Well I have a story-line, bunch of dialogue, ready to start work and can't create a foundry slot... grrrr... First time trying foundry and won't let me do anything even trying the various workarounds mentioned. Thinking I am not gonna get to make this contest.
Yeah, a lower level mission will sit higher on the list if it isn't fighting the high requirement missions for a slot. Still, for the purposes of the contest though; I don't think it will matter with this voting system. (Which is awesome btw Bran, Good change.)
Truth is, I'm setting up an optional combat choice, and I am debating putting Borg on the list, which will bump up the requirements. I'm wondering if for only one optional combat choice that many players may not even see if it is worth it or if I should just keep the level down to +31 or so.
I have been trying to find some type of resource that will explain what rights, if any, that holographic life forms have in 2409. I cannot find anything apart from the line 'Sentient holograms are considered photonic lifeforms.' on STOWiki.
Does this mean:
1) I am not looking hard enough, or:
2) I can just do whatever I want, because there is no standard answer.
It is really important to me that my entry is a canon mission, and I don't want to reference a document or legislation (the Photonic Entity Rights Act ) that doesn't exist if there is a canon alternative.
I need more information to be able to complete my misson. I would prefer not to rewrite it, so I am hoping somebody knows something that I don't.
(Future note to self - don't try making a complex mission up as you go along.)
i've been making some progress on my mission. Space map is complete. Tried something that I haven't heard any one else try. hint: pseudo sector space?
That's what makes the Foundry so much fun- trying new things and pushing the boundries.
And then the new update comes in, ruins all the workarounds, lol, but then opens the door to even more new pushing ideas.