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Use this for cross-dimension shitposting https://nerv.8ch.net/trek/trekgenrl/1701/strek/streak/startrek/furtrek

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f60f01  No.1614[Reply]

reminder that we're in the hunger games tonight at 8pm EDT

>>>/sudo/44368

if you p'toks aren't cheering, you'll be stripped of bloodwine for the next month

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4a9456  No.28467

>>28404

Only redshirts. Millions of them.




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77791a  No.2[Reply]

Accepting banners here

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8cb8ad  No.28597

>>28485

Kind of looks odd. Might need another try?




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2dc6be  No.18500[Reply]

>> Hail from Captain Pike sir

It's the Enterprise

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28e8c3  No.28668

>>28659

Now go ahead and tell me that racism and misogyny aren't real… we need this show more than ever!


b0667c  No.28669

>>28659

I'll get the popcorn.


4de9a0  No.28670

>>28669

Another thing that I've heard is that none of the series announced recently have been funded. They're waiting on the reception of the second season of STD.


b0667c  No.28671

>>28670

So suicide party?


4de9a0  No.28672

>>28671

I think we're getting closer to the end of Bad Robot. They have their hands in the CBS stuff too via Kurtzman company "Secret Hideout" created at the same time as Discovery. With the movie cancelled and JJ having issues finding investors, Episode 9 might be their last co-production.




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e0dc04  No.27902[Reply]

Previous thread is at bumplimit >>9811

And we have been far too long with the great comfort that is ship autism discussion.

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442215  No.28569

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18b59b  No.28593

The Pulse Phaser Cannons on the Defiant are retarded. That's all that needs said.


256786  No.28614

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Why aren't there more Cardassian Ships?


2dd7fc  No.28666

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A couple of days ago I stumbled across some pencil sketches that I'd done back during Comfy Ships Thread #1 of the Ranger and Hermes classes, so I decided to throw some color on them.

In the Ranger's case I tried to vary the shaping of its nacelles and engineering hull so that it would look more like its own ship instead of a jumbled-up Constitution.

The Hermes (and my own Original Ship Donut Steel, the Minerva-Class) typify my sort of "adjusted" TOS style, trying to preserve the spirit of TOS while modernizing it just a bit.


281a62  No.28667

File: 74c56c3f6015f95⋯.jpg (96.87 KB, 800x533, 800:533, reliantbridge.jpg)

>trying to preserve the spirit of TOS while modernizing it just a bit.

I've always been in the "fuck the cheap 60's models and cardboard sets, let's just act like that stuff had always looked like the movie refit style"




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0a6a5b  No.12334[Reply]

I want to get into a bit of Trek model-building. I've been looking around and it appears the most common scale commercially is 1:1000 with 1:1400 being seen a lot, too. I see a lot of 1400 ships that appear to be unavailable in 1:1000 scale so i'm looking hard at 1:1400. However, the Polar Lights 1:350 studio scale kits for Connie and Connie Refit look absolutely boss. They're just expensive as fuck (and that doesn't even include extras like lighting kits) - like $300 US. An additional cool thing about the 350's like the Polars is you can get a cheap Bird of Prey model in that same scale and have the classic film showdown in accurate size proportions for a marginal bit more time, effort, and cash. There is also 1:2500 scale mentioned on some forums but I haven't done enough reading to figure out what the significance is with something that small.

Another far-fetched idea I have in the back of my head is custom fabrication orders from China or 3D printing locally. It might be possible to group order or custom-make the various parts for Star Trek ships - bootleg style - and start our own kitbash club for way cheaper than the primo models. We could also do it in a more common scale like 1:1000 because a lot of people want quality models but not everybody wants them 3' long like the Polar Lights kits.

Also, miniatures and prop-replicas thread. Check the catalog for toys and merch thread.

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bbdf63  No.20363

Does anyone know if The Orville is getting a model kit anytime soon?


c1bc68  No.28656

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Oberth Class? More like COVERED IN SINK MARKS CLASS holy shit Polar Lights how are you still in business? If I didn't know that this kit was released just last year I would totally be willing to believe that it was one of the notoriously shoddy AMT/ERTL kits from the 90s. It took 5 or 6 thick, sloppy layers of liquid putty to fill the sink marks on the flat pallet section of the hull. This shit is unacceptable for a plastic injection kit released in CY+3.

