Ready to Rumble/Faction Missions

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Ready to Rumble: Maquis


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Changing the Stakes Security
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Command Diplomacy Dalby says that the winning faction should be able to decide who goes up for extinction. He'll do anything to get revenge on the Cardassians. This statement is seen as a threat by the Cardassians. Starfleet asks your crew to intervene. Though a public apology cannot be coaxed out of Dalby, you restate the rules of the match to the Cardassians, showing them Q has said nothing about Dalby's idea. You urge them to settle their frustrations in the ring. They promise you they will. DIALOGUE FAIL
Lies on the Prize Security
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Command Security A great deal of stolen artifacts from the participating factions has been traced to an auction house on Risa, but the auctioneers refuse to give up their generous benefactors. Investigate the matter. Following leads on the artifacts, your crew finds Thomas Riker and Vash on their way to Risa with more stolen items. You also learn they were even working with the Ferengi to sell off the losing faction's homeworld. They are arrested on the spot. Your crew attempts to follow the various leads on the stolen artifacts, but can come up with no concrete leads.
Outlet Diplomacy Diplomacy
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Seeing boxing as an outlet for his aggression, Lon Suder takes a keen interest in it. However, his tendency to lose himself has other Maquis worried that he will go too far during the matches, leading to disqualification. They ask you to guide him. Your security officers go toe-to-toe with Suder in the ring once it's obvious that talking is ineffective. A knock-out fair and square seems to be the only way to get him to understand the value of fighting a clean fight. Your crew tries to talk some sense into Suder, but he is uninterested in listening. If the stakes are this high, who cares about the rules?
The Little Guy Science Command
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Security Santos reaches out to you via an encrypted communication. He feels the Maquis are at a disadvantage on the basis of numbers alone, and with extinction on the line, the stakes are too high. He wonders if the Federation will abandon its own once more? In spite of the risks of court martial or worse, your crew manages to find sympathetic fighters willing to join the Maquis for this match, provided they can fight masked in order to maintain their anonymity. DIALOGUE FAIL
The Maquis Mauler Engineering
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Chakotay agrees to train the Maquis boxers, but en route to their training facility, his shuttle is boarded and he is taken prisoner by a group of radical Maquis who see him as a traitor. Rescue the Maquis Mauler! Your crew pieces together data on the Maquis group and tracks them down. You manage to rescue Chakotay unharmed, but many Maquis are killed in the conflict. Though Chakotay agrees to help with the training, he does so with a heavy heart. DIALOGUE FAIL
The Set-Up Engineering
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Science Engineering Ro Laren contacts Starfleet in a panic. Word is that one of the other factions has been plannings to spike the food and beverage offered at the event in an attempt to get other factions disqualified. Your crew is asked to investigate the matter. Investigating the venue, your engineers discover that the food replicators have in fact been tampered with. While no culprit has been pinpointed, Starfleet assigns a trusted engineering team to repair the regulators and monitor them during the event. DIALOGUE FAIL
Twenty-Three Rounds Medicine Security
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Command Security The Maquis are looking for other training partners. The idea of enlisting Gul Tulet is brought up, but quickly shot down, considering the Maquis' history with the Cardassians. Tulet agrees, however, on one condition: that your crew can outlast him. Four members of your crew go head-to-head with Tulet. His legendary stamina is vindicated in the ring, but your team is ultimately victorious. Exhausted but amused, Tulet says to tell the Maquis they better be up for it. Four members of your crew are selected to battle Tulet, but his legendary stamina was no joke! Even after fighting four fighters in succession, he still emerges victorious.
We Want Boothby Security
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Command Diplomacy Many Maquis who were formerly of the Federation remember the much beloved groundskeeper Boothby--and that he was a renowned boxer! They have enlisted your help in getting him to train them. While Boothby cannot make the trip to the Demilitarized Zone, he agrees to help your crew engineer an authentic Boothby training holoprogram with many of his patented techniques. DIALOGUE FAIL

