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# 1 Hakeev
03-07-2011, 01:00 AM
Just a quick question. Upon further examination of his corpse, i realised that he is a Romulan and not a Reman. How come he is so Reman looking?
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# 2
03-07-2011, 01:02 AM
he looks nothing like a reman.

perhaps the bald head made you think that but its obvious he is a romulan from the first time we see him.
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# 3
03-07-2011, 01:05 AM
It's the new "JJ Abrams" Romulan look. I cannot post what I think of the "new" Star Trek, I'd have to get really really rude.
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# 4
03-07-2011, 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by FarsightFrostwhisper
It's the new "JJ Abrams" Romulan look. I cannot post what I think of the "new" Star Trek, I'd have to get really really rude.
JJ look did not have the head ridge. hakeev does.

jj has tattoos and hakev does not - (that stuff on the side of his head appears to be a borg implant, which im kind of annoyed they did not flesh out his back story)
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# 5
03-07-2011, 01:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Captain_Revo
JJ look did not have the head ridge. hakeev does.

jj has tattoos and hakev does not - (that stuff on the side of his head appears to be a borg implant, which im kind of annoyed they did not flesh out his back story)
I thought it's a tatoo... then I gain I play on lower details. Also, Hakeev is bald - that is a JJ thing...
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# 6
03-07-2011, 01:14 AM
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Originally Posted by FarsightFrostwhisper
I thought it's a tatoo... then I gain I play on lower details. Also, Hakeev is bald - that is a JJ thing...
Patrick Stewart is JJ in disguise? Or was he horribly attacked by JJ :p

I'm not sure the baldness wasn't a Reman thing JJ picked up off of and added to the Romulans, then again Nemisis is only slightly less faithful than 2009, so I think we're grasping at straws here.

But, yeah, it is one of the liberated borg head attachments, not a tattoo. There also appears to be a scar underneath it, though don't quote me on that. Finally he does have the Romulan head ridges.

EDIT: It turns out that I don't have a good screenshot of him. Sorry.
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# 7
03-07-2011, 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted by FarsightFrostwhisper
I thought it's a tatoo... then I gain I play on lower details. Also, Hakeev is bald - that is a JJ thing...
whilst being bald was something that jj used on his romulans, its not a jj thing as such.

being bald is just something that happens to people. *cough picard cough*

also if he was a borg at some point then he would have lost his hair. maybe he can no longer grow hair. maybe he liked the look.
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# 8
03-07-2011, 01:18 AM
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Originally Posted by FarsightFrostwhisper
I thought it's a tatoo... then I gain I play on lower details. Also, Hakeev is bald - that is a JJ thing...
Hopefully he had no bald offspring. It would be unfortunate to make the above identification mistake on them. Unfortunate indeed.

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# 9
03-07-2011, 01:42 AM
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I thought it's a tatoo... then I gain I play on lower details. Also, Hakeev is bald - that is a JJ thing...
Thats because he is the love child of Shinzon and a Romulan female....
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# 10
03-07-2011, 04:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Captain_Revo
JJ look did not have the head ridge. hakeev does.

jj has tattoos and hakev does not - (that stuff on the side of his head appears to be a borg implant, which im kind of annoyed they did not flesh out his back story)
Yeah, I agree Hakeev wasnt as fleshed out as Obseik. That said the last dialogue from Hakeev was better than his previous ones. He even makes a comment about the Borg in reference to the Iconians. "As the Borg would say, "Resistane is ... futile." " That was a profound statement coming from a liberated Borg as Hakeev seems to be. It could also explain so much of his motivation.

Having been assimulated by the Borg, Hakeev probably doesnt want to become a slave to the Iconians. I am sure he values his freedom above all else. Hence his willingness to help the Iconians and make a place of power for himself. As Krestel said, "Better to rule in hell than serve in heaven". In the end, Hakeev's character did become less one-dimensional.
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