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    Star Trek: Enterprise TrekRPG Season 4 Guide

    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
    TrekRPG Season 4 Guide


    (Space reserved for future Season Wrap up.)

    [Please note that this guide considers "Home" as the first true episode of the forth season.]

    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
    “HOME” EPISODE

    Originally Aired October 22, 2004
    Once the NX-01 finally returns to Earth, the weary crewmen face repercussions of their journeys, both positive and negative.

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    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
    "AUGMENTS" ARC

    Originally Aired between October 29, 2004 - November 12, 2004

    The crew of the Enterprise become involve in stopping the efforts of the genetic supermen in causing a war between Earth and the Klingon Empire.

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    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
    "DAEDALUS" EPISODE

    Origionally Aired January 14, 2005

    The inventor of the transporter, Emory Erickson, comes aboard Enterprise for a risky experiment.

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    STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE "OBSERVER EFFECT"
    Originally Aired January 21, 2005

    Super-natural Aliens board the Enterprise to observe how the crew interact with one another.

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    Needless to say I plan to have a poll at the end of the season, which can be tacked on I believe to this at the end of the season. In addition I ask for a sticky to keep it posted above all others in this forum.
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    Stuck as requested Eric

    I'll go delete that other 'double' thread for you now.
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    This isn't really related to the thread's topic, at least directly, but it seemed to be the closest thing to what I was looking for. I have dumped on ENT as much, if not more, than a number of others here - and will probably continue to do so - but I do have to make this statement, with all crow being eaten:

    My youngest brother has recently been getting into ST:ENT, something that was utterly out of consideration for me - from my perspective, the show had been relegated to the apocrypha section of Star Trek lore/history; maybe some of it happened, maybe it didn't...it all kind of depends on what your Narrator/GM feels is appropriate for that night's game. However, my brother has been challenging me to watch the show - while he holds agreement with me regarding the first half-dozen or so of the first episodes of first season (progressively harder and harder to watch, and reaching a point where I abandoned ship, metaphorically speaking), he expressed belief that the show got progressively better as time went on. This afternoon, I took up his challenge and sat down to watch an episode, which turned out to (I believe) be the second episode of second season, titled "Carbon Creek". I chose this because he'd already seen the season premiere, and because the Netflix description indicated that Jolene Blalock was the core of the episode, and I figured "Why not?"

    The story was not an original, by way of precept, by any means, but I was very pleased by how the Vulcans were shown to have divergent/contrasting opinions and personalities just as much as any trio of humans - and that Ms Blalock's character T'Mir is not the one to fall in love with humans, humanity, or human culture (although she does come to reach an appreciation for all of the above), leaving this to another Vulcan, whose fate I was holding the thumbs-up for at the end of the episode. My considered thoughts: A times-past story that introduces new elements (and some pretty damn interesting ones), but that does not screw with already established continuity. Rick Berman and Brannon Braga have taken a fair (and fairly delivered) number of hits for their conduct with regard to this show; nonetheless, I felt that their drafting the story for this episode deserves some serious kudos. I left my brother's house with a strong appreciation for what the ENT crew had done, and hope to be able to pick up on other episodes that strike similar positive chords.

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