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I'd go in and split all those posts out into a 'Garwfoo watches DS9 for the first time' thread, if I'd exhausted every other possible thing I wanted to do in life.

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On 24 July 2016 at 14:05, DeFiBkIlLeR said:

I like it, the ship looks hard as nails, just right for infiltrating Klingon space.

 

Looks like it could be set 30-40yrs before the TOS, I bet Kirks dad has a role in it. (or is that only possible in the new ST timeline?, i get confused with all these alternate timelines in every show)

 

 

Latest speculation is it's post-Undiscovered Country, pre-Next Generation, and after the Khitomer Treaty. Which would make sense if the ship turns out to be a collaborative Klingon/Federation design. Alteratively it could just as easily have been backwards engineered from captured Klingon tech at any point between Enterprise and TOS.

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5 hours ago, Fury4k said:

A lot of people are going to be interested in talking about a new show that would never have gone into the old thread. 

 

And when the show actually starts - it'll be a nightmare to discuss episodes with spoilers, etc in a mega thread with people also discussing Ryker's beard and re watching the other shows.

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15 minutes ago, Pob said:

There's no-one stopping you creating a Ryker's Beard thread.

 

Do we need a Ryker with beard thread, a Ryker without beard thread and a Tom Ryker thread?

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I've renamed the old thread so that DS9 and Riker beard discussions can continue unsullied by the vagaries of modern Trek.

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I want a Star Trek set way in the future - where the Borg are a myth no one really believes exist anymore or something.  It all seems to be set in a safe future window rather than imagining and dreaming up completely amazing new sci fi future tech like previous series did... Teleports, holo decks, replicators etc...

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I was talking about the Trek timeline the other day and I know we've seen glimpses into the further future (29th Century) with DS9 I think, but it's difficult to really conceive of how humanity will have changed in that time. I mean, the tech from the Next Gen/DS9 era is already amazing and, from what I recall, the only differentiator the 29th century Federation was able to offer was bigger ships and time travel. The latter is admitedly huge but could also be a bit Dr Who.

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Enterprise was the one that had the 29th Century in it. Temporal cold war and all that.

 

Voyager did have that episode with the Time Ship and Gary Busey too I think.

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I'd maybe like to see something where, like in the Warhammer universe, ships are vast but are also quite persistent so last for a couple of hundred years and to have one destroyed is a rare event. Maybe have them evolving rather than conforming to a Starfleet build especially the ones which are so far away that they don't hit the starbases very often. 

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14 minutes ago, Harsin said:

I want an 18 rated sexy series set on that sex vaction planet where Picard got laid by an archaeologist.

But it's also the planet with Worf's gold shorts.

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3 hours ago, DirkCrisis said:

"Riker's holodeck sex-capades"

 

Each episode could end with an elderly janitor mopping the holodeck floor, sadly shaking his head.

 

 

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