You obviously don't know how this works. We absolutely know what those limits are. Namely, anything the Borg have managed to assimilate. Which decidedly doesn't include Wars technology.
And we don't know everything that the borg managed to assimilate except more species than any shown on star trek and for thousands of centuries.
How about you show evidence for that.
sure here from "I Borg":
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge: Part of what we do is learn more about other species.
Third of Five: We assimilate species. Then we know everything about them.
I'm pretty sure everything would include how to create durasteal
from voyager episode "The Gift"
TORRES: What about these linkages. Every time I pull one out another one comes back in it's place.
SEVEN: Autonomous regeneration sequencers. They function to counteract resistance.
KIM: Amazing. How did you come up with the pattern duplication design?
SEVEN: We came up with nothing. The Borg assimilated this technology in Galactic Cluster three from species two five nine.
KIM: I'll start here. You said the Borg got this stuff from species two five nine. Who are they? Guess the Borg meet a lot of people, don't they? Stupid question. So, what's it like out there in Galactic Cluster three?
SEVEN: Beyond your comprehension.
KIM: Try me.
SEVEN: Galactic Cluster three is a transmaterial energy plane intersecting twenty two billion omnicordial life forms.
KIM: Ah. Interesting.
They obtain new technology from species unlike their own. Their entire existence is dependant on learning from new species and new technology with a goal of perfection. That's why most people would just take it as a given that if a drone encounter with star wars technology would look something like this:
When they couldn't be arsed to armour their drones against KE/momentum throughout all of Star Trek. The term 'No' comes to mind. Presupposes they can ever a)find out how to make and b) find the means TO make durasteel to begin with.
In all of star trek, really? the 29th century borg had reactive body armour, multidimensional adaptability, and Internal transporter nodes. The doctor also states the borg have body armour in episode "the gift". Body armour by its very nature protects against momentum.
Which is why they routinely beam over nonoprobes instead of sending over Drones to inject them mechanically...oh wait! And we ll know transporters work perfectly well through shields.
... My guess is you must not know what adapt means.
1. (often foll by to) to adjust (someone or something, esp oneself) to different conditions, a new environment, etc.
2. (tr) to fit, change, or modify to suit a new or different purpose
we saw the borg queen was going to use this strategy in voyager episode "Dark Frontier".
As long as it's technology considerably inferior to or at best on par to their own.
They wouldn't have been able to reach the level they're at now if this were the case.
So basically you're admitting they couldn't outside a 'Q/Trelaine/ROB/Valen gave it to them' scenario.
I'm admitting that the scenario is already set up as are every other vs scenario. I could talk all day about countless situations which brought it to this point but its irrelavent since it wouldn't change where the scenario is at. The setting takes place where the borg have a fully assimilated deathstar II. That's all there is too it. Assimilated sw tech is a given obviously.
If the only way they could get to that point is Divine Intervention, that says something about your scenario right there and then.
The only way to get to any sw vs st scenario is divine intervention though, they're two seperate franchises. That's all it says to me.
Not for any reasonable scenario, no. Presupposes they can assimilate Star Wars technology to begin with. They didn't become unstoppable in Trek, which not only has hopelessly inferior technology than Wars but is by and large reigned by complete and utter morons.
Sure they became unstoppable before. In the next generation episode "Parallels", there was a quantum reality where the borg destroyed the federation.
Or it may simply have been because you didn't know how to address the point.
I think so, I just don't think people like the conclusions. But even in that case, that's not considered a concession by an opposing view.