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The Borg are Coming (M60)
A new era is beginning - horizons widen, new tech is found, powerful Officers and Ships join our Fleet, space becomes a more dangerous place and the shadow of the Borg Cube looms over our heads.You can resist, but it might be futile!
Commanders (from Operations level 28 onwards) will be able to acquire their own Borg Cube (Epic) and terrorize whoever decides to stand in their way.
- The Borg Cube is a uniquely powerful combat ship that will remain relevant throughout all Ops levels. Initially, the blueprints can be obtained from the free and elite tracks of the Update 60 battle pass. Unlike any ship before, the Borg Cube is meant to grow with you as you progress through your Star Trek Fleet Command journey and scales based on the power of your Faction Ships.
- There will be 18 Tiers and 90 Levels to unlock and, at its peak, it might surpass all other Faction Ships (Federation, Klingon and Romulan) of the same rarity. The Cube comes with a very special Active Ability: “Borg Cutting Beam” - with it, the Ship will deal damage outside of combat by applying direct Hull Damage to the selected targets without entering battle. The 'Cube' r equires a totally maxed G6 Epic ship to tier up.
- A Borg Cube that has not been updated at all, will not have any resource costs to repair.
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Once the Beam is charged, you may select the ship you wish to fire upon from anywhere in the same system and select the Borg Cutting Beam Icon on the enemy pop-up. This does not apply against Player Stations, Alliance Starbases and Armada Targets.The more you damage enemy ships, the faster the Beam will charge - charging will depend on HHP damage dealt in regular combat. The Borg Cutting Beam is also unique in that it bypasses all defenses and does direct hull damage. Current officers in Star Trek Fleet Command and research not found specifically for the Borg Cube will not affect its damage or charge rate. Note that the Borg Cutting Beam will have diminishing returns on its damage when attacking a target higher in level than you.
- When a player successfully destroys a PVE target using the Ship’s Active Ability, a new resource called “Technological Distinctiveness” will be awarded. This will be useful for refinement into “Shape Memory Alloy” (Borg Ship Parts) and “Advanced Cybernetics“ (Research Dust), needed to upgrade the Borg Cube itself. The more you assimilate, the stronger the Borg will become.
- This material can then be exchanged in the refinery by navigating to the “Borg Cube Refinery in the “Support Tab” for either upgrade material to tier up your Borg Cube, or for the material needed to progress the new Borg Cube research nodes, which can be found in the Ex-Borg research tree. As you progress your Borg Cube, you will need Borg Data Nodes provided by one of the three factions (Federation, Klingon, and Romulan). Upon reaching one of the above milestones with your faction ships, you will be rewarded with a Borg Data Node from the corresponding faction which can be claimed in the gifts tab. This means that if you so choose, you can acquire and tier up three Borg Cubes.
More information about the Borg Cube available HERE !
Ukraine war latest: Russia raining 'hell fire' on Ukrainian troops on bank of river; why Putin is reluctant to mobilise more troops
Vladimir Putin is reluctant to mobilise more troops in Ukraine ahead of an election next year, an analyst has suggested. Listen to a Daily podcast special on the war while you scroll.
Wednesday 15 November 2023 10:59, UK
- Russia raining 'hell fire' on Ukrainian troops on bank of Dnipro river
- Strike devastates apartment building in eastern town
- Weather beginning to affect battlespace, ISW says
- Fierce fighting at Avdiivka continues as Russia brings in 'more and more' infantry
- Sean Bell analysis: Putin hesitant to mobilise more troops to Ukraine - why?
- Philip Ingram analysis: Who is winning the war?
- Live reporting by Lauren Russell
Yesterday, we reported that one potential gain for North Korea after supplying Russia with weapons to use in Ukraine, is for assistance on its own weapons programmes.
North Korea is specifically after a military satellite and its own nuclear weapons programme.
Today there has been potential progress on this, as Alexander Kozlov, the Russian natural resources minister, is visiting Pyongyang.
The visit is important to note as North Korea announced new progress on its banned ballistic missile programme.
North Korea's missile programme, as well as its nuclear weapons, have been banned by the UN Security Council rulings, which also imposed sanctions on the country.
But state media reported today that the country had successfully conducted static tests of "new-type high-thrust solid-fuel engines" for intermediate-range ballistic missiles (IRBMs).
As Mr Kozlov arrived in the North Korean capital, Lloyd Austin, the US defence secretary, met with UN member states after concern that China and Russia are helping North Korea expand its military capabilities by enabling Pyongyang to evade UN sanctions.
The Russian military has claimed it is raining "hell fire" on Ukrainian troops that have crossed the Dnipro river to the east bank - which is currently held by Russia.
