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Old 10-30-2009, 05:38 AM
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German was understandable
Apparently the Klingon players can also be Gorn, Nausicaan or Orion...
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Old 10-30-2009, 08:43 AM
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Was the head of the House of Duras the same guy that was mentioned in the TNG episode where Alexander travels back in time to "Klingon-up" himself? In that episode the blade taken from the "attackers" to prove the attck on Worf was done by the house of Duras showed a mark for a son of one of the Duras sisters (I can't remember which). Was that unborn son ever named in that episode?

I can understand Martok attacking the Romulans and even the Gorn, but I don't see his character ever attacking the UFP. It just isn't right. He was a strong Federation ally and owed his seat as Chancellor to Worf. I know the designers of STO wanted the good ol'-bad guy-Klingons back, but they should have written in Martok dying and the House of Duras pulling some shanannigans to take control of the Empire. An old man Worf would then be forced into exile in the Federation.

Was that creature that Duras interrogated Species 8472? Kind of looked like it. I can;t remember if they walked on two or three legs. If it was 8472 then it is pure BS, even for Trek, for a Klingon to kill one, much less two, then capture a third. One 8472 would have torn him to pieces!!
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Old 10-30-2009, 10:14 AM
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You can read in more detail about the history in "The Path 2409"
Scroll to the bottom of the page to start at the beginning
http://www.startrekonline.com/fiction?page=3
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You can read in more detail about the history in "The Path 2409"
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I got an answer regarding the Duras guy, but Martok's situation is still a mystery. My guess is he was replaced by a Species 8472 alien. The plot to replace people with 8472's is very similar to what the Founders did. Heck, they are probably the reason for much of the violence and war efforts. Just a guess.
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Gameplay action!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTP1gATX_78
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Nice game views.
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02-02-2010 Official Release Date

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Looks like Cryptic is putting bridges in the game as well now: http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/...UN3HO0?index=2

Almost didn't make it in the game.
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