I really thought the new escorts would look more like this, smaller, smaller in width, im kinda disappointed on the shape of the ship itself.
Its way oversized for an escort this could probably fit better in the cruiser area.
Now dont get me wrong again, the Materials look awesome and so are some parts like the wing cannons which all resemble the ship fairly well...
Any chance we can get another model of the real deal? Please :C
He means that the kumari in star trek online is in some ways quite different than the one from the show. I also feel the 2409-version a bit to bulky here and there and not as beautiful as the one from the tv show.
I've read this concern in other threads this week. Perhaps what player's should look for is a Fleet Kumari to be released later? Maybe that is where the costume wanted will appear? Granted, some may have buy those fleet modules. Them's the breaks these days for refined details.
This iconic Andorian vessel served as a foundation for the development of many later ships, but the Kumari line is a direct improvement over the original Kumari design using the latest developments in Federation technology.
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+1 to want the original skin, never cared much for Cryptic's made up 2409 *variants*.
Canon Ships are just better than made up ones by Cryptic.
they bend and break the timeline as they want anyway,
we have a Vulcan D'Kyr at Tier 5 that was ***** on-screen by a Constitution Class!
we have the Wells Class in-game... and it doesn't one shot everything either.
don't tell me they started to care about this stuff just NOW.
I feel like they should make a skin for the ship that uses the old color.
The Somraw, K'tinga, D'Kyr, D7, Kumari, Xindi carrier, Xindi escort, and the T'Varo are all older than the Constitution Refit and yet they are tier 5. The Constellation is made up primarily of Connie refit parts and it is tier 5, there is no logical reason whatsoever for the no tier 5/6 connie rule.