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Aban Rune
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I think the point is that, regardless of wat the display on the Defiant is showing, there is an Olympic Class ship on the display, thus proving that this ship is not just an alternate future timeline design, but actually exists in the "real" present timeline.

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Lee
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Aban Johnson is right!

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Aban Rune
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Unless Sisko had been reviewing his portfolio of "crazy ship designs I'd like to build oh say 20 years from now" and making sure the copyrights were all up to date in case the battle didn't go so well...

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Lee
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Perhaps it's another Defiant Pathfinder design. . .

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B.J.
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Lee Johnson is right!

(Say, where'd that herd of cattle come from?)


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Jason Abbadon
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quote:
Originally posted by AndrewR:
Yay! Olympic Class! This means we have a 'real time line' appearance of this class - even if it is a Sillohuette on a screen.

Andrew

Except in the "real" timeline the Olympic is a torpedo frigate bristeling with weapons.
Each ship capable of destroying a sqaudron of Jemmie bugs in a single salvo (by using the "ultra-torpedos" DS9 fires that destroy ships with one hit).

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Jason,

Put.

The bong.

Down!

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The Mighty Monkey of Mim
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After reviewing the DVD sequence a painful number of times, I believe the registry of the Sitak to be NCC-33921. I'm pretty sure of this.

[Nonetheless, please don't hang me if there comes confirmation to the contrary at any point in the future!]

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The Mighty Monkey of Mim
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I have revised my opinion: I now believe it is NCC-32591.

Also, I was surprised to notice when browsing through Bernd's site the other day that he has the ship listed as NCC-31859, which is clearly not correct. Does anyone know the source of this number? I know it is not from the Encyclopedia or related publications.

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Bernd
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I have no idea where NCC-31859 comes from, I have no records. Possibly from a post in which someone read "NCC-38591" and misplaced the "1"?

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NCC-31859, NCC-32521, NCC-32531? I would say this is a case for Star Fleet Forensic!
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Dukhat
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After reading through this revived thread again, you know what really pisses me off? The fact that for DS9's series finale, they reused all of the stock footage from some other episode for their final battle. Those cheap sons o' bitches couldn't even give us a new battle scene for the last episode.

And...Bernd Johnson is right!

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Mars Needs Women
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I know, there were only a handful of new bits. And the Defiant still maintained an NX registry.
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Dukhat
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That was another thing I hated. The sheer shock of seeing the beloved Defiant destroyed by the Breen was essentially completely negated by giving us a new Defiant of the same class two episodes later, just so that the stock footage could be reused.

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