History Characters / StarTrek

6th Feb '16 3:16:06 PM hamonrye
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* WorldWarIII: An atomic war broke out in the early 21st century, with a death toll of 37 million. After that came a in which victims of the nuclear fallout were shunned and a few zealots, led by Colonel Phillip Green, attempted to the cleanse the species of impurities.
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* WorldWarIII: An atomic war broke out in the early 21st century, with a death toll of 37 million. After that came a period in which victims of the nuclear fallout were shunned and a shunned. A few zealots, led by Colonel Phillip Green, attempted to the cleanse the species of impurities.
6th Feb '16 3:14:16 PM hamonrye
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* FeudalFuture: At its peak, the "Great Khanate" covered more than a quarter of the plant's surface, from Australia to Asia to parts of the middle east. The "Eugenics Wars" were highly destructive and plunged the planet into a new dark age, which the Third World War exacerbated.

* WorldWarIII: An atomic war broke out in the early 21st century, with a death toll of 37 million. After that came a "Eugenics War", in which victims of the nuclear fallout were shunned and a few zealots, led by Colonel Phillip Green, attempted to the cleanse the species of impurities; also involved was Khan Noonien Singh, the product of a genetic engineering project.
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* WorldWarIII: An atomic war broke out in the early 21st century, with a death toll of 37 million. After that came a "Eugenics War", in which victims of the nuclear fallout were shunned and a few zealots, led by Colonel Phillip Green, attempted to the cleanse the species of impurities; also involved was Khan Noonien Singh, the product of a genetic engineering project. impurities.
3rd Jan '16 12:26:05 AM hamonrye
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Itís obviously the greed organ I mean come on
3rd Jan '16 12:25:25 AM hamonrye
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* LizardFolk: Self-explanatory. We've come a long way from the Gorn. Bashir mentions at one point that Klingon beats up Garak, fracturing "seven of his tranverse ribs", also known as gastralia which protect a lizard's soft underbelly. Probably a throwaway line, but it checks out.
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* LizardFolk: Self-explanatory. We've come a long way from the Gorn. In "The Way of the Warrior", when some Klingons beat up Garak, Bashir mentions at one point that Klingon beats up Garak, fracturing they fractured "seven of his tranverse ribs", also known as gastralia which protect a lizard's soft underbelly. Probably a throwaway line, but it checks out.
3rd Jan '16 12:24:50 AM hamonrye
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* BizarreAlienBiology: Ferengi kids shed their baby ears, rather than teeth. Eek.
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* BizarreAlienBiology: BizarreAlienBiology: ** Ferengi kids shed their baby ears, rather than ''ears'', instead of teeth. Eek.Eek. ** 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.) Itís obviously the greed organ I mean come on

* LizardFolk: Self-explanatory. We've come a long way from the Gorn.
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* LizardFolk: Self-explanatory. We've come a long way from the Gorn. Bashir mentions at one point that Klingon beats up Garak, fracturing "seven of his tranverse ribs", also known as gastralia which protect a lizard's soft underbelly. Probably a throwaway line, but it checks out.
27th Dec '15 12:50:32 AM Ghidra15
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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Out of all the recurring antagonists in the franchise (minus the Borg) the Romulans come the closest to playing this trope straight.
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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Out of all the recurring antagonists in the franchise (minus the Borg) franchise, the Romulans come the closest to playing this trope straight.straight as it's usually depicted. The Borg may seem more traditional, but then the Borg are a HiveMind. Romulans actually have free will...and they nearly always use it ForTheEvulz
23rd Dec '15 8:27:11 AM hamonrye
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: They were originally called the Cardassian Empire, but this was changed much later on, presumably to differentiate them from the Klingon and Romulan Empires.
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: They were originally called the Cardassian Empire, but this was changed much later on, presumably to differentiate them from the Klingon and Romulan Empires. In-universe, their official moniker was changed to the Cardassion [[PeoplesRepublicOfTyranny "Union"]] (a name which drips with blancmage) after they became a Dominion territory.

* PeoplesRepublicOfTyranny: Their official moniker, the Cardassion "Union", epitomizes Cardassian blancmange. It's also useful for deflecting accusations of colonialism. (We're all in this together!)
22nd Dec '15 4:26:48 PM hamonrye
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* {{Leitmotif}}: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBZdkEm8g4Q Romulan theme]] is pretty catchy, and it's too bad those villains weren't as memorable as their theme music.
22nd Dec '15 2:38:37 PM hamonrye
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* BadassBookworm[=/=]ProudScholarRaceGuy: A Vulcan's idea of a wild night is thirteen hours of meditation followed by a seaweed TV dinner. You could probably take one of these weenies in a fight...right? -->'''Sisko''': I, uh, ended up in the Infirmary with a separated shoulder, two cracked ribs and a very bruised ego.\\ '''Kassidy''': [[NoSympathy HAHAHAHAHA]]

* OmnidisciplinaryScientist

* ProudScholarRaceGuy: A Vulcan's idea of a wild night is thirteen hours of meditation followed by a seaweed TV dinner.
19th Dec '15 6:08:24 PM hamonrye
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-->'''Spock''': My father's race was spared the dubious benefits of alcohol.\\ '''[=McCoy=]''': Now I know why they were conquered.
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