T'varo Light Warbird
- For the NPC version, see T'varo Light Warbird (Mob).
The Romulan T'varo Light Warbird is a Lieutenant (Tier 1) level Warbird. This vessel is an upgraded version of the Warbirds used in the 23rd Century. The T'varo Light Warbird is fast, light, and maneuverable.
The T'varo Light Warbird comes with a [Console - Universal - Singularity Stabilizer], which immediately brings an offline Singularity meter back online, as well as providing a boost to Singularity charge speed for several seconds.
T'varo classa design used during the 22nd Century. They are similar in design to the T'liss, but with sharper edges and a more dagger-like appearance.
Early on in the game, the overall equipment on board a ship (such as consoles and devices) have little influence on how the ship performs - it is the Bridge Officers' powers and player skill that best determines how well a ship will perform. Different styles of weapons (Beam Arrays, Turrets, Torpedos or Mine Launchers) create different tactics between players.
However, regardless of player choice, the T'varo performs strongly analogous to a Klingon Bird-of-Prey - fast, maneuverable and relatively fragile. Players should adopt a hit-and-run styles to compensate for the vessel's fragility, as well as selective use of its Battle Cloak. An extra Tactical Console and +10 Engine power help in this regard.
Comparison with Standard variant
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Romulan Warbirds come with standard equipment and weapons of the lowest mark available at the ship's minimum rank. The items provided are appropriate to the type of vessel and its related playing style.
Romulan Warbirds come with built-in Singularity abilities. These abilities do not automatically rank up when acquiring higher tier Warbirds. These powers build in severity based on the charge built up by the ship's Singularity Core.
- The T'Varo is an account purchase. Once the T'varo Light Warbird has been dismissed, it can be reclaimed from the C-store for no cost.
- Romulan Bird-of-Prey (22nd century) at Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki.
- Romulan Bird-of-Prey (23rd century) at Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki.