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Star Trek VS Star Wars

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  • William Kistner

    Star Trek would win with one Letter Q and the Borg a Tactical Cube is 1.88 Miles Squared. There is nothing in Star Wars That Could Handle the Borg Oh u Say the Emporer i Say Q. Q can Move Galaxies Vador or the Emporer Can’t.

  • William Kistner

    The Borg is a Forcd of Nature and then you have the Crystline Entity.

  • William Kistner

    The Borg React to any kind of Enery Weapon Including Plasma Weapon and Plasma Swords. The is A force of Nature and Q is the Force.

  • Darth Sidious’ apprentice

    You trekkies are forgetting that Darth Vader killed off the entire jedi order almost single handedly and would wipe his ass with the borg collective. The star federation doesnt have many designated warships while the empire is a galactic civilization that has thousands of star destroyers. Oh and the death star would just blow up planets and destroy starfleet.

    • John

      There’s no evidence that midi-chlorians exist in Star Trek. The Federation’s advanced science hasn’t found them and nobody has figured out how to use anything that could be described as the Force. Without the Force Vader would just be a tall, wheezy cyborg with a plasma sword. The Borg have been seen to adapt to many varieties of advanced weapons and since plasma is relatively primitive, they would have no problem with it. Chances are they’ve encountered dozens, if not hundreds of species that use plasma weapons. Given the fact that Star Trek’s technology is on average superior to Star Wars technology, it stands to reason that any Borg drone is going to be technologically superior to Vader. They’ve assimilated technology from thousands of species and there are trillions of them. If the Empire is a galactic civilization, then evidence points to it being a small galaxy; otherwise, they’re just one part of it. Sources conflict on that point. It’s true that the Federation has few dedicated warships but their technological advantage means that almost all of their non-dedicated warships could beat a Star Destroyer. When you throw in ship classes like the Sovereign, Prometheus, Defiant, and Akira, it becomes obvious that Star Trek has a huge one-on-one advantage. The Death Star wouldn’t be able to blow up many planets before being intercepted by many Starfleet ships. Its superlaser can’t target ships that small so it’d be useless at that point. The Death Star does have many turbolasers but their range and accuracy will be as bad as all other turbolasers. Advanced Starfleet sensors would spot the exhaust pipe weakness and they could target it with exhaust-seeking torpedoes. A good website comparing the two is here: st-v-sw.net. There’s a good page with a full comparison of the two (http://st-v-sw.net/STSWcompare.html) and many in-depth articles. I also recommend watching the youtube videos of idazmi7 and redshirtguy96. They use on-screen footage to compare the two so people can visually see for themselves and come to their own conclusions.

    • Tony Clements

      Umm, Vader didn’t kill pretty much any of the Jedi Order, that was Order 66 from the Emperor. All DV was, was a Death Star construction foreman making sure it got built, the CW troopers killed most of the jedi.

  • Andrew ZHang

    Star Trek would win, Because HAVE YOU SW MORONS EVEN SEEN HOW MUCH DAMAGE A SINGLE FREAKING PHOTON TORPEDO CAN DO?!! Also, Star trek has much more powerful blasters. 150 feet is the maximum amount a Turbolaser can damage on a ship. 2300 feet is the max amount of destruction a phaser at max can do.

  • Andrew ZHang

    If the death star was VS the enterprise, (ANY MODEL), the crew would just unload photon torps toward the main superlaser, which would disable it. next, they could simply beam crew members onboard

  • Godzilla

    If a troupe of SW stormtroopers were in a firefight with ST red shirts, the stormtroopers would still miss every shot and the ST red shirts would still die.

  • Colton Simons

    Star Trek is just overall more classy :)

  • Kennedy Parker

    Both has good and bad points. SW has names that do not really tell what the weapon is. Calling a particle beam weapon a laser is like calling a Colt .45 a slingshot or a 50 cal a catapult. SW seems to always be fighting. ST seems like a Utopian future that explorers and everything belongs to the government. One good thing is money means nothing as long as one is in the Federation. I think a bit of both would be best ST and SW would be best. I could earn for a space ship instead of a car instead of only work aboard one. Both have similar technology minus a few pieces here and their. SW looks to build things out than finding ways to shrink their technology. ST enhances it and shrinks it. I like how different the aliens look in SW compared to ST, but all of them would be freakin great. Know getting SW out of a legend style story and in to something like ST would be great. Like what if SW meets ST on a timeline that the same. SW should have much more advanced tech, and a lot less wars. The Federation and the New Republic would be making trade deals and enhancing eachothers tech if not porting tech to eachothers base tech. Deeper explorations and conflicts to make the story go on.

