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Dr Who

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The Search
Series: BBV Productions - Adventures in a Pocket Universe
Release Number: 2
Main Character: The Mistress
Featuring: K-9 Mark II
Enemy:
Setting:
Writer: Mark Duncan
Director: Bill Baggs
Post Production:
Publisher: BBV Productions
Release Date: September 1999
Format: 1 CD
Prod. Code:
ISBN:
Previous Story: The Choice
Following Story:

Contents

Publisher's Summary

To maintain their vessel, the Mistress and K9 must locate a sustainable power source and e-space-compatible technology - or lose the ability to time travel forever.

Their answer lies within an ancient derelict Dyson sphere. But all is not as its seems, and the arrival of alien archaeologists from planet Herta, searching for evidence of the ancient, brings further danger.

Cast & Characters

References

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Notes

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Continuity

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Timeline

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External Links

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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Story by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Teleplay by: Part 1 - Ronald D. Moore
Part 2 - Ira Steven Behr
Directed by: Part 1 - Kim Friedman
Part 2 - Jonathan Frakes
Episode no.: 3x01 and 3x02
Production no.: 447 and 448
First aired: Part 1 - 26 September 1994
Part 2 - 3 October 1994
Chronology
Date: 2371
Stardate: 48213.1-48217.7

Sisko and the crew take a new starship into the Gamma Quadrant to contact the Founders of the Dominion.

Contents

Introduction

From the front cover:

The novelization of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's incredible two-part premiere!

From the back cover:

The Dominion: The mysterious rulers of the worlds on the other side of the wormhole. The Dominion: a ruthless planet-conquering race unknown even to those they rule. The Dominion: the most dangerous foe the Federation may ever face.
At the edge of the wormhole, the space station Deep Space Nine and the planet Bajor sit on what will be the front line in any Dominion attack. To try and prevent the conflict, Commander Benjamin Sisko and his crew take a never-tested Federation warship through the wormhole to track down and confront the Dominion. If Commander Sisko fails, not only the Federation, but the Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians, and all the worlds of the Alpha Quadrant will face an interstellar war they cannot win.

Summary

References

Characters

Benjamin SiskoKira NerysOdoJulian BashirMiles O'BrienQuarkJadzia DaxJake SiskoElim GarakFemale ChangelingMichael EddingtonAlynna NechayevT'RulBorath • Ornithar • Male ChangelingKeiko O'BrienErisJod • M'rak
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Benedict Arnold • King Arthur • Curzon Dax • Helen of Troy • Judas Iscariot • Thomas JeffersonMolly O'BrienRomJennifer Sisko • Walt Whitman • Zek

Locations

Bajoran wormholeAlpha QuadrantDeep Space 9Operations centerPromenadeStation commander's officeQuark'sReplimatWardroomGamma Quadrant • Callinon • Callinon VII • Callinon relay station • First Founder homeworld • KaremmaOmarion Nebula
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AfricaBajorBajoran arcticCamus IICardassiaDublinEarth • Earth colonies • FranceIrelandIstanbulNew BajorNew Paris colonyParisRigel systemRomulusSan FranciscoStarfleet Headquarters • Thomas Jefferson Memorial Rose Garden

Starships and vehicles

USS Defiant
Referenced only 
BismarckUSS LexingtonUSS MekongUSS OdysseyUSS OrinocoUSS Rio Grande

Starship and shuttle classes

Defiant-classJem'Hadar fighter • Type-18 shuttlepod
Referenced only 
Galaxy-class

Species and cultures

BajoranBolianCardassianChangelingFerengiHumanJem'HadarKaremmaLurianRomulanTrillVorta
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BorgKlingonProphetsTholianVulcan

Technology

Airlock • Antigravity gurney • Antiproton beamCloaking device • Docking clamp • Escape podHolosuiteNacellePhaser bankQuantum torpedoReplicator

States and organizations

Bajoran MilitiaDominionFoundersGreat LinkRomulan Star EmpireStarfleetStarfleet SecurityUnited Federation of Planets
Referenced only 
Bajoran Provisional GovernmentBajoran ResistanceCardassian Central CommandCouncil of the United Federation of PlanetsHundredNaziStarfleet Command

Other

AdmiralAnalgesic • Antibiotic • Bajoran religionBattle cruiser • Battle drill • Battle simulation • BeanBlood • Catalpa bush • Chain of command • Coffee • Coffeehouse • Collision course • Concentration camp • Constitution history • Cupid • DaboDefiant history • Dumpling • Enterprise historyEscortEvasive maneuvers • Fern • Frigate • Grand Nagus's staff • Gravy • Hood history • Hull breach • I'danian spice puddingInternational Space Station • Ivy • Kahlua • KlingoneseLatinumLimestone • Mica • Moonflower • No Second TroyOccupation of Bajor • Odo's bucket • Peace • Photosynthesis • Polyduranium • Potato • Prototype • Ribbongrass • Rogue planet • Sedum • Science officer • Shale • Shield perimeter • Solid • Stargazer lily • Starfleet commission • Subspace variance • SWAT • Synthale • Synthehol • Telekinesis • Thursday • Tulaberry wine • WarshipWater • Witchcraft • World War II • Yoruba mask

Information

First appearances

  • The USS Defiant (and the Defiant class) makes it first appearance in Deep Space 9, as do the Romulans and Deep Space 9's wardroom.
  • Eddington makes his first appearance in "The Search, Part I" and his first name is given as Paul in the novelization. Ron Moore named Eddington after Kirk Douglas's character (also Paul Eddington) in the film In Harm's Way. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion) Eddington gave his first name as Michael in an unaired or unfilmed part of his introduction, which was in the shooting script. His first name would not be mentioned in dialogue until "For the Uniform".
  • As the first episode[s] of 2371, the current insignia (the arrowhead in front of a rectangular bar) debuted here. Intellivore occurred prior to The Search, but the older insignia was still in use during that novel.

Connections

published order
Previous novel:
Emissary
DS9 novelizations Next novel:
The Way of the Warrior
Previous episode:
The Jem'Hadar
DS9 episode produced Next episode:
The House of Quark
Previous episode:
The Jem'Hadar
DS9 episode aired Next episode:
The House of Quark
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Intellivore
Pocket Next Adventure:
The Best and the Brightest
"Year Three", Chapters 7-9
Previous Adventure:
The Second Artifact
Second Interlude
Deep Space Nine Adventures Next Adventure:
Proud Helios

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