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13th Nov '17 9:12:18 PM mylordshesacactus
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** While [[BigDamnHeroes that moment]] is incredible for all factions, it perhaps holds special significance for a Klingon-aligned Romulan. The Klingons were skeptical about the fledgling Republic and its worth, but cautiously agreed to extend limited assistance in exchange for the promise of military service. Everyone, even the Federation, was wary of the inevitable "Romulan treachery". But when Qo'nos is threatened, they don't even have time to ask for help. And who are the first responders, the first allies out of warp, the honorable warrior leading the charge guns blazing to save a planet that's not their own? ''The goddamn Romulan Republic,'' paying back their debt with interest.
5th Nov '17 12:32:31 AM JonBuck
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* So you're sent on what seems like a routine mission to meet another ship. You find it under attack [[spoiler:by a Borg sphere]] and ride to the rescue... [[spoiler:and then, out of nowhere, Q shows up, ''[[GroundhogDayLoop rewinds time,]]'' and makes you fight the Sphere again. You again defeat the Sphere... and Q rewinds time ''again'', only now replacing the Sphere with a wing of Probes and demanding you do it one more time... ''with feeling!'' And then [[OhCrap the three Borg cubes show up]]. "Intense, isn't it?" And that's just the ''intro'' to the real mission.]]

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* So you're sent on what seems like a routine mission to meet another ship. You find it under attack [[spoiler:by a Borg sphere]] and ride to the rescue... [[spoiler:and then, out of nowhere, Q shows up, ''[[GroundhogDayLoop rewinds time,]]'' and makes you fight the Sphere again. You again defeat the Sphere... and Q rewinds time ''again'', only now replacing the Sphere with a wing of Probes and demanding you do it one more time... ''with feeling!'' And then [[OhCrap the three Borg cubes show up]]. "Intense, isn't it?" And that's just the ''intro'' to the real mission.]]]] (Unfortunately this mission has been removed from the game, but it's still notable.)
15th Oct '17 5:15:27 PM CharlesPhipps
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* The backstory of the Klingon Defense Force in the ST:O era is pretty impressive as not only do they conquer the Gorn, Naussicans, and Orion through a combination of military as well as diplomacy. They also manage to hold the Federation off through the entirety of their war despite the former's history of kicking the latter's butt.
* The opening of the KDF questline is a very Klingon rise to power as your ship captures a Federation intelligence officer (Section 31's Frank Drake) only for your captain to betray you to Starfleet. You fight your way through the attacking operatives, find out your 1st officer has been treacherously murdered, and then kill your treacherous captain in an honorable duel. You then team up with another group of KDF vessels to destroy a Galaxy-class vessel.
* One of your first missions thrusts you into the ''Series/GameOfThrones''-esque politics of the Klingon Empire. By the end of it, you've escaped Rura Penthe, saved Ambassador Worf [[spoiler: and his son]], proved a Great House guilty of treason, and managed to get them discommendated. You also earn the eternal gratitude of Martok's House.



* ''Brushfire'': has you rescue [[spoiler: General Martok]] from a secret holding facility, and watch him finally finish off [[spoiler: Torg]].



* ''Brushfire'': has you rescue [[spoiler: General Martok]] from a secret holding facility, and watch him finally finish off [[spoiler: Torg]].
15th Oct '17 5:00:56 PM CharlesPhipps
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* "The Sisko has asked that we entrust this task to you." No spoilers, but that entire sequence, full stop.
** Hell, ''most'' of the things that happen in Cardie space are awesome to varying degrees. The climax of it all is worth the price of admission to STO by itself, however.
* So you're sent on what seems like a routine mission to meet another ship. You find it under attack [[spoiler:by a Borg sphere]] and ride to the rescue... [[spoiler:and then, out of nowhere, Q shows up, ''[[GroundhogDayLoop rewinds time,]]'' and makes you fight the Sphere again. You again defeat the Sphere... and Q rewinds time ''again'', only now replacing the Sphere with a wing of Probes and demanding you do it one more time... ''with feeling!'' And then [[OhCrap the three Borg cubes show up]]. "Intense, isn't it?" And that's just the ''intro'' to the real mission.]]
** [[spoiler: New Objective: Tell Q to Get On With It.]]






