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Old November 25 2008, 07:41 PM   #31
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Re: 3 Possibilities for Series VI

Does anyone like my Idea!?
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Old November 26 2008, 10:37 AM   #32
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Re: 3 Possibilities for Series VI

It's alright. I don't see why a new galaxy would be needed though. An optimistic projection puts 3 percent of the Milky Way as being visited by the Federation over 200 years, with 1 percent being fully explored. Reality would probably be far far less than an optimistic projection.
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Old November 26 2008, 11:13 PM   #33
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Re: 3 Possibilities for Series VI

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Does anyone like my Idea!?
a single starship trapped in an unexplored region of space with no means of communicating with Starfleet?

sounds familiar....
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Old November 27 2008, 12:49 PM   #34
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Im betting it will be a STXI setting...mayb on a Kelvin type starship or something similar, after all they went to the trouble of building unique sets for that ship. They could be used for a series even if they were given a makeover to upgrade them to a similar level of technology as the new Enterprise.

Hopefully not as bright though and no barcode readers (unless they do something important)
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Old November 27 2008, 05:22 PM   #35
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Re: 3 Possibilities for Series VI

^ I'd hope against that to be honest, purely for the reason that I don't want to see the entirety of TOS rebooted/re-imagined/re-told/retconned, whatever you want to call it.

An origins story is all the Kirk era needs to complete that particular saga.

There's so much more of the Trek universe to explore without having to step on anything that's come before. There's pre-Enterprise, post-Enterprise pre-TOS, post-TUC pre-TNG and post-TNG... with all that scope for whole new stories and adventures (especially in the last instance), I'd hope there's be a bit more imagination with the future of the franchise.
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Old November 28 2008, 11:50 AM   #36
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Re: 3 Possibilities for Series VI

Well if Trek need to move forwards they should create a series in the either mid or late 25th century, and the series shoul take place in another Galaxy. If they are sticking to Canon, Andromedia's out since the "radiation" caused the galaxy uninhabitable as refernce to TOS. So it sould be in the Triangular Galaxy, aka M33 the one Enterprise D visited in episode with the traveler in it. The new ship, the Enterprise G ( the "F" went the way of the dodo IMO) is equiped with a fully functional trans warp drive so the new crew wont be dead by the time they get there.
To made the old school fans happy the Enterpise G would have a retro look, and resemble the contiution class starship, in simpler terms if the enterpise A and the Enterprise E were to be combined that is what the new ship would look like.

On a side note this show should be animated.

What do you think?

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Old November 28 2008, 04:00 PM   #37
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A galaxy overrun by a zombie virus, and a ship sent to find a cure recruits heroes from various eras in history.

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Old December 1 2008, 07:49 PM   #38
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Re: 3 Possibilities for Series VI

i think someone should explore the other species of trek. maybe the klingons or the romulans. take a look at the klingon political stucture, we already have a complete klingon language. possibly how the vucans and the romulans separated into two different sects. there are so many possibilities......
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Old December 1 2008, 09:23 PM   #39
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Late 24th Century era (post Nemesis) based Series on a starship that docks with a space station, a combo of DS9 and TNG type of stories.
Make the station a border outpost in a rough neighborhood, and the starship some sort of border-patrol cutter and mnaybe you got something here.
Wow, when I read that I immediately thought of the USS Bozeman commanded by Captain Bateson. I think she was assigned border patrol duty in one of the novels ("Ship of the Line"?).
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Old December 4 2008, 11:41 PM   #40
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A 25th Century based Trek Series involving a Timeship pursuing another Timeship which alters the past from TOS on up! Which could open up possibilities of alternate realities AND exploration of worlds mentioned
but not shown.

A late 23rd century era (post Generations) based Series on a Excelsior-class starship exploring new territories, similar to TOS. Maybe Enterprise-B based!

Late 24th Century era (post Nemesis) based Series on a starship that docks with a space station, a combo of DS9 and TNG type of stories.

You're new here, aren't you?
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Old December 5 2008, 04:28 PM   #41
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Re: 3 Possibilities for Series VI

Cap'n Caveman wrote: View Post
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Ideas for Series VI


Late 24th Century era (post Nemesis) based Series on a starship that docks with a space station, a combo of DS9 and TNG type of stories.
Make the station a border outpost in a rough neighborhood, and the starship some sort of border-patrol cutter and mnaybe you got something here.
Wow, when I read that I immediately thought of the USS Bozeman commanded by Captain Bateson. I think she was assigned border patrol duty in one of the novels ("Ship of the Line"?).
Yep, it was Ship of the Line, a much maligned novel by Diane Carey. My suggestion was partially inspuired by that book as well as the fan produced book Ships of the Star Fleet Volume 2 which features a class of small (reletive to the Enteprise) perimeter action ships.
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