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Homestead: Bajorans

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All Aboard Diplomacy
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Engineering The Bajorans need reliable captains to bring orphaned children across the quadrant to their new home. Kasidy Yates is used to ferrying cargo, but she'll need help preparing to transport dozens of excited children. The away team helps child-proof Kasidy's ship and turns her cargo hold into additional sleeping quarters. By the end of it, she barely recognizes her own ship, but she feels ready to take the children to their new home. Kasidy is an experienced captain, but the away team quickly realizes that her cargo ship is full of too many air ducts and exposed conduits to safely transport children. Kasidy suggests that they find another ship for the job.
Classroom Coordination Science Command
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Diplomacy Engineering
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The Bajorans recruited dozens of teachers to instruct the habitat's children during their stay. However, they all have different ideas about how to run a school, and someone will need to draw up a lesson plan. The away team constructs a well-balanced lesson plan for the school, and to their surprise, all of the teachers accept it. Some have minor complaints, but they all agree that it's a good starting point for their young students. Every lesson plan the away team proposes gets shot down by the teachers–one thinks astronomy is essential while another sees it as a waste of time, and the arguments go on and on. There's no telling when they'll be ready to open a school.
Doctor's Orders Diplomacy
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Science Diplomacy
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Medicine The Bajorans need to make sure that every new child they take in is in good health, but predictably, none of them want to go to sickbay. It'll take a delicate bedside manner to give the newcomers their checkups. The away team commiserates with the children about how unpleasant hyposprays are and shows them funny scans of their own insides. All of their patients leave sickbay laughing, and the away team is able to give them clean bills of health. The away team can't put their young patients at ease. When one dashes out of sickbay, claiming he's fine, he spreads Tarkalean flu to a dozen other children in the habitat. They all must be treated and quarantined.
Flights of Fancy Science
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Diplomacy Engineering
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Engineering The talented young Barash wants to use his elaborate holograms to entertain the other orphans. Set up a holosuite within the Bajoran compound that meets Barash's requirements. The away team builds Barash a holosuite with state-of-the-art holographic emitters. It is far more realistic than his cave back on Alpha Onias III, and he's delighted that he'll be able to keep other children entertained. DIALOGUE FAIL
Generational Gap Security
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Starfleet has asked the Bajorans to take in some of Onlies of Earth Two, but most of them are still afraid of "grups." Reassure the Onlies that they'll be in safe hands with the habitat's adults. The away team promises the Onlies that they can still play foolies at the Bajorans' refuge and that they won't have to worry about scrounging for food. Most of them agree to give the Bajoran "grups" a chance. The Onlies see everything the away team says to them as a "grup" trick to hurt them and order them around. They take off running through the streets of Earth Two, and none can be brought to the Bajorans' refuge.
Hand Rails Security
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Science Engineering Engineering
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The Bajorans have turned this habitat into a lush, beautiful playground for refugee children, but they don't want anyone getting too far away from adult supervision. Set up a perimeter so no one gets lost in the woods. The away team constructs a perimeter of unobtrusive field generators a few kilometers away from the compound. Though the woods look as open and inviting as ever, a forcefield will stop any children from exploring too far without supervision. The away team thinks they've set up a decent sensor array around the edges of the Bajoran compound, but one of the children goes missing that night. She is found in the woods, unharmed, but the perimeter will need work.
The Long Haul Engineering
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Engineering Science Diplomacy
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While the Bajorans hope that many of the refugee children will soon be reuinted with their families, they need to design additional living quarters for those who may need more permanent accommodations. The away team comes up with a suite of modular living quarters which can be expanded and easily redecorated as its inhabitants grow. The Bajorans are delighted that they'll be able to host these children for however long they need. The away team's newly designed living quarters are child friendly, but will grow old for anyone who has to stay in the habitat into adulthood. The Bajorans thank them for their time but decide to consult with an architect.
