ErrorHard CrashInterphaseCold FusionInvincibleThe Riddled PostHere There Be MonstersAmbushSome Assembly RequiredNo SurrenderCaveat EmptorPast LifeOathsFoundationsEnigma ShipWar StoriesWildfireHome FiresAge of UnreasonBalance of NatureBreakdownsAftermathIshtar RisingBuying TimeCollective HindsightThe DemonRing Around the SkyOrphansGrand DesignsFailsafeBitter MedicineSargasso SectorParadise InterruptedWhere Time Stands StillThe Art of the DealSpinCreative CouplingsSmall WorldMalefictorumLost TimeIdentity CrisisFables of the Prime DirectiveSecurityWoundsOut of the CocoonHonorBlackoutThe CleanupProgressThe Future BeginsEchoes of CoventryDistant Early Warning10 is Better Than 01Many SplendorsTurn the PageTroubleshootingThe LightThe Art of the ComebackSigns from HeavenGhostRemembrance of Things Past
Short stories "Field Expediency" • "An Easy Fast"
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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Aftermath is the Wrestling Championship Federation's July Pay-Per-View.

Aftermath 2006

WCF Aftermath
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Promotion Wrestling Championship Federation
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Date July 30, 2006
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Explosion WCF Aftermath Ultimate Showdown
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WCF Aftermath 2006 took place on the 30th of August, 2006. The theme song was "Made of Scars" by Stone Sour.

  • Tag Team Match
    • The Team of Treachery (Logan & Lawnmower Jones) went to a no contest with The New Dynasty (Creeping Death & Dake Ken) after Logan hit CD with a chair. Dake Ken replaced Nate Nytro, who was attacked earlier by the Team of Treachery. Jack of Blades made his return to the ring after the match and attacked Ken and CD.
  • WCF Television Championship
    • J.J. Biggs def. Shaun Sexton (c) & Bobby Cairo to win the Television Title. Drake Kecendro attacked Biggs afterwards.
  • Grudge Match
    • Beyond def. Twister.
  • WCF Tag Team Championships - Handicap Tables Match
    • The Dreadnoks (Road Rage, Ripper & Burn Out) (c) def. The Brotherhood (David & John Cook)
  • Triple Threat Match
    • J-X def. Jackhammer & Steve Cross via DQ after Chino interfered and attacked both J-X & Cross.

Aftermath 2007

WCF Aftermath
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Promotion Wrestling Championship Federation
Brand(s)
Date July 29, 2007
Venue
City
Attendance
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XIII WCF Aftermath Ultimate Showdown
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WCF Aftermath 2007 was supposed to take place on July 29, 2007 but never did as the WCF closed before it could occur.

  • WCF World Championship/WCF Hardcore Championship Two Falls Match
    • Creeping Death (c)(c) vs. Danny Vice vs. Johnny Craven
      • Originally slated to be Epic vs. Striker, CD's win in the Nightmare Chamber at XIII won him the World Title and carried him to his already planned match of CD/Vice/Craven. Vice will be looking to avenge Striker's loss to CD and Craven will want his Hardcore Title back, but with two falls and three players, the match could go either way.
  • Grudge Match
    • Epic vs. Skyler Striker
      • These two were originally going to go at it for the World Title, but CD took it from Striker and so the match will continue without it. Epic has already tapped out twice to Striker in the Lockdown over the past few weeks, will it happen again?
  • WCF Television Championship Match
    • Mike Ragnal (c) vs. Dave Holland
      • Holland won the #1 Contendership for the match with Ragnal, and has proved to be a very good wrestler, however Ragnal has left his mark and will be sure to want to keep it as his engagement ring to fiancee Sasha Pehl.
  • WCF Tag Team Championships Extreme Cage Match
    • The Red River Mafia (Davey Boone & Rich Marciano, c) vs. Team NCW (Outcast & Davey Ortega)
      • The RRM demanded Team NCW disband of they retain the titles, and NCW had to agree - the match is even more dangerous considering it will be inside a fifteen foot steel cage with weapons littered throughout.
  • Grudge Match
    • Steve Carr vs. Hellz Angel
      • Hellz Angel made a return and attacked Carr, both are former World Champions and are legends from WCF's previous eras. Who will come out on top?
  • No Disqualifications Match
    • Lance Ryan vs. Jason Anderson
      • No People's Title, no rules. This match is only to prove who the better man is, as both men have claimed it since they entered the WCF in the same week.
WCF Pay-Per-Views
One | Till Death Do Us Part | War | Blast! | Payback | Timebomb | Explosion | Aftermath | Ultimate Showdown | School of Pain | XIII | Helloween | Revenge

