Community Resources

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Drop me an email at lootcritter@outlook.com

P.A.L. Gaming’s YouTube Channel

photoPAL Gaming – aka @Rancid_eyes offers advice not only for specific ship builds and tutorials on how to use them effectively.  I’m particularly fond of his science build advice 😉  Rather than narration – his vids offer onscreen tips on specifically how to use the builds most effectively. A regular  contributor to The Show, you can find his channel here.

Timberwolf’s YouTube Channel

timberwolf-smallTimberwolf’s channel offers a variety of build advice, game tips, and queue guides.  In addition to helping me out with the occasional ship review, Timberwolf provides unbiased opinions on changes to Star Trek Online each and every week as part of the Pilot Review Show.  His down-to-earth style will appeal to players of every level, providing valuable advice and guidance.  Definitely worth checking out! (@timberwolf1701)

You can find his most current postings here on his YouTube Channel.

Teacher Kirby’s YouTube Channel

photo-1I have a soft spot for Teach Kirby’s videos – she’s helped me remember much of what I’ve forgotten about the game – from settings management to general play tips that help make the game more enjoyable.  Autofire on the ground you say?  I didn’t know that was possible!  Get the most out of Star Trek Online’s often complicated (and undocumented) features, episode walkthroughs and play tips here on Kirby’s Channel.

 


Updates:  I’ll be adding much more over the coming weeks.  If you’ve got a resource you think our readers would like to see – send me a link and description to lootcritter@outlook.com.