UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION A

  • Abraxas: quadrant where the Protector encounters a carbonizing cloud ["The Angel Dust of Abraxas"] under the jurisdiction of Abraxas of Sargacia ["Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe", Green Lantern series]

  • Abyrian sector: where Thermians were put into hibernation and Protector II collided with alternate Protector which had collided with neutron comet ["Jason, Nobody's Driving the Ship" by the Fishkeeper]

  • Adirof: city on Amexon for which spring is named ["Seventh Stone" by Cassia and Sibhan]

  • "Aftermath, The" In 2402 the Thermians need help when they attempt to resettle on Thermia, but when Mathesar‘s long-lost twin, Matinsar, saves the life of Sarris‘ not-so-evil twin, Tada Taika, and with a little historical documentation of his brother's death from Cmdr. Taggart, he makes peace with the Thermians ["Protector II" by Howard Gordon]

  • Aganguv: homeworld of pirates who attempt to invade Arggho [“The Pirates of Arrgho”]

  • Aladdin: system from which Protector escaped only somewhat damaged in battle [SubSpaceStatic 209:33]

  • Aldoria: noted for ale ["The Perfect Mate"], not for truffles ["With Special Guest"]

  • "Alien Lunch": Television Tropes and Idioms article that compares alien foods, particularly bloodticks favorably over some "steaks"

  • "Ambassador's Gambit, The" When Laredo innocently shakes the KQU-flux ambassador's hand, he is sentenced to fight to the death against the ambassador's chosen champion, Lt. Madison. Dr. Lazarus intervenes with a lengthy monologue on humanoid mortality and immortality, "Greb av khux khax greb av het av hen, tug khet av brut sa wak greb kes-khav trom kux shod fujshum greb lex grabtrom khax khav bog fujshum kux pef kes-khax khav khep khet." ("To be or not to be that is the question, whether it is better in oneself to endure the hammers and nails of outrageous fortune or to fight against many misfortunes and end them.") The KQU-flux rethink their policy of capital punishment and another step toward Pax Galactica is taken. [by Howard Gordon, inspired "Justice" by Ralph Wills and Worley Thorne]

  • Amexon: ["eternity"] where legendary healing Spring of Adirolf ["Seventh Stone" by Cassia and Sibhan] is said to be located ["Return to Planet Amexon"]

  • Angian: humanoid from Ang with enlarged chest for breathing rarefied air ["Gark'nor of Ang", "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon]

  • "Angel Dust of Abraxas, The" After the Protector passes through a strange dust cloud in the Abraxas quadrant the ship’s hull starts to carbonize. In a last attempt to stop the process, after all else has failed, Cmdr. Taggart orders Laredo to fly into the sun. ["Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke]

  • "Another Dollop of Apocalypse": Protector returns to deal with the Peytonians who, like the Vendikarians and Eminiarians, have become too used to ritualized hypocrisy, class conflict, incest, abortion, adultery, lust and murder [sequel to "Astro Quest: A Dollop of Apocalypse" by Naren Shankar, inspired "A Taste of Armageddon" and "Return to Peyton Place"]

  • appearance generator: personal holographic projector designed as Thermian training aid on the Protector II and in their relations with Humans, but re-programmable for deception

  • arachnipi: small insectoid ["The Sigournate Virus"]

  • Arcadia: starship on which Taggart and Joan Edith served together and on which she died ["Visions of Darkness" and "On the Edge of Forever City"]

  • aranar: Joytan anti-plague drug sought by the Protector on Arrgho (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • Archemelar III: failed colony of homeworldless Thermians in the Horsehead nebula ["Greatest Failure" in Quasi-Scientific Ponderings by David Sagus]

  • Arctinus: planet of Miletus system, from whose third moon comes the infamous snark cat [Arctinus of Miletus, "Attack of the Kreemorians" ,"Galaxy Busters" by Sheila Paulseon]

  • Arrgho: aka Evri I, black market planet which Protector visits [“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “Band from Arrgho” filksong]

  • "Artificial Devotion" Madison remembers her days at the Starseeker Academy, when she finally beat her Tyleenian martial arts trainer, only to be reassigned by Dean Yoo as computer interface specialist, when a Grenter AI imprinted on her [by Katie M]

  • "Assault on Volatrex 3" In 2384 Dr. Lazarus yet again says, "Trut av khep, Peter-ke." ("He's dead, Peter.") Thanks to Chen's holographic wall of fire no more lives are lost. Dr. Lazarus gives a memorable memorial, "Fet nul lep wak buz pan paf. Jack paf khep rad jux shag zef hot wak fros ses wak vod khav hos brul." ("Crewman Number Six, we hardly knew you. Seeing your death as the lava monster wobbled towards us will light our hearts forever.") [by Paul Dehn, who used wall of fire in "Beneath the Planet of the Apes"; in Galaxy Quest 3 by Jesse James Blish, Crewman Number Six is called Gregarius Sextus]

  • Astro Questor: fan of "Astro Quest", starring Josh Coxx as Cmdr. Artemis Bishop, Bradford Tatum as Ensign Garth, Christine Scott Bennett as Yeoman Sally Malloy, the Vellikon ["A Space Oddity" by Naren Shankar]

  • atrayamylwide: drug used to treat the after effects of extreme T’rnding [“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • "Attack of the Kreemorians" Kreemorians manage to board the Protector using fangor beasts, but are fooled by the old Look-out-behind-you! ploy and a holographic snark cat

  • Avsnoyl: became desperately desirous of the Protector’s virrilium, presumably for the production of illegal weapons ["The Two Faces of Avsoyl"]

  • Azar: pseudonym of contributor to NSEA Bulletin

 

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