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File: fa043babc472548⋯.gif (280.57 KB, 500x383, 500:383, DzAn6WC.gif)

77791a No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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f5c4aa No.9359

>>9329

Might be good for a before /strek/ after /strek/ type meme.




File: c6ad7061d2dc878⋯.gif (261.38 KB, 300x306, 50:51, c6ad7061d2dc8781743df6d6e2….gif)

f60f01 No.1614[Reply]

reminder that we're in the hunger games tonight at 8pm EDT

>>>/sudo/44368

if you p'toks aren't cheering, you'll be stripped of bloodwine for the next month

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263fa9 No.9635

File: 89665e70488e0fd⋯.jpg (342.84 KB, 902x1280, 451:640, Stewart_reviews_SH_script_….jpg)

>>9603

At least the proper O'Brien is in the lead now.




File: 0c1cce575fd6d70⋯.jpg (28.75 KB, 400x400, 1:1, ktoba5xb_400x400.jpg)

4f0e27 No.9885[Reply]

What'll you do when he dies? Will you have the same reaction as when Spock passed away?

6319ca No.9887

It’ll be sad, but I’ll accept it. Shatner’s already won at life. He was captain of the Enterprise, had a long career afterward of other projects than Star Trek, called Wil Wheaton a fuckhead, visited /x/ and /tv/ and /pol/ (probably visited /pol/) and had lots of money, kids, and wives.

He can go on to the hereafter and ask God what he needs with a starship.


222564 No.9888

Bill will become the patron saint of everything very cool once he dies


01fddd No.9890

>>9888

Trips confirm.

And as >>9887 said, he's already won at life. It'll be sad, but at least he's had a full life.




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File: 5a1aab616caf737⋯.jpg (28.36 KB, 375x303, 125:101, TrumpStarTrek.jpg)

1bf3dc No.8287[Reply]

other thread autoanchored.

you want to know what REALLY bothers me about std? that it takes so much damn time for anything to happen. the main klingon speaks extra slow, his teeth are even more fucked up, and the scenes are always in klingon. commander nonbinary "my hair is the only thing straight about me" spends so fucking long outside the ship preparing to launch towards the unidentified sensor blip, we even get the full countdown. many long shots spent looking at things in near silence. an entire opening scene where the main characters violate the prime directive to save a tiny group of insect things followed by "let's walk in a giant circle in the desert."

this episode could have been an hour and given us more time for the follow up episode. speaking of, the actual episode runtime, including the opening title sequence, is 40 minutes. the show got shorter so they could run more commercials. what's already there is detritus enough, how long before an hour long episode is only 30 minutes of actual show?

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b97eb0 No.9873

>>9872

So he's Romulan, or is Spock not the first Vulcan in Starfleet now?

When we said first Vulcan, we meant first white Vulcan, cause obviously black doesn't count


f77413 No.9875

>>9873

>white

You mean Jewish Vulcan.


b97eb0 No.9877

>>9875

>You mean Jewish Vulcan.

Touche


b1a111 No.9879

>>9873

I'm told that Spock being the first Vulcan in Starfleet was never canon–the idea comes from some of the early Trek novels.

Besides, T'Pol joined Starfleet in season 4 of Enterprise.


91d924 No.9889

>>9873

inb4 this >>9872 is [current stardate] Spock.




File: fda75b11ca22e54⋯.jpg (80.65 KB, 692x530, 346:265, Q-on-Star-Trek-VOY-q-star-….jpg)

8715e4 No.9820[Reply]

What was his fucking problem?

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9ba9b0 No.9876

>>9820

Perma-virgin who could not get his waifu, Picard. So he tried to settle for Janeway.


fc0ecd No.9878

>>9876

Picard's a shit waifu anyway, Q deserves better.


cbc603 No.9882

>>9840

>Q found great meaning in trolling Picard.

This. Q is Anon. He's intelligent, knowledgeable, a social reject, and so catastrophically bored that he can only find fulfilment and meaning in trolling the shit out of the retards the universe puts before him. If the Q continuum had imageboards you just know he would be shitposter prime.


dfbd1e No.9883

>>9882

The Voy ep where edge lord Q wants to die they go to that very img board. A dusty road void of oc, every one has posted all the pasta.


