Sonic Glitch wrote:
It seems to me that "Evasive Pattern Whatever" is primarily meant to serve as predetermined directions for the helmsman rather than shouting "rotate our Z axiss 15 degrees and our Y axis 3 degrees and proceed at 1/3 impulse" -- they save time and provide quicker response and less chances for miscommunication during combat.
RK_Striker_JK_5 wrote:I'm guessing the playbook gets updated, but uniformly too. So 'Pattern Alpha-Sierra-Tango-One' is the same on any ship.
GrahamKennedy wrote:Do we even know that the Romulans of the TNG era use impulse drive? For all we know they may use some antigravity drive or whatever.
Sonic Glitch wrote:RK_Striker_JK_5 wrote:I'm guessing the playbook gets updated, but uniformly too. So 'Pattern Alpha-Sierra-Tango-One' is the same on any ship.
That's mostly what I was trying to get at.
Either that or, again, it's unique to each ship which I suppose could be done depending on the transfer rate
RK_Striker_JK_5 wrote:Yeah, but that'd get kinda confusing.
"Execute Patten Alpha-Tango-One." *Few seconds pass* "I said Alpha-Tango-" *BOOM!*
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