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House Pegh Review

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House Pegh has finally arrived! I don't know about you but I've been looking forward to this episode because of how amazing the dev blogs made it sound. So the real question is, did House Pegh measure up to all the hype? Warning, this blog may contain spoilers!

Personally, I think this episode was pretty good overall. It definitely has its shortcomings though. For starters the story was fairly short and a bit predictable. You may have noticed that when fighting alongside House Pegh the Heralds were stronger. When you fought them alone they were easier to kill. Maybe there should be some consistency?

The idea of House Pegh is a good one. I was a bit surprised by who the leader was, but as soon as I saw him I knew exactly what was going to happen. Although I'm wondering why that was done. Do you think Cryptic has a bigger story in mind for the Klingons? I sure hope so! Let's be honest, the Klingons are definitely the most interesting and popular race in Star Trek.

Anyway let's get back to the topic. I liked the mechanics of the ground portion. You and a House Pegh team split up, take care of your own objectives, then meet up again. The Klingon song was great (they always are) so I'm glad Cryptic added that.

I'm going to say this is one of the better episodes that has been released recently. I actually have two questions for this blog. First, what did you think of House Pegh? Second, what are your thoughts on Cryptic's new approach to releasing episodes quickly?

Written by Attilio on May 31, 2015 at 10:01 pm


Jimmy (Guest) said...
June 01, 2015 at 08:38 am

I like it too and my guild, S.A.S. Fleet or specialize attack squadron fleet think we going back to get that sword and wolf will lead it since he love that sword and was the one who found it the first time for the empire.

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Chris (Member) said...
June 01, 2015 at 10:51 am

I liked the episode, but I do have two issues:


So, I felt bad that Kahless was caught monologuing by the Iconian. He seemed a bit experienced to leave such a wounded enemy alive. (He seemed to be taunting a cornered animal.)

Second, I thought our mission was successful to destroy the Omega generators? Did the Heralds sneak back and undo our explosives, etc, and it wasn't mentioned?

Odd- but I'll have plenty of times to attempt to succeed as I get more traits, etc, in the coming weeks.


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Jstagg (Guest) said...
June 01, 2015 at 05:31 pm

I really liked the episode, and especially how progressive Cryptic were with it (B'lera for example!). Definitely a step in the right direction.

But yes, as soon as we seen who the leader was (and that he needed a go on a treadmill), it was obvious what was going to happen, but it is what it is.

I am looking forward to seeing this unfold!

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Chris (Member) replied...
June 01, 2015 at 10:50 pm

You guys are nice to keep saying the leader, etc, but I figured when they posted the Kahless Opera on the main website Friday, it was fair game to say on Monday.

I should be kinder! ; )

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MTemplar (Guest) said...
June 01, 2015 at 11:57 pm

For the most part I was happy with it. Great to see them using more TV show characters for the game.


Seriously, he was monologuing. That's such a cliche thing to do. A real Klingon would have attacked and kept attacking until it's target is dead.

Also like Jstagg said, he needs to go on a diet and exercise a bit. Holy crap, it's like someone at Cryptic said he needs a blood wine gut. When asked how big, the person in charge said max out the slider.

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Myrddnn (Member) said...
June 06, 2015 at 11:01 am

Leaving that sword behind almost writes the next episode.....

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