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- The Star Trek Online Team
"Login failed for unknown reason" error
Missing additional character slot for current/ lapsed Gold Members
Slow patching in the launcher
A bug that involved Romulan Liberated Borg captains and their skills once they chose an ally
Some characters were stuck in a loading screen with a "Server Not Responding" message
'What You Leave Behind' (DS9) - we didn't get to see much of the closing chapter of the battle to re-take Cardassia Prime, and would be interesting to play that scenario.
The battle of Wolf 359 (Best of Both Worlds and Emissary) would have been interesting had the Borg not already been done to death. Could've made an interesting alternative no-win scenario though (although guess it would require all participants to have advantages such as Borg procs etc disabled).
I'd like to play Endgame. Flying through a nebula towards a Borg transwarp hub, one shotting cubes with transphasic torpedoes in your ablative armor Intrepid, 29 ships or so firing on one borg sphere... I can see how you might be albe to work a little foundry magic for most of the episode but the ending, I don't know how you're going to get a bunch of ships shooting at one borg sphere doing no damage (until your Intrepid blows it up inside with a transphasic torpedo).
I completed a two-man ISE, CSE, KASE, and HSE. We are the Borg. Irrelevancy is irrelevant.
If you say banana slowly, you can hear the word gullible in it.
There's no Q in Star Trek.
I would honestly prefer it if this question was turned around.
"What Star Trek Online mission would you like to see in a future Star Trek episode?"
To answer my own question, foundry missions. The cream of the crop of the foundry missions. To me, the people who make these understand Star Trek more than the Cryptic devs who made the story missions.
Seriously, A Will and a Barclay was amazing and hilarious. Case and Effect (or whatever is the name of the one where you are caught in a temporal loop) is written in a way that makes it seem as if it was an actual Star Trek episode, and is by far my favorite mission yet. The people responsible for these foundry missions need to be hired to write future Star Trek episodes (assuming a new season of Star Trek ever airs).