Game Star Trek A to Z

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  1. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
    B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
    C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
    D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
    E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
    F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
    G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
    H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
    I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
    J is for Julian Bashir. Genius Doctor. Part-time spy. Passionate lover. Well, I guess two out of three is better than nothing.
    K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers, the most powerful and formidable Klingon warships of the mid-23rd century.
    L is for Laurentian System.
    M is for Marlena Moreau. Yummy in both Universes.
    N is for Nestene.
    O is for Oberth-class science starships of the 23rd and 24th centuries.
    P is for Praxis. The sole moon of Qo'noS. Until it exploded in 2293.
    Q is for Qo'noS, the Klingon Homeworld and central planet of their Empire. First visited by humans from Earth following the Klaang incident and first contact of 2151.
    R is for Roger Corby.
    S is for Seven of Nine. More like Ten of Ten. "Resistance is Adjustable"
    T is for Tellarite ambassadors. They were supposed to be diplomats, but they usually let their tempers and arguments rule their negotiations.
     
  2. Alrik

    Alrik Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
    B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
    C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
    D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
    E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
    F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
    G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
    H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
    I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
    J is for Julian Bashir. Genius Doctor. Part-time spy. Passionate lover. Well, I guess two out of three is better than nothing.
    K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers, the most powerful and formidable Klingon warships of the mid-23rd century.
    L is for Laurentian System.
    M is for Marlena Moreau. Yummy in both Universes.
    N is for Nestene.
    O is for Oberth-class science starships of the 23rd and 24th centuries.
    P is for Praxis. The sole moon of Qo'noS. Until it exploded in 2293.
    Q is for Qo'noS, the Klingon Homeworld and central planet of their Empire. First visited by humans from Earth following the Klaang incident and first contact of 2151.
    R is for Roger Corby.
    S is for Seven of Nine. More like Ten of Ten. "Resistance is Adjustable"
    T is for Tellarite ambassadors. They were supposed to be diplomats, but they usually let their tempers and arguments rule their negotiations.
    U is for Unimatrix Zero. Also known as Borg Free.
     
  3. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Joined:
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    The Warped Sector of the Demented Quadrant
    A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
    B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
    C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
    D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
    E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
    F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
    G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
    H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
    I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
    J is for Julian Bashir. Genius Doctor. Part-time spy. Passionate lover. Well, I guess two out of three is better than nothing.
    K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers, the most powerful and formidable Klingon warships of the mid-23rd century.
    L is for Laurentian System.
    M is for Marlena Moreau. Yummy in both Universes.
    N is for Nestene.
    O is for Oberth-class science starships of the 23rd and 24th centuries.
    P is for Praxis. The sole moon of Qo'noS. Until it exploded in 2293.
    Q is for Qo'noS, the Klingon Homeworld and central planet of their Empire. First visited by humans from Earth following the Klaang incident and first contact of 2151.
    R is for Roger Corby.
    S is for Seven of Nine. More like Ten of Ten. "Resistance is Adjustable"
    T is for Tellarite ambassadors. They were supposed to be diplomats, but they usually let their tempers and arguments rule their negotiations.
    U is for Unimatrix Zero. Also known as Borg Free.
    V is for V'Ger, formerly the late 20th century NASA space probe Voyager 6.
     
  4. Drone

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    A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
    B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
    C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
    D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
    E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
    F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
    G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
    H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
    I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
    J is for Julian Bashir. Genius Doctor. Part-time spy. Passionate lover. Well, I guess two out of three is better than nothing.
    K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers, the most powerful and formidable Klingon warships of the mid-23rd century.
    L is for Laurentian System.
    M is for Marlena Moreau. Yummy in both Universes.
    N is for Nestene.
    O is for Oberth-class science starships of the 23rd and 24th centuries.
    P is for Praxis. The sole moon of Qo'noS. Until it exploded in 2293.
    Q is for Qo'noS, the Klingon Homeworld and central planet of their Empire. First visited by humans from Earth following the Klaang incident and first contact of 2151.
    R is for Roger Corby.
    S is for Seven of Nine. More like Ten of Ten. "Resistance is Adjustable"
    T is for Tellarite ambassadors. They were supposed to be diplomats, but they usually let their tempers and arguments rule their negotiations.
    U is for Unimatrix Zero. Also known as Borg Free.
    V is for V'Ger, formerly the late 20th century NASA space probe Voyager 6.
    W is for Wolf 359, the sight of one of the biggest graveyards Starfleet ever had the misfortune to step into.
     
