The TNG Quiz

Discussion in 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' started by Gaius, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. T'Girl

    T'Girl Vice Admiral Admiral

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    In Cause & Effect, the explosion originated in the starboard nacelle, and not the warp core. Although the destruction likely spread to the core after the initial explosion.

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  2. Vanyel

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    Contagion could be added, but the Warp core was not effected yet, like the Warbirds was.

    It did.

    I have:
    Heart of Glory - Klingon holding disruptor to the warp core.
    The High Ground - Explosive placed on warp core.
    Yesterday's Enterprise - Loss of anti-matter containment do to damage to cooling system caused in battle.
    Hollow Pursuits - Warp Core injectors stuck.
    Disaster - Nearly lost anti-matter containment due to system failures.
    Cause and Effect - Loss of anti-matter containment due to massive damage to warp nacelle..
    True Q - Q causes warp core breach.
    Timescape - Aliens using feedback loop on power relay.
    Parallels - Borg infested Enterprise suffers warp core breach.
    All Good Things... - Loss of anti-matter containment due to interference from the anomaly.
     
  3. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    Ahh... Now I think I'm getting it...

    Then we must add another one, The Drumhead, because a dilithium chamber hatch explodes, & a saboteur is suspected of trying to destroy the Enterprise

    It started with the destruction of the U.S.S. Yamato, which had a cataclysmic containment failure as a result of a system infection that the ENT-D eventually got contaminated with, therefore, the threat existed that the Ent-D could have the same thing happen to them ;)


    My newly amended list :lol:

    Contagion - Ent-D suffers similar systems failures that eventually brought about the destruction of the U.S.S. Yamato
    Heart of Glory - Klingon holding disruptor to the warp core.
    The High Ground - Explosive placed on warp core.
    Yesterday's Enterprise - Loss of anti-matter containment do to damage to cooling system caused in battle.
    Hollow Pursuits - Warp Core injectors stuck.
    Disaster - Nearly lost anti-matter containment due to system failures.
    The Drumhead - Dilithium chamber hatch explodes from undetected metal fatigue in the hatch cover (A saboteur is suspected)
    Cause and Effect - Loss of anti-matter containment due to massive damage to warp nacelle..
    True Q - Q causes warp core breach.
    Timescape - Aliens using feedback loop on power relay.
    Parallels - Borg infested Enterprise suffers warp core breach.
    All Good Things... - Loss of anti-matter containment due to interference from the anomaly.

    Bah... I give up :guffaw:
     
  4. Vanyel

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    Good job, and I bow to your logic. However, we both missed one, The Next Phase.

    So List V2.1 is:
    Contagion - Enterprise suffers similar systems failures that eventually brought about the destruction of the U.S.S. Yamato
    Heart of Glory - Klingon holding disruptor to the warp core.
    The High Ground - Explosive placed on warp core.
    Yesterday's Enterprise - Loss of anti-matter containment do to damage to cooling system caused in battle.
    Hollow Pursuits - Warp Core injectors stuck.
    Disaster - Nearly lost anti-matter containment due to system failures.
    The Drumhead - Dilithium chamber hatch explodes from undetected metal fatigue in the hatch cover (A saboteur is suspected)
    Cause and Effect - Loss of anti-matter containment due to massive damage to warp nacelle.
    The Next Phase - Romulans set up a breach timed to go off once the Enterprise goes to warp.
    True Q - Q causes warp core breach.
    Timescape - Aliens using feedback loop on power relay.
    Parallels - Borg infested Enterprise suffers warp core breach.
    All Good Things... - Loss of anti-matter containment due to interference from the anomaly.

    That should be it.

    Mojochi, I believe the next question is yours to ask.
     
  5. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    Yeah, I guess that one counts too. lol

    Ok then

    How many musical compositions does Data have the ability to simultaneously distinguish? (As in he's able to listen to them all at once & differentiate between them)
     
  6. Vanyel

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    If we take Cause and Effect into account he should be able to distinguish hundreds or more. But your answer is over 150.
     
  7. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    Well, distinguishing voices would be less difficult than distinguishing entire compositions... but you're right with 150
     
  8. Vanyel

    Vanyel The Imperious Leader Premium Member

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    According to Geordi, what is the definition of 'Captain'?
     
  9. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    Short definition? "Wants the impossible"
     
  10. Vanyel

    Vanyel The Imperious Leader Premium Member

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    Correct-amundo.

    Your turn.
     
  11. Mojochi

    Mojochi Commodore Commodore

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    What classical music composer brought a tear to Vulcan Ambassador Sarek's eye?
     
  12. Gaius

    Gaius Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    It was Mozart, I believe.

    Name the episode where Riker loses his communicator.
     
  13. Alrik

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    I think it was First Contact, yes?
     
  14. Mojochi

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    It actually wasn't Mozart, though it's presented as such
     
  15. Tosk

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    It was actually Brahms, wasn't it? A great piece either way. :)
     
  16. Mojochi

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    Yes! It was! You are a very deserving winner! It's a tough one
     
  17. Gaius

    Gaius Lieutenant Junior Grade Red Shirt

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    I don't remember that episode, but I thought of the first scene of The Game.
     
  18. doubleohfive

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    Either would work. Riker didn't have any of his gear in "First Contact" and Etana Jol throws his communicator out the window of their hotel suite on Risa at the beginning of "The Game."
     
  19. Alrik

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    ^

    Close. In First Contact only his communicator was missing, but he did still have his phaser. Remember Krola tried to frame Riker by shooting himself with it. I don't know if he would have had a tricorder or anything else with him considering he was posing as a native inhabitant. In The Game, it wasn't really lost. All he had to do was look outside the window for it.
     
  20. doubleohfive

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    For most of that episode, Riker didn't have his phaser. The Malcorians did. That's all I meant by "not having his gear."

    As for The Game, well, there were obviously better things for him to be doing at that moment than go hunting for his comm badge.