Remind me the significance of the heat pits again please?
They are the red dots over their eyes—the males have 3 and the females have 2. Given kilm are people who rely mostly on vision, it is probably very upsetting to lose one and see another lose one…kind of like a human losing an external ear. Our ears aren’t necessarily a predominant feature, and you don’t necessarily need both of your external ears to hear (though it’s probably an adjustment hearing…but nothing like going deaf), but losing an external ear is a very noticeable injury.
Oh, that really sucks. Jael’s a horrible friend.
There are infrared sensing eyes, but not moving like eyeballs. They can detect prey in very low light-levels, … akin to seeing in the dark.
In the corner of the room La gives Li a significant look and ever so slowly one of the thick financial magazines that Akiba was readying while waiting slowly starts to slide itself, closer … closer … closer to the edge of the table. Quietly and with steady pace, it inexorably moves closer to the edge. Li grins wickedly when she realizes the loud slap it’s going to make when it hits the floor.
Suddenly, unseen by any Kilm, it slides faster towards the precipice…
Recently the twins explained how they influence people to be inclined towards doing something but could not force them to – “they can make an Admiral think of a use for someone she’d otherwise dismiss”.
So it could be implied from that that Ten could have been kicked out of the Academy for his transgressions a lot sooner, or at least not admitted into the pilot training program, if the Admiral had not been inspired to consider him for the suicide squadron from the very start.
Well then, I guess Maev had her reasons for keeping Ten around after all.
Possibly more than one reason.
We shall see!
Well, Ten has some “interesting” Career options upon graduating.
I believe Lt. Worf said it best; “Every day on a starship is a good day on a starship, when you’ve got Stridor’s Syndrome!”
At least that’s what he said, if I remember it correctly. STtNGen was a long time ago.
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