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Aftermath (Sleeper) (Earth-616) article)

From Marvel Database

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Aftermath

Aftermath (Sleeper) (Earth-616)
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Real Name
Unknown
Current Alias

Aliases
Third Sleeper

Identity

Alignment

Affiliation
British Sleepers

Relatives
Herbert Isaacs (creator)

Universe

Base Of Operations

Characteristics
Gender

Eyes

Hair

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Status
Marital Status

Occupation
Doomsday device


First appearance

Plasmer #3
(January, 1994)

History

History of character is unknown.

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Star Wars Fanon

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

The Star Wars wiki of fan invention.

Chronicles of the Great War:
Aftermath
Attribution
Author(s)

Brandon Rhea

Cover artist

Victor Dorantes

Editor(s)

Various

Publication information
Publisher

TheStarWarsRP.Com
Sequel-Trilogy.Net
Star Wars Fanon
TheForce.Net

Release date

2009

Media type

E-book

Chronology
Canon

Non-canon (Star Wars canon)
Canon (Alternative Star Wars Saga)

Era

Old Republic era

Timeline

3,951 BBY

Series

Chronicles of the Great War
Alternative Star Wars Saga

Preceded by

Knights of the Old Republic II:
The Sith Lords

Followed by

Chronicles of the Great War:
Union

Chronicles of the Great War: Aftermath is a fan fiction novel written by Brandon Rhea. The novel has been in production since Spring 2008, and it was first released as a short story in April 2008. The short story was retracted shortly thereafter and it was decided to release the completed story as a short novel. The novel has been in pre-production since the retraction of the short story, with the author stating his desire to finish his novel Star Wars: Episode I - The Chosen One before beginning work on Aftermath. However, Rhea has begun to write the novel in script format, which he will use as a guide when writing the novel itself.

The novel is set in the canonical Old Republic era timeline, though because it is non-canon it is instead part of the Alternative Star Wars Saga. Set one week after the end of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords, the novel focuses on the immediate aftermath of Darth Traya's assault on the Jedi Council in the Jedi Enclave on Dantooine, which was survived only by Jedi Master Josham Kavar. The novel also focuses on Stavan Jetzt returning from being a prisoner of war, as well as the early years of the Rendar family and the beginning of an internal struggle within the Sith Empire.

As the first novel of the Chronicles of the Great War series, Rhea has planned an undetermined number of sequels for the novel, beginning with Chronicles of the Great War: The Chancellor's Bidding. The series will tell the story of Ussej Padric Bac and other members of the Jedi Order as they embark on a quest to locate six ancient relics that point the way to a large sum of unknown knowledge regarding the history of the galaxy. Rhea intends to write these novels throughout 2009.

Contents

Preface

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, an epic struggle took place between the noble knights of an Old Republic and the evil Sith Lords who swore to destroy them. When the knights were on the brink of extinction, one Sith witch attempted to bring about their final execution; three Jedi Masters appeared slain by the forces of evil, though one survived. What was once a noble Master of the Jedi Order became a broken shell of a man, devoid of his divine gifts and his memory, forcing him to forever see through the eyes of one he had helped to so foolishly exile only years before.

When one journey ends, another begins. In the aftermath of near-annihilation, this relic of the past will help to continue the tales of the Knights of the Old Republic and guide a lost era forward into a war the galaxy will long regret forgetting.

This is the aftermath of fall of the greatest of Sith Lords. These are the Chronicles of the Great War.

