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Adaptation


Title:  Adaptation
Author: ghiri_mai
Artist:themadramblings
Mixer:civilbloodshed
Series:  STXI, ENT
Character Pairings:  None
Rating:  M
Word Count:  44451
Warnings:  Mature for language
Summary:  This story examines some of the consequences and implications of the destruction of the planet Vulcan by Nero, which should be major since Vulcan is one of the founding members of the United Federation of Planets. Everyone will have to change old assumptions and adapt to the new reality of the loss of one of the Federation's pillars.
Link to Fic: Masterpost
Link to Art:Artwork
Link to Mix:Mix

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thessaliad
Oct. 17th, 2010 06:01 pm (UTC)
This is amazing. I spent two hours reading it, and I am amazed and impressed at how you created a fully integrated culture for the Romulans. There have been so few stories about the aftermath of Nero's destruction, and I was really happy to see this.

This is probably on the same level as Diane Duane's novels. I read them when they first came out, and I love them to death. Thank you so much for posting this!
ghiri_mai
Oct. 22nd, 2010 11:21 am (UTC)
Thank you!
Thank you for the review. The destruction of Vulcan is a mind-boggling event. I wanted to write about some of the possible consequences.

I do have to give credit to the original source material: the Star Trek RPG books-- The Way of D'era, The Way of Kolinahr, and the Romulans. I used these as references to create both Romulan and Vulcan societies.
ratcreature
Oct. 18th, 2010 03:19 am (UTC)
I stayed up into the early morning to finish this, and it was really cool. I enjoyed the worldbuilding, and liked the characters. At first I was unsure whether I'd get into it with mostly original characters, but it worked very well.
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