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The Sage
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Posted - 27 Jul 2011 :  05:46:48  Show Profile  Send The Sage an AOL message  Click to see The Sage's MSN Messenger address  Send The Sage a Yahoo! Message Send The Sage a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Alystra Illianniis

Which is precisely my point, LOL! HOW does anyone- erm, you-know- in Cyrodil with no actual "facilities"?! That's like the Enterprise only having one bathroom for a crew of 900. It presents certain problems that one does not ant to encounter in space, lol!!!

I'll note that the Enterprise-D had more than one "facility" for the 1,014-member crew. And three solid-waste reprocessing units as well.

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Alystra Illianniis
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Posted - 27 Jul 2011 :  06:22:11  Show Profile  Click to see Alystra Illianniis's MSN Messenger address Send Alystra Illianniis a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Really? I've never seen layouts for it. I do have the Star Trek Technical Manual that was published some years ago which has up to Enterprise C, I think. It even had the bathroom location listed in the ship schematics. I always thought that was kind of funny. There was a read-out of Voyager, also (before the series, I think) but I don't recall seeing the restroom on it.

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quote:
Originally posted by Alystra Illianniis

Really? I've never seen layouts for it. I do have the Star Trek Technical Manual that was published some years ago which has up to Enterprise C, I think. It even had the bathroom location listed in the ship schematics. I always thought that was kind of funny. There was a read-out of Voyager, also (before the series, I think) but I don't recall seeing the restroom on it.

The Next Generation Technical Manual published during the early 90's has a complete functional analysis of the entire 'Galaxy-class' "USS Enterprise-D" from the Star Trek: The Next Generation television show. Each chapter of the book focuses on a particular function of the ship, from tactical and science, to utilities and life-support.

Funnily enough, there's even a "television-crew" toilet marked on the big 'Master Situation Monitor' screen in Main Engineering. It's for the production staff.

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Might also be why everyone wants to go on the away missions- gotta take a leak SOMEWHERE!



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@ Sage- I must have missed that. For some reason I thought Enterprise D didn't come until after the series had ended. (in one of the movies)

@ Wooly, ROFLMAO!!!! That explains SOOO much.....

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quote:
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@ Sage- I must have missed that. For some reason I thought Enterprise D didn't come until after the series had ended. (in one of the movies)
You might be thinking of the Sovereign-class "Enterprise-E", which featured in the TNG films after the "D" was destroyed in Generations.

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If you could bring any of the Dadra Lords from the Elder Scrolls games, who would it be? There are other Daedric Lords (Princes) that I didn't have enough room for on here. Please tell why you want them, what their cult would be like, what enemies they would have and what allies they would have.



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Alystra Illianniis
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Yeah, and...?

@ Sage: I went through the book again, and you were right. However, I never DID find any reference to bathrooms. There are plenty of readouts and descriptions of uniforms, equipment, ship storage and crew compartments, etc ad nauseum....

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quote:
Originally posted by Alystra Illianniis

Yeah, and...?

@ Sage: I went through the book again, and you were right. However, I never DID find any reference to bathrooms. There are plenty of readouts and descriptions of uniforms, equipment, ship storage and crew compartments, etc ad nauseum....



The point is that females aren't typically called by the title "prince." Was that unclear?

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They probably use naval terms, toilets onboard ship are called heads or water closets.

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The Sage
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quote:
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Yeah, and...?

@ Sage: I went through the book again, and you were right. However, I never DID find any reference to bathrooms. There are plenty of readouts and descriptions of uniforms, equipment, ship storage and crew compartments, etc ad nauseum....

You'll have to refresh my memory, Alystra, about which book you were going through?

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quote:
Originally posted by entreri3478Half of these are actually female daedra princesses


Daedra can appear female or male, but they have no gender. They are called Princes in general.

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Sheogorath the prince of madness. I would love to see what sort of mischief he gets up to in the realms. Muhahahahahahhaha Cough, cough ahahahhahahah
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Okay, so they all have communicators (with GPS capabilities) built into their chest-pins. They also have the technology to move any sort of matter to any other place, instantaneously.

They need bathrooms, why, exactly?

I think Kirk may have sent more then Tribbles over to that Klingon ship.

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quote:
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quote:
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Yeah, and...?

@ Sage: I went through the book again, and you were right. However, I never DID find any reference to bathrooms. There are plenty of readouts and descriptions of uniforms, equipment, ship storage and crew compartments, etc ad nauseum....

You'll have to refresh my memory, Alystra, about which book you were going through?



The Starfleet Technical Manual- (for Star Trek 25th anniversary) it's copyrighted 1986, and the Enterprise is still listed as Heavy Cruiser Class (Constitution class) and is only labeled 1701, with no letter behind it. It mentions water closets in the staterooms, but doesn't mention how many of thosethere are- state rooms are mainly for guests or non-crew passengers, aren't they? Does that mean that crew members would have to know on the door of some visiting alien to use the facilities? Still seems inconvenient. And then there's that comment by Johnathan Frakes during a behind-the-scenes show where he pointed out the location of the supposed single bathroom on the TNG Enterprise. This was early in the series, IIRC, before any of the TNG movies.

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

quote:
Originally posted by Alystra Illianniis

Yeah, and...?

@ Sage: I went through the book again, and you were right. However, I never DID find any reference to bathrooms. There are plenty of readouts and descriptions of uniforms, equipment, ship storage and crew compartments, etc ad nauseum....

You'll have to refresh my memory, Alystra, about which book you were going through?



The Starfleet Technical Manual- (for Star Trek 25th anniversary) it's copyrighted 1986, and the Enterprise is still listed as Heavy Cruiser Class (Constitution class) and is only labeled 1701, with no letter behind it. It mentions water closets in the staterooms, but doesn't mention how many of thosethere are- state rooms are mainly for guests or non-crew passengers, aren't they?
Yes, and those Starfleet dignitaries and/or special personnel on board for a particular mission. I think one of the old TOS novels mentioned that. Or it could have been one of the TOS movie novelisations. Hmmm.
quote:
Does that mean that crew members would have to know on the door of some visiting alien to use the facilities? Still seems inconvenient. And then there's that comment by Johnathan Frakes during a behind-the-scenes show where he pointed out the location of the supposed single bathroom on the TNG Enterprise. This was early in the series, IIRC, before any of the TNG movies.

I remember that. It was from the television special aired just before the end of the TNG series.

Anyways, I was referring to the content of The Next Generation Technical Manual, which identifies the toilets on board the Enterprise-D.

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Import a lot of people because of some kind of exception class plane might be fun.

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Ah, so you got the updated version. Kk. Sadly, I've never seen that one.

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I voted for Malacath since I don't know if there's a Faerunian deity (at least) or a fiend with worshippers whose portfolio deals with outcasts. I know Ghaunadaur and Fenmarel Mestarine have a lot to deal with outcasts, but that's about it to my knowledge.

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Sithis=Shar



Is Sithis a daedric prince?

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No, he is not. He's one of the original entities in Nirn, alongside Auriel who is part of Anu the Everything, which is in direct opposition to Sithis/Padomay.
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quote:
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Sithis=Shar



Is Sithis a daedric prince?

Sithis is neither Aedra or Daedra, as I recall. In fact, he's said to have been a primordial entity that existed long before either the Aedra or Daedra.

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