But there's better means to getting better in PvP than Ker'rat. TFBB for example.
The main issue with Ker'rat is primarily the spamming the Borg do. Having 5 or so cubes on your case while the KDF players sneak about while you're done for isn't very friendly.
Secondly, ever since the Borg recieved their massive Buff, Ker'rat (and STFS for that matter) are becoming impossible to do due to the fact the Borg NPCs output more damage than some teams are capable off. The Borg buff has been one of the worst things to happen to this game, and Ker'rat is only making it worse by the spam-a-lot Borg, especially with the shield-draining ability, which seems to have a very short recharge time, especially when the Tractor beam ability isn't on a shared cooldown.
This is one of my big problems with Kerrat. The Borg, in essence act as allies to the Klingons. Unless you are a cloaked ship, moving close to the Borg creates mega-agro. A cloaked force can just outwait a group untill the others become bored and start doing the mission/fighting Borg, then all hell comes loose. The Borg are more of a distraction in the zone than anything else.
A lot of players see Star Trek as diplomacy so they quit sooner because all this war is not Star Trek which is a joke. Star Trek was constant conflict and a lot of ships were blown up. That is just by the ship we watch on the series. On a realistic scale, how many deaths happened in the world of Star Trek at the hands of the entire Federation spanning hundreds of years?!
As for PvP, we need an open PvP map much like the new Borg ground map. I would pay Cryptic £10 to access it. I bet 100 players out there would pay £10 for a good PvP map for life maybe 200-300.
Someone get a donation button up on the site for specific content, buy into what we want and put our money in.
If this is for players who don't PvE and/or don't PvP, then why is this about Kerrat, an open instanced freefire mission zone?
To let those who do not visit Ker'rat understand what they are missing... if they are interested. The title of this thread is appropriate for the intended audience. I wouldn't have typed out the thread for people who already visit Ker'rat.