Looks like enough people finally realized it was a scam that they had to pack their bags and leave. I might shed a tear for them tonight, but I have so many better things to cry over. Too bad, so sad.
The history of Cryptic-STo player relations in a nutshell:
Cryptic threw me under a bus, slapped me in the face, and hates my ships/faction. That's a strawman argument! That's a no true scotsman fallacy! That been said ad infinitum, ad nauseum. X ship is OP, nerf plz. Carriers are OP! Look it up in the dictionary! Say no, say yes to Arc. Synergy?
I hope they run Star Trek related adds in the future!
EDIT: The reason I say "YAY" is because I think that website is annoying. They offer Zen in exchange for spam and giving away were you live. Luckily I did not fall for it, but one of my friends was not so lucky.
Oh yeah, and those stories about you getting nothing. About time that scam was gone.
And while I am not certain, I am sure by signing up on some unknown website, you "have a chance" (not!) to win Five hundred pounds of Sainsbury's shopping. (Wishful thinking no-the-less I am sure).
I think each faction should have a specific abilities. This will make STO more diverse and fun. Click HERE
WE NEED BETTER TORPEDOS! Out of ideas? Then click: HERE.
I only really noticed this for real today, but I've been aware of the ad for sometime.
Each time I come to the forum, there's an Ad for something called Elemental Kingdoms on the App Store (that's a Macintosh specific online store).
I don't know what it is, but judging from the graphic on the ad and the title, it's some fantasy mularkey.
Which means you should not be marketing it to sci-fi fans!
I'm sensing Perfect World's fingerprints all over this one, they're probably pushing some game of theirs at us.
Their agenda of late has been heavily biased towards "force marketing" their other games to us.