I've even built a few Polar Lights kits in the past and none of them were particularly good, so I thought I knew what I was getting into, but this kit really is some amateur-hour stuff on the engineering side. If I didn't already have a fair bit of experience with how to fix these kinds of problems, I would be absolutely seething about this kit's quality. It's this kind of low-effort trash that can make a really bad first impression on newcomers to the world of model building.

The fact that I really want one of these cuties on my desk is the only reason I'm pushing forward with it. Had I known about all the problems with this kit before picking it up, I would've just bought one of those fucking Eaglemoss pre-finished models and done some touch-ups on it. Would've cost about the same and saved me all this hassle.


c4c360  No.28660

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>>28656

That's a Polar Lights? It looks tiny. What scale is it? I wanna know what to avoid


90d452  No.28663

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>>28656

What are sink marks? I've never made a model, but I'm interested.


c1bc68  No.28665

>>28660

It's 1/1000 scale, and is a little under 5 inches long (similar size to the Eaglemoss Oberth in your photo, I think?). It comes as part of a 2-pack with a Klingon Bird of Prey.

I'm pretty salty because the BoP seems to have received a lot more attention than the Oberth in its engineering and detailing. It's still got its share of blunders, though.

Also

>That itty bitty Micro Machines Oberth

I've got one of those floating around my home somewhere. Every time I stumble over a few of my old Micro Machines, I'm disappointed when none of them are the USS Grissom.

>>28663

Sink marks occur where plastic is molded relatively thick. The plastic contracts and "sinks" inward as it cools. Basically all of the gray patches in the WIP photo I posted (except for on the under-slung sensor pod) are areas where I had to fill visible depressions/sink marks. They molded the pallet section of the hull as a single thick piece, and so most of its flat surfaces had visible deformation.

Sink marks are a common thing in injection-molded plastic kits, but in a competently-engineered kit they're so small and shallow that they're practically imperceptible.




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8fb3fd  No.22723[Reply]

Production company Paramount is in talks with S.J. Clarkson to direct the fourth installment in the rebooted film series starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto.

Clarkson directed episodes from TV series including "Dexter," "Bates Motel" and "Orange is the New Black," as well as the Marvel-based series "Jessica Jones" and "The Defenders."

http://www.dw.com/en/star-trek-4-to-be-directed-by-a-woman-for-the-first-time-sj-clarkson/a-43563117

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ea5767  No.28642

>>28639

>Star Trek has become a niche

Here's the problem: Star Trek was always a niche. It got co-opted and became something different with The Big Bang Theory and the rise of the fake geek/FunkoPop crowd.


e93176  No.28650

>>28642

>Star Trek was always a niche

Not exactly. In the 1960s, after inital airing and syndication later through reruns, Star Trek was a highly popular series with all sorts of people. That's the reason why The Motion Picture got commissioned. In part, this was in response to Star Wars, but The Motion Picture in 1979 was a box office hit.

Gene Roddenberry's approach to The Next Generation, in particular avoiding TV networks for inital broadcast, was as as result of his poor experience with NBC, who first moved Star Trek from a Saturday night slot to a Friday night one, and resulted in him, D.C. Fontana and a number of other writers and producers leaving Star Trek in its 3rd season. With TNG not being on a TV network, Roddenberry had a much higher creative power over TNG, which arguably lead to the disaster which was Season 1. But since it wasn't on a TV network, TNG didn't get cancelled early on. The producers did the same tactic with DS9. Voyager was the return to network TV, I think with UPN which continued through to Enterprise. Voyager was highly popular with audiences, but it wasn't as well received in re-runs unlike the Original Series and TNG.

The thing is that Star Trek has been able to appeal to the mass market, but I think the mass market today is a lot different to the one which was around for both TOS and TNG, as well as DS9 and VOY. Enterprise was when Star Trek moved into much more of a niche audience, and the analysists point to franchise fatigue and the fact that the people who kept watching were Star Trek fans.

