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Timothy Linnemann
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It seems weird to me to defeat the Borg with diplomacy (ie Borg cubes that have planet tokens). Am I missing something?
 
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Bart Rachemoss
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Maybe it represents you convincing other people who have not yet been assimilated to help you fight the Borg.
 
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Andrew Parks
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As mentioned in the Full Rulebook, page 11:

"During a Borg Cube Assault, the Away Team is considered to have beamed aboard the Borg Cube to contend with the Cube's defenders. Using Diplomacy against these defenders represents an attempt to free the assimilated defenders from their connection to the Hive Mind without directly attacking them."

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Timothy Linnemann
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I was missing something! Thanks for such a prompt correction! :D
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Ted Duby
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Remember the episode with the Borg character Hugh in TNG? I think they tried to implant foreign ideas into the hive through him.
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