Tinadrin Chelnor wrote:Yes, I'm pretty certain there was mention of Jem'Hadar ships crossing the Romulan Neutral Zone to attack Starfleet vessels, though I can't recall what episode off-hand.
Do you know what happened to the
Just that they disappeared on
patrol near the Romulan Neutral
Zone. But I'll look into it.
Don't bother. I'm sure it's the
same old story -- the Jem'Hadar
crossed over the Romulan border
and caught them off-guard. It's
only about the hundredth time it's
I can't believe the Romulans are
allowing them to violate their
territory so brazenly. How do
they get away with it?
The Romulans have a treaty of non-
aggression and friendship with the
Dominion. In practical terms that
means they're willing to turn a
blind eye to almost anything in
the name of "friendship."
It's an intolerable situation.
We should cross the Neutral Zone
and destroy the Dominion bases.
And the Klingons were still raiding Cardassian convoys after they withdraw from the Khitomer Accords. Obviously they could have been raiding from the territory they captured in the brief invasion, but I think its more likely that they already shared a border, as I doubt they would have been so aggressive with the forces there otherwise, as it would have been hard to reinforce them, although being Klingons maybe they just didn't care much about that, but you'd think they'd have the sense to at least try to hold the captured territory.
Captain Seafort wrote:On the contrary - it makes more sense if the Klingons didn't have common border with the Cardies, otherwise it would make more sense for them to launch their invasion from their own territory rather than use DS9 as a jumping-off point.
McAvoy wrote:I am in the middle of creating a Dominion War map showing what the fleet movements may look like during the war. It will include gains and lost territory. However I am too lazy to create one entirely from scratch so I am using the Star Trek maps one as a starting point. I am currently in the process of editing and cleaning it up.
The big question is there anything that could be changed in that map or additional information I could add in there for that war. For example, the Romulans and the Klingons are on opposite sides of the Federation space vs. the Cardassians in the map. Klingons can get away with it since they are allies, but wasn't there a episode where the Dominion used Romulan space to attack the Allies?
McAvoy wrote:It would make sense in since space is 3D and can't truly be shown in a 2D image very well since territory could wrap around someone else's border above or below it.
Jim wrote:I was actually thinking about that last night after looking at the map in the other section. Even though it is still an incredibly vast distance… the galaxy is basically a disk, not an orb. Therefore the z-axis is relatively short compared to the x and y. It would not be too far a reach to believe that once a race expands laterally they would take control of the entire navagatable volume. I think that you could assume very little undercutting or hangover on the z-axis and be relatively safe.
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