Hell, looking at the fan petitions and the protests which took place outside of the Paramount studios when Enterprise's cancellation was announced, it looked more like fans were the only people wanting it to stay. Meanwhile, the general population had moved on, and I think the likes of crime dramas (see: CSI, NCIS, Law and Order, etc) became the new flavour of the decade.

The Big Bang Theory did play a part of sort of reviving Star Trek. I actually enjoyed the first 2-3 season of TBBT, because it was a genuinely funny show back then, but it thePost too long. Click here to view the full text.


c937fe  No.28657

>>28639

Was Beyond really that much better? It felt like basically the same movie as the others, aka a blatant attempt to remake Wrath of Kahn.

>mentally unstable renegade with a tragic past has a vendetta against someone.

Maybe the chracters were a bit less memey and all, but I'm so tired of that plot.

What exactly makes Beyond stand out as being the best one? Because I'm struggling to think.


153a6f  No.28658

>>28650

I remember discussing with some friends as I was trying to determine the appeal of Funkos and why they're being sold everywhere, even when I have rarely if ever seen anyone actually buy one. We only came up with two reasons why they're everywhere. First is that they're super cheap to produce, and thus cheap to sell. This appeals to normies who want a figure of whatever pop culture thing they're into, especially if they want several. A passionate fan wouldn't see a problem with plunking down $50-100 on a high-quality figure, while normies would rather spend the same amount and get a bunch of shitty Funkos because quantity > quality to them.

The second reason is that their simplistic form factor makes it incredibly easy for Funko to pump out a bunch of figures for any property, from the main characters to side characters to background extras. Thus, Funkos are often the only way to get a figure if you're looking for something that's relatively obscure. And it's not like they're out that much money if something doesn't sell thanks to the economies of scale, so they can afford to throw everything at the wall regardless of if it sticks.

Beyond that, though, it's sad how you see those crappy dead-eyed figures literally everywhere. One can only pray it's just a fad.

>>28657

Admittedly, Beyond is not without its faults, the biggest being that it's yet another attempt to rehash Wrath of Khan as you said. But Beyond had its good points as well, the biggest being that all of the main cast were given time to shine, and it wasn't just Kirk and Spock Blow Things Up (also the others are here I guess). Splitting everyone up and giving each of them a story arc made for a more interesting movie.

It also had more of a sense of fun about it, rather than being faux-edgy like J.J.'s movies, and it dialed back on the REMEMBER STAR TREK references substantially. It still doesn't hold a candle to the earlier Trek films, but it was much more entertaining Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


e93176  No.28664

>>28657

>Was Beyond really that much better?

In my opinion, it was leagues better than the previous two films. The first one just went "what was their character in the Original Series? just set that to 11". The second one just had the character be bland, and in this one, the characters actually feel like they're humans……. even Spock (half-human).

>blatant attempt to remake Wrath of Kahn

I would disagree. Khan is a complicated character to bring up. Even if you think of the Space Seed and then the Star Trek II arc, the whole aspect was more that Khan wanted revenge against Kirk specifically for marooning him on Ceti Alpha V and indirectly leading to his (non-Augment) wife dying.

Star Trek Into Darkness was the most blatant of rehashes. "Hey look, it's literally Khan, only we made him a white English dude that the teenage girls love!" In that one, Khan just was evil because he was just evil. While his motivation was over his fellow Augments being kept in suspended animation and him thinking they had been killed, Khan had nothing specifically against Kirk…. or Spock….. or really anyone on the Enterprise. Instead, he just focussed his evil plan on John Frederick Paxton……. er….. I mean….. Admiral Markus (same actor, plus he doesn't even change his character).

Beyond had a guy who used to be a MACO, who later received a Starfleet commission once the UFP was founded. Most of his stuff was unclear, but he just developed a grudge against the Federation and Starfleet for "abandoning" him, even though Starfleet never actually knew where he and his crew disappeared to. I think he just went insane and then pledged to destroy the Federation…. Idris Elba was…. ok…. His acting was dull, but ultimately, he had the typical Trek villian issue which all the Trek films, except Wrath of Khan, suffer from. Well…. maybe except Nemesis.

