Inverted Miranda

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Re: Inverted Miranda

Post by Moongrim » Fri Aug 26, 2016 1:22 pm

MSgtUSAFRet wrote:I never said the Dreadnaught wasn't cool looking or that it didn't make a great entrance in "All Good Things". I only said it seemed impractical to me to have an odd number of nacelles. ;)

Besides, I still like Franz Joseph's TOS Dreadnaught designs and have for decades! (Does that make me old?) :lol:
If so then we're both old.

I drooled over the other ships when I got the Technical Manual as a birthday present.
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Re: Inverted Miranda

Post by Tesral » Mon Aug 29, 2016 3:38 am

MSgtUSAFRet wrote:I never said the Dreadnaught wasn't cool looking or that it didn't make a great entrance in "All Good Things". I only said it seemed impractical to me to have an odd number of nacelles. ;)

Besides, I still like Franz Joseph's TOS Dreadnaught designs and have for decades! (Does that make me old?) :lol:
I love the dickens out of the TOS Tech Manual, I have four. Three of the old vinyl cover ones form the 70s. Mine, my late Wife's my current Wife's and the 25th Anniversary edition I paw through. And that one is 25 years old.

I still do not like odd nacelle designs.
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