Not My Home Security
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Security Diplomacy The Cardassian orphan Rugal has run away from his Cardassian parents, but he cannot find his foster family on Bajor. Convince Rugal to wait for them at the new habitat instead of wandering across Bajor alone. Rugal agrees to go with the away team on the condition that if his Cardassian parents arrive, he will not be forced to see them. The away team turns them away, and his Bajoran family soon arrives to take him in. The away team manages to get Rugal to the new habitat, but his Cardassian parents arrive not long after. While the away team is distracted, they grab the poor boy and take him back to his lonely life on Cardassia.
Safe and Sound Command
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Security Engineering The Bajoran War Orphans Fund has offered to donate some resources towards this refuge, but they want assurances that the children will be well-cared for. Report back to them about the Nyrian vessel's defenses. Though the Nyrian vessel is clearly designated for transportation rather than combat, the away team outfits it with enough phaser arrays to convince the Bajorans that any children aboard will be well-defended. The away team finds sensor arrays and environmental controls aboard the Nyrian vessel, but few defenses beyond its shields. The Bajoran War Orphans Fund is not convinced that the ship can keep any children safe.
Under Her Wing Diplomacy
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Command
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The Bajorans want the allasomorph guardian Anya to look after the children at their habitat—as long as she can be convinced to rein in her more extreme protective instincts. The away team has Anya shadow them at the compound, proving that exposure to germs and daily repairs are not a major health hazard for them or her charges. She agrees to abide by the Bajorans' rules while protecting the children. Despite the away team's reassurances, the idea of children exploring the Bajoran compound and playing with strangers sends Anya into a protective rage. The Bajorans quietly retract their request to work with her.

Homestead: Section 31

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Family Found Security
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Doctor Noonian Soong is eager to reunite with his android children, but Section 31 fears that any further research he might complete will disrupt the timeline. Lead Soong to the habitat instead of to his family. The away team makes a passable hologram of Data and sends a message to Doctor Soong asking him to meet on the Nyrian biosphere vessel. When Soong arrives, Section 31 confines him in their habitat. The away team tries to forge a message to Doctor Soong from Data, but Soong recognizes that something is off about Data's speech patterns. He does not show up for a "reunion" on the Nyrian vessel.
The First Duty Diplomacy
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Security Diplomacy Command Section 31 ordered Jack Crusher to report to their new habitat, but he refuses to blindly obey the orders of an organization he's never heard of before. They need an away team to change his mind. The away team tells Jack Crusher that Section 31's orders actually come from Starfleet Command, but the mission requires absolute secrecy. Jack finally reports to the habitat, where Section 31 confines him. The more the away team demands that Jack Crusher obey Section 31, the more his Starfleet instincts tell him something is wrong. He tries to fight his way out of the room, and in the struggle, the away team mortally wounds him.
Former Glory Engineering
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Since the temporal anomaly crisis restored him to this timeline, Gowron has devoted himself to getting revenge on Martok. Bring the former chancellor to Section 31's new habitat before he can hurt his rival. The away team plants rumors to fuel Gowron's paranoia until he is snapping at his own guards. When the away team arrives to take Gowron into custody, his frustrated guards readily stand aside. Cunning as ever, Gowron notices the away team's interest in him. He springs a trap on them when they arrive, and while they fight off a dozen of his guards, he escapes to regions unknown.
Freedom Security Security
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Medicine Section 31 has heard rumors of a version of Tasha Yar who never left the brutal streets of Turkana IV. If an away team can find her, they could promise her a better life in Section 31's new habitat. The away teams finds Tasha Yar hiding out beneath the streets of Turkana IV. Their kindness as they treat her wounds, and their promise of a pristine, safe habitat on the Nyrian vessel, convinces her to follow them there. Tasha Yar has only survived this long on Turkana IV by knowing when and where to hide. The away team searches through cluttered allies and pungent sewers. but they can find no sign of her.
Holding Facility Command Diplomacy
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Security Engineering Security
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Though some selfless individuals have willingly come to Section 31's habitat, far more have been brought there by force or coercion. Inspect the habitat's security measures to ensure that none of them will leave. The away team finds that the habitats' exit portals can be unlocked by overloading their power circuits. They modify the portals to remain closed even after an overload, keeping the inhabitants inside. The away team finds multiple weak points in the habitat's security, more than they can fix in a single day. While they struggle to close these security breaches, several inhabitants escape.
