Uh, I think with the end of The Champion, I think Barnes is going to have to lead a different type of team in an entirely different arena (I’m trying to keep this vague).
Book 6 – The Coach
During the off season Gredok the Splithead searches for a replacement coach, but due to his distrust of all things non Gredok, he is unable to make a decision. Meanwhile Quentin Barnes finds his injury is as bad as the Doctors informed him, and reluctant to return next season not being the Quarterback, he approached Gredok. Gredock, seeing an opportunity, and as well as realising that he still has Quentin contracted for another 5 years, demands that Quentin be the coach until a fitting replacement can be found. Quentin and Petra make up their differences and Quentin agrees to consider her requests. The Ionath Krakens pull off the trifecta, with Quentin as Coach. The book ends with Gredock employing Don Pines to take over coaching the team, and Quentin, who has annoyed Gredock one time too many is let go. Quentin flees to Prawatt because his protection against terrorist attacks has now gone
Book 7 – The Owner
Quentin Barnes has retreated to the Prawatt to attempt to play The Game, but his injury keeps hiom out of this as well. Petra decided the Prawatt need to be involved in the other races to a greater amount, and Quentin Barnes becomes the owner of the first Prawatt franchise, The Prawatt Punishers. With the Tweedy Brothers out of contract he signs them up for his new team. The Prawatt Punishers just manage to make the finals, and end up meeting the Ionath Krakens in the final, where they win. During the victory celebrations the terrorists attack and kill Commissioner Frode.
Book 8 – The Commissioner
Quentin Barnes becomes the Commissioner of the League
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