Ready to Rumble: Augments


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A Piece of the Puzzle Engineering Diplomacy Command Security
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A Federation outpost is attacked and your crew is sent by Starfleet to investigate the matter. One of the security officers on hand believes the attack was launched by the Augments. Your crew investigates and learns that the Augments hacked a database containing biological information on several of the competing factions in the boxing tournament. Your crew investigates the outpost, but it appears that the damage done by the Augments outweighs what your crew can handle, so you instead focus on getting the survivors to safety.
Continued Evolution Security
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Engineering Command Security Starfleet Command sends your crew to investigate a medical research facility that was broken into, leaving many of the personnel there in dire straits. Evaluating security data logs and footage reveals that Saul and a group of Augments broke into the facility and stole valuable medical equipment and research, ostensibly to use on themselves. You give chase, but they are long gone. Your crew tries to piece together information from data logs and security footage, but it is damaged beyond your engineering team's ability to repair.
Evening the Odds Security Engineering
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Command Diplomacy Medicine A large outcry has arisen over the Augments' supposed advantage over many other participatory species. An Augment himself, Doctor Bashir intervenes and tasks your crew with finding a way to even the odds. Your crew assesses the range of Augment abilities versus those of other species and, with Doctor Bashir's help, comes up with a way to temporarily bring those abilities back within a normal range. Your crew works with Doctor Bashir to find a solution, but to no avail. On top of that, the Augments are insulted at the way they see you trying to restrain their abilities.
On the Shoulders of Giants Command Security
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Security You receive word from Starfleet that several boxing champions from the past have been sighted in the present thanks to the temporal anomaly. However, none of them can be located following their initial appearance. Find them. Your crew looks for the boxers and finds a distress call from Floyd Mayweather, struggling to use 24th century tech. He is at an Augment outpost, being augmented and prepared to fight with Tyson and several others. You take them to Starfleet.. Your crew searches for the boxers, and though they find a clumsy distress call from Floyd Mayweather, they are unable to locate him.
Prejudicial Knowledge Engineering
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Diplomacy Security
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Command You get word that the Augments have been implanting data into the brains of their fighters regarding their potential opponents' strengths and weaknesses. The other factions are outraged, seeing this as unfair. Mediate the dispute. The Augments are not keen on the interference by the Federation but have agreed to a compromise--the other factions may have access to the data, but they'll have to go through it the old-fashioned way! The Augments are insulted that the Federation has tasked itself with trying to police their fighters and is unwilling to compromise in any way.
Pride Before the Fall Diplomacy
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Command Medicine Security Malik laments that some of the Augments have become too proud, since their faction was recommended by Q himself, and thus refuse to train and prepare for the match. He fears that arrogance may be their downfall. Help the Augments focus. Your crew challenges the prideful Augments to a match with certain precautions in place. The tactic is effective, as experiencing defeat wakes the proud Augments up to the importance of training. Your crew tries to impress upon the Augments who Q is and how he will not hesitate to carry out his threat, but they refuse to listen.
Saboteur Command
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Diplomacy Command Security Khan Noonien Singh contacts Starfleet, outraged. Several of his boxers have been attacked and some disabled during their training and he suspects the Federation is responsible. Clear the UFP's good name. Your crew investigates the matter of the injured boxers. Though they are hesitant to speak to members of Starfleet at first, they ultimately share the nature of their assault. One Augment thought they heard the phrase "Jolan tru" before the attack. DIALOGUE FAIL
The Missing Contenders Diplomacy
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Command Security Several perspective fighters have gone missing in known Augment space and Starfleet has tasked you with investigating the matter. Your crew evaluates the logs of the missing athletes and discovers they were taken by the Augments to fight preliminary matches so the Augments could see what they were up against. Your crew rescues them, but Q stops you from arresting the Augments. Your crew tries to locate the missing athletes, but is unable to track them down. It is made clear that the Augments are responsible, but they have made themselves scarce.

