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Star Trek Online adds free Lower Decks Duty Officers

Star Trek Online has added free Star Trek Lower Decks Duty Officers to the game to celebrate the release of franchise’s newest animated show.

Players can grab the following Duty Officers for free via the Duty Officers tab of the Zen Store. Characters are detailed from left to right as per the image above.

Ensign Beckett Mariner

  • Species: Human
  • Profession: Assault Squad Officer / Tactical
  • Traits: Aggressive, Unruly, Stubborn, Resolve
  • Active Roster Power: Space – Blast Shield:  Chance on use of Security Team to apply secondary shields. And then remove them. Then apply them. Then remove them. Then apply them.
  • Flavor Quote: “It is better down here, where the real action is.”

Ensign Brad Boimler

  • Species: Human
  • Profession: Security Officer / Tactical
  • Traits: Congenial, Tactful, Emotional, Resolve
  • Active Roster Power: Space – Improvised Waste Disposal: Chance for basic torpedoes to leave behind a toxic hazard on hit. This is Klingon-prison stuff.
  • Flavor Quote: “Hey, if I part my hair like this do I look more promotable, or less?”

Ensign Tendi

  • Species: Orion
  • Profession: Nurse / Medical
  • Traits: Congenial, Emotional, Teamwork, Resolve
  • Active Roster Power: Ground – Way Past Triage: Chance for Heals to pump up the target with a recharge reduction to Kit Abilities.
  • Flavor Quote: “Sorry! Sorry! Sorry!”

Ensign Rutherford

  • Species: Cybernetically-Enhanced Human
  • Profession: Systems Engineer / Engineering
  • Traits: Efficient, Unscrupulous, Cunning, Resolve
  • Active Roster Power: Ground – Might Get Fired For This: Your support drones have a chance to explode immediately after being created, dealing heavy kinetic damage and knockback to nearby enemies. If this happens, recharge time on that power is also reset.
  • Flavor Quote: “Okee-Dokee!”

Star Trek Online is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4. Star Trek Lower Decksdebuts on 6 August via CBS All Access in America and on Sci-Fi Channel and Crave in Canada; distribution rights for the rest of the world have yet to be confirmed.



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