Reunification/Faction Missions

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Reunification: Klingon Empire

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Between Two Worlds Diplomacy Security
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Medicine
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Security Ba'el has decided to take a chance and speak out on behalf of the Romulans. Herself a product of a Romulan-Klingon union, she believes that reunification is more than a possibility. Ensure that Ba'el can safely reach a wider audience. Your team arranges for a speaking tour for Ba'el, including a few engagements with Klingons present. Your crew proves superior at the security detail, and other than some damaged Klingon pride, Ba'el is able to safely share her experiences. Your team arranges a speaking tour for Ba'el, but at the first speaking engagement, a Klingon audience member tries to assault Ba'el, enraged that her mother would rather remain a prisoner than die with honor.
Doing the Dirty Work Security
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Security Diplomacy Engineering B'Ethor and Lursa offer to get the real scoop for you–for a price. Starfleet has been developing a new phaser prototype. They'd like your team to obtain one for them. Your away team manages to obtain the requisite test prototype and deliver it to the Duras sister, who in turn deliver the intel–namely, a recorded, scripted speech from Sela herself. DIALOGUE FAIL
From Past to Present Diplomacy
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Command
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Chancellor Azetbur of the Klingon High Council has her doubts about the Romulans' true objectives, but she admits she's been wrong before. Facilitate a discussion between Azetbur and members of the Romulan Senate. While your team is unable to persuade Sela herself to attend, your crew mediates a meeting between Azetbur and members of the Romulan Senate. She questions them and though she is unable to find any direct cause for doubt, she still seems hesitant... Your away team attempts to set up a meeting between Azetbur and members of the Senate, but the entire affair is messy. Azetbur storms off, growling about honor and what you think may be Klingon expletives.
In Their Shoes Engineering
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Engineering Security
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Security Throughout his career, Kor has had plenty of run-ins with the Romulans–and he doesn't buy this reunification business! He does agree to help find the truth using his experience, if your crew can beat him in a holosuite run of his past victories! Your away team performs admirably in the holosuite, handing Kor a crushing victory for his trouble. Grumbling, he agrees to help you find the truth behind the Romulans' claimed desire for reunification. Your away team is utterly crushed during the simulation and Kor's smug laughter and prolonged gloating show no signs of dying down anytime soon.
Space Garbage Command Security
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Security Perhaps misunderstanding the mission at hand (or perhaps not), Captain Klaa has been reportedly firing on Romulan vessels, trying to engage them in combat, saying he's merely trying to text their worthiness for future use within Starfleet. Stop him! You and your crew manage to intercept Klaa and disable his ship. You then hand him over to the Klingon High Council to be dealt with as they see fit. DIALOGUE FAIL
Strategies from an Old Diplomat Command Diplomacy
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Diplomacy Korrd's past interactions with a Romulan delegate didn't start off on the best foot, but he might be willing to try again. Persuade him to assist and meet with a Romulan delegate to getting the true story of the Romulans' intentions. Your team persuades Korrd to meet with a Romulan delegate, convincing him that his help may regain him favor within the Empire. While the delegate assures him that the Romulans are sincere, he reiterates to her that the Romulans' honor is at stake. DIALOGUE FAIL

Reunification: Section 31

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Countermovement Medicine
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Medicine Your team gains word of a countermovement forming on Romulus, made up of ordinary citizens afraid of what reuniting with the Vulcans and joining the Federation could mean. Quell the movement before it creates too much of a stir. Your team is able to quell the movement quickly and quietly, before the Tal Shiar have a chance to get involved. Though your team tries to convince the Romulans involved of the potential benefits of reunification, though the arguments are futile. DIALOGUE FAIL
Hear No Evil Security
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Security Diplomacy
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Diplomacy Harris suggests that you and your away team might gain something of use by questioning the common people–if your team can get them to actually talk. See what intel your crew can gather from the Romulan people. While few Romulans are willing to give you and your crew the time of day, likely afraid of who might be listening, there are a few brave souls who give their honest opinion on reunification. DIALOGUE FAIL
Probing the Mind Science Medicine
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Medicine Members of Section 31 say they'll buy the Romulans' desire for reunification–when a Romulan mind probe proves it. Find a set of Romulan mind probes for Dr. Bashir to use. Your away team manages to obtain Romulan mind probes through...certain means. Now all that remains is to find a willing Romulan... DIALOGUE FAIL
Quid Pro Quo Engineering Diplomacy
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Diplomacy Chairman Koval is willing to do a little digging for you and your away team, in exchange for doing a favor for him. He wants you and your crew to help him discredit a Romulan political adversary and to be discrete