Humans in the DQ

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  1. davidant32

    davidant32 Commodore Commodore

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    How often do we encounter humans (other than Voyager's crew) in the Delta Quadrant?

    Caretaker: The Maquis from Chakotay's ship
    The 37's: The humans from 1937 and their descendants
    Unity: Riley Frazier
    Equinox: The Starfleet crew of that vessel

    Of course, every episode with Annika Hansen (aka 7 of 9, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01).

    Considering how often Voyager ran into other humans or groups of humans vs. how much area comprises the Delta Quadrant, you'd think that the whole quadrant is littered with Homo sapiens. Or maybe Voyager is just good at sniffing them out.

    Are there other episodes I'm missing??
     
  2. KaraBear

    KaraBear Captain Captain

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    I don't think caretaker counts in this regard since they got pulled in together
     
  3. Guy Gardener

    Guy Gardener Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    Deadlock sorta.

    Captain Braxton, followed by "Captain Ducane".

    The Dinosaurs from Distant Origin, although not strictly human, did share a genetic link, and were absolutely Earthlings.

    Raven had a concentrated Hansen odour.
     
  4. Pondwater

    Pondwater Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    What about the remains of that Astronaut from "One Small Step"?
     
  5. Dream

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    Humans aren't suppose to be in the Delta Quadrant for another 100 years according to Q.
     
  6. teacake

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    He's talking colonization though I suspect.
     
  7. davidant32

    davidant32 Commodore Commodore

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    in "Death Wish," Q brought Riker, Isaac Newton, and Maury Ginsberg to the DQ, and by the end of the episode, Q (in human form) is made mortal into Quinn, so I would assume he becomes human....

    Also, though technically not 100% human, Species 8472 in "In The Flesh" and the Silver Blood Demon-class planet copies of the Voyager crew in "Course: Oblivion" all walked like humans, talked like humans, and presented themselves as humans and/or Starfleet, so as far as any species they encountered in the DQ were concerned, they were humans....

    In the TNG episode "The Price," La Forge is briefly in the DQ via the wormhole
     
  8. Bad Thoughts

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    The Q, though, aren't entirely omniscient.
     
  9. Guy Gardener

    Guy Gardener Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    They are too omniscient, but they're also bound to continuity even though they know better and can do better.

    They have to do what they've always done for the universe to continue to make sense.

    That's what the Scarcrow thing was about.
     
  10. Dream

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    They don't have to be if they have already been to the future.
     
  11. T'Girl

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    Various Borg would seem to have been Humans (not just Seven).


    :)
     
  12. DonIago

    DonIago Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    There's the Species 8472 folks who essentially became humans.
     

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