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Thanks for the compliment, but it was really Scimitar who started the templates a week or so ago. He just did the main ones (Constitution, Excelsior, Defiant), and he did the StarshipEnterprise and so templates. He must have lost interest or something, but I decided to finish off all classes with 3 or more ships.--Tim Thomason 04:01, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Thanks for the comment, but I only wanted to start the article. I don't know if everything I wrote is accurate and use a little subjectivity to encourage people with more knowledge than me on the subject to modify the article (probably some info will be more accurate on the talk page as the article grows). Rcog 04:50, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Inquisition summary Edit
Thanks for helping get it from bullets to prose. I originally put that skeleton down with the intention of coming back later to fix it - that's the beauty of Wikis though! It'll get there eventually. Sloan 06:20, 31 Oct 2005 (UTC)