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Written by: Ronald D. Moore
Directed by: Alexander Singer
Episode no.: 6x04
Production no.: 230
First aired: 12 October 1992
Chronology
Date: 2369 (prologue: 2296)
Stardate: 46125.3

Contents

Introduction (blurb)

In the tradition of UNIFICATION, here is the story that fans of the original STAR TREK series and STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION have been clamoring for -- Montgomery Scott's return to the Star Trek universe and his encounter with the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise™ NCC 1701-D.

Missing in space for seventy-five years, Scotty manages to survive against incredible odds, only to be found by the crew of the Starship Enterprise™. Though rescued, Scotty soon finds himself lost in a world that he barely recognizes, a world that has passed him by...

But the adventure is not over for Captain Scott who must do the impossible when the new U.S.S. Enterprise™ faces a very old danger in a remote sector of space. This time, Captain Picard and his crew will need more than all of their courage and all of their skills to save the great Starship from destruction. This time, they will need a miracle worker.

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Characters

Deanna TroiGeordi La ForgeWorfBeverly CrusherJean-Luc PicardWilliam T. RikerDataGuinanMiles O'BrienDarrin KaneAndy SousaSariel RagerTranhKerry Bartel • Krause • James ArmstrongBen SachsMontgomery ScottMatt FranklinKiski
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James T. KirkSpockLeonard McCoyHikaru SuluPavel ChekovUhura

Starships

USS Enterprise-DUSS Jenolen

Locations

Dyson Sphere

Species

HumanKlingon

Governments and organizations

Starfleet

Information

  • The scene between Scotty and Troi in Scotty's quarters was filmed for the television version, but deleted due to time constraints.
  • The novelization later became an audiobook adapted by the author (although credited as Jan Michael Friedman) and narrated by James Doohan with an introduction and conclusion by LeVar Burton. The U. K. audiobook edition is ISBN 067185612X.

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  • Relics article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.
  • Relics at Star Trek, official publisher's site
published order
Previous episode:
Man of the People
TNG episode produced Next episode:
Schisms
Previous episode:
Man of the People
TNG episode aired Next episode:
Schisms
Previous novelization:
Unification
TNG novelizations Next novelization:
Descent
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Calculated Risk
Pocket Next Adventure:
Engines of Destiny
Chapter 3
Previous Adventure:
Man of the People
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D)
Next Adventure:
Schisms
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2369.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
Previous Adventure:
Transformations (backstory)
2294
Prologue
Next Adventure:
The Sundered (Chapter 26)

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Final Fantasy

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

Relic equipping screen in Final Fantasy VI (SNES)

Relics are accessories in the game Final Fantasy VI. Each character can equip up to two Relics, although some can only be equipped by specific characters. Some Relics can be bought, others must be found or won. Note that several shops change their inventory during the course of the game, and not all Relics listed on this page as being sold by a shop will be available at that shop at all times.

