Space, the final frontier...
TC Trek Trivia is the only pub trivia in the Twin Cities that dedicated exclusively to Star Trek!!! Trek Trivia Minneapolis takes place at 7pm on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at the Driftwood CharBar, located at 44th and Nicollet Ave in south Minneapolis. Each month, dozens of Twin City Trekkies, Trekkers and Trek-newbies gather at the Driftwood in South Minneapolis to test their knowledge of all things Trek! Every TC Trek Trivia features questions about the seven Star Trek television series (TOS, TAS, TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT) and all twelve feature films (yes, including the latest from JJ Abrams).
Trivia consists of Five Rounds, Ten questions each:
THE FIRST ROUND IS GENERAL TREK, QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO ALL THINGS STAR TREK
THE SECOND ROUND IS THE PICTURE ROUND, IN WHICH YOU HAVE TO IDENTIFY…PICTURES
THE THIRD ROUND ARE QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO THE STAR TREK SHIPS, TECHNOLOGY & CULTURES
THE FOURTH ROUND IS THE AV ROUND, WHERE YOU’LL COMPLETE THE QUOTE SHOWN IN THE VIDEO
THE FINAL ROUND IS A Wild Card, with topics varying month to month. Previous Round 5 categories include Drunk Trek the Intoxicated Side of the Galaxy, Guess the Guest Star and Sexy Trekkie-Love & Relations in Star Trek
Rules of TC Trek:
No smartphones, laptops, tablets, reference guides, books, graphic novels, hitchhiker’s guides or other sources of information other than your-and your team’s knowledge are allowed.
Write your team name at the top of the answer sheet
Please write answers legibly
Any disputed answers defer to Memory-Alpha as the final authority
Unless otherwise stated in the question, Correct Spelling isn’t necessary, however they answers must be reasonably decipherable
Always tip your waitress
Each correct answer is worth ONE POINT. This includes multiple part answers, for example: If the question is “what are the names of the Klingon sisters who plotted to instal the illegitimate son of DOO-ROSS as head of the High Council?” To get the point your answer woul d be Lursa and BAY-TOR, or Bay-TOR and Lursa, either way, it needs to have both.