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Join Date: Oct 2012
Posts: 375
# 45
04-24-2013, 08:50 PM
Lobi Gear.
Lockbox Gear.
Fleet Ships.
C-Store Ships.
Dilithium bought gear (whether special item, Fleet, or reputation - folks couldn't convert Dil to Zen unless there are those looking to convert Zen to Dil).
Consider even EC items off the Exchange, eh? How do many folks generate EC? Either through selling items they can sell acquired through the avenues above or through selling Keys/FSMs.

You can complete ESTFs with whatever gear you obtained through running missions. You can do it in your RA ship. You can do it with whatever miscellaneous loot you picked up along the way and with mission rewards.

Take that ship into PvP.

Then look around at the other ships.

I've never understood Cryptic saying PvP doesn't generate revenue...unless it's a case that if the ship is even used for 0.00000001% PvE then it is not considered PvP revenue

without a doubt, its pvp that drives alot or the MAJOR revenue for the game- cause comon, who would really grind this long, buy this much, to just what LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! role stop the computer


I took Kirkinator from 1-50 in under 2 weeks just doing doff missions and occasionally doing the mirror event- then hoped into elite STFs with YES off the shelf c-store ship white weapons and destroyed the computer- no special nothing

in the end, the end-game PVE content in this game is a joke (not a joke, just really not that hard) IF-------------------------------- IF. there is PVE fans out there grinding sales up ITS FOR THE LOVE of STAR TREK (they want a "look" of their ship, they want to buy/fly the ship they saw in a show or read in a book, they want to sample what the expaneded universe has to offer of the star trek genre etc)
Just because it is not a cookie cutter escort does not mean it should not be in the game.

Win or lose, in the end it does not reflect on who you are as a person, in the end it is how you treat others that really reflects who you are.