History Franchise / StarTrek

8th Dec '17 8:28:28 PM JesseMB27
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* MeatSackRobot: The Borg [[TheAssimilator assimilates]] various species (via injecting {{Nanomachines}} into their victims) into its [[HiveMind AI's unifying conscious]] called "the Collective" [[UnwillingRoboticization whether their victims consent or not]].
** In ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', the Borg queen grafts living skin tissue onto Data's arm (Data being a purely artificial android), allowing him to feel human sensations, something he has longed to do but was not capable of. This was an attempt to lure him over to her side. (A more limited example than most others, in that we're talking about a small patch of skin, and Data was fully functional without it, but it still fits the "reverse cyborg" definition)
6th Nov '17 11:56:30 AM eroock
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* ObligatoryEarpieceTouch: Uhura would often touch her earpiece when concentrating on an incoming communication.
3rd Nov '17 3:14:21 PM AFP
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* BadassArmy: The [[SpaceNavy Starfleet]] is one of these. Minus the occasional [[CurbStompBattle curb stomping]] by foes like the [[HordeOfAlienLocusts Borg]] or the ''Narada'' from the new movie, Starfleet regularly goes toe to toe with the biggest and baddest and usually wins or forces a draw, even against foes with better tech. Starfleet even has certain [[OneManArmy ships that take whole fleets by themselves]]; these ships tend to be named ''Enterprise'', though ''Defiant'' certainly earned her way into the ranks, and ''Voyager'' counts [[FanonDiscontinuity for those who admit it exists]]. Despite showings of HollywoodTactics, their [[SpaceMarine land forces are nothing to shake a stick at either,]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJzQmh9TuqM as]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-_lrf44Gw0 these]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIZ3EuvTXFc scenes]] demonstrate.

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* BadassArmy: The [[SpaceNavy Starfleet]] is one of these. Minus the occasional [[CurbStompBattle curb stomping]] by foes like the [[HordeOfAlienLocusts Borg]] or the ''Narada'' from the new movie, Starfleet regularly goes toe to toe with the biggest and baddest and usually wins or forces a draw, even against foes with better tech. Starfleet even has certain [[OneManArmy ships that take whole fleets by themselves]]; these ships tend to be named ''Enterprise'', though ''Defiant'' certainly earned her way into the ranks, and ''Voyager'' counts [[FanonDiscontinuity for those who admit it exists]]. Despite showings of HollywoodTactics, their [[SpaceMarine land forces are nothing to shake a stick at either,]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJzQmh9TuqM as]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-_lrf44Gw0 these]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIZ3EuvTXFc scenes]] demonstrate. When all else fails, their [[TheEngineer engineers are unparalleled in the setting]], and the Dominion considers ''them'' to warrant WorthyOpponent status by themselves, with one Vorta half-jokingly claiming that Starfleet Engineers could turn "rocks into replicators." If you must fight Starfleet, defeat them ''quickly'', [[BadassBookworm before they have the time to concoct some clever solution]] using whatever random objects they have at hand.
22nd Oct '17 8:26:27 AM GoblinCipher
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** Andorians and Tellarites are founding members of the Federation, but they never appear after ''The Original Series'', save a few cameos by the former in ''The Next Generation''.

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** Andorians and Tellarites are founding members of the Federation, but they never appear after the time of ''The Original Series'', save a few cameos by the former in ''The Next Generation''.
14th Oct '17 10:17:27 PM Sylderon
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The series has also had a profound impact on modern culture and media. Everyone with any exposure to Western pop culture has heard of the Starship ''Enterprise'', and the series predicted (and possibly inspired) the PC, tablet, automatic doors, cell phones, natural-language AI and more, decades before their invention. The first African-American woman in space was inspired to become an astronaut because of Creator/NichelleNichols' pioneering role. And the prototype Space Shuttle was named after the iconic starship NCC-1701, as is Virgin Galactic's first commercial spacecraft.

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The series has also had a profound impact on modern culture and media. Everyone with any exposure to Western pop culture has heard of the Starship ''Enterprise'', and the series predicted (and possibly inspired) the PC, tablet, automatic doors, cell phones, natural-language AI and more, decades before their invention. The first African-American woman in space was inspired to become an astronaut because of Creator/NichelleNichols' pioneering role. And the prototype Space Shuttle was named after the iconic starship NCC-1701, NCC-1701,[[note]]While the ''Enterprise'' OV-101 did not fly in space, it did make atmospheric test flights, and was used for numerous other test purposes[[/note]] as is Virgin Galactic's first commercial spacecraft.
5th Oct '17 1:10:01 PM tropeminer
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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the "[[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]]" shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term for the new continuity, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime universe.

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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the "[[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]]" shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. Also referred to as "[[AlternateTimeline The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term for the new continuity, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", Reality]]", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime universe.
4th Oct '17 2:57:58 AM tropeminer
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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the ''[[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]]'' shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term for the new continuity, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime universe.

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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the ''[[http://spinoff."[[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]]'' Timeline]]" shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term for the new continuity, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime universe.
4th Oct '17 2:57:21 AM tropeminer
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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the [[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]] shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term for the new continuity, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime universe.

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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the [[http://spinoff.''[[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]] Timeline]]'' shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term for the new continuity, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime universe.
4th Oct '17 2:56:00 AM tropeminer
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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the [[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]] shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime continuity.

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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the [[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]] shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term, term for the new continuity, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime continuity.universe.



In total, to watch every minute of {{canon}} Star Trek would require 23 days and 25 minutes of your time. Of Science Fiction franchises, only ''Series/DoctorWho'' and its various canon spinoffs are even within a week, and the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, which started later than Star Trek or Doctor Who, but has been running continuously since 1979.

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In total, to watch every minute of {{canon}} Star Trek ''Star Trek'' would require 23 days and 25 minutes of your time. Of Science Fiction franchises, only ''Series/DoctorWho'' and its various canon spinoffs are even within a week, and the ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' franchise, which started later than Star Trek ''Star Trek'' or Doctor Who, ''Doctor Who'', but has been running continuously since 1979.
4th Oct '17 2:53:09 AM tropeminer
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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the [[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]] shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''.

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Invariably ([[FanNickname and unofficially]]) referred to as the "Abramsverse" or "[=JJverse=]" among fans since the 2009 film's release, this new continuity was officially named the [[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2016/06/27/bye-bye-abramsverse-alternate-star-trek-timeline-gets-official-name/ Kelvin Timeline]] shortly before the release of ''Star Trek Beyond''. The vaguely canonical, ''in-universe'' term, however, is merely "The Alternate Reality", even though that name technically applies to any divergent or separate continuum from the prime continuity.
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