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« on: 02 13, 2010, 12:25: AM »

kaplah! I'm hoping to locate a good schematic of bop including consol design and routes for power through the ships body to systems Embarrassed, also is there anywhere i can see the 8 symbols used by the makers as design elements... a little help- or die!

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« Reply #1 on: 02 15, 2010, 11:56: AM »

Look further down the front page and you will find The Klingon Science Lab. The second division of the lab is devoted to Klingon Technology and Engineering. I encourage you to explore there; just do not touch anything without express permission. Our Technologies Master is very protective of his toys. }}; )  Pay special attention to the Bird of Prey Schematics Required and Computer Display Panels threads. There are multiple links within the first thread that may lead you to the information you seek, and a detailed image within the second.

If you do not find the information you are looking for, by all means post your questions. The more specific the question, the more likely you are to get a reply. For example, can you elaborate on the eight symbols you mention as being used by the makers as design elements in the appropriate section? I don’t recognize the reference or the context at all.

I must caution you: interrogation is a fine art, and not to be undertaken lightly. “A little help- or die!” is more likely to result in either a laugh or a challenge of honor. It is also a bit heavy-handed for use in the Reception Hall, where we aim for at least a veneer of diplomacy. In both cases, a more subtle approach in questioning is more likely to yield replies. In the words of Anticitizen, “The only substitute for good manners is fast reflexes.” This is especially important in places such as our Reception Hall, where all but dress weapons are scanned for and must be checked at the entrance.

Since this is the Reception Hall and you are a newcomer, I ask what brought you here besides your search for BoP schematics. Are there other aspects of Klindom that tie into them? Perhaps you are of an artistic bent and researching the details of a painting, or are a modeling enthusiast looking to make your creations as authentic and realistic as possible? Perhaps you are looking for specifics to lend credibility to an RP character or a story? Tell us!

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Gaffers make appreciative and supportive remarks in the form of bad imitations of primate calls from the direction of the lighting grids.
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