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One Shots: Two ships are better than one

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When you’re facing danger, and reinforcements would take too long to reach you, what’s a good commander to do? Well, if you’re playing Star Trek Online, you could simply separate the saucer section of your ship and give yourself the ability to fight the enemy on two sides! Today we have a great shot showing a ship that has just separated — the U.S.S. Vesuvius — courtesy of its commander, Vice Admiral Feis. He writes in:

Exploring the B-Tran Cluster and for tactical reasons, engaged the saucer separation. The purpose is that it creates two ships to attack the selected target, but more importantly, it allows the Star Drive section to have the same maneuverability as an escort class ship. The retrofit Galaxy class cruiser is available in two models: the classic Star Trek: The Next Generation look or this newer ‘armored’ look.”

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