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Lt. Commander
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 120
# 11
01-22-2010, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Nightsgale View Post
Not that I want to complain to listening to Leonard Nimoy offer basic STO history lessons to help set the mood for the game... But by this point in the STO universe's timeline, Spock has long since gone to the past, and is now considered Missing or Dead... For continuity's sake, why would Spock, who we know to have crossed into an alternate timeline (and whom we also know would not know the current events of his home reality, due to being removed from it) be narrating a story he couldn't possibly know?

Other than that question of continuity, I'm all for having spiffy narration.
In the same way that Spock also appears in Sid Meiers Civilisation (4 i think).