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* "The Sisko has asked that we entrust this task to you." No spoilers, but that entire sequence, full stop.
** Hell, ''most'' of the things that happen in Cardie space are awesome to varying degrees. The climax of it all is worth the price of admission to STO by itself, however.
* So you're sent on what seems like a routine mission to meet another ship. You find it under attack [[spoiler:by a Borg sphere]] and ride to the rescue... [[spoiler:and then, out of nowhere, Q shows up, ''[[GroundhogDayLoop rewinds time,]]'' and makes you fight the Sphere again. You again defeat the Sphere... and Q rewinds time ''again'', only now replacing the Sphere with a wing of Probes and demanding you do it one more time... ''with feeling!'' And then [[OhCrap the three Borg cubes show up]]. "Intense, isn't it?" And that's just the ''intro'' to the real mission.]]
** [[spoiler: New Objective: Tell Q to Get On With It.]]



** One more for Geko, [[UnpleasableFanbase after the obvious outcry that Dinosaurs aren't Trek]], [[ShutUpHannibal he bit back]] by pointing out the even ''more'' ridiculous stuff that happened in Trek like the time they became RobinHood, Kirk was ridden by a midget, the time the ship was taken over by SpaceHippies, ''[[CrazyAwesome Romans with Submachine Guns]]'', Greek!Spock singing, the rabbit from ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' randomly showing up (twice!), space lincoln, Apollo, the Halloween Planet, the Planet of Nazis, the planet with one hotel...

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** One more for Geko, [[UnpleasableFanbase after the obvious outcry that Dinosaurs aren't Trek]], [[ShutUpHannibal he bit back]] by pointing out the even ''more'' ridiculous stuff that happened in Trek like the time they became RobinHood, Kirk was ridden by a midget, the time the ship was taken over by SpaceHippies, ''[[CrazyAwesome Romans with Submachine Guns]]'', Greek!Spock singing, the rabbit from ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' randomly showing up (twice!), space lincoln, Lincoln, Apollo, the Halloween Planet, the Planet of Nazis, the planet with one hotel...
15th Oct '17 4:58:40 PM CharlesPhipps
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* The Reman Feature Episode "Cutting The Cord" ''in its entirety.'' [[spoiler: Your ship blasts through the Tal Shiar's planetary defenses, and you beam to the surface along with tons of Starfleet ground troops to raise some hell. Unfortunately, thanks to some local AppliedPhlebotinum, your [[BridgeBunnies BOFFs]] have landed too far away to assist you.]] Is this a problem for you? Hell, no. [[spoiler: You then proceed to wage an ''almost'' OneManArmy [[FoeTossingCharge fight against the Tal Shiar]], while calling in additional Starfleet reinforcements and [[DeathFromAbove orbital bombardment]] from your ship.]] This sequence culminates in you calling in an [[spoiler: orbital strike to destroy a massive Iconian gateway...which your ship does with a ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill full spread of Photon Torpedoes]]'' ]]. And the mission isn't even over yet!
* "Colosseum", the mission just before "Cutting the Cord", puts you in an arena and forces you to fight with melee weapons, including a Vulcan ''lirpa'' - while the [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome famous music]] from "[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Amok Time]]" plays.
* "Boldly they Rode", pretty much all of it. From EVA walking across the [[spoiler: Dominion Captured]] Deep Space Nine station, to the final battle and the [[spoiler: ENTERPRISE-F'S [[BigDamnHeroes Big Damn Heroes]] entrance!]]
* Denise Crosby SpecialGuest starring for the 3rd Anniversary as Tasha Yar. And in the "Legacy of Romulus" expansion, as Sela.
* The 3rd Anniversary Mission is a direct sequel to the Next Generation Episode 'Yesterdays Enterprise'. When the Enterprise-C dived back into the portal at the end of that episode, it was actually thrown even further into the future, where it was captured by the Tholians, who rule a large portion of Federation space in the altered timeline. The player characters alternate self, here just a freighter captain, and slave to the Tholians, teams up with Tasha Yar (Voiced by Denise Crosby), steal back the Enterprise-C, and fight their way past Tholian ships to the portal to return the ship to its final battle. And when it seems the Enterprise is outgunned, you receive backup from a Federation timeship from the 29th century.
** The mission has additional awesome through out. Such as seeing B'Vat or Shon decide to duel a Tholian to the death just for the off-chance of the timeline being restored (and hence never living their horrible lives) and the sequence where you board the Enterprise (seeing the starship LOOM OVER YOU as you walk down the gantry) and TAKE COMMAND OF IT, issuing Tasha Yar orders. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer REALLY.]]
** Also a meta example: seeing your three most senior Bridge Officers as [=NPC=]s in the mission and watching their dejected lives can inspire some players to want to restore the timeline.
** In a case of ThrowItIn, the fate of T'nae in the original version of the mission was left ambigious. The latest version on Tribble, preparing for ''Legacy of Romulus'' has her as the ''Enterprise-C'' Science officer to reinforce the fact ''she is on the Enterprise-C and that this T'nae's fate is in the air.''

