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Old 04-05-2009, 07:31 PM
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If a series comes to fruition, I wouldn't mind seeing Q pop up. That would make things a little interesting, how he and Kirk might interact differently than he did with Picard.
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No Borg.

(If he's don't this with the Federation I hate to see his vision of the Borg.)
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I know, I know done to death... but, do you think the borg will make an apperance in the new Movies ? any ideas ?
No more Borg...ever. Been done death just as you said. I doubt they'll be seen again.
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:26 AM
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There will be shown exactly as many Borg in STXI as Romulans in ST 8.
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No more Borg...ever. Been done death just as you said. I doubt they'll be seen again.
I have to agree.

I feel like VOY totally emasculated the Borg and turned them into another run of the mill alien.

I knew it was over for the Borg when Janeway, Tuvok and Torres were all "partially assimiliated" and on the Borg cube.

No more Borg...please. Not until 25 or so years from now when someone tries a TNG reboot.
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I have to agree.

I feel like VOY totally emasculated the Borg and turned them into another run of the mill alien.

I knew it was over for the Borg when Janeway, Tuvok and Torres were all "partially assimiliated" and on the Borg cube.

No more Borg...please. Not until 25 or so years from now when someone tries a TNG reboot.
Keep in mind, outside of what happened in ST:FC and in "Regeneration," there has been no other contact with the Borg yet in the new timeline. The message sent in "Regeneration" won't have even reached the Delta Quadrant yet. So in the meantime, the Borg should be staying far, far away from the Federation.
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I like the borg but dont want to see them in any post next gen movie.

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Trelane??



That's about the some of it.
First Contact transformed the Borg from a force of nature to Zombies Obsessed with Green and useless Queen. They were so much more in Next Generation. They were immaculant bio machines, efficient...not husk or rotting corpses.

Voyager follwed FC commited us to it.
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Bad things don't start and end in Green.
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The Borg were quite popular in their time, but I agree, let them rest a bit. Besides there are no Borg in th 23rd century. Nor Q either. Leave them in the 24th century where they belong!!!!
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Well, the whole reason the Borg showed up in TNG, was because of Q. Unless Q shows up at any point, I can't see how the Borg would because they don't know that this area of the universe exists (yet).

If a series comes to fruition, I wouldn't mind seeing Q pop up. That would make things a little interesting, how he and Kirk might interact differently than he did with Picard.
I guess that the Borg ship crashing on Earth in the Antarctic, and its subsequent liftoff with the first assimilated humans as seen on Enterprise doesn't count?

Since now they do exist, having changed time, why not?
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