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EPISODE
Bloodlines
Attribution
Series: The Next Generation
Written by: Nicholas Sagan
Directed by: Jonathan West
Production information
Episode no.: 7x22
Production no.: 274
First aired: 30 April 1994
Chronology
Date: 47829.1 (2370)

Contents

Introduction

Summary

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Characters

Regulars

Others

References

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Information

Related Stories

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published order
Previous episode:
Firstborn
TNG episode produced Next episode:
Emergence
Previous episode:
Firstborn
TNG episode aired Next episode:
Emergence
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Maquis, Part I
Pocket Next Adventure:
The Maquis, Part II

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DC Comics

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From DC Database

Event Template Event Template
Bloodlines

Official Name
Bloodlines
Event Aliases
Bloodbath

Universe

Locations

Characters
Heroes
New Bloods; Various


Titles


First appearance
Last appearance

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Overview

"Bloodlines" involved a number of hungry alien parasites coming to Earth with the intention of feeding themselves on the juices they required from human spinal fluids. Although the giant and formidable monsters slaughtered many, their feeding also activated the metagene in a number of individuals, leading to a massive wave of new super-powered characters, calling themselves "New Bloods".

Bloodbath

It was eventually revealed that the spinal fluids harvested by the Parasites were actually being used to contribute to the birthing of a gigantic terrible monster of their race, The Taker. Many of Earth's heroes were defeated when the Taker took them by surprise during a government commissioned task force raid on the Parasites' crashed spaceship, Superman being the only one capable of escape to warn the rest of the world.[1] A team of New Bloods, each mysteriously called to the scene (presumably by their blood connection to the Beast), and some government-sponsored, were forced to destroy the Taker all on their own. It was discovered that when multiple New Bloods powers crossed against the Taker at once, their attack became greater than the sum of its parts. Using the energy siphoning powers of Joe Public, all of the New Bloods' collective power was directed into Anima's Animus construct, and the Taker was defeated in a gigantic one-on-one monster brawl. After the other heroes were rescued, a team of Green Lanterns flung the body of the Taker into the Sun.[2]

Issues

Bloodlines: Outbreak

Bloodlines: Earthplague

Bloodlines: Deathstorm

Bloodlines: Bloodbath

Paraphernalia

Items: None known.

Notes

Name First Appearance Description
Anima (Courtney Mason) New Titans Annual #9 "Animus-summoning grunge rocker"
Argus (Nick Kelly) Flash Annual #6 "Shadow-melding undercover agent"
Ballistic (Kelvin Mao) Batman Annual #17 "Korean-American hero and an armed and dangerous vigilante"
Cardinal Sin Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Annual #3 "Disillusioned priest"
Chimera Team Titans Annual #1 "Illusion-creating heroine of India"
Edge (Tom O'Brien) Superman: Man of Steel Annual #2 "Blade-hurling community hero"
Geist (Dwayne Geyer) Detective Comics Annual #6 "Ghostly night-hero, ironically only becomes visible in the dark."
Gunfire (Andrew Van Horn) Deathstroke the Terminator Annual #2 "Able to explosively convert matter to energy."
Hitman (Tommy Managhan) Demon Annual #2 "A hitman who gained the powers of telepathy and X-ray vision"
Hook Green Arrow Annual #6 "Hook-handed former soldier"
Jamm Legion of Super-Heroes Annual #4 "Prodigious surfer-dude"
Joe Public Batman: Shadow of the Bat Annual #1 "Strength-siphoning patriot"
Krag Justice League America Annual #7 "Stone bodied hero, super strength"
Layla Lobo Annual #1 "Tough-as-nails space explorer"
Lionheart (Richard Plante) Justice League International Annual #4 "Armored high-tech knight, hero of Great Britain"
Loose Cannon (Edward Walker) Action Comics Annual #5 "Super-strong ex-cop, color changes as he gets angrier"
Loria Showcase '94 #12 "Transformd into living metal, agent of the Quorum"
Mongrel (Joshua Xan) Hawkman Annual #1 "Darkforce-blasting African American-Vietnamese hero"
Myriad (Sasha Green) Superman Annual #5 "Personality-absorbing assassin"
Nightblade (Nik Mayak) Green Lantern Annual #2 "Regenerating martial artist"
Pax L.E.G.I.O.N. Annual #4 "Last of his race, space-shaman"
Prism Eclipso Annual #1 "Light-manipulating scientist"
Razorsharp (Rae Sharpe) Robin Annual #2 "Sword-armed hacker"
Shadowstryke Justice League America Annual #7 "Tragic hero, dark force energy"
Slingshot Justice League America Annual #7 "Power to give anything she touches an acceleration factor"
Sparx Adventures of Superman Annual #5 "Lightning-wielding heroine from Canada"
Terrorsmith Justice League America Annual #7 "Monster-making villain(?)"

Trivia

Recommended Reading

  • Bloodlines Spin-offs

Links and References

References


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Eclipso: The Darkness Within
Annual Crossover
1993
Next
Elseworlds

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EQ2

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Introduced March 21, 2005, The Bloodline Chronicles was the first Adventure Pack episode for EverQuest II.

