Yes, the precedence is that non-faction, neutral ships, will be introduced through lockboxes.
Faction specific ships, such as the Odyssey & Bortasqu, will be released through the Cstore for purchase.
There is a precedent, but your conclusion is wrong.
Maybe... Maybe not...
Cryptic has been known to change their plans on quite a few things in the past. So don't be surprised if federation and Klingon ship varriants start showing up in lockboxes at some point in the future. Not saying they WILL, but none of us, not even Cryptic at this juncture, can say with 100% certainty that they WON'T, wither.
It's all dependent on where the beancounters tell the suits that the money is at...
[quote=whamhammer;4167133 If it wont cost us anything to have people use the Starbase Operations, you can join my fleet and have as much or as little of a committment with us as you want, just don't go into the 'fridge and take other peoples lunches. We hate it when people do that. [/QUOTE]
Lol well if thats the case might have to take u up on that.
Actually, the things you pointed out on the Sovereign in-game are exactly as they are in the movie. However, the hull is too long (length-wise) and too tall (the belly is too fat). The nacelles are thusly pushed back further than they should be. The saucer is about 3% longer (from front to back) than the movie version.
This is... of course figured out whilst looking at the movie model on top of our in-game model.
First of I like to thank you very much for replying to my post so quickly . Two as Koppenflak has pointed out in the John Eaves schematic of the Sovereign Class