1) Shuttle pilot:
"Sir, I have an onboard systems failure. You'll have to tell me where I am."
"Can't confirm. My instruments are haywire."
"... losing more power! My flight control computer's fried."
2) Tasha Yar:
"Ben must have had no control left, otherwise he would have picked a better spot."
3) Jean-Luc Picard
"And Number One, I don't believe the location shuttle crash and the proximity of this creature is necessarily a coincidence."
"Why do you intrude into my space?"
From this dialogue it seems armus was able to "reach"into space to sense the shuttle's presence, disrupt/destry its instrumentation, drain its power, and pull the shuttle to its immediate vicinity. Therefore I believe there is storyline justification for Armus interacting with people/ships in space and thus for a dual dilemma.
Also, I believe it will be best if Consume Me! were a dual dilemma for gameplay reasons. As the introduction of a new type of dilemma, it will best serve the playability of the dilemma if it were dual. Planet and space dilemma slots continue to be fairly limited and I'm uncertain that Consume Me! will be able to, as frequently as is hoped, "make the cut" and displace some of the more valuable planet dilemmas. If the dilemmas is to serve as a "carrot" for Consume dilemmas, it will best be able to perform this function as a dual dilemma. Finally, if one were to remove the story entirely (which, incidently, I believe does indicate a dual dilemmas) and just consider Consume Me!'s gametext, there is nothing that indicates that it would/should be a specific dilemmas type.
I think we should put it up to a vote. What do you think?
Tu m'as pris dÃ¨s le premier "moi."
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