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Fav. Star Trek Aliens Answered

Who or what is your fav non human on all Star Trek?
 I prefere The Borg And Mr. Neelix

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commander spock

6 years ago

My favorite non humans were data and worf

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Mirimecommander spock

Reply 6 years ago

Data's kitty so cute!! If you look on actioncat.com there is a whole page for this cat worfs in there too

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Kiteman

8 years ago

The only genuine non-human was the Horta, so that gets my vote.

The rest of the humanoids aren't really "alien" (remember that cop-out episode where it turns out that ancient aliens seeded the universe with their DNA?)

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lemonieKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

The Horta was (as I remember) non-carbon-based, but what about energy-beings or Tribbles - not genuinely non-human?

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Kitemanlemonie

Reply 8 years ago

Ach, just extra-hairy hamsters.  Not just carbon-based, but 20% oxygen breathers?

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 8 years ago

You mean, for instance, the Zetarian ?

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 8 years ago

There were others of course (see list I gave to Kiteman above)

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Goodhartlemonie

Reply 8 years ago

True, I'd considered that, but though Kiteman might disqualify on the grounds that they "appeared" as humanoid.

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lemonieGoodhart

Reply 8 years ago

The original comment was "non-human", so you deal with that... L

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critterfluffylemonie

Reply 8 years ago

I am surprised I didn't see Tin Man in these lists. I love the idea of a giant living ship. Though my personal favorite were the 2-dimensional creatures that lived in black holes.

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Goodhartcritterfluffy

Reply 8 years ago

Ugh, I remembered a lot of obscure ones, and forgot that one *sigh*

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Kitemanlemonie

Reply 8 years ago

Outside of a high-energy, non-magnetic environment?  Pur-leeze!

(You know, people have actually modelled a form of magnetic life-form - torroidal fields, I think it was - but they couldn't come up with a viable analogue for a nervous-system, so they remained mindless browsers.)

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lemonieKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

I was confining myself to Star-Trek, but thanks anyway, interesting.

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Kitemanlemonie

Reply 8 years ago

Dang, I wish I could remember the magnetic beings properly.

I'll have to re-read Martian again...

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MirimeKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

Yes but i choose ignore that episode

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GoodhartKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

Not so: there were the Velaran (intelligent one-celled life-forms), and if we include the spinoffs we have even more: the Ophidians (snake like) There were the Medusan, the Nanites, the Melkotian, Denevan neural parasite, the Crystalline Entity, the giant amoeba, the distortion ring being, the Legaran, Farpoint creature, the Calamarain, even the Mugato might qualify. Of a more fishy form, we have the Antedean. As for life forces, we have the Organians, the Koinonians, Zetarians, Dal'Rok, and the Companion

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Mirime

8 years ago

Must you argue about this?
and take the question with a grain of salt
besides several books that are "offical star trek" books list the borg as a race of thier own

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Mirime

8 years ago

Ok TyMan210 I know that the Borg are not just one race but they become a race of their own when they assmilate any race of being, they are then known as "the colective"
And how about Species 8472 or Swarm Aliens

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TyMan210Mirime

Reply 8 years ago

 Well, it's like calling the Federation a race.

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TyMan210

8 years ago

You know the Borg are not one race. They consist of thousands of races.
So, you cannot really classify them as their own race.

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lemonie

8 years ago

I quite liked Q

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Mirime

8 years ago

Okay fine any that come from earth