Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by NovaStar, Apr 22, 2019.
Doc Holliday makes me Earp...I mean burp. Sorry, but it’s not any cowboy.
#1 I guess you got my point
#2 That had to hurt
#3 John Wayne and Clint Eastwood would be proud of him
#4 That’s more than six
Lt.Fred Grant from Friday's Child and that Kligat had to hurt I'm ruddy sure!!!
Klingons and Kligats can be hazardous to your health, but no that’s not the right mystery character.
Laying down on the job, eh?
Phase has a good idea about a gun.
The Black Knight from Shore Leave?
1. The knight charges McCoy with his lance.
2. Lance through McCoy's chest must be painful.
3. Knight "shot off his horse" stunt.
4. Kirk shoots him 3 times with the 6-shot revolver gun Sulu found and had already shot 4 times.
5. He's dead, Jim.
Henoch earns himself an extended visit to the shore leave planet.
Yes, more or less that’s what the meaning of the clues were. You’re up....
1st Clue: An Enabler to Murder.
1st dumb thought in my head says....
Redjac from Wolf in the Fold
Redjac was not the enabler, rather the murderer itself.
2nd Clue: An Incompetent Murderer-to-be.
Hmmmmm....I’m stuck on Wolf in the Fold.
Maybe The voice of Piglet....I mean Mr. Hengist.
I'm going to take a chance and say it is your namesake "Henoch".
He enabled Nurse Chapel to kill, and would have killed Spock and others directly, but failed due to incompetence, as demonstrated in underestimating Sargon's power.
Best forget Wolf in the Fold, @Spock's Barber.
@Steven P Bastien has the right idea, but the wrong character. The only reason I failed to kill Sargon was that I didn't do it myself. Lackeys are so undependable.
3rd Clue: A Quack.
Wild, Wild Guess...
Lenore from Conscience of the King
She may have been a strange duck, but she's not the character. Her first slip up didn't occur until Riley; up to that point, she was batting a thousand.
That green girl, Marta, from Whom Gods Destroy seems like she could be the one...at least before Garth blew her into 20,000,000 pieces.
Thalassa from Return To Tomorrow?
I think I have it. Salish from "The Paradise Syndrome"
1. He enables murder by goading the tribe to stone Kirk and Miramanee, who kill Miramanee
2. He is an incompetent murderer to be because he tries to kill Kirk with a knife and fails
3. And as a medicine man, he is a quack by any modern standard.
Only Henoch and God know the answer, and both of them are offline right now.
Agh! Nice job, Henoch, you, you, you globe-dwelling entity. I read the "more than six" clue several times and thought of the revolver in SL but decided the clues didn't fit McCoy. I never thought about it being the Black Knight, though!
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