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* The Reman Feature Episode "Cutting The Cord" ''in its entirety.'' ''Ragnarok'': [[spoiler: Your ship blasts through the Tal Shiar's planetary defenses, Scotty]] manages to successfully figure out and you beam to the surface along with tons of adapt 26th century Starfleet ground troops to raise some hell. Unfortunately, thanks to some local AppliedPhlebotinum, your [[BridgeBunnies BOFFs]] have landed too far away to assist you.]] Is this a problem for you? Hell, no. [[spoiler: You then proceed to wage an ''almost'' OneManArmy [[FoeTossingCharge fight against the Tal Shiar]], while calling in additional Starfleet reinforcements and [[DeathFromAbove orbital bombardment]] technology after having just been shifted forward (and based on what he says he was probably whisked forward from your ship.]] This sequence culminates in you calling in an [[spoiler: orbital strike to destroy a massive Iconian gateway...which your ship does with a ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill full spread of Photon Torpedoes]]'' ]]. And the mission isn't even over yet!
* "Colosseum", the mission just
before "Cutting the Cord", puts you in an arena and forces you to fight with melee weapons, including a Vulcan ''lirpa'' - while the [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome famous music]] from "[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Amok Time]]" plays.
* "Boldly they Rode", pretty much all of it. From EVA walking across the [[spoiler: Dominion Captured]] Deep Space Nine station, to the final battle and the [[spoiler: ENTERPRISE-F'S [[BigDamnHeroes Big Damn Heroes]] entrance!]]
* Denise Crosby SpecialGuest starring for the 3rd Anniversary as Tasha Yar. And in the "Legacy of Romulus" expansion, as Sela.
* The 3rd Anniversary Mission is a direct sequel to the Next Generation Episode 'Yesterdays Enterprise'. When the Enterprise-C dived back into the portal at the end of
USS ''Jenolan'' crashed, so that episode, it was actually thrown even further into the future, where it was captured by the Tholians, who rule a large portion of Federation space in the altered timeline. The player characters alternate self, here just a freighter captain, and slave to the Tholians, teams up with Tasha Yar (Voiced by Denise Crosby), steal back the Enterprise-C, and fight their way past Tholian ships to the portal to return the ship to its final battle. And when it seems the Enterprise is outgunned, you receive backup from a Federation timeship from the 29th century.
** The mission has additional awesome through out. Such as seeing B'Vat or Shon decide to duel a Tholian to the death just for the off-chance
starting point of the timeline only being restored (and hence never living their horrible lives) and the sequence where you board the Enterprise (seeing the starship LOOM OVER YOU as you walk down the gantry) and TAKE COMMAND OF IT, issuing Tasha Yar orders. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer REALLY.]]
** Also
familiar with 2''3''rd century technology), during a meta example: seeing your three most senior Bridge Officers as [=NPC=]s in the mission and watching their dejected lives can inspire some players to want to restore the timeline.
** In a case of ThrowItIn, the fate of T'nae in the original version of the mission was left ambigious. The latest version on Tribble, preparing for ''Legacy of Romulus'' has her as the ''Enterprise-C'' Science officer to reinforce the fact ''she is on the Enterprise-C and that this T'nae's fate is in the air.''
battle, without any assistance from actual 26th century people.
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* ''Operation Gamma'': going up alone against a Jem'Hadar attack ship ''while in a shuttlecraft'', ''after'' having gone up against several wings of Jem'Hadar fighters. All this to the background of [[spoiler: a Starfleet/KDF fleet attacking the Jem'Hadar ''as a distraction to let you sneak into the Gamma Wormhole'']].

