protogoth wrote: »
The war is over. There remains no logical justification for the restriction.
colonelchenchuan wrote: »
until the latest head dev gets canned too and the new one eliminates or retcons that story too
nitefiuu wrote: »
theres a planet.. Risa.. should i say more ?
also signing to open vulcan for kdf /min. to marauders at least/
bluegeek wrote: »
What I was suggesting was a zone that bars characters from the opposite faction until a specific condition (such as level) is met.
pwebranflakes wrote: »
Let me put the rumors to rest: it's definitely still the C-Store (Cryptic Store) It just takes ZEN.
idashla wrote: »
Shouldn't Klingons (KDF) be able to visit Vulcan? Vulcan is a rather neutral place, right? Shouldn't Klingons be able to visit the Nimoy/Spock memorial on Vulcan. Personally I think so. At the very least if a player achieves Level 4 Diplomacy (aka "Marauding"), they should be able to visit and go down to Vulcan. If you agree, please chime in.
I wasn't sure where a feature request such as this should go, so I am posting here.
kamenriderzero1 wrote: »
The Fed-KDF was is outright over. That meeting at the beginning of Surface tension was restarted and created the Jenolan Accords, the new peace treaty between the Feds and Klingons.
horridperson wrote: »
From an RP perspective Spock was not someone a Klingon should admire.
posted by fruitvendor12
That seems completely backwards, unless you truly believe the KDF is not about honor and persistence and instead really are devoted to war for its own sake.
I disagree across the board. At best you are describing Romulans, and even then a cartoon. Your assumptions regarding Spock that he was a dedicated pacifist are simply wrong. The Spock character has many example of full on battle, and was often deceptive in a way Machiavelli would completely understand. In Spock's mind, war is not its own end and there is nothing in Klingon canon to suggest they'd choose mindless war without guaranteed accomplishment of goals.
Machiavelli for example also said pass no law that will be ignored and draw contempt. Machiavelli wasn't a totalitarian and nor are the KDF. The KDF do support a form of representative democracy but expressed in House/feudal ways completely in keeping with Western tribal systems. Pay your levies and tithes, do want you want.
Spock was a warrior. He had a warrior's creed balanced by the greater good. He was capable of rage and empathy, though he'd never admit it so that was McCoy's job, he made terrible errors, he was an admiral in battle, he gave orders that killed millions of the enemy and that resulted in the deaths of millions of his faction.
War is its own terrible logic.