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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

The Caretakers ran Paradise Towers while many people went to war. The Caretakers where one of the groups in Paradise Towers, including alongside it Kangs and Rezzies. (DW: Paradise Towers)


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Memory-beta

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see also Caretaker, for other uses of the word.
Teleplay by: Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor
Directed by: Winrich Kolbe
Episode no.: 1x01 and 1x02
Production no.: 101 and 102
First aired: 16 January 1995
Chronology
Date: 2371
Stardate: 48315.6

At the helm of Starfleet's newest starship, the USS Voyager, Captain Kathryn Janeway sets out on a mission to rescue an undercover crew member - unaware of just how far her journey will eventually take her.

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Introduction (blurb)

More than any other television show, more than any other motion picture series, Star Trek has for nearly thirty years been the most popular space adventure of all time. Now Star Trek: Voyager joins Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as the newest star in the ever expanding Star Trek universe.

Pocket Books is proud to present the novelization of "Caretaker", the premier episode of Star Trek: Voyager. This is the story of Kathryn Janeway and the crew of the Starship Voyager. Transported by the alien technology to the other side of the galaxy, years away from the Federation and everything they call home, their voyage back home will be a fantastic odyssey that will take them through uncharted space; into dangers as they travel where no one has gone before...

Summary

A rebel Maquis vessel commanded by former Starfleet officer Chakotay disappears in the plasma storms of the Badlands. Also aboard the Val Jean is the Vulcan, Tuvok, who is the chief of security aboard the USS Voyager, who is currently on an undercover spying mission. Voyager's commander, Captain Kathryn Janeway, recruits cashiered Starfleet officer, Thomas Eugene Paris - a former Maquis member who served under Chakotay - from the New Zealand Penal Settlement to help her track down Chakotay, and Voyager soon departs to the Badlands from Deep Space 9.

Once Voyager reaches the Badlands, the starship becomes caught in an unusual displacement wave and is flung over 70,000 light years into the Delta Quadrant, suffering major damage and numerous casualties in the process. As the crew struggle to get Voyager back up and running they discover that they are adrift near an Array. The Array is sending energy pulses to a nearby star system, but before the crew can investigate further they are all transported over to the Array.

The crew are transported into a facsimile of a farm from Earth. As they begin to investigate their surroundings, Tom Paris and Ensign Harry Kim discover the Maquis crew unconscious and connected to unknown machines in a barn. Before Captain Janeway can take action, her entire crew are rendered unconscious and also connected up to the machines.

Almost three days later, both crews awaken on their own ships, though two crewmembers are still missing: Kim and the engineer from the Val Jean, B'Elanna Torres. Chakotay uneasily agrees to cooperate with Janeway in the search for their missing crew members and accompanies Janeway back to the Array, where they encounter an elderly man playing a banjo. The man reveals that he is the alien being who drew their ships into the Delta Quadrant. He tells them that time is running out and that he must continue looking for something, but before Janeway and Chakotay can press for more information they are transported back to Voyager.

Meanwhile, Kim and Torres awake to find themselves in a medical facility under the care of a race known as the Ocampans. Both Kim and Torres are ill and have many unusual skin growths on their bodies. They discover that they are in a subterranean city with no escape to the surface. All of the Ocampans needs are cattered for by the Caretaker, who lives on the Array. It is also revealed that many others have been sent to the Ocampans with the same symptoms as Kim and Torres, but no cure was found and they died.

Back on Voyager, Janeway reasons that the energy pulses from the Array are being sent to the fifth planet of the nearby star system. Enroute to the planet, Voyager enters a debris field and finds the Talaxian trader Neelix at the center of the field, aboard his shuttlecraft, the Baxial. Neelix offers to act as a guide for their journey to the fifth planet.

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Characters

Kathryn JanewayChakotayB'Elanna TorresKesTom ParisNeelixThe DoctorTuvokHarry Kim • Aunt Adah • CaretakerAaron CavitAman Evek • Jabin • Owen ParisQuarkVeronica Stadi • Toskat

Starships and vehicles

USS Al-BataniBaxialUSS VoyagerVal JeanVetarPredator-class • Type-6 shuttlecraft

Locations

Alpha QuadrantBadlands • Moriya system • Terikof belt • Bajor systemDeep Space 9OpsQuark's BarEarthNew ZealandNew Zealand Penal SettlementStarfleet Academy • Volnar colony • Delta Quadrant • Caretaker's Array • Ocampa

Species and cultures

BetazoidCardassianFerengiHumanKazon • Nacene • OcampaTalaxian

Governments and organizations

Kazon CollectiveKazon-OglaMaquisStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets

Other

angla'bosqueArias expeditionbio-neural circuitry • Bolian tomato soup • Caldik Prime • clarinet • Class Mcompression phaser riflecormalinecorndisplacement waveEmergency Medical HologramFederation Council • Fourth Order • G-type stargraviton • Koladan diamond • lek • lemonade • Lobi crystal • medical tricorderMolly • nucleogenic particle • phaserplasma stormscience officersickbay • sporacystian lifeform • tetryon • tomato soup • trianoline • tricobalt warhead • tricorder • Warming, The • warp corewaterZakarian

Information

  • Pathways has Tom and B'Elanna meet prior to Stardate 48315.6, which is inconsistent with their unfamiliarity with each other here.
  • Janeway meets The Doctor in Relativity, mere hours before this story, which is inconsistent with her seeming unfamiliarity with him here.

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Connections

published order
Previous novel:
First in Series
Voyager numbered novels Next novel:
The Escape
Previous novel:
First in Series
Voyager novelizations Next novel:
Flashback
Previous episode:
First Episode (Pilot)
Voyager episode produced Next episode:
Parallax
Previous episode:
First Episode (Pilot)
Voyager episode aired Next episode:
Parallax
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Badlands, Part III
Pocket Next Adventure:
Pathways
Chapter 8 Section 19; 12 Section 12; and 6 Section 14
Previous Adventure:
The Badlands, Part III
The Voyages of the
USS Voyager
Next Adventure:
Pathways
Chapter 8 Section 19; 12 Section 12; and 6 Section 14

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From Final Fantasy Wiki

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Doll is a genus in the Arcana family in Final Fantasy XI.

Species

  • Aura Butler
  • Aura Gear
  • Branding Iron
  • Caretaker
  • Chaos Idol
  • Cursed Puppet
  • Demonic Doll
  • Drone
  • Gargoyle
  • Groundskeeper
  • Iron Maiden
  • Jagd Doll
  • Living Statue
  • Panzer Doll
  • Talos
  • Temple Guardian


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Notorious Monsters

  • Apollyon Sweeper
  • Autarch
  • Calcabrina
  • Despot
  • Disaster Idol
  • Doll Factory
  • Eraser
  • Faust
  • Gargoyle-Iota
  • Gargoyle-Kappa
  • Gargoyle-Lambda
  • Gargoyle-Mu
  • Generic Doll
  • Guardian Statue
  • Jenglot
  • Lode Golem
  • Manipulator
  • Martinet
  • Maze Keeper
  • Nio-A
  • Nio-Hum
  • Tyrant


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Special Attacks

  • Berserk: Warcry effect.
  • Blitzstrahl: Ranged single target Lightning damage and Stun.
  • Gravity Field: AoE Slow.
  • Kartstrahl: Ranged single target damage and Sleep.
  • Meltdown: AoE Fire damage. Kills the user.
  • Panzerfaust: Single target damage and Knockback.
  • Panzerschreck: Ranged single target damage.
  • Typhoon: AoE damage and Knockback.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Caroline article)

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Caroline was Daniel Faraday's caretaker in Essex, Massachusetts following his affliction of memory loss as a result of temporal displacement.

When Daniel watched a television newscast showing footage of the recovery of the faked wreckage of Oceanic Flight 815, she noticed Daniel crying and asked why he was upset. She then answered the door and invited Charles Widmore inside and offered him tea.

Trivia

Caroline in her first appearance. ("Confirmed Dead")

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Caretaker disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The Caretaker is a supercomputer from the Classics portion of the Generation One continuity family.
"Slightly after Cybertron was, I was. Give or take."
The Caretaker is a supercomputer designed by Vector Sigma to aid Breakaway during his assignment on one version of Earth. Primus placed Breakaway and the Caretaker within the planet billions of years ago, while it was still forming [1]. It has served as his knowledge database all these years to fulfill a yet-unspecified purpose.

The Caretaker's technology is beyond quantum science, with embedded string circuitry, utilizing "chaos-entangled supersymmetric twelve-dimensional processing." An independent terminal which is attached to the Vector Sigma Gestalt, it can grant access to various Vector Sigma nodes via a space bridge.

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Marvel Comics continuity

Classics

As Autobots and Decepticons battled in South America, Cliffjumper, Skyfall, and Landquake fell into a subterranean chamber. Crossing Over: Part 4 After meeting Breakaway, Crossing Over: Part 5 they were introduced to the Caretaker. With Skyfall, Landquake, and Breakaway united, its purpose was almost fulfilled, but to ensure the multiverse would not ultimately spiral into entropy, the Caretaker urged the three to travel through its space bridge to a Vector Sigma node in another universe, where the three would reunite with a fourth member. After some hesitation, they proceeded, along with Cliffjumper. Crossing Over: Part 6

Footnotes

  1. Breakaway's profile

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