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  • Tasha Yar

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  • Data

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    Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Piggy started a Star Trek poll and I thought of my own ST question. Personally, I cried soooooo much when Data died.

    ( I messed up the last thread. sorry!)

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Quote Originally Posted by OrionFyre View Post
    The death of Captain Kirk...

    oh wait... that never happened...

    and even if it did... it would not have been sad
    Actually, Kirk did die in Star Trek: Generations when that bridge collapsed with him on it at the end.

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    Tasha is the only death I remember, and I was really upset about it.
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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Jadzia. She was so full of life, and she was pregnant. So sad.

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Data

    I was so surprised they killed him off.
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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    Her memories live on through her symbiont.

    I cried when she left.

    I know. And then they stuck the symbiant with that idiot Ezri. A sad day for the Dax line of hosts.

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    Jadzia was my favourite, I was devastated when she died. It kills me to this day that she was replaced by Ezri.

    Next is Data, in the end the best of the human qualities that he had been striving for caused him to die. A poetic ending to his character.
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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    OMG. I completely forgot about Data dying in Nemesis.

    That was sad.
    I was shocked, but with the last scene you could hope that Data planned for his death and hoped to live on through his brother in some way. A better scenario would have B4 developing to be on the same functional level as Data and Lore, learning from them, and modeling his life after Data while having his own identity. But then Star Fleet Command would probably prefer a complete reboot and download to get the old Data back and not have to fuss with an infantile android.

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    For me, it was the death of Spock. Even as he approached death, he maintained his dignity, even though it was accidental. When Nimoy stood up, as often happened with those uniforms, his jacket had ridden up and he he tugged tugged it back down. Fortunately, it came across as Spock being nothing more than a proper Star Fleet officer.

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    spock.

    granted he came back but his death was noble and even now when i watch those scenes i still get all teary eyed. for that matter whenever i hear 'amazing grace' i get all sad.




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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    In the TNG episode The Inner Light, when Helene dies.


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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Quote Originally Posted by Negasta View Post
    Data

    I was so surprised they killed him off.
    I couldn't believe that either! He was probably my favorite character and The Next Generation is by far my favorite series.

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    My jaw hit the floor when Data saves Picard and the Enterprise. I couldn't believe what I had just seen. I was very very very sad but then again, the other android with all his memories and experiences might fill the spot nicely.

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    Ensign nameless red shirt

    I think it was sad when "One" died

    "you are hurting me"
    "you will adapt"

    Tasha's death was unexpected

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdude View Post
    Am I the only person on earth who isn't interested in star trek, star wars, battlestar galactica, etc? I feel like an outcast sometimes because of that.
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    I felt like an outcast when I was one of the only Trekkies in high school.

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    I never have and never will see anything Star Wars. I've seen enough parody's to know that it's boring and all the major plot elements.

    The Borg will always be superior

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    I take it back. Tasha Yar death was the saddest.
    Tasha Yar's death was the stupidest. Killed by an oil slick.


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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Ensign Hawk. They introduce a hot new character on screen and he gets assimilated in 5 minutes.

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamessmith08 View Post
    I never have and never will see anything Star Wars. I've seen enough parody's to know that it's boring and all the major plot elements.

    The Borg will always be superior


    Pshaww!

    The Sith would kick the Borg's collective ass. And the Jedi masters? Strike them down and they will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.


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    Pshaww!

    The Sith would kick the Borg's collective ass. And the Jedi masters? Strike them down and they will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.




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    Pshaww!

    The Sith would kick the Borg's collective ass. And the Jedi masters? Strike them down and they will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.

    The Borg would assimilate your 'star wars' in a matter of hours.

    Wasn't "the empire" brought down by ewoks? if fuzzy little koala-racoons can bring down siths then the Borg would find your kind...easy.

    Besides:




    Ours moves at transwarp speeds across the galaxy. Your 'deathstar' is staionary

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamessmith08 View Post
    I never have and never will see anything Star Wars. I've seen enough parody's to know that it's boring and all the major plot elements.