Comments from Vladimir Saldo, a Russian-installed official, came after Volodymyr Zelenskyy's chief of staff, said Ukraine had secured a foothold on the bank of the river (see our post below).
In reaction, the Ukrainian military said it was trying to push back Russian forces along the river in the southern Kherson region.
It called for operational "silence" along what it described as a "fairly fluid" front line.
"Along the front line, which runs along the Dnipro... The pushback from our side is taking place on a line 2-5 miles along the entire bank from the water's edge," Natalia Humeniuk, spokesperson for the southern military command, said in televised comments.
She said informational silence would allow troops to "report later on great successes."
Ukrainian troops have "gained a foothold on the eastern bank of the Dnipro" river, according to the Ukrainian president's office.
Andriy Yermak, Volodymyr Zelenskyy's chief of staff, said Ukraine's Defence Forces had made progress in the Kherson region "against all odds".
"Step by step, they are demilitarising Crimea. We have covered 70% of the distance," he said, in comments published on Mr Zelenskyy's website.
"And our counteroffensive is developing."
This is the first official acknowledgement that Ukraine were stationed on the east bank of the river.
Officials have been cautious in describing activities in the area as Ukraine's counteroffensive has only made small gains in four months.
In the early days of the invasion, Russia seized the Kherson region and held the west bank of the Dnipro, but later abandoned the territory to focus on other towns from new positions on the east bank.
Kherson City was then recaptured by Ukraine last November.
The comments from Ukraine came shortly after two Russian state news agencies withdrew information after reporting that troops were moving to "more favourable positions" east of the Dnipro.
The RBC news outlet quoted the defence ministry saying on Monday: "The sending of a false report about the 'regrouping' of troops in the Dnipro region, allegedly on behalf of the press centre of the Russian Ministry of Defence, is a provocation."
Ahead of the presidential elections, Vladimir Putin is keen to "paint himself as the 'patriotic' candidate".
The Russian leader is yet to officially announce he is re-running for office, but the UK's Ministry of Defence said he has been using certain tactics in the run-up to the 2024 election.
Firstly, it has been confirmed Mr Putin will hold his traditional combined news conference and public phone-in before the end of this year.
The event was confirmed by the Kremlin after being cancelled last year, the MoD said in its daily update.
This will be seen by officials in Russia as an "important waypoint in Putin's anticipated campaign" to secure a fifth term in office after the election in March.
Secondly, Mr Putin has visited the Southern Military District headquarters, to meet with the chief of general staff and Russia's defence minister.
It is the second visit in four weeks.
Mr Putin is expected to announce his presidential candidacy before the end of this year.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has claimed that Russia is losing equipment and men faster and on a larger scale during their attacks on Avdiivka in comparison to the fight for Bakhmut.
The Ukrainian president described Russian assaults in the eastern Donetsk region, including around Avdiivka, as "very intense".
"Russia is already losing men and equipment near Avdiivka faster and on a larger scale than, for example, near Bakhmut," Mr Zelenskyy said during his nightly video address.
"Withstanding their pressure is extremely difficult... The more Russian forces that are destroyed near Avdiivka, the worse the overall situation will be for the enemy and the overall course of this war."
The city of Avdiivka has been in Russia's sights since mid-October and officials from the town, which had a pre-war population of 32,000, say not a single building remains intact.
It lies 20km west of the regional capital of Donetsk.
It comes after they captured the eastern town of Bakhmut in May.
Official Russian accounts of fighting in the east made no mention of Avdiivka, though prominent Russian war blogger Rybar said there had been "some headway" in positions around the town.
As we explained in our good morning post, overnight, an apartment building in the eastern town of Selydove was hit by an alleged Russian missile.
Ihor Klymenko, Ukraine's interior minister, said five people, including a child, were rescued from affected buildings and one person was believed to be trapped under the rubble.
Iryna Shushura, a police paramedic on the scene, said two strikes had occurred at around 1am. One hit the building and another landed about 100 meters away.
Early this morning, rescuers were pictured clearing the rubble.
They warned residents against approaching the building, which appeared to have been obliterated by the impact.
Olha, a 64-year-old woman who lives next door to the building, said: "There were no soldiers living there, only civilians.
"People have been left with nothing."
Below are the latest images from the scene:
Russian troops have continued simultaneous assault attempts in several directions on the east of Ukraine, now launching even more attack drones, a top Ukrainian military official has said.
One goal of Kyiv's counteroffensive was to retake occupied land in the country's south and east, but this has not managed to progress as quickly as hoped due to heavy mining and strong defensive lines of Russian troops.
This was followed by a massive offensive campaign from Russia near the eastern town of Avdiivka.
Last night, Oleksandr Syrskyi, head of Ukraine's ground forces, said in spite of heavy losses, Russia had been attacking Ukrainian positions near Kupyansk - an eastern city right on the frontline.
