Welcome to my profile!
Some things about me:
I'm a married 20-something woman from Canada.
- Animals and nature are my passion.
- I'm an artist. Realism, portraits, cartoons and concept art are my favourite genres.
- I enjoy photography, especially nature photography.
- I play three instruments: The piano, violin and tin whistle.
- I'm a sci fi geek!
- I'm a cosplayer!
- Favourite TV shows: Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, Babylon 5, Firefly, Continuum, Castle, Chuck, Arrow, The Flash, The Big Bang Theory, The Office, Parks and Recreation
- Favourite Video Game: Mass Effect Trilogy
I am a born again Christian.
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Arr, here be SPOILERS
Janeway was never one to fully follow the rules throughout the series. She bent the rules of the Prime Directive countless times - and that was one thing I liked about her. I mean, face it, the Federation's "non-interference" policy, while it's good most of the time, doesn't apply to certain situations. Because of this, I don't think it's out of character for her ignore the Temporal Prime Directive..
I always figured that "future Admiral Janeway" probably knew she had to go back to that specific point in the timeline, because that was the crucial moment to defeat the Borg and get Voyager back.
Admiral Janeway giving tech to Captain Janeway? Not sure about that one. Never thought about it much before. It's been a while since I've seen it so I don't remember all the small details.
As for them not celebrating/setting foot on Earth; I liked it. It was simple and clean; looking out the viewscreen and finally seeing Earth. I don't think they needed some long, drawn out celebration at the end with streamers and music. Star Wars already did that...and it was cheesy.
You want a bad ending? Go watch Enterprise! (LOL) You'll think Voyager's ending is amazing after seeing that crappy episode. Oh, I forgot. We Enterprise fans aren't supposed to talk about that episode. It doesn't exist.
The Mass Effect trilogy is one amazing ride from start to finish. It's like a novel, movie and game all rolled into one. I would argue that it rivals sci-fi greats like "Star Wars".
Nothing could have prepared me for the epic ride I was about to take through that amazing universe. I had never played a game that made me feel like I was part of it. The sense of awe and wonder as I explored new planets, made choices that changed the storyline was unparalleled. I have never, before or since, played a video game that put me on such an emotional roller coaster. I was so invested in the characters, so invested in the plot.
A game never kindled that feeling in me before. It will always hold a special place with me.
I've played the piano since I was 6 (I'm 28 now) and picked up the violin and tin whistle at least 10 years ago.
My parents wanted me to learn an instrument and enrolled me in piano lessons. I hated it at the time. Now I love playing the piano, it's calming and gives me joy. I really enjoy playing by ear and making up my own songs, even though I was trained up to grade 8 in The Royal Conservatory of Music (Canada).
I took up violin and tin whistle because of my Celtic heritage and my love for that type of music. Nothing makes me misty eyed like good celtic music.
I can't wait for Mass Effect 4! I am a huge fan of the trilogy and feel like a little kid awaiting Christmas.
Sadly "Christmas" doesn't come 'til 2017 :(
There are too many to pick just one!
Probably Stargate: SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis
Other shows that rival for my "favourite" spot:
- Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise
There are lots more but I will end it there.