Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by pst, Jan 9, 2020.
The 2nd and 3rd circled ships from the left appear to be some variety of Bird of Prey.
I believe that settles it. It looks like the Narada had both.
I think those were meant to be just funny easter eggs like R2-D2 and Millennium Falcon, not something to be taken seriously.
That's it! Thank you
I think there was a quick edit while I was replying.
R2-D2 and a Millennium Falcon, yes. But how is a T'Planna Hath or Bird of Prey funny?
They're just in jokes for fans. T'Planna Hath in particular wouldn't make any sense being there. (Not that much in that film did.)
It's only important because...
I was searching for old screengrabs in threads from waaaaaay back, and my search turned up yours. I reposted it not realising it was minutes old and not years
Doesn’t look like anything to me
I see them. Helps to click to enlarge the pic.
Oh I see them. They just don’t look like anything to me
Is the circled object on the far left a D-7 forward hull?
ETA: NM, looks like another copy of the Vulcan ship.
Yeah, the Narada was enormous but not THAT enormous. The TOS Bird-of-Prey is a good 150 or so meters long. That would mean the Narada was closer in size to the V'Ger ship and as big as she is in the movie - she's not anywhere close to that big.
They're Nero's Eaglemoss collection.
Dude was even more corrupted than we thought.
Sorry man I just don't see it. I think they are just landing pads/walkways and the roof.
They're Ent-era Bird of Prey's. The nacelles give it away.
That's why he's pissed. The bulk of his collection was on Romulus. In mint condition!!!!!!
As everyone says over and over in the Discoprise thread, was the size of the BoP ever established on-screen? Because it's probably as flexible as the Klingon version. The 1977 (and entirely unofficial) blueprints by the late Michael McMaster put the size as 68m.
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