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The Unity Saga is an epic Star Trek/Star Wars crossover by Chuck Sonnenberg telling the story of Unity, the path to peace between two galaxies. The story is told in two trilogies:

The Road To Unity

  • I: Worlds Without End
  • II: Shadows of the Night
  • III: Against All Odds

The Price Of Unity

  • IV: Paradise Lost
  • V: Blood of Heroes
  • VI: Dawn of Forever

Totaled, the saga is 250 chapters in length. Did we mention it's epic?

Read it here.

 "I'm Romal," the Devaronian said. "I speak for the Borg."

Admiral Yunar looked him over. "You don't look like a Borg," he remarked.

"No, admiral, I'm their attorney."

 "Sir, Borg cubes coming out of warp!"

"What? How many? I said how many,"

"One hundred twelve, sir."

  • Organic Technology: the Vong
  • The Peter Principle: Though Chuck doesn't care for Janeway as a captain, he protrays her as being quite competent in certain other endeavors owing to her background as a science officer. For example, she figures out how to run transporter beams through hyperspace.
  • Pet the Dog: For the author. Though he beats up on the Voyager crew a lot in his reviews of that show, he generally shows most of them at their best here and even allows them to grow, and/or, have heroic deaths. The mere fact that he chooses to leave Capt Okona out of the story rather than including him to give him a savage humiliating death shows restraint.
    • He also simply has Neelix Put on a Bus early on and never return. Now that's willpower.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Unsurprisingly for Star Wars, which lives by this trope, this is the resolution of Ben Skywalker's character arc.
    • Data sacrifices himself to destroy the Death Star after killing Troi and betraying Seven.
  • Rooting For The Empire: A literal example, during parts of the series.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Supernatural Powers: Q can make sound in space, because he has no respect for the physics of vacuum.
  • Shout-Out: Many other crossovers, including Conquest and Star Crossed.
    • Picard questions his right to commit genocide against the Borg in a very similar manner to the Doctor in "Genesis of the Daleks."
      • Much more likely this is a call back to the other times Picard has pondered this subject, regarding both the Borg and the Crystalline Entity.
  • Suspiciously Apropos Music: Seven of Nine and "Puff the Magic Dragon." NOT in regards to marijuana use.
  • Temporal Paradox: The Oracle
  • Techno Babble: used realistically
  • That Makes Me Feel Angry: Seven tends to talk like this, though she is rediscovering her emotions throughout much of this story.
  • Utopia Justifies the Means: A rare heroic example by most of the main characters, but especially Sisko and Empress Leia.
  • The Woobie: "They're going to take it all away from you, Sebastian." And boy, do they ever.
  • Worthy Opponent: Delric Taar, who despite being an Imperial TIE pilot who gets a good number of kills including Tom Paris is a very likable and engaging character, and one of the most developed throughout the whole story.
  • Xanatos Gambit / Evil Plan: The Oracle's schemes.
  • You Can't Fight Fate: A major theme
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