"In addition, the enemy has increased the use of kamikaze drones," Mr Syrskyi said.
"North and south of Bakhmut, Russian troops are trying to seize the initiative by conducting counterattacks."
He said Ukrainian troops had managed to defend the territory.
Hello and welcome back to our live coverage of the war in Ukraine.
Russia continues to intensify its attacks on positions in the east, around Bakhmut and Avdiivka.
Overnight at least one person was killed after a Russian missile hit an apartment building in the town of Selydove in eastern Ukraine, according to authorities.
Five others, including a child, were rescued but at least one person is believed to be trapped under the rubble, Ihor Klymenko, Ukrainian interior minister, said.
Here are some of the key developments from the past 24 hours:
- Ukrainian troops in the southern Kherson region have established a foothold on the eastern bank of the Dnipro river, according to Volodymyr Zelenskyy's chief of staff;
- Mr Zelenskyy said defending the city of Avdiivka was key to Kyiv's war plans;
- European Union nations risk failing to provide Ukraine with the one million rounds of ammunition they pledged to deliver;
- A man convicted over the 2006 killing of Anna Politkovskaya, a Russian investigative journalist, received a presidential pardon after he served in Ukraine, his lawyer has said.
Here's the latest territorial picture on the ground:
We're ending our live coverage of the war in Ukraine for today - but here are the key developments you may have missed:
- The Russian defence ministry is reportedly attempting to recruit ex-Wagner personnel, without much success, according to the Institute for the Study of War. More than 120 ex-Wagner fighters reportedly turned down a 110,000 ruble (about $1,200) position;
- The bill approving Sweden's NATO membership is expected to be debated by the Turkish parliament's foreign affairs commission on Thursday. This could come as a blow to Vladimir Putin who invaded Ukraine in part to curb efforts by Volodymyr Zelenskyy to also join NATO;
- At least one person died and one was injured after Russia hit the Dnipropetrovsk region with three kamikaze drones, according to the governor of the region;
- Germany has said it will double military aid for Ukraine. A draft of the country's next budget brings the total to €8bn (£6.99bn) in 2024;
- European Union nations risk failing to provide Ukraine with the one million rounds of ammunition they pledged to deliver.
The US ambassador to Ukraine has attended a ceremony to hand over heavy machinery that will help clear rubble, repair infrastructure and eliminate the consequences of air and artillery shelling.
The images below show Bridget Brink making a speech and then cutting a ceremonial ribbon in front of the gifted JCB yellow diggers.
The machines have been given as part of an assistance package from the United States Agency for International Development - an independent agency of the US government responsible for administering civilian foreign aid.
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Mosgortrans says the 1,000 electric buses currently running on 66 routes in Moscow comprise one of the largest zero-emission fleets in Europe and America. “In December, Moscow has received the 1000th electric bus assembled by the Russian manufacturer Kamaz,” said Maksim Liksutov, the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport. He added that Moscow planned to purchase 500 more eco-friendly buses this year, which is slightly up from previous announcements . Mosgortrans initially scheduled 420 vehicles.
For the new 500 buses for 2022, the city government said it would use funds from green bonds. The latter is a fixed-income instrument, i.e. a bond issued by the government in this case, which provides investors with a return in the form of fixed periodic payments and the eventual return of principal at maturity. Mosgortrans says the green bonds in Russia were specifically earmarked to raise money for climate and environmental projects. The surface public transport operator added that nearly half of the Moscow electric bus fleet have been financed by green bonds.
“Nowadays, green bonds are in high demand in Russia. All funds from this project will be used to purchase electric buses and the construction of new metro stations,” said Vladimir Efimov, the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations.
As reported , Mosgortrans aims to convert Moscow’s entire bus fleet to electric by 2030. In the nearer term, the operator will buy and take into service 2,000 electric buses and install over 500 charging stations by 2023.
At present, Mosgortrans claims the existing electric bus fleet has run 60 million kilometres and carried more than 156 million passengers. So far, there are 168 charging depots in Moscow, with another 115 to be integrated next year.
As with previous announcements, the latest release does not disclose details on pricing or the vehicle type. Until now, Mosgortrans has relied on GAZ and Kamaz for electric city buses and calls the model the “Moscow electric bus”. Kamaz has opened a dedicated electric bus plant last April , located at the Sokolniki Auto Repair and Construction Plant (SVARZ), a branch of Mosgortrans in Moscow. The Kamaz plant can produce 500 electric buses a year and plans include another production building to increase annual output by 200 electric buses.
Mosgortrans claims the vehicles manufactured in SVARZ were up there with the international competition in terms of technical and operational characteristics. “And this while it is 30% cheaper than models of electric buses made by other world manufacturers, e.g. Polish and German companies.”
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