An Even Field/Faction Missions

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An Even Field: Section 31


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Bonds Forged in Shadow Command Security
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Medicine Luther Sloan enlists your aid in gathering some intel on the past bonds between the Dominion and the Son'a, as well as how these bonds came to be soured. He hopes it may provide some insight into the current situation. While the Son'a seem primed to provide a thorough defense if engaged directly, your away team manages to hack into their communications logs. While nothing is stated explicitly, signs of a rising lust for power are scattered throughout the logs. DIALOGUE FAIL
Casting the Right Lure Diplomacy
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Luther Sloan enlists your crew in a mission to research the production of ketracel-white–and how the Federation can set up their own ketracel-white production facilities. While the exact recipe for ketracel-white is still elusive, the possibility that, should the Federation desire it, such facilities would be feasible seems higher than before. Your away team struggles to obtain any substantial information on the production of ketracel-white.
Inroads Command Security
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Security When a Federation outpost near the Beta Quadrant is attacked, Malcolm Reed enlists your help, suspicious that it may be the Jem'Hadar, acting at the behest of the Son'a. Your away team manages to fight off the offensive Jem'Hadar vessel and secure the outpost, helping the injured. As they flee, your crew members notice that the Jem'Hadar are heading back toward Son'a space. Your away team pursues the Jem'Hadar but they manage to evade you. Interestingly enough, they were headed for neither the Beta or Gamma Quadrant.
Pecking Order Command
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Medicine
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Medicine
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A Section 31 away team has found a shuttlepod departing a Son'a vessel with an injured Jem'Hadar inside. They enlist your aid in getting him well enough to give them some much needed intel. Your chief medical officer manages to get the Jem'Hadar ketracel-white and get him well-enough that he can talk. He is hesitant to talk, only grumbling that the Son'a have no respect for "the order of things." DIALOGUE FAIL
Playbook Security
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Julian Bashir enlists your aid in infiltrating a Son'a labor camp in order to get intelligence on their past conquests of the Tarlac and Ellora people. Your crew infiltrates the camp and speaks with the prisoners, who speak of the Son'a's assault on their homeworlds, rather than this sort of public show of force. Though Bashir worries for the prisoners, your team is forced to leave them behind. Your away team attempts to infiltrate the labor camp, but is captured by the Son'a in the process.
Sabotaging the Other Side Command Command
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Diplomacy Several Starfleet higher-ups have expressed concerns that, in spite of the role the Romulans played in the Dominion War, they might be investigating the Jem'Hadar for nefarious purposes. Reveal the Romulans' true intentions. While it seems the Romulans have done their own research into ketracel-white production, the overwhelming amount of evidence seems to point to pride and typical Romulan paranoia as the incentive behind the Romulans' interest in the conflict at hand. Your away team tries to investigate the Romulans from the shadows, but their elusive and distrustful nature makes finding anything of significance difficult.
Who Watches the Watchers? Science
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Malcolm Reed informs you that a Starfleet security team sent to monitor and protect the Ba'ku from any potential attacks by the Son'a has been out of contact for over a week. Fly to Ba'ku and investigate the situation. Your crew reaches Ba'ku. While the people generally seem to be safe, you find the dead bodies of the security team, apparently poisoned. All signs point to Ru'afo's handiwork. It seems increased security on the Ba'ku planet will be necessary. Your crew reaches Ba'ku but cannot find the missing security team. The citizens claim to know nothing of the team nor their fates, but the people seem afraid.
You Can Never Leave Diplomacy
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Luther Sloane is looking for a Starfleet crew that can handle a delicate task–a Section 31 operative who had infiltrated the Son'a has gone silent. Rumors are circulating that he may have defected. Find him and if necessary, eliminate him. Your away team manages to locate the Section 31 operative fleeing an onslaught from several Son'a ships. He asserts his talk of siding with the Son'a was only to gain their confidence, but his fate ultimately lies in the hands of Section 31. DIALOGUE FAIL

