USS Firefly wrote:
First of all my apologies for my bad English.
In my opinion they totally destroyed the borg.
In TNG en First Contact they needed a fleet of ships who where no match against the Borg and in Voyager they were almost powerless.
And there was almost no struggle between the Marque and Starfleet personnel, i mean the Marque were supposed to be terrorist.
Voyager was also never in danger, they had always power, photon torpedo's, shuttles.
I mean they were on food rations but the holodeck were always online.
And Janeway was a dictator
Destroyed the Borg?? Voyager was always running away from the Borg and when they Engaged a Borg ship they get heavily damaged and barely survived except in Endgame lol
There are approx 17 episodes that had the Maquis as center stage or story Maquis related,as i already pointed out they are in a new Quadrant hostile alone...fighting each other more then that is pointless.
Voyager was never in danger
Species 8472?the Hirogens?the Vidiians?the Malon?the Krenim?the Borg???
The torpedoes and shuttle problematic was explained by Rick Sternbach in season 5 extras. they trade or found the elements required to make more torpedoes/shuttles.
So many episodes talk about them being low on power having issues with ship systems,landing on planets to refuel and repair etc...
I bet you never watched the series since everyone repeats the same things in the same format.
I will not tolerate this Typhoon of hate on Voyager .
If it doesn't happen on screen it doesn't count, so the extras on one of DVD's can't be included. They should have addressed it in the show. And if you do include this extra feature (which many of the audiance won't have seen), they seem to have plenty of power in order to replicate all these parts for new shuttles etc...
Not to mention the ship looking like it had just left Utopia and the start of most episodes, no matter how much of a pounding it took the previous episode.
As for the holodeck, the writers knew the fans would call them on overusing it, so they had a line in an early episode saying holodeck power was incompatable with the rest of the ship.
Now of course not everything about VOY was bad, Robert Picardo as the EMH was one of the best things about the show.