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Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 145
# 32
11-24-2012, 04:55 PM
I've had a few people ask me some questions I will answer here.

Q: You seem to be focusing a lot on M.A.C.O.'s in Starfinder, why do you do this, and does it make the series "less Trek"?

A: Intentional. I served personally in the United States Army, and I feel that Enterprise did a good thing in introducing the closest thing to "Troops" Star trek has had in the franchise.

Gene Roddenberry wanted a Utopia view of the future. Obviously DS9 is popular for "defying" this view by it's creator, perhaps because sometimes a genius idea person cannot foresee all the possible angles his or her creation can stretch in the paradigm given to the viewers.

I believe there is "much" to explore from the point of view of a "Starfleet grunt". The soldiers of Starfleet are the centurions of Rome; they represent the warriors who do the dirty work that their Utopian Federation would rather not "recognize" as being a necessary evil in their body of ideals.

Not everyone on a Starship can be an officer, it's like having a kitchen full of cooks and not one dishwasher or bus boy. We have had a very bias view of the way Starfleet runs things on a ship, but there always has to be an underdog element that is both crucial and overlooked and often mis credited in any successful organization.

Q: Some parts of the STO official story lore is vague such as the status of the Fed/KDF war. How do you plan to address these issues?

A: Episode 3 in fact,. deals with the very question of what the hell is going on with the Fed/Kdf war/truce? How does it impact ships in the "outback" of Starfinder who run into one another?

I will be addressing the story issues Cryptic has left dangling, while not "assuming" any liberties that may turn out to be mistaken and create discontinuity issues. if that makes sense.

Last edited by chooch99a; 11-25-2012 at 10:17 AM.