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Mars Needs Women
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Some ship images from Episode 5:

New Starbase Design:

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Klingon D7:

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Klingon Shuttle/Fighter:

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Guardian 2000
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Those are amazing-looking black and mostly-black pictures. (Not your fault … just seems like the VFX team was trying to cloak them.)

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To add to what's been said already, Trekyards is terribly annoying, not just because of baseless hypotheses, but because those who think they know everything are naturally annoying to those of us who do, which is basically the Flare userbase.

Also, the American host is utterly ridiculous, as he posted a picture of himself on Twitter in a maroon monster with the caption "have no fear, Capt. Foley is here!" and asked for retweets.

No, dude, just no. Actually, not just no, but f… oh, wait, someone said something about potty-mouth.

As for podcasts, I am tempted to start one just to add my suck factor to the chorus of suck. Even my foes complimented my speaking when I was a podcast guest a handful of years ago, so there's that…

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I can't even imagine listening to a self-serious Trek podcast. I'm just going to stick with The Greatest Generation.
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quote:
Originally posted by Guardian 2000:
To add to what's been said already, Trekyards is terribly annoying, not just because of baseless hypotheses, but because those who think they know everything are naturally annoying to those of us who do, which is basically the Flare userbase.

Also, the American host is utterly ridiculous, as he posted a picture of himself on Twitter in a maroon monster with the caption "have no fear, Capt. Foley is here!" and asked for retweets.

He's Canadian, thank the lord.

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YES! Thank you! I am so happy to hear that. We have so many weirdos now, but I am relieved to be one short.

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Problem is, most Trek podcasts seem to be American. Except when they're Canadian, but that doesn't matter, because the rest of the world really can't tell the difference. Sorry, but there it is. Anyway. Yes, American. And you're all too polite and respectful and incapable of saying something nasty about anything. And when you do, it just comes across as catty. Whereas we Brits, we're irreverent. We take the piss out of everything.

Amereican podcaster: "And of course the show's creative consultant is Nicholas Meyer, a truly great director..."
British podcaster: "Meyer? Not arsed mate. That Sherlock film he done? Rubbish."

On another board, I've taken to calling Voq D'Wayn D'bleh, he's the ultimate Klingon space nerd (now that T'Kuvma has carked it anyway, he was the previous holder of the crown). And L'Rell, I keep expecting her to say "This one time, in Klingon band camp..." - now all the more apt now we know she's a bit kinky, likes the odd human prisoner.

(Of course, that's all gone for a ball of chalk now Voq has been genetically transformed into the implausibly hot Lt. Ash Tyler, which is obviously what has happened, but still)

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Klingon concept art, with ships.

https://www.artstation.com/artwork/1QvbL

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Try this.

http://www.thetrekcollective.com/2017/10/discovery-klingon-designs-revealed-in.html?m=1

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Okay, so know we know whose ass to lick. Thanks.

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The USS Gagarin seen in the trailer for next week's episode ("Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum") seems to be of the same class as the USS Kerala.
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Seven hours later, I realize there's a typo. That should be KICK, goddammit.

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quote:
Originally posted by gaghyogi49:
The USS Gagarin seen in the trailer for next week's episode ("Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum") seems to be of the same class as the USS Kerala.

Finaly, we will see one of those new ship designs in a close-up!
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Did anyone noticed that the ship at the end of 'Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad' uses parts of the new Galactica (engines) and the engineering hull of an Excesior-class starship?
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