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Rift Fleet Hailing Edit

Hey what vessels do you like? Just in case you say it: I'm just asking. Rift Fleet 17:44, 30 September 2008 (UTC)

What vessels? Like ship classes? In terms of versatility, probably the Nebula class is on the top of my list. Defiant and Sovereign are of course nice for tactical situations. --Captain Savar 18:12, 30 September 2008 (UTC)

Nebula...hmm I think it is nice for it to be used in surveys, but not in a large battle. Like 1 VS. 10, also have you seen my user page? On either this site or the Expanded Universe site? Rift Fleet 15:52, 1 October 2008 (UTC)

Haven't talked in a while so if you can check out my user page to find out where I moved to. Also my story is coming alive. Rift Fleet 16:37, 13 October 2008 (UTC)

NX-08 has left drydock, and the beginings of my adventure have been add to the memory gamma wiki so you have to go their to see it. Hope we can talk again sometime, when you have visited my story or the site reply on my user page on this wiki. Rift Fleet 15:50, 16 October 2008 (UTC)


Hi: since you, me, and TimPendragon are Marylanders... would you be interested in a Maryland M-B meetup? maybe find other people who might be interested in Maryland, DC, Virginia? Perhaps we could meet close to a metro (Union Station is an option)... just a thought. I know that with the holiday(s) coming it may not work out now, but what do you think?--User:Locutus77

Thank You!Edit

Thank you for the great rough summary on Destiny. I think it's better than rough-- it's quite thorough, and well written. I also wanted to thank you for fixing the errors in my work. – Commander Phoenix 03:51, 21 January 2009 (UTC)


I tried to thank you last night Captain, but the spam filter won't allow me to save talk:final Frontier because of the freeimagehosting link on the talk page -- my edit was blocked.

So , thanks! -- Captain MKB 15:21, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

O.o I'll go remove the link, then. --Captain Savar 16:43, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

ST: DestinyEdit

Yeah, sorry I've not been able to be more productive - work has been a bit mad, so not really had the time I did when I signed up for this. I'd suggest that you throw down what you've got from Gods of Night. I've started some stuff on the other two books, so I can make some additions based on what you do. Thanks for this. – CommodoreFisher 16:30, 13 February 2009 (UTC)


Thanks for the update about that pig problem... I'm keeping an eye out and might finalize my solution if we see any more problems -- I think we are being pranked. -- Captain MKB 14:05, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

The part I just deleted from my talk page about writing better if "got a manner cure and shower" really makes me take this even less serious -- Captain MKB 10:33, 11 March 2009 (UTC)

Good afternoon Captain Savar. I am new to wikia participation and for the life of me I cannot figure out the very basics of it. I enjoy reading Star Trek books. As I read I can easily take notes so that I could enhance this wikia in some small way. I tried updating Corps of Engineers “The Art of the Deal” with some difficulty. It is not that I cannot read and understand the formatting needed, it is that I am unsure how to use the format for a specific purpose. I looked about and tried to figure out the correct category to place things in for instance; it appears I was incorrect in my updates. I read a lot and would like to spend some time in the participation of this wikia. I feel that if my blunders and wonders how to use it is more trouble than it’s worth, I may give up on it. I am not even sure if writing here is the correct avenue.THorrigan 17:59, 31 March 2009 (UTC)

Earth ranksEdit

I wanted you to take a look at Dini -- its an article I expanded last year that I uploaded the first insignia of the set for, with the formatting for the inisignia and the Earth color code in the sidebar. -- Captain MKB 00:21, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

User page div classEdit

Hi, Captain. I was looking at your user page, and noticed a lot of extra div classes. I took the liberty of removing the excess formatting, and this is what I got:

I was just wondering if you thought this looked better.--Tim Thomason 18:56, 27 May 2009 (UTC)

Thanks, Tim. I know just enough to be dangerous, but not enough to be slick about (wiki) coding. --Captain Savar 19:02, 27 May 2009 (UTC)


Shuttlecraft Carrington is in Star Trek Voyager novels Spirt Walk book one Old Wounds and Spirt Walk book two Enemy of my Enemy.-- 23:20, 29 May 2009 (UTC)

st ST Edit

Ciao Savar, having a looksie at your recent edits I think maybe you are unaware of a little trick possible with our templates. We have two templates for placing "Star Trek: " in front of things, the one you seem to be familiar with, {{st}}, does so without square brackets, so it can be used within templates (such as the citation templates) which auto-generate links. But we also have {{ST}} which does make the subject a link, without you having to put additional square brackets around the template. Will save you four characters of typing :P --8of5 02:55, 5 June 2009 (UTC)

Man. I only knew about the {{st}} one because we started using it for Destiny. There's all sorts of tricks and shortcuts I don't know about. Thanks! --Captain Savar 02:59, 5 June 2009 (UTC)
ON the subject of these templates, there's no need to use them when the link in question leads to the same target -- for example, Generations and Generations both lead to the same place, so there's no need for the extra code, in my opinion. -- Captain MKB 22:27, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
Indeed. My bad for that one. I started doing that right before I left work, and as I packed up my laptop, it dawned on me that the title didn't have a colon in it. My fault. --Captain Savar 02:19, 25 August 2009 (UTC)
No real harm - the links work either way with all the redirects in place. I usually default to the lowest number of character bytes when writing links. Thanks for considering my note. -- Captain MKB 02:25, 25 August 2009 (UTC)

Voyager coming home Edit

Hi Savar, I'm afraid actually we and Memory Alpha do not agree on the time of Voyager's return; our chronology is based on the Pocket Books Timeline which disregards the First Contact Day reference in favour of the consistent use of the stardate system (reinforced by a reference to Neelix being a little over enthusiastic with celebrations in some novel or other) and places Voyager's return in 2377. --8of5 21:54, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

Hm, very well then. --Captain Savar 22:09, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

Thank youEdit

Thanks for identifying the image attribution problem with the Titan crew. As usual, I was the only admin around who could deal with a "new user situation", I hope you feel I handled it correctly. -- Captain MKB 14:39, July 15, 2010 (UTC)

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