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PsyLiam
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Never mind that the sensor-screwing nebula in BOBW only seemed to affect the Borgs sensors.

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Gvsualan
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quote:
Originally posted by Harry:
Does it, though?

I can only find Romulan, Cardassian and Klingon HCs in the scripts.

Yes, it was mentioned in Voyager.
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TheWoozle
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quote:
Originally posted by PsyLiam:
Never mind that the sensor-screwing nebula in BOBW only seemed to affect the Borgs sensors.

I don't think we have enough information to make that assumption. In BOBW, the Enterprise wasn't trying to target the borg ship, the borg ship was outside, in the clear (easier to look out, then look in?), and the Borg ship was firign torpedoes, which wouldn't take much triangulation to see where they come from.. especially when the borg ship wasn't trying to hide.

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PsyLiam
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quote:
Originally posted by TheWoozle:
In BOBW, the Enterprise wasn't trying to target the borg ship, the borg ship was outside, in the clear (easier to look out, then look in?), and the Borg ship was firign torpedoes,

I don't count the torpedoes firing thing, since they didn't start doing that until just before the Enterprise leaves.

I suppose the nebula COULD have been easier to look out than look in, but it seems a bit weird. If someone is covered in fog, it's just as hard for them to see someone standing 50 metres away in the clear as it is for that person to see the guy in the fog. The nebula would have to act like some weird one-way glass. And we're not talking about this, because it is:

1/ Nerdy
2/ Tech talk in the wrong forum, and
3/ Not related to the topic at all.

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Lee
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That last scene was weird. One minute V'Las seems to be talking to the Romulan very much as if he is a Vulcan, annoyed with what he perceives as his allies' failings; then he's almost acting as if subordinate to the Romulan, and expecting to be extracted from his role to boot. Does V'Las expect to defect to Romulus to avoid going to jail for the embassy bombing, or because he is really a Romulan and wants to go home?

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Krenim
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I got the impression V'Las was Romulan, although I guess there's no real evidence of that.
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It'd be interesting if they brought that character back. V'Lass I mean.

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Yes, because he was such an interesting three-dimensional character.
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Jason Abbadon
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Sure he was: a obviously bloodthirsty Vulcan that yells and throws tantrums...and yet no one questions his behavior.

Most Vulcans are sheep aparently.

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Well, hey, they said he had a unique talent to govern...

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What I meant by bringing back his character - was continuing this arc - i.e. I hope he is at least mentioned when this Romulan involement starts cropping up.

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seems to me, that Vulcan/Romulan intrigue would be a natural for the rest of the season and for the next century. In fact, before BALLANCE OF TERROR, there really is no way to tell if a Vulcan ship near the Neutral Zone is actually a Romulan Spy.. or even suspect it. the Romulans signing the peace treaty without visuals really makes sense.

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Jason Abbadon
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The Romulans probably did not want the Vulcans knowing about them as opposed to keeping secrets from the pinkskins.

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