The only items that are "exclusive" in the Legacy Pack are the titles and the mini-DOFF pack (specifically the unique Reman DOFFs that are in it) -- the rest of the items are planned to be sold in the C-Store. As we've never sold titles, and we don't sell mini-DOFF packs in the C-Store, you should expect not to see these elsewhere
i am sure there will be some Romulan/Reman supplementary DOff Packs, either in the C-Store or maybe even through Gameplay, (i was told that i have not to put up with FED or KDF DOffs hanging around on my Romulan Ships!)
Just so that they are not completely unavailable as soon as this promotion is done and over.
Collectors only like to collect if they have a snowballs chance in hell at getting everything, as soon as you punch holes into the possible collection people are less interested in collecting any further, if this happens often enough people may stop completely.
If you want to pay via PayPal, you don't have to have a PayPal account, that's okay -- just fill in the fields on the next page once you press "Select" under the PayPal logo. If you want to use Skrill, that works too and you will be walked through the billing flow on each screen after pressing "Select" under its logo.
Just purchased Legacy via Paypal all smooth except it had a download link -the text indicated the items would be from C-store upon release in may.
Not clearly explained -I clicked Download -it was of course just the game
I did not need do this
Nothing extra to download We added this to the FAQ earlier today:
Q: I bought a Legacy Pack and was redirected to download Star Trek Online, but I already have Star Trek Online installed. Do I have to reinstall the game in order to get my Legacy Pack?
A: You are not required any additional downloads at this time, and the contents of the Legacy Pack will become available upon release of the Legacy of Romulus expansion. When the expansion is released, when you sign into your current launcher client, it will automatically download the expansion via a patch.
Romulans do not get 3 lines of ships like the Fed does, or like the KDF does -- they get exactly one line of ships, the Warbirds. Warbirds globally get battlecloack and Singularity Cores -- but also have lower turn rates, and -10 to each power setting. There has been talk of reducing the BOff seating or the console counts on Warbirds in addition to, or instead of, some of the power-setting penalty. The Singularity Core powers seem highly situational and share a (verrrry long) global cool-down, and make your power-setting penalties even more painful after you use them. There is no Science-ship equivalent at all, no Carrier at all, and an apparent maximum of exactly one free ship 'choice' at each tier. The exact effects of the various consoles, and their set synergy boni are still completely unkown. The D'Deridex in particular seems like it may be saddled with the abysmally bad BOff layout of the Galaxy-R and a turn rate of 5.5 degrees per second.
There have been suggestions to fix all of the above. I like the suggestion to split Warbirds into two lines of ships (the escort-ier ones, and the cruiser-ier ones), to change how Singularity Core powers charge up, or use singularity levels, or even allowing players to slot or un-slot specific abilities, to help the D'Deridex, etc. And to some degree, the devs do seem to be listening -- they are considering -5 to all power levels instead; may have changed the D'Deridex BOff seating to some other configuration; and may rework (hurray!) RCS consoles to make them give a larger proportional benefit to slower-turning ships.
So overall, there are hopeful signs -- but at the moment things still look very troubling to me. I will not be buying the $125 pack until I am at ease in my mind that the new Romulan Republic ships, and indeed the whole faction, are actually worth the investment.