Vulcan Mind Meld Goes Too Far

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cheesebeagle
cheesebeagle

And in that same mission, the Tuvok NPC from within the mindmeld follows you when the map transitions, so you’ve got two Tuvoks.

One of many numerous bugs.

I wouldn’t mind if the game felt like Trek, but...

That’s a 5 player advanced mission. Yes he’s soloing it. Yes it’s vs the Borg. No it’s not unusual. Yes, you saw him go down to 0 health and not die (Zahl trait). Yes, that buff bar is insanely long (and they’ve gotten longer since this was made). STO pretty much perfected the art of powercreep.

No, don’t bother thinking about what this means for PvP, it’s unsurprisingly dead.