I particularly like'd the overall flow of the tale. It didn't seem rushed, and - maybe because I just enjoy any Gorn content - seemed to flow quite well (and was engaging). I didn't feel the urge to skim. I really became engaged with what was being said.
Now two game aspects came to mind during the read:
What will a Gorn 'Scream' sound like in the game -- Personally I hope it is more Saurian (ie like from 'Aliens' or a painfully hiss), then a human voice trying to pretend to be a reptile.
Navigational Thrusters --- Will there be a chance to have those go 'off-line' and thus lose directional control of our ship until repaired?
Now, off to find a Klingon to sharpen my talons on. Where is Lt. Gozer?
The gorn....I wonder why everyone loves the gorn so much. I loved the story but this guy above me saying he loves gorn content must feel like he has spent the last sevral years without water. Anyway. Good story. Love the idia and I realy hope there will be a territorial aspect to the game. (warhammer online for example, has a good one.) The idia of liberateing planets is GREAT!
Nice to have more on the Gorn though I wonder how we go from here to having the Gorn be apart of the Klingon faction in 2409. Starting to think maybe the Gorn are not fighting for the Klingons because they want to, unless something dramatic happens to change the relationship between these two powers.