  • ncwill

    Star Trek would win not because of a numerical or military advantage, but because Trek technology is superior to Wars. Star Trek has transporters, superior weapons, superior shields, and can easily adapt to Star Wars technology. And in case you were wondering, I am only talking about the Federation. The Klingons, Romulans, Cardassia and all the other Trek powers would defeat the Empire within a week.

  • ncwill

    One argument I am getting sick and tired is the Jedi Mind Trick. Wars fans think that the Force can allow any Jedi or Sith to fully control any man, alien, or cyborg ease. However, all canon resources( I don’t accept expanded universe junk) state that the Force can only allow the Jedi or Sith to manipulate, not control, the weak minded. Most Star Trek races, especially Vulcans, are strong minded and can resist the mind trick

  • KaidaStorm

    Really everyone is just arguing what wins out: Magic or Science?

  • william baxter

    Star wars is for kids or basement geeks and yoda can suck my ass! Least star trek is far superior!

  • SwaggyBilbo

    im going to say star wars because it has the force and lightsabers but startrek has cool stuff too but i think a lightsaber is cooler then a phaser just sayin

Star Trek

For over 40 years, Star Trek has been a fixture in Science Fiction television and film. “Star Trek, The Original Series” first aired in September of 1969, featuring the now legendary and unforgettable, William Shatner, as Captain Kirk. Although the ratings struggled and the Original series only lasted three years, Star Trek became a instant cult classic. Since the original series, there have been numerous films and five additional television series’. One of the most widely successful of which was “Star Trek , The Final Frontier”, with Patrick Stewart playing Jean-Luc Picard, captain of the Enterprise.

Star Trek story-lines are based around space exploration and the goal to “to boldly go where no man has gone before”. Each television series depicts the adventures of crews from different star ships. Along the way, conflict is brought about by clashes with alien life forms and the inherit dangers of space exploration.

Some of the memorable Star Trek characters include: Captain Kirk, Captain Picard, Spock, Data , Geordi La Forge, Worf (to name a few).

While Star Trek has always had an overall serious feel, there was always a humorous undertone. Who could forget the episode from Next Generation when Data is learning to understand humor and tries his hand at stand up?

Star Wars

If you were to ask a person what movie comes to mind when you say the word “Sci-Fi”, “Star Wars” would likely be the answer. In a lot of ways, the Star Wars series defined what Sci-Fi is today.

The first Star Wars movie, “Star Wars Episode IV, A New Hope” was released in 1977. Since the release of A New Hope, the series has become a pop culture phenomenon. Every type of merchandise that can be imagined has been created base on the Star Wars films. From video games to drinking cups, there are very few things that don’t offer a Star Wars themed option. Even Motorola jumped on the star wars bandwagon releasing an R2D2 version of their successful Droid Phone in 2010.

The Star Wars films have earned over 4 billion dollars worldwide, making it one of the highest grossing film series in history. The plot of Star Wars is based around the life of Luke and Anakin Skywalker (Darth Vader). To sum it up… with an in depth, well thought out storyline derived from a meticulous attention to detail, the films overall plot is a story depicting an epic battle between good and evil. Luke, a Jedi is the protagonist for “Good” while Darth Vader, a high ranking general of the “the Dark Side” is the protagonist for evil. The two characters meet in the end of an epic journey to make for one of the most memorable moments in film history.

The execution of the film and the special effects in each film have always been ahead of their time. George Lucas and his production company, Lucasfilm was a pioneer in CGI. Lucas pulled out all the stops when it came to special effects and editing techniques in the the Star Wars films. They are known as some of the most groundbreaking films in CGI.

While Star Wars was an instant classic in the theatres as is today a cultural phenomenon, can the longevity and originality of Star Trek hold up in contrast?

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