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* ''Operation Gamma'': going up alone against a Jem'Hadar attack ship ''while in a shuttlecraft'', ''after'' having gone up against several wings of Jem'Hadar fighters. All this An off-screen one for Ambassador S'tass. Managing to get the background of [[spoiler: a Starfleet/KDF fleet attacking Klingon High Council to at least entertain the Jem'Hadar ''as idea of a distraction Gorn representative. Considering how xenophobic and oppressive the Klinks are to let their vassal races, you sneak into the Gamma Wormhole'']].know he's damn good at his job.
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* The Reman Feature Episode "Cutting The Cord" ''in its entirety.'' [[spoiler: Your ship blasts through the Tal Shiar's planetary defenses, and you beam to the surface along with tons of Starfleet ground troops to raise some hell. Unfortunately, thanks to some local AppliedPhlebotinum, your [[BridgeBunnies BOFFs]] have landed too far away to assist you.]] Is this a problem for you? Hell, no. [[spoiler: You then proceed to wage an ''almost'' OneManArmy [[FoeTossingCharge fight against the Tal Shiar]], while calling in additional reinforcements and [[DeathFromAbove orbital bombardment]] from your ship.]] This sequence culminates in you calling in an [[spoiler: orbital strike to destroy a massive Iconian gateway...which your ship does with a ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill full spread of Photon Torpedoes]]'' ]]. And the mission isn't even over yet!
* "Colosseum", the mission just before "Cutting the Cord", puts you in an arena and forces you to fight with melee weapons, including a Vulcan ''lirpa'' - while the [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome famous music]] from "[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Amok Time]]" plays.
* "Boldly they Rode", pretty much all of it. From EVA walking across the [[spoiler: Dominion Captured]] Deep Space Nine station, to the final battle and the [[spoiler: ENTERPRISE-F'S [[BigDamnHeroes Big Damn Heroes]] entrance!]]
* Denise Crosby SpecialGuest starring for the 3rd Anniversary as Tasha Yar. And in the "Legacy of Romulus" expansion, as Sela.
* The 3rd Anniversary Mission is a direct sequel to the Next Generation Episode 'Yesterdays Enterprise'. When the Enterprise-C dived back into the portal at the end of that episode, it was actually thrown even further into the future, where it was captured by the Tholians, who rule a large portion of Federation space in the altered timeline. The player characters alternate self, here just a freighter captain, and slave to the Tholians, teams up with Tasha Yar (Voiced by Denise Crosby), steal back the Enterprise-C, and fight their way past Tholian ships to the portal to return the ship to its final battle. And when it seems the Enterprise is outgunned, you receive backup from a Federation timeship from the 29th century.
** The mission has additional awesome through out. Such as seeing B'Vat or Shon decide to duel a Tholian to the death just for the off-chance of the timeline being restored (and hence never living their horrible lives) and the sequence where you board the Enterprise (seeing the starship LOOM OVER YOU as you walk down the gantry) and TAKE COMMAND OF IT, issuing Tasha Yar orders. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer REALLY.]]
** Also a meta example: seeing your three most senior Bridge Officers as [=NPC=]s in the mission and watching their dejected lives can inspire some players to want to restore the timeline.
** In a case of ThrowItIn, the fate of T'nae in the original version of the mission was left ambiguous. The latest version on Tribble, preparing for ''Legacy of Romulus'' has her as the ''Enterprise-C'' Science officer to reinforce the fact ''she is on the Enterprise-C and that this T'nae's fate is in the air.''
* ''Operation Gamma'': going up alone against a Jem'Hadar attack ship ''while in a shuttlecraft'', ''after'' having gone up against several wings of Jem'Hadar fighters. All this to the background of [[spoiler: a Starfleet/KDF fleet attacking the Jem'Hadar ''as a distraction to let you sneak into the Gamma Wormhole'']].



