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2nd Sep '16 6:07:00 PM WiddershinsDaughter
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* Since war with the Klingons was not averted in this film, and may in fact now be inevitable, the next film will be about preventing that war from occuring. The "face" for the Klingons and the film's main antagonist will be General Kor, the original Klingon villain from the TOS episode "Day of the Dove". In this era, Kor would still be at the height of his career as one of the Empire's premier warriors (and being essentially nobility doesn't hurt either) and if war with the Federation does come, it would be likely he'd be one of the people in charge of the invasion force. Plus it would just be a nice tip of the hat to the franchise's first-ever Klingon villain to get a chance as a movie antagonist. Kang and Koloth may also have smaller roles as Kor's CoDragons.

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* Since war with the Klingons was not averted in this film, and may in fact now be inevitable, the next film will be about preventing that war from occuring. The "face" for the Klingons and the film's main antagonist will be General Kor, the original Klingon villain from the TOS episode "Day of the Dove". In this era, Kor would still be at the height of his career as one of the Empire's premier warriors (and being essentially nobility doesn't hurt either) and if war with the Federation does come, it would be likely he'd be one of the people in charge of the invasion force. Plus it would just be a nice tip of the hat to the franchise's first-ever Klingon villain to get a chance as a movie antagonist. Kang and Koloth may m.ay also have smaller roles as Kor's CoDragons.




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** In colloquial English, "Data" is treated as a collective noun, and increasingly "data" and "datum" are used interchangably.
7th Aug '16 9:32:22 AM StarformDCX
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* Jossed.



[[WMG:Garth of Izar is the threat within Starfleet,Mitchell is the Person of Mass destruction...and is on Kirk's side.]]

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[[WMG:Garth [[WMG: Garth of Izar is the threat within Starfleet,Mitchell is the Person of Mass destruction...and is on Kirk's side.]]



* Jossed. [[spoiler:Khan is Harrison, making him the BigBad of this film. Although he could appear in the third film.]]

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* Jossed. [[spoiler:Khan is Harrison, making him the BigBad of this film. Although he could appear in the third film.]]



* Jossed. Spock's Pon Farr was delt with in the After Darkness comics set after the movie.

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* Jossed. Spock's Pon Farr was delt dealt with in the After Darkness comics set after the movie.




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* Jossed.




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* Jossed.




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** Jossed.




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* Jossed.




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* Confirmed.




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* Semi-Confirmed. ''Star Trek Beyond'' does feature Spock Kelvin reacting to Spock Prime's death (and it is ''very'' much RealLifeWritesThePlot), but we don't see Spock Prime's funeral or hear anything about Vulcan-Romulan reconciliation.




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* Confirmed. There's no mention of it (or any of the events of ''Into Darkness'' for that matter) in ''Star Trek Beyond.''
30th Jun '16 4:47:37 PM livestockgeorge
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** Which is a common enough occurence IRL. Many, many primitive cultures have languages far, far, more complex on a grammatical level than say, English. Native American languages and Australian Aboriginal languages are good examples. Advanced civilizations also tend to ''simplify'' their written language for the sake of efficiency.
26th Jun '16 4:05:40 AM HelloLamppost
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It's a complete story-breaker of a technology. We will never hear of it again. Even if it does pop up in some capacity, we ''certainly'' won't see any of the repercussions such a discovery should logically have on life in the Federation.

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It's a complete story-breaker of a technology. We will never hear of it again. again. Even if it does pop up in some capacity, we ''certainly'' won't see any of the repercussions such a discovery should logically have on life in the Federation.
Federation.

For pity's sake, it's ''already'' ForgottenPhlebotinum. The cure for death was discovered 200 years ago ''and forgotten!''
26th Jun '16 4:04:11 AM HelloLamppost
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[[WMG: Khan's resurrection potion blood will become ForgottenPhlebotinum.]]
It's a complete story-breaker of a technology. We will never hear of it again. Even if it does pop up in some capacity, we ''certainly'' won't see any of the repercussions such a discovery should logically have on life in the Federation.