  5. Joel_Kirk

    Joel_Kirk Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
    B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
    C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
    D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
    E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
    F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
    G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
    H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
    I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
    J is for Julian Bashir. Genius Doctor. Part-time spy. Passionate lover. Well, I guess two out of three is better than nothing.
    K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers, the most powerful and formidable Klingon warships of the mid-23rd century.
    L is for Laurentian System.
    M is for Marlena Moreau. Yummy in both Universes.
    N is for Nestene.
    O is for Oberth-class science starships of the 23rd and 24th centuries.
    P is for Praxis. The sole moon of Qo'noS. Until it exploded in 2293.
    Q is for Qo'noS, the Klingon Homeworld and central planet of their Empire. First visited by humans from Earth following the Klaang incident and first contact of 2151.
    R is for Roger Corby.
    S is for Seven of Nine. More like Ten of Ten. "Resistance is Adjustable"
    T is for Tellarite ambassadors. They were supposed to be diplomats, but they usually let their tempers and arguments rule their negotiations.
    U is for Unimatrix Zero. Also known as Borg Free.
    V is for V'Ger, formerly the late 20th century NASA space probe Voyager 6.
    W is for Wolf 359, the sight of one of the biggest graveyards Starfleet ever had the misfortune to step into.
    X is for Xindi-Aquatic.
     
  6. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
    B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
    C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
    D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
    E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
    F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
    G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
    H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
    I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
    J is for Julian Bashir. Genius Doctor. Part-time spy. Passionate lover. Well, I guess two out of three is better than nothing.
    K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers, the most powerful and formidable Klingon warships of the mid-23rd century.
    L is for Laurentian System.
    M is for Marlena Moreau. Yummy in both Universes.
    N is for Nestene.
    O is for Oberth-class science starships of the 23rd and 24th centuries.
    P is for Praxis. The sole moon of Qo'noS. Until it exploded in 2293.
    Q is for Qo'noS, the Klingon Homeworld and central planet of their Empire. First visited by humans from Earth following the Klaang incident and first contact of 2151.
    R is for Roger Corby.
    S is for Seven of Nine. More like Ten of Ten. "Resistance is Adjustable"
    T is for Tellarite ambassadors. They were supposed to be diplomats, but they usually let their tempers and arguments rule their negotiations.
    U is for Unimatrix Zero. Also known as Borg Free.
    V is for V'Ger, formerly the late 20th century NASA space probe Voyager 6.
    W is for Wolf 359, the sight of one of the biggest graveyards Starfleet ever had the misfortune to step into.
    X is for Xindi-Aquatic.
    Y is for Yamato.
     
  7. Captain Rob

    Captain Rob Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for Atomic bombs, the most powerful weapon on mid-20th century Earth and the forerunner to the thermonuclear devices that would pose a threat to humanity for the next hundred years.
    B is for Bussard Collectors. Set on the forward end of the nacelle, they were designed primarily to collect hydrogen particles for fuel replenishment.
    C is for the Canopus Planet, where the famed writer Tarbolde penned "Nightingale Woman" in the year 1996.
    D is for Deuterium. The 'matter' in the matter-antimatter reaction and feul in the impulse engines. Easily acquired by separating from seawater. Not drilled or mined as depicted on Enterprise.
    E is for eels, Ceti eels specifically. A very hardy organism that you would want to seriously avoid coming into close contact with.
    F is for Forward Phaser Bank. The only one we saw used during TOS.
    G is for Gary Mitchell, James Kirk's best friend from their mutual Academy days in 2250 until the tragic events at Delta Vega fifteen years later.
    H is for Hernandez, Erika. Captain of the NX-02 Columbia.
    I is for Isolinear technology, which drove the primary onboard computer systems of Federation starships starting around 2329 and succeeded the duotronic systems in use during the previous eighty-plus years.
    J is for Julian Bashir. Genius Doctor. Part-time spy. Passionate lover. Well, I guess two out of three is better than nothing.
    K is for Klingon D7 battle cruisers, the most powerful and formidable Klingon warships of the mid-23rd century.
    L is for Laurentian System.
    M is for Marlena Moreau. Yummy in both Universes.
    N is for Nestene.
    O is for Oberth-class science starships of the 23rd and 24th centuries.
    P is for Praxis. The sole moon of Qo'noS. Until it exploded in 2293.
    Q is for Qo'noS, the Klingon Homeworld and central planet of their Empire. First visited by humans from Earth following the Klaang incident and first contact of 2151.
    R is for Roger Corby.
    S is for Seven of Nine. More like Ten of Ten. "Resistance is Adjustable"
    T is for Tellarite ambassadors. They were supposed to be diplomats, but they usually let their tempers and arguments rule their negotiations.
    U is for Unimatrix Zero. Also known as Borg Free.
    V is for V'Ger, formerly the late 20th century NASA space probe Voyager 6.
    W is for Wolf 359, the sight of one of the biggest graveyards Starfleet ever had the misfortune to step into.
    X is for Xindi-Aquatic.
    Y is for Yamato.
    Z is for Zarabeth. All dressed up and nowhere to go. End-of-line.
     
