Is there anybody other than me who was deeply depressed by this ending? Imagine this, you wake up, in a strange place, not quite yourself...and then you were told that you died. You are presented with proof that you died, and while you can barely remember your life, bits and pieces of it are still there and therefore what you feel, is being stranded, in this strange, undead world. The things you miss aren't around you, you are told that you don't have the freedom to leave.
...so she finally escapes, but discover, things very intergral to our lives, our perceptions; taste, and our appearance, heck, her Human DNA structure, is just, /gone/.
I felt that she gave up in the end though, because ya, we shouldn't look back into the past and get struck there, but what about the future? If she is going to be Kobali, can't she be a Kobali member of the Federation? ...instead of injections, aren't there such a thing as yee old plastic surgery? If the hair won't go back, there's wig, drag queens been doing it back in the 20th century regularly. God, in her place, I won't go back to an undead world one isn't free to live, an undead world where you are made and stay made instead of blazing your own path out. I would have went with Voyager, hope I get back to Federation space, and then go through every single thing on the menu until I find something that isn't gray paste and doesn't taste metallic.
Endings like this, is why I miss the original Star Trek, the one which, ya know, is full of LIFE. - Scout Finch
Differences between this article and Lyndsay Ballard, her Human identity Edit
I just feel like this could be really pared down. There's a lot of overlap, but I don't know how to fix it. How much do you take from one page and move to the other, etc. --LauraCC (talk) 15:26, June 25, 2016 (UTC)