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Discussion in 'Star Trek: Discovery' started by Finn, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. Ovation

    Ovation Vice Admiral Admiral

    Good stories.
    Interesting characters.
    Cutting edge production values.
    Quality actors.
    Challenges to my expectations.
     
  2. saddestmoon

    saddestmoon Captain Captain

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    I'm kinda interested to see if any of the leaked concept art (Klingon Sarcophagus ship?) is actually in the series, and if so, what the finished product / starship actually looks like.

    Colour me intrigued...
     
  3. ELURIA

    ELURIA Captain Captain

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    Ancestor relatives of Picard, Soong, Decker, Duras and Riker
    Revisiting (or is that previsiting?) TOS locations
    A retcon canon fix for Trip Tucker
    Admiral Jonathan Archer
    T'Pol
    Phlox or other Denobulans
    Shran
    Dax
    Section 31
    Cunning smooth headed Klingons
    No technobabble
    No reset button

    And an ending where the cast gets new Starfleet uniforms and they're in the style of The Cage/Where No Man Has Gone Before as the TOS fanfare is heard in the background
     
  4. skip bittman

    skip bittman Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Like everyone else, mainly I want amazing stories. That's a given.

    Personally I'd prefer tasteful and LIMITED use of CGI so it doesn't instantly date as much, a cast that develops great chemistry over the course of the run and not three years from now, and for the first season arc to REALLY click and justify the format and get us frothing at the mouth for season two.

    The tech stuff is a big shrug. I don't care about too much continuity porn, just bringing back Prime and telling interesting stories in an unexplored corner of it is enough! I don't really need to see any familiar names back,

    I don't mind time travel, and I wouldn't mind a riff on modern AR/VR/gaming via a prototype early holodeck or something. More social commentary, more progressive heart, Bryan Fuller unchained with wise Nick Meyer cynicism to give it some bite...and his brand of tense sub warfare like battles!