An Even Field: Romulan Star Empire


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Double-Crossed Diplomacy
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Security Ruwon suggests that this departure by the Jem'Hadar could be a false alarm sounded by the Dominion in order to get the UFP's sympathy. Though reluctant to trust a Starfleet crew, he'd rather risk your crew during an investigation than his own men. Your away team manages to do some reconnaissance on the Dominion without arousing any suspicion, but all evidence points to their concern being genuine–the Jem'Hadar really are leaving. Your away team tries to gather intelligence on the Dominion, but is caught by one of the Founders, increasing tensions between the Dominion and the Federation.
From the Cradle Diplomacy
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Telek R'Mor wishes to study the creation of new Jem'Hadar in order to understand how they are made dependent on ketracel-white, but the Dominion refuses to let him near the birthing chambers. Help get Telek R'Mor to the Jem'Hadar cloning facilities. With increased security, your team manages to sneak R'Mor into a Jem'Hadar birthing facility, but his research is cut short when the Dominion send even more forces, so you all make a hasty mistake. Still, Telek says he believes he has a good lead... DIALOGUE FAIL
Immortality Diplomacy Security
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Science Medicine
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A pair of Romulan senators come to you in secret, both suffering from Tuvan Syndrome. They aren't prepared to face their mortality just yet and enlist your efforts in perhaps studying the metaphasic radiation on Ba'ku and extrapolating a cure. While the research of your medical officers doesn't yield enough data to create a cure, a few Ba'ku who notice you studying their atmosphere invite the two senators to stay with them for a time–provided they agree to abide by the Ba'ku lifestyle. Your away team attempts to study the metaphasic radiation, but can yield no significant results and time is running out for the senators.
Knowing the Enemy Diplomacy Diplomacy
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Security Mendak enlists your aid in extracting a Romulan spy who was undercover aboard a Jem'Hadar ship that was bound for the Son'a. Your away team locates the ship and manages to aid in extracting the Romulan spy, but not without the Jem'Hadar giving chase. Your away team attempts to extract the Romulan spy, but is run off by attacking Jem'Hadar.
Provocation Diplomacy
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Favoring the direct approach, Decius's commander has decided to launch attacks on all Jem'Hadar ships heading for the Beta Quadrant. Decius has come to enlist your crew's help in the battle. Your crew manages to strike a few of the Jem'Hadar ships before the Son'a show up with some other allies, in order to even the odds. Your crew exits the site of the battle, trying to encourage the Romulans to do the same. Your crew joins the battle, but when the Son'a show up, along with some unexpected allies, your ship is damaged and you are forced to retreat.
Something to Prove Science
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Higher-ups within the Tal'Shiar have expressed concerns that Koval is leaking anything they find to Section 31. Investigate the leak and mediate any resulting fall-out. Your away team learns Koval had nothing to do with the leaked information; it appears to be a frustrated member of the Reunification Movement. You manage to persuade the Tal'Shiar of Koval's innocence without outing the Resistance member. Your away team learns that it was not Koval, but a member of the Reunification Movement. However, before a motive can be established or the issue resolved, several members of the Tal'Shiar show up and take both Koval and the resistance member away.
The Direct Method Security
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Though surprising, coming from a Romulan, Caithlin Dar suggests your crew take her to meet with the Jem'Hadar directly in order to gain some perspective straight from the source–and to perhaps convince them to change. After amassing a formidable security team, your crew takes Caithlin Dar to try and meet with the Jem'Hadar, but they are inclined to say very little of substance. Still, Ambassador Dar seems satisfied having given it a try. Your crew takes Ambassador Dar to meet some of the defecting Jem'Hadar, but the only response they wish to give is by firing on your vessel. She barely manage to escape with your ship in tact.
Undercutting the Competition Security
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Hiren has reached out to the Dominion and is leading an anti-Federation campaign, informing them that the Son'a problem is partially the fault of the Federation. Donatra informs you, but leaves what is to be done in your hands. You approach the Dominion with your own information of how the Federation once dealt with both the Son'a and the relocation of the Ba'ku, then remind them of how the Romulans also fought against them. Your crew tries to convince the Dominion of the Romulans' history of treachery, but it seems Hiren's words have swayed them.

