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The crew encounter aliens who inhabit a massive ship and learn they plan to scour Bajor for resources.

DescriptionEdit

The Hive came from another galaxy: billions of alien beings living inside a vast, biological starship. They've already destroyed one planet, using it as raw material and fuel for their endless voyage through the cosmos, and now the Hive is heading for Bajor. To the Bajorans they've sent a warning, to evacuate the planet or die along with it. Determined to fight, the Bajorans assemble a battle fleet, but it's hopeless against the overwhelming power of the Hive, and only by penetrating the Hive's defenses to learn its guarded secret does Captain Sisko stand a chance of saving Bajor.

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ReferencesEdit

CharactersEdit

Julian BashirBoranBreeJadzia DaxDimasDronDukatFontanaGaraiaGavronHarlHosirJaro EssaKeveKira NerysLadraMakarnMarelMornFeron MulakNoguchiMiles O'BrienOdoPakatPremonQuarkRalRaldarRomSahnaShakaar EdonBenjamin SiskoJake SiskoSoykaTakTarvokTorkTovinTukhWinn AdamiWorinYarka
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Bareil AntosCurzon DaxMalkoTheronVarani

Starships and vehiclesEdit

battle cruiserCalderisi raiderCharakDanube-class runaboutUSS Defiant (Defiant-class) • heavy cruiserheavy interceptorHive interceptorHiveKaritanMorvan Falls (Bajoran starship) • shuttletravel tubetruckVendikar
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USS EnterpriseUSS FarragutUSS PikeUSS Hood

LocationsEdit

BajorBajor sectorBajoran wormholeCardassiaCardassia CityCelestial TempleCitadelDaraneDarane IIIDarane IVDeep Space 9Determination CenterFormaxPromenadeQuark's
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Alpha QuadrantAndromeda GalaxyBavroma spaceportGamma QuadrantMagellanic CloudsMintos AlphaTirek VIII

Races and culturesEdit

Bajoran (Daranian) • CardassianChangelingFerengiHiveHumanProphetsTrill
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BorgCalderisiKlingonTirek VIII nativesUnnamed races and cultures

States and organizationsEdit

Bajoran MilitiaCardassian Central CommandCardassian GuardCardassian UnionCitizen's CouncilHiveRed FlightStarfleetTeam OneTeam TwoUnited Federation of Planets
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Bajoran ResistanceDominionMaquis

Other referencesEdit

admiralagoraphobiaairlockalienanimalantimatterarmadilloasteroid beltastronomerastronomyatmosphereatomaxeBajoran prophecybaseballbat-bird stewbioregeneratorblasterbloodbombbotanical receptorbrickbridgecaptainchairChief of Securitycircuit boardcivilizationcloudcoffeecolonycommunicatorcomputerconstablecontainment fieldcontrol panelcrystaldartsdelta-emitter arrayDeterminationdiameterdocking clampdoctordrakaearthquakeelevatorEmissary of the ProphetsengineerfactoryFerengi Rules of AcquisitionfireFirst Ministerfirst officerflowerforce shieldgalaxygeneratorgenocideglassGrand MasterGreat DesigngulGul-TarHatching yearhelmHivemasterhologramholosuitehurricaneinertial damperinversion fieldjail celljamming signalkailakelaser driverlieutenantlightninglinearmajormanta raymarriagemetalmicronmidgetmilemilitarymoleculemonitormonofilamentmortarmotormountainmutinynavigatoroceanOccupation of Bajoroperations centerorbpaghphaserphoton cannonphoton torpedoplanetpondprejudiceprojectile weaponrainbowrebelrepair dronereplicatorreport compriverrockRomulan alesami flowerscholarscience officerscientistscrollsensorsex providershallathshellsnarksolar systemspace stationsquidstarsteelsuicide bombersunsupernovatabletechnicianthe Crossingthe TextsThird Prophecy of Andakithoraxthrustertinglertorpedotractor beamtransportertranquilizer darttreetricordertutorvedekwarp drivewarp nacellewaterwindowwireworker drone

InformationEdit

  • John Peel uses elements of his Star Trek: Deep Space Nine young adult novels in Objective: Bajor, especially characters and events from Prisoners of Peace.
  • Objective: Bajor features the events leading up to the fall of the Cardassian Central Command, as described in "The Way of the Warrior".
  • An excerpt of Objective: Bajor appears in Adventures in Time and Space.
  • According to John Peel's interview in Voyages of Imagination the Borg were to originally feature in this book, however Simon & Schuster wasn't sure whether Paramount was going to use the Borg in an episode of Deep Space Nine, so Peel was asked to change the alien species.
  • John Peel also noted in Voyages of Imagination that Chapter 1 was added after his wife had read the book and found that what ended up being Chapter 2 didn't have enough action.

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ConnectionsEdit

published order
Previous novel:
The Long Night
DS9 numbered novels Next novel:
Time's Enemy
Previous novel:
Field Trip
novels by John Peel Next novel:
The Death of Princes
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Projections
Pocket Next Adventure:
Elogium
Previous Adventure:
Station Rage
Deep Space Nine Adventures Next Adventure:
Time's Enemy


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