Appearances

Dramatis personae

Characters listed in announced order of appearance:

Behind the scenes

Development

Chronicles of the Great War: Aftermath initially began as a ten-page short story that would introduce certain elements of the Chronicles of the Great War series. However, after largely negative reaction to it’s release, author Brandon Rhea cancelled that short story and combined it with other short stories that were to follow, as well as expanding what was to have taken place, making it a larger short novel-sized story.

As of July 16, 2008, Rhea has been working on a film script for the novel, though he does not intend to use it as such. Rhea has frequently written scenes in script-format beforehand, as he feels that having the dialogue and the basic actions of the character written out in said format helps when writing the actual narrative. As of the aforementioned date, Rhea has written ten pages worth of screenplay, which likely will result in twenty pages worth of narrative. However, the ten pages are only a beginning, and it will likely end at being roughly forty screenplay pages in length.


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Ah, good. The math is over.

After the destruction of the alien machine and the death of Optimus, the remaining Maximals are left to pick up the pieces and fend off the Predacons.

Contents

Summary

At their respective bases, the two sides react to Optimus Primal's death. The Maximals are in a state of shock, whereas the Predacons laugh, jeer and generally have a good time. However, these moods are to be short-lived—the destruction of the planet buster has caused a quantum surge, which very soon hits the Earth. In the Axalon, Rattrap and Cheetor are affected by it in the control room, as is the dead body of Tarantulas down below. The surge severely rocks the Darksyde, causing Waspinator to fall into the CR pool while the other three Preds (Megatron, Scorponok and Terrorsaur) catch the surge's full effect. Megatron is thrown onto the floor of the base, whilst Scorponok and Terrorsaur lose control of their hover platforms and collide into each other. The collision causes both of them to fall into the lava pit, where they are terminated.

The aftermath of the surge sees a relieved Waspinator emerge from the CR pool, joyous to have survived. However, he starts when he sees Megatron in the shadows, having been upgraded by the surge into a new Transmetal body.

In the Maximal base, both Rattrap and Cheetor are startled at each other's new modes, until each realises the same has happened to himself. At Airazor's suggestion, both try out their new beast modes and vehicle modes—and both end up crashing. Tigatron and Airazor go off on the hunt for the spiders, who are partly responsible for Primal's death by knocking out poor ol' Rhinox.

Under Tarantulas's control, Blackarachnia begins to take her leave of the Axalon, with Tarantulas insisting she bring his body along. Unbeknowst to them, the eyes of Inferno's severed head glow back online...

Back upstairs, Rhinox and Dinobot come back online, with Rhinox ordering Rattrap to tell him everything. Dinobot announces that he should be leader, but after a stern throttling by Rhinox, he backs down.

Blackarachnia and Tarantulas escape the base, only to be intercepted by Tigatron and Airazor. However, help for the she-spider is on its way. Megs is never above kicking somebody while they're down, so he brings a full Predacon assault (in the form of Waspinator) to join the Tarantulas-possessed Blackarachnia in an assault on the Axalon. Airazor and Tigatron are blasted offline by Megatron.

The alert sounds inside the Axalon, so Rhinox sends the two new Transmetals outside whilst he and Dinobot try to set up the defenses. However, Inferno emerges into the room, and immediately blasts Rhinox backwards using a missile, which prompts Dinobot into a physical brawl with the Predacon.

Outside, Tarantulas forces Blackarachnia to retreat (against her and Megatron's wishes). Waspinator battles Cheetor, much surprised that the "cat-bot" can fly. After a bit of a beating, Waspinator retreats. Following some more shooting, Megatron transforms into vehicle mode and charges at Rattrap, who transforms into beast mode and uses his tail to trip the Predacon. Megatron is not spent yet, though, and he blasts Cheetor off the cliff. Cheetor transforms to flight mode to escape, but crashes into Rattrap. Megatron prepares to end the new bots...

Inferno and Dinobot are still locked in combat when Rhinox grabs Inferno and throws him out of the base lift. He then challenges Megatron with one of the "Chainguns of Doom".

Finally, Megatron realizes with only a broken Inferno in his army, he's no match for Rhinox and the Transmetalized Cheetor and Rattrap, so he calls a retreat.

