Nitpicking is a time-honored tradition of science fiction. Asking your readers not to worry about the "little things" is like asking a dog not to sniff at people's crotches. If there's something that appears to violate natural laws, then you can expect someone's going to point it out. That's just the way things are.
strykerammo wrote: »
He's back, you can rationalize his 'return' from the written book "The Return", by William Shatner where James T. Kirk comes back to life after the movie 'Star Trek Generations'.http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/The_Return
tpalelena wrote: »
Kirk without the trait seductive?
jaturnley wrote: »
Here we go, the ultimate Hearts and Minds reward!
Master of clones, he beams down copies of himself all over your ground encounters. These function like their normal DOFF counterparts. For the engineer, the clone will apply Quick Fix to your fabricated items to keep them in the fight.
There should also be blue Dr. Sibak (clone) DOFFs of every other blue basic DOFF type, given randomly at the end of Hearts and Minds rather then the same one over and over. We need entire crews of Dr. Sibak!