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Old March 29 2013, 06:38 PM   #46
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Re: Same-species ship; not very UFP?

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I'd like to see an all-Excalbian ship, but I'm guessing they don't travel in ships.
They were able to clear a relatively large area of the surface of their world of the sea of lava that was once there. And cool that area pretty quickly. This is (or could be) an indication of a technological society.

I assume that Lincoln and the others were actually Excalbians who had changed form somehow, or then articial constructs.

Provided their material science was advanced enough, they should have the ability to construct ships. Become a Federation member by the time of TNG? Maybe.

Perhaps they could serve along side Hortas'.

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Old March 29 2013, 07:39 PM   #47
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Re: Same-species ship; not very UFP?

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^ It would be very interesting to see what would happen if a human crewmember did serve under Solok's command, AND was capable of standing up to him. How would Solok react if a human underling chose to argue against Solok's treatment of humans and do so logically?

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I believe that the T'Kumbra was simply a ship launched from Vulcan and just had an all-Vulcan crew during that point in time. Heck, by now, the ship may even have Humans and other Federation races as members of its complement following a recent crew rotation away from Vulcan.
Well, not exactly...

Well, you know what they say about novels and canon, but my point still stands.
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