Day of Honor on the Bortas
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Join Date: Nov 2012
05-06-2013, 12:13 AM
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Even though I was looking and noticed no one else reading them. just there for the fancy 'leth. I actually read every single one of the bortas's crews opinions about honor and not one of them even came remotely close to the definition of honor. the only honorable crew was the captain, and that was by way of rank and not spirit.
did any of you read them?
Honor is un-airing obligation to truth, forthrightness, and will of courage to enforce it. To stand in the light, instead of retreat to the shadows to conspire. It's what built the Empire!!
Honor, Duty, Loyalty
I did read all of the dialogues (twice) and I liked that the Gorn science officer had different things to say to my Gorn character than he did to my Liberated Borg character.
My feeling is that honor, (like beauty, truth and treason) is in the eye of the beholder. Even among Klingons, honor and what is honorable can mean different things. (Watch Martok, Gowron and Worf argue over this matter in DS9: "The Way of the Warrior" for an example of what I'm talking about.)
"A Gorn walks down the street in that hat, people know he's not afraid of anything."
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