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Old 05-30-2009, 12:07 PM
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There's one where we get to see the exterior of the Narada which i don't think we ever got to see in the movie. There's one that shows the Enterprise bridge before it went "Apple store," and a potential bridge for the Narada, which looks too sophisticated to be the bridge of a mining vessel, which is probably why it got "toned down," that or cost. So i guess we have Clyne along with Abrams to blame for the 'Narada' design, which is definately "bad a$$" but looks nothing like a 24th c. Romulan ship aesthetically.
IT'S NOT SUPPOSED TO LOOK LIKE A CLASSIC ROMULAN SHIP. IT IS A PROTOTYPE HYBRID.

I'm really getting tired of explaining this.
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