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This region is protected by The United Federation of Planets.

Embassies: Ivory Tower, One big Island, Death Star, United Federation of Planets, Zarathustra, United States of America, The Hill, Serenity, Pisces Centauri, The Shaderan Place, National Federation, and Federation of Planets Headquarters.

Tags: Small and FT: FTL.

Star Trek contains 10 nations, the 1,540th most in the world.

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The Most Average in Star Trek

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As a region, Star Trek is ranked 14,346th in the world for Most Average.

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1.The Continuing voyage of NCC 1701Civil Rights Lovefest“to boldly go”
2.The Combat readiness of The USS DefiantDemocratic Socialists“She may have flaws, but she has teeth”
3.The Aimless wanderings of USS VoyagerDemocratic Socialists“Yeah... As hard as you try its just not TNG...”
4.The Empire of Imperial TerranCorrupt Dictatorship“Terror must be maintained, or the Empire is doomed.”
5.The Se are the voyages of The USS Enterprise DAuthoritarian Democracy“Make it so.”
6.The Queendom of EliaraInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Always try to befriend the enemy”
7.The Federical Federations of ModeriumFather Knows Best State“Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges”
8.The Sultanate of Harcourt Fenton MuddAnarchy“With the voice of Lucky Charms”
9.The Borg Collective of TresmiusCorporate Police State“Resistance is futile”
10.The Allied States of RahorisDemocratic Socialists“We see while we are blind, we walk but do not move”

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Yeoman Janice Rand, played by Grace Lee Whitney, passed away May 1st. The crew slowly dwindles away. :'(

just flying thru on our way south. Live long and prosper.

Just passing through on WalkAbout.

But I cannot pass by without stating how the new Star Trek universe has been crafted to be Spock-centric rather than Kirk-centric. Has anyone else picked up on that?

Well they no longer have to pander to Shatner.

I loved getting to know a cast over many seasons of a tv show then seeing them in movies, whethere it's TNG, TOS, or even Stargate SG1.

That's the reason I think for Abrams' movies coming off as cold to me. They seem like just another attempt to cash in on the franchise.

Hope no one minds me popping back in with a different puppet to pursue a little more conversation. My Wanderer is still moving.

The Borg Collective of Tresmius wrote:That's the reason I think for Abrams' movies coming off as cold to me. They seem like just another attempt to cash in on the franchise.

Copy that. The original Star Trek was weak when it did that parallel universe episode and it was a stretch in the spin off series as well. Simply moving to a parallel universe to shake off Shatner's godmodding was and is a mistake, imo. But what really pointed out how weak a hold Abrams had was his need to place Spock and parallel Spock together to sell the ride.

I tend to think that a parallel universe would diverge from the "original" at an accelerating rate. There would be so little similarity that there would be no real points of comparison.

If anyone is around: please choose the research option for Z-day.

Live long and prosper everyone!

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