Elsewhere, under one of the planet buster-generated storms, two stasis pods are shown lying in a barren area, their DNA scanners malfunctioning.

Quotes

"Yes, I am good, aren't I?" [smacks Waspinator] "But we can discuss my brilliance later. Now, there is work to be done."
"What kind of work?"
"The Predacon kind. We must defeat the remaining Maximals while they mourn their dear, departed leader. This will be the final battle!"

Megatron wastes no time...delivering exposition to Terrorsaur.


"I'm here, inside your pretty little head, controlling your pretty little thoughts."

Tarantulas makes pretty little threats against Blackarachnia.


"What's with you two?" [gestures toward pants area] "Is my gear box hangin' out or somethin'?"

Rattrap, paragon of social graces...


[looking in reflective surface] "Hey! I'm, uh...gorgeous!"

—...and modesty...


"And when we woke up, Cheetor and I were these...trans...metals."

—...and commercialism


[Dinobot and Rattrap are about to have a fight]
"Enough. Stand down, Dinobot."
"By what right do you command me? With Optimus gone, I should be—"
[Rhinox grabs Dinobot by the neck and picks him up]
"I'm in a bad mood. Understand?"
"Uh-huh."

Rhinox proves to Dinobot that Maximals can be scary too.


"Huh? Cat-bot cannot fly..."

Waspinator, just prior to being smacked into by a Cheetor missile


"New packaging. Same product. Losers."

Megatron, not impressed with the Transmetalized Maximals' fighting abilities.

"Power, you got. Brains is another story."

Rattrap, not impressed with the Transmetalized Megatron's intelligence.


[to Cheetor] "You know, a few flying lessons wouldn't hurt."

Rattrap goes for the understatement.

Stats

Writers: Larry DiTillio
Original Air Date: October 26, 1997

Major Characters (in order of appearance): Airazor, Tigatron, Blackarachnia, Cheetor, Rattrap, Megatron, Optimus Primal, Waspinator, Scorponok, Terrorsaur, Tarantulas, Inferno, Rhinox, Dinobot

Notes

Waspinator's "death"
  • Waspinator got lucky, this is one episode where he DOES NOT GET SLAGGED!!!!

Animation and/or technical glitches

  • When Inferno is in the brig, his head is detached from his body. In the previous episode, Blackarachnia shot him in the face with his own weapon, however his head was still attached to his body when it showed his wreckage afterwards. Not only that, but his weapon is restored in his body. Why would the Maximals lock up a prisoner without disarming him?
  • Waspinator's gun is whipped out of his hand by Cheetor, but moments later, he transforms fully, including his gun forming his Beast Mode's abdomen.
  • Rattrap is seen dropping his shield (which acts as a hubcap for his wheels in beast mode) before Cheetor crashes into him, but, upon impact, both hubcaps are seen on his back.

Continuity errors

  • Megatron threatens to execute Blackarachnia for her treacherous plans with Tarantulas, although he was the one that originally pointed her in that direction. He could have just been acting out punishment so that she knows not to betray him, or perhaps he meant to use her as a scapegoat?

Transformers references

  • Reference

Miscellaneous notes

  • There are methods to the madness that is Transmetalization. All of the original ten Transformers would have been made into Transmetals. (This excludes Airazor, Blackarachnia, Tigatron, and Inferno.) However, Terrorsaur and Scorponok were killed, and Waspinator, Dinobot and Rhinox were in CR chambers. Thus, only five of the original Transformers (if you include Optimus) were Transmetalized.
  • Terrorsaur and Scorponok were going through Transmetalization at the time of death. This was included in case the writers ever were to bring them back.
  • Waspinator was originally intended to die in this episode, but due to fan popularity and the fact the writers needed a character for comic relief, he was granted amnesty. This is somewhat reflected in Waspinator's line as he emerges from the CR Chamber: "Waspinator is...alive! Hee hee!"
  • The bit with Cheetor and Rattrap trying out their vehicle modes may have intended to give kids something to cheer them up after the death of Optimus.
  • The recap of the last episode actually shows Optimus approaching the center of the moon before the explosion, a scene cut from the first season finale.

External Links

  • TV.com summary

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