Look at TSI, as Matteo told has now told me on a few occasions they never set out to be a top dog PvP fleet -- it 'just happened'. That's an example of a group with a strong foundation. Skill in PvP wasn't a prerequisite, but a relaxed friendly atmosphere is a prerequisite for a strong premade team.
thats right, it just happened.
our foundation is what has kept us together dispite this game no longer being the only game we play. we all play our own games, some together, others alone and yet we still consider ourselves all to be a part of what made us great.
the only disagreeable thing we've ever done was take too long to recruit people, mainly because all the leaders were lazy bums who hated to do anything. Recruitment for us first and foremost about how well the player meshed with the veterans in our group and how well their personality mixed with all of ours.
that sadly let to quite a few people thinking we "passed" on them when it was really that we just hadnt had them on vent/ts enough to see how well they mixed with the guys.
TSI, we will always be watching.
Originally Posted by mancom
Frankly, I think the only sound advice that one can give new players at this time is to stay away from PVP in STO.
There are people who are destined to be leaders. Your, sir, are one of them. Even if I don't know you are (tho, i would like to know) I must say pvp in this community really lack this kind of smart people. What u wrote is beyond everything i have read on this forum. Whatever u playing, I wish u good times and much fun.
[10:49] [Combat (Self)] Your Proton Barrage deals 96581 (43411) Proton(Critical) to Seto.
Poor soul didnt have time to log out.
"No, there is no real problem with P2W in STO. Obviously, if you fight against someone with an equal level of skill in the game, better equipment will give you an edge. But usually, it is the skill level that determines the outcome, not the P2W." - Sprinkles