Recent Updates to this Category

Pages in category "Bloodline Chronicles"

The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.

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Starwars

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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the Legacy of the Force novel. You may be looking for Star Wars: Republic comic.
Bloodlines
Attribution
Author(s)

Karen Traviss

Cover artist

Jason Felix

Editor(s)

Shelly Shapiro, Sue Rostoni

Publication information
Publisher

Del Rey

Release date

August 29, 2006

Media type

Paperback

Pages

380

ISBN

0345477510

Chronology
Era

Legacy era

Timeline

40 ABY

Series

Legacy of the Force

Preceded by

Betrayal

Followed by

Tempest

Bloodlines is the second novel in the Legacy of the Force series. Written by Karen Traviss, it was released in the United States by Del Rey on August 29 and in the U.K., Australia, and New Zealand by Arrow Publishing on September 7, 2006. Bloodlines contains a 20-page excerpt of the next book in the series, Tempest, by Troy Denning. The audio version was narrated by Marc Thompson.

Contents

Editions

Publisher's summary

A new era of exciting adventures and shocking revelations continues to unfold, as the legendary Star Wars saga sweeps forward into astonishing new territory.

Civil war looms as the fledgling Galactic Alliance confronts a growing number of rebellious worlds-and the approaching war is tearing the Skywalker and Solo families apart. Han and Leia return to Han's homeworld, Corellia, the heart of the resistance. Their children, Jacen and Jaina, are soldiers in the Galactic Alliance's campaign to crush the insurgents.

Jacen, now a complete master of the Force, has his own plans to bring order to the galaxy. Guided by his Sith mentor, Lumiya, and with Luke's young son Ben at his side, Jacen embarks on the same path that his grandfather Darth Vader once did. And while Han and Leia watch their only son become a stranger, a secret assassin entangles the couple with a dreaded name from Han's past: Boba Fett. In the new galactic order, friends and enemies are no longer what they seem.…

Excerpt

  • Excerpt from the audio-book, from Random House (mp3)
  • Excerpt from StarWars.com

LFL timeline of book

Bloodlines begins the day after Betrayal ends. The days count from the beginning of Betrayal, roughly 122 days into 40 ABY.

BLOODLINES begins

Day 25: Fett captures H'buk.

Day 26: Leia and Han learn that Thrackan has a contract out on Han. Fett's doctor tells him he is dying.

Day 27: The explosion on Coruscant.

Day 28: On Coronet, Gejjen, Leia, and Han meet in a café and discuss deposing Thrackan. Leia kills an assassin on the Falcon. Jacen visits the rebuilt Jedi Temple and walks back in time exploring Anakin Skywalker's emotions. The Corellian Sanctuary has been desecrated. Fett meets Mirta Gev and hires her to take him to Ailyn.

Day 29: Luke senses that Lumiya has returned. Han and Leia return to Coruscant - the Falcon is in bad shape. The water supply in parts of Coruscant is contaminated.

Day 30: Jacen is appointed Colonel and heads the secret police to intern Corellians.

Day 31: Pellaeon resigns as Supreme Commander of the GA Defense Force - Niathal is appointed as his replacement.

Day 32: Han and Leia buy a shuttle and head back to Corellia. Jacen raids Jabi Town.

Day 33: Fett finds Taun We.

Day 34: Omas puts new emergency measures into effect.

Day 36: Ben finds three Corellian agents and a bounty hunter. Jacen arrests Habuur.

Day 39: Omas announces the blockade of Corellia.

Day 42: Senate Building protest.

Day 43: Jacen kills Habuur. Fett meets with Thrackan.

Day 44: Han and Fett meet. Han agrees to get Jacen to release Habuur; Fett agrees to kill Thrackan. Jacen flow-walks back to Anakin Skywalker's era and believes Anakin's downfall was a result of faulty training.

Day 45: Mirta kills Thrackan. Jacen suspends Jaina from duty.

Day 46: Leia learns that Jacen killed Habuur while under interrogation and tells Jacen that Habuur is Fett's daughter. Ben kills two men harboring missile launchers.

Day 48: Jacen delivers Habuur's body. Fett takes Habuur's body and leaves for Mandalore.

Day 49: Jacen thinks he may have to kill Tenel Ka and Allana.

Tempest begins on day 56.

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Behind the scenes

  • Similarly to Betrayal, Bloodlines also contains an "inside joke" referring to Han and Greedo. Han is cursing out of being cheated out of a kill, when Boba Fett says "You should learn to shoot first Solo" by comparison to Betrayal, which makes a reference to the idea that Han shot first, this book refers to Solo as being someone who did not shoot first.
  • Boba says "my dad was killed in front of me when I was thirteen" though in truth he is ten at the time. This is an error.
  • On page 276 of the original paperback release, "Fett" is misspelled "Felt".
  • Bloodline has the only cover in the entire series lacking an ignited lightsaber.
  • On page 223 in the paperback version of Bloodlines, "Mirta" is misspelled "Mira", who, oddly enough, is also a Mandalorian bounty hunter.
  • The Science Fiction Book Club released a special hardback version of this novel. At the time, this was the only way to get a hardback version of the novel.

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