List of Relics

SNES Name GBA Name Effect How to Obtain Usable By
Amulet Protects against Poison, Dark, and Zombie. Can be purchased in: Tzen, Albrook, Nikeah, South Figaro
Can be stolen from: Borghese, Outcast, Bit
Can be won from: Borghese, Cloudwraith
Anyone
Atlas Armlet Gigas Armlet Raises physical damage by 25%. The effect does not stack. Can be found in: Mt. Kolts
Can be purchased in: Albrook, Jidoor
Can be stolen from: Hill Gigas
Anyone
Back Guard Alarm Earring Protects against Back Attacks and Pincer Attacks. Can be found in: Imperial Palace, Imperial Base
Can be stolen from: Misfit
Anyone
Barrier Ring Casts Shell when HP is low. Increases Magic Power by 2. Can be found in: Imperial Camp
Can be purchased in: Narshe, Jidoor, Albrook, Thamasa
Can be won from: Harvester
Anyone
Beads Prayer Beads Increase Evade by 20%. See Evade Bug. Can be found in: Doma Castle
Can be purchased in: Nikeah
Anyone
Black Belt Gives its wearer a 50% chance to counterattack when physically struck. Can be purchased in: Tzen, Narshe, Thamasa
Can be won from: Captain
Anyone
Blizzard Orb Allows user to randomly cast "Storm". Increases magic power by 5, absorbs ice-elemental damage and nulls fire-elemental damage. Can be found in: Ancient Castle
Bet Rage Ring in the Colosseum
Umaro
Bone Wrist Boosts Strength, Speed, Stamina and Magic power by 5.
Boosts Defense, Magic Defense, Evade, Mblock by 10.
Increases HP by 50% and damage by 25%. Attacks are unblockable.
Found in the Dragons' Den.
Bet Dueling Mask in the Colosseum.
Umaro
Charm Bangle Ward Bangle Reduces the rate of random encounters. Can be found in: Imperial Palace
Bet Snow Muffler, Moogle Charm, or Relic Ring in the Colosseum
Anyone
Cherub Down Angel Wings Grants Float status to the user. Can be found in: Imperial Base
Can be purchased at: Auction, Jidoor
Can be stolen from: Ninja
Anyone
Coin Toss Heiji's Jitte Changes Slots into GP Rain. Can be found in: Cave to the Sealed Gate Setzer, Gogo
Crystal Orb Raises maximum MP by 50% Can be stolen from: Ultima Buster
Can be won from: Gold Dragon
Betting Muscle Belt in the Colosseum.
Anyone
Cure Ring Angel Ring Grants Regen status to the user. Can be found in: Imperial Base
Can be purchased in: Auction, Nikeah, South Figaro, Thamasa
Can be stolen from: Apokryphos
Can be Metamorphed from: Holy Dragon, Typhon, Alluring Rider
Anyone
Cursed Ring Inflicts the Condemned status on the wearer. Also teaches X-Zone at a rate of x5. Can be Metamorphed from: Veteran, Daedalus, Behemoth King (Undead)
Bet Cursed Shield in the Colosseum
Anyone
Czarina Ring Princess Ring Casts Protect and Shell when HP gets low. Can be purchased in: Nikeah, South Figaro, Jidoor, Thamasa
Can be won from: Air Force
Terra, Celes, Relm
Dragon Horn Allows a character to Jump two to four times at once. Can be found in: Phoenix Cave
Bet Economizer, Charm Bangle, Gold Hairpin, or Safety Bit in the Colosseum.
Anyone
DragoonBoots Dragoon Boots Changes the Fight command into Jump. Can be found in: Magitek Factory
Can be purchased in: Thamasa, Tzen
Can be stolen from: Harvester, Wyvern, Platinum Dragon
Anyone
Earrings Raise magic damage done by the wearer by 25%. The damage bonus stacks. Can be found in: Phantom Train, South Figaro, Narshe
Can be purchased in: Albrook, Narshe, Tzen, Jidoor, Thamasa
Can be stolen from: Brainpan, Ahriman
Anyone
Economizer Celestriad Makes all spells cost 1 MP. Can be found in: Dragons' Den
Can be stolen from: Galypdes, Kaiser Dragon
Can be won from: Brachiosaur
Bet Gem Box in the Colosseum
Anyone
Exp. Egg Growth Egg Doubles the experience gained after battle. Can be found in: Darill's Tomb.
Can be Metamorphed from: Vasegiatta, Marchosias, Galypdes
Bet the Tintinabulum at the Colosseum
Anyone
Fairy Ring Protects against Poison and Dark. Can be purchased in: Nikeah, Narshe, South Figaro, Thamasa Anyone
FakeMustache Fake Moustache Turns Sketch into Control. Can be found in: Triangle Island
Can be stolen from: Still Life
Relm, Gogo
Gale Hairpin Raises the rate of Preemptive Attacks. Can be found in: Imperial Palace
Can be purchased in: Nikeah
Anyone
Gauntlet Allows user to use two hands to equip a weapon to boost damage. Increases defense by 5. Not compatible with all weapon types. Can be found in: Returner Hideout, Umaro's Mine, Kefka's Tower Anyone
Gem Box Soul of Thamasa Changes Magic into Dualcast. Can be found in: Cultists' Tower
Can be stolen from: Glutturn
Anyone
Genji Glove Allows user to equip two weapons at once. Increases defense by 5. Can be found in: Returner Hideout, Cave to the Sealed Gate, Cyan's Dream
Can be stolen from: Dragon, Gilgamesh
Can be Metamorphed from: Samurai, Yojimbo
Anyone but Umaro
Goggles Silver Spectacles
ぎんぶちめがね
(Ginbuchi Megane)
Prevent Blind. Can be purchased in: South Figaro (WOB), Albrook (WOB), Nikeah
Can be stolen from: Harvester, Cherry
Anyone
Gold Hairpin Halves the MP cost of all spells. Can be found in: Narshe*, Mt. Zozo, Ancient Castle
Can be obtained by betting the Crystal Orb, Dragon Horn, and Ribbon in the Colosseum.
Anyone
Guard Ring Protect Ring Grants Protect status to the wearer. Can be purchased in: Thamasa, Jidoor. Anyone
Hero Ring Hero's Ring Raises all damage done by its wearer by 25%. Magic bonuses stack, but physical bonuses do not. Can be found in: House north of Kohlingen, Figaro Cave, Triangle Island, Kefka's Tower
