Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Vger23, Jan 19, 2019.
Maybe it's Q having a bit of 23rd century fun.
The Red Angel is Tuvix with the help of Kes.
Ehhh, I don't feel like the producers would be willing to share something so major from their show.
Zathras says, not the one.
Well, also from this episode I think possibly...
Kelpians from the future.
At least the Anti-Preservers. Maybe like the Cherons, there's two sides and in this case, one really is kinda bad.
This almost seems plausible, given the insistence from production that all the problems on Discovery will eventually make sense and be justified.
I really do hope the Red Angel turns out to be something alien and unknown rather than someone or something we know, because I want a new story, not a story that wraps back around on itself.
I am dreading the possibility that this is a set-up for Georgiou's missions on her show, but if it's an existing character Burnham is the most obvious choice due to her role as primary protagonist. Lorca would be hilariously silly. Spock would just be way too... much.
Having been watching the episodes closely and paying attention to the details in the sightings we've had so far, I'm now fairly certain that the red angels are
I'm afraid I never finished watching Andromeda past the point it went off the rails, so I'm not sure what you mean by this. Are you suggesting her as a comparison to Burnham, or jokingly as a possible literal option for the Red Angels?
Spoiler: latest episode
The Red Angels are really just one guy, in a time travelling Iron Man suit.
That's what King Daniels comment reminded me of. Trance was an avatar for a sun and was playing with space and time and such.
We don't know that - we know that they wear a suit but it could be multiple people wearing the suits.
I started having flashbacks to Future Guy when they mentioned Red Angel could be from the future being as they're so powerful.
Not good flashbacks mind.
I don't know. Maybe The Red Angel is Spock.
So I don't have an answer for this yet, but between the tachyon comment in the previous episode and the Red Angel being a (female?) humanoid in a space suit in this episode, it sure seems like they have jettisoned the whole science vs. faith thing a bit. Or at least, decided to walk back the whole "maybe it is God" theme.
Maybe it's God in a space suit
"BRING THE SUIT CLOSER!"
"...Excuse me. I'd just like to ask a question. What does God-"
"AND TUCK IT IN A BIT AROUND THE WAIST. MUST LOOK GOOD IN MY NEXT APPEARANCE. STRIKE THAT. MUST LOOK DIVINE! BUT BE HONEST. DOES IT MAKE MY BEARD LOOK SMALL?"
"...Never mind, Sir."
Woman. And I think we all know what her name is.
Separate names with a comma.