Rush Limborg wrote:
Kinda painful, too, the last decision by Macet. Painful...but necessary. In the end, every war has at least one major hard decision, with no easy answers--one in which the neccesary decision is inevitably the most
painful to swallow.
Brilliant, this touch. My compliments.
Thanks, and you are very, VERY right about tough decisions in war. That was a decision I wrestled with myself, as the writer--whether he should go ahead with it or no. But it just felt like he was pushing me that way.
"Unlike Federation and Cardassian vessels, the ‘bridge’ of a Jem’Hadar ship was buried several decks into the ship instead of sitting with just one reinforced hull plate between them and the vacuum."
What was the Federation thinking?
Believe me. That question comes up a LOT when I write.