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Cardassian3279 October 6 2013 03:31 PM

same question or not.....Kreetassans.
 
Hey guys,

I wonder if Kreetassans still exist in DS9 or not? I thought it might be discussion about Kreetassans in this 24th century or finish/no more exist?

Are their same question recently or not if so please admin delete or change/move other thread, Thank you.

Thank you,

Martyn

Dr. Sevrin October 6 2013 04:28 PM

Re: same question or not.....Kreetassans.
 
The Kreetassans weren't introduced until Star Trek: Enterprise, so they don't appear in any of the other earlier productions. In terms of canon, their current status is unknown.

However, in the novel The Buried Age, the character Onna Karapleedeez (mentioned by Tryla Scott in TNG: Conspiracy) is identified as a Kreetassan who fell victim to those little insect-like parasites that were taking over people.

Cardassian3279 October 6 2013 06:50 PM

Re: same question or not.....Kreetassans.
 
Quote:

Melakon wrote: (Post 8735560)
The Kreetassans weren't introduced until Star Trek: Enterprise, so they don't appear in any of the other earlier productions. In terms of canon, their current status is unknown.

However, in the novel The Buried Age, the character Onna Karapleedeez (mentioned by Tryla Scott in TNG: Conspiracy) is identified as a Kreetassan who fell victim to those little insect-like parasites that were taking over people.


Ahhh, thank you pal and any website that match your information that I want look for? < it that right sentence?

Thank you for that.

Martyn

Dr. Sevrin October 6 2013 07:05 PM

Re: same question or not.....Kreetassans.
 
Memory Alpha is probably the fastest reference to consult, though some information there isn't always sourced with specific episodes. That's where I got the mention of the book. You can find all sorts of details on a variety of topics you might be interested in. It looks like there are some different languages the info can be displayed in, if English isn't your native tongue.

http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Portal:Main

Cardassian3279 October 6 2013 09:34 PM

Re: same question or not.....Kreetassans.
 
Quote:

Melakon wrote: (Post 8736136)
Memory Alpha is probably the fastest reference to consult, though some information there isn't always sourced with specific episodes. That's where I got the mention of the book. You can find all sorts of details on a variety of topics you might be interested in. It looks like there are some different languages the info can be displayed in, if English isn't your native tongue.

http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Portal:Main

Thank for link,

My English not my language, BSL is my language which mean British Sign Language.

Cheerio,
Martyn

Dr. Sevrin October 6 2013 09:47 PM

Re: same question or not.....Kreetassans.
 
Yeah, I thought I detected an accent. ;)

Cardassian3279 October 6 2013 10:28 PM

Re: same question or not.....Kreetassans.
 
Quote:

Melakon wrote: (Post 8736925)
Yeah, I thought I detected an accent. ;)


Hee hee, yeah I know. I try my best in English sentence, lol.

Martyn


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