Jerry Williams of Nevada is the winner of the Star Trek: First Contact
Latinum Edition Captain Jean-Luc Picard made by Playmates Toys in 1996 — his name was randomly drawn from over 235 entries. There was no question this month as to celebrate the season.
Richard Brandt of Colorado is the winner of the ENTERPRISE Uniform Patch. He knew that other than Majel Barrett-Roddenberry, Nichelle Nichols was the other actress credited as the voice of the Starfleet Computer.
Brian Cahill of Florida is the winner of the 48 x 25.5 inch limited edition Star Trek: USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-D cutaway poster signed by the artists, Christopher Cushman and Gary E. Richardson. He knew the father and son actors who appeared in Star Trek but just not together were Walter Koenig, Pavel Chekov
on the Original Series
, and Andrew Koenig, Tumak
on DS9’s Sanctuary
To celebrate the beginning of our fifth year on the internet, I decided to do something new… I thought it would be cool to hold the first annual LCARSCom.Net Scavenger Hunt
. But due to the lack of interest, no one entered, it will also be the last annual… oh well.
Bryan Miller of Louisiana is the winner of the Limited Edition Star Trek Talosian Latex Maquette. Click on his winning entry below to see the full size version.
Nikolai Stepanov of Canada is the winner of the Klingon Warrior CD Clock. He knew it was Arvada III on which Beverly Crusher’s grandmother first learned about and then practiced the medicinal use of roots and herbs as stated in the TNG episode The Arsenal of Freedom
Mike Corker of England is the winner of the signed copies of the four newly published Section 31 books (courtesy of Pocket Books editor Marco Palmieri – thanks!) and a signed photo of William Sadler, aka Luthor Sloan of Section 31. He knew the moral of the fable The Boy Who Cried Wolf
according to Garek, of DS9
, is to never tell the same lie twice
Fred Link of Massachusetts is the winner of the autographed photo of Nog from DS9, signed by Aron Eisenberg. He knew the legal document, presented as an ominous black scroll that requires individuals to produce a detailed financial statement, is the Writ of Accountability
Camille Demers of Canada is the winner of the signed copy of the Starfleet Library
version of Diane Carey’s Book Best Destiny
. She knew it was Mae C. Jemison who was the real life shuttle astronaut who played transporter officer Lt. Palmer for the Next Generation
episode Second Chances
Tammie Russell of Canada is the winner of the The Star Trek: Klingon Academy
CD-Rom Comouter Game. She knew the Starfleet Serial Number SP-937-215 belongs to Captain Picard and that it was stated in the episode Chain of Command
Bruce Thompson of Tennessee is the winner of the Star Trek: First Contact Latinum Edition Borg Queen
, of which only 5,000 were made. He knew the name of the seventh season Deep Space Nine
episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
translates to In times of war, the laws fall silent
Elsie Lee of Hawaii is the winner of the Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Miniature Fine Art Sculpture produced by the Franklin Mint. She knew it was Janeways’ Father who drowned under a polar ice cap on Tau Ceti Prime.
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