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Flash525

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#1 12 years ago

In Endgame, there are two Voodieh Class Warships attacking the shuttle Janeway is in. It takes two Klingon Warships to *not be able* to destroy a shuttle? – And then we have the Rhode Island, which would serve as a destroyer, if not a light cruiser at most, yet they go and help attack the Klingons. Should the Klingons have not made short work of both the Shuttle & Rhode Island? Additionally, what color are Klingon Weapons? – From time to time, I swear they change color from Red, to Green (the Voodieh using Green Disruptors and Torpedoes) as a set example. Dominion Bugs – Do they possess the ability to fire Torpedoes or not? I can’t say there has been a single time within the actual Dominion War when I saw these ships fire anything else but their Disruptor Beam. However, in “The Jam Hadar” – DS9 Episode, when they are attacking the Odyssey, they fire some form of Torpedoes, do they not? Additionally, something else that I noticed whilst watching End Game. Looking at the picture provided below, I fail to see how an Intrepid Class can have upto 1225 Escape Pods...

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#2 12 years ago

The future Starfleet ships have numerous enhancements that the Klingons obviously don't have (as we are told in the dialogue).

The numbers of the pods can have any number of meanings. It doesn't have to be the number on the ship.




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#3 12 years ago

But still Dread, the Klingons must be somewhere on the same page in regards to tech. The fact they can't take out a simple Nova Class is one thing, but too think they can't take on a mere Shuttle is kinda a joke! And what else would those Escape Pod meanings have? - I can't see any use for them numbers except for their Escape Pod Usage.




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SupaStarAshBut still Dread, the Klingons must be somewhere on the same page in regards to tech. The fact they can't take out a simple Nova Class is one thing, but too think they can't take on a mere Shuttle is kinda a joke!

Janeway's shuttle has that nifty little armour system that even the Borg can't penetrate. What do you think is most powerful, two Klingon Negh'Vars or a fleet of Borg cubes?

And what else would those Escape Pod meanings have? - I can't see any use for them numbers except for their Escape Pod Usage.

Production and/or serial number from the shipyard where they were constructed? They can mean any number of things we don't know, but one thing is sure: there aren't 1225 escape pods on an intrepid class vessel.




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#5 12 years ago
SupaStarAsh Additionally, something else that I noticed whilst watching End Game. Looking at the picture provided below, I fail to see how an Intrepid Class can have upto 1225 Escape Pods...

Where on earth did you get that number?




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#6 12 years ago
'Dreadnought[DK']Janeway's shuttle has that nifty little armour system that even the Borg can't penetrate. What do you think is most powerful, two Klingon Negh'Vars or a fleet of Borg cubes?[/quote]You have to remember that these Cubes were old (from the past). The Negh'Var / Voodeih ships were of the same century and were considered as Warships.
'Dreadnought[DK']Production and/or serial number from the shipyard where they were constructed? They can mean any number of things we don't know, but one thing is sure: there aren't 1225 escape pods on an intrepid class vessel.

I suppose that would work... Though I can't see the logic in firstly numbering them, and secondly giving random pods to the ship.

[quote=Chris3123]Where on earth did you get that number?

Uhhh... Try looking at the picture provided.




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#7 12 years ago
SupaStarAshYou have to remember that these Cubes were old (from the past). The Negh'Var / Voodeih ships were of the same century and were considered as Warships.

still, you don't know what kinds of upgrades those two ships have or have not gotten.




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#8 12 years ago

True, but the fact they can't take on a shuttle is actually kinda worrying. Just to think that a fleet of Federation Shuttles can take on the Klingon Empire!




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#9 12 years ago

The entire "Voyager" series was a damn joke. I can't remember how many times that little piece of crap ship got away from destruction. Every time Voyager got another chance to live, I wanted to throw my controller at the TV and scream BS!. There are very certain things in Voyager that I consider canon. I watched a good 75% of episodes in the series, but that really killed Star Trek for me. I watched TNG and DS9 religiously, but Voyager was put on the backburner for me. And Enterprise......I don't even want to talk about that.




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#10 12 years ago

o...........k

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