Re: At War With The Romulan Empire?
I thought so as well. It just seems odd because Picard and Jarok spoke of it as if it happened in their lifetimes, something they recalled personally. But they would have been children or still unborn.
Maybe it's just my take on their conversation.
Jarok actually commanded the Romulan forces at Norkan, but given how long Vulcans and Romulans can live, that's not a problem. For Picard, the Norkan Campaign could be something that was a historical event that he studied.
"There's always someone wanting to ruin a good party..."
Last edited by C.E. Evans; June 29 2013 at 09:06 AM.
Reason: added the word "the"