- Jan 12, 2013
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The Boys had a group, Guardians of the Galaxy, energy that kept it moving. The Preacher, not so much
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You also have part of your answer in your first part. Picard. Think Star Trek Nemesis. The Romulans tried to clone Picard in order to breed the perfect spy into the Federation. And when that plan fell out of favor, they just ditched the being onto their slave planet. Even a Picard hater in the Federation wouldn’t stand for that sort of diabolical scheme.Hey I didn't spoil anything. Trust me, don't worry.
As far as continued hostility towards the Romulans, I'm guessing there's a DS9 episode out there I either didn't see or forgot where they betrayed the Federation during the Dominion War or something maybe. But something made the Federation turn their backs on the Romulans as was shown in the 2009 reboot with Nero looking for revenge. And the Ferengi were allies with the Federation towards the end of DS9 IIRC.
Because Trek always took the easy way out and depicted the Klingons as an "empire" with no subjects.Why was the Federation okay with the Klingon Empire, or whatever was left of it afterwards, but went cold on the Romulans?