The image is that of a modernized version of the crest of the Romulan Star Empire with the words “May 2013” and “March beneath the raptor’s wings” visible underneath. Ultimately, it looks as if we’ll have to wait to see what May will bring for all of us who love STO. For instance, raid groups must choose which version of the paradox Batmans to rescue and have available for the final fight. The best of five legs wins the set, and the best of 13 sets wins tomorrow’s final. Hopefully you’ll have some gift ideas in mind now, because the PS2 had some great legs in 2007 and you deserve to know what you might have overlooked. So if you notice a slight improvement to my screenshots in this column, thank my husband for giving me the best Christmas gift a geek girl could want. Makes a great Arbor Day gift! Christmas is such an occasion that makes for a great get together of the entire family even if the members are in other parts of the country. Holidays, big living world events, and even hanging out in a popular city all feel a lot less homey when I’m not likely to run into people I know unless we party up and spend several minutes trying to join each other on the same overflow.
Bear in mind that while the Tram is neutral territory (and on a PvE server your flag will drop there after 5 minutes), anyone who decides to make your life difficult can and probably will follow you back there. Late last week there was a huge kerfuffle on social media sites frequented by STO players. In any event, during the third anniversary festivities, the mission rewards players with two Ambassador class (or Kamarag class for KDF players) ships as well as a small costume piece from Yesterday’s Enterprise (a sash and belt). The team at Star Trek Online also released a third anniversary trailer, which contained a very big surprise at the very end. However, several seconds after the end of the trailer, the image posted above appeared and then faded out. Developed by the small team at InnerSloth, the game had been out for more than a year before catching on.
Temporal Ambassador is the first story-based mission to be released into STO since The 2800 featured episode series was released early last year. As it’s done every year for the anniversary event, the team at Cryptic Studios released a celebratory trailer (linked above). Here’s where I need to warn readers that I will be writing about the most recent story-based mission that was released in conjunction with STO’s third anniversary. Part of the reason has a lot to do with the fact that the game’s third anniversary has delivered something that many of us have been craving since the release of last year’s featured episode, The 2800: a story-based mission. I have had more fun in Star Trek Online in the past week than I have had in the past six months! Temporal Ambassador was a really fun mission to undertake; I’m looking forward to actually replaying it with my remaining alts. The name of the mission is Temporal Ambassador. I can’t remember the name of this particular set, but I liked it so much that I wore it in my appearance slots long after I had leveled past it.
It’s the sort of letter that pretty much everyone at Massively gets from time to time, insisting that we’ve sold out at some point. It’s like a license to print money and please a lot of people at the same time, most of them pre-teens and adults harboring secret (and sometimes not so secret) love affairs with battling pets and its catching ’em all addiction. ‘There’s a lot about Anne’s legend that people believe – that she was a witch or she had an incestuous relationship with her brother. There has been huge positivity around the people who have supported me in exchange for the content. 1:10PM We’re watching people beat one another up, and you’ll be able to do the same on Xbox LIVE! Insane David on DeviantArt even has one of the aliens as a prop here. It’s stunning, and what’s even more wonderful is that I never really understood how beautiful STO looked. To say that the image spread like wildfire throughout the STO community is an understatement. I am happy to say that those days are now officially over because I have a new computer!