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# 1 Stupid question(s) of the day
03-05-2011, 07:33 PM
1. Is there a use for offerings?

2. How do I drop/delete items of no use?
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# 2
03-05-2011, 07:39 PM
1) Right-click the offering and click use. It will give you an item.

2) You can right-click an item and choose Discard. This will sell your item through the replicator (it'll give you 50% of its actual value). You can also sell them to NPCs. Ferengi NPCs will give you 40% of its actual value. All other NPCs will give you 60% of its actual value. You can also sell an item on the exchange at any value you want.
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# 3 Thanks
03-05-2011, 07:46 PM
The simpliest things...................
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# 4
03-05-2011, 07:56 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by attilio View Post
1) Right-click the offering and click use. It will give you an item.

2) You can right-click an item and choose Discard. This will sell your item through the replicator (it'll give you 50% of its actual value). You can also sell them to NPCs. Ferengi NPCs will give you 40% of its actual value. All other NPCs will give you 60% of its actual value. You can also sell an item on the exchange at any value you want.
IIRC, replicator trade-in is 40% of face value, Ferengi traders are 30%, civilian NPCs 40%, and Starfleet NPCs 50%.
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# 5
03-07-2011, 06:05 PM
So, top tip:

If you want to get the most credits from every sale of unwanted items, go to Starfleet!
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# 6
03-09-2011, 09:18 AM
I find NPCs at DS9 give you more credits per item than NPCs elsewhere, too.
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# 7
03-10-2011, 04:29 AM
You can always sell your Offering of Friendship on the Exchange, unless something has changed since I last did it. Given the chance that something nice will come out of them, some people are willing to pay quite handsomely. (At least they were the last time I looked).
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# 8
03-10-2011, 05:07 AM
Hey! I have a stupid question too!

1) In Star Trek the original series, Klingons were pretty much just dudes w/ beards. The Next Generation rolls around and now Klingons are dudes w/ Cranial Ridges, sharp teeth and beards. I was always wondering if there was a story reason behind all this, or if it was just makeup-issues of the 60's?
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# 9
03-10-2011, 06:17 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris.ftw
Hey! I have a stupid question too!

1) In Star Trek the original series, Klingons were pretty much just dudes w/ beards. The Next Generation rolls around and now Klingons are dudes w/ Cranial Ridges, sharp teeth and beards. I was always wondering if there was a story reason behind all this, or if it was just makeup-issues of the 60's?

We do not discuss it with outsiders...
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# 10
03-10-2011, 06:22 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chris.ftw
Hey! I have a stupid question too!

1) In Star Trek the original series, Klingons were pretty much just dudes w/ beards. The Next Generation rolls around and now Klingons are dudes w/ Cranial Ridges, sharp teeth and beards. I was always wondering if there was a story reason behind all this, or if it was just makeup-issues of the 60's?
Originally, it was just a costume issue - the make-up was expensive.

But they invented a storyline stating that it was caused by a virus.
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