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Please also note that information from (and about) novels, games, comics, etc belongs in Apocrypha sections. -- sulfur 17:55, September 6, 2010 (UTC)
Was told by another administrator that it belonged in background camorite 14:05 9-6-10
- I told you. Sorry I should have been more precise. Sometimes I use background/Apocrypha interchangeably. The way I see it, anything that is not canon is background of some sorts. Anyway, my bad. Sulfur was more precise: it belongs into Apocrypha. – Distantlycharmed 18:14, September 6, 2010 (UTC)
no problem, just relieved we got it straightened out. camorite 14:33 9-6-10
Please keep in mind that information in articles needs to be cited from some authoritative source- such as comments from Star Trek staff in interviews or from books, DVD extras, etc. Statments whose only source is "some fans" are merely an opinion and not encyclopedic.--31dot 22:57, September 10, 2010 (UTC)
- the those people are dead wrong on this. just watch the scene closely and you will see what i mean by that. Picard clearly caught the drones by compleat surprise, in a room full of holographic characters. This makes it invalid to the point. On top of that the statement is incorect, as the Borg do adapt to physical attacks. they are seen dodgeing these kind of attacks in both First Contact and Unimatrix Zero. camorite 7:15pm 9-10-10
If you believe that, you can certainly challenge the passage on the talk page, but what "many fans" believe is not relevant unless some authoritative source makes such a comment.--31dot 23:25, September 10, 2010 (UTC)
very well you poiont is taken, but you could have at least left in the part about the limited adabptation, because we have seen the borg adapt to hand to hand combat before, if you doubt me jsut watch Unimatrix Zero again and you will see what i am talking about. camorite 7:50pm 9-10-10