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Jolan tru Captain!
Welcome to Legacy of Romulus!
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Thanks SO MUCH for all your support, and we'll see you in-game!
- 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
Your driving the Ambulance Lights and Sirens to the city with a critical patient in the back and your mind wanders to "If I spend my 3 Million Fleet Credit to get 10 more Green Security Doffs to finish the next project when I get back....we can start the next project....."
You get caught up in the MKXII gear situation - and suddenly realize you don't PvP all that much and the MKXII gear really isn't needed to be successful and advance or get maximum rewards in ANY PvE content (STF, Fleet Event, or otherwise.) - even in Elite difficulty mode.
Formerly known as Armsman from June 2008 to June 20, 2012
PWE Drone says, "Your STO community as you have known it is ended...Display names are irrelevant...Any further sense of community is irrelevant...Resistance is futile...You will be assimilated..."
You've been playing STO for too long when you do ground missions just to see all 4 of your away team Boffs in the skimpy uniform you put them in, and the 'pudgy' bellies on them that you put there so they'd 'look pregnant'. And all your Boffs are female to boot.
Yeah, bud...creepy.You might wanna log out for awhile, and ponder what that big yellow thing is in the sky.