One Last Fight Command Engineering
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Security Chakotay's father, Kolopak, is still alive and fighting alongside the Maquis in one timeline. Separating him from his Maquis comrades would remove two thorns from Section 31's side at once. The away team trails Kolopak on several Maquis missions until he is sent on a solo mission to steal from a small Cardassian outpost. They easily disable his shuttle and take the captive Maquis to Section 31's habitat. The away team tries to follow Kolpak on his Maquis mission, but his experience with guerrilla warfare makes him difficult to trail. After the third time his trail disappears in the Badlands, they give up their pursuit
Professor Sisko Security
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Security Mistaking her for her mirror counterpart, the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance has captured Jennifer Sisko and forced her to work for them. Send an away team to free her from KCA custody and bring her to Section 31. The away team monitors Klingon-Cardassian Alliance communications until they catch word of Jennifer Sisko's research. After they rescue her from the facility where she was being held, she trusts them enough to follow them to Section 31's habitat. The away team manages to infiltrate a Klingon-Cardassian Alliance research facility, but there is no sign of Jennifer Sisko anywhere. While attempting to return to their ship, they are nearly captured themselves!
A Second Childhood Engineering
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Ian Andrew Troi II has reappeared as a fully humanoid child, without the radiation that once followed him. Now that his presence is safe for others, he is searching for his mother, unless he can be convinced otherwise. The away team sets off an alarm on their ship and falsifies radiation readings to look as if they are coming from Ian Troi. Distraught at the thought of hurting his mother should he find her, he agrees to go with Section 31. The away team tries to explain to Ian Troi that even if he is no longer radioactive, his presence is still a danger to the timeline, but he is too excited to be humanoid again to listen to them.
Unjoined Diplomacy
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Science Engineering One version of Jadzia is living out a quiet life on Trill after her application for joining was rejected. A message from the Trill Symbiosis Commission offering her a second chance could lead Jadzia just about anywhere. The away team intercepts a message from the Trill Symbiosis Commission and modifies it to be an invitation for Jadzia. Thrilled that she might have a chance to be joined after all, she hurries to Section 31's habitat. DIALOGUE FAIL
What You Leave Behind Science
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Richard Castillo accepts that he doesn't belong in this timeline, but he chafes at the idea of being aimlessly confined for the rest of his life. Help him and Section 31's other "guests" find a purpose in the habitat. The away team offers Castillo scientific equipment and tools, encouraging him and his fellows to improve the habitat as they see fit. Their inventions may not reach the outside world, but they will matter to everyone who calls the habitat home. The away team suggests several jobs to Castillo, but none interest him the way his Starfleet career once did. He remains one of many people in the habitat left listless and depressed by their confinement.

Homestead: Terran Empire

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Eyes on the Sky Security
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The Nyrian habitats were designed to be self-contained, with little connection to the ship's main structure. Help Smiley connect the rebels' habitat to the vessel's external sensors so they can watch for KCA ships. The away team bypasses the Nyrian vessel's main computers and connects the external sensors directly to a console in the rebels' habitat. The readings will take some interpreting, but they'll let Smiley know if any KCA forces are nearby. When the away team tries to patch the Nyrian vessel's sensors into the rebels' habitat, they're met with sirens and an encrypted database. The vessel's old safety measures won't allow them access to its sensors.
