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The '''hull''' is the body of your [[starship]]. In the game, your hull strength is the overall health of your starship, comparable to [[Hit Points]]. Once the [[Ship Shields|shields]] have been drained from a certain area, any damage to that area results in damage to the hull. Most shields have a "Bleedthrough" percentage, which is the amount of damage from any enemy's weapons that cause damage to the hull instead of the shields.
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The '''hull''' is the body of your [[starship]]. In the ''[[Star Trek Online]]'', your hull strength is the overall health of your starship in [[space combat]], comparable to [[Hit Points]] in [[ground combat]].
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Once the [[Ship Shields|shields]] have been drained from a certain area, any damage to that area results in damage to the hull. Most shields have a "Bleedthrough" percentage, which is the amount of damage from any enemy's weapons that cause damage to the hull instead of the shields. Your current able [[crew]] level determines the hull regeneration rate of the ship, and also, supposedly, the [[subsystem]] repair speed.
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Revision as of 22:22, 25 July 2013

The hull is the body of your starship. In the Star Trek Online, your hull strength is the overall health of your starship in space combat, comparable to Hit Points in ground combat.

Once the shields have been drained from a certain area, any damage to that area results in damage to the hull. Most shields have a "Bleedthrough" percentage, which is the amount of damage from any enemy's weapons that cause damage to the hull instead of the shields. Your current able crew level determines the hull regeneration rate of the ship, and also, supposedly, the subsystem repair speed.

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