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In this week's episode of Priority One, the guys sit down to talk ships with CapnLogan and ThomastheCrypticCat.


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# 2
01-06-2012, 01:17 PM
Alrighty. Psyched they got to my question.

I meant less the skin/paint and more the otherall smoother sloping style, but they seemed to have nailed that. A 2409 Oberth or NX would be pretty awesome, and the idea of a 2409 Dervish-style ship makes me happy.
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01-06-2012, 01:37 PM
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Alrighty. Psyched they got to my question.

I meant less the skin/paint and more the otherall smoother sloping style, but they seemed to have nailed that. A 2409 Oberth or NX would be pretty awesome, and the idea of a 2409 Dervish-style ship makes me happy.
This. I'd really like to see the NX redone as a 2409 style ship. I'm waiting for the rabid dogs to pounce this and cry about the NX being a 22nd century ship.
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# 4
01-06-2012, 01:41 PM
Then kindly remind them that you start the game with a ship first seen in the 23rd century. So what's another century?
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# 5
01-06-2012, 02:01 PM
Probably the EV suit and a low gravity fight on the hull of a ship or station...

But I'd love the Dixon Hill sequence with a photonic tommygun. (Which I'm guessing would be a high rate of fire weapon that Borg adapt to more slowly.)
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# 6
01-06-2012, 06:58 PM
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Probably the EV suit and a low gravity fight on the hull of a ship or station...

But I'd love the Dixon Hill sequence with a photonic tommygun. (Which I'm guessing would be a high rate of fire weapon that Borg adapt to more slowly.)
That the Borg Do Not addapt to is more wanted .
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# 7
01-06-2012, 02:14 PM
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Then kindly remind them that you start the game with a ship first seen in the 23rd century. So what's another century?
Trust me. Before the NX-class was released, the forums were split in what amounted to open flame warfare. The mods at the time had to smack people left right and center for inappropriate comments. It's why the NX is a tier 1 Starship.

Some folks argued that the NX-class is too old and useless in terms of viability in 2409/2410. The fact that the C-Store specifically said that it was a new ship based off of old design specs did nothing to decry the naysayers. It was ugly, with page long posts about why a ship could or could not be made useful in the modern era. Examples were tossed around supporting both sides of the argument over the course of about 12 months, before things finally died down.

The NX supporters asked for a new ship based off of the old design principles many times since then, with no word from Logan or anyone else from Cryptic as to their own stance on the issue.
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# 8
01-06-2012, 02:29 PM
What I dont understand is why they supposedly had to make the Jem'Hadar ship rare, yet didnt have to do so with the NX, Oberth, Connie, etc.
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# 9
01-06-2012, 03:29 PM
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Trust me. Before the NX-class was released, the forums were split in what amounted to open flame warfare. The mods at the time had to smack people left right and center for inappropriate comments. It's why the NX is a tier 1 Starship.

Some folks argued that the NX-class is too old and useless in terms of viability in 2409/2410. The fact that the C-Store specifically said that it was a new ship based off of old design specs did nothing to decry the naysayers. It was ugly, with page long posts about why a ship could or could not be made useful in the modern era. Examples were tossed around supporting both sides of the argument over the course of about 12 months, before things finally died down.

The NX supporters asked for a new ship based off of the old design principles many times since then, with no word from Logan or anyone else from Cryptic as to their own stance on the issue.
Then let me pull an example from History. The U.S.S. Missouri was a WWII Destroyer that also happened to serve in Korea, was mothballed until 1984, during which time microprocessors were invented. It was pulled out of mothballs, refit with modern equipment, and served until 1992, when the fall of the Soviet Union made them no longer necessary, but the Iowa-class ships can be recommissioned should the need arise.
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# 10
01-09-2012, 02:45 PM
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Originally Posted by PWE_BranFlakes
In this week's episode of Priority One, the guys sit down to talk ships with CapnLogan and ThomastheCrypticCat.


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This weeks with DEV's suck. This is just another catering company. This is why some of the Dev's left even before the game hit it's one year mark not to name drop (John Needham). Is it Cryptic..or Atari, or Perfect World. Plus what ever happened to the 150 man riads? Yea...ok...I know that just got pushed under the table. Great idea...no effort. Sucks!
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