Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by King Daniel Beyond, Jul 20, 2019.
Does the rest of your ka-tet post here?
I'm sworn to secrecy.
Oh, the canon violations this would cause...
I like it!
Again, my favorite idea is Star Trek: Left Behind. Have the mainstream of the Federation inexplicably ascended into the sort of ineffable energy beings common in the Trekverse, with just scattered splinter colonies, weird god-tech, and self-aware AI beings left in its wake.
You can go 1000 years into the past and find a guys named "William"and "Harold" .
Why exactly do we assume Book is from the future?
Book 'em, Danno.
In the Beta Quadrant?
It depends on where he is from and his family's origins.
Why not? My name is Anglicized Hebrew. I've never been to England or Israel.
For all we know Cleveland will be the breakout character of the season. This time next year, we'll have threads asking, "Why can't we have a Cleveland Series?" Star Trek: Cleveland.
Take the wheel, Jesus.
My name is French and German. I have limited German ancestry though.
Names are weird.
Already did that, a couple of times.
Her first name was Dyan.
(it was a very interesting weekend)
(though to be honest, at the time, I had no idea who she really was)
Not to mention no shortage of Aarons of all kinds, which is what, a 3000+ year old name?
Won't there have been a bunch of humans from the US hanging about in the Beta Quadrant for 1000 years by the time Discovery gets back there again?
No, Star Trek: Book. It's quite novel.
Google is fast "Spock's Shorts" didn't take long.
That one time, a guy from the past went into the future and the first person he meets is named Tiberius.
The future already has a Book.
It could be Cleveland is his given name, or family name, and Booker is an occupational name, in this case meaning he is involved in maintaining old books or in some other scribal type function.
Separate names with a comma.