I guess the writers didn't frame Krall just going mad well, so he just seemed to appear to want revenge on the Federation, when he was a paranoid soldier who never should haPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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cf42a0  No.28196[Reply]

Did Soong make Data have a bigger dick to give other people the impression he had that big of a dick or did he give Data a smaller dick so he can feel better about his own?

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fe0a78  No.28651

>>28476

>Reminder that the only thing Michael Eddington did wrong is lose.

Reminder that Eddington was a romantic and an egotist, and his over-inflated sense of self-importance led to his own death and the destruction of the Maquis.


e12b43  No.28653

>>28649

>You mean how a large part of the population basically boycotted the vote?

Come on, that's a bullshit answer. That's not how votes work.


cc2bd6  No.28654

>>28651

Chakotay would have been a better leader, but that's assuming the Maquis would even have the military hardware to actually survive the Dominion.

Also, it's worth pointing out that the Maquis would never have actually surviving a real war with the Federation. For the most part, the Federation and Starfleet predominantly just kept them in check. I don't think the Federation really cared enough about the Maquis' existence to actually do more than send a handful of ships and spies to stop them from doing much other than smuggling or hiding.

>>28653

And you'll know that the circumstances of that referendum were unusual.

I'm not going to voice much of an opinion on Catalonia, other than that Catalonia is still a province in the Spanish jurisdiction and that people continue to live their lives normally in Catalonia.


0a0047  No.28655

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>>28626

The Maquis didn't sign the official papers so that makes it okay to genocide them.


cc2bd6  No.28662

>>28655

1. The Federation didn't "genocide them", they just made their last hideout uninhabitable to humans, basically forcing the Maquis to leave the planet

2. The Dominion wiped them out

3. Because the Maquis were not an independent power with a unified government, they cannot commit acts of war, or declare war (and acts of war as well as declarations cannot be made against them).

4. The Maquis were planning to use biogenic weapons against Cardassia Prime, which was the main reason behind Starfleet chasing them down to their last hide-out.




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97e50b  No.25641[Reply]

Christina Hendricks as Beverly Crusher

y/n?

also this guy as Picard

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7c2c89  No.28183

>>26907

Do Romulans/Vulcans lactate? I doubt it's been established in the show, but I can see the Romulans losing/cutting the ability to lactate through their genetic overhaul (they can produce specialised infant nutrient broth easily enough to not need the natural stuff). The want to experiment with human breastmilk as a medical trial, looking to transfer human antibodies or installing a collection of modified human milkers on designated ships as a luxury/emergency food supply. In the first case a well travelled starfleet officer would have the best developed set of antibodies to pass on, and in the second case she could have been 'rescued' from a crashed or badly damaged federation ship. They'd probably consider running tests to find a way to maximise the subjects production both in quantity and quality.

How does that sound?


13d36a  No.28360

>>27143

>CIA as redshirt

>Dies first

Fits.

>>28183

You've put too much thought into this really anon.


9a48b6  No.28628

Justin Bieber as Wesley Crusher.


c450d6  No.28652

>>25654

Wesley would be retconned out of the series completely.

he died of acute testicular torsion in infancy. Beverly considers it her single biggest failure.

Tasha Yar is cast by Rhonda Rousey, and she doesn't die or get captured by romulans to be their halfbreed broodmare. she plays bigger roles in the crew and we explore the troubles of her planet in more detail.


837691  No.28661

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>>28360

>You've put too much thought into this really anon.

It's not real yet, therefore I clearly haven't thought about this nearly enough.




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cbe3f9  No.28328[Reply]

YOU WILL ACCEPT THE FEDERATION OR I WILL KILL YOU

Terra Prime did nothing wrong.

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d2fa43  No.28634

>>28633

Actually DS9 cast for the most part did.


7eec10  No.28641

>>28634

If you mean outside of Trek, then not really.