Can be purchased in: Auction
Bet Pod Bracelet in the Colosseum
Anyone
Hyper Wrist Raises Vigor by 50%. Can be found in: South Figaro, Phantom Train, Narshe Tzen
Can be purchased in: Nikeah
Can be stolen from: Chimera
Anyone
Jewel Ring Jeweled Ring
ジュエルリング
(Jueru Ringu)
Protects against Petrify. Relic description says it also protects against Dark, but it does not. Can be purchased in: South Figaro, Narshe, Tzen, Albrook, Thamasa
Can be stolen from: Dadaluma
Anyone
Marvel Shoes Miracle Shoes Grants Protect, Shell, Regen and Haste statuses to the wearer. Can be Metamorphed from: Veil Dancer, Amduscias, Blade Dancer
Bet Rename Card in the Colosseum.
Anyone
Memento Ring Protects against Zombie, Petrify and Death. Can be found in: Thamasa
Can be stolen from: Wrexsoul
Initially equipped on Relm
Relm, Shadow
Merit Award Allows the user to equip whatever he or she normally cannot. Exceptions are: relics, female specifics, costumes, Ultima Weapon, Bone Club, and Snow Muffler. Bet Cat Hood or Excalipoor in the Colosseum. Anyone but Gau* and Gogo*
MithrilGlove Mythril Glove Casts Protect when its user is low on HP. Increases defense by 6. Can be found in: Imperial Camp
Can be purchased in: Narshe, Jidoor, Albrook
Can be stolen from: Devil
Anyone
Moogle Charm Molulu's Charm Eliminates all random encounters. Can be found in: Narshe Mog
Muscle Belt Raises max HP by 50%. Can be stolen from: Glasya Labolas
Can be won from: Skull Dragon
Anyone
Offering Master's Scroll Allows the user to attack four times in a row. In the SNES version, it changes the Fight command into "X-Fight", but this is not present in the GBA version. Can be won from: Samurai Soul Anyone
Peace Ring Protects against Berserk and Confuse. Can be purchased in: Albrook, Jidoor, Tzen, Thamasa
Can be won from: NeckHunter, Kefka
Anyone
Pod Bracelet Guard Bracelet Grants Protect and Shell statuses to the wearer. Can be found in: Narshe
Can be stolen from: Fiend Dragon
Can be won from: Wrexsoul
Can be Metamorphed from: Holy Dragon, Alluring Rider
Bet Hero Ring in the Colosseum
Anyone
Rage Ring Berserker Ring Allows Umaro to throw allies at opponents for increased damage. Increases Strength by 5, nullifies lightning-elemental damage and absorbs fire-elemental damage Can be found in: Cave in the Veldt
Bet Blizzard Orb in the Colosseum
Umaro
Relic Ring Lich Ring User is considered undead. Healing spells damage user, and Instant Death effects heals them. Reverses effects of Drain and Osmose. Can be found in: Jidoor
Can be Metamorphed from: Behemoth King (Undead), Daedalus, Ahriman
Anyone
Ribbon Protects against all bad status ailments. Can be found in: South Figaro, Moogle Cave, Phoenix Cave, Kefka's Tower
Can be stolen from: Brachiosaur, Guardian, Ultima Weapon
Can be Metamorphed from: Misty, Cherry, Pandora, Coco, Level 80 Magic
Anyone
RunningShoes Hermes Sandals
ダッシューズ
(Dasshuuzu)
Grants Haste status to the wearer. Can be found in: South Figaro, Zozo, Imperial Base
Can be purchased in: Narshe, Thamasa, Tzen, South Figaro
Can be stolen from: Behemoth
Anyone
Safety Bit Prevents Instant Death attacks Can be found in: Cultists' Tower
Can be stolen from: Fiend
Can be Metamorphed from: Level 90 Magic, Holy Dragon, Lunatys, Alluring Rider, Baalzephon, Clymenus, Level 60 Magic
Anyone
Sneak Ring Thief's Bracer Doubles the success rate of Steal. Increases Speed by 5. Can be found in: Narshe
Can be purchased in: Tzen
Can be stolen from: Dadaluma, Mugbear
Locke, Gogo
Sniper Sight Sniper Eye Makes all attacks by the user unblockable. Can be found in: Phantom Train
Can be purchased in: Albrook, Jidoor, Narshe, Thamasa, Tzen
Anyone
Sprint Shoes Allow the party to walk faster in towns and dungeons. Can be purchased in: Gau's Father's House, Mobliz, Narshe, Returner Hideout, South Figaro, Thamasa, Albrook Anyone
Star Pendant
ほしのペンダント
(Hoshi no Pendanto)
Protects against Poison. Can be found in: Imperial Camp
Can be purchased in: South Figaro, Nikeah
Anyone
Thief Glove Brigand's Glove Changes Steal into Mug. Can be found in: Zozo
Can be stolen from: Scrapper
Betting Thiefknife or Sneak Ring in the Colosseum.
Anyone
Tintinabar Tintinabulum Allows the user to restore HP every time a step is taken on the World Map and in towns and dungeons. Can be found in: Mobliz, Imperial Palace
Bet Megalixir, Exp. Egg, or Marvel Shoes in the Colosseum
Can be Metamorphed from: Stray Cat
Can be won from: Tonberry
Anyone
True Knight Knight's Code
ナイトのこころえ
(Naito no Kokoroe)
Allows the user to automatically Cover for party members whose HP is low. Can be found in: Returner Hideout
Can be purchased in: South Figaro, Jidoor, Narshe, Albrook
Anyone
Wall Ring Reflect Ring Grants Reflect status to the wearer. Can be found in: Narshe, Imperial Base
Can be purchased in: Albrook, Thamasa, Narshe, South Figaro
Anyone
White Cape Protects against Imp and Silence. Increases MBlock by 10%. Can be found in: Returner Hideout
Can be purchased in: Mobliz, Nikeah
Can be stolen from: Ultros
Can be won from: Tzakmaqiel, Illuyankas
Anyone
Zephyr Cape Zephyr Cloak Increases Evade and MBlock by 10%. See Evade bug. Can be found in: Magitek Factory, Triangle Island
Can be purchased in: Nikeah, Auction
Bet Air Anchor in the Colosseum
Anyone



