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  1. Hey, don't blame me! I didn't make the movies! 😂
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  2. Hi, you can call me Cecil. I live in Utah. I found this place quite a while back because I was mindlessly looking at the various alien races that were in Star Trek just because it was on my mind at the time, accidentally found some of the wiki pages in the process and ended up on the site. Took me a while to psych myself into trying it out because I'd been writing and roleplaying in other places for a while and was a little afraid of trying something new. Especially since I'm not as knowledgable in the realm of Star Trek, even though I like it. But I'm glad I finally decided to go for it,
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  3. There are so many good choices, but I've got to go with the classic WoK soundtrack as my favorite. TMP's soundtrack is a close second, especially because some of the themes that debuted in that movie continued to be used, at least in snippets, through the TNG movies. But for me, nearly every second of music in WoK perfectly represents the scene.
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  4. Greetings and salutations, I am Jos, from the Netherlands. Love Star Trek, love D&D, love fantasy, love cooking... love my wife 🙂 Love far too much really. In daily life I'm in I.T., but currently 'in between jobs'
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  5. We’re here with another interview with a newer member of our community. The title of this column is “Lower Decks,” hearkening back to the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode titled “Lower Decks,” in which junior officers aboard the Enterprise-D speculate on the reasons for recent unusual actions taken by the command crew near the Cardassian border. This month’s interview is with the writer behind Ensign Beelam Grog playing a Trill female medical officer assigned to the USS Montreal. GALVEN: I appreciate you for accepting my Interview! Could you tell us a little bit about yourself for our
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  6. The first thing Joan Basilone noticed, as she made her way through the Promenade of Starbase 118, was just how short everyone was. Not that Joan towered over anybody. At a hundred and sixty centimeters, most of the sentient beings she had ever met were still taller than her. But she had grown up with four brothers who were all more than two meters tall. Add to that fact that most of her brothers' friends played on the same Epa'ani club as her brothers (and thus were quite sizable themselves), and it was understandable that Joan didn't feel quite as...Lilliputian...when she was away from t
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