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Written by: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Directed by: Allan Kroeker
Episode no.: 1x26 and 2x01
Production no.: 026 and 028
First aired:
Part 1 - 22 May 2002
Part 2 - 18 September 2002
Date: 2152 and the 31st century

Novelization of the two-part episode.



From the back cover 
The Starship Enterprise (NX-01) has carried its crew farther into the reaches of space than any human has ever traveled. Commanded by Captain Jonathan Archer, they have charted new stars, explored planets, and made first contact with many alien races.
The Paraagan deep-space colony was just another first contact, unusual in only two aspects: it was a matriarchal society, and the atmosphere was filled with a highly volatile gas. But the officers of Enterprise knew how to handle the shuttlepod, and they understood the Paraagan landing protocols. As the shuttlepod descended, they closed the plasma vents, certain that nothing could escape and ignite the gas.
Thirty-six hundred colonists were vaporized in the blast. Every building, every living thing, everything on the surface was destroyed in the fireball. Could the Enterprise crew have caused the destruction?
Recalled, Archer knows that the Vulcan High Command has convinced Starfleet of what they have long insisted. Humans are not ready for deep-space exploration.
But these were not the events as history recorded them. No one died. Enterprise was never recalled. This is the startling information offered by the mysterious Crewman Daniels--who claims to be from the thirty-first century and a foot soldier in the Temporal Cold War. Archer sets out to prove Enterprise's innocence. But time is a swiftly moving river in whose deadly rapids Enterprise is caught. Is there really anything they can do?



Jonathan ArcherElizabeth CutlerDanielsMaxwell ForrestJ. KellyTravis MayweatherPhloxPorthosMalcolm Reed • Michael Rostov • Hoshi Sato • Raan • SilikSovalT'PolCharles Tucker III • Williams
Referenced only 
Henry Archer • Mandai Baatl • ChefZefram CochraneLeonardo da Vinci • Danik • Fraddock • Benjamin Franklin • Maagla Fremaa • Fuller • Grat • Jeffries • Keyla • Klaag • Klev • Daavico Loag • Sagen • TaylorH.G. WellsOrville WrightWilbur Wright

Starships and vehicles

D'kyrEnterprise (NX-01) (NX-class) • Shuttlepod 1Shuttlepod 2 • Suliban Cell-ship • Suliban Stealth Cruiser


AustraliaBrazil • Detention Complex Twenty-Six • Earth • Earth Starfleet Spacedock • East Africa • Embarcadero • HellLuna • New Sausalito • Paraagan II • Paraagan Northern Coast • Paraagan Southern Desert • Qo'noSRisaSan FranciscoSan Francisco Bay • Suliban Helix • Tandar Prime • Vulcan Compound • Zefram Cochrane Elementary School

Races and cultures

AndorianHumanDenobulanKlingon • Kreetasen • Suliban • Tandaran • Vulcan

States and organizations

Command Council • Earth StarfleetInterspecies Medical ExchangeRomulan Star Empire • Starfleet Design Center • Suliban CabalUnited Federation of PlanetsVulcan High CommandVulcan Science Directorate

Other references

angelbaseballbeeBiblebicyclebiobed • boomer • boro-carbon • bread pudding • chamelion • chickencoffee • comb • communicatorcopperdisruptorDNAdogeggEnglish • flashlight • gazelle • grappler • Great Plume of Agosoria • Greek • hook • horseshoehypospray • Industrial Age • inspection pod • Latin • line • locker • mag-lock • mothball • night-light • oil • orange juice • pajama • Planet of the Apes • quantum beacon • quantum discriminator • robe • scanner • sinker • Statue of Libertystun grenade • Suliban data disk • tanktop • Technological Age • Temporal Cold War • Temporal Observatory • tetrazine • uniform • water polo


31st century


Star Trek: Enterprise prose publications
Novelizations Broken BowShockwaveThe Expanse
Original novels By the BookWhat Price Honor?Surak's SoulDaedalusDaedalus's ChildrenRosettaLast Full Measure
The Good That Men DoKobayashi MaruThe Romulan War: Beneath the Raptor's Wing
published order
Previous episode:
Before Part 1 - Two Days and Two Nights
Before Part 2 - Carbon Creek
Enterprise episode produced Next episode:
Previous episode:
Two Days and Two Nights
Enterprise episode aired Next episode:
Carbon Creek
Previous novelization:
Broken Bow
Enterprise novelizations Next novelization:
The Expanse
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Cabin E-14
Pocket Next Adventure:
Carbon Creek
The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2152.
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in four other timeframes:
Previous Adventure:
Egg Drop Soup
Chapter 6
Next Adventure:
Broken Bow
Previous Adventure:
Cold Front
Chapter 7
Next Adventure:
Dear Doctor
Previous Adventure:
Chapter 16
Next Adventure:
Vox Sola
Previous Adventure:
Personal Log
31st century Next Adventure:
The Law of Averages

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DC Comics

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Two children (names unknown)