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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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You may be looking for TNG: "Relics".
This article has a
real-world perspective.


"Relics" is the third episode of the second season of Star Trek: Daedalus.

Contents

Summary

After being continually nagged about taking shore leave, Doctor James Maxwell decides to visit his sons and ex-wife, Mariah Crane. Unfortunately, Crane and her new husband, Franklin are archaeologists who are currently involved in an intensive dig on Nordsk Prime and Maxwell's sons have gone along as well.

Although pleased to see his sons again, Maxwell is continually run down and challenged by Franklin, which leads to arguments with Mariah. To make matters worse, conditions on the planet are less the pleasant and Maxwell eventually decides to head back to the USS Daedalus.

As he packs to leave however, Mariah contacts Maxwell and informs him that Franklin has gone missing while visiting one of the dig sites. The family search the entire site but are unable to find Franklin, until Maxwell falls into a massive crypt which had been covered up by sand and debris. At the bottom of the crypt, Maxwell finds an unconscious Franklin. After reviving him, the pair attempt to find their way out of the crypt and discover a vast amount of precious jewellery and ancient tombs in the process. All of the walls are filled with an ancient texts which Franklin identifies ancient Nordram text.

Eventually the pair are able to find a way out of the crypt, and were able to put their differences behind them and work together. While Maxwell returns to the Daedalus, Mariah and Franklin begin to examine the crypt in detail, with years of work ahead of them.

Background notes

  • This episode was initially entitled "Tomb Raiders", but the writers choose this title instead.

Characters

References

Altair VI; Amleth system; archaeology; Atlanta; beef; cordrazine; USS Daedalus; Death Valley; Earth; Emergency Medical Hologram; Endeavour; USS Hornet; Kiram; medical tricorder; New Xindus; Nordram; Nordsk Prime; replicator; Scorpius Reach; shore leave; topaline; toranium; tri-ox compound; tricorder; Vulcan; yorkshire pudding

External links

  • Coming soon

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the Aing-Tii artifacts. You may be looking for the WEG article or the Kashi Mer talisman.
Relics
Production information
Culture

Aing-Tii

Known locations

Aing-Tii homeworld

Physical and technical specifications
Size

All shapes and sizes

Protection type

Hidden in the Embrace

Usage and history
Heritage

Aing-Tii

Era(s)

Legacy era

Affiliation

Aing-Tii

Relics were sacred artifacts from all over the galaxy collected by the Aing-Tii. The Aing-Tii took the relics to their homeworld and placed them in the Embrace, a series of caverns on the planet. They were forbidden to touch the sacred relics, but outsiders were not. For this reason, the Aing-Tii often enlisted the help of others, such as Jorj Car'das, to retrieve the relics.

In 43.5 ABY Jedi Grand Master Luke Skywalker and his son, Jedi Knight Ben Skywalker, traveled to the Kathol Rift to find the Aing-Tii in hopes of learning more about Jacen Solo's fall to the dark side of the Force. They were taken to the Aing-Tii homeworld by Tadar'Ro, who eventually took them to the Embrace, with the hopes that they would find a revelation from the relics that would settle the tensions that had recently risen among the Aing-Tii. Luke touched the Codex, a relic that could increase the Force-sensitivity of the user. This caused the Lost Tribe of Sith, a group of Sith marooned on the planet of Kesh about 5,000 years earlier, to sense Skywalker's presence and hear his name through the Force.

The relics revealed no revelation to the Skywalkers, and the Aing-Tii were left to solve their internal problems on their own.

Appearances


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