* The announcement that Michael Dorn is returning as Worf starting in Season 8. [[http://www.startrek.com/article/first-look-worf-returns-to-trek-we-talk-to-michael-dorn]]
* ''Sphere of Influence'': Not only do you get to team up with Ambassador Worf, near the end you get to command him in battle as a Bridge Officer, alongside Captain's Shon and Koren, [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and A'dranna]]. Yes, ''you're commanding one of the most well-known characters in ST, along with the captain's of the Federation + KDF's current flagships''. How many would have a chance to do that?
** Your enemy? At least thirty Elachi ships, mostly of high-ranking types. Opposed by yourself + the aforementioned team in a powerful Carrier ship, the Enterprise-F and Bortasqu', and every other available ship from all three factions. ''Then you pretty much kick their asses''.
-->'''Worf:''' The Elachi can send their entire fleet. [[BadassBoast We will not fail.]]
** Then afterward, Worf says it was an honor to fight alongside you.
** Another subtle one from the episode. The new Romulan Flagship Commander? Tiaru Jarok, the daughter of Admiral Jarok from [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG's]] ''The Defector'' who gave up his career and later his life so that she could live in a peaceful Romulus. Romulus may be gone, but she's now defending the peace her people have on New Romulus in his name.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqed10FOmL4&list=PL2C5A1C00D626A0C7 The Free to Play trailer qualifies.]] Not just for being really pretty and showing off the game. But also because of the monologue reminding that while this is an era of war, they are still Starfleet officers and their first duty is still the truth.
* An off-screen one for Ambassador S'tass. Managing to get the Klingon High Council to at least entertain the idea of a Gorn representative. Considering how xenophobic and oppressive the Klinks are to their vassal races, you know he's damn good at his job.
* ''A Step Between Stars'' is one... but not for the player. [[spoiler: FOR THE UNDINE AND THE ICONIANS]]. While trying to save Admiral Tuvok and the scientists trapped on the solar station for the Solanae Dyson Sphere, the player and Tuvok are manipulated into opening an Iconian Gateway by [[spoiler: Dr. Cooper, who is a really an Undine in disguise.]] The gateway leads to the recently disappeared [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jenolan Dyson Sphere]] when the Undine outside the sphere burst in and attack the Voth Battleship and the player's ship. The Romulan and KDF Flagships come to your rescue... but all 3 factions are fighting over who gets the Jenolan Sphere. The Federation claims since they had held it for 40 years before it changed locations, it's rightfully theirs. The Klingons argue they've possessed no territory gained from the Joint Command Operations and it's their right to claim the Jenolan Sphere. The Romulans argue since the Solanae Sphere and the gateway network that connects them is now owned by the Romulans this sphere is properly ''their'' space now. Congratulations, the [[spoiler: Undine]] have successfully undermined the alliance that we've been working for the last year or so. But remember whose pulling their stings. [[spoiler: The Iconians are the true winners of this battle and no doubt ensured that it was Jenolan that the gateway linked to. Once again, they with one single swipe have started strife across the Alpha Quadrant.]] The only HopeSpot is Tuvok leading a conference soon to try to resolve this issue.. [[DownerEnding but if it fails...]]
** It's easily missable, but the Undine use their planet-killer beam to blast through the doorway of the Jenolan Dyson Sphere like it's nothing - however as we found out in TNG "Relics" when the Sphere was discovered, the outer shell is composed of carbon-neutronium [[note]] The latter of which is a substance so fantastically hard that all conventional weapons bounce off without effect, even centuries after it's discovery[[/note]]. So therefore, not only did they blast through a ''[[{{Understatement}} very]]'' sturdy material, but the beam retained enough power to blast the Voth Capital Dreadnought into oblivion afterward.
** Much like Operation Gamma (see above), [[spoiler:full-scale fleets are a ''distraction'' while we sneak in virtually undetected.]] But instead of doing so in a shuttlecraft, the player's ship gets the honor, ''flying dangerously close to a'' '''star''' ''and using it's damaging energies to work in your favor.''
** Then in the middle of the final fight:
-->'''[[spoiler:Undine!Cooper:]]''' "You are a failure, Tuvok. The Alpha Quadrant will ''burn'' because of you.
-->'''Tuvok:''' "[[ShutUpHannibal Many have tried before you. All have failed.]]"



