Priority One: Warrior's Way #4-What is the KDf Story Anyways? Part II
View Single Post
Join Date: Jun 2012
10-18-2012, 10:49 AM
This is all interesting stuff, jnohd.
The relationship between Star Trek, modernity, and religion is absolutely fascinating. Here are some books on related topics:
Star trek and sacred ground [electronic resource] : explorations of Star trek, religion, and American culture / edited by Jennifer E. Porter and Darcee L. McLaren.
Jennifer E. Porter 1964-; Darcee L. McLaren 1965-; NetLibrary, Inc.
Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press c1999
Deep space and sacred time : Star trek in the American mythos / Jon Wagner, Jan Lundeen.
Jon G Wagner Jan Lundeen 1956-
Westport, Conn. : Praeger 1998
Star Trek and philosophy : the wrath of Kant / edited by Jason T. Eberl and Kevin S. Decker.
Jason T Eberl; Kevin S Decker
Chicago, Ill. : Open Court c2008
The metaphysics of Star Trek / Richard Hanley.
New York : BasicBooks c1997
I am all for expanding the Fek'Ihri storyline. There are quite a few unanswered questions, like where they actually came from. Perhaps this was left intentionally ambiguous, not sure.
But to be honest, as far as I can see, the KDF storyline is littered with underdeveloped enemies--casualties of half-completed storylines, etc. I would be more interested in a focused set of enemies (e.g., Fed, Fek'Ihri, and Iconian), rather than the swarm of foes we now face, which is actually quite unrealistic.
PvP Boot Camp
Project Leader Emeritus