Star Trek A To Z

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  1. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
     
  2. Orac

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
     
  3. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
     
  4. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
     
  5. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
     
  6. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
     
  7. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Joined:
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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
     
  8. Joel_Kirk

    Joel_Kirk Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
     
  9. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    The Warped Sector of the Demented Quadrant
    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
     
  10. Captain Rob

    Captain Rob Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
     
  11. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Joined:
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    The Warped Sector of the Demented Quadrant
    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
     
  12. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
     
  13. Green Shirt

    Green Shirt Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugato
     
  14. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugat.
    N is for Nelvana III.
     
  15. Captain Rob

    Captain Rob Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugat.
    N is for Nelvana III.
    O is for Ocampa. For them, a week is a long term commitment.
     
  16. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Joined:
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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugat.
    N is for Nelvana III.
    O is for Ocampa. For them, a week is a long term commitment.
    P is for Phase cannons.
     
  17. Orac

    Orac Admiral Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugat.
    N is for Nelvana III.
    O is for Ocampa. For them, a week is a long term commitment.
    P is for Phase cannons.
    Q is for Quasar-like phenomena.
     
  18. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    Location:
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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugat.
    N is for Nelvana III.
    O is for Ocampa. For them, a week is a long term commitment.
    P is for Phase cannons.
    Q is for Quasar-like phenomena.
    R is for Radar, the 20th century American military version of which detected the Enterprise 1701 high in Earth's atmosphere in July of 1969.
     
  19. Captain Rob

    Captain Rob Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugat.
    N is for Nelvana III.
    O is for Ocampa. For them, a week is a long term commitment.
    P is for Phase cannons.
    Q is for Quasar-like phenomena.
    R is for Radar, the 20th century American military version of which detected the Enterprise 1701 high in Earth's atmosphere in July of 1969.
    S is for Sarek of Vulcan. The real reason he pursued a Human mate was because his Aunt T'Pol told him how much fun Humans were. That's right. All Vulcans know each other and are probably related.
     
  20. cooleddie74

    cooleddie74 Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Joined:
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    Location:
    The Warped Sector of the Demented Quadrant
    A is for the Altair star system, location of at least two inhabited planets, one of which was home to a spacefaring civilization that had just emerged from a major interstellar war in 2267.
    B is for Borg Balls.
    C is for Cestus III, settled by the Federation but claimed by the Gorn.
    D is for Delta IV, planet of the alopecians.
    E is for Eris, the first Vorta ever encountered by a citizen of the Federation.
    F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation.
    G is for Gowron, Chancellor of the Klingon High Council from 2367 until his death in combat at the hands of Lieutenant Commander Worf eight years later.
    H is for Homework. What the Enterprise engineers frequently reminded Wesley Crusher he had to complete, to get him out of the engineering area so they can actually work.
    I is for I.K.S. Gr'oth, the Klingon D7 battle cruiser that visited Deep Space Station K-7. It was commanded by Captain Koloth.
    J is for Jonathan Archer. Beagle aficionado.
    K is for Kira Nerys, first a major then a colonel in the Bajoran militia and second-in-command aboard station Deep Space 9.
    L is for Lantree.
    M is for Mugat.
    N is for Nelvana III.
    O is for Ocampa. For them, a week is a long term commitment.
    P is for Phase cannons.
    Q is for Quasar-like phenomena.
    R is for Radar, the 20th century American military version of which detected the Enterprise 1701 high in Earth's atmosphere in July of 1969.
    S is for Sarek of Vulcan. The real reason he pursued a Human mate was because his Aunt T'Pol told him how much fun Humans were. That's right. All Vulcans know each other and are probably related.
    T is for Tellar Prime.