I think this part of the sentance should be removed.

(including the rarely seen Kzinti, who are not mentioned in any other Star Trek material due to legal complications with Larry Niven).

From what I've read there are no legal complications, and the Larry Niven actually wrote the episode this is referring to. Jaz 22:29, 23 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Yes, Larry Niven wrote the episode "The Slaver Weapon" (or rather The Soft Weapon), but it was later decided to avoid the Kzinti topic in Star Trek to keep the two universes seperated. The sentence should stay because it pretty much nails down the studio's attitude to the Kzinti. -- Kobi - (Talk) 15:09, 24 Jun 2005 (UTC)

What does this mean? Edit

In the opener, it reads

"...oldest and most thoroughly tested" game...
"Most thoroughly tested?!"

  1. How in the world does one quantify that,
  2. what does it mean ("most played"?), and
  3. who says that (i.e., the source)?

Sorry to be so pedantic, but I think accuracy and clarity are important for an encyclopædia – even a wiki-based Trek one. Cepstrum (talk) 11:20, March 17, 2011 (UTC)