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Old 05-08-2009, 09:22 PM
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Old 05-08-2009, 09:24 PM
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deleted scene spoiler!!!
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Old 05-08-2009, 09:26 PM
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Apparently there was a scene deleted that clarifies this. After the Kelvin rammed the Narada, a Klingon fleet descended upon it and captured Nero and his crew, and impounded the Narada. The Romulans spent the next twenty-five years imprisoned on the prison world of Rurapen'the, escaping just in time to capture Future Spock. That's why there was that transmission from the Klingons in the film, by the way: Nero's escape was apparently very violent.
So what happened with the Narada? Did the Klingons disassemble it and try to reverse engineer its technology?

Most importantly, how did 23rd century Klingon ships disable the Narada which was a 24th century Borg enhanced ship?
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they probably happened upon it in a very weakened state.
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So what happened with the Narada? Did the Klingons disassemble it and try to reverse engineer its technology?

Most importantly, how did 23rd century Klingon ships disable the Narada which was a 24th century Borg enhanced ship?
I've no idea what the Klingons did. Maybe the Narada decided it would be funny to kill anyone who fiddled with its systems.

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I've no idea what the Klingons did. Maybe the Narada decided it would be funny to kill anyone who fiddled with its systems.

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