Captain Seafort wrote:Jim wrote:It has less mass than a GCS.
It's over four times the volume. Much less than a GCS-shaped ship of the same length would be, but still a lot bigger.
Jim wrote:Captain Seafort wrote:No, I'm talking about the ship itself - if it were solid it would be well over ten times the GCS' volume.
But it is not solid.
[/quote][/quote]Mikey wrote:The idea of troop berths or lots of multipurpose space makes sense too, considering the enormous paucity of different ship types we've seen for each generation of Romulans.
Griffin wrote:I'm tired and can't remember the episode that well, but didn't they use Vulcan ships so that they could sneak past defences or something?
Deepcrush wrote:Second being the vulcan surrender. Submission under occupation to avoid casualties isnt the same as joining. So your logic is badly flawed in that.
Captain Seafort wrote:Deepcrush wrote:Second being the vulcan surrender. Submission under occupation to avoid casualties isnt the same as joining. So your logic is badly flawed in that.
Nonetheless, there is a segment of the Vulcan population favourably disposed towards the Romulans, just as there was a pro-Vulcan movement on Romulus - as demonstrated by Tallera. I'd therefore expect the Romulans to be able to establish effective control of the planet through a combination of entrenching themselves in densely populated locations, the establishment of a puppet government from the pro-Romulan segment of the population, and passivity from the majority.
Reliant121 wrote:I always liked the idea of the space being used for the quantum singularity generator; somehow the large gap is where the singularity was situated.
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