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Harrad-Sar's barge

Harrad-Sar's barge was a design of Orion starship that was piloted by Harrad-Sar.

Harrad-Sar's barge was equipped with powerful weapon systems. It also had scanners that could detect mineral deposits below the surface of a planet, although their results could sometimes be incomplete. The ship was capable of receiving and transmitting visual communications between itself and another vessel. It had an advanced propulsion system and was capable of extremely erratic and swift movements. If its engines were damaged, the craft could still use its on-board impulse drive. The vessel was also able to dock with other ships and was capable of towing spacecraft with the use of a towing cable, a tactic that was often utilized to commandeer enemy vessels.

At least two rooms were contained within the craft. The vessel's bridge had a padded, black chair directly facing a visual communications device that was slightly to the side of a brilliant white light. Behind the chair, three tiny lights hung from the ceiling at different angles and helped to illuminate the room. The lights were positioned between the padded chair and a wall decorated with an intricate Orion design. The wall itself was brown but its Orion design incorporated little green lights.

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Locutus of Borg

Locutus of Borg

You will disarm all weapons and escort us to sector zero-zero-one where we will begin the assimilation of your culture and technology.
(TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II"; DS9: "Emissary")

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