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Thanks Timelines for the 5 year anniversary Chrons, that was awesome . . . but what is the significance of the number 1,337?
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  • I wondered the very same thing. I could understand if it had been 1 chron for each day
  • PeetsPeets ✭✭
    Well, it's 1337 - Leet.

    An informal language or code used on the internet, in which standard letters are often replaced by numerals or special characters.

    adjective: 1337
    (of a person) skilled at computer programming or hacking.
    "the 1337 hacker was rerouting phone calls"
  • Thanks Timelines for the 5 year anniversary Chrons, that was awesome . . . but what is the significance of the number 1,337?

    USS Arcturus (NCC-1337) was a Baton Rouge-class cruiser on active duty in Starfleet during the early- to mid-23rd century. Hmm, ;)
    Dear TP: Non sequitur. Your facts are uncoordinated.
  • Commodore PackCommodore Pack ✭✭✭✭
    Yes indeed, that was a very LEET gift they gave us.
    ALL YOUR CHRONITON ARE BELONG TO US!!!
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  • Peets wrote: »
    Well, it's 1337 - Leet.

    An informal language or code used on the internet, in which standard letters are often replaced by numerals or special characters.

    adjective: 1337
    (of a person) skilled at computer programming or hacking.
    "the 1337 hacker was rerouting phone calls"

    I guess I don't get the joke? What's "funny" about that?
    Hurry up before those things eat Guy!
  • Peets wrote: »
    Well, it's 1337 - Leet.

    An informal language or code used on the internet, in which standard letters are often replaced by numerals or special characters.

    adjective: 1337
    (of a person) skilled at computer programming or hacking.
    "the 1337 hacker was rerouting phone calls"

    I guess I don't get the joke? What's "funny" about that?

    It's funny, but it's not "ha-ha" funny.

    🤡
  • PeetsPeets ✭✭
    edited January 14
    Peets wrote: »
    Well, it's 1337 - Leet.

    An informal language or code used on the internet, in which standard letters are often replaced by numerals or special characters.

    adjective: 1337
    (of a person) skilled at computer programming or hacking.
    "the 1337 hacker was rerouting phone calls"

    I guess I don't get the joke? What's "funny" about that?

    I think 20 years ago it was used often.
    No idea now, I'm no longer in the "cool" kids club :smile:
  • SpaceKatSpaceKat ✭✭✭
    Pretty dated. I would have liked it a lot better if they had used an actual ship registry number, Gene Roddenberry’s or some actor’s date/month of birth, date of Convergence Day, or even Federation Day. Anything with an actual Star Trek connection.
    WRG should never give away any Basic currency without including both Merits and Credits. Even just 150 merits and 15,000 credits. These look like gifts from the gods to new players and are worthless to advanced players. Effectively meaning WRG are only giving a gift to new players.
  • H4v3n7 y0u 3v3r s33n s0m30n3 sp34k t0 y0u 1n 1337 b3f0r3?
  • H4v3n7 y0u 3v3r s33n s0m30n3 sp34k t0 y0u 1n 1337 b3f0r3?

    haha . . . nope . . . just your average human here
    Hurry up before those things eat Guy!
  • SpaceKat wrote: »
    Pretty dated. I would have liked it a lot better if they had used an actual ship registry number, Gene Roddenberry’s or some actor’s date/month of birth, date of Convergence Day, or even Federation Day. Anything with an actual Star Trek connection.

    exactly, would have made more sense instead of some weird "inside joke." but hey, free chronitons is free chronitons
    Hurry up before those things eat Guy!
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