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The Casual Player’s Guide to Performing in Delta Rising . The Casual Player’s Guide to Delta Rising. Delta Rising, the second expansion to Star Trek Online ...

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Delta Rising, the second expansion to Star Trek Online, introduced a slew of changes. The level-cap increase from 50 to 60, Tier 6 Ships, MK 14 gear, and harder queues have really changed the pace of gameplay. Unfortunately for more casual players, the progression has left some of us feeling as if we’re stuck at level 20 while only the hard-core players are truly max-level. So we’re starting a Command School series to help you refocus your attention on your Skills and Gear and – ultimately – help you to feel confident when joining missions like the new Advanced and Elite Queues.

Let’s be honest with each other here…. Yes, this is going to be about increasing your DPS (or “Damage Per Second”) output — in part — but you don’t need to be a tactical Captain in a Scimitar to bring your game-play to the next level. Don’t lose sight of science abilities like the ever popular Gravity Well or Viral Matrix to help debuff those enemies while still being able to dish out some serious damage.

Prior to Delta Rising, there were players already pushing DPS beyond 30,000.  Regardless, to be a contributing player in things like Borg STFs – prior to Delta Rising – players were fine as long as they were doing above three to five thousand. However, with the queue revamps in Delta Rising, players should really be aiming to perform closer to an average of 10,000 DPS or better.