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* ''A Step Between Stars'' is one... but not for the player. [[spoiler: FOR THE UNDINE AND THE ICONIANS]]. While trying to save Admiral Tuvok and the scientists trapped on the solar station for the Solanae Dyson Sphere, the player and Tuvok are manipulated into opening an Iconian Gateway by [[spoiler: Dr. Cooper, who is a really an Undine in disguise.]] The gateway leads to the recently disappeared [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jenolan Dyson Sphere]] when the Undine outside the sphere burst in and attack the Voth Battleship and the player's ship. The Romulan and KDF Flagships come to your rescue... but all 3 factions are fighting over who gets the Jenolan Sphere. The Federation claims since they had held it for 40 years before it changed locations, it's rightfully theirs. The Klingons argue they've possessed no territory gained from the Joint Command Operations and it's their right to claim the Jenolan Sphere. The Romulans argue since the Solanae Sphere and the gateway network that connects them is now owned by the Romulans this sphere is properly ''their'' space now. Congratulations, the [[spoiler: Undine]] have successfully undermined the alliance that we've been working for the last year or so. But remember whose pulling their stings. [[spoiler: The Iconians are the true winners of this battle and no doubt ensured that it was Jenolan that the gateway linked to. Once again, they with one single swipe have started strife across the Alpha Quadrant.]] The only HopeSpot is Tuvok leading a conference soon to try to resolve this issue.. [[DownerEnding but if it fails...]]
** It's easily missable, but the Undine use their planet-killer beam to blast through the doorway of the Jenolan Dyson Sphere like it's nothing - however as we found out in TNG "Relics" when the Sphere was discovered, the outer shell is composed of carbon-neutronium [[note]] The latter of which is a substance so fantastically hard that all conventional weapons bounce off without effect, even centuries after it's discovery[[/note]]. So therefore, not only did they blast through a ''[[{{Understatement}} very]]'' sturdy material, but the beam retained enough power to blast the Voth Capital Dreadnought into oblivion afterward.
** Much like Operation Gamma (see above), [[spoiler:full-scale fleets are a ''distraction'' while we sneak in virtually undetected.]] But instead of doing so in a shuttlecraft, the player's ship gets the honor, ''flying dangerously close to a'' '''star''' ''and using it's damaging energies to work in your favor.''
** Then in the middle of the final fight:
-->'''[[spoiler:Undine!Cooper:]]''' "You are a failure, Tuvok. The Alpha Quadrant will ''burn'' because of you.
-->'''Tuvok:''' "[[ShutUpHannibal Many have tried before you. All have failed.]]"
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* The announcement that Michael Dorn is returning as Worf starting in Season 8. [[http://www.startrek.com/article/first-look-worf-returns-to-trek-we-talk-to-michael-dorn]]
* ''Sphere of Influence'': Not only do you get to team up with Ambassador Worf, near the end you get to command him in battle as a Bridge Officer, alongside Captain's Shon and Koren, [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and A'dranna]]. Yes, ''you're commanding one of the most well-known characters in ST, along with the captain's of the Federation + KDF's current flagships''. How many would have a chance to do that?
** Your enemy? At least thirty Elachi ships, mostly of high-ranking types. Opposed by yourself + the aforementioned team in a powerful Carrier ship, the Enterprise-F and Bortasqu', and every other available ship from all three factions. ''Then you pretty much kick their asses''.
-->'''Worf:''' The Elachi can send their entire fleet. [[BadassBoast We will not fail.]]
** Then afterward, Worf says it was an honor to fight alongside you.
** Another subtle one from the episode. The new Romulan Flagship Commander? Tiaru Jarok, the daughter of Admiral Jarok from [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG's]] ''The Defector'' who gave up his career and later his life so that she could live in a peaceful Romulus. Romulus may be gone, but she's now defending the peace her people have on New Romulus in his name.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqed10FOmL4&list=PL2C5A1C00D626A0C7 The Free to Play trailer qualifies.]] Not just for being really pretty and showing off the game. But also because of the monologue reminding that while this is an era of war, they are still Starfleet officers and their first duty is still the truth.



* ''Ragnarok'': [[spoiler: Scotty]] manages to successfully figure out and adapt 26th century Starfleet technology after having just been shifted forward (and based on what he says he was probably whisked forward from before USS ''Jenolan'' crashed, so that was from the starting point of only being familiar with 2''3''rd century technology), during a battle, without any assistance from actual 26th century people.



* ''Beyond the Nexus'' is one for the devs, considering the sheer level of effort they put into faithfully reproducing the Galaxy-class interior, even including the not-mission-relevant Ready Room and Conference Room.

