...and the idea of the ship being stolen actually collides heavily with several bits and pieces from the actual movies.
As soon as the BoP decloaks Sulu says "Klingon Bird-of-Prey, she's arming torpedoes"...so if it was a stolen s…
Okay, that means it was actually impossible for...
- the Americans to be the first on the moon because they didn't invent rocket science
- the Germans and Russians to build the scarierst tanks of WW2 because they didn't invent the tank
Because this kind of stuff has been used by the playerbase to "prove" (yeah something that is used in another product line whose storyline is so different it is not allowed to call itself Star Trek is proof somehow) Klingons are a…
There is actually an entirely different reason for this "Klingons got their tech from the Hur'q" stuff you overlooked: Starfleet Command.
The thing is that SFC is based on "Star Fleet Battles" (it's the same game only the ships …
Probably for the same reason the other dozens of ships that have cropped up in Star Trek since the 1960's have not been included into the game.
The way you phrased your question implies this ship is in some way special or more important tha…
I've seen threads closed because someone on the Klingon forums posted stuff in Klingon, I've seen others closed because someone spoke German of French because their English was basic or worse.
So....try to look at it from this angle: when s…
Well, like I said it's physical but not genetic.
As this article notes there are indeed structural differences in the brain homosexuals compared to their heterosexual brethren:
it also states …
From what I've read it's a combined thing that involves both genetics and a certain amount of different hormones during gestation.
That's why it can happen to one twin and not to another.
The thing is that if homosexuality were a choice, th…
There are also countries on this planet where women are not allowed to drive an automobile...that should in theory mean that there should be a massive controversy regarding female starship helmsmen then right?
Actually there should be a few...it's just that Klingons wouldn't do the same kind of exploration Starfleet does. The Klingons would "explore" their borders to find out whether there'y a worthy target out there, what kind of resou…
It's a great, very maneuverable, allrounder IMHO.
In STFs it can tank well yet and at the same time throw down a GW when needed and still have some heals on standby in the Lt Uni slot.
Or it can throw down fire support when you load the uni slot wit…
That's interesting, I actually approached this subject from a totally different angle when I thought about the BO layout.:cool:
IMHO the TOS Klingons were not as aggressive as the other incarnations. They were actually more the kind of fol…
Well given the two possible BO layout options that we appearently have nowadays on T6
IIII III III II I
IIII III II II II
they could always do something creative and make a ship with two LtC TAC, like this:
IIII III III II I
Though that's possi…
The Klingons joined the Federation in one of several possible futures.
Remember: Daniels did not know how the fight with the Xindi and the Sphere Builders would turn out. So he told Archer what he knew from HIS perspective, where the Expanse obvious…
Actually all Star Wars novels are considered non-canon for about a year now.;)
"On April 25, 2014, Lucasfilm announced that the Expanded Universe was being reorganized under the new no…
This "theoretical vs applied" thing reminds me of something I wrote a log time ago.
Guess what? It was about Klingons and science ships.