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"Login failed for unknown reason" error
Missing additional character slot for current/ lapsed Gold Members
Slow patching in the launcher
A bug that involved Romulan Liberated Borg captains and their skills once they chose an ally
Exactly how is having experience allowing you to avoid the effects of Jam Sensors?
Experience tells you to take at least one, most take 2 science teams in the fight. And it tells you if the "enemy shoots while cloaked" (I still get messages how this is possible from FED players) you have to apply them to see clear again.
And next time you face this guy you jam him first.
I wasn't sure what to think when I read your post, but after tonight, I get what you mean very well.
As a Fed flying a Tier 2 Escort, I entered a match with three escorts and a cruiser on our side, 2 BoP, 2 Raptors and a K'Tamco BC. A reasonably fair match IMHO.
Unfortunately, on my side, it was every man for himself. I tried to get us together, but no dice. The end result, no focused fire and group presence, arriving on the scene one at a time, getting gang...well, you know...and picked off one by one. There were a couple of times when all of us were together with the enemy in sight. When I moved forward to engage, nobody followed and I became the crunchy granola in a Klingon's breakfast bowl.
No support either. There simply wasn't enough of us in there at a time to even try to help each other.
The Klingon's on the other hand were well coordinated, supported each other with abilities and weapons fire. Not a one of them was isolated...each covered someone else's tail. I was impressed, a thing of beauty to behold, even as I was the entertainment at the Klingon Independence Celebration. If I could have, I would have joined the Klingons.