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18th Apr '16 6:34:42 PM DrRomoray
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* AlienHair: Kazon hair grows in leaf-shaped chunks, rather than individual strands. It's supposed to evoke an afro, but it just looks like thy wear rocks in their hair.

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* AlienHair: Kazon hair grows in leaf-shaped chunks, rather than individual strands. It's supposed to evoke resemble an afro, but it just looks like thy wear they weave rocks in into their hair.
18th Apr '16 6:33:55 PM DrRomoray
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* AlienHair: Kazon hair grows in leaf-shaped chunks, rather than individual strands. It's supposed to evoke an afro, but it just looks like thy wear rocks in their hair.
7th Apr '16 5:53:04 PM Steam_Lord
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On their homeworld of Denobula, the twelve billion Denobulans all share one continent. Consequently, living space is at a premium and Denobulan culture had come to embrace polyandry and communal lifestyles. All in all, Denobulans are pretty weird. They can inflate their heads (similar to a pufferfish) when threatened, have {{Overly Long Tongue}}s, mood-ring eye colors, and a ridiculously creepy grin.

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On their homeworld of Denobula, the twelve billion Denobulans all share one continent. Consequently, living space is at a premium and Denobulan culture had come to embrace polyandry and communal lifestyles. All in all, Denobulans are pretty weird.[[BizarreAlienBiology weird]]. They can inflate their heads (similar to a pufferfish) when threatened, have {{Overly Long Tongue}}s, mood-ring eye colors, and a ridiculously creepy grin.
2nd Apr '16 2:49:20 AM Dragon101
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* StoryBreakerPower: If it weren't for VillainDecay, The Borg would be in here easily. Before ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', they could basically copy and negate the technology of any species they came across, and design nanites that integrated the physiology of any species they encountered into their collective. One of their ships could bring the Alpha Quadrant and any races less powerful than [[PhysicalGod Organians or Douwds]] to their knees (case in point, a single Borg Cube requires an entire ''fleet'' of Federation ships to combat, and in terms of pure firepower the Cubes still have the edge). Indeed the Borg were so powerful that no good reason was ever given why the Borg hadn't conquered the entire galaxy: the writers could only combat this by handing the Borg multiple {{Idiot Ball}}s and eventually sticking them in many of Voyager's {{Idiot Plot}}s.
26th Mar '16 11:44:07 AM SpectralTime
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* EvilVirtues: Ferengi are nothing if not penny-wise. Every bar of latinum they spend is invested into further means of generating profit.
** In fact, going into debt is considered a mortal sin.

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* EvilVirtues: They're extremely industrious, with their leader having worked non-stop for most of his lifetime. And Ferengi are nothing if not penny-wise. Every bar of latinum they spend is invested into further means of generating profit. \n** In fact, going into debt is considered a mortal sin.



--->'''Quark:''' Don't be ridiculous! ''(terrified)'' The bar was showing a profit!!

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--->'''Quark:''' Don't be ridiculous! ''(terrified)'' The bar was showing a profit!!profit!
14th Mar '16 5:56:35 PM Dragon101
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** In the series proper there is also briefly referenced a parallel universe where Picard was never saved from being Locates and the Borg went on to conquer Earth and spread throughout the Alpha Quadrant. The alternate version of the ''Enterprise'' is barely functional from battle damage and blows up trying to escape their universe rather than go back.
13th Mar '16 4:25:30 PM TheThoughtAssassin
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* AcceptableTargets: The Ferengi value profit and commerce above all else, and even revere its presence in other races. They are a realistic depiction of what a pure Libertarian society would be like, minus the gender equality (at least until Zek granted suffrage at the behest of his wife).

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* AcceptableTargets: The Ferengi value profit and commerce above all else, and even revere its presence in other races. They are a realistic depiction an exaggerated caricature of what a pure Libertarian society would be like, minus the gender equality (at least until Zek granted suffrage at the behest of his wife).
10th Mar '16 5:11:21 PM Eagal
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** They mention at some point also that Ferengi have ascending ribs. What possible biological reason could there be to have your ribs start out small and get larger, unless there is some crazy organ being protected in the midsection instead of the upper chest? (It's obviously the Greed Organ, c'mon.)

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** They mention at some point also that Ferengi have ascending ribs. What possible biological reason could there be to have your ribs start out small (small near the neck and get larger, unless there is some crazy organ being protected in larger towards the midsection instead of the upper chest? (It's obviously the Greed Organ, c'mon.)midsection).
2nd Mar '16 3:02:38 PM Dragon101
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* ObliviouslyEvil: That the Borg are doing anything immoral does not seem to cross their Collective mind, except that other species think of them as such. They truly believe that they are doing people a favour by assimilating them into the Collective, and are not violent or even interested in anyone they do not consider either a target or a threat, to the point that you could freely walk around a Borg ship and be completely ignored (although, granted, that's TemptingFate quite a bit). The fact that they do not consider themselves to be doing anything wrong is probably one of the scariest things about them.
27th Feb '16 6:06:30 PM Theriocephalus
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* HiveDrone: The fate of assimilated victims, although a drone's individuality is merely suppressed, rather than being destroyed or absent, something most explicitly demonstrated in the Voyager episode "Unimatrix Zero". Drones such as Hugh and Seven of Nine, who are separated from the Collective, are capable of [[RogueDrone regaining individuality]] with varying degrees of success.



* RogueDrone: Hugh (rendered from "You") the Borg from the ''Next Generation''. Although he initially follows standard Drone behavior, his separation from the Collective causes him to take a liking to Picard's crew and develop a sense of individuality.

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* RogueDrone: RogueDrone:
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Hugh (rendered from "You") the Borg from the ''Next Generation''. Although he initially follows standard Drone behavior, his separation from the Collective causes him to take a liking to Picard's crew and develop a sense of individuality.
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