    The Borg will always be superior
    Never? That's actually pretty impressive.

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    To me, the saddest ST death was actually the death of the half-Klingon woman who was hooking up with Whorf, and who bore his son (Alexander).

    The second saddest was the off-screen death of Picard's brother (I think) and his nephew, Robert, which meant that Picard was the last of his line. (This was in one of the movies).

    I thought Tasha Yar's death was kind of dumb (and later, she did too).

    I bet Brent Spiner enjoyed Data getting killed, although he was certainly killed in a way in which he could be conveniently resurrected later if they wanted them.

    I sort of rooted when they finally killed Kirk. I felt that character was so bloated with cheese....

    Hey, When is that animated Star Wars: Clone Wars movie coming out?

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    that guy who got sucked out of the ship in Nemesis. wasn't sad but he was nice.

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    Data dying was sad.

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    Poor Data


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    Not one single vote for Kirk yet, and the android is ahead of the Vulcan 2 to 1.

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    The saddest ST death will always be Edith Keeler, the woman who died so that the future could live. Kirk had fallen in love with her, and then had to make sure that she died. One of the few times I almost cried....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinGoodfellow View Post
    [Does it make me a big geek that I remembered the character name before the actress'?]

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    Data's death was very sad. I was a little angry at that.

    Dax's death was bad too, mostly because of the symbiant host that replaced her. Ugh...

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    Although he never did...i always wanted Barkley to die...especially when they brought him on VOY ugh

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinGoodfellow View Post
    Pups! Mere pups I tell you!

    The saddest ST death will always be Edith Keeler, the woman who died so that the future could live. Kirk had fallen in love with her, and then had to make sure that she died. One of the few times I almost cried....

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    Barkley saved Voyager.

    Harry Kim died. He got sucked into outer space.
    Barkley only made contact with Voyager...it was Admiral Janeway that saved them.

    perhaps your memory node is malfunctioning

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    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    I think it was sad when "One" died

    "you are hurting me"
    "you will adapt"
    How could I forget One. That was tragic!

    Tasha Yar's death was the stupidest. Killed by an oil slick.
    I sort of rooted when they finally killed Kirk. I felt that character was so bloated with cheese....


    God, you're so cold! That's okay, I don't like either of them anyway.

    Pshaww!

    The Sith would kick the Borg's collective ass. And the Jedi masters? Strike them down and they will become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.
    Can you explain to me just how two sith can defeat millions of Borg drones? The sith's resistance is futile. They will be assimilated!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    Sweetie, who helped Admiral Janeway.

    She didn't do it alone.
    well she got help from Belana and Tom's daughter, the Klingon's for that temporal piece of technology, that anti-radiation from the Doctor, help from harry kim to fend off the Klingons.

    But comparatively barkley played an insignificant role in getting voyager home. You make it sound like it was ALL him..when it was not. Especially since it was Janeway's idea to hide inside the sphere at the end.

    I'm watching "endgame" right now.

    Oh and don't call me 'sweetie'....i'm far from it

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    they show reruns of Voyager on Spike TV and TNG on Scifi...but I watch my "borg" dvd about once a month.

    All the borg Queens I've always wondered if there was a Borg Empress

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinGoodfellow View Post
    Pups! Mere pups I tell you!

    The saddest ST death will always be Edith Keeler, the woman who died so that the future could live. Kirk had fallen in love with her, and then had to make sure that she died. One of the few times I almost cried....

    [Does it make me a big geek that I remembered the character name before the actress'?]

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    Oooh, I forgot that one, too. Yeah it's up towards the top of the list. Joan Collins didn't need a soft-focus lens in that one, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    Barkley saved Voyager.

    Harry Kim died. He got sucked into outer space.
    Actually, Harry Kim died 4 times but he kept coming back:

    1) In the episode where Voyager was caught in a space anomaly and was split in two, one of the Kims died when one of the Voyagers self-destructed after the Vidians boarded it.

    2) Kim was sent into an alternate dimension and had to kill himself to get back. He was beamed aboard Voyager where the doctor revived him.

