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Darkwing July 25 2013 11:27 PM

Aridas' ship recognition data
 
My chart is in another state. Does anyone have a readable picture or scan of the hull numbers at the bottom? Or just a text list of ships and hull numbers? I'm taking a swat at a list of ships and want to integrate material from the starship recognition chart, especially the Ariadne. Thanks in advance for any help.

Mysterion July 26 2013 02:06 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
Acherner Class - 1732-1733, 1735, 1737, 1739, 1741-1744
Amerind Class - 626-629
Ariadne Class - 206-2015, 217-309, 311-320, 321-332
Ariel Class - 2200-2203
Ascension Class - 2520-2529
Avenger Class - 1860-1861, 1863, 1867-1870, 1874-1875, 1877-1879
Balson class - 2105, 2120-2123
Belknap class - 2501-2519, 2537-2544
Bonhomme Richard Class - 1727
Cochise Class - 530-555
Constitution Class - 1700, 1704, 1710, 1711-1715
Coronado Class - 1975-1980
Coventry class - 1230-1237, 1239-1243
Cyane Class - 1890-1899
Cygnus Class - 617-625
Daran Class - 3201-3212
Daring Class - 2394-2411
Darwin Class - 652-674
Decatur Class - 2500
Detroyat Class - 1107, 1109
Endeavor Class - 1716, 1718-1721, 1723, 1725, 1728-1731, 1734, 1736, 1738, 1740
Endurance Class - 1862, 1865, 1866, 1871-1873, 1876, 1880
Enterprise Class - 1701, 1706, 1722, 1726, 1843-1849
Excelsior Class - 2000
Federation Class - 2100-2104, 2106-2112
Frobisher Class - 350-378, 380-396
Horizon/Archon Class - 1376
Ingram Class - 2001
Kepler Class - 3816-3830
Kirov Class - 2150-2154
Knox Class - 1940-1959, 1961-1965
Komarov Class - 630-637, 639-651
Leonardo Class - 025-098, 100-116, 118-140
Menahga Class - 3100-3102
Mitannic Class - 3103-3109
Monoceros Class - 601-616
Nordenskjold Class - 1427, 1430
Pompey Class - 506-508, 513, 516-518
Ptolemy Class - 3801, 3803-3815
Pytheas Class - 1409
Renner Class - 3250-3270
Saladin/Hermes Class - 500,502-505,510-512,514-515,586,588-589,592-593,595-600
Siva Class - 520-529
Surya Class - 1850-1854, 1856-1859, 1882-1888
Tikopai Class - 1800-1832

Darkwing July 26 2013 05:45 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
thanks, Mysterion! exactly what I needed.

Mysterion July 26 2013 09:56 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
No probs.

wildstar July 27 2013 06:06 AM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
I love that poster. Had it up in my bedroom for years.

Capt_Jason August 23 2013 09:20 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
A slight bump by a few months here, but as my following question is related to the creator of said chart I believe it is justified.

Is anyone aware of Aridas's whereabouts or whats become of him? I have noted that the FRS site has gone offline. Sucks being out of Treknology for awhile, only to come back and find friends and colleagues vanished.

Anyone have any info?

Mysterion August 23 2013 10:30 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
Aridas shut down the FRS site aboat a month ago. He said he felt it was time to move on to other things in his life.

the FRS Refugee Camp can be found here: http://treknographics101.prophpbb.com/

137th Gebirg August 29 2013 04:08 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
Around the same time he asked what it would take to cancel his account here at TrekBBS.

Moving on, indeed... :(

Capt_Jason August 29 2013 11:58 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
Quote:

137th Gebirg wrote: (Post 8572144)
Around the same time he asked what it would take to cancel his account here at TrekBBS.

Moving on, indeed... :(

Yes.. I have since learned that he chose to move on do to the fact that his original projects were falling by the wayside and that Trek was more or less an experiment in nostalgia.

What I fail to understand though is why he shut down the FRS site altogether, orphaning his supporters and colleagues, and leaving behind no other means to contact him. It sounds to me as if there was some sort of final battle where "enough was enough".

Speculations aside, he has left at precisely the wrong moment, as I feel backlash from Into Darkness has only strengthened the resolve of the old-guard to step up to the plate and tackle this problem fresh.

Praetor August 30 2013 02:07 AM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
I was/am really quite fond of his work. His Enterprise cross section was simply beautiful, a wonderful interpretation of the ship's internal arrangement.

USS Mariner September 3 2013 01:46 PM

Re: Aridas' ship recognition data
 
Well, that's just prime.

publiusr September 9 2013 09:09 PM

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He will be missed.


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