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Some common questions and answers to your Star Trek Fleet Command queries.

What is RoE?

RoE stands for "Rules of Engagement." RoE is not rules put in place by the game makers but instead a set of rules that are followed by members of a server.

Not all servers have the same RoE rules. It is important to note that these rules are devised by other players in an effort to improve gameplay and some alliances require its members to follow RoE. But that breaking them does not violate any game rules.

What does OPL mean?

Not sure what another player means when they say OPL? OPL stands for "over protected limit."

Every starship has two distinct cargo hold numbers. The first is for total cargo capacity. The second is for your Protected Cargo which can NEVER be taken from you when your ship is attacked, even if completely destroyed in battle.

What does OPC stand for?

OPC is an abbreviation for "Over protected capacity."

Every starship has two distinct cargo hold numbers. The first is for total cargo capacity. The second is for your Protected Cargo which can NEVER be taken from you when your ship is attacked, even if completely destroyed in battle.

What does KOS mean?

KOS is an abbreviation for "kill on sight."

How can I travel to the new Borg space?

You can now travel to the new Borg space by using the new item called Transwarp Cells. Once Warp has initiated a Transwarp Cell will be used from your inventory. Please note – if you cancel warp the Transwarp Cell will still be consumed, so be mindful when warping to the new Borg systems.

How can I obtain the transwarp cells?

Transwarp cells can be obtained only if you have built the Vi’dar. Then they will appear through a chest in the gifts section that can be claimed every 22 hours.

How many Transwarp Cells can one have in their inventory?

You can only have up to 8 transwarp cells in your inventory. If you have more than 8, you won’t be able to claim them from that chest until you’ve spent some and have less than 8 again.

Originally posted on December 28, 2021 @ 5:00 pm