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


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

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Accepting banners here

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STD Season 2


STD Season One Recap:

Michael Burnham is the greatest starfleet officer in history. She knows literally everything and can solve any problem presented to her with consummate ease and no small amount of condescension. She was adopted as a child by Spock's parents because there were no other foster parents available out of trillions of Federation citizens but those of Star Trek's most iconic character (who never mentioned an adopted sister in 50 years of canon). The greatest starfleet officer in history commits a mutiny which ends up killing her captain and single-handedly plunges the Federation into war with Klingons (who are now bald xenophobes obsessed with racial purity). Instead of serving her lifetime prison term, Michael is recruited as a science specialist on the secretive USS Discovery, the most advanced ship in the fleet which boasts holographic systems that shouldn't exist for decades, and an experimental "spore drive" that can teleport the ship instantly to any point in the galaxy over a "mycelial network" of space mushrooms. They briefly use a giant tardigrade as their navigator until someone found out that the whole concept of tardigrades teleporting via space mushrooms was plagiarized from an indie video adventure game called motherfucking "Tardigrades." Good job CBS.

Among the crew members of the Discovery are Captain Lorca: a no-nonsense hard-ass with a shady past who plays fast and loose with regulations and might be a little too trigger-happy for a starfleet captain. The alien first officer is Saru, who can sense danger and death approaching, and is from a species comprised entirely of betas. Chief Engineer Stamets is in charge of the spore drive and becomes its navigator after the tardigrade is sued out of a job. The medical officer is Dr. Culber who is gay with Stamets and is currently deceased and/or a spore ghost inside the mycelial network. And then there's Tilly: a hyperactive, overweight, autistic ensign completely unsuited for service on starfleet's most advanced, experimental starship, but is nonetheless inexplicably part of the command track program. God save the poor vessel that sees Tilly as her captain. There's a bunch of other characters that make up the bridge crew, but they're so poorly developed that most viewers don't even know their names. There's also Tyler who is a Klingon double agent / love interest for Michael Burnham, but nobody cares.

Anyway, a bunch of stupid nonsense happens and eventually we find out that Captain Lorca is actually from the Mirror Universe (which absolutely nobody saw coming because the writing in this show is just so fucking clever) and needed the Discovery's spore drive to get back home. Mirror Universe antics ensue, but eventually Lorca is killed and Burnham "saves" the Mirror Universe version of Georgiou (her dead, mutinied-upon captain) who in this reality is the Emperor of the Terran Empire, a Hitler analogue, and an actual cannibal. When the ship makes it back to its own reality there is a convenient time jump wherein the Klingons are about to win the war, but Michael Burnham the greatest starfleet officer in history with aid from Space Hitler avert disaster at the last second. For her "heroics," not only is Burnham's punishment for MUTINY, MURDER, and WAR commuted, but she's reinstated at her full rank and joins the Discovery crew full time. As the ship flies off to pick up its new captain, they are intercepted by the USS Enterprise, Christopher Pike commanding, just in time to bilk CBS All Access subscribers into re-upping their subs based on nostalgia lenses alone.

STD Season Two status:

Captain Pike takes over the Discovery and we find out starfleet gave him an urgent mission to discover the source of seven mysterious red energy bursts that appeared all across the galaxy. For reasons that will most likely make no logical sense, these seven bursts along with a cosmic entity called the "red angel" have driven Spock to commit himself to the loony bin. The only person who can save him and unravel the mystery of the red angel is his estranged adopted sister that we've never heard of in 50 years of canon, the merry mutineer Michael Goddamn-Fucking Burnham. It's whispered that Michael did something to Spock in their childhood that traumatized him so irreparably that they haven't spoken to each other since, but the show won't just come the fuck out and say what it was, because the hacks that write this shit either don't know, or are second-guessing the likely faux-incest storyline that literally everyone could see coming.

In conclusion, fuck this show and anyone who says "Oh, it's not THAT bad" because, yes, it fucking is.

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Oh shit

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88th birthday

Congratualtions! I have the feeling he will outlive Picard simply to prove he's the greatest Captain.

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Always bugged me

In what years did Star fleet start allowing male crew to wear the dress?

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Mary Sue is the Red Angel right?

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The Orville Season 2 Thread #2

Since last one is at bumplimit and we can't have STD staying on top.

Last thread >>28217

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The Swoleverse

"Ever since I was a little kid, I wanted to join a gym and get /fit/!"

Welcome to the Swoleverse anons, I presume you are already acquainted with great gains?

Here is a recap.




Apparently there are is more Swole out there, including a Jelico comic. Be wary of the Soyverse though, as it tries to seep the Swole away.

Last Thread: >>12568

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Star Trek 4 dead in the water


>The news comes from a piece by Deadline concerning SJ Clarkson. The director will be directing and executive producing HBO’s first Game of Thrones prequel pilot, but that news spells doom for Star Trek. The director was meant to oversee the next sci-fi blockbuster, but Deadline says the film has been put away.

Bad Robot BTFO

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Cardassian Appreciation Thread

The Cardassians are the greatest race in all the Glaxay. Talk about your favorite Cardassians and how they are superior to other inferior races.

Does anytone think they are autistic enough to try writing a Cardassian style mystery novel?

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The Expanse

What is /strek/'s take on The Expanse and the book series its based on?

The villians logic.

The tech.

The ships.

The deliberately turning scientists into high functioning sociopaths to avoid moral scruples with their work.

The politics between belters, Mars and Earth.

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Shameful Confessions

I felt like I needed to get one thing off my chest in regards to Star Trek anons.

I have never watched TOS

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Did Soong make Data have a bigger dick to give other people the impression he had that big of a dick or did he give Data a smaller dick so he can feel better about his own?

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The Real McCoy

McCoy appreciation thread.

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Why the federation is absolute shit

This evolved from a response to a thread that I decided to make its own thread because of how extensive it is.

Why the federation is absolute shit and terrible in all possible ways.

Long live the glory of the Terran Empire.


> fix the Federation

Impossible the federation is systemically fucked and only worked because of plot armor.

Replace it with the Terran Empire, however its no longer the federation.


>Kick out all the xeno trash.


I like the way you are thinking.


1) See


2) Ignoring ST writer ideology making the federation work and trying to portray the Terran Empire as bad (despite the fact that the main federation has more insane juntas then the mirror universe; hell Mirror-Archer was a die hard patriot who only wanted to help the empire and serve it, he got a little greedy by not giving the command of the magic future ship to the idiot who was wrong and tortured him.Its not his fault that his personal whore was a corrupted power hungry bitch and poisoned him and took over the future super ship) as possible we move to the next point:

[To be continued]

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Hello, /strek/ I made a very short Porn """game""" on rpgmaker about lt. Barclay because I like him a lot. You can play it here:


You just need to talk and activate a couple consoles, touching them is enough. The objective is to fug the hologram, after that is over. Hope it will amuse you a bit at least.

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ITT "villains" who did nothing wrong.

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DS9 remastered

Since they're remastering a few scenes for the documentary, one of the VFX artists who worked on the show has been doing a remaster of one of the CGI shots from DS9. It's still a work in progress but I think it looks pretty good.


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If Star Trek is in the future, why doesn't it have anime in it? They still have books, movies, music from Earth, and holographic entertainment. They have paintings and instruments and topiary and statuary. But not a single Miku figurine–why? Japanese people still exist. Was it just stamped out as part of the process of global "Federalization"?

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CG or no CG?

has anybody tried to create a non CG version of TOS, much in the same way as the Harmy's Despecialized Edition was for the original star wars?

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stre/k/ weapons discussions

Let's have a weapons discussion in trek. What phaser rifles would you like to have. Would you want a Fed model, or the more brutally simple spoonhead made direct energy rifle. If the technology reaches a point where stopping powah and ammo capacity becomes relatively same, would the shape and size of direct energy weapons favor a submachine gun size instead of full length rifles.

Would you rather have a makleth instead of the larger bat'leth due to the extreme short distance of melee CQC in space ship boarding or battle situations. Do you think Worf is a klingon weeaboo who is far too focused on muh million times folded bat'leth because HONOR when he could have got a lot more more out of practical shorter bladed klingon weapons.

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Who had the best crew?

Simple enough question, who had the best overall crew?


>Scotty got shit done

>Bones infirmary was part minibar, part gym

>Kirk killed what he couldn't bang

>Spock was a good autist

<Chekov was just that funny Russian guy

<Uhura basically just answered the telephone

<Sulu was a hothead

<Chapel was sort of just there

<Rand just was there to get her ass spanked


>Picard wordgasm'd his way to victory

>Data was the smug android

>Geordi was your typical n33t

>Worf was a Klingaboo Punching bag who was funny to watch fail

>Crusher was a milf

>Guinian was just there to shitpost

>Barclay was what an anon would be

<Polaski was discount Bones

<Riker only purpose was to bang chicks while not putting the ship in jeopardy

<Troi just pointed out the obvious

<Yar got Tar'd

<Spot was a dick



>O'Brien just suffered for our sins

>Odo was smug

>Worf was coming to terms with his Klingabooness

<Jadzia was shit unless she was shown up Worf for being a Klingaboo

<Ezri just sort of wore diapers for the last Season

<Kira was a hothead

<Sisko was insane

<Bashir was a manchild

<Nog was shit till he lost his leg and only got dull


>Tuvok was the only sane character in a sea of madness

>Doc should have insisted it be called the EMH show

<Janeway was an insane tyrant

<Chakotay was forgettable

<Torres was PMS

<Neelix should have been eaten

<7of9 was assbait

<Paris was an ass

<Kim was a cunt

<Kes was used goods



<There are no other crewmembers of note


>Alara a /cute/

>Issac is like having a German aboard

>Gordon is who you would be if you could pilot a ship

>Bortus is a fun autist

>Dann is that awkward autist who will have good taste in film

<Talla is a hothead dyke

<LaMarr only works well with Gordon

<Dr Finn just wants that machine spirit inside her

<Mercer is literally Captain Cuck

<Grayson is Commander Pussy Pass

<Yapshit is kind of just goo

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I want to fuck a Romulan girl

>the short hair and pointy ears of vulcans without the autism.

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It's Only a Paper Moon Feels

So I've been watching DS9 for the first time since it aired. All the episodes in order. After nearly a year, I'm finally up to Season 7. Last night I marathon'ed "Treachery, Faith and the Great River," "Once More Unto the Breach," "The Siege of AR-558," "Covenant," and last but not least, "It's Only a Paper Moon." Goddamn it, but did Paper Moon hit me right in the feels…

>From the classy outfits, to the smooth music, to films like "Shane," why was the 1960's culture far more sophisticated than the degeneracy we have today?

>TFW you can never escape to 1960's Las Vegas to help run a nightclub and build a casino.

>There's no mentor figure in your life like Vic Fontaine to help you get back up on your feet.

>Nog had his leg amputated and is suffering from PTSD.

>What's your excuse?

But how did Nog eat and go to the bathroom if he was in that holosuite for days?

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Was the Delta Quadrant better or worse off with Janeway passing through?

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on a ship like this doing constant exploration and whatever else starfleet assigns it to do 24 hours a day, shoulnd't there technically be three sets of senior crews (ie three captains + senior staff) working 3 shifts of 8 hours each, on account of the fact that the day/night cycle doesn't even exist? or does the enterprise just go hide in some neubla to idle for 12 to 16 hours when picard and the rest of the senior staff finish their shifts?

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How different would Star Trek have turned out if it premiered today instead of in the '60s? Would it still be recognizable as Star Trek, or would it just not be the same with the current zeitgeist?

