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# 11
09-10-2010, 10:25 AM
You could also say it was William since Thomas pretended to be him.

Oh and 78! No wait that was the connie refit...
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How many Excelsior variants are there?
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# 12
09-10-2010, 10:34 AM
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You could also say it was William since Thomas pretended to be him.

Oh and 78! No wait that was the connie refit...
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How many Excelsior variants are there?
On screen: 2.

NX-2000 and NCC-1701-B variants.

While we know the deflector dish is able to do ANYTHING, what is it meant for?
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# 13
09-10-2010, 10:37 AM
According to Ex Astra, almost a dozen with the various "study" models. All non-canon, thankfully.
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# 14
09-10-2010, 10:39 AM
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William T. Riker was NEVER on DS9. Thomas Riker was.

The question is impossible.
Wrong. he was there when the Enterprise visited. The one were Worf buggers off to the interment camp, data learns to dream... i forget what it is called
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# 15
09-10-2010, 10:40 AM
Thomas Riker could be consider a clone of William Riker. A clone is not the same person, thus a different character. Yes they were both played by Frankes but then other actors have played multiple characters on all 4 shows as well.

It really depends on how you describe character. I believe that a character is a single entity with 1 life story. Thomas Riker and William Riker do not have the same life story.
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# 16
09-10-2010, 10:43 AM
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Wrong. he was there when the Enterprise visited. The one were Worf buggers off to the interment camp, data learns to dream... i forget what it is called
"Birthright".

Major Kira was originally supposed to be this character.
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# 17
09-10-2010, 12:12 PM
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Major Kira was originally supposed to be this character.
ro laren

top speed of voyager according to the first episode
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# 18
09-10-2010, 12:59 PM
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...When was the first Self-Destruct sequence seen on screen?
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Star trek III: The Search for Spock!
It was in TOS, "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield", when Lokai takes over control of the Enterprise to go to Cheron and Kirk is forced to activate the self-destruct.

*EDIT* I read the full thread and saw your correction. My apologies.
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# 19
09-10-2010, 01:31 PM
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top speed of voyager according to the first episode
I don't believe a top speed was mentioned, but it was stated the variable nacelle geometry granted it a sustainable cruising speed of warp 9.975.
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# 20
09-10-2010, 01:35 PM
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I don't believe a top speed was mentioned, but it was stated the variable nacelle geometry granted it a sustainable cruising speed of warp 9.975.
im pretty sure was mentioned and yes that is correct

what is the d'deridex warbird also known as (or at least called by the feds)
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