Ready to Rumble: Klingon Empire


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All Bets Are Off Diplomacy
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Command Security Martok contacts Starfleet demanding they do something about the Ferengi, or he will. The Ferengi are betting on the match, with the odds a hundred to one against the Klingons, leaving the proud species ready to show how good they truly are. Your crew manages to locate the source of the betting pool before any lobes are damaged: a little bar on Deep Space Nine. With Quark in the brig until the match is over, the hope is that there won't be any more distractions. Your crew attempts to find out which Ferengi started the pool, but with so much latinum on the line, the Ferengi refuse to talk, even with threats of damage to their precious lobes.
Hand-to-Hand Command
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Command Diplomacy Security B'Elanna asks Starfleet to send a crew experienced with boxing. The Klingons are having a difficult time getting the hang of the rules of boxing and she fears they may be disqualified--leading to their extinction! Though the Klingons are reluctant at first, they accept your crew's offer to train them and get them used to the Marquess of Queensberry rules of boxing. Many of your crew members end up in sickbay, but B'Elanna is grateful for your help. Your crew attempts to train with the Klingon boxers–resulting in many of them ending up in sickbay!
May the Best House Win Security
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With so few spots for each faction and each house wanting to send a fighter, T'Kuvma suggests a tournament to determine the fighters to represent the Empire. It isn't long before fights break out and he is asking your crew to serve as referee. Your security team assists in keeping things reasonably calm during the tournament, despite many Klingons' objections to your interference. The tournament proceeds with no fatalities at least and the fighters are chosen. DIALOGUE FAIL
Restored Honor Engineering
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Diplomacy There is an uproar when a group of Klingon Augments wishes to participate in the match, but neither faction will accept them. Help the group find a way to show their true abilities. Though the Klingons are reluctant to accept the visibly modified Klingon Augments, they prove their honor in battle and the other fighters allow them to join the team. Your crew tries to create a simulated opportunity where the Klingon Augments can rpove their honor and their Klingon hearts, but the Klingons refuses to even give them the time of day.
Superseding Divinity Security
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Security Korris sends a communication on all open channels, calling out this false god Q right. In retaliation, Q sets an ion storm upon Korris and the surrounding Klingon vessels. Kunivas contacts your crew, as you are nearby, and requests aid. Beating the odds, your crew is able to get most of the Klingons to safety. Korris's vessel is rescued last, though the experience seems to have done little to dampen his ego. Your crew attempts to save the Klingon vessels, but many of them are lost. Q appears aboard your ship briefly, chastising you for being sentimental enough to waste time and resources like this.
Taunting the Heavens Engineering Security
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Diplomacy Command Security Intent on showing Q they are not afraid, the Klingons boast that no training is required--this will be an easy victory for them. Angered by their arrogance, Q decides to show them he wasn't playing and destroys the Klingon training facility. Your away team ventures to the training facility and, despite the Klingons’ reluctance to accept your help, you manage to help them rebuild the training facility. Before leaving, your security chief warns them not to repeat this lapse in judgement. Your team attempts to help the Klingons rebuild, but they refuse the help. As your crew is departing, you hear them once again cursing and taunting Q.
Training with the Best Engineering
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Engineering Security Many Klingons have sought to train with Worf after hearing legends of his rigorous regimen, but the Qo'noS ambassador has neither the time nor the patience to train, and so he passes the task off to your crew. Many of your crew members are intimidated by the prospect of training with the Klingons, so your engineering team opts instead to create a holosuite for the Klingon boxers on Qo'noS, complete with a copy of Worf's calisthenics program. DIALOGUE FAIL
Trash Talk Diplomacy
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Q hosts a public weigh-in for all factions, at which many engage in trash talk. However, when one of the other factions gets carried away and insults Klingon culture, things become violent and it’s up to your visiting away team to establish order. Your security team is able to get the faction that went too far to apologize and the Klingons assure them they'll have a chance to prove their remorse–in the ring. Your crew tries to intervene and calm things down, but the Klingons are furious. The faction who went too far also refuse to apologize.