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5-10-2009 @ 2:09PM
Surprised that there is no Kirk or Picard references ingame.
5-10-2009 @ 7:16PM
Not having Kirk or Picard references in WoW is nothing compared to the fact that there are absolutely ZERO references to Star Trek: Voyager. Boo hoo, the captains of TNG and TOS don't make any cameos... They left out an entire series of Star Trek! They have Enterprise (the worst Star Trek series) references, but they completely ignore Voyager, arguably the best series? I don't think so. The least they could have done was have some robots named Six of Nine or something. At least that way even non-Trekies could laugh at something.
5-10-2009 @ 7:36PM
@Kvothe: Keep reading the comments, hm? There's at least one Voyager reference missed by this post.
5-10-2009 @ 7:50PM
Ok, you're right. There is one Voyager reference in WoW. I didn't know it, and true, I did not read all of the comments. My fault.
5-10-2009 @ 9:44PM
@Kvothe,I think i seen one for Tuvac out in Outland or NR...i can't really remember. Anyways, it could be Tuvac or Tupac...lol
5-11-2009 @ 12:51PM
Someone who thinks Voyager was better than Enterprise. Now I've seen everything.
5-11-2009 @ 4:15PM
I have a screenshot somewhere from alpha/beta. The boat npc in Menthil Harbor was named "Captain Kirk". And the goblin boat captain in Booty Bay was named "Captain Crunch".This was back where the boats were broken and the NPC would just teleport you to the destination dock.
5-11-2009 @ 6:32PM
Enterprise the worst? Voyager the best? Rawhat? Reverse that, then you'll be spot on. I'm not sure what your criterion are, but, try this: Compare Voyager's stiff acting, incredibly hammy dialogue, horribly predictable plots, and crazy techno-speak 30 second resolutions to Enterprise's great acting, believable plots, and relatable and identifiable dialogue, I bet you will forget for a minute how much of a fanboy you are, and remember that Voyager can't be forgiven these sins because it was A) not produced in the 60s like ToS and B) not novel at the time like ToS. (That's excluding the unforgivable concept of a temporal cold-war, of course).
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