The articles for the two novels from which this character originates have not been created yet, so I will place his info here. (He was originally given his own article be an anon.) This info can also be found in the Star Trek (Bantam) article's history.

Omne is a character from the Bantam novels "The Price of the Phoenix" and "The Fate of the Phoenix."

Omne is a mysterious figure, strongly opposed to Kirk and Spock and the Federation they represent. He has developed technology to resurrect himself in case of death.

He kills Kirk, forcing Spock to ally with the Romulan Commander (from the episode "The Enterprise Incident") and they discover that Omne is used his technology to two create identical copies of Kirk (one dies, the other lives). Spock battles Omne and he dies.

A second Omne returns and boards the Enterprise. He is killed by Kirk with an Old West revolver, only to be resurrected back in his lab, where (in the second book) he sets out again to dominate both Kirks, and battle Spock and the Romulan Commander. This time, he has the knowledge and abilities of Spock.

Thank you for the above information. It's been added to the page for The Price of the Phoenix.--Ellamurr 23:58, 4 February 2006 (UTC)

First or second?Edit

Page Bantam Books says that Bantam were the first publisher to be given a license for novelizations, yet this page says it was the second. Which page is correct? 07:55, December 27, 2014 (UTC)

Substantial differencesEdit

I added in the fact that the Bantam adaptations of Star Trek episodes generally went from earlier drafts of the scripts and don't always follow what eventually appeared on screen. The wording and placement is taken from Star Trek 1--BruceGrubb (talk) 14:16, August 25, 2017 (UTC)

Please note that there is not "background information" on "real world" pages. The portions about differences belong in the summary, where they can be found now. -- sulfur (talk) 11:50, August 30, 2017 (UTC)
Just to clarify slightly, since there are background information sections on the individual books, which may have resulted in some confusion - this information is very much central to explaining the series of books published by Bantam, so belongs in the summary. For the individual books themselves, it is not summarising the actual content of the book, but providing context behind it, hence it belongs in background there. -- Michael Warren | Talk 14:08, August 30, 2017 (UTC)
The background information sections in the individual books entries is very minor variations of "As with other releases in this series, the stories in this volume were based on early draft scripts, and there are some significant differences between the printed version and what actually appeared on screen." So you have what essence the same thing 12 times with some entries providing more information regarding specific stories (which would belong there not here).--BruceGrubb (talk) 13:14, September 6, 2017 (UTC)

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