- For other uses, see Exiles.
|Series:||The Original Series|
|Miniseries:||Vulcan's Soul, No. 2|
|Author(s):||Josepha Sherman & Susan Shwartz|
|Published:||Hardcover - June 2006|
Tensions remain high as the United Federation of Planets, the Klingon Empire, and the Romulan Star Empire attempt to maintain their fragile post-Dominion War peace in the wake of the brutal attack by the mysterious Watraii that ended with the loss of Admiral Pavel Chekov. When Admiral Uhura receives intelligence regarding a Watraii base that may contain more than one surprise, she sends Ambassador Spock, Captain Saavik, Ruanek, Captain Montgomery Scott, and Lieutenant Commander Data on a covert mission to learn its secrets...
But the true secrets of the Watraii have their basis millennia in the past. In the time of Surak, Vulcans were at a crossroads, on the cusp of either embracing logic or succumbing to emotion and destroying themselves. With Surak's blessing, a group of Vulcans left their turbulent homeworld to find their destiny among the stars -- but the stars prove themselves even more unforgiving than the sands of Vulcan's deserts, as Karatek, the reluctant leader of the exiles, must struggle to hold the community together.
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- Avarin • Charvanek • Pavel Chekov • Data • Edwin Del • Harex • Healer • Ikata • Iria • Karatek • Kovar • Lovar • Dara Mellon • Eric Nagata • Nalia • Azeraik N'Keth • N'Veyan • Rovalat • Ruanek • Saavik • S'lovan • Spock • S'task • Streon • Suhur • Surak • Suwarin • T'Evoryn • T'Kala • T'Lysia • T'Olryn • T'Partha • T'Selis • T'Via • T'Vria • T'Vysse • Nyota Uhura • Vortal
- Referenced only
- Dralath • Ivek • James T. Kirk • Jean-Luc Picard • Mitrani • Narviat • Torin • T'Raya • Varen
Starships and vehiclesEdit
- Earth • Paris • Champs-Elysees • Eiffel Tower • Palais de la Concorde • Paris Spaceport • Starfleet Academy • Vulcan • Mount Seleya • Hall of Ancient Thought • Vulcan's Forge • Womb of Fire • Fire Plains of Raal • Remus • Romulus
Races and culturesEdit
States and organizationsEdit
- Confederacy of Vulcan • Vulcan Science Academy • Vulcan Space Institute • Te-Vikram Brotherhood • Vulcan Guard • Klingon Empire • Romulan Star Empire • House Minor Strevon • Tal Shiar • United Federation of Planets • Federation Council • Interplanetary Linguistics Conference • Starfleet • Starfleet Intelligence
- Ambassador • Dominion War • Eater of Souls • Fifth of Tasmeen • Folkloric Interchanges in Bogati and Vulcan Transmission • Imagecaster • Kal-if-fee • Kahs-wan • Ke-tarya-yatar • Kitiki • Koon-ut-kal-if-fee • Kylin'the • Le-matya • Minshara class • Mother World • Pon Farr • Praetor • Quaris class • Sehlat • Sundering • Surak's Analects • S'gagerat • Tal-Shaya • Tetcharik • Treasury of Erebus • T'Kehr • T'sai • Traité d'Unification • Veruul • Vorta Vor • Vulcan Space Initiative • Vulcan Station • Sanctification of the Hearth
- The miners of the Exile fleet discover a unique crystal mineral which has the power to channel energy and possibly help in the achievement in faster than light travel which suggests that it may be Dilithium.
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& Susan Shwartz
Body and Soul
|The above chronology placements are based on the primary placement in 2377.|
The Pocket Books Timeline places events from this story in one other timeframe:
The Romulan Way
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