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I am in the same situation but I think I can help you. I know a whole bunch about Star Wars because Star Wars is awesome but I don't know as much about Star Trek. I did watch the Star Trek and Star Trek into darkness so that's a little helpful, but Star Trek is basically a trouble making captain(Captain Kirk) get chosen to pilot a famous ship(The Enterprise) and he tries to live up to his father with the help of Spock while also trying to save the universe from certain destruction with a new enemy each time. So this is kind of like Star Wars in someway depending on your view. It might help to watch 2009's Star Trek movie with Chris Pine and 2013's Star Trek into Darkness that might help you. I hope that helped :D
Thanks, but that's what happens in just Star Trek into darkness. I need to know what like the storyline on the Star Trek wolds history. And Im in more for Star Wars too. :)
This is what I started with: The main story of Star Trek is about a crew aboard a star ship called USS Enterprise. Like a police force the travel through the galaxy, scanning for criminals.
Space, the final frontier. A ship known as the Enterprise is tasked with exploring uncharted space territory. Also, if he's wearin' red he's already dead!
Ok... but whats with the red dead part?
It's a joke that only people who watch Star Trek would get XD. Their basically the equivalent of a clone in Star Wars
So how do you think I could add "A ship known as the Enterprise is tasked with exploring uncharted space territory"? its my start?
It's from Star Trek O>O
Its kinda of exactly what I already have down
Comparing and contrasting right?
Do you know anymore, like what is the crew apart of. Like the ledi are apart of the repubic?
Star Wars and Star Trek
Well the Red shirts are wacky shots just like the clones and die just as much XD
Well I wont be talking about the red shirts till later on then
I need something like how I have my Star Wars paragraph started: The story of Star Wars is based around a power that holds the galaxy together and gives life to the living; this power is called the Force. Some people are gifted with the power of the Force. But these people became divided, Jedi and Sith. The Jedi only use their power to help the weak and lame. They believe that all life has meaning. The Sith are known for being masters of deception, they feed on anger, revenge, and rage to gain more power. They believe that only the strong should live and the week should worship the strong or die.
Poor reds always over looked. It could be pointed out that the Enprise has been attacked by it's own team before (Kinda like the jedi's)
Okay I gotchuuuuuuuuuuuuu. The Alliance is a force of seemingly good, however good could be defined. They protect innocent planets and keep a seemingly peace in the universe. Meanwhile the Klingon is a race of warriors bred from birth to kill all who are considered inferior and strongly believe in the survival of the fittest
Im assuming that the crew aboard the USS Enterprise is apart of the Alliance right?
Does the crew on the Enterprise go by anything? Like a code name?
Star Trek is about various different crews aboard different Starships exploring the galaxy and carrying out missions. They aren't apart of the "Alliance" they're apart of the "Federation" fully known as the "Federation of Planets".
I'm ninety percent sure it's alliance...
Are the Federation apart of this Alience? please dont start arguing
There are multiple different Star Trek franchises: Star Trek (The Original Series) - Which I've seen a handful of episodes. Star Trek: The Next Generation - Which I've completely seen. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Which I've nearly completed. Star Trek: Voyager - Which I haven't seen yet. and Star Trek: Enterprise - The latest franchise. Then the remake movies which don't really count as a Star Trek show franchise.
Witch movie/show do u think I should go by?
I believe the Federation are called the 'Alliance' here and there, but they are commonly referred to as the Federation.
Wait... hold on, the Federation are a multi-racial group of people that work for the humans, so yeah you're probably right about them referring to themselves as the 'Alliance'.
I've always referred to them as the Alliance, guess we'll mark it up as a matter of preference. also, I'd go with a more recent one.
K ill just go with "The Federation a alliance of planets"
Ew that sounds weird. gooooo with the Alliances federation of planets if your gonna say anything
That's not what they're called... but okay, the latest movies are old movie adaptions really. I agree with tbl.
Ok u guys know what ur saying ill go with that :)
So does the crew aboard the USS Enterprise go by a code name?
There's two type of crew. It's the red's, then there's other colors. I'm kidding of course. From what I can recall no not really. They have nicknames for each other but that's about it.
