Certainly does! Especially when you wind up with at least one person in the team who doesn't learn from their mistake(s)!
I read the story of someone a month or so ago who went into HSE after its 'fix'. They had a fleet Galaxy, tankiest ship of them all. They find out it's still broken, and after taking a unimatrix lance, limp off with 1% hull to bail from the broken mess.
Originally Posted by askray
YAY I'M EVOLVED! *drools on his chin*
Originally Posted by voporak
Welcome to the STO forums, where the evolutionary clock ticks backwards.
My buddy and I went into a pug KASE in order to play Probe Football where you use various powers to push probes from the gates through the vortex as fast as possible. The person who pushes 6 or more probes through first wins.
Some guy must have played before, because he decided to play goalie and was really good, we weren't even able to get a single probe through cause he killed them all.
I feel fortunate to never have run into really bad STFs. Failed optionals? So ****ing what? I just queue up again and get more dil and loot. Bad Borg invasions where everybody just blasts random ****, no coordination, are more common. Fortunately I've gotten good enough with my Fleet Avenger I can carry a group with three Mirandas if they pay attention to their chat window.
Instead, leecher in Azure Nebula Rescue. Asshat just sat at the spawn point the whole match Needing everything.
I yelled at him twice to start moving, then told everyone to report him, sent mine in, and went back to blasting things. Another guy on the team mentioned later he was a repeat offender.
Hey, here's a penalty for leechers: If you spend more than half the mission doing nothing but needing things, the other players' IFF recategorizes you as a hostile target, but yours still thinks they're friendlies.
You haven't read the preceeding posts. In the bugged instances there isn't anywhere it can't shoot at you.
I did read the preceeding posts. I've never even seen someone get lanced when they are in position. Honestly, I think 95% of people who complain just ignore/misunderstand the instructions and blame it on bugs.