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View Poll Results: Did Lon catch Pon Farr from Tuvok?
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Old March 11 2014, 09:55 PM   #16
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Re: If Suder had lived, would he have to do Pon Farr now?

Nah, if that was the case it would have passed to Kes, that chick from Gravity, B'Elenna, Seven and Janeway. Damn! Tuvok.
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Old March 11 2014, 10:00 PM   #17
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Re: If Suder had lived, would he have to do Pon Farr now?

^ Stupid Vulcan can't even keep it in his head for five minutes.
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Old March 11 2014, 10:03 PM   #18
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Re: If Suder had lived, would he have to do Pon Farr now?

Kes didn't have her personality "fixed".

Removing his homodicality wasn't a quaint side effect.

Tuvok went in there with a spade and dug some very deep holes.
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Old March 13 2014, 09:41 PM   #19
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Re: If Suder had lived, would he have to do Pon Farr now?

Guy Gardener wrote: View Post
Let me explain more clearly...

Pon farr is an eruption from having a perfectly orderly Vulcan mind for Seven years.

Tuvok hammered at Suder's mind until it was perfectly Vulcanly orderly.

Suder has the strength of a Vulcan Mind, but does he have it's weaknesses?

Is this the physiological consequence or manifestation of the influence of highly disciplined mental abilities on a strictly biological imperative? If not, it would seem that the only possibility of transference to a non-Vulcan would be if a bond were in effect while Pon Farr was actually occuring a la Blood Fever.


This is likely idle speculation however, as I have seemed to misplaced my copy of the Kir'Shara amongst other important volumes.
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Old March 13 2014, 11:20 PM   #20
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Re: If Suder had lived, would he have to do Pon Farr now?

Romulans may not experience Pon Farr, but if they did, surely they would have told us by now, good lord, its almost a certainty that Romulans are not even telepathic!

2000 years ago Star Trek time, all Vulcans were biologically and culturally identical to the 24th century Romulans.
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