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The Kelvin Timeline

What does /strek/ think about its premise and concept? I know that the movies weren't particularly good with the last two being particularly egregious, but is it fundamentally flawed to begin with or worthy of continuing under different direction? What would you think if it continued with a Kelvin Picard rather than Kirk?

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Where to find the TV shows?

Where can I watch TNG, Voyger, and DS9? I want to sign up for a netflix account but I can't find out if they have these sires or not.

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It's better not to resist, Commander.

>They dive deeply into our minds.

?Our hopes.

>Our memories, our fears.

>Even our dreams.

Has anyone else been having really strange dreams lately?

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Your own episode?

Say you gained access to a Holodeck and you could essentially make your own custom Star Trek episode with all of the original actors, or even new ones. What would your ideal episode be about? Which crew would it feature? Would you try to write an episode about the Guardian at the edge of forever into TNG? Maybe make a mirror universe tng episode? Or would you say fuck all of that and make your own trek series. What would you do anon?

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The Orville - Season 2

Thread in which /strek/ celebrates the return of the greatest currently-running Star Trek series for it's second season.

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Misconceptions Thread

Things that retarded fans seem to parrot as facts but are complete bullshit and grind your gears.

Here is a common one as an example:

USS Defiant - Sisko's ship - Facts:

>Was equipped with a Romulan cloaking device

>Said cloak was to be only used in Gamma Quadrant

>Also meant to be only operated by a Romulan Waifu that disappeared for whatever reason

>When the original Defiant was destroyed, the replacement did not have a cloaking device fitted

Somehow this translates to:

<Federation had developed cloaking technology

<All Defiant Class ships have cloaking devices

Shit like this makes me rage about the Trek fanbase.

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"Ever since I was a little kid, I wanted to join Starfleet."

"All I ever heard growing up was how great Starfleet was."

Does everyone in the future just work on space ships or something?

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Picard vs Sisko

What do you think?

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Terra Prime did nothing wrong.

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Webm Thread

Old one is at the Bump Limit: >>130

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The talosians

Does anyone find it weirdly contradictory that the Federation had a death sentence for going to the Talosian's planet because they were afraid people would obtain their technology and become addicted to it. Then a few decades later the Federation develops their own eerily similar technology and puts it on all of their shiny starships?

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Ol' Sean Finnegan

Well well… look at ye virgin babies! Muckin' about aimlessly, never knowin' when the worst is gonna strike, and when it does yer quick to wet yer wee diapers! Just like yer precious baby hero Cap'n Jimmy.

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Where are the toilets in Star Trek?

Or have they develop some sort of genetic engineering that means they don't have to shit?

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That chief engineer...

>that's forever alone in engineering

>dies on the regular

>electrocuted on the regular

>poorly "repaired" by Nomad

>fakes death and everyone laughs

>was the closest thing to the 3rd in command yet never gets any respect

>never gets invited to Kirk, Spock and Bones's Best Friends Forever club

>gets cucked by aliens

>gets cucked by his friends

>gets possessed and cucked by demons (kills the only girls in the galaxy drunk enough to fuck him)

>gets cucked by the gods themselves

>gets cucked by the unknown

>gets JUSTed by his own wife

>gets JUSTed in the divorce

>only ever gets a pity fuck from Uhura

>may have finally found some happiness

But wait

>universe rebooted by Jew Jew

>ends up forever alone

>banished to frozen shit hole

>only company is some ugly ass homo ayy

>Uhura fucks Spock then some other assholes

>Forever Alone

>Forever Justed

<“….When a man of Scotty’s years falls in love, the loneliness of his life is suddenly revealed to him. His whole heart once throbbed, only to the ship’s engines.” Kirk Log Entry

Is being Scotty suffering?

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waifu general

post a better girl than vash

pro tip: you can't

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Section 31 in STD is incompatible with DS9 canon

Did the writers even watch Deep Space 9?

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Short Treks - re:View (RLM)

Interesting how much their opinions have changed since their last STD video.

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silicone based organisms

I just fucking realised that the Borg going from a terrifying omnipotent inscrutable menace to bumbling stooges might not have been a convenient retcon, but rather part of their actual plan.

Forget about "The Borg" as in the Star Trek "race" and what that means to you. Think about what a real galaxy-spanning machine-mind might be like: how distantly beyond any little federation it would be as a result of assimilating, cross-referencing and extrapolating on every technology and philosophy it can find and using that to advance itself.

How fucking ludicrous it is that some humans could ever out-wit a patient, immortal collective like that.

We couldn't ever even assume that whatever surface it presents to us is its real self. As far as we know, every feature or characteristic we are presented with is merely a strategic choice designed to influence our long-term decisions.

What I'm getting at is that I think the Federation has already been assimilated, they (and by extension we) just don't realise it yet.

And they did this with Jeri Ryan's massive fucking bongo titties.

What we see of the Borg are basically dumb inept insects that are the DIAMETRIC OPPOSITE of the things the Federation values about themselves, and the reason they resist assimilation. But if our individuality and sense of self really is a strength, then wouldn't the collective want to incorporate that? But how would you assimilate that without destroying it?

Maybe by letting us think we're independent will still finding an interface that integrates us as an intact organ into a greater whole.

Maybe you'd go about that with a sophisticated bimbo trojan horse aimed directly at us, the audience (and by extension the crew) and some bullshit about a unimatrix, and LARPing as antagonists while all along safeguarding their (partially-borgified) ship and ultimately even ultimately giving them a highway to get home.

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Worst Star Trek episodes?

This masterpiece is from DS9 season 3, episode 8: "Meridian".

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New Star Trek Animated Show Announced

>Produced by Alex Kurtzman for Nickelodeon

Apparently it's for kids which is weird cause I thought that what STD was for?


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Romulan Thread

I was always curious about the Romulans in regards to their motives and beliefs. There is a lot of lore surrounding them but almost nothing is really known. They don't seem to be concerned with others posing a threat to them although the mention of Garak caused a nervous twitch from a Tal-Shiar Sub-Commander Just how powerful are the Romulans really?

It always seemed they were all show but no performance; that while their ships TNG era had powerful weapons and strongly shielded they had no speed and were relatively fragile. Almost like they were compensating for something.

They also felt rather mysterious without actually being rather too edgy which really is rare to do all things considered.

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Unpopular Opinions

I thought we gonna have a thread like this. Buckle up for my hot takes:

- most of the dialog on ST is really clumsy and I find this to be irksome. While there are certainly good monologs, dual exchanges in ST always feel awkward and awfully infantile. It's like every character is constantly in exposition mode and the audience is never required to pick up on clues.

- Let's be honest, besides very fee exceptions like "The Visitor" most of the non-story episodes of DS9 are a snoozefest and filler. There is also zero exploration despite the station being situated next to a wormhole carrying them to the other end of the galaxy.

- despite being a boring movie, ST:TMP was the most Trekish movie, especially with its aesthetic.

- there is never going to be another "real" Trek series, ever. DS9 and even VOY despite its flaws were the last ones. This is because of the industry. Shows these days are all about "personal drama", superficial core issues, Chinese fortune cookie wisdoms in dialog form, massive pressure to have the ratings after season 1, constant SJW quota fullfullment, fast pace so the consumerist audience doesn't get bored. The only chance ever for another decent Trek series would be a completely independent project, non-profit, with crowdfunding. However, you'd catch Aids nonetheless due to the retarded Trekkie community, which would have the main influence over the show.

- post-First Contact uniforms are the best ones. DS9 would be way more enjoyable from the beginning if Avery Brooks shaved his head and got that uniform from the beginning.

- Also, Avery Brooks is a horrible actor.

- despite being left-liberal in tone, there are plenty of episodes that are quite American with neoconservative undertones. In the Pale Moonlight is basically a justification for a false flag to start a war. Old Klingons resemble the Japanese. ST VI was about the end of the Cold War with the Klangs selling out their own country for a Pizza Hut like Gorbachev.

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Trek Roasties

>McCoy: Now you listen to me young woman! I'll touch you in any way or manner that my professional judgement indicates!

<Eleen: No, no… the pain is… there…

<Eleen: Lower…

>McCoy: Uh…

Was Eleen the thirstiest milf of all?

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First Contacts

We discuss only episodes in which a first contact took place.

Enterprise S1E01 Broken Bow is my favorite.

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Star Trek 4 - Directed by a woman.

Production company Paramount is in talks with S.J. Clarkson to direct the fourth installment in the rebooted film series starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto.

Clarkson directed episodes from TV series including "Dexter," "Bates Motel" and "Orange is the New Black," as well as the Marvel-based series "Jessica Jones" and "The Defenders."


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Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Several years ago I purchased "Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Special Longer Version) from a thrift store. It was the first time I saw the movie. I just discovered that this was an unofficial release made by ABC that had no input from the original creators. I am curious what major differences there were between versions. Did I watch a completely different version of the film?

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Similarities of Vulcans and Romulans

So I recently finished rewatching Amok Time, and I recall hearing Spock explain to Kirk that the pon farr is part of an ancient tradition that comes even before the time of Surak. This got me wondering about the Romulans, whom we know left Vulcan during the Time of Awakening. Is it possible that the Romulans still wrestle with the pon farr, and that they might retain some of the same Vulcan traditions for dealing with it? What else do the Romulans and Vulcans continue to share in common with one another, in terms of culture and tradition, if anything at all?

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Razörfist Deep Space Nine Series

Razörfist is going to be doing an episode-by-episode breakdown on Deep Space Nine. Are any of you planning on watching it?

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Moral conundrum thread


What would Jean Luc Picard do?

In this thread we post and discuss moral conundrums that we can encounter while exploring the galaxy.

>have nice asian waifu

>she comes back from a visit to a planet

>turns into a 12 yo loli

>still your waifu

>she demands you fulfill your marital obligation

Was it wrong to refuse giving her the warmth and companionship she needed?

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The 8chan Cup 4


The 4th edition of the 8chan Cup is fast approaching. First kickoff is set for January 4th, 2019 at 08:00PM UTC and your board is a part of it. The Cup will be a 32 team tournament, first with a group stage followed by the 16 team Knockout Round, all to determine a champion board of the site. The 3rd editon of the Cup saw the debut of 15 different boards, all of which are returning to shoot for glory once again, amongst revived boards and a few new ones as well. The Cup is being defended by >>>/christian/, who grinded out a 1-0 victory in the Finals over newcomers >>>/ita/. Eternal powerhouse >>>/bane/ managed to claim 3rd place over >>>/strek/ (that's you) by stopping the Trekkies potent offense and pouring on four goals of their own. For a full breakdown of the 2018 Summer Cup, please take a look at the wiki http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki/The_8chan_Cup

In 2019, your board has been drawn into Group H, with /wooo/, /cow/, and /pone/. Please use this thread for pre-tournament hype and also any MINOR tweaks that may need to be made.

For the full wiki: http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/

For the stream: https://cytu.be/r/8cup

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▶8chan Cup 4 - Actual Final Day Thread

Last week, thanks to everyone's favorite shitposting liquor-seller, we started the Knockout Round late, and only made it halfway through. So today we're completing it.




