Ah, you see. Not even the Scarlet witch will help erase your presence from this thread.
But you're not an idiot. That doesn't mean I agree with you though. And here's why...
They have time traveled, but name one instance where they used it to win a war. It's not a stable enough weapon for them to use, and is only used when it is an absolute necessity, in such instances when they need to bring wales from the past, or an adversary has gone back in time first to assimilate humanity. There have been other instances, but it isn't a weapon they can just pull out any time they want, and use like a phaser, or the Enterprise
. If they tried to, it would work against them 99% of the time. That's why they don't use time travel to fix all the bad things that have happened in the past. A lot times I remeber something, but it turns out it never happened.
Including all the races of both is fine, but you can't have the Empire fight on the side of the Republic against the Borg and the Federation. There has to be some semblance of reality for any kind of meaningful judgment to be made on the matter. The Republic could and would never back up the Empire, and the Borg would never back up the Federation.
Are you trying to say I'm not a fan of Star Trek
? Because that isn't true at all. I'm telling you what I think, based on certain facts, and there is no way any single one of the main governments in Star Trek
can take on their counter parts in Star Wars
when they have such limited man power and transportation issues. Q, on the other hand never did anything to actually change the fate of the Star Trek
galaxy. He can basically do anything, but, as I recall, there are rules for the Q, and there are certain things they will never do, probably because it is beneath them. Now, if you want to use Q in this way, go right ahead, but he will be out of character, and there is no answer for that. All I can say is that Q has never made any civilization vanish, or harmed another civilization to the extent that you're talking about.. Strange hyperspace time anomalies have never had a place in Star Wars.
That is Star Trek
territory through and through.
Possibly, possibly not. Now this is a scenario that actually makes sense. A Star Wars
super weapon, against a Star Trek
super weapon. It's simple, and conceivable. The fact of the matter is that both super weapons can be stopped, and under certain circumstances, either one could win. In Star Trek
, that drill has to be used in order to use red matter to destroy a planet. I'd like to see them get it close enough to the Death Star to use it. It is a rather large target.
From a certain point of view, this can be viewed as an instance where time travel worked against everyone involved, and wasn't used to fix things back to the way they were.