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Star Trek Next Gen Game: This or That

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    lobomensch

    [101]Mar 17, 2006
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    Jarok, I mean, don't know where Joran came from.. all these names seem to come from the same book, sheesh.
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    AlanShore

    [102]Mar 18, 2006
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    Bloodwine. The genuine article.

    John Snyder as Bochra or Conor?
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    lobomensch

    [103]Mar 23, 2006
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    Bochra, Conor's character was too yuppiefied for me.

    Pakleds or Tamarians?
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    LithiumAngel420

    [104]Mar 23, 2006
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    Pakleds! "You think we are not smart..."

    PLOTLINE for "Time Squared" or PLOTLINE for "Cause & Effect"? (Not the produced episode itself, the premise for the episode.)
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    AlanShore

    [105]Mar 24, 2006
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    I assume "Time Squared" was a LITTLE easier to read.

    "The Enemy" or "Face of the Enemy"?
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    lobomensch

    [106]Mar 24, 2006
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    "The Enemy"

    Picard as "Mr. Mott" or "Galen?"
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    LithiumAngel420

    [107]Mar 24, 2006
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    Galen. I didn't like to see him as a bumbling moron.

    Geordi's early VISOR or later VISOR?
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    AlanShore

    [108]Mar 25, 2006
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    I always preferred the later over the earlier, because it looked more realistic. I even prefer the later VISOR over the occular implants (from the movies).

    Ben Maxwell or Erik Pressman?
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    lobomensch

    [109]Mar 25, 2006
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    Ben Maxwell, didn't kill his own crew to prove his point.

    Husnock or Borg trans-warp vessel?
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    TrekFan47

    [110]Apr 19, 2006
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    lobomensch wrote:
    Ben Maxwell, didn't kill his own crew to prove his point.

    Husnock or Borg trans-warp vessel?


    Do you mean that vessel that the alien created to scare away the Enterprise in "The Survivors"? If so, then I would say Borg trans-warp vessels. I mean, look at the more massive damage they have done. Pit them against each other and the Borg will always come out on top. (Not necessarily a Borg fan, that's just the way it is.)
    Edited on 04/19/2006 9:56pm
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    lobomensch

    [111]Apr 20, 2006
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    Yes, that was the vessel in "The Survivors," though it may be a close match between that and the Borg. Remember, Douwd wiped out their entire race with a thought, so there may be almost no limit to what his powers can do as opposed to those of the Borg.
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    lobomensch

    [112]Apr 20, 2006
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    Dalvan hissing beetle or gilvo?
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    kirke_novak

    [113]Apr 20, 2006
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    I feel like, this little. I understood what you were talking about until about 5th page and now O_o. My mum must feels like that when I speak about Biology *deep sighs*
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    lobomensch

    [114]Apr 20, 2006
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    kirke_novak wrote:
    I feel like, this little. I understood what you were talking about until about 5th page and now O_o. My mum must feels like that when I speak about Biology *deep sighs*


    To what are you referring, Kirke?
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    LithiumAngel420

    [115]Apr 21, 2006
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    lobomensch wrote:
    Dalvan hissing beetle or gilvo?


    What difference does it make? That's like asking "gerbal or hampster?" lol They are both useless creatures, but since the Gilvo is endangered I will say the Gilvo.

    Deanna's pink catsuit or blue corsett dress?
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    lobomensch

    [116]Apr 21, 2006
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    I was referring to which would be more pleasing to have. I go for the beetle, easier to care for and fun to listen to.

    Blue dress

    Ro's original or pixie haircut?
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    SRP76

    [117]Apr 21, 2006
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    lobomensch wrote:
    kirke_novak wrote:
    I feel like, this little. I understood what you were talking about until about 5th page and now O_o. My mum must feels like that when I speak about Biology *deep sighs*


    To what are you referring, Kirke?


    Probably not a hardcore Trek-head. Most likely talking about not knowing what the hell a "gilvo" is, among other things.
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    lobomensch

    [118]Apr 21, 2006
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    Focal creature in "New Ground," Alexander almost gets killed in Bio-Lab looking at them,
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    LithiumAngel420

    [119]Apr 22, 2006
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    If it's something you don't know, just google it with the words "star trek tng" and you will find the answer and add more Trek knowledge at the same time. Now, Lobo, what other haircut are you referring to? The only one(s) I know of are with headband and without. And as far as those go I say headband; it breaks her up a little and shows her face.
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    lobomensch

    [120]Apr 22, 2006
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    The haircut she wore in "Cause and Effect."
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