Worst example of Voyager ruining an opportunity to return home

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by The Overlord, Jul 20, 2013.

  1. Guy Gardener

    Guy Gardener Fleet Admiral Admiral

    Apr 15, 2000
    In the lap of squalor I assure you.
    Would Janeway have diffused the Dominion War, made it a hundred times worse or had zero effect on DS9 entirely?

    Besides, if the Val Jean was still taken (And Voyager wasn't.) that would have meant that Janeway not only failed in her mission but that she lost Tuvok. You can lose all the 20 year old human Ensigns you want and nothing, but if you "misplace" to death a hundred year old Vulcan Lt Commander... If you don't lose your ship for gross negligence, then surely the Admiralty is going to have zip confidence in your style and you're allotted with bullshit unimportant nowhere assignments for the rest of your career like guarding latrines.
  2. Enow

    Enow Lieutenant Red Shirt

    Aug 13, 2013
    True. With the Maquis all dead upon returning, surely the former Maquis members of Voyager would take up the mantle again or at the very least, there would be a fierce debate about it so that the Starfleet members of Voyager may very well wish they were back in the Delta Quadrant.
  3. KaraBear

    KaraBear Captain Captain

    Jul 22, 2013
    in the novels I liked some aspects of the crew coming home. You had the people in the Alpha quadrant who were like you guys had it easy, you didn't go through the Dominion war. And then Voyager crew who were like no YOU had it easy, we were alone always facing new dangers without starfleet for help
  4. R. Star

    R. Star Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

    Jun 15, 2012
    Well you can argue if getting stabbed with a knife or smashed with a hammer hurts more... needless to say neither were very good.