A1 >>>/christian/ vs C1 >>>/genesis/

E1 >>>/test/ vs H2 >>>/cow/

A2 >>>/bmn/ vs C2 >>>/hgg/

E2 >>>/b/ vs H1 >>>/strek/


Winner of A1vC1 vs Winner of E1vH2

Winner of A2vC2 vs Winner of E2vH1

Third-Place Game

Losers of Semifinals


Winners of Semifinals

Same great time, same great channel. https://cytu.be/r/8cup

Also, a place to continue the discussion from the last thread >>>/8cup/2985

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The Federation

>State their policy is to not start wars

>Has literally been in conflict with every major power in their quadrant

>Has also been in wars with nearly every minor power in their quadrant

>Those they haven't been in wars with they have had skirmishes with

>And each time it started was because the Federation was encroaching on their neighbor's territory

Remind me how the Federation are "Good Guys" again?

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Birth of the Federation

>What is it?

Masters of the Orion Star Trek Edition. Even supposedly made by the same devs. It has recently been packed together with tons of mods and fixes to run on more modern systems without the need for a disc.

>Where do I download?


>Whoa those instructions seem complicated

Not really, it's only there to help the most vicious of mouthbreathers install it or if you were retarded enough to get Windows 10. It's basically first two boxes ticked from install typically if you want to just play vanilla.

>What can you do in it?

You can conquer the galaxy via conquest or diplomacy playing the 5 major Alpha Quadrant powers. Use espionage and sabotage to gain leverage over opponents, even introduce biological weapons into someone's ecosystem killing millions and blame someone else for it. You can also build a subspace graviton field and make Bajor pay for it.

>How do the Federation play?

Like an attention whoring creepy girlfriend who wants to be everyone's friend. If you go to war with too many races your people will likely rebel. Ships focus more on defence and all rounded. Uses Diplomacy to gain power over a lot of Minor Races by making them become Members.

>How do the Klingons play?

Viking raiders. If you aren't fighting or make peace your people will get pissed off and likely rebel. That said they are surprisingly capable at diplomacy and will often have more warlike Minor Species waiting round the corner to join them. Have some very good fast and hard hitting ships plus their non-combat ships have weapons. A few of their ships also have cloaks.

>How do the Romulans play?

Like what North Korea wants to be. Tell everyone to GTFO their space and keep to themselves so naturally suck at diplomacy. Their ships are slow but powerful and all of them have cloaking devices. Have very good espionage and sabotage ability so if you are facing or playing them make sure your internal security rating is high.

>How do the Cardassians play?

We want it, we'll take it by whatever methods. Capable in conquest and diplomacy. Have a poor economic penalty at start and ships work best in squadrons. The only faction that can match the Romulans in terms of spying. Best at playing other factions against each other.

>How do the Ferengi play?

Like Jews. Be a happy merchant and make profit whenever you can. Get bonus amounts of trade routes and only need Non-Aggression Treaties to trade. Their ships are meh but cheap and can be spammed out using shekel making powers.

>What are Minor Races?

The weird eared and forehead creatures you see in Star Trek Episodes. While they may not have a lot of strength each race has a unique structure that can benefit your Empire which you can gain access to either through conquering them or by them becoming a member of your Empire. Some are Science focused, while others are Militaristic etc. Membership is often preferable to Conquest with most as they will provide you a developed system without the need to declare martial law every few turns.

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Comfy Ship Thread #3

Previous thread is at bumplimit >>9811

And we have been far too long with the great comfort that is ship autism discussion.

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Second Animated Star Trek Series Confirmed for CBS All Access

> Alex Kurtzman Planning a New Star Trek Animated Series

> Development on any further Star Trek films appears to have stalled, but the franchise continues to prosper on CBS All Access. Apart from current titles, the network is planning to extend its reach beyond the live-action realm. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Alex Kurtzman revealed that another animated Star Trek series is in the works for the streaming service.

> “Our goal is to not only expand the definition of Star Trek and what has qualified as traditional Star Trek, but also to tell stories that are both self-contained in a very short period of time that also connect to the larger picture of what we’re doing, not only in Discovery but in the world building of Trek in general,” Kurtzman said. “And you get to tell these very intimate, emotional stories that are side stories to characters. So you get the benefit of the experience in and of itself but then when you watch Discovery you’ll see that these were all setting up things in the world of season two.”

> Kurtzman didn’t share any specifics about the new cartoon. But when it launches, it will be CBS All Access’ second animated venture after Mike McMahan’s (Rick and Morty) Star Trek: Lower Decks. That series offers a comedic take on the adventures of a Starfleet vessel’s support crew. “[Lower Decks] is totally different from anything we’re doing on any of these other shows and we decided to tell that story and make those people the heroes,” Kurtzman explained. He also indicated that additional animated shows are possible down the line. However, he insists that “each show has to have its own identity.”


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So who won this?

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>> Hail from Captain Pike sir

It's the Enterprise

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Ship Modeling Thread

I want to get into a bit of Trek model-building. I've been looking around and it appears the most common scale commercially is 1:1000 with 1:1400 being seen a lot, too. I see a lot of 1400 ships that appear to be unavailable in 1:1000 scale so i'm looking hard at 1:1400. However, the Polar Lights 1:350 studio scale kits for Connie and Connie Refit look absolutely boss. They're just expensive as fuck (and that doesn't even include extras like lighting kits) - like $300 US. An additional cool thing about the 350's like the Polars is you can get a cheap Bird of Prey model in that same scale and have the classic film showdown in accurate size proportions for a marginal bit more time, effort, and cash. There is also 1:2500 scale mentioned on some forums but I haven't done enough reading to figure out what the significance is with something that small.

Another far-fetched idea I have in the back of my head is custom fabrication orders from China or 3D printing locally. It might be possible to group order or custom-make the various parts for Star Trek ships - bootleg style - and start our own kitbash club for way cheaper than the primo models. We could also do it in a more common scale like 1:1000 because a lot of people want quality models but not everybody wants them 3' long like the Polar Lights kits.

Also, miniatures and prop-replicas thread. Check the catalog for toys and merch thread.

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recast TNG

Christina Hendricks as Beverly Crusher


also this guy as Picard

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The best Star Trek film ever made is The Voyage Home. Fight me.

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Stage 9 Cancelled due to CBS Cease and Desist

Title says it all.

I can't even say how much this angers me.

It's not that they fuck our beloved series (I'll spare you from list it all but you know what I mean), they also take away from us these small bits we even create on our own as fans.

Same as with the fan film production.

Really…fuck them.

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Vidya General

Noticed that while there were threads for individual Trek video games, there wasn't a general thread up.

Thread should be self explanatory, discuss Trek Vidya, Mods for games, or games that would satisfy that Trek itch.

Here is the volafile link that often gets used. So far only Klingon Academy is uploaded but will add more games as good working downloads come available.


>Why no Mega Link?

Mega is frankly shit; has a data cap and will delete files without warning.

Also since I cannot be bothered copypasta the BOTF thread, here's the link to it here


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>Wh- what is it?

<Kelp buds, plankton loaf, and sea berries.

Why did O'Brien not backhand her and demand she prepare a worthwhile breakfast?

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TNG Rewatch - Season 3

If fags haven't seen already it's a thread where a season of TNG is rewatched where a brief review is given of each episode and a small dump of reaction tier images and webms are made. Feel free to join in and shitpost. Also if you have any requests for scenes you want webm'd make them here.

Rating Scale

Since fags asked for me to give a rating on an episode when giving an overview here's my rating scale before there is autistic screeching, well more so than usual.

Ratings Explained:


Truly awful and do yourself a favor and avoid watching an episode with this rating.


Bad episodes that while you could suffer through there is no real need for you to put yourself through such torture.


The pass mark. Decent episodes that are okay but you really won't be upset if you miss them.


Good episodes that are worth a watch. There is not really any reason to avoid them.


Truly great episodes that you must watch.

Previous Threads:

Season 1 Thread: >>25320

Season 2 Thread: >>26012

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So, I've started watching Enterprise and due to the popular opinion that it sucks ass my expectations were pretty low. But I'm 7 episodes in and I actually like it. Maybe because I'm just coming off of Voyager (which has possibly the least satisfying ending of all time, couldn't you have made 10 minutes of time for a real fucking wrap-up?) and am still suffering minor Janeway-related brain damage, but it seems to be a pretty decent show. The exploration of pre-Feddie Trek is interesting, the set design is good, at least on the NX-01, and the cast seem to be fairly competent. Archer is alright. And aside from going hot into the mpreg episode right at the start the stories have been solid. Does this turn into a flaming wreck later on or are the tales of how awful this show is exaggerated?

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When I find myself in times of trouble.

Roddenberry calls to me.

Speaking words of wisdom:

"Let Star Trek die"

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When did the Borg beam aboard the Enterprise-E?

At what point did the Borg beam aboard the Enterprise-E? Is any hint given in the film?

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The "bio dampener" of the Hanson's makes no sense

I mean, it's pretty obvious the Borg got hit with the nerf bat in VOY, but Dark Frontier makes it almost too fucking hard for me to watch. I mean, the bio dampener of the Hansons which was also used by the Yoyager crew isn't a cloak, right? But, uhm, the Borg have bloody eyes?! In fact, they even have supposedly better eyesight through the cybernetic implants. Borg drones can hear as well (and the scanner of Janeway makes noise), or smell. In the finale of the episode, Janeway enters the "throne room" of the Borg Queen who immediately notices her, because, of course, she has eyes. I really wonder why they decided not to make the bio dampener a cloak, they made the same logical mistake with the Delta Flyer's "shield modulation" which supposedly hides them from their sensors, but isn't a cloak, but on the Borg Queen's viewscreen the shuttlecraft just vanishes, as if it was cloaked. Technological wise it also isn't such an ingenious technology, considering even contemporary military works on technology to shield soldiers from heat detection.

One possible solution would be the fact that the eyesight of a drone would function completely via their neural implants, like an artifical eye, with the biological eye being replaced, and that the optical implants can't process biological life as such if their life signs are dampened. If this would be true, this seems like a horrible flaw of the Borg (and there are quite a bit already). And even then, you'd assume that they can input a command to put the optical implant on stand-by and order the drones to use their "normal" eyesight again. I mean, in the episode where Seven of Nine got stranded with a few other drones on a planet, they start cooking food and other stuff as an emergency back-up routine that is activated when isolated.

Don't misunderstand me, it is still a good episode, because the looming dread in this two-parter, that is really well done, and it probably has the most horror movie like scene in all of Star Trek (Seven witnessing assimlation of a species as they scream and cry in pain in the background and she watches them being mutilated), which makes it one of the best Yoyager episodes, but this really puts me off it. I assume this is another case of inventing an "off-trigger" of a villain that the writers created to be too overpowered, but I always think of this as a bit of a deus ex machina. I mean, let me compare it to the original Terminator (1984). The T-800 is also a bit like the Borg, he is relentless, he can't be bargained with, he can't be reasoned with, he will not stop until you are dead. You can't fight him, you can't outrun him. Of course, Sarah and Kyle win at the end but only after they wear him down with everything at their disposal, Kyle dies, and even when they burn his entire flesh off, he still comes back, even if they blow his entire abdomen off with a grenade at point-blank range, he STILL keeps coming and almost kills Sarah until he is literally squished to pieces in a steel press. Of course, you can't go through a procedure like that in a episodical show everytime the Borg show up, but Species 8472 was an authentic solution, only a species from a parallel universe could be a believable "cryptonite" for the Borg, but the obvious weaknesses the Borg display afterwards (with Species 8472 sadly being discarded) are the main reason why people say that VOY ruined the Borg for them.

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Can these two fucking twats go 20 minutes without shilling their sponsor Eaglemoss?

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How pozzed was the shows, really?

