Given that it was a military ship (no families) in that timeline, should Guinan have even been there?

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    While excluding families I don't see a reason why being a military ship would preclude non-military roles... You still need medical (even if battle field level and not on-going/respite care) and science (even if not exploratory or purely reserarch based). Presumably you'd still also have personnel to tend bar and cut hair etc...? (plus Guinan's pretty good with a phaser - she nailed Worf on that holodeck game) – Jon Clements Oct 6 '18 at 7:58
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    "she nailed Worf on that holodeck game" If the flagship's security officer gets beaten by a wide margin by the ship's bartender, no wonder why then the Enterprise gets boarded and the crew taken hostage every other episode... – Rebel-Scum Oct 6 '18 at 8:48
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    Worf gets routinely "nailed" by everybody. Little old ladies, children, out of shape old men, any one and every one can kick his ass - and does kick his ass. – JRE Oct 6 '18 at 9:20
  • Don’t insert spaces when searching for tags. Type “StarTrek” (no quotes). – Ham Sandwich Oct 6 '18 at 9:51
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    Of course given how that timeline goes, she shouldn't have met Picard in the 1890s. But then maybe that's why she has such a sense things are wrong... – Stephen Collings Oct 6 '18 at 13:15

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