5' 9"

280 lbs (127 kg)




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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

EverQuest II Alternate Advancement Information
AAs » Summoner AAs » Summoner's Stamina line
Shockwave Rank (*/8)
Stamina 1 point
Requires Perceptor's Stamina (Rank 4)
The Perceptor commands their fighter pet to knockdown all enemies surrounding it after its next successful melee hit.
Casting Instant
Recast 1 minute
Duration 1 minute
  • On a successful melee attack this spell will cast Shockwave on target of attack.
    • Inflicts melee damage on targets in area
    • Applies Knockdown. Lasts for x seconds. (see below)
      • Throws target back
      • Blurs vision of target
      • Stuns target
      • Does not affect Epic targets
  • Grants a total of 1 trigger of the spell.
  • You must have a fighter minion to use this ability


Alternate Advancement Ability Effects by Ability Rank
Effect Rank 1 Rank 2 Rank 3 Rank 4 Rank 5 Rank 6 Rank 7 Rank 8
Damage done 189-316 206-344
Knockdown duration 1.8 2.2 2.4

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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

Shockwave used by Dadaluma in Final Fantasy VI.

Shockwave is a recurring enemy ability in the series. It tends to inflict between minor to massive non-elemental damage, and either to one party member or the entire party, and is usually used by bosses.



Final Fantasy VI

Shockwave is an enemy ability used first by Dadaluma, and then later in the Advance remake by Kaiser Dragon. It inflicts minor non-elemental damage to one character.

Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-

Grand Shockwave, which is used by both Weiss Empowered and Azul, and Ground Shockwave, which is used by Rosso, are enemy abilities that deal non-elemental damage which will only connect if Vincent is still on the ground.

Final Fantasy IX

Shockwave, used by SoulCage, Nova Dragon, and Silver Dragon, inflicts major non-elemental damage to the party.

Final Fantasy X

Shockwave is an enemy ability used by One-Eye, which inflicts major non-elemental damage to one character as well as inflicting Blind, Sleep, Slow, Poison, and Silence.

Final Fantasy XI

Shockwave is a Great Sword Weapon Skill which deals area of effect damage and inflicts Sleep.

Final Fantasy XII

Shock Wave, used by several enemies in the game, inflicts physical damage and may cause knockback.


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Guild Wars

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From GuildWiki

Skill details
Campaign: Factions Elementalist
Profession: Elementalist
Attribute: Earth Magic
Type: Elite Spell
    10 Energy 1 Activation 15 Recharge

Full: Adjacent foes take 15...51 earth damage, nearby foes take 15...51 earth damage, and foes in the area take 15...51 earth damage.

Concise: Deals 15...51 earth damage one time to foes in the area. Nearby foes take damage twice and adjacent foes take damage three times.


Earth Magic 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
Earth damage 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75 78
+Earth damage 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75 78
++Earth damage 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69 72 75 78


Signet of Capture:


Shockwave's area of effect damage
  • Each of the three AoE shockwaves hits foes that are in the smaller range and are separate damage packages. So, foes adjacent will be hit three times, foes nearby will be hit twice, and foes in the area will only be hit once.

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Facts about ShockwaveRDF feed

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Shockwave disambiguation page.

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

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Production information

Imperial-class Star Destroyer[1]


Star Destroyer[2]

Technical specifications

>1,600 meters[2]

Engine unit(s)


Hyperdrive system




Sensor systems


Targeting systems


Navigation system



High-energy weaponry[2]


Battleship (downscaled)


New Republic era[2]

Earliest sighting

12 ABY[2]


12 ABY[2]

Present for battles/events

Battle of Harrsk's fortress[2]


Warlord Harrsk[2]



Shockwave was a Star Destroyer built at Warlord Harrsk's secret Deep Core shipyards.[2]



Shockwave, like the Imperial-class Super Star Destroyers, resembled an oversized Imperial II-class Star Destroyer and was heavily outfitted with high-energy weapons. It was capable of obliterating a Victory-class Star Destroyer in a single volley.[2] Despite the differences in size and power, it was simply classified as an Imperial-class Star Destroyer.[1]


Serving as Harrsk' flagship, Shockwave was eventually ravaged and destroyed by Treuten Teradoc's fleet while Harrsk was discussing unification with Admiral Daala. The destruction of the Shockwave would prove a pivotal moment as Admiral Daala's friend, Commander Kratas was touring the vessel at the time, and his death would be one of the major factors moving Daala to revenge herself upon the Imperial Warlords by seeking their deaths in order to install herself as the Supreme Commander of the Empire's remnants.[2]



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Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The name Shockwave has been applied to several Transformers characters.

  • Shockwave the Decepticon triple-changer from the live-action movie tie-in console game.

"Shockwave" is also the Japanese name of Armada Tidal Wave.

Shockwave should not be confused with...

  • Shock Drones, the mass-produced drone-units from the Transformers: Rise of the Chevy Autobots online game.
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