Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Caprica_Six, Apr 16, 2005.
I started reading the Voy novels this summer because I heard a horrid rumor about the death of a FANTASTIC Captain... and nearly died myself when I discovered it was true. :-( So now I'm on a pilgrimage to Voyager websites, seeking like minded fans who will remind me of the eternal Roddenbury truth. "Novels are NOT canon!" Hi all !
Welcome. Ironically enough it was my anger over "Endgame" that got me posting here and now look what happened! Enjoy your time here but beware of Romulans bearing green drinks!
[QUOTE was my anger over "Endgame" that got me posting here and now look what happened! Enjoy your time here but beware of Romulans bearing green drinks![/QUOTE]
Anger over Endgame? Can I assume you aren't a fan of C/7? Thanks for the welcome, and the warning!
There's a Janeway Lives Campaign elsewhere on the net & also a Story Challenge if you are interested, KJ forever!
You assume correctly!
Is that the "write a resurrection" story challenge? Since I refuse to believe the character could have been eaten by a wall, then I can't write her resurrection. Now, if the challenge allowed you to ignore her death completely... THAT story challenge I would be willing to take on.
J/C "To infinity, and beyond!".
Well, I didn't want to believe it either, but unfortunately it's in print & on the record, altho not-canon, so I was happy to take comfort in the wonderful stories of the Janeway Lives writers (and any great reunions w/ Chakotay, excellent), and the fellowship of those other pro-KJ writers. Also, still love the stories of those who do not recognize that rather sad universe, of course. Either way, Janeway lives, hooray! GS
Either way, Janeway lives, hooray! You betcha!!!!!
Hiyas to all-and aren't they INDEED welcome-new STV fans! Janeway does rule, and glad I can say it here without fear of a torpedo up my impulse vent!LOL! Thankfully we STV fan-writers are not constrained, even BY canon, if we so wish. I never have been, especially where a certain Ocampa is concerned. May we all keep the Voyager fan flame alive....
Hi! Just popping in to say hello - I'm new to the site, but not new to Voyager. I'm from England.
My older daughter was born on the very day the first episode of Voyager aired - 16 January 1995, so I can never forget it! Although, I think I have a fairly good excuse for not watching that day!
Anyway, I'm looking forward to meeting you and posting here.
^ Welcome and we'll let you off the hook for missing the pilot.
You are forgiven-but, otherwise, we may have insisted that as punishment you eat four bowls of leola root stew.Without a trip to Sickbay afterwards.LOL. Welcome to the devotees of our Delta Quadrant crew.
I'm watching for the first time, or rather having seen the first few episodes on airing and not interested at the time.
It's...er...similar so far.
But I will say one thing: probably one of the best Trek credits sequences/theme of the TNG era shows!
Greetings from Cologne, Germany.
I've been a big ST-fan for almost 15 years.
My favourite ST-series is DS9 but I love TNG and Voyager as well.
I've just re-watched Season 4 of Voyager on DVD.
IMO this season had a couple of great episodes (e.g. ''Scorpion, Part II'', ''Revulsion'', ''Year Of Hell'', ''Waking Moments'', ''Hunters''/''Prey'', ''Living Witness'', ''One'', ''Hope And Fear'').
^ Welcome to the Voyager forum.
I'm from Italy.
My favorite Star Trek series is Voyager!
But I like also DS9 and TNG.
Live long and prosper!
I'm new to these forums, but not to Star Trek, and certainly not to Voyager.
I am so glad I found an active, vocal Trek Fan site. I've been here for only an hour, but I'm loving it already.
Hope to hear more from everyone soon!
Welcome BorgLady. Please don't assimilate us!
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