Sympathy for the Devil is a compilation album by Laibach and follows on from their Beatles cover album Let It Be. Sympathy for the Devil features seven cover versions of the Rolling Stones song "Sympathy for the Devil" and one original Laibach track. The tracks are recorded both by Laibach and a variety of side projects with Laibach members (including Dreihunderttausend Verschiedene Krawalle and Germania). Laibach: "Sympathy for the Devil (Time for a Change)" – 5:43.
Sympathy for the Borg. Matthew Allen Newland. The idea of the mystical body of Christ has always been one of great interest to me, as there was always something about it at odds with the mentality in which I was raised: "Be yourself", etc. was (and remains) the mantra of the day, and the whole idea of being but a single part of something larger did not always sit well
containing no crisis to give everyone a good start - We used a custom dice for space lanes with the distribution 5x2, 3x3, 2x4 (to allow for more systems on a 3’x3’ Field and to improve the 4 player game).
The Borg are a fictional alien group that appear as recurring antagonists in the Star Trek franchise. The Borg co-opt the technology and knowledge of other alien species to the Collective through the process of "assimilation": forcibly transforming individual beings into "drones" by injecting nanoprobes into their bodies and surgically augmenting them with cybernetic components.
The Romulans have always been underutilized - to some regard, the limit that we have seen of them has IMO added to their intrigue, in contrast to the Borg, who many argue were diminished by overuse. I think they suffered in some regard from the 'personality transplant' that occurred between them and the Klingons between TOS and TNG. Really, I suppose it is TNG that is to blame for this. The Klingons seen in the films prior really didn't appear to have much in the way of honor
The Romulans seemingly showed less restraint, being much less concerned by ethics and more by practical concerns. In a situation where the Federation and the Romulans are they only civilizations left standing against an overwhelming Borg onslaughter, both ethical and political concerns are likely to fall away