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T'Pol - Starfleet - Minimalist - Star Trek: Enterprise - Trektangle Trektangles - startrek - vulcan

by Trektangles
DESCRIPTION

Using 100% woven polyester, these premium quality area rugs boast an exceptionally soft touch and high durability. Available in three versatile sizes (2' x 3', 3' x 5', 4' x 6') they are the perfect accent to any room in your home, featuring thousands of designs from your favorite artists on a subtle chevron pattern. Machine washable; non-skid pad not included.

ABOUT THE ART

T'Pol was a Vulcan assigned to Jonathan Archer's Warp 5 ship the Enterprise NX-01. Archer was not the biggest fan of Vulcans at first, and this caused problems. However, the more Archer was exposed to the Vulcan way of thinking, and the more T'Pol was exposed to the human way of thinking, they started to find a happy medium.

It seems the marriage of Human emotions and Vulcan logic was just what was required for great harmony of achievement.

Now, T'Pol was originally placed on the ship to act somewhat as a spy for the Vulcan High Command. This would prove problematic. Though, as time went on and she developed feeling and relationships with the crew of the Enterprise, T'Pol found herself siding with her human friends over the Vulcans, seeing it as the logical choice.

This would eventually lead to her being removed from a seat of Vulcan power - luckily for all, however, she was able to enlist in Starfleet and carry on in her important role.

It should also be noted that she was the mother of the first Human-Vulcan child, a parentage she shared with Trip. Even if the child was formed through stolen DNA.




kevin saint grey commented on August 16, 2014 11:34am
very cool!
Chrisb Marquez commented on August 19, 2014 8:23am
looks awsome!
Trektangles commented on August 20, 2014 6:57am
Thanks a lot.
Roger Wedegis commented on August 31, 2014 3:52pm
Very cool!