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# 21
09-10-2010, 04:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Captain_Revo
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)
Ummm, the "oh crap...look at that thing decloaking in front of us. uh oh," warbird?
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# 22
09-10-2010, 04:33 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.
ok, now voyager has taken on a whole new retardation... at that speed would have taken them less than 8 years to get home according to the best guesses Here.
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# 23
09-10-2010, 06:18 PM
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ok, now voyager has taken on a whole new retardation... at that speed would have taken them less than 8 years to get home according to the best guesses Here.
Not necessarily, but that speed is definitely inconsistent with other mentioned tech levels. The rest of the series seems to state, as I recall, they're cruising home at around warp 7 most of the time, which is a bit more in line with what we could expect of a ship like that.
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# 24
09-11-2010, 05:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Captain_Revo
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)
B type Warbird. Or was it D... E... Well some letter. *shrug*


What is the difference between a male and female J'naii?
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# 25
09-11-2010, 11:00 AM
It's a trick question. The J'Naii have only one gender.

What beverage did Scotty and Captain Picard share on the holodeck in the TNG episode "Relics"?
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# 26
09-11-2010, 12:55 PM
Aldebaran whiskey

In what episode did fraiser appear in Star trek: TNG?
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# 27
09-11-2010, 02:23 PM
Cause and Effect, in which the Enterprise was being sent through a temporal loop over and over again, with no memory of previous loops until they finally figured it out.

Shame they never did a follow-up to that story, introducing the Bozeman to the 24th century was ripe ground for another episode altogether (though it was cool they got a mention and Kelsey had that single line in First Contact).



What real-world nebula got mentioned in Enterprise?
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# 28
09-20-2010, 12:47 PM
I believe that was the horsehead nebula.

What level does Worf do target practice at?
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# 29
09-21-2010, 07:49 AM
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I believe that was the horsehead nebula.

What level does Worf do target practice at?
Correct, though my question was mistaken, it was Voyager, not Enterprise. My apologies.

I didn't know Worf did target practice, only his combat simulations in early TNG episodes. I don't remember what difficulty levels he set it for, though.
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# 30
09-21-2010, 07:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Wake_Roberts
I believe that was the horsehead nebula.

What level does Worf do target practice at?
Worf practices at Level 14. Guinan has to come down to his level - and it's still not a fair match.

This one should be simple:

According to backstage info (and before ENT basically upended common fan assumptions), which power was originally intended to use the ship that became the Klingon Bird of Prey?
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