No, the "name" that they would reference themselves as would be like, "The crew of the Starship Enterprise" if anything.
Or the Enterprise's crew or something like that, but as tbl put, they don't really go by a name.
You know the characters' names from the movie, right? Which has the first "set" of characters, Captain Kirk, Spock, etc.
What does the Federation try to accomplish or believe in?
Their mission is to explore where no man has gone before, just like back when we built ships to sail across the sea, we traveled to various locations, to explore where no man has gone before. So... that's really it.
No not the crew im talking about the hole Alliance.
That's never completely covered. Sadly, it's really left up to the view to fully guess what it is trying to accomplish but in the front it's basically to travel the universe and keep the peace. Anyways I've gotta go eat so I'll be right back to help.
That generally is their mission on why they send Starships out, to explore and gain more territory. Again I agree with @tbl
Um the Alliance guys
Wait there has never been any background about the Federation? I thought that the Star Trek community was big? there has to be somthing?
Like theres background on the Republic in Star Wars
WAIT! @tbL already said it "They protect innocent planets and keep a seemingly peace in the universe"
I forgot XD
The huge thing about Star Trek is that it just focuses on various crews, it doesn't take the huge account of the overall Federation. Most of the franchises focus on Starship crews exploring the galaxy and doing various things, except for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager, Voyager is the story about the crew trying to return back to Earth after they got transported far away, in Deep Space Nine it focuses on a Space Station.
Lol - Yeah tbl already covered that. xD
Ok so this is what I have so far: "The main story of Star Trek is about a crew and there many adventures aboard a star ship called USS Enterprise. The crew is a part of alliance Federation of planets. The Federation is a force of seemingly good, however good could be defined. They protect innocent planets and keep a seemingly peace in the universe. Meanwhile the Klingon is a race of warriors bred from birth to kill all who are considered inferior and strongly believe in the survival of the fittest."
If you want information of the Federation itself you'll on get very little and it's pretty brow raising at how little is actually known about the supposed peace keepers. One of the Star Trek movies dives a little more into it showing that the Alliance is willing to do almost anything to preserve peace because the end outweighs the mean of reaching it.
Welp ill just stick with what I got i gtg I might try lookin more up tomorrow, if you cant tell i been at this for 9 days
Hmmm, although it seems nice, there are errors, for instance: "about a crew and *their* many adventures aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, which is a Starship to explore the galaxy in search of new life and civilizations." Also, "The crew is *apart* of an alliance of races, they are apart of the Federation, a multi-racial space force that's destined to explore the galaxy." I would remove "The Federation is a force of seemingly good, however good could be defined." In continuation, "They have made alliances with many races in which they help to protect, along with races that have not yet reached the point of being able to defend themselves against others that may be willing to destroy them, The Federation tries to maintain peace throughout their quadrant to the best of their ability while continuing to explore the galaxy." However, the Klingons are only enemies of the Federation back during the time of Captain Kirk, from the point of Captain Picard onwards, the Klingons were allied to the Federation. In addition, Klingons aren't simply born just to be warriors and fight, that's like the Jem'Hadar which are solely bred to fight for the Founders, this is all mentioned and introduced through Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Anyhow, the Klingons are a race of warriors, who fight with what they consider 'honor' the only Klingon that really has true honor and keeps it is 'Commander Worf' who serves apart of the Federation, he appears in The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine. Although the Klingons do have honor, not all of them are really honorable. Anyhow, that's a bit more of additional explanation.
I have the the book "Kilngon art of war" a actual eye opener. Psst @Ghostgate have you learned klingon yet?
The language? No, I tried to learn it before, but I ended up screwing it over because I got quite busy, have you?
Also, I haven't read any books about Star Trek.
Also @MrNebula your welcome :p live long and prosper! I'm learning it now. It's pretty fun actually. I'm making my airsoft team learn it so we could talk and nobody will know what we're saying O>O
@MrNebula I hope we both helped you out! Good luck with writing out that paper! @tbl Lol - Funny. That's also cool as well. Good luck to you and your team! ;)
Yeah, also thanks for the help there, through we were basically saying the same thing :p. If ya need anything just hit me up!
You're welcome, same here, if you need anything just contact me. ;)