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Tim, I switched the titles of three Star Trek comics in 2285 on your userpage. I am assuming you don't mind. Judgment Day in particular would have gone to the DS9 comic rather than the TOS comic as you obviously intended. --Jdvelasc 15:12, 22 August 2007 (UTC)
Star Charts[edit source]
I was wondering if Star Charts lists systems for the languages listed in TNG Contagion -- Dinasian, Dewan and Iccobar? I noticed you were working through the book so i wondered if you had gotten to part with that area. -- Captain MKB 20:25, October 3, 2015 (UTC)
- Page 63 has them fairly close together, on the top of a map for the Klingon Empire (they're also on Page 67 for the Romulan Star Empire). Specifically, Dewa is within the Romulan Star Empire (near the Romulan Neutral Zone, which borders the Klingons too apparently). Iccobar is close to Iconia in or on the very edge of the Neutral Zone (Klingon-side). Dinasia is a bit farther right of them, in Federation territory. Dewa is represented by a small red dot (single M-class star, +9 magnitude). Iccobar is represented by a slightly bigger, encircled yellow dot (binary G-class star, +7 magnitude). Dinasia is represented by a small orange dot (single K-class star, +9 magnitude). Dewa and Iccobar are written in white, uncapitalized text, representing an uninhabited, independent system. Dinasia is written in red, uncapitalized text, representing an uninhabited, quarantined system.--Tim Thomason (talk) 01:36, October 4, 2015 (UTC)