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Old July 23 2014, 08:48 PM   #181
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Just about done with the textures for the head and neck. They both came together much easier this time around. I still have to do the weapons and I’m thinking about redoing the bridge. They came out fine the first time I did them so I don’t feel the need to redo them but I might anyway.

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Old July 24 2014, 02:55 PM   #182
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I wonder if one could say the D-2 was a modified Herq' ship...
I doubt it. As I recall, the Klingon's time with the Hur'q was around the year A.D. 900. This little ship looks old, but maybe not that old.

(If you don't know, the Hur'q were aliens that invaded the Klingon's homeworld 1,500 years before the episode "The Sword of Kahless" [DS9]. There has been much speculation that the Klingons got all their higher science, in whole or in part, from their alien captors, who, in typical Klingon style, they eventually conquered, themselves. But these guys were only ever mentioned in the one episode as far as I recall, so I wouldn't be surprised if you missed them.)

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Old August 6 2014, 04:34 PM   #183
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Re: Ships Of The Starfleet Museum

The Hur'q were featured in the game Star Trek: Invasion. From what footage I've seen, I don't think that their ships resembles Klingon vessels in any fashion.

Did the Klingons obtain any technology from them after they booted the Hur'q off of Qonos? Maybe.
Did they perhaps not know how to reverse-engineer the technology? More likely, but that depends on if the Klingons had any concept of powered technology at the time.

Either way, by the time of the D-2, I think that the Klingons would've gone their own way in design.
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