I've soloed "Battleship Royal Rumble" on elite in my Tactical Escort Retrofit once or twice, just to see if I could do it. The answer was "yes," but it takes a lot longer without yielding any extra benefit, so I don't do that all the time.
I'm sorry to disturb you, but this thread has got a title "Is there any way to get rid of a comment to a Foundry-Mission" and it is not in the "Mission Database"-subforum.
Have you ever heared about offtopic or thread-hijacking?!?
I've got only a problem with that comment, I'm not talking about any other comment or rating on my Foundry-Mission.
If you want to run my mission in a 5-man team, ok, but keep in mind that it doesn't have thousands of runs yet and with every team-run you are lowering the average play-time. That could lead to a disqualification for IOR - and that is something I don't want and you shouldn't want that, as well.
If Star Trek Online was an Open-Source (GPL) Game, we would have a low-grind fork.
1) Ignore it, as many of us do. Bad reviews are just a fact of life for Foundry authors, no matter what the mission.
2) Contact the reviewer and ask them why they put that and see if you can work with them to change it. Fair warning, some people are receptive to that, some are not.
3) Withdraw the mission, import it into a new slot and republish. There's a button on the main Foundry mission selection screen that says import on it. This creates a copy of your mission in a new slot with no reviews. A clean slate, essentially.
Downsides to that are that it gets rid of the good reviews as well, and you have to get out of 5-review purgatory again. Plus, the feature is somewhat buggy, sometimes it will import only the mission description but no maps or objectives or dialogue.
The Foundry Roundtable live Wednesdays at 7:30PM EST/4:30PM PST on twitch.tv/thefoundryroundtable Forum Logic dictates that if the devs don't do what a poster wants, they therefor actively hate what that poster is advocating for.
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