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* ''Beyond the Nexus'' is one for the devs, considering the sheer level of effort they put into faithfully reproducing the Galaxy-class interior, even including the not-mission-relevant Ready Room and Conference Room.Room.
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29th Sep '17 6:43:02 PM Nepsis
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* ''Brushfire'': has you rescue [[spoiler: General Martok]] from a secret holding facility, and watch him finally finish off [[spoiler: Torg]].

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* ''Brushfire'': has you rescue [[spoiler: General Martok]] from a secret holding facility, and watch him finally finish off [[spoiler: Torg]].Torg]].
* ''Beyond the Nexus'' is one for the devs, considering the sheer level of effort they put into faithfully reproducing the Galaxy-class interior, even including the not-mission-relevant Ready Room and Conference Room.
29th Sep '17 6:16:53 PM Nepsis
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* 2017 saw the ''Miranda''-class starship model revamped to a screen-accurate appearance, along with additional costume parts for the major variants of it seen in ''[=TNG=]'' & ''[=DS9=]'' such as the ''Soyuz'' & ''Saratoga''. Not long afterward, the refit ''Constitution''-class from the [[Creator/WilliamShatner Shatner]]-era movies got the same treatment, much to the delight of fans.

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* 2017 saw the ''Miranda''-class starship model revamped to a screen-accurate appearance, along with additional costume parts for the major variants of it seen in ''[=TNG=]'' & ''[=DS9=]'' such as the ''Soyuz'' & ''Saratoga''. Not long afterward, the refit ''Constitution''-class from the [[Creator/WilliamShatner Shatner]]-era movies got the same treatment, much to the delight of fans.fans.
* ''Brushfire'': has you rescue [[spoiler: General Martok]] from a secret holding facility, and watch him finally finish off [[spoiler: Torg]].
16th Aug '17 6:41:41 PM nombretomado
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--> Captain Geko: "All I want is [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]] [[XMeetsY with]] [[FrickinLaserBeams frickiní laser beams on their heads!]] Iím being serious; this is a game. [[RuleOfCool Letís have some fun!]]"

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--> Captain Geko: "All I want is [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]] [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY with]] [[FrickinLaserBeams frickiní laser beams on their heads!]] Iím being serious; this is a game. [[RuleOfCool Letís have some fun!]]"
13th Jul '17 12:57:02 AM Orca1_9904
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* The 2017 First Contact Day has players hunt down pieces to make a model Phoenix Warp Ship, then make the pieces better to make it fly farther. When you go to launch the rocket, the moment is made even better with Steppenwolf's "Magic Carpet Ride" blasting.

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* The 2017 First Contact Day has players hunt down pieces to make a model Phoenix Warp Ship, then make the pieces better to make it fly farther. When you go to launch the rocket, the moment is made even better with Steppenwolf's "Magic Carpet Ride" blasting.blasting.
* 2017 saw the ''Miranda''-class starship model revamped to a screen-accurate appearance, along with additional costume parts for the major variants of it seen in ''[=TNG=]'' & ''[=DS9=]'' such as the ''Soyuz'' & ''Saratoga''. Not long afterward, the refit ''Constitution''-class from the [[Creator/WilliamShatner Shatner]]-era movies got the same treatment, much to the delight of fans.
30th Mar '17 2:10:55 PM Blazer
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* ''Ragnarok'': [[spoiler: Scotty]] manages to successfully figure out and adapt 26th century Starfleet technology after having just been shifted forward (and based on what he says he was probably whisked forward from before USS ''Jenolan'' crashed, so that was from the starting point of only being familiar with 2''3''rd century technology), during a battle, without any assistance from actual 26th century people.

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* ''Ragnarok'': [[spoiler: Scotty]] manages to successfully figure out and adapt 26th century Starfleet technology after having just been shifted forward (and based on what he says he was probably whisked forward from before USS ''Jenolan'' crashed, so that was from the starting point of only being familiar with 2''3''rd century technology), during a battle, without any assistance from actual 26th century people.people.
* The 2017 First Contact Day has players hunt down pieces to make a model Phoenix Warp Ship, then make the pieces better to make it fly farther. When you go to launch the rocket, the moment is made even better with Steppenwolf's "Magic Carpet Ride" blasting.
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