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Jeff Raven
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And just because you seem so happy to correct spellings, I shall misspell Enterprize, Promethios, Enginearing and Bilana Torez. :P

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Yes, it's alive.

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Jeff Raven
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Is it Tin man?

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So it's alive, with no artificial parts. It's not a Borg, then. It's not Tin Man, AKA Gomtu, Jeff. It's a living thing between the sizes of a human being and Earth.

That giant amoeba, perhaps?

Did it appear in more than one Trek production?

Did it first appear before the beginning of DS9?

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It's not Tin Man, it's not the amoeba, it has been in more than one Trek production, and it's first appearance was before the beginning of DS9.

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Elim Garak
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*Frank speak* You spelled that wrong. (It's spelled Gomtuu. )

Could it fit in Voyager's shuttlebay?


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Yes, it could fit in Voyager's shuttlebay.

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Well, considering they apparently keep a dozen shuttles in there, along with the Flyer and Neelix's ship, that may not help much.

Is it humanoid?

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Yes, it's humanoid. (14 questions left, BTW)

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A humanoid life form that wouldn't fit in a garbage can, but would fit in Voyager's shuttle bay. That appeared before the beginning of DS9.

Did it appear before the beginning of TNG?

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Yes, it appeared before the start of TNG.

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My guess would either be the Gorn or the M-113 salt creature.

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No to both (they haven't been in more than one episode). 11 questions left.

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The Salt Vampire appeared as a statue in "The Squire of Gothos". As I recall, it's what Trelane vaporized while examining a phaser.

"This doesn't kill... and this does!"

*ZZAP!*

That's actually what I was going to guess.

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Ah...didn't know that. Good guess, then.

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