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  • It is a relevant message and I think it will always be a relevant message because the world will always be plagued by warfare
  • The story gives us a look at both sides of the issue of modifying individuals for combat, and in the end, leaves it up to the viewer to decide if such a practice would be wise to be pursued or not should we develop the means
  • This is definitely an enjoyable episode that manages to tell an intriguing science fiction story while at the same time, be a preview of something that could actually happen in our future

    • by GenesisOne
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      Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Hunted is an episode that is not quite as powerful or meaningful as “The High Ground” is, however, it too speaks of an important message that is worthy of being discussed and not simply cast aside. It is a relevant message and I think it will always be a relevant message because the world will always be plagued by warfare.

      This episode looks at how a society treats those that are bred for war.

      The society that the Enterprise visits


      in this episode have literally created a sub-group of people that a stronger, faster and smarter than average people and they have been created to fight the wars.

      However, once the wars are over, the soldiers are not allowed to return home and be reintegrated into society due to a few incidents that transpired when the modified soldiers first began to return home.

      One of the soldiers escapes from the lunar colony and the Enterprise, in orbit, intercepts him after some rather ingenious military strategies are implemented ...


      • by the soldier.

        Once on board the Enterprise, a struggle and a manhunt ensure before the soldier is immobilized.

        The story gives us a look at both sides of the issue of modifying individuals for combat, and in the end, leaves it up to the viewer to decide if such a practice would be wise to be pursued or not should we develop the means.

        It is an episode that will challenge the viewer to think about an issue, like so many episodes that are a part

        of season three of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

        Also like so many episodes that are a part of this season, the dialogue is generally quite strong and natural and the action is handled well, as are the special effects.

        This is definitely an enjoyable episode that manages to tell an intriguing science fiction story while at the same time, be a preview of something that could actually happen in our future.

        This episode is just another piece of work that can serve as a warning for future generations.




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