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Lt. Commander
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 120
# 109
03-20-2012, 05:20 PM
Originally Posted by Psi'a Meese
Specific to our map, it's been pointed out many times in these forums that the white lines connecting solitary sector blocks may not mean only a 2D connection across distances. A sector can exist under or over another one. Allowing Federation territory to meander over, under and around someone elses. The Federation isn't' necessarily land-locked. And neither are the Klingons. It would be nice to see something that bears that out. Even if, again, not all sector blocks are defined.
Consider, the Enterprise has been to the Romulan and Klingon homeworlds, with less than a year travel time to either. These are both empires that are also expanding and exploring. Space is indeed big, but most of it is empty and systems with class M planets are relatively scarce.

Given that, plus the fact that border systems are colonized, what evidence other than wishful thinking is there that the Federation isn't 'land locked?'