Saturday, July 08, 2017

Disruptor Beam - A Good Day To Lie

 Players and Star Trek fans can now look forward to Disruptor Beam's Star Trek Timelines must save the day in the latest month long mega event...... The video “A Good Day to Lie”, delves into iconic Klingons, bat'tehla fighting and all that great Warrior honor stuff.

Apparently, the galaxy is in chaos again.  Here's Disruptor Beams new “A Good Day to Lie” trailer, so enjoy...

As part of the Klingon fun, players have access to brand-new Klingon-themed Gauntlets, limited-time Distress Calls, and rewards, as well as many new characters such as the legendary Kortar, a mythological god-slayer with immense power.

 The first of four events in the series, “Scales of Power,” started last Thursday, July 6, So now "we the players" thats us are expected to enter the fierce realm of Klingon politics after Chancellor Martok has gone missing.

 In his absence, several galactic powers are vying for control of the now open seat on the Klingon High Council. Think about it. This gives Fleet captains a unique chance to steer the Klingon Empire into an age of tolerance or economic prosperity really want more power.

Subsequent events will include “When Giants Walk”, “The Heart of the Empire,” and “Blood for Blood.”

 (“July is Klingon Month in Star Trek Timelines!”) translated into the Klingon language is:

“July tlhIngan jar neH Hov Trek Timelines!”

 Live Long and Prosper

Who said "We are Klingons!" in Star Trek III?


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

How cool! I'll have to display my bat'leth with pride this month.

Spacer Guy said...

Go for it Alex and get punched up on PRUNE JUICE thats their favorite warriors drink

cleemckenzie said...

I see these games as never disappearing. You gotta play with those Klingon rascals.

A Beer For The Shower said...

July is Klingon month? What a coincidence. July is video game month for me. So is June, and August, and pretty much any other month, but July is definitely video game month.

The Armchair Squid said...

I don't know this game. Perhaps I need to check it out. I was looking for something to spice up the summer.

Liz A. said...

Sounds like fun.

Spacer Guy said...

We are Klingons

Maurice Mitchell said...

it's amazing how far Star Trek games have come. I still remember the 16-bit adventure games I used to play. Thanks for the heads up on this SpacerGuy!

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