Cool! I am also considering doing a temporal mission to the past (most likely to the time of the NX-01 Enterprise; when she was attacked and beaten to a pulp by the Xindi)! Would it be possible to use that ship as long as the communications between the two vessels are "audio-only"? (the first episode of my series is YET to be completed so I have plenty of time to plan that mission)
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Interesting, since the new Romulan content clearly references materials from the novels. It's amazing that the developers are somehow excluded from this.
I suppose you could recreate something like this. Just be aware of plagiarism, you don't want a piece of that if you want to adapt something like this from the shows, make sure to rewrite it in your own words and remember: no likenesses of real people.
You know, stuff like this was so much easier when I was writing papers, just put in my citations and I'm good. But I suppose that makes too much sense.
I was wondering what program is needed to create a foundry mission? Do you have to be a paid member of STO to do so.?
No! you do not have to be a paying customer to create one! You only need to collect some dilithium! And the program is preprogramed into the game itself! Just go to create material (or something like that). It normally shows up on the character selection screen! Hope this helps!
Ok, so I haven't even got the chance to create anything in the foundry yet, but I have been reading through the posts of this thread to make sure that I am ready when I do get around to it and now I understand the basic concepts, e.g. no direct use of existing characters or their actors. Ok, I understand that and will follow the rule for this.
However, does apply to the ships that we have seen throughout Star Trek as well, like the Enterprises 1701 to 1701-E, Defiant and Voyager? That issue seems a bit foggy to me and I would like some clarification on it.