  8. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
     
  9. Alrik

    Alrik Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
     
  10. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
     
  11. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
     
  12. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
     
  13. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
    F is for Ferengi tooth sharpener.
     
  14. Captain Rob

    Captain Rob Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
    F is for Ferengi tooth sharpener.
    G is for Greeblies. All of those unknown mechanical looking devices that are on starship walls. Along with the ubiquitous GNDN conduits.
     
  15. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
    F is for Ferengi tooth sharpener.
    G is for Greeblies. All of those unknown mechanical looking devices that are on starship walls. Along with the ubiquitous GNDN conduits.
    H is for Harry Mudd's moustache.
     
  16. Captain Rob

    Captain Rob Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
    F is for Ferengi tooth sharpener.
    G is for Greeblies. All of those unknown mechanical looking devices that are on starship walls. Along with the ubiquitous GNDN conduits.
    H is for Harry Mudd's moustache.
    I is for Internal Sensors. Probably what some of those wall greeblies are.
     
  17. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
    F is for Ferengi tooth sharpener.
    G is for Greeblies. All of those unknown mechanical looking devices that are on starship walls. Along with the ubiquitous GNDN conduits.
    H is for Harry Mudd's moustache.
    I is for Internal Sensors. Probably what some of those wall greeblies are.
    J is for Jono of Talaria, actually a human teenager who'd been found and adopted by Talarians during their war with the Federation in the early 2350s.
     
  18. Joel_Kirk

    Joel_Kirk Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    K is for Kang, Koloth, and Kor. Three who took the Blood Oath with Curzon Dax.
     
  19. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
    F is for Ferengi tooth sharpener.
    G is for Greeblies. All of those unknown mechanical looking devices that are on starship walls. Along with the ubiquitous GNDN conduits.
    H is for Harry Mudd's moustache.
    I is for Internal Sensors. Probably what some of those wall greeblies are.
    J is for Jono of Talaria, actually a human teenager who'd been found and adopted by Talarians during their war with the Federation in the early 2350s.
    K is for Kang, Koloth, and Kor. Three who took the Blood Oath with Curzon Dax.
    L is for Lantree.
     
  20. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for Adam, follower of Dr. Sevrin and skilled player of the....whatever that instrument was supposed to be.
    B is for Bok. Ferengi DaiMon. NOT a fan of Picard.
    C is for Christopher Pike, who commanded the Enterprise 1701 during two five-year missions of exploration in the Prime timeline before handing over command to the much younger James T. Kirk.
    D is for Doctor McCoy's family recipe for bourbon and beans.
    E is for the Earth-Saturn Probe, a common name for the first manned space mission to the ringed gas giant that was launched from Earth in the early decades of the 21st century.
    F is for Ferengi tooth sharpener.
    G is for Greeblies. All of those unknown mechanical looking devices that are on starship walls. Along with the ubiquitous GNDN conduits.
    H is for Harry Mudd's moustache.
    I is for Internal Sensors. Probably what some of those wall greeblies are.
    J is for Jono of Talaria, actually a human teenager who'd been found and adopted by Talarians during their war with the Federation in the early 2350s.
    K is for Kang, Koloth, and Kor. Three who took the Blood Oath with Curzon Dax.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for the Martian Colonies.