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cheese you may ask ? cheese is everything that nooby simple tactical builds can't counter. that's it, feel free to use as many jam sensors and scramble sensors you want, it's theirs noobyness to not to use science team against it, they just use that build, and only that type of build is good, the rest is cheese because they fall into it
consoles costs us money, the same money as the ones you can counter easely
tractor beams and feedbackpulses are skills, just like crf and eptx
im sick of having to limit my beautiful vesta just not to hear stupid statements as " not really a gf, it was cheesy " ...
get used to it, aux to dampers, science team, and polarize hull are there for you to use,
Asking no cheese to a sci vessel is the same of asking no dhc to an escort, get used to it, and let scientists rule the field
and you ? what do you think about a good and big plate of an aromatic and tastefull camembert cheese with a drop of honey in it ?
What I consider cheese? There are 2 possibilities:
Or more ... .
To me it seems that cheese is different things to different ppl .
My pet peeves are speed tanking and shield tanking .
Because if 3-4 ships can't bring down a single ship due to the two things I named , that does not make the 1 ship "awesome" .
It makes the 1 ship broken , and a little sad .
I am loosing STO with each new system based update and with each removal and editing of content .
I don't know how to save her from her systems obsessed masters who seek to control and monetize me more and more .
"Cheese is a food derived from milk, produced in a wide range of flavors, textures, and forms. It consists of proteins and fat from milk, usually the milk of cows, buffalo, goats, or sheep. It is produced by coagulation of the milk protein casein."
"Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented grapes or other fruits. The natural chemical balance of grapes lets them ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes, water, or other nutrients."