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http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Borg-Species_8472_War

We kinda told the Borg how to kill them. Whoops.

On the other hand, they planned to purge us...so all's fair.
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# 2
02-09-2010, 04:38 PM
yeah.. this all happened in star trek: voyager
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# 3
02-09-2010, 04:50 PM
That's the thing though,I thought Janeway fixed all that. Then again, the Undine are using Federation citizens to attack the other governments, so although not an overt attack against the Federation, but it would make the Federation look bad with the other governments. Someone ought to go find Boothby and ask him nicely for them to cut it out already
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# 4
02-09-2010, 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by CAPTWinters
That's the thing though,I thought Janeway fixed all that. Then again, the Undine are using Federation citizens to attack the other governments, so although not an overt attack against the Federation, but it would make the Federation look bad with the other governments. Someone ought to go find Boothby and ask him nicely for them to cut it out already
Janeway had managed to calm down that particular group of Undine/8472's.
The boothby pretender said he was going to speak to the others, but that he "hoped" some would see the light.
But from the looks of STO it seems as if he failed and the rest of them did not agree that humans were not a threat.

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In one of the captain missions you learn that the Unidine are actually only causing trouble because they still think that the other races pose a threat to them.
One specificly plans to blow up DS9 as a warning to all the other races to stay out of their realm.
So once again its not that they are maleovelant, but extreme fear.
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# 5
02-09-2010, 05:17 PM
I never liked how Voyager resolved itself anyway. I mean, the borg are by far the coolest enemies in Star Trek and to kill them off and replace them with a lame bio race from another dimension? Come on... you can't kill the borg off that easy.

It just felt like they were trying to artificially create a worse enemy.
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# 6
02-09-2010, 05:53 PM
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I never liked how Voyager resolved itself anyway. I mean, the borg are by far the coolest enemies in Star Trek and to kill them off and replace them with a lame bio race from another dimension? Come on... you can't kill the borg off that easy.

It just felt like they were trying to artificially create a worse enemy.
they didn't kill off the borg though. if anything it was an extremely farfetched contrivance used to introduce seven's character, rather then make a more powerful enemy.

and think about it from the fear standpoint mentioned. the borg could not defeat the undine by themselves. other races seemed to cower before the borg and i am sure the undine noticed, and yet this "inferior race" that could not even defeat the borg managed to develop a weapon that the undine, who were beating the borg, could not defend against.

if an "inferior" race can figure out a way to defeat you, wouldn't you be fearful of them in the future?
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