Most of the actors in DS9 just went into obscurity and into theatre.

Armin Shimmerman became popular for voice acting though. His career basically boomed afterwards, mostly because he can do a great variety of voices, and can get into character pretty quickly.

Voyager's cast had more people go onto other things. Kate Mulgrew went on to do a few different TV dramas before becoming famous again in the Netflix series, "Orange is the New Black". Jeri Ryan went on to do a few TV dramas before making her way into US crime dramas, including Body of Proof. Robert Picardo did a few things, including Stargate Atlantis. Connor Trinneer from Enterprise would also appear in Stargate Atlantis as well as another Stargate series. John Billingsley from Enterprise would also appear in another sci-fi with a co-star from Enterprise, Seth McFarlane, but that's the Orville…. Speaking of Enterprise, Scott Bakula went on to star in NCIS: New Orleans, but his time in sci-fi basically ended.


5af313  No.28644

>>28641

You kidding right?

Rene Auberjonois went on to do loads of things and semi-retired to do voice acting.

Alexander Siddig has done loads of shows as well, including 24, Peaky Blinders, Gotham. None of which are obscure.

Colm Meaney has done loads of films albeit they are mostly European, but they are not that obscure.


7eec10  No.28646

>>28644

Siddig has been someone who has remained mostly out of my popular culture radar, so to speak. That might be because I haven't watched regular television in 2 years, or because I don't live in the US.

Colm Meaney is someone I now know more for politics than I do most of his acting. Con Air was the last major US film I remember him being in. He was also in a film produced by the BBC, "Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa", which was based on a British sitcom. Oh, and he was also in a film, "The Journey" which was based on the Northern Irish peace process.

Colm Meaney is someone who unironically appears relatively often enough in politics where I live, since he is a Sinn Féin party member, and has been doing stuff again and again about Irish unification.


6ef172  No.28648

I sure want to accept that Big Vulcan Cock




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a09b63  No.26093[Reply]

The best Star Trek film ever made is The Voyage Home. Fight me.

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67f056  No.28564

>>26404

I would watch the he'll out of that.

Hell, I'd sign a petition and donate to a slush fund to get that shit going


0cecbc  No.28592

>>28563

Well it could be worse. Imagine being the guy that has to clean the toilets after the Bolians use them?


b3f810  No.28616

>>28563

You joke but that sounds like it would make a comfy sitcom.


19e4c8  No.28632

>>28563

>special needs pakled

Special needs by pakled standards? Yikes.


6c51df  No.28636

>>28632

He could still outwit Riker any day.




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26b527  No.26796[Reply]

Title says it all.

I can't even say how much this angers me.

It's not that they fuck our beloved series (I'll spare you from list it all but you know what I mean), they also take away from us these small bits we even create on our own as fans.

Same as with the fan film production.

Really…fuck them.

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b8a02f  No.27007

>>26796

Almost makes me think we need to target more autism at cbs.

>>26962

It's just camoflage for lesser races encounters, like some WWII ships.

What a beautiful reproduction. RIP.


c3aba2  No.27018

>>26958

ty

turns out I already had the latest build but thanks for preserving art in the face of madness

fuck fuck fuck CBS


726a92  No.27061

>>26958

Thanks m8


f1eb9a  No.27062

>>26988

I don't see what the difference is, didn't even notice it had windows until season 3.


bf5790  No.28625

So did anyone save this before it was shut down?




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413aa2  No.28217[Reply]

Thread in which /strek/ celebrates the return of the greatest currently-running Star Trek series for it's second season.

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e7a737  No.28605

Do you think they will introduce slug creatures that have a fetish for using lolis as flesh condoms?


56009e  No.28606

>>28605

Ezrifags need to leave.


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81b7a7  No.28623

I didn't like it. It was the same story that's been in a thousand other TV shows: character wants affirmation from rich parents who were somewhat pushy and never encouraged character's interests, character does thing that makes parents realise their career choice was valid, bonding occurs. It was dull and predictable.