    3) The silver-blooded Kim that was created on the demon planet disintergrated.

    4) In the episode where Voyager crashed landed on a frozen planet, future Kim died trying to save Voyager when the Delta Flyer's warp core breeched.

    Harry Kim was sucked out in to space, but he was beamed back in before he suffocated. I know my Voyager trivia!

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    The Sith in their prime when they dominated the Jedi could crush the borg with their minds. So would the Jedi. The Jedi mind would be resistant to assimilation. They would give in like Data, only to gain direct access to the hive mind and control it themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    That's true.

    I remember the Queen dieing more than one episode.

    Maybe they clone her?
    There is more than one Borg Queen However, there is one main queen that inhabits Unimatrix 001. She was killed ny the pathogen that was injected into Admiral Janeway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by versatastic View Post
    The Sith in their prime when they dominated the Jedi could crush the borg with their minds. So would the Jedi. The Jedi mind would be resistant to assimilation. They would give in like Data, only to gain direct access to the hive mind and control it themselves.
    Since the Borg are of a Hive Mind they are more than likely resistant to telepathy or "the force" the borg would decimate your small collective and add your technological and biological distinctiveness to our own.

    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    That's true.

    I remember the Queen dieing more than one episode.

    Maybe they clone her?
    You think in such 3 dimensional terms

    It's been theorized that there isn't just ONE borg queen. That the queen might actually be a program where one female drone is chosen to act as a focal point.

    I think that is what is so great about the Borg is that as much as we know they're still a HUGE mystery.

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    Didn't a new queen arise as soon as an old one died? And didn't part of "the queen" always stay within the collective, so in a way, she never really died (similar to the way the Cylons get recycled?)

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    I have a question. Is there a Star Trek character that did not die at least once? It seems like everyone dies and comes back somehow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamessmith08 View Post
    Since the Borg are of a Hive Mind they are more than likely resistant to telepathy or "the force" the borg would decimate your small collective and add your technological and biological distinctiveness to our own.
    .
    So if the Borg assimilate a Sith or a Jedi, do then all of them become capable of using The Force?

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    Dr. Daniel Jackson still holds the record for dying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tygrbryte View Post
    So if the Borg assimilate a Sith or a Jedi, do then all of them become capable of using The Force?

    (OMG I can't believe I'm enjoying taking part in a "what if superman had worked for the nazis during WWII" discussion! What a Geek! )

    Since i've never seen Star Wars I cannot say, but from what I know the force would prove to be irrelevant to the Borg as it would not add to their own perfection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamessmith08 View Post
    Since the Borg are of a Hive Mind they are more than likely resistant to telepathy or "the force" the borg would decimate your small collective and add your technological and biological distinctiveness to our own.



    You think in such 3 dimensional terms

    It's been theorized that there isn't just ONE borg queen. That the queen might actually be a program where one female drone is chosen to act as a focal point.

    I think that is what is so great about the Borg is that as much as we know they're still a HUGE mystery.
    Quote Originally Posted by jamessmith08 View Post
    Since i've never seen Star Wars I cannot say, but from what I know the force would prove to be irrelevant to the Borg as it would not add to their own perfection.
    I dunno. I think it might make them better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piggy View Post
    You're correct. Wikipedia states:

    "In the Star Trek: Voyager relaunch novels, the Borg Queen isn't a single, irreplaceable entity, but the product of a program called "The Royal Protocol" that shares its name with a Starfleet document outlining requirements when dealing with foreign royalty. This program is used to create a Borg Queen from any female Borg, commanding the technology within her to alter and adapt to the Protocol's specifications. In the relaunch novels, one of the leaders of Starfleet Intelligence gets her hands on "The Royal Protocol" and, with the use of an Emergency Medical Hologram, turns herself into a new kind of Borg Queen who cares about and loves her drones."
    are the novels now considered 'cannon?'

    back in the day it was only the various tv series and movies that were regarded as such.




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    jamessmith08
    Guest

    Re: Which Star Trek death is the saddest?

    what is the force and how would it add to the borg's perfection?

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