I'm completing Temporal Ambassador for the Romulan side, and I'm using this to provide feedback. Before the temporal shift occurs, shouldn't one of the ships that appears for a second from a portal be a 22nd century warbird instead of a d7 cruiser? The second issue is the bridge officer you meet in the mess has my sci officers name tag, but when I talk to it, the name plate in the conversation is that of the Nausicaan boff I got when I aligned with the Klingons. The same thing happens with the Boff in the barracks. I do like that I get to see Obisek create the diversion though. When I talk to the Wisest Tribble, as I am Romulan, it shouldn't try to hide like I'm a Klingon. Other than that, I like that I receive my ally's cruiser variant.
Yeah, we are Starfleet because we allied with them.
But after thinking about it, it occurred to me. Why are Tasha, Castillo, and even T'nae so eager to work with a Romulan? Given their past and knowing what's to come (at Narendra III), why are they so trusting?
Why are Tasha, Castillo, and even T'nae so eager to work with a Romulan? Given their past and knowing what's to come (at Narendra III), why are they so trusting?
In Tasha reality the Romulans were conquered by the Klingons, in Castillo reality the Federation was not in particular good terms with either the Klingons or the Romulans and in T'nae reality the Dominion just conquered them in the end.
Simply put, that reality sucked for everyone involved ... why would anyone NOT want to prevent it from existing?
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