Discussion in 'Future of Trek' started by NewHeavensNewEarth, Feb 6, 2020.
OR...we forget that Inhumans ever happened, and never speak of it again.
If they wanted they could bring back Anson Mount and the Big Dog and pretend all the rest never happened. I would be cool with that.
I'd be cool with Anson Mount returning as Black Bolt, but not with them pretending it never happened. They made it, they must live with it.
Swan's working on Coroner for CBC in Toronto, Mount works on SNW there, and they're both comfortable with that city to varying degrees. Plus, it leverages the chances for an Alpha Flight movie eventually happening...but again, we digress.
YOU WILL FORGET ALL YOU HAVE WATCHED.
TO REMEMBER ANY PORTION OF IT, ANY SCENE, WILL CAUSE YOU PAIN. TERRIBLE PAIN, GROWING MORE TERRIBLE AS YOU FIGHT TO REMEMBER.
Not necessarily. I think the systems circled in green are probably more important to whatever that scene is.
The Talarian republic was also on DSC maps but was never important.
There were LOTS of star systems and most with recognizable names shown on the Stellar Cartography map in GEN but none of them were important to the story except for the Veridian system. That map just confirms that the Federation knew of the Talarians as early as circa 2259.
From Discovery, we know they just use the Star Trek Star Charts from 2002 without changes, so eagle-eyed viewers saw out-of-time stuff like "Path of NCC-1701-A in 2289" during the Federation/Klingon war decades before, I'm sure the Strange New Worlds maps, like those in Picard and Discovery season 3 are based on the same with only minimal changes.
Picard used the updated maps from Stellar Cartography. Clancy’s map had systems on it introduced in DSC.
That's kind of how I feel about the first season of Discovery.
Or, just saying, the green circles could mean everything with them is alright, no issues to address there.
Hmh? Since amber glow is the default OK color in the 3280s, and blue in the 2250s, green probably means "We're dooooooomed!".
Good thing Pike has all those awards from the Cardassians. He and the Union must get along great.
SF doesn't either, since they're going through a weird period from c. 2254 to c. 2278 of experimenting with multiple conflicting uniform designs. Nothing as long lasting and universal as the Federation Blues until the Monster Maroons.
We know the Discovery-style uniforms are already in use by 2249 and possibly a couple of years earlier if the Saru Short Trek where he meets Georgiou for the first time is a firm canonical date. The Kelvin-style pullover shirts with belts were in use in 2233 and we don't know for sure when those were retired, but that allows for the Discovery-style zipper tunics to be used for perhaps over a decade.
2239, in the Saru Short Trek, which is why I said the Federation Blues were in use for decades (2239-2258, minimum), second only to the Monster Maroons (2278-2349, minimum), longer than any other uniform design, I believe.
Yeah, that would outlast the TNG Season 1 and 2 uniform design which lasted from 2350 until 2366 or 2367 if we count background officers and extras.
Every ship, station, outpost etc in modern Trek has it's own uniform and insignia now.
I'm hoping we'll still see Nicola, Mann, Colt and Amin still make recurring appearances on the show.
Yeoman or even a promoted Colt would be great to see.
Actually, show both Colts
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