If someone is crying about something, one would think 'irony' would translate to 'They get all the goodies and have all the advantages! But they are complaining!'
That's clearly not the case, so what about it, exactly, is ironic?
Or is it some definition of 'irony' not found in conventional dictionaries?
Or do you actually think KDF ships are stronger and better than Fed ships, like the Gorn pay science ship with weaker shields than its Fed counterpart?
The irony lies in what Klingons are supposed to be - and I can hardly imagine my Lt. General saying something like " why do the feds get all the love! I want that, too!" He just wouldn't do that. And he would frown upon anyone who did.
i think i have a solution that may appeal to both sides?
the saber class starship, very small, about BoP sized i think...
put a torp and a dual phaser beam in the front, and a turret in the back, and give it beam overload...
it's not a Bop, nor would the damage from it be quite as high, but i would personally love to be able to send one of them out...
Actually i think the new aquarious destroyer would prolly be a perfect fit, they are small enough to be stored on the carriers, roughly equal in power to the frigates.
Makes sense all the way around. Few minor tweaks from the layout of the npc one for a carrier version would work nicely, give it weapons in line with the frigate but change it to have more shields and less hull then the kdf version so that its different but still balanced.
You Feddies need to stop asking for KDF content to be ported to your faction. If you want KDF stuff so bad then roll a KDF toon, so much better than degrading factions to being exact copies of each other.