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Star Trek Online

Mirrors and Smoke Rewards Week 1

By Ambassador Kael
Tue 25 Apr 2017 10:30:00 AM PDT

Each week we’ll roll out new rewards for the Featured Episode “Mirrors and Smoke”. The first weeks reward is the Kentari Fortified Combat Armor. In addition, the first completion of this mission on an account this week will grant a Featured Episode Weekly Reward Box. This box gives your choice of an Enhanced Universal Tech Upgrade or a Captain Specialization Point Box, which gives the character who opens it a Specialization Point. The Weekly Reward Box, Tech Upgrade, and Specialization Point Box are all Bound to Account, and may be freely traded between your characters. The Specialization Point Box requires the opening character to be level 50 or above.

This Combat Armor is the result of many attempts at creating a more protective but productive armor for the Kentari military. The armor is designed to infuse the wearer with increased capacity to take damage rather than waste profits on more durable materials.  Additionally, when used with other Kentari designed gear the excessive power can be further modulated to protect the wearer. This effect is not guaranteed to occur as that would not be cost-effective.

The Kentari Fortified Combat Armor counts towards the Excessive Development set. Collect and equip pieces from this set to unlock powerful set bonuses:

Excessive Development

Defensive Countermeasures (2 piece)

This 2 piece bonus provides:

  • Kentari Armor and Shield gain:
    • 12.5% chance: +Temporary Hit Points for 60 seconds when you take damage.
  • +20% Plasma Damage

Residuum Reactant Deployment (3 piece)

This 3 piece bonus provides:

  • Call in a bombardment of Plasma Residuum reactant. The target area is applied with a healthy coating of residuum reactant stacks. Once applied you can then trigger this power again to deploy a catalyst within the hazardous area to deal additional damage based on the amount of residuum reactant stacks.

Next week we’ll reveal week two’s reward for “Mirrors and Smoke”

Matthew Campbell

Systems Designer

Star Trek Online

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