Gardener of Edens Science
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Diplomacy Science Luisa Kim is a talented biosphere designer, but she's worried that any work she does for the rebels may displace their habitat's natural ecosystem. Walk her through the habitat's systems to assuage her fears. The away team shows Luisa Kim an empty Nyrian habitat, which has no natural life of its own. Reassured that her work won't disrupt any native ecosystems, she asks to be shown how the habitat's controls work. DIALOGUE FAIL
Heavy Lifting Security
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Medicine Science Medicine
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Somehow the Terran Rebellion has acquired kironide, a potent compound that grants some telekinetic powers. They think it can help them construct their new base, but they'll need to take it with caution. The away team conducts a proper medical trial of kironide. They learn that a low dose is safe to use every two weeks, and the rebels are soon using their new telekinetic powers to build homes and defenses. DIALOGUE FAIL
Home Away from Home Diplomacy
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Forced out of his home on one of Bajor's moons, the farmer Mullibok has yet to settle down. If you can persuade him to join the Terran rebels' new habitat, they could use his expertise to keep themselves fed. When the away team compares the Terran rebels' plight to that of the Bajoran resistance, Mullibok warms to them. He says he'll grow food for their new base as long as he's given room to build a house of his own. Mullibok still misses his home on Jeraddo, and none of the away team's descriptions of the incredible biosphere vessel can persuade him to make a new home there. The rebels will have to learn to farm by themselves.
Neighborly Concern Security
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Security After leading an underground resistance, the Terrans are understandably worried about other inhabitants of the biosphere vessel entering their base. Locate and disable every hidden portal to the rest of the ship. The away team scans the habitat inch by inch, uncovering nearly a dozen portals to various other habitats. They systematically seal them off, ensuring that no one will enter the rebels' habitat without their knowledge. The away team finds only two portals concealed among the habitat's terrain. They're convinced there must be more, but they can find no signs of other hidden entrances.
Pack Your Bags Diplomacy
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Command Science
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Diplomacy Some members of the Terran Rebellion are complaining about making a cramped ship their home. They've refused to leave their old, established base until they're convinced the new one will be more habitable. The away team gives a few reluctant rebels a tour of the habitat, showing them its many acres and letting them enjoy the "fresh" air. By the end of the day, they're arguing over who gets to move in first. DIALOGUE FAIL
Seeds and Salves Engineering
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Medicine The rebels' habitat has limited replication resources, most of which are being used to produce food. They'll need sustainable medical supplies to treat those wounded by the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance. The away team teaches the rebels to isolate medicinal compounds, such as the analgesic terakine, from native plants in their habitat. They soon have a whole medicinal "garden" blooming and ready for use. The away team can't get common medicinal plants to grow in the habitat, and they have an even harder time extracting useable [sic] compounds from them. The pain-relieving tea they brew is too bitter for wounded rebels to drink.
Their Captain Security
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The Terran Sisko has been captured by KCA forces on his way to the rebels' new base, and they can't afford to lose their captain again. Free him and escort him to the safety of the biosphere vessel. The away team's ships disables the shields on the ship carrying the rebels' Sisko. They beam him aboard and go to warp just before more Klingon-Cardassian Alliance ships arrive. Sisko will soon be back with his Terran allies. The ship carrying the rebels' Sisko is heavily shielded. While the away team whittles away at its defenses, more Klingon-Cardassian Alliance ships arrive--too many for them to handle. Sisko remains a captive.
Today's Forecast Diplomacy Engineering Medicine Science Science
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The Terran Rebellion includes humans, Bajorans, and Ferengi, and none can agree on the climate settings for the habitat sphere. They'll need a compromise between drier climates and the warm, wet air of Ferenginar. The away team rewrites the habitat sphere's settings to allow some climate diversity in its confines. They give the central base a moderate climate, but fill the outer rim with a warm swamp for the Ferengi. The away team spends hours pouring over the habitat sphere's schematics, but they can only set it to one dominant climate. They choose a moderate climate, leaving the Ferengi dry-skinned and grumpy.
The Weight of a World Security Science Diplomacy
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Diplomacy Bashir has been challenging Smiley ever since they began settling the habitat sphere, and their followers are getting into fights. The rebels need a system for governing their base that won't depend on strength alone. The away team proposes that a small council lead the base, ensuring that Bashir and Smiley--along with several other rebels--will each get a say in the base's future without entrusting it solely to one individual. While the away team debates who to appoint as the base's official leader, more fights break out between Bashir and Smiley's followers. The away team breaks them up, but they still haven't settled on a solution.