Only three devs on the panel, what a massive disappointment. No big surprise in what they said either. Seems like a big opportunity was missed, especially as the end of the year might be very very interesting.
As always the Massively article was a let down, that's why I never bother with their site. It read more like "Dan Stahl said everything!" Apart from the name checks at the beginning and being able to recognize from the photos Thomas and Jesse, mainly from my years of watching STOked, you would never know they were there.
"The Azure Nebula featured heavily in the Star Trek: Destiny trilogy. It was said to be created in 2168, and it contained several subspace passages with exit points all over the Milky Way Galaxy and other galaxies."
This would seem to easily coincide with the release of the Vesta class... Also, the 'exit points all over the Milky Way' angle seems like it could tie in to a Delta Quadrant storyline.
Teri can only cover so much in a recap column. There was some juicy info revealed, including that Season 7 will revolve around the Azure Nebula (the new sector, not the KDF explore nebula) and that an upcoming Fleet Holding will be an Embassy on a certain colony -- I think you'll catch this and more if you watch the video of the panel that TrekRadio recorded.
TrekRadio should hopefully have it up in the next few days.
Though I do see the Azure Neb on the border of the three original Trek powers...
Looks like I was right with my guess yesterday as to which area would be opened next...
I can't find Kithomer or Nimbus on the Trek Maps either...
Never mind... They aren't on the map...
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Maybe so, but look how much new info you just dropped in 1 sentence:
That definitely should have been in the article. And even though she has a word limit, new info > rehashed old info.
You're right. I don't have any excuses except for the fact that I wrote this article at 2:00 am to make my deadline. I was a bit tired - not the least of which, since I was on stage talking with these fine developers I couldn't take notes as to what it is that they said.
Next time I'll not report anything and leave everyone hanging who couldn't go. /snipe