So we've been told that the Enterprise-J can not be included for various game breaking reasons due to it's immense size (approx. 2 miles long). Maybe also some licensing issues, I can't remember.
Anyway, assuming there were no licensing issues, would you like to see an Ent-J scaled down to approximately the size of the Ent-F so as to avoid game-breaking size issues? Or would that just be too much?
That thing is so spindly looking, that its sheer size was the only thing that made it believable. If it was the same size as a normal ship, I'd expect those nacelles to snap right off; and the saucer would look like it only has room for a single deck.
I wouldn't object to something based on the Ent-J; but just scaling the original down wouldn't work.
I always forget that the Enterprise J is my least favorite enterprise and not the JJ prise. No thanks, but it might be cool as an npc in a mission or something.
The Somraw, K'tinga, D'Kyr, D7, Kumari, Xindi carrier, Xindi escort, and the T'Varo are all older than the Constitution Refit and yet they are tier 5. The Constellation is made up primarily of Connie refit parts and it is tier 5, there is no logical reason whatsoever for the no tier 5/6 connie rule.
If the game were to progress to a point where we needed a new Enterprise, I could see the next one starting to show design decisions that would be moving to the Ent-J. That would make sense.
What I would really like to see is a mission where the Ent-J was there as part of the scenery and rendered at full scale. It would essentially be sitting in space like DS-9 with a battle going on around it, but I think that would be totally epic.
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I've always thought the thing was flat out ugly and way to skinny in some places. It doesn't matter how big it is. I would prefer to think that the Enterprise-J we saw occurred in an alternate timeline that vanished when the Xindi arc ended.
I would not accept an Ent-J in any capacity or size. Already ridiculous enough with all the timeships flying around, and no Temporal Investigations Agents, cleaning up the mess.
Add to that, the Enterprise-J is one of THE ugliest starships ever to grace the tv-screens. It is by far, the ugliest "Enterprise" in Star Trek history. The "XCV" ring ship seen in The Motion Picture was clearly alot better looking than the Enterprise-J.