Is it wrong? Edit
Is it wrong that when I saw the headline after I clicked this link, I immediately thought of a Borg Drone?
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/12/world/asia/12drone.html --PrfctDrk 23:39, December 11, 2009 (UTC)
Neelix's eye color change Edit
What episode did the creators decide to change Neelix's eye color from fully black to black pupils and orange eye color? --PrfctDrk 18:47, December 12, 2009 (UTC)
Images must be captured from a DVD or other high quality source and saved as such. The image you've uploaded has many image artifacts that make the image unsuitable for this site. Also note that image descriptions should be in a proper POV. You must also include the proper license and episode the image is from (the title shouldn't contain the episode name) And finally you need to include the image on an article or else the image may be deleted as it's not being used. — Morder (talk) 01:18, December 15, 2009 (UTC)
Times VOY took a significant.... Edit
Does anybody reading this know of the times VOY took a significant jump ahead and cut off time from their Journey? "Timeless" for instance brought them at least 10 years closer. How many more times does this happen? When Kes leaves, the Slingshot, etc. -- PrfctDrk 19:50, December 24, 2009 (UTC)
- USS Voyager#The journey of Voyager should help you out. — Morder (talk) 19:56, December 24, 2009 (UTC)
- Thanks Morder (And Sulfur, for my ever-unchanging forgetfulness of making episode tags lol. doh >_<) -- PrfctDrk 22:18, December 24, 2009 (UTC)
Khitomer Obelisk and POV Edit
I was going to add my 2 cents at User talk:Delta2373#You're wrong, but then I realised that user wasn't really involved, so I'm here, not to gang up on you, but just to help clarify because I've seen (and experienced) this confusion before.
To clarify why the point of view was incorrect (and why User:Morder reverted), you can't say "In the episode VOY: "Memorial", this happened." or "In "Memorial", this happened." in the canon portions of articles because that sounds like a person watching the episode, not being inside it as if it were real. Episode names are used "disembodied" at the end of sentences, to show the reader where the fact comes from without "breaking character".
PARIS: No offense, but those were other peoples' memories.
JANEWAY: The obelisk at Khitomer? The fields of Gettysburg? Those are other peoples' memories too, but we don't honor them any less.
Setacourse 19:51, December 25, 2009 (UTC)