A day late but here you are!  

A day late but here you are!  

redonyellow:

These two scenes remind me of each other because they boldly illustrate how disparate TNG and DS9 were when it came to morality. In TNG, there was often a right answer, and the lines separating what was good and bad were often clear.  While in DS9, the best thing to do was not always the “right” thing to do. DS9 gave you scenarios where you could not judge whether decisions were moral or immoral, leaving you conflicted because they did not fit in those boxes.

Also, I find these scenes are remarkable because they showed how the principles that Starfleet claimed it was built on went out the window when it itself was threatened.

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sheepdean:

So L’Epée have created a Deep Space Nine clock and I need it more than I have needed anything to ever exist.

And it’s only £19,000.

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Original Star Trek II: Wrath Of Khan VFX Storyboards Are A Visual Feast

Warnog, official Klingon beer launched by Star Trek, with 'notes of clove, banana and caramel'

star-trek:

Types of Captains

star-trek:

Types of Captains

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Five Leadership Lessons From Jean-Luc Picard

letthatbeyourlegacy7:

From the William Shatner Star Trek documentary “The Captains”. 

This makes me feel so happy. I can’t even say.

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livelyarts:

most of the fashion on star trek is atrocious but then there’s the ferengi and their suits quark probably has ten other suits as shit hot as this one the ferengi are the glam rockers of the 24th century

“glam rockers of the 24th century”  nice. 

livelyarts:

most of the fashion on star trek is atrocious but then there’s the ferengi and their suits quark probably has ten other suits as shit hot as this one the ferengi are the glam rockers of the 24th century

glam rockers of the 24th century”  nice. 

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