Unnamed bridge officers
I'm a little unclear on the unnamed bridge officers... In one image I only see a hand!? Is it worth mentioning something if the only thing there is to show for it is a body part?--"Ad astra per aspera" 02:27, March 29, 2011 (UTC)
- Yes, because it still means there was an unnamed crewmember there. If you had a family photograph taken and the photographer accidently cuts you out of it, aside from your arm, does that mean you are not part of the family? No and the same thing applies to the crewmember. Even though only a small part of him/her was seen on-screen, they were still seen and therefore it is worthy of mention :) --| TrekFan Open a channel 02:34, March 29, 2011 (UTC)
I don't believe the "family photograph" is particularly a good analogy, but I get the point. I think having images that are of such vague quality that it is impossible to determent if these body parts might belong to officers that have been seen in full elsewhere (or not), that it seems a little to far fetched to mention them.--"Ad astra per aspera" 03:03, March 29, 2011 (UTC)
- While that might be true in other similar cases, I don't think it is here, since we didn't really see any other Yamato personnel. We're pretty safe with showing the parts as a member of the crew, I think.
- Does this mean we need to mention here the 13 unnamed people who died in the Yamato's shuttlebay? --31dot 11:07, March 29, 2011 (UTC)