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# 51
03-24-2013, 03:14 PM
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Try post #47, mine above markhawkman's
Blah missed it! /facepalm


Anyhow yes and no. It is connected, but my idea is a straight-line rollbar, while the comic is curved like a warp ring.

I actually got the idea one day entering Omega Leonis one of my Klingon toons, saw a Norgh BoP and a K'T'inga lined up nicely where it gave that illusion it was a K'T'inga with a lower rollbar and two Impulse engines. And ir occurred to me that would be a perfect way the Romulans would evolve their starship designs.

Start with the rollbar that it eventually evolves to the Romulan dual-hull of late 24th Century ships.
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# 52
03-24-2013, 03:17 PM
No chance of it ever happening, but I'd love to see a romulan ship based on the Defiant/Vigilant/Gallant anyway. I was trying to find a picture of it from BC : Kobayashi Maru, but couldn't. Loved to fly that ship.
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# 53
03-24-2013, 04:32 PM
I'm going to call it, even if someone has already done!

VRP-0 Mining Vessel

He he, that stands for 'Vault Retrofit-Prototype Mark Zero.'
Which depending on player to obtaining rarity chance, would
be one of many lore wise. Reproduction based on lost schematics.

No doubt to be found in the Vault, by Obisek and the Reman Resistance.
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# 54
03-24-2013, 06:12 PM
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Is that your opinion, Paibok, or do you have a source?

What do we know about Remus from canon? Well, the Romulans settled on the planet Romulus (in the same solar system) during the 4th century. This means that they've had approximately 2000 years to decide what to do with/to the Remans. Also... Remans are known to have been used as bodyguards during Archer's time.
Lmfao - do I have a source? Why yes, actually, I do. Everything that came out --->BEFORE<--- (and you even quoted it) Star Trek: Nemesis. Just rewatch TOS, TAS, TNG, DS9, VOY, and all TOS era movies and point out one episode or theatrical release where Romulans are using Remans prior to Nemesis or Enterprise.

Go ahead.

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# 55
03-24-2013, 06:54 PM
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Lmfao - do I have a source? Why yes, actually, I do. Everything that came out --->BEFORE<--- (and you even quoted it) Star Trek: Nemesis. Just rewatch TOS, TAS, TNG, DS9, VOY, and all TOS era movies and point out one episode or theatrical release where Romulans are using Remans prior to Nemesis or Enterprise.

Go ahead.

Unless you can point to an episode/movie that contradicts the existence of Remans, your argument doesn't stand.

We didn't discover the Hierarchy until near the end of Voyager. Does that mean they don't exist?
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# 56
03-24-2013, 07:06 PM
They hadn't put the Valdore in the game yet. Which is supposed to be a much bigger/tougher ship than the Mogai Escort. Which is listed on the movie as a Warbird, not a little escort. Unless I'm wrong and they are using it for the Valdore type.

The sky is the limit on what they can do. Since there isn't many Romulan ships ever made it to TV. About like the Klingons. So there is a lot of game made models to design.
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# 57
03-24-2013, 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted by misterde3 View Post
Sounds interesting.
It reminds of the Romulan ship from the "Time Crime" comic:

http://media.comicvine.com/uploads/0...trek_super.jpg
I've always liked that design from the DC Comics series. The merger between a traditional D7 and the design components that would come to define the D'deridex makes a sort of sense. In those movie era comics it served as a means of joining two distinct and recognizable periods in Star Trek history together. This design appeared in a number of TOS comics. If I recall correctly, it was adopted as the standard movie era Romulan design for the DC series. Did this ship class ever receive a name? I was glad to see this mentioned in this thread, and I'd love to see something like it in-game.
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# 58
03-25-2013, 03:15 AM
Took more time to put it on the Internet, but here are my designs that I came up with at the spur of the moment:

Temporum-Class Warbird

Belavis and Veterax-class Warbirds
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# 59
03-25-2013, 09:18 AM
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Lmfao - do I have a source? Why yes, actually, I do. Everything that came out --->BEFORE<--- (and you even quoted it) Star Trek: Nemesis. Just rewatch TOS, TAS, TNG, DS9, VOY, and all TOS era movies and point out one episode or theatrical release where Romulans are using Remans prior to Nemesis or Enterprise.

Go ahead.

All's you've just said is that the existance (or at least then enslavement) of the Reman's wasn't known to the Federation before the events of Nemesis.

Nothing states that the Romulans hadn't enslaved the Remans centuries earlier and just didn't consider them worth mentioning to the Federation.
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# 60
03-25-2013, 01:39 PM
What we know from Canon is that Romulans settled on Romulus AND Remus. Thus the 2 planets in the Raptors claws.
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