For every toon that has good gear and a lot of resources pumped into them, there are two who are barely developed. Lt. Adam Kunzel is one of my newest toons, and also one who has very little resources dedicated to him. His entire build is done on the cheap, but for what he is, Adam is not ineffectual. I thought I’d use him as a template and write a guide for new STO players, on one possible setup for an inexpensive endgame ship.
We are still in the midst of arranging for mom’s funeral, but as many people keep telling me, it’s just as important to get back to our daily lives. In that sense, STO has been very helpful; it’s something to keep my mind busy so that I don’t (unhealthily) overthink about real life.
As you probably all know already, Cryptic released a new line of “Miracle Worker” ships recently. There are some controversy over them and it’s time for Heidy to take a look at them.
Son’a Dreadnought coming to another R&D promotion. Yes, this is the same extra-extra-extra-exclusive deal with the TOS Constitution and the butt-ugly Enterprise-J, both of which cost like a trillion-gajillion EC to buy from the Exchange. If you want this guy here, be prepared to shell out some cold, hard EC.
Have you sat in ESD orbit and checked other player ships around you? I do that a lot. And when you check them, the only ship information you get are the ship’s name, ship class (when it’s displayed correctly) and its hull value. While hull value is hardly the end-all-be-all stat, it does give you a rough idea of how tough that ship is.
….. I mean the Vorgon Ryn’kodan carrier, has arrived! After a 25-day wait (albeit minimal grinding effort on Risa), me and most of the playerbase are now in possession of the Fish Ship.