Re: A way Endgame could have been redeemed
Captain McBain wrote:
It would have been infinitely more preferable if Voyager had stumbled onto a spatial anomaly or a strange, powerful race that somehow got them home (not without difficulty, of course), instead of using the tired time travel plot to rescue them from the Delta Quadrant.
It just seemed like a cheap fix to me.
But I like time travel and I don't like strange powerful races.
If someone had told me, there's going to be time travel at the finale of Voyager and that will get them home I would have been like, YAY!!!!
But if you told me there's going to be a strange powerful race in the finale and that will get them home I would have been like
Things aren't right or wrong, they're just preferences.
But lets make a change that will effect countless lives just so we can get home 16 years or so earlier. In a way they behaved with only regard to themselves, so what if we changed the course of others lives. . As Starfleet officers they are supposed to put others before themselves.
On the continent of wild endeavour in the mountains of solace and solitude there stood the citadel of the time lords, the oldest and most mighty race in the universe looking down on the galaxies below sworn never to interfere only to watch.