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ShinRa
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« on: 05 09, 2008, 11:23: AM »

It's a theory i've had on the back burner recently, imo that's why Klingon ships (especially BOP class i've noticed) look incredibly dirty and smokey inside, now I don't want to go the obvious route and blame it on a percieved lack of hygene in the part of the crews, that and I feel it fits with the "brutal" aspect of Klingon technology.

Discuss if ya want  Cheesy
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« Reply #1 on: 09 12, 2008, 01:06: AM »

Good point, I have often wondered this and i have heard mention that they propulsion systems tend to be less efficient then the federation counterpart systems. One thing that i have thought is that Klingons don't seem to set much store with comfort, and that could be in the design ethos of the ships. The parts for the engines, weapons and wing geometry/landing gear that are messy could be more exposed and add a layer of dirt to things. However thats just my theory i have no idea if its right or not.
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