567c3c No.9886

>>9883

That episode is shit. I hate how Voyager had to make the Federation ‘best’ culture.




File: ac63dda0030ae7a⋯.jpg (1.11 MB, 1213x1710, 1213:1710, Starbase 69.jpg)

5395b7 No.6244[Reply]

I was always curious what these cities in space were like inside? We've only truly ever seen Deep Space Nine which as far as Starbases go in the Trek Universe is tiny.

Also what would it be like if anons ran a Starbase?

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aaddf3 No.9869

>>9868

>China

yea like they ain't know for over exaggerating


827ce3 No.9870

>>9851

>fatty starbases too big

i always thought so too. compared to shit like Regula 1, it's absurd. Has anyone attempted to count the decks and take a guess at the population. It's a Star Wars-tier fantasy design, imho.


f92100 No.9871

File: 55d03221d4068c1⋯.png (2.1 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, vlcsnap-1633-05-14-22h15m0….png)

Here is a starbase from STD.


9f81ba No.9874

>>9871

Looks like they flipped that Romulan drilling platform CGI model from Star Trek (2009) and added some windows and grey/blue texture.


af39ac No.9884

>>6244

>Also what would it be like if anons ran a Starbase?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pInBXkt3jvQ




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03a86b No.9811[Reply]

Previous thread is at bumplimit >>25

Archive of it: https://archive.is/17d7I

Thread basically is for discussion of ships in particular ones that are deemed "comfy"

How is anon with his fan design coming along? That actually was pretty nice considering most fan ships are to be frank, godawful trash.

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7268ae No.9854

>>9841

The reason there are so many things that break the nacelle rules is those rules were never really a part of canon. They were just a general design philosophy that they stuck to when making the show, but it was never actually in canon and so there are tons of ships that don't adhere to it. It's pretty much only the feds, Vulcans, Romulans and a few others that stick to it.

It's probably easier to assume that not every species' warp tech works the same way or uses the same principles. Maybe there's more than one method of generating a warp field.


926aea No.9856

File: 6d0cc9962bea0fa⋯.jpg (42.11 KB, 600x418, 300:209, am-i-the-x7fhpj.jpg)

>>9852

nope. the borg cube, doomsday machine, and cystalline entity as well as other "exotic" vessels could plausibly rely on unknown/non-established technology to travel at warp speeds. They aren't the issue.

The BoP was my initial point. It (as well as ships like Defiant) are designs inconsistent with what was established by Roddenberry and Jeffries for TOS. You can blame the knuckleheads at ILM and Leonard Nemoy himself for the invalid Klingon BoP design. I'm just going off the original Word of God.

Known ship designs (Starfleet, Klingon, Vulcan, Romulan, etc.) which lack the paired nacelle/pylon/ramscoop configuration are inconsistent with the original concept for warp-capable starships. The fact that whoever says its canon because it aired that way is handwaving a writing/production error.

Now consider that this element is but one small fraction of the Star Trek mythos and prepare to weep at the sad clusterfuck that is Star Trek canon. Pic related. One sympathizes.

>>9854

It was canon when TOS first aired. It was then subsequently disregarded countless times after.


02ab42 No.9863

File: 94767a35b85db18⋯.jpg (337.24 KB, 1280x1140, 64:57, alien-chart2.jpg)

>>9856

Good point about the Vulcan ships.

We know the Doomsday machine certainly moved only at speeds compatible with the enterprise. If it was some completely different way it got FTL speed, what are the chances it would be the same speeds as a warp drive?

Borg aswell, may have transwarp crap and whatnot, but they can also move like they have regular warpdrives.

And we have a lot of examples of ships with warpdrives that don't have the external nacelles.

Clearly the external nacelles are not the only way to make a warpdrive. They are just the way the federation prefers.


883557 No.9865

>>9863

a tech advisor explained during some tng documentary that the nacelles are so far from the ship because the blast they create when going to warp was destructive.

other ships may have a way around that, or otherwise aren't as anal as the federation when it comes to safety.