Plus it was weird that Alara and her dad had that big make-up scene not one minute after she finished shooting Phlox. Do her parents not have any reaction to the fact that their daughter just killed two people? Actually that should have been the whole episode: Alara does some security thing on her home planet, her parents are horrified to see her shooting people, and then she has to win them over and convince them that she does an important job and is not just a murderer.

The ending was dumb too. Oh, my parents finally accept my career after years of disdain? Guess I'd better quit my job now.


f153c6  No.28624

>>28623

I think you're right. This episode would have been great if it focused on that.




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e7764c  No.75[Reply]

post a better girl than vash

pro tip: you can't

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8e128e  No.28580

>>28362

Would make for some very weird politics, on personal and public level. Add sapient intelligence and long-term thinking to these complex breeding habits, and you are going to end up with strange and complicated behaviour to maximize both personal pleasure and other gain. Any society more complicated than absolutely simplest hunter-gatherers would need means to get rid of the excess betas or at least to keep them occupied, even if their sexual drive was naturally suppressed outside power struggles to choose the new alpha.

>Does that make it gay?

Absolutely, but if fucking your bro-turned-into-the-matriarch is required to continue both of your lines, what can you do?


349238  No.28594

>>28579

That's pretty gay anon.


1d8bfd  No.28599

What the fuck, two years of posts and only two Crusher images? There's something seriously wrong with you guys.

Fine, keep her pure for me.


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>>28599

>wanting Jack Crusher's sloppy seconds

>Wanting a Scottish ghost's sloppy thirds


7cead5  No.28613

>>28599

>Keep Crusher pure

We know we meme'd Wesley is a girl but come on anon, why would you fuck it?




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18c95f  No.28331[Reply]

Hello, /strek/ I made a very short Porn """game""" on rpgmaker about lt. Barclay because I like him a lot. You can play it here:

https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/722330

You just need to talk and activate a couple consoles, touching them is enough. The objective is to fug the hologram, after that is over. Hope it will amuse you a bit at least.

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705177  No.28596

>>28559

I kind of just noticed how much Ensign Pretty reminds me a bit of Alara out The Orville.


cbcab7  No.28602

>>28559

>Data's Mom

<Data, I'm um, really sorry about that. I uh, didn't know you were coming home

<May I ask you a question, Lieutenant Barclay?

<I uh, I guess?

<Lieutenant, when you were…making love…to my mother, did you find that she was an attentive, good lover?

<Ummmm…I, I, I uh, guess yes, yes, sir

<Did she spit on your penis?

<wha-uh, what?

<I have been running simulations of my mother having sex with Dr Soongh, in an effort to better understand human reluctance to envision their parents engaging in reproduction. Based on my simulation, I believe that despite her outward appearance as a scholar and intellectual, she would desire to appear, 'dirty' and 'aggressive' when performing oral sex. To that end, I forecast a 76% chance she spit on your genitals before attempting to put your testicles on her uvula.

<w-w-w-w-we didn't um didn't do anything um, oral.

<Oh. I see. When you were penetrating her, did you put it, as they say, in the pink, or in the sti-

<I really must be going, commander, um…it's um, it's very cold in this hallway and I'm um…

<Oh right, you are still naked. I will continue the discussion with Dr. Tainer, and write the notes in my log. Dismissed.

<T-thank you sir.


faca25  No.28603

>>28602

MAKE IT SO


c056a7  No.28607

>>28602

Weird thing is I can see this as canon.


539b58  No.28611

>>28607

I think it is.




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9dccd4  No.28487

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>>28486

We already got this, twice. With the latter letting you port ships into Dominon Wars and use them.


05e9b2  No.28495

>>28487

Just combine it with bridge commander and you've got the perfect /strek/ starship command game. though I guess STBC arguably already has that ship creation aspect if you're a competent modder.


5e039c  No.28537

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I just want a Deus Ex style game where you play Garak in his Obsidian Order days.


78e05b  No.28608

And I thought the base building mobile game was bad.

Hell, even Timelines and Trexels are better than this cash-in.


1aba01  No.28609

>>28608

It's about to get a lot worse.




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