When I'm teamed with fleetmates, good. When I pug, a headache is coming. When I see clouds of chrono mines/torp spreads incoming, crappy. When I see the entire Fed team is running phasers and realize that half of my KDF team is also, angry. Overall I'd say I feel down, yet for some reason still hopeful that the devs can turn this around. I'd love to love this game again.
Originally Posted by SteveHale
There are some good people out that that I thoroughly enjoy flying with and against. They are the only redeeming thing about this game at the moment.
Would pvpers agree that I/you/we at this point are only playing this game because of the people we like flying with/against? Because I would. The omg its star trek feel wore off quite a while ago. my 2 cents.
Soon, we'll be getting to the point where we're be recreating the Battle of Coral Sea - neither side ever saw the other, and it was fought (and won) entirely via carrier based aircraft.
LMFAO!!!!!! In some genres I would welcome this....if I was in the pilot seat of one of the fighters. But not in Star Trek. Sorry I may join in the carrier madness, but I am not trading in my Bortas'Qu
It would be really cool if a premade could post their 3,4, or 5 ship team in a queue for other premades and leave PuG's for PuG's, which could only be entered by solos or 2 player teams. Currently a 5 man premade cleans out a PuG unless they are lucky enough to run into another premade. For me being on a 1:15 or 15:1 match isn't fun. I much prefer a fight, not a beatdown.
Which Beam Fire At Will do you mean? I think the bugged one that I believe Zorena talked about first in a big thread - I think that was the point PvP was the best balanced overall. It seemed to me that bug was mostly problematic because Dual Beam Banks dealt a little more damage than intentended and Beam Arrays a lot less. It wasn't as uber as some of the later versions.
Of course, BFAW and Scramble Sensors occured around the same time, so even ignoring that, the Scramble Sensors stuff would have been annoying. But at least there wasn't the Antimatter Spread console yet, and the resistance to Scrambles that was introduced much later would have fixed that (well, maybe overnerfed). Still, I maintain that was the best of times in PvP.