008b4d No.9881

File: a0a66823a5c335b⋯.jpg (54.81 KB, 476x437, 476:437, Construction ship.jpg)

"All work crews report to station."




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c2fa71 No.9363[Reply]

Best girl

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d80ae0 No.9812

File: 8bc6c10fbf2fc37⋯.jpg (190.39 KB, 1080x1350, 4:5, 8bc6c10fbf2fc37dcff13b3c1b….jpg)

>>9784

>There's something about her face that kinda turns me off. It's more than just her masculine jaw

oh, anon…


4216a4 No.9842

File: d19ac295a984cb2⋯.jpg (99.13 KB, 1024x769, 1024:769, 313.jpg)

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File: 2d138b1d82c0fb4⋯.jpg (931.27 KB, 3318x1058, 1659:529, nevala.jpg)

Used to like Tasha and Deanna.

But now Nevala is clearly the best girl in Star Trek


7d0650 No.9860

>>9389

I second this motion


0a8398 No.9862

>>9860

the holographic ship version tho, not the real 3d pig version.


ea8619 No.9880

>>9812

Damn. Those are some plump kissable lips.




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513bb5 No.9751[Reply]

I'm making my way through DS9 for the 2nd time and I just got through this episode. To me this has to be one of the biggest missed opportunities in all of Trek. You can't tell me that a long-term, seasonal plot with Tom Riker leading the Maquis wouldn't have been awesome instead of it being a one-off episode.

What other plots/characters did you find to be wasted?

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27eca8 No.9855

>>9817

>Presumably Q and Borg episodes were part of a deliberate decision to make Voyager rehashed garbage then

Kind of, yeah. After the first couple of seasons they basically tried to remake Voyager into another TNG.


eaef6c No.9857

>>9855

Emphasis on "tried," Ensign Dubsman. They should've realised that they couldn't rebottle the lightning and let the show be its own thing.


b9cd2b No.9858

File: 53bd62c878f315d⋯.gif (578.97 KB, 576x432, 4:3, giphy.gif)

>>9817

>Presumably Q and Borg episodes were part of a deliberate decision to make Voyager rehashed garbage then

The writers clearly ran out of ideas with Voyager after creating the premise. DS9 had a novel premise to start off with. "We're exploring a new part of the galaxy, what's in there?" and started with lots of ambiguous elements they fleshed out later. Like how Odo's backstory was deliberately made mysterious and vague because they planned to incorporate it into a later season. The same with the Prophets and a bunch of other stuff.

Voyager had almost none of this. DS9 had the advantage of being a show everyone was skeptical about so they had to try really hard to set it apart from TNG and TOS. Which they did really well. Voyager however after the novelty of being separated from the Federation wore off, it felt like just a lesser TNG with boring characters like Harry Kim and Neelix. And instead of trying to make the show more interesting they resorted to just rehashing more elements from TNG in a foolish effort to keep the show from dying. And it resulted in probably the most forgettable Trek series.

There's a lot of great ideas that one can come up with about a Federation starship separated from the Federation. In my opinion it should've been one of the darkest shows in the series (darker than even DS9) and featuring moral complications arising from having limited supplies and an almost impossible task of flying for 70 years without being serviced. Like I think they should've had episodes where Voyager desperate for supplies turns to piracy or something just for the "greater good" of the mission. Similar to how some of the best episodes of DS9 are ones where the characters deliberately contradict the principles of the Federation just to survive.


1048ee No.9859

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>9857

the concept of voyager (lost in space but with the existing star trek universe up to that point in continuity) was solid.

they just never actually attempted to deliver the concept. hence some serious belly laughs at the voyager torpedo count video. could they have eventually found a way to restock and replace their torpedoes? yup, in fact that could have been the impetus for an episode by itself, but we never even got that.


1048ee No.9861

>>9859

Kim: Captian here is your toast with a compliment of condiments.

Janeway: Nutella?

Kim: We only have ¼ of a tub left.

Janeway: I don't care, Nutella Full spread!

Chakotay: Same here Ensign, Nutella on Toast, Full spread.

Kim: Question, Will you ever promote me?

Janeway and Chakotay: NO!




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921d4c No.9591[Reply]

Is TAS canon? Should it be?

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df8fb8 No.9777

>>9682

So was pretty much every other western cartoon from that era, at least the ones made for television. Hanna-Barbera had their hands in everything, they even reused some TAS backgrounds for He Man. It didn't stop some of it from being good though


97166a No.9783

>>9723

It was her maiden name 'Grayson' specifically which is first established in TAS.


d60300 No.9805

>>9591

>canon

There is no canon in Star Trek, how can there be? None of TOS makes sense at all, the entire thing is based on inconsitencies and plot-holes.


5fbb42 No.9836

>>9783

But the statement that she herself was a TAS creation, which is quite clearly not accurate. For what it's worth it was grandfathered into the fifth film, and in general there was always a backstage understanding that the Yesteryear episode there that appears was the only firmly "in-canon" episode of TAS, with Gene himself having that view.


97166a No.9849

>>9836

Yes. I made a mistake and corrected it. What more do you want? Can't we just get beyond thunderdome?




File: 06b9ad6af6d3b97⋯.webm (1.92 MB, 320x240, 4:3, We're just friends, Q, no….webm)

637cf2 No.130[Reply]

Some Trek related webms to share.

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ccf35f No.8975

>>4781

>>4782

>>4783

This is why Dukat should've finished what he started.


786767 No.8987

>>8975

He was right when he called Bajorans like children.


54fc83 No.8995

>>270

Is this why Worf has gotten his ass kicked so many times in TNG? Some kind of revenge?


29aee4 No.9092

File: c5224c98939b92b⋯.webm (2.8 MB, 720x540, 4:3, Anons_Try_Manual_Clutch.webm)


71b7f7 No.9845

File: 9270bd76d2a70d3⋯.webm (2.6 MB, 624x336, 13:7, voltrontechnobabble.webm)

File: d8a5e460fd649cf⋯.webm (3.82 MB, 624x336, 13:7, voltrondefeatedwithscienc….webm)

I went thru the trouble of making this STD related videos I'm gonna post them to both boards dammit.




File: 99cae2263270b3c⋯.jpg (81.96 KB, 688x548, 172:137, Colin_Powell.jpg)

95bb95 No.9378[Reply]

Is Stark Trek nothing but propaganda?

https://www.infowars.com/captain-kirks-predecessor-star-trek-was-rand-corporation-predictive-programming/

>In a rare and recently unearthed interview from 1965, the actor who preceded William Shatner as first captain of the Enterprise, stated that the series was based on the RAND Corporation’s “projection of things to come”.

Actor Jeffrey Hunter, who played captain Christopher Pike in the Star Trek pilot “The Cage” told a Hollywood columnist in January of ’65 that he hoped the pilot-episode would be picked up as a series because he was intrigued by the fact that the series was based on the RAND corporation’s “projection of things to come.”

“We should know within several weeks whether the show has been sold.”, Hunter stated almost half a century ago.

>“It will be an hour long, in color, with a regular cast of a half-dozen or so and an important guest star each week.”, he stated hopefully.

“The things that intrigues me the most”, Hunter said, “is that it is actually based on the Rand Corporation’s projection of things to come. Except for the fictional characters, it will be like getting a look into the future and some of the predictions will surely come true in our lifetime.”

Trekweb, the first Star Trek website ever to appear on the internet, republished part of the recently discovered interview with Hunter in the context of celebrations around the historic pilot-episode- considered by many “Trekkies” to be the blueprint of the entire Star Trek project. As Trekweb notes, the character of Captain Pike “remains a popular character with Trek fans.”

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bb79a3 No.9437

>>9392

Patrick looks uncomfortable.


2124fd No.9443

>>9437

>Patrick looks uncomfortable.

I noticed that as well. The I really would prefer not to take this photo cause of my liberal friends, but on the other hand, if I refuse, I'm going to get CIAniggered in the middle of the night look on his face.


4ee69e No.9520

>>9381

they were dressed like waiters and Brent Spiner needed to lose 10-15lbs


199a0f No.9521

>>9443

The backstory is Stewart was pissed that Reagan sat in the Captain’s chair without asking him.


e3b5c1 No.9818

File: ed09a113223f37d⋯.jpg (20.34 KB, 512x523, 512:523, shaggy LOL lemme laugh at ….jpg)

>>9378

>infowars




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40e0fb No.9687[Reply]

Does Rainn Wilson make a good Harry Mudd?

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3f4079 No.9782

File: 8333317b675f6f8⋯.jpg (75.39 KB, 323x341, 323:341, startrekspockhollaatcha.jpg)

>>9780

noble sentiment, anon, but you might consider posting some actual Star Trek.


66922f No.9786

There are too many STD threads as it is.


3f4079 No.9807

>>9786

>too many STD threads

if we're not going to filter or delete STD content, i think a good middle-ground would be a single sticky for containment. Faggots will shit up the board every Sunday otherwise.


744bc5 No.9809

no he doesnt

>>9807

i agree

>>9780

>Just trying to keep the board active…

then open up another space ship general discussion and design thread. anons love creativity


baed9a No.9810

>>9809

I was going to wait for page 13 to start one of them up again, but considering how many fucking STD threads we are getting I think it's time to restart the comfy.




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08bb25 No.495[Reply]

Is he the best character?

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75573d No.7450

File: 92b44cfa4abc63c⋯.jpg (6.82 MB, 3976x3056, 497:382, Star Trek - Waypoint 004-0….jpg)

File: f01f3382b9e135e⋯.jpg (1.88 MB, 1988x3056, 497:764, Star Trek - Waypoint 004-0….jpg)

File: 637ae805a610e0e⋯.jpg (1.45 MB, 1988x3056, 497:764, Star Trek - Waypoint 004-0….jpg)

File: 3fcc335a5551698⋯.jpg (1.64 MB, 1988x3056, 497:764, Star Trek - Waypoint 004-0….jpg)


8c7e6f No.7451

File: 063fb5aeb43bf37⋯.jpg (34.26 KB, 500x621, 500:621, 8a7fe3e6850d1fcd34b1d914f9….jpg)

>>7358

Jean-Luc is clearly well versed in the english language, he reads Shakespeare to the point of memorisation plus every other significant text that was ever written in it. The guy is like a walking library of books written in english, even in France today, learning English is not uncommon.

Then again there is that episode where he goes to France to see his brother and he just speaks the same. But he does sing a little French humming song.


75573d No.7453

File: 2153b7cb0a64643⋯.jpg (39.31 KB, 640x350, 64:35, startrek klingon grin.jpg)

>>7451

>he reads Shakespeare to the point of memorisation plus every other significant text that was ever written in it.

In the original French?


8c7e6f No.7454

File: 75ca955b161cedb⋯.jpg (188.33 KB, 1200x600, 2:1, 2ds0029sk29787sh29734hsjhh….jpg)

>>7453

No in the original Klingon


6c6b48 No.9804

Porthos Cartoon Soon




File: a970aa397421bbd⋯.png (775.29 KB, 1290x893, 1290:893, KIA.png)

bfe05c No.140[Reply]

Captain Picard? I'm KDF!

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840dd6 No.9796

Fuckton of baneposting material in TOS I noticed and throughout Trek.


661181 No.9797

>>140

>KDF

>Not KII.


3e74bc No.9798

>>2582

If this ever happens to your establishment, this is what you do. You announce to them that they are trespassing on private property and that they must leave immediately. If they don't leave, you shoot them in the head.


aa900f No.9799

>>2076

The kid was pretty different from Joffrey; he was brave and passionate, and really believed he was the rightful Chancellor.


661181 No.9801

File: 24d3b395a6ec814⋯.jpg (53.43 KB, 480x591, 160:197, Hey, vegetarians.jpg)

>>2582

>this isn't food, it's VIOLENCE!

Mmmm … tasty, marinaded, barbecued violence.




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