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Old 03-04-2009, 05:17 AM
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I think a mini-series or tv movie is the only way it'll happen. :/ I really felt, as others have said, that the show was on the right track at the end. Not counting the final episode, of course.
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Old 11-26-2009, 06:32 PM
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Well, seeing as we know what happened to Archer now, this thread seems obsolete.
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Old 11-29-2009, 01:37 AM
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Well, seeing as we know what happened to Archer now, this thread seems obsolete.
we know what happened to archer? that one of his dogs died in a trasporter accident? (or is this something that happened in the last episode that i don't remember?)

anyways, if they did make a continuation of enterprise into a miniseries, would you watch it if it was animated? it seems that paramount doesn't have the budget for it, and weren't all the sets torn down?
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Old 11-29-2009, 02:35 AM
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Is there any info about the size of the Daedalus-class? Definitely no canon info, but she should be larger than a NX and smaller than a Constitution. Being the first ship to have a seperate engineering section, which seems to be relatively large in proportion to the spherical primary hull, I don't see why a warp 7 engine should not fit into that large cylindrical secondary hull. It is probably a bit more dangerous than previous warp engines, hence the "new" modulary design where you can eject a nacelle or seperate the primary hull from the rest of the ship in case of an emergency.
STARSHIP CLASS Daedalus-class
Affiliation: Federation
Starfleet
(formerly United Earth Starfleet)
Type: cruiser
Service period: 2140s to 2196
Dimensions
Length: 105 meters
Width: 25 meters
Height: 40 meters

Specifications
Decks: 7


Maximum speed: warp 7

Armaments: 5 phase/laser banks; 2 torpedo launcher bank
Defences: polarized hull plating/basic shielding




STARSHIP CLASS NX-class
Affiliation: United Earth Starfleet
Type: cruiser
Service period: 22nd century
Dimensions
Length: 225 meters
Width: 136 meters
Height: 29 meters

Specifications
Decks: 7
Crew: 82

Maximum speed: warp factor 5.2
Cruising speed: warp factor 4
Armaments: 12 phase cannons
Pulsed phase cannons
spatial torpedoes
photonic torpedoes
Defences: polarized hull plating
Systems: WE-5 warp engine; SBD impulse drive
Auxiliary craft: 2 shuttlepods
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The 22nd-Century is about as dead as the 24th-Century. I don't think we'll ever return to this era again except in novels and other off-screen media...
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We all know Archers Enterprise was being mothballed at the end of season 4 and that there was talk of the new warp seven ships coming of the production line very soon, so should a new series of Enterprise be created with Archer and his crew warping around the galaxy in a Constitution (or similar) style Enterprise?
When did this happen? Enterprise (the ship) had something like 10 more years service ahead of her.

The Enterprise (series) parts of These Are The Voyages were set 10 years (it might have been 7 years) ahead of Demons & Terra Prime.
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