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Andromeda encounters the remainders of the Commonwealth Fleet, whose leaders went into hiding when fighting broke out. The search form them leads to the All Forces Nullification Point.
After the governing body of the Commonwealth votes no-confidence in triumvir Tri-Jema, she sends Dylan visit an augur who is said to be infallible. Dubbed Citizen Eight, the augur aims to take Tri-Jema's place as triumvir and remove Dylan from command of the Andromeda.
Dylan, sent on a mission by a triumvir, discovers that the moon that is the target of the mission is the base of Kroton, the half-human, half-android genius that created the Magog world-ship.
The Andromeda investigates the site of a reported Nietzschean attack on a Commonwealth battleship, but find no debris and no sign that any conflict occurred.
Andromeda comes between two Nietzschean siblings. One has a weapon that can eliminate higher brain functions; the other holds her nephew hostage.
Tyr returns. He's sided with the Collectors against his former crew and he wants the map for the Route of Ages.
The Collectors tell Tyr that the map for the Route of Ages is a map to the Abyss it. The crew of the Andromeda has the map but Tyr has Beka.
The Andromeda receives a distress call from a Commonwealth prison experiencing a riot.
When one scientist is kidnapped and others are killed at a conference on dealing with the Magog threat, the crew must figure out who is responsible. Meanwhile Dylan is kidnapped by the Collectors.
The daughter of a king is kidnapped by a ruthless renegade. But when the crew finds her, she says her father tried to kill her, and the renegade is actually a hero.
The Collectors now control the Commonwealth. Dylan and the crew are put on trial.
Andromeda captures a smuggler with a shipment of bioarmor. They try to track down the origins of the armor, but there's more to the armor than they first realize.
When Dylan activates an experimental cloaking device, he gets swept into an alternate dimension.
The Andromeda encounters two ships from a planet where they have been fighting for as long as anyone can remember.
Rev Bem says he knows of a weapon against the Abyss; he will only show Dylan in person.
The Abyss has infected Beka; the crew must find a way to free her of the Abyss.
Dylan, Harper and Rhade are captured by Templars. Beka, Trance and Rommie track down a smuggler.
An emissary from Tri-Gemma arrives, claiming that she is still on the crew's side, despite the current circumstances. Is she telling the truth or is she after something?
Rommie has become too emotional; the Andromeda cuts off her access and runs a full diagnostic, disabling many of the ship's resources.
A man from Beka's past, posing as a Wayist, is killed by agents of the Abyss. The crew must find what he was after before the Abyss finds it.
The Andromeda rescues a defenseless ship from former Commonwealth fighters. The occupants are an ambassador and his pilot, returning to Arkology from successful peace negotiations with the Magog on board the World-Ship.
With the Magog World-Ship at hand, Dylan must defend Arkology as one of the Paradine, beings said to have witnessed the creation of the universe.