I find the notion of Starfleet officers "killing someone for someone else" more annoying than anything grammar-related.
Indeed. The concept of needing to kill in times of war is indeed illogical.
Nevermind that Kirk did kill when the situation warranted. The extra dimensional beings in Catspaw and Apollo in Who Mourns for Adonis? come to mind off hand. They may not have been shot directly but were both killed by the actions of Kirk and crew.
but he was also a God as he said himself "gods do not die"
Kirk kept killing "gods" Vaul for a start , every time they encountered a religion they tried to kill the god
But I always assumed it was because Gene was athiest
Lol that doesn't make it right though
The fact remains that there is a war on in STO.... I am pretty sure they weren't just stunning Cardie and Jem'hadar ships in Sacrifice of Angels, either (or the Cardassian War, or the rest of the Dominion war).
oh ill kill as many cardassians as you like (as long as they are not civilians)
I object to blowing away romulan medics however
The first Romulan mission was just wrong. The empires were not even at war.
That is the one aspect of the writing I have a major problem with. You character has a complete inability to detect or even suspect an Undine, regardless of the level of evidence or how unreasonable the orders they give you are being given.