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  • Even though this calendar is now two years out of date, I would still recommend it to those that find the Enterprise D to be a gorgeous vessel and would love to see it in beautiful artist renditions

    • by GenesisOne
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      Star Trek Ships of the Line 2007 Wall Calendar is a calendar that really focuses a lot on the Galaxy Class Enterprise D. Multiple pages of the calendar are dedicated to the vessel, while other vessels, namely the Enterprise E, are missing entirely.

      Fans of Voyager and the Constitution class Enterprise will


      not have much to look at either.

      Other vessels like the Defiant and Enterprise C along with the NX-01 do appear, although simply not as much as the Enterprise D.

      Other vessels, like the Romulan Warbird and Borg vessel, the later complete with Starfleet vessels assaulting it with phaser and torpedo fire,


      • appear as well.

        Unlike with most calendars, more emphasis is placed on the artwork than the actually usability of the calendar.

        By that, I mean good luck having sufficient room to write notes or reminders! Unless you have super small handwriting capabilities and super strong eyes, you will not be using this

        calendar for much other than to look at the beautiful artwork or to check the date.

        Even though this calendar is now two years out of date, I would still recommend it to those that find the Enterprise D to be a gorgeous vessel and would love to see it in beautiful artist renditions.




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