OK what’s up with Jin’s glove, last panel it’s on the wrong hand and in the 1st panel it’s not their
No energy weapons?
Time for a little Kirk-Fu.
Oh, looks like the borg have finally won.
Also…can anyone say “Bat’leth”?
Original geometric Borg shields, too, the good kind, and they have the vulnerability to physical attack, which is yet another Borg feature. Good thing our heroin already has a healthy fear of that implant, hopefully she has the presence of mind to throw her drink, and follow up with a sound beating.
I expect cooler reactions from Starfleet personnel, but if our prisoner in time gets to be the one to strike first, effectively, then I cannot complain.
Well, judging from the red turtlenecks, they’re both Cadets. So maybe they just haven’t seen enough feldercarb yet to be properly salty.
Although why they’ve been issued sidearm phasers as opposed to the little holdout phasers is beyond me. But hey, 2280s Cold (klingon) war paranoia.
I like your explanations, and I forgot the orange shirt means cadets. As cadets I agree they shouldn’t be armed, but another explanation could be that Starfleet really sees it more as a tool than a weapon, considering how utterly versatile it is. They are also very trusting of their personnel, even though they don’t walk around the ships armed, except in “Yesterday’s Enterprise.” That episode goes nicely with the Klingon paranoia idea.
I think Type 1 phasers make the most sense for diplomatic situations, and assassinations, same as how high profile security types might have a machine pistol concealed inside their jacket rather than on a sling or in their hands when not immediately needed. Conversely, cops who are armed tend to be prominently armed, probably for the overt threat.
Uh oh…Time for a colorful metaphor?
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