lunasto wrote: »
Banned because I don't like your pictures eyebrows! They look like pinball flippers!
doubleohnine wrote: »
Stop the speculation people. Its the VOTH! Gecko said once on a podcast he really wanted to do them in game. And look at how that station makes a Galaxy class look like a TOS shuttle. A space adventure zone would make our starships play like the shuttle craft from that well made Romulan mission. And the size of the Voth would make that happen where space maps could look like ground or interior maps.
TNG is my favorite series, but I voted Voyager for that Delta Quadrant expansion and happy to see the majority agree so far.
The Voth have transwarp ability. Maybe they've decided to reclaim Earth and are making their way back home! :eek:
I dont understand why Cryptic treats the foundry like the stepchild of the game. Cant they understand it provides story content inbetween the LOOOOOOOONG periods of time we wait for Cryptic to give story content. They are basically telling the players to LEAVE for MONTHS at a time while we wait for their Cryptic stories. Surprisingly people are willing to pay to create content and Cryptic still doesnt give a care about the Foundry. Cryptic's grind is too grindy and just runs players off. And LMFAO at Cryptic thinking THEY can provide the Exploration the players want and not realize and invest in a foundry that can actually provide it.
jumpingjs wrote: »
Sorry, got carried away ...
And Enterprise is not bad!
I loved it!
What has DS9 got that is new , hard and/or interesting species , that the other series's do not. I do not think DS9 were that good on the exploring front.
icegavel wrote: »
Note they said new enemy. We already have the Undine. I say 10:1 it's the Voth.
meimeitoo wrote: »
I just read 'new' enemy as simply 'being introduced to STO.' There was really only 1 deadly enemy in Voyager, and that was Species 8472. So, my money is still on the Undine.
P.S. Borg is kinda deadly too; but not Voyager-specific.
thegreendragoon1 wrote: »
Sweet! Wasn't expecting one of these.
It sounds like lots of big plans. No mention of the Foundry or PVP, but those are issues for more specific groups and less applicable to the general community. Still I hope you'll still find time on the schedule for those.
metalhead40 wrote: »
Instead of more new content I would like to see basic things fixed. for example:
-when I move something from inventory to a slot on a ship or anywhere else it should happen instantly, not occasionally take over a minute to complete( this doesn't happen in other mmo's why does it happen in this one)
-the same button should be used for enter on all windows, not F key on some, Enter key on others, and click only on still others.
-there needs to be an option to not have everything be a damn pop up window, everyone hates pop ups, make things clickable instead if that's what we want
-FIX THE HOTBUTTON BAR, I despise having my hot bar fill itself up with buttons I don't want there continuously and every time I zone to the point of considering quitting sto forever, every other mmo has customizable hotbars that remember what buttons are there and what buttons are not, but not STO
-Fix the controller issue, I want to be able to use my controller or joystick to do more than steer, I want to be able to program the buttons to fire torpedoes or check my mail or even "gasp!" have the throttle actually work.
from what I can see, sto is Years behind other mmo's in interface functionality. everquest 2 doesn't have these problems, eve online doesn't have these problems, so why does STO still have them more than 3 years after launch and they never get fixed? get with it guys. time to get your **** together.
asardetemplari wrote: »
The Borg were wimps.
januhull wrote: »
It'll be either the Voth or the Vaduar. Frankly, I'd rather see some full frontal Iconian revelations, but I'll take what I can get. I would like to see some access to the Gamma or Delta quadrants, myself.
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