An Even Field: Cardassian


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All We Need Diplomacy
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Medicine Legate Damar enlists your crew's aid in researching how ketracel-white is made. He asserts this is so they can pinpoint a resource that they can cut off from the Son'a and not for any other purpose. No one within the Federation has been able to successfully replicate ketracel-white, but your away team's surveillance of the Son'a as they go for new supplies and resources has given some helpful hints. DIALOGUE FAIL
Chance Propaganda Command
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Seizing on the opportunity, Gul Dukat finds a captive audience aboard Deep Space Nine and begins reiterating the way the UFP once tried to force-relocate the Ba'ku. He's getting a fair amount of interest. Intervene and restore the UFP's good name. Your away team manages to convince the crowd that has gathered to hear Gul Dukat that the forced relocation was at the insistence of the Son'a and one misguided individual in Starfleet, and that ultimately the crew of the Enterprise set things right. Your away team tries to counter with the good deeds of the crew of the Enterprise, but Gul Dukat is far too convincing and has zeroed in on the fears some have about the degree on influence the Federation wields.
Control of Resources Command
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The Dominion have enlisted the Cardassians to find the Son'a's ketracel-white production facilities. Garak lets slip that so far, the Cardassians have come up empty-handed, and though they may be too proud to ask, they could use your crew's help. Though the Son'a have moved their ketracel-white production facilities, your away team manages to locate several of them, though security is far too high to make any offensive maneuvers just yet. Your away team attempts to locate the Son'a's current ketracel-white production facilities, but it seems they have relocated them with no hint of where.
May It Keep You Strong Security
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Legate Ghemor suggests that, by controlling the Vorta, the Cardassians might be able to take control of the Jem'Hadar, and begins a campaign to convince the Vorta to join the mighty forces of Cardassia. He enlists your crew's help spreading the word. Your away team approaches the Vorta with the key talking points given you by Legate Ghemor, and though the Vorta listen without interruption, ultimately they assert to you, as they did Ghemor, that there is only one master they will ever serve. DIALOGUE FAIL
No Reconnaissance Here Diplomacy Engineering
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Command Engineering
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Reports are coming in of several probes used by the Cardassians to observe the Son'a being destroyed. The Obsidian Order dispatches your crew to investigate the matter. By pulling the last bit of security footage before the destruction, you gain evidence that it was Jem'Hadar vessels leading the attack. You assist the Cardassians in repairing the probes that can be repaired. Your away team has difficulty with extracting any usable security footage. Your away team does the best it can to repair the few probes it can.
Prior Knowledge Security
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An attack on Cardassia from a fleet of Jem'Hadar ships prompts the Obsidian Order to enlist your crew's aid in fighting them off from space. Your crew manages to fight off the Jem'Hadar ships and secure the area around Cardassia. As the Jem'Hadar fly off toward the Beta Quadrant, a Cardassian crew member lets slip that their method of attack suggests they may be using insider knowledge. Your crew engages the Jem'Hadar but there are far more ships than expected. Not only that, but they used inside knowledge of the surface of Cardassia to guide their attacks.
The Missing Link Security
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Security Command
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Command While in a confrontation with a Jem'Hadar ship, a small handful escape via shuttle. When going through the ship's data, one of the Cardassians notices something interesting–the fleeing Jem'Hadar had a genetic mutation. He sends you to investigate. Your away team captures the fleeing Jem'Hadar. Performing medical testing on them, your crew learns that they have a mutation that allows them to live without the need for ketracel-white. The Cardassians take them into custody for further study. DIALOGUE FAIL
Thinning the Ranks Command Diplomacy
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Diplomacy The Obsidian Order enlists your crew in investigating claims that there are deserters among the Vorta. It seems unbelievable to think that they would betray their "gods," but the Cardassians say they have solid information. Your away team locates a Vorta vessel fleeing the Gamma Quadrant and catches up to it. While you are trying to understand why they chose to leave, several high-ranking Cardassians intervene and take the Vorta away. DIALOGUE FAIL