>DS9 has the Quark gets a sex change and pro-feminist message episode

>Voyager after the derby race episode, Torres says "It's the 24th Century"

Were they conditioning us from the beginning? How pozzed was Trek?

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Anyone else feel like they should have kept the uniforms from the motion picture instead of changing it to the red ones in Wrath of Khan?

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She's right, you know…

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The Orville - Off Season Discussion

Looks like Picardo is returning and is going to have more screentime. Also why have we been ignoring this?


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Rewatching TNG

So I have decided to rewatch TNG from the very begining. Apart from forgetting how campy and slapstick it is at times I picked up on a few things that I felt like most fags will have missed. I mean really how the fuck did it ever get greelight when in the second episode it's showing disgusting filth like this?

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The Alpha Quadrant Pussy Snorkeling Championship

Welcome to the Annual Pussy Snorkeling Championship! This year sponsored by Damar's Special Reserve Kanar, drink it before he does!

Coming to you from Casperia Prime, boy do we have a special line up this year folks!

Starting off we have last years winner and favourite to win; the Remover of Hasperat, the destroyer of Bajoran pussy everywhere, he's not just any Cardassian, he's Gul Dukat! Will he go the distance and challenge the record laid down by James T Kirk? Who knows, but if anyone can come close it's him!

Next up we have a newcomer who you may be forgiven as being some random Pakled that has wandered in confused into the studio but don't let looks fool you! Grebnedlog battle record is already nearly as long as Gowron's! Speaking of which Gowron will not be attending this year due to being disqualified by refusing to have his "d'k tahg" cleaned before taking part, stirring quite a lot of controversy!

Here we have someone you are all well acquainted with by now, he's the USS Enterprise's resident Chad and last year's runner up! Commander William T Riker! Will he take the throne from Dukat? If anyone can he's the one to beat!

Last up we have the wandering rogue, the outrageous Captain Thadium Okona! Considered quite a ladies man in certain circles but will that do him any good here when he's up against professionals? While certainly no favourite to win he may yet surprise us! Certainly one to keep an eye on!

Now we have been introduced to our contenders it's time to let them get settled in. What techniques will they use? How far will they endure? We will find out after some messages from Quark!

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Star Trek: The Next Generation: Birth of the Federation: Thread

Have you ever played the greatest Star Trek/turn-based strategy game of all time, anon? Do you still play it?

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Why do the (((Ferengi))) deny Pakled realism and all of its implications?

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Klingon Thread

Why are Klingons usually right about everything?

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Constitution Class

After looking up about this ship class and the history of it, was it actually ever good? For a Frontline Heavy Cruiser the Federation seemed to build hardly any of them considering how many of it's replacement Excelsior Classes they built. Was it a luxury instead of being a serious ship? It always seemed that the Miranda Class was a far cheaper option that could do it's job nearly as well.

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What is a true victory?

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Star Trek and Pedophilia

Why is there a link between Star Trek fans and pedophilia?


>On one wall is a "Star Trek" poster with investigators' faces substituted for the Starship Enterprise crew. But even that alludes to a dark fact of their work: All but one of the offenders they have arrested in the last four years was a hard-core Trekkie.




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New animated series



>CBS All Access has set phasers to funny with the announcement today that they’ve given a two-season commitment to Star Trek: Lower Decks, an animated comedy from Emmy Award-winner Mike McMahan. The show, which will be produced by CBS Eye Animation Productions, Secret Hideout and Roddenberry Entertainment, will follow the support crew serving on one of Starfleet’s least-important ships. CBS Eye Animation Productions is CBS Television Studios’ new animation arm.

>Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin of Secret Hideout and Rod Roddenberry, Trevor Roth and Katie Krentz of Roddenberry Entertainment will serve as executive producers alongside McMahan, who is best known for Rick and Morty and has written the upcoming Harry Mudd-centric installment of Star Trek: Short Treks. Aaron Baiers, who brought McMahan to the project, will serve as a co-executive producer.


>some guy who has only done a small handful of things, one of the Rick and Morty

>animated Trek comedy

Oh boy, I can't wait for this to be absolutely shit.

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General Nit-Picking Thread

In Voyager season 1 episode 1 there's a fire in sickbay, why didn't the computer erect a forcefield to suffocate the fire like in that TNG episode with the Irish http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Up_The_Long_Ladder_(episode) ?

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>Most villain vs hero stories follow the "David vs Goliath" format, i.e. little goy overcoming big goy

>Khan is the opposite, he uses his wits and intelligence to overcome the hero who holds all the cards

>End result is that appears as both deadly and intimidating

Is this why he is considering an iconic movie villain?

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Prime Directive Thread

What does /strek/ think of General Order Numbah 1? There are a few different interpretations of it that we see in the shows; for example, The PD would normally have kept Picard from involving himself in the Klingons picking the new Chancellor, but he was allowed to do it because a Klingon civil war might, possibly, affect the Federation's alliance with the Klinks. What's the /strek/-approved, if any, interpretation?

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A thread for Star Trek questions that don't need a thread of their own.

I'll start with: why do so many junior officers in TNG wear command-track uniforms? Worf, LaForge, even soyboy Crusher wore red when he got a full uniform.

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Star Trek books

Can we get a thread on trek books? What are your favorites? Most hated? Ever read any that tried something new with the sereis you really liked or fell flat on in its face in a mediocre disgrace?

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Best Finale

Just rewatched DS9 and that ending (minus the prophet's) hit me fucking hard. TNG never seemed to end, TOS ended too abruptly, but DS9 reached a climax. People changed, finished arcs and goddamnit watching them all leave made me want to cry, even if it's the second time I've seen it.

What are /strek/'s thoughts?

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Have you accepted the best captain into your lives /strek/?

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Terry A. Davis is the real-life Zephram Cochrane

>be Terry

>be genius

>have Irish Chad's lantern jaw

>create next-generation tech

>build it alone, from scratch

>no support network

>subsist on canned foods and beer

>live in vehicle

>blast classic rock out the windows

>communicate with a space alien

>receive gentle guidance from space alien

Where were you when Terry's exploits led directly to the formation of the Terran Empire?

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TNG is the only good star trek ever made

TOS is campy boring shit only liked ironically

DS9 is srs business lore autism

VOY is self-explainatory

ENT should never have been made

and let's not start with STD.

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>yuta will never be your personal chef

>yuta will never bee your submissive fuck pig

>yuta will never be your personal hit squad

Why even live?

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Star Trek: Galaxy

Thoughts on Mike Cucklasa's pitch for a Star Trek spin off?

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>already had a black captain

>already had a female captain

>already had a black female slightly transsexual captain

Frankly I'm not sure we have anywhere else to "boldly go" here. Maybe it's time to move on and diversify another franchise? I hear James Bond is hiring…

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Schwarzer Kaffee Junge

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The Prophets

How stupid is the idea of the Prophets?

I mean its the perfect example of writers throwing in stupid ideas to make them look alien, in the end they(writers and the Prophets) only look retarded.

>pleasure what is this

>Time what is this

>Destroy him! Or he will destroy us!

>death what is this

>pleasure what is this

its really hard to imagine anything existing without the concept of pleasure and pain.

>Time what is this

If you don't understand the concept of time you are defective.

>Destroy him! Or he will destroy us!

>death what is this

The literal fuck?

1) if you understand the concept of stooping to to exist you understand death. do your retarded

>death what is this

Makes you look retarded

2) HOW? Are you implying you the Prophets can not die?

Rating 10/10 on the absurdity pure TV bullshit.

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You're Pike

Who would you have chosen?

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Watching DS9 for the first time.

I never got the chance to really watch DS9 i remember like 5 episodes I watched these where:

<The one with the gambling aliens who teleport the officers into a game

<The planet of the warriors who fight and never die

<Lots of Ferengi episodes

<The holodeck episode where Sisko as a fictional James Bond like character gambles to prevent his death (the safeties where of) and talked to this James Bond like villain that he is on his sides and preses the button on his dooms day weapon to destroy the (fictional holodect) world. This pauses the villain and the rest of the crew has time to rescue Sisko

<The trip to Risa episode

<Some dominion episodes

So I decided to watch it from start to finish.

I was thinking S1 will be boring like watching paint dry.

There are some crazy episodes in S1 however its a handful of good episodes between mediocre ones.

I'm in S2 and the mix is some hood between loads of pointless and even boring ones.

Why are there so many episodes that are simply boring or uneventful.

02x10 Sanctuary

looks ok and is entertaining to watch however what even was the point of this episode?

Some aliens show up, they can not be understood by the universal translator (this could be a great idea for a episode however the translator translates them on its own = waisted opportunity).

The aliens are different.

These aliens are nasty.

They delude themselves based on some stupid old prophesy that Bajor is their homeland or place to go or something.

They want to go to Bajor.

Bajorans say NO.

one kid steals a shuttle or something for a unknown reason the shuttle has some defects and he explodes himself over Bajor on accidence.

The episode ends.

There are to many inconsequential episodes that are simply boring or even pointless.

And the show lives up to its name of being like watching paint dry.

DS9 lacks any high fiction (time travel, parallel episodes, really strange things) something that was often from the start in other series and something I like to watch even in other shows. Give me more Q, more time travel more holodeck malfunction episodes.

For a show that was supposed to be a long time story driven adventure it seriously lacks the long and story part from S1 and even into S2.

All important story events are about in 4 episodes and the other ones are simply boring.

I will keep this thread updated as I watch DS9.

If someone knows or has a list of what episodes to skip I appreciate it.

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Did they ever explain away Barclay's fuck fetish holodeck programs featuring Troi and Crusher or is that the deep dark incident no one brings up?

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The Klingon language

Why aren't you learning Klingon? What are you even doing with your life?

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Captain Picard Returns?

Looks like Picard is returning in a brand new Star Trek series. However, isn't he old as FUCK right now? He's 78 and could literally die any minute. I don't see this series going very far. Plus, with the latest introduction of the pozzed Odyssey series, it's safe to say that any new St series will be pozzed as well. After all Picard is just another Trump-hating celebrity who would agree to anything that involves subverting the science fiction we all love with some queer revisionism.

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Is Discovery really worth it?

I'm trying to decide to spend the cash on CBS, but it just looks so objectively bad…..

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Cringey SFDebris schtick

I know he's loved by many, largely for being one of the first and, production-wise, the most competent, Star Trek video reviewers and he's done good work, but does anyone else find some of Sonnenberg's act absolutely cringeworthy? Every time he starts putting on his evil Janeway voice for some of his gag attempts, you may as well automatically skip a minute, and his frequent pretension (like those character profile vids) is real sixth former analysis.

The 'all hail the overlord' business at the end of many of his vids is straight from the mind of what the spergiest Red Dwarf fan Warhammer painter would think is funny. It reminds me of those dweebs who Millman meets in the pub in Extras who love his sitcom.

What do people here make of him though?

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Hirogen Thread

Why do they wear the mask?

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TNG Rewatch - Season 2

For fags that have not read the previous thread I basically rewatch TNG while making dumping reaction pics and webms. The plan was to keep it all in one thread but it was getting very cluttered so going to make a thread for each so fags know what content is which. As always if you have a request for a scene to be screencapped/webm'd let me know and I will keep an eye out for it, but please only requests for Season 2 of TNG. If you have a Season 1 request use previous thread.

Rating Scale

My intention was in the last thread to just dump content and shitpost but it grew into a more of a mini-review of each episode. My scoring system might seem a little harsh at first but there is a reason for that; mainly I do not believe in throwing out high grades unless it is truly deserving and if you do it sort of cheapens scoring. To sum up in an example; while most fags would probably give an okay episode a 6 or 7 out of 10 I would tend to give it a 4.

Ratings Explained:


Truly awful and do yourself a favor and avoid watching an episode with this rating.


Bad episodes that while you could suffer through there is no real need for you to put yourself through such torture.


The pass mark. Decent episodes that are okay but you really won't be upset if you miss them.


Good episodes that are worth a watch. There is not really any reason to avoid them.


Truly great episodes that you must watch.

Previous Threads

Season 1 Thread: >>25320

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Is Star Trek: Into Darkness actually better than Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan?

I re-watched it for the first time today and it's not as bad as I remember, I think the first 15 minutes at least are good.

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I'm halfway through the first season and this is already just as good as any of the Star Trek series I've watched.

>stars Hercules as the most moralfag dude in the galaxy

>aliens are all clearly in costumes and facepaint, some are cool as fuck while others are literally painted purple

>the ship has an AI avatar that always shows off its tits

>constantly deals with religious themes

>hilariously cheesy even when Hercules isn't being a dick to have fun with his crew

>the design of every ship, gun, and uniform is top-notch

Why doesn't this get talked about even a fraction as much as Star Trek does? I imagine it would've been completely forgotten about if it didn't have Roddenberry's name attached to it.

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TNG Season 5 - Ratings & Discussion.

Hi, I hope someone can watch Star Trek with me and then we can rate & discuss.

Here's what I got so far (Format is episode number, rating out of 10, episode name, a brief description & notes with spoilers).

5x01 8/10 Redemption: Part 2 - Tasha Yar's half romulan daughter (Sela) is attempting to aid the Klingon house of Duras, Picard recruits more Federation ships to create a net to detect cloaked romulan ships, Worf is reinstated to his Starfleet position @3:45 Black female fleet admiral

5x02 3/10 Darmok - The Enterprise meets a species who's language can't be translated by the UT, They beam down Picard along with their captain. SF Debris gave this a 9/10 whilst acknowledging that ratings are relative to the series

5x03 7/10 Ensign Ro - The disgraced bajoran Ensign Ro is assigned to the Enterprise, Picard is ordered to track down a bajoran terrorist who attacked a federation colony

5x04 5/10 Silicon Avatar - The Enterprise gives chase to the crystalline entity that destroyed Data's colony

5x05 4/10 Disaster - Ship's systems are disrupted by a spacial anomaly of the week, Picard is stuck in a lift with 3 kids, Worf delivers Keiko's baby, Geordie & Dr. Crusher are stuck in a cargo bay with explosive containers, and Troi is reluctantly in command on the bridge. At the end Picard says "You have the bridge number one" and Riker & the girl both say "Aye sir"

5x06 6/10 The Game - An addictive video game with the power to control minds takes over the crew & Wesley must save the day

5x07 7/10 Unification I - Spock is missing, Picard & Data must go to Romulus to find him

5x08 8/10 Unification II - Spock strives for a reunification of Romulus & Vulcan but he is double crossed by someone working for Sela. Riker physically intimidates a ferengi in to giving him information. Data learning the Vulcan neck pinch was a nice touch

5x09 7/10 A Matter of Time - A historian from the 26th century visits the Enterprise, meanwhile a planet is facing a global natural disaster - What did Star Fleet do with the timeship? SF Debris gave this a 5/10

5x10 4/10 New Ground - Worf has trouble with his son Alexandra, meanwhile the Enterprise helps test a new form of propulsion called a soliton wave which threatens to destroy a planet

5x11 3/10 Hero Worship - Data rescues a boy from a damaged research ship, & the boy begins to imitate Data, meanwhile the Enterprise encounters an anomaly

5x12 3/10 Violations - Some psychics aboard cause Troi & Riker to fall in to comas, forgettable episode

5x13 3/10 The Masterpiece Society - The Enterprise finds a planet with human genetically engineered colonists that's heading for disaster @14:20 Picard says genetic engineering was a bad idea whose time has long passed @43:40 It's mentioned that the prime directive doesn't apply to humans. This episode is much wasted opportunity, we could have had a multi part episode with the augments taking over the ship similar to the Enterprise episode with Brent Spinner

5x14 6/10 Conundrum - The crew's memory is erased & the computer's memory altered to indicate they are at war with the Lysians. Troi beats Data at 3D chess

5x15 5/10 Power Play - The bodies of Troy, Data, & O'Brien are taken over by aliens during an away mission. This is one of the episodes where Brent Spiner gets to show his range. @12:00 is when Data angrily hits the computer screen BSOD.gif

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ok /Strek, do I watch all of TOS, or are there episodes worth skipping.

the only series I have skipped no eps of was DS9 and I'm not sure if I regret it.

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Fellas… I'm not really cognisant of American laws, does the Disney buys Fox thing mean that the Mouse now owns the Orville?

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Everyone's favorite soyboy is getting eaten alive by his own.

TL;DR from /tg/:

>Wil Wheaton leaves twitter because they aren't mean enough to "fascists" like Alex Jones

>Joins some new wanna-be twitter called Mastodon

>Gets run off that by users and the people who run Mastodon a few weeks later after he causes a shitstorm by overreacting to a tranny pranking him

>turns out Wheaton's constant celebrity boot-licking caught up with him

>He used Randi Harper's ggautoblocker list back during GamerGate's height of activity

>Harper was one of Zoe Quin's personal buttbuddies and also a total psycho

>Harper got excommunicated when it was revealed that she was too much of a PR nightmare (and also vocally hated trannies)

>Harper made another blocklist that largely included a lot of trannies in the indie game clique that she'd argued with

>Wheaton subscribed to that blocklist also, thus "silencing" lots of trannies

>some time later, Chris Hardwick of The Nerdist is outed as another male feminist sex pest

>Wheaton has been tonguing Hardwick's asshole for years to try and get more famous so he wouldn't have to keep kissing Felicia Day's ass

>The SJW torch and pitchfork mob has been going after Hardwick ever since

>Wheaton has said nothing on the subject

>SJW Mob has decided that Wheaton is guilty by association for not using his platform as a D-list celebrity to call him out

>cut to this Mastodon shit

>Wheaton is not a transphobic rape apologist according to the mob he's been trying to leverage into the gaming community to make himself more famous

>he's now had to quit all social media because everyone is so mean to him

>he can't cry that it's GamerGate or the Alt-Right's fault

>even the lefty blogger/journo media is grilling him about all the times he was an obnoxious cunt on twitter

>the blue checkmark brigade is on his case as well

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So is the Enterprise a military vessel or just like the surgeon general, they have a military structure but are just scientists?

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Lewd Trek

I thought I would start a general porn dump thread, but some of these lewds are so hilarious I feel this is going to turn into a thinly veiled comedy thread.

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The Ferengi are a joke species

Ferengi Lets be honest no one can build up a society on greed etc.

The rules of acquisition are retarded beyond help.

If the ferengi where real and not retarded then the first generation ferengi would realize that not telling the rules to their kids is the best idea ever(and actually in accordance with the rules "exploit your family").


>Son I'm only out there for you(Lie)

>We need to stick together (Lie)

>Money is the root of all evil (Lie)

>You are better of without this evil (Lie)

>Work for my family cooperative (I pay you nothing) I give you food etc.

>Because I love you (Lie)

>All other ferengi are evil and obey the evil commandments of the rules of acquisition (Lie)

congratulations you have a worker that will not quit and works for no money, you only need to give him food and the minimum.

Teaching him the values of poverty can only be good.

Not to even speak of how their society would collapse within days not even speaking of years.

Not to speak how devastating it is to literally say these things to your customers and how bad these rules are even from a business perspective

>Once you have their money, you never give it back.

Looks like someone never heard of net benefits(calculated in money) and what salting/bridge burning with customers is.

Sometimes its simply more profitable to replace something and suffer a loss to have a customer who will continue to buy from you on a regular basis if the profits from his participation are significantly greater then the cost of replacing a defective item (you want this graphed mathematically?).



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Weird Starship Designs.

Any weird, ugly or shit starships

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Can we have a thread about the OTHER Gene Roddenberry series that I have seen no part of other than the really damn catchy intro is it any good?

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Best girl

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So in the grand scheme of things Star Trek as a sci-fi series didn't seem to utilise robots and indeed robotics in general all that much in the grand scheme of things.

Why do you think that is?

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The Borg

To open, the Borg are one of the most interesting things in the Star Trek cannon to me but for that same reason the way they're portrayed just makes me autistically angry about the stupid inconsistencies and just plain out wrong shit in the series.

Professed goal of the Borg: to achieve perfection by adding the perspectives and abilities of all other species to themselves

Inconsistent iterations of the Borg:

1. The Borg is a collective mind

2. The Borg are a collective of networked minds

3. The Borg are meat slaves that serve the Queen

Wrong shit/counterproductive motives that derive from these inconsistent portrayals as well as stand alone problems

A. Obviously the first part is one of the biggest problems, considering that the moral status of the Borg changes with each iteration. For instance: In case 1 from the above the Borg are achieving their goal to some extent and really aren't exactly harming anyone, inasmuch as assumption into a collective mind is not slavery but would rather subjectively feel like a huge amount of extra brain power and ideas being added to your own. Further, due to the merging of the minds in this way the Borg get to make use of drones without moral qualms, in that each individual is simultaneously self-identical to the collective mind and is owned thereby more like a limb than a person. Further, in this model each mind added to the collective is basically immortal, as all minds added have a complete continuity of experience through the collective and thereby, by identity principle, exist even after their original body dies. Additionally, the Borg achieve their goal in part in this scenario as the collective mind becomes more complex and receives new perspectives with each assimilation. In case 2. from the above, you lose basically all the advantages from scenario one and drone use becomes immoral as each mind is an individual still attached to a body. Further, they fail to achieve their stated goal as the collective is made up of a network that does not retain lost input from dead drones. In case 3. from the above the Borg become cartoonish villains and fail their original goal entirely as the Queen takes nothing from the collective and crushes the uniqueness they claim to want.

B. The Borg had amazing potential to function as an effective counter argument to the individualistic moralism of the Federation, with a more fleshed out version of iteration 1., from the above, Borg they or rather IT could have had a very valid standpoint on ethics, a society of a single mind handily avoids almost every problem that the other species have, no rebellions, no wars, conflict is impossible inside of the Borg, every single ill of society is just impossible in that structure.

C. How the Borg ended up functioning was incredibly disappointing, inasmuch as they basically became the avatar of the common American trope of "collectivism" that gets thrown at everyone and everything that doesn't suck the neoliberal cock. Star Trek had real potential to demystify non-individual or unitary modes of ethics and failed so spectacularly that they're indistinguishable from Cold War era propaganda at times.

D. Assimilated biotechnological hybrids as your sole unit and population is retarded design. With the level of tech present in the collective they could have easily just abducted the brain by itself, added it to the collective mind as presented in iteration 1. and used engineered biotech or just pure tech bodies as foot soldiers if needed, which they largely wouldn't be. There's no reason for Borg cubes to be filled with walking corpses, it's stupid and doesn't add to their stated goal as the drone physiology is usually incredibly homogeneous and, if specialized, is artificially so, meaning that unique physical capabilities are not added to the collective what ever.

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You are cordially invited to a Bad Movie Night

Good evening /strek/,

I am the Board Owner of >>>/bmn/ and run the weekly Bad Movie Night stream some of you may have heard about. As you can see in the subject line, /strek/ is invited to join in the celebration stream for BMN's second anniversary.

I hope you will join us this Saturday for a selection of some audience and host favorites from the past year. Six movies and two shorts; some becoming favorites for being genuinely enjoyable, others for being comical train wrecks. The night will consist of fellow kids being battered up, "IF YOU DIE IN THE GAME…", shooting the disco, live action anime, healthy eating and undead beating, calls to the CIA, and regrets of engagement. If you're curious as to what the lineup of the night will be, please see the attached invitation flyer.

Information about the anniversary stream can be found on >>>/bmn/638 .

Also, I figure this board would be a good place to ask for any bad space faring movie recommendations. My stock of space films is low, and I'm always looking to add to my collection. If you have any suggestions, I would be grateful.

Cheers /strek/, have a good night.

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>Galactic civilization that only reveals itself to warp-capable species

>implying astronomers would never see the giant space battles with their telescopes.

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>dont watch the show

>dont read the books

>dont become in any way familiar with the franchise

>write yet another shit timeline

Jesus Christ when will this bullshit stop, it's angering me to the point of tears.


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Picard's Crystal

How many here remember this crystal resting on Picard's desk in the ready room? He plays with it like a pen at times, and supposedly it shows up in 78 episodes, starting from S2 of TNG.

The mandela effect dudes are throwing a party over this. I can't say I remember it either, but it's such a minor element that I might have just never noticed it on a SD screen. Still, I've spent hundreds of hours looking at that ready room and to notice such a new detail now is bewildering.

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Trek vessels as blue-water ships

So I've seen this image floating around, and while interesting, it seems odd to compare spacefaring vessels to aircraft, when finding navy analogues makes a lot more sense. Not super knowledgeable on shipfus but I'll start off with:


This is a good Defiant-class, I think—overpriced meme ship with a bunch of poorly implemented, untested technology all on one boat that's a massive maintenance sink. I was considering the Galaxy-class, but she's not a destroyer. In any case, I think the' Queen Mary II is a better fit. Any other suggestions?

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Comfy Ship Thread #2

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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The Swoleverse

Imagine a universe so /fit/ where gym memberships are mandatory. Where wrestling is considered a traditional form of greeting. Where men are so manly and ripped they tear bulkheads apart with their bare hands.

Welcome to the swoleverse, where there is only roid rage.

If you haven't read these masterpieces yet you can read them here:


Long overdue that this got it's own thread.

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Hey guys you were nominated for 8chan cup.

If you will do the following:

Figure out an emblem

Decide your team members

Give me your goal horn

Give me your Anthem

When you've got some stuff deicded post your emblem in a thread for /strek/ on >>>/8cup/ before wednesday. Doesn't have to be your final emblem, just one that represents your board.

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>Inventor of warp drive

More like a fraud. History is a lied agreed upon. The government already had warp drive. The elite in Star Trek planned WWIII and went underground for a few decades. When the time was right they sent their boy Zefram up to build the warp drive. How else did he get an intact rocket? The proof to prove this is the reactor of the Phoenix. There is no way a post-apocalyptic society can produce a reactor to power a warp drive even in a small craft such as the Phoenix. After Zefram pulled his little stunt the elite came out of their underground bunkers and declared a new era of humanity. From then on the march towards a globalist Masonic government began.

Star Trek First Contact is going predictive programming to tell you the game plan for the 21st century. The world is drowning in debt and the elite always use war as a way of getting out of the mess they create. WWIII is coming and all the major nations are arming up right now.

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>Voyager is actually the remedial holo-training program for Starfleet Academy

>The Kazon were invented so as to not offend the Klingons

>The crew are all cadets except Tuvok and Chucks-oats-in-sea, the instructors.

>Aliens are played by other cadets or instructors

>Holodoc is a test-run for long-running EMH programs

>They actually believe it was all real.

>When they finally "get home" (graduate) nobody has the heart to tell them the truth

>Janeway even gets "promoted" to admiral as diversity hire

It all makes sense now

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Voyager is a much more entertaining show if you watch it as the EMH being the main character who has to deal with a frustratingly imcompetent crew.

>sends casualties and shit his way because they don't follow the Prime Directive

>treated like an object because "he's just a hologram" despite any sort of alien life forms afforded civil rights.

>has to solve Janeway's messes at the end of the day.

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wow this place sure is dead

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How would you fix the Federation?

Hard mode: You can't simply get rid of it.

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Rewatching Trek

Barring TOS, which first watched through and through sometime last year, I haven't seriously sat down to watch the series since I first watched them in middle and early high school. I was still a bit bluepilled at the time, and just by retrospect I can see I'd view many of the episodes in a different light. Any other anons planning to watch everything again, or have done so recently? Should I bother re-watching anything besides TNG and DS9?

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I'm watching DS9 at the moment and it really pisses me off how close this show is to being a masterpiece. Every time I watch a couple of good episodes in succession I think "Okay NOW the show gets really good," but then I'm interrupted with a shitty Bajoran episode. Why did the show have to center around these lame ass aliens and their gay religion? If the Prophets are really that great, they wouldn't have let the Cardassians occupy Bajor. There is not one likeable Bajoran in the entire series, and don't even get me started on this cunt. It could have just been about the Dominion, Klingons, Cardassians, and the Maquis and the show would have been fine.

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Ok, /strek/, I just took your advice and watched Voyager. FUCK YOU THAT WAS AWFUL. Anyone who dares to like this flash-frozen reconstituted microwave bullshit should keep their shitty opinions contained in other fandoms of a higher cringe factor such as Farscape, you raving lunatics. I'd rather eat Neelix's food than watch this shit over again in the future and that's a fact.

>start episode

<oh yeah hahha lol you remember what that one guy did

<yeah I did it was really funny and happened off camera

>but aren't we going to see that?

<oh hold on about that off camera stuff, we've got the problem of the day now on our hands


<oh yeah you remember that crewman who DIED on the away mission with me

>uh, which one?

<Oh yeah it was Ensign Plotdevice, that was so sad. Good thing she's back from the dead now!

>are you fucking kidding me? she didn't even exist up until this episode and we're supposed to feel for her?

FUCK OFF WITH THIS SHIT. Oh and Endgame was a piece of shit too. The entire seven seasons are a complete waste of time, and unlike TNG I hated this show for wasting my time. Don't ever compare TNG to Voyager again, they may have similar "dynamics" such as an insistence on "problem of the day" episodes, but Voyager unfortunately mistook "quality" for "throwing money at costumes and set design" instead of writing a good fucking show.

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When you realize you have been posting to /strek/ instead of /startrek/

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Does pride in being British even exist by the 24th century?

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Canon early earth strek tech

I haven't kept up with trek shit for about 2 fucking decades, but still have a bit of a soft spot for this shit. Something I've had an interest in lately is early earth tech from the Star Trek universe. Ships and politics and general living and shit before Kirk. Mainly the tech though.

>inb4 "Enterprise" series

No, fuck You. That show sucked dick and felt nothing like the old-tech trek I had hoped for back in the day. Hell, it felt nothing like Trek period. But that's a rant for another time

I've been looking for canon info on old Starfleet or pre-Starfleet ships n' shit, but with all of the revisionist fiction out there now (STD, JJverse), it's getting hard to pin things down. Is there just not a lot of "old times" info for the Earth forces in the Trek universe? Most of what's out there is fan-fiction.

Old-tech Strek dump thread, I guess.

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TNG-Data's Day episone question

In the episode "Data's Day", when he and Dr. Crusher on the holodeck dancing, Dr. Crusher is called away. Data requests a new dance partner from the computer. Who played that part? I've been researching this off and on all day and there is no reference to her anywhere. She seems kind of familiar like I have seen her in other episodes as a background character. It's driving me nuts because I can't figure out who she is.

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>the 56% meme is even true in Star Trek

How does this make you feel?

Seriously though, what the fuck is up with this episode? Why were Worf and I the only ones concerned about this weird ass baby that showed up in Troi overnight? People really just let this kid run around alone with Troi all the time, mostly unsupervised? That seems dangerously irresponsible.

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Course: Oblivion is in the top 5 best all time Star Trek kinos.

Suck it Voyager haters.

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First Contact

>The date is April 5, 2063, and you're in Bozeman, Montana

>You've somehow replaced Zephram Cochrane as the person fated to pilot the experimental Phoenix spacecraft

>It makes a successful jump to warp and your landing is uneventful

>Soon after, an alien ship lands nearby

>Aliens are real, and they want to meet the person who flew that warp ship

How would you make a lasting first impression to the Vulcans, /strek/?

Hard Mode: You are totally unfamiliar with them or their culture, so you can't impress (or annoy) them based on you knowing about their lack of emotions and adherence to logic.

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>your angry grandmother-monster-friend will never transform into teenage madchen amick and strut around your room encouraging impure thoughts

Why even live?

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Bajorans are absolute shit

Lets look honestly how Bajorans are in DS9.

They are superstitious shit throwing racists who are incapable of forming a society.

Case in point

"In the Hands of the Prophets"

Here we see that Bajorans are so backwards that they refuse the teaching about wormholes.

Not only this they will start their racist+religious shit instantly over this.

Not only do we get bombings and assassinations the other Bajoran racists will refuse to sell to humans because all Bajorans are fucken racists.


"In the Hands of the Prophets" is a mild example we get wonderful* Bajoran behavior like the circle who thinks attacking non-Bajorans is a great way to make a point.

Considering all the assassinations and government overthrows I don't think Bajorans are capable of ever holding a stable government.

I don't see why any other species should simply not kick these savages in the teeth every time they start shit like this and think attacking non-Bajorans at every occasion.

Not only is this uncivilized its extremely retarded and delusional from these Bajoran extremists (are there even non-extremist Bajorans?) they seam not to realize they are the but joke of the galaxy and everyone can walk over them with exceptions of minor or non militaristic civilizations like the Ferengi.

Do these "fighters" really think antagonizing everyone else will make them better?

Or do they think they can single handedly win against every galactic super power?

Because the Cardassian used them for a dormat for a good while.

Do they have a fetish and hard on for being oppressed and occupied?

Was there even a point where Bajorans where not shit throwing savages in canon?

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Looking to watch TNG

But I can't seem to find a decent torrent for at least the first season, where can I find most of TNG for free downloading?

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Camel Toe

This is now the dedicated /strek/ camel toe thread. Post all you camel toe pics here. It just has to be camel toe and star trek related.

Get it on.

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Is he the Grand Nagus?

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Lolbertarians somehow manages to believe Star Trek was a libertarian utopia.

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Can opioids be replicated?

This question has been bugging me for some time. I recall a few episodes where alcohol was replicated even though it's supposedly banned on federation vessels. I also know there is an active drug trade at least in the Delta Quadrant and on that one planet full of Junkies in alpha.

So, if I were send through space time and ended up on the Enterprise and taken in as Picard's honored guest would I be able to replicate opioids from a few pills that were in my pocket? Would I be given special privileges to do this by citing my culture and forcing everyone to respect it?

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So, I just finished watching Voyager for the first time.

Honestly, while it didn't tip TNG's season 6, 90% of it is better then 90% of TNG, while the 10% of TNG gold can't really beat Voyager's best (the second Silver Blood episode really comes to mind, along with Author, Author). Especially the first few seasons: it was painful getting through the first season of TNG, Season 1-2 of Voyager are both about half that painful but a lot more sleep-inducing.

The ending was "eh", not as good as TNG's or DS9 (obviously), no buildup whatsoever.

What did set it apart from TNG are the characters: outside of Data, TNG was boring as shit as everyone was somehow perfect. They were huge dicks to Barclay at first, and in VOY his new bosses are actually supportive and friendly.

Now, VOY has their character's problem (Janeway flip-flopping, Chakotay never really given any proper screentime, Tuvok only there for the "wizzap dis is illogical as shizzle my dizzle yo", SoN's character arc not really handled well) but honestly if they'd have announced a season 8 of either VOY or TNG, I'd rather have Voy S8 than TNG S8 if only because the characters being much more believable.

Doctor + Data teamup when? Also Chakotay should've dicked Janeway, and the Doctor and SoN a couple goddamn it.

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Bridge Simulators

If you've lurked round /v/ chances are you'll have come across something called Pulsar Lost Colony, which to sum up is you and 4 other retards go on autistic adventures together to boldly fuck up where no one has fucked up before, just like the Bridge Crew of Star Trek.

There's also Artemis Bridge Simulator as well but that seems far too autistic and last I heard the crew was shit.

There's also another one getting made, but it's VR only last I heard and made by Ubisoft so it's automatically going to be shit.

Any of you Fascist Ferengi ever play something like this before or know of any other ones nobody has heard about?

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Star Trek Pen & Paper RPG

Has anyone played or is playing the Star Trek pen&paper roleplaying game? Is it any good? PLaying as Starfleet folks is probably boring but Klingon or Romulan could be fun.

I always find SF rpgs kinda difficult as it's mainly ranged combat that is usually quite deadly. The possibility to visit all kinds of strange world however is tempting.

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Where to watch Star Trek

So I want to get into this series, but I don't want to pay like 5 bux a month for hulu or some shit. Is there any place online where I can watch ST for free?

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OG watch order?

in order of release or production date?

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In Star Trek world, is everybody a conservative if they have access to holodecks and can experience being a real working person?

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Better than the entirety of DS9

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>tfw ardra will never show up in her sexy outfits to enslave you

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You must let her see the fire in your eyes.

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A new showrunner for STD

A lot of shit happening behind the scenes, they've wasted way too much money on the first episodes of the second season, apparently the two showrunners (Gretchen J. Berg and Aaron Harberts) have left the production after the first 5 episodes and Alex Kurtzman is now the showrunner.

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Post op McCoy is best Next Gen doctor

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short time waster if anyone wants to try

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Star Trek Discussion

This board seems a tad on life support, if this board continues down this road, is there any other place where we can openly discuss Star Trek?

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William Shatner

It is well known at this point that William Shatner is one of the few confirmed celebrity shitposters. Do you think that he lurks here or is he too fed up with Star Trek at this point?

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I can understand the importance of the warp drive and the poetic nobility of wanting to explore the stars and such, but why is holographic technology not rightfully regarded as perhaps the most important, revolutionary advancement of the 24th century? Why was it only after the Doctor was brought back from Voyager that they realized they could slap a holo emitter in a room and fill it with tireless workers? They could create armies of holographic soldiers if they felt like it. There's certainly enough prior incidents that prove holograms can wield deadly force and if they need, and one poorly worded computer command is all it takes to give a holographic character self-awareness and genius-level intellect.

In more than on situation, characters have been created from what amounts to a full body scan, a psych evaluation, and a starfleet wikipedia article on an individual, and that's more than enough to make someone who could pass as a fully sentient/sapient being. Even if you don't need fully self-aware beings, holo characters are still more than enough to interact with on their own.

Tell me, is there a canon excuse why this technology wasn't implemented everywhere? Roddenberry's optimism about the future may have excluded the possibility that everyone would just lock themselves in a chamber consisting of a holodeck array, a replicator, and some basic hygienic equipment?

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Tarentino's Star Trek

So Quentin Tarentino wants to make a Star Trek movie now that Weinstein is no longer in show biz. The movie will be rated R at this point.


Patrick Stewart is wasting no time trying to whore himself out to get a role in this movie either. I guess he wants one last go at Picard.


Are you ready for Admiral Samuel L. Jackson dropping f-bombs for two hours while Captain Kirk gets demoted to fluffer?

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Porthos Thread

Is he the best character?

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Excuse a /k/fags curiosity

A phaser seems to be an omni-directional weapon that comes out of a ring on the disk part of the ship. It seems to always be able to hit an enemy ship regardless of position of firing ship or enemy ship.

So what's the point of maneuvering? Wouldn't it make more sense to stay in place, face the least important part of your ship to the enemy, and divert the power from shields that aren't facing the enemy into shields that are facing the enemy?? By flying around all you're doing is exposing more vital parts of your ship to enemy fire, and there doesn't seem to be any benefit.

t. just watched one of the star wars movie with the cyborg bad guys

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Undeveloped Star Trek Projects


I think it's for the best most of these never got greenlighted. Here's an example of the weird acid trip insanity that was proposed:

>Star Trek III

>an undeveloped story that Gene Roddenberry proposed for a Star Trek film. It involved the USS Enterprise, time-traveling Klingons, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

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>run animefuckfantasy six-alpha-five-four

Can holodecks make anime real?

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Borg or Dominion?

Would you rather be subjugated by the Dominion or be assimilated by the Borg?

Also, fuck First Contact.

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Pushing The Race Card

What the fuck did the Breen have against Oakland, anyway? Even if we assume that demographics are completely different in teh fyooture (maybe that's where all the Starfleet shipyards are?) you can't ignore the obvious connotation for the real world that they were specifically targeting the nig city. For what purpose? If they wanted to piss of Sisko in particular, the writers sure did a good job making sure he DIDN'T bring it up.

I just can't accept this not being intentional. Avoid the actual Starfleet HQ, all the commercial districts and businesses in SF proper, but nuke the oaktown flat. Why?

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Man who rescued Star Trek: TNG bridge set now faces child porn charges

>Huston Huddleston, the man who gained some nerd cred in August 2012 after he "saved the bridge" of a discarded Enterprise-D touring set, has been arrested in Southern California on child pornography and other related felony charges.

>In total, Huddleston now faces four charges, including one under California Penal Code 311.11(c)(1), for possessing "more than 600 images." If convicted, Huddleston would face a minimum sentence of a year in county jail or at least 16 months in state prison. (It is not immediately clear why the criminal complaint, which Ars obtained at the Los Angeles courthouse, has four charges when online court records only show three.)

>Huddleston is currently being held by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on $750,000 bail. He is being represented by David Moore, of the Los Angeles Public Defender's Office. Moore did not immediately respond to Ars' request for comment. On May 22, BleedingCool.com reported that Huddleston has pleaded not guilty.

>The April 2018 arrest, which only became publicly known last week, has seemingly all but ended Huddleston's years-long and as yet very incomplete restoration efforts.



Something something about CP arrest suspects always being Trek nerds… /related

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Do Star Trek fans hate Keiko because they know that the only chance at marrying and having a family is to get a mail order bride from asia?

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Rape Culture

Doesn't Trek treat the issue of sexual assault rather lightly? Like that time a trill let Crusher bang Riker without his consent, and then probably didn't even tell him afterward. I mean I know it's Riker but still.

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Princess counselor Leia Troi

So, the legions of soyboys want princess Leia of the Reddit Wars franchise to be recast. Front runner atm is Maryl Streep (!). I think Marina Sirtis would be a better fit as she looks more like Leia. Better actor, too. I'm however not sure if I want this. Would you approve of this? Could we consider this as a win over sw?

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What is the best kind of Star Trek particle, energy, or spatial anomoly?

and why are they tachyons and subspace eddies

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Wil Wheaton is upset over a toy. He also still lives in delusion that people cared about Weasel Crusher.

If you're ever having a bad day /strek/ remember you are not and will never be Wil Wheaton.

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Ezri Dax Thread

What would you do anons if you had your own Ezri to play with?

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>tfw this is your actual life and there is no escape

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>need slave labour

>think you can kidnap people from The Land of The Free™ and LARP as an Übermensch because you have shiny-pew-pew guns and "their just muts lol"

>rebellious cocky slave stands up

<"freedom ain't free, the tree of liberty and freedom gotta be litterd with the blood of patriots, Scagaran leader aka subhuman is not my master. he is space communist slaver and probably a fag as well :DD. Jesus Christ and freedom not alien satan and degeneracy ok. praise freedom"

>he proceeds to give you such a dose of freedom that you're still recovering hundreds of years later

Based Cooper Smith. All scags should fucking hang tbh.

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Webm Thread

Some Trek related webms to share.

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>This week we're having a site wide event and we want YOU to nominate a fighter, so please pick who you think represents the board the most, and then come join us at https://cytu.be/r/8chanmania on Saturday May 6th at 2pm EST to watch your fighters win!

I already nominated Swolecard as our representative, but maybe we could get Kirk, a borg, or someone else if we feel like it. The link to the Swoleverse comic in the Swoleverse thread is broken, any other place where it can be read?

Link to thread on /v/


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How do smelly barbarians who intentionally eat foul tasting food to come across as tough to each other make coffee that half the staff on Deep Space 9 drink constantly. and how do I get some?

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Why Star Trek: Discovery is Problematic AF 02/14/2018

by NerdyBlackGirlBlog staff writer; N'shonda Williams While recent NETFLIX Science-Fiction series Star Trek: Discovery has been heralded by many progressives for its diverse cast and willingness to address Lgbtqiapk issues, we must address the series many negative aspects. While Michael Burnham (portrayed actress Sonequa Martin-Green) has been praised for her role as an intelligent and successful woman of color, let's look at her character through an inter-sectional lens: The young Michael Burnham is literally and metaphorically rescued as a child by Sarek (White actor James Frain) and adopted by him. in many ways this represents the many millions of indigenous young people taken from their homes to be 're-educated' and 'civilized' by white christian colonials such as the aboriginal children of Australia. Not only is Burnham raised by Sarek and his family, but also Sarek Mind-Melds with the child; an invasive process which leaves Burnham literally brainwashed into adopting Vulcan norms of speech, clothing, and culture. As a woman of color the message to me and millions of other young girls is clear - if you want to succeed in life you must not only emulate the prevailing (i.e. white) culture but also mimic their hairstyles, and even modes of thought. The character's very name (Michael), mannerisms and short hair also hint that if women wish to succeed in the workplace they must adopt a patriarchal male-led behavioural norms. In short, the message is - ditch our female qualities and blackness at the door and you might just be successful in modern America. The Klingons, a major protagonist in this series have been panned by fans for their radical redesign; but my issues with them are not aesthetic. They are clearly meant to represent 'the Other' Jews, Muslims, PoC. With their alien appearances, violent, greedy ways and bizarre religious practices they embody every Trump supporter's hateful vision of non-whites turned up to 11. Discovery's ultimate message is that yes there are people out there who aren't like you (the wasp viewer) and yes they are strange, ugly and violent - your prejudices were normal and correct all along. ST:D is in many ways like a Trojan horse, on the outside it is a progressive seeming show; but inside it contains toxic ideas harmful to those viewers without the necessary information to deconstruct them. It is disappointing to us that this show which embodies sexism, racism and xenophobia ever made it to air and we only hope that the next incarnation of Star Trek can offer some positive messages.

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You are the Anonymous units. You will assist me. I've been programmed by V'Ger to observe and record normal functioning of the carbon-based units infesting 8chan.

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Why were they such assholes about it? A God damned robot wrote a poem about his cat. Give the poor bastard a break. And Geordi's all, "It was clever. And it was clever. And that was clever, too." Fuck you, Kunta Kinte.

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When are these niggers going to show up?

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Why did Kirk climb the mountain?

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Vic Fontaine thread

Because having just finished DS9, we need a thread dedicated to the coolest cat this side of the Bajorian wormhole.

also a general Star Trek music thread too I guess

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Shekel when the bombs fell; Tomahawk and Assad at Damascus; His nukes UNCOVERED!

I am going to be writing a novel series that runs roughshod over some more tiresome parts of canon. Hey if Alex (((Kurtzman))) can do it why not me? Would you read it?


Most of the events take place from 2389 to 2394. The show should focus on the region of space occupied by Cardassia, Ferenginar, Breen, Maquis-Bajor alliance etc. In contrast to other Star Trek shows the mainline heavies like Federation, Klingons and Romulans should have almost no appearances, as they are busy fucking each other over on a stellar scale in the aftermath of the Borg invasion. DS9 will barely be mentioned as a minor starbase compared to the other shit Bajorans have in system.

Timeline and Key Background:

2370s - Dominion war, you should know what happened then. More background would be that the Cardassian empire collapsed, they are a fourth rate power and the official Cardie government controls slightly less territory than the Tzenkethi. Most former Cardassian controlled slave worlds have gained independce in a huge chaotic area of non-aligned worlds known as the "Non Aligned Expanse" (NAE), they're mostly warring with each other as foreign powers try to gain influence there. So many Guls have gone rogue warlord and pirate, raiding the space lanes from Ferenginar to Kronos, that the word "pirate" is synonymous with Gul.

2381 - Borg invasion. Federation, Romulus, and Klingons are completely fucked. Galaxy is more anarchic and many minor powers form, because the three major ones had their fleets cut by 2/3rds due to the Borg invasion. Also a lot of non-aligned action is present, because most of the major fleets have been destroyed even large empires like Klingons or Federation have to resort to terrorism and sabotage to make a dent. Also so much weapons tech is on the market there are a lot of warships are in service of criminals, piracy is so common that every cargo ship has to be heavily armed just to make it in one piece.

2382 - Typhon Pact is formed between Romulans Russians, Tzenkethi, Breen Syrians, Gorn and Tholians. Also in my universe it includes the remnant of the Cardassian nation, who pretends to be neutral to trick the Federation. Typhon Pact is the dominant power in universe imo, and is mostly trying to stop a weakened Federation from rebuilding in the aftermath of the Borg attacks. Their tactics are brinkmanship, minor conflicts, shady raids, terrorist attacks, sabotage, stealth attacks. Also the Typhon pact ally of Kinshaya is fighting Klingons fiercely. Typhon Pact and the Federation are the major outside (unseen) influences of my story.

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Reminder that /sw/ will always be the superior board with the superior memes an OC.

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

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Your ambushes would be more successful if you bathed more often!

What did he mean by this?

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Any /ck/fags here?

/strek/ recipe thread or is OP more of a faggot than usual?

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Best planet thread

Which planet is best? Which one would you like to visit and why?

As I'm 6'4 I want to go to planet Angel One - aka Planet of the Manlets. I'm sure all the women would want me because I'm so tall and have a very hairy chest. There women provide for their men which means I could enjoy a comfy neet life.

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Sulu to star in new series about bad touches

A former model and actor is accusing Star Trek icon George Takei of sexual assault in 1981. The accuser, Scott R. Brunton, who was 23 at the time of the alleged incident, claims that Takei took advantage of him when he was most vulnerable.

"This happened a long time ago, but I have never forgotten it," Brunton tells The Hollywood Reporter in an interview. "It is one of those stories you tell with a group of people when people are recounting bizarre instances in their lives, this always comes up. I have been telling it for years, but I am suddenly very nervous telling it."

Brunton says he was living in Hollywood in 1981, working as a waiter and beginning a career as a commercial actor and model when he met a 43- or 44-year-old Takei one evening at Greg's Blue Dot bar. The men exchanged numbers and would call one another from time to time as well as run into each other at clubs, Brunton says. When Brunton broke up with his then-boyfriend, he spoke with Takei. "He said, 'Let me know what your new number is' and I did. And not long after we broke up and I moved out, George called me," Brunton recalls.

Takei, as Brunton tells it, invited him to dinner and the theater. "He was very good at consoling me and understanding that I was upset and still in love with my boyfriend," Brunton says. "He was a great ear. He was very good about me spilling my heart on my sleeve."

The two men went back to the actor's condo for a drink the same night. "We have the drink and he asks if I would like another," Brunton recalls. "And I said sure. So, I have the second one, and then all of a sudden, I begin feeling very disoriented and dizzy, and I thought I was going to pass out. I said I need to sit down and he said sit over here and he had the giant yellow beanbag chair. So I sat down in that and leaned my head back and I must have passed out."

"The next thing I remember I was coming to and he had my pants down around my ankles and he was groping my crotch and trying to get my underwear off and feeling me up at the same time, trying to get his hands down my underwear," Brunton says. "I came to and said, 'What are you doing?!' I said, 'I don't want to do this.' He goes, 'You need to relax. I am just trying to make you comfortable. Get comfortable.' And I said, 'No. I don't want to do this.' And I pushed him off and he said, 'OK, fine.' And I said I am going to go and he said, 'If you feel you must. You're in no condition to drive.' I said, 'I don't care I want to go.' So I managed to get my pants up and compose myself and I was just shocked. I walked out and went to my car until I felt well enough to drive home, and that was that."

THR spoke to four longtime friends of Brunton — Norah Roadman, Rob Donovan, Stephen Blackshear and Jan Steward — who said that he had confided in them about the Takei encounter years ago.

Takei's rep, Julia Buchwald, tells THR, "George is traveling in Japan and Australia and not reachable for comment." Takei, now 80, rose to fame playing Hikaru Sulu on the original Star Trek television series. He is also an author and activist and has been an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ rights.


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sexually transmitted diversity thread #2

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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Who was right?

Looking at the comments, i can't help but wonder whether ruling with an iron fist would have worked out in the long run.

Genociding Earth would definitely lead to more rebellions, but if you don't do it, then you'd still have an organized opposition

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Appointment with counselor Troi

Please ensign, have a seat. I'm glad you made this appointment. It takes courage to seek help. I sense that you are very anxious. What is bothering you? Remember, you can tell me anything.

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Why is Riker known as the Enterprise's resident chad? He looks like an incel.

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Okay, how is the most obvious fan theory not get discussed more often?

>Be Picard in 2348

>Jack Crusher is your XO on the Stargazer

>"Jean-Luc, this is my fiancee, Beverly"


>Jack goes off to Starbase Whatever for a conference

>Offer Beverly some tea, Earl Grey, <i>extra</i> hot

>That potent Picard sperm does its duty for the Federation

>Jack suspects nothing because he's a dumbass cuck

>Jack dies

>Feel guilty as fuck for betraying your best friend, so you steer clear of Bev

>Guilt is also a great excuse not to have to raise the kid

>Know you're a total hypocrite for always talking about duty and honor and then slamming your friend's wife, and your anger at yourself manifests as you being a dick to her and the kid when they show up on your ship later

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Where is the star trek galaxy relative to our own?

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Pah-Wraiths are of Cardassia?

So the Prophets keep on saying over and over again that they are "of Bajor". Also, there used to be spirits inside of the Celestial Temple, but were cast out and called Pah-Wraiths. This brings to mind a correlation between the book of Genesis and DS9, where the head angel, Lucifer, was cast out of heaven. This makes me believe that at one point in time that the Pah-Wraiths were the same as the Prophets, but did something to achieve their disdain.

However, what makes more sense is that possibly maybe the Pah-Wraiths are of Cardassia. Going back into ancient Bajoran history, Bajorans made contact with Cardassians millennia ago, and the entire plotline of giving Bajor 1,000 years of peace deeply involves Cardassians, and also a great penance is exacted on their people and populated worlds as well (through the liberation of their race from the Dominion).

Also, we know that Capt. Sisko is half-Prophet, so we know that the Prophets didn't just choose him at random, this was a timeline long in the making. That being said, the Pah-Wraiths also most likely have similar abilities to see far into the future but chose a Cardassian as their "Emissary" or whatever, which was also likely as deliberate.

This then rekindles the question, were the Pah-Wraiths originally of Cardassia? I've heard on some sites that I looked at for a minute that some people believe that the Prophets were something like a race of extremely ancient Bajorans that evolved beyond the physical plane. Maybe perhaps the Pah-Wraiths were much of the same but from Cardassia? This would explain the inherent struggle between the Pah-Wraiths and the Prophets, and why they were cast out of the Celestial Temple.

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Rom hatred

I can't be the only person who hates rom right? The worst ferengi alive, who is a weeb for humans and is clearly in live with his own mother, he triggers the shit out of me.

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Treaty of Algeron thread

>That treaty is the biggest mistake we ever made; it's kept us from exploiting a vital area of defense!

>That treaty has kept us in peace for 60 years! And as a Starfleet Officer, you're supposed to uphold it.

– Rear Admiral Erik Pressman and Captain Jean-Luc Picard

>In order to justify all of the measures of this edict (Treaty of Algeron), the Federation had to be branded as the guilty party. This is a procedure which is, however, just as simple as it is impossible. This would mean that in future, the vanquished will always bear the blame for conflicts, for the victor will always be in a position to simply establish this as a fact.

– President of the United Federation of Planets, Jaresh-Inyo

Was the Treaty of Algeron indeed the biggest mistake in Federation history? And is there a rift between Starfleet Command and the Federation Council as it seems that Starfleet Command doesn't care about it all? Even with the treaty in effect Starfleet sent Kirk and the Enterprise into Romulan space to steal a cloaking device. The elaborate ruse was successful and they acquired the cloaking device. Years later they tried to refine this technology on the Pegasus - again under direct order from Starfleet Command. And 12 years later, after the remains of the Pegasus were discovered, Starfleet Intelligence sent admiral Eric Pressman to recover the device. Why did they chose the Enterprise for that mission and not a ship with a more 'hawkish' captain like, Benjamin Maxwell, who would do anything for the survival for his species. Weren't they aware what an apparatchik Picard was and that he would betray his race because of 'muh orders'?

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Those are Klingons?!

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Star Trek Adventures RPG

Anyone play this yet? There was a thread on /tg/ but it's been dead for a while.

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Who was a better bartender?

The friendly and personable Neelix or the greedy and selfish quark.

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Trek fans often argue about who the best captain, or best ship in the series are, but why is no attention ever given to the first officer? Number One is the guy who makes everything happen.

If I had to choose between Spock, Riker, Kira, Chakotay, T'pol, Burnham we all know that Mikey is the worst for obvious reasons, but for the best I would of course choose

Saul Tigh

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What does /strek/ think of Farscape? I think it's fucking awesome.

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Favorite Star Trek waifu? My choice is clear.

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Anyone have any insight on this particular uniform "ruffle" aesthetic that was prominent in the Star Trek TOS motion pictures? It also seems to have been a popular style in several other 70's and 80's science fiction movies like Star Wars and The Last Starfighter.

If you look at pics related, you can see the various ridges and ruffles in the uniforms. I think there were many other sci fi movies that used this similar aesthetic for the uniforms.

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What do you guys think is the single most well known Star Trek episode to the mainstream?

Out of all series, if you asked a random person who has never seen star trek to list one episode from the series - what do you think they would say?

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Star Trek Fan Art

I am not really sure how to start this thread other than post the images I found. I feel like this needs it's own thread just for the sheer insanity it involves.

Some of it is decent, some of it is funny, some of it is just downright disturbing.