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# 11
01-16-2011, 06:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Archanubis
Personally, I always preferred the combadge over the uniform.
I'm disappointed that you didn't post a picture of a girl in a bikini wearing just the combadge. Tsk tsk :p
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# 12
01-16-2011, 06:22 AM
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Originally Posted by SaintHazard View Post
It looks bad, and you should feel bad.
It looks good and I feel great. :-P

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Originally Posted by Ravenstein View Post
The AGT uniforms looked terrible I though. Right up there with the Seven of Nine catsuit or Troi's 'uniform'. The Motion Picture uniforms were better.
Ohhh, that's harsh, but I have to disagree.

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Originally Posted by Psi'a Meese
Other than the rank pin bug mentioned in other threads, the uniform can look far better on our characters than they ever did in the shows. The costume, IMO, wasn't fitted well to the actors. Making them look frumpy and contributing to negative opinions when first mentioned for STO.
I think it was also a matter of colour. They seemed a bit dull when compared to the TNG/VOY uniforms. Of course that's something that can be easily fixed in STO.

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Originally Posted by Psi'a Meese
The only exception, IMO, was Kate Mulgrew. We saw her wear it longer. So more time was given to the fit.
Kate Mulgrew didn't wear that uniform. She had two different admiral variants, both with gold trim on the front. I would kill (or pay *grmbl*) for those.

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Originally Posted by Psi'a Meese
I'm happy to have costumed one of my crew entirely in this set. They feel more solidly a part of the 25th century setting than any of my others.
*g* I have three crews in those costumes, for my Aegis Excelsior, my Galaxy-X and my Endgame Intrepid. It just feels right.

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Originally Posted by Valias
That's funny, I'm using the same combination for my Andorian counselor - just with blue for gold, and minus the knife obviously.
Hehe, my crew is always ready for having a boarding party. My main character doesn't have any blue uniforms on his bridge, the only scientist is the first officer. I guess I should change that.

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Originally Posted by Valias
Oh, and I even have my Amlevian redshirt wear the cadet variant (picture).
Okay, that's just awesome. I guess I have to demote one of my ensigns.
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# 13
01-16-2011, 06:31 AM
I think the uniform is terrible. I didnt like it in the shows, I dont like it in the game... the ONLY thing about the uniform I like is the combage; which I already have as a vetran reward I think..
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# 14
01-16-2011, 07:01 AM
i love the uniform in game although i was so so on the actual version on screen. i think the game version looks really nice, although i had to change that middle bit around the waist from black to the colour of the top. makes it look more slightly better in my view.
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# 15
01-16-2011, 07:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Captain_Revo
i love the uniform in game although i was so so on the actual version on screen. i think the game version looks really nice, although i had to change that middle bit around the waist from black to the colour of the top. makes it look more slightly better in my view.
I really wish they would allow us to remove the comber bun.
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# 16
01-16-2011, 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by JCSWW View Post
I really wish they would allow us to remove the comber bun.
True dat. The seams look weird regardless of whether you colour it to fit the upper part or the pants. Why not just do two versions? :/

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Originally Posted by GeneralMiller View Post
theres nothing subconscious about it. it looks like how a 90 year old retiree would wear for a uniform. or if you slap some suspenders on them and collor the pants blue it looks like urkel
In your century maybe.

Tbh, it's not really different to all the arguments comparing TNG unis to pajamas. It's something people are not used to. *shrugs* I applaud Trek for having tried something different rather than applying modern day thinking to everything in the show.
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# 17
01-16-2011, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Valias
I applaud Trek for having tried something different rather than applying modern day thinking to everything in the show.
Absolutely! You shouldn't be able to tell when a scifi show was produced based on what people are wearing. Hair styles are a mood killer also. Star Wars (4) was pretty good with the Leia buns, but the other characters all had the long 70's hair going on -- especially Chewbacca.
-ninja licks valias-
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# 18
01-16-2011, 12:04 PM
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Originally Posted by hort_wort View Post
especially Chewbacca.
*badum-tshhh*

Also, what you did there...
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