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[[WMG: Khan's resurrection potion blood will become ForgottenPhlebotinum.]]
It's a complete story-breaker of a technology. We will never hear of it again. again. Even if it does pop up in some capacity, we ''certainly'' won't see any of the repercussions such a discovery should logically have on life in the Federation.
26th Jun '16 4:03:33 AM HelloLamppost
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[[WMG: Khan's resurrection potion blood will become ForgottenPhlebotinum.]]
It's a complete story-breaker of a technology. We will never hear of it again. Even if it does pop up in some capacity, we ''certainly'' won't see any of the repercussions such a discovery should logically have on life in the Federation.
14th Mar '16 7:50:37 PM beatpole
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[[WMG: Klingon forehead ridges]]
The Klingons on Qo'nos have forehead ridges because after the empire's initial attempt to destroy infected colonies failed (as seen in Enterprise) the Klingons quarantined the uninfected worlds by banning any travel to or from them. Any Klingon that left the system was assumed infected and could not return. Any offworlders landing on an uninfected world were aggressively attacked and destroyed to prevent possible contamination. The masks worn by the warriors were biohazard equipment, and as such were only removed once they confirmed the trespassers were not Klingon and therefore not carriers. The inability to move offworld also caused overpopulation forcing the settlement of previously uninhabited regions. It also created difficulties in controlling the empire since the high council and government were trapped on the home world, explaining the increase in aggression referred to by Admiral Marcus.
23rd Oct '15 7:04:42 AM MikaHaeli8
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[[WMG: Pike joined Starfleet in the exact same way Kirk did.]]
To whit: Pike was also once a hot-headed, intelligent, directionless firebrand who would end up either dead or in jail, and Marcus befriended him and got him to join Starfleet (and thus get himself together). The strong relationship between Pike and Marcus is, to this Tropette, implied by Marcus's referral to Pike as "Chris" - a ''very'' informal moment in a formal meeting - as well as "His death is on me." and "Who d'you think talked him into it?"

It may have also been part of the reason Pike took on Kirk - he saw much of his younger self in him, and wanted to change that before it got too late.
30th Jun '15 10:15:35 AM kalel32688
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* Jossed. The next movie will be titled ''Star Trek Beyond''.
9th Jun '15 2:55:49 PM Morgenthaler
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* PeterWeller, thanks to all the publicity misdirection surrounding Cumberbatch, will turn out to be a surprise BiggerBad, possibly even forcing an EnemyMine between the crew and "Harrison". Furthermore, Weller's [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise previous Trek role]] featured him as a follower of Colonel Green, a near-contemporary of Khan's who was obsessed with genetic purity. The connection is murky, but there may yet be one. [[spoiler:Confirmed, though he's not necessarily a ''bigger'' bad than Harrison.]]

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* PeterWeller, Creator/PeterWeller, thanks to all the publicity misdirection surrounding Cumberbatch, will turn out to be a surprise BiggerBad, BigBad, possibly even forcing an EnemyMine between the crew and "Harrison". Furthermore, Weller's [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise previous Trek role]] featured him as a follower of Colonel Green, a near-contemporary of Khan's who was obsessed with genetic purity. The connection is murky, but there may yet be one. [[spoiler:Confirmed, though he's not necessarily a ''bigger'' bad than Harrison.]]



* PeterWeller is Khan; "John Harrison" is his son. The name John means "graced by God" - not much of a stretch to think that a genetically engineered being thinks of himself (and his offspring) as gods. And the name "Harrison" is a clue because it means "son of Harris (or Harry)."

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* PeterWeller Creator/PeterWeller is Khan; "John Harrison" is his son. The name John means "graced by God" - not much of a stretch to think that a genetically engineered being thinks of himself (and his offspring) as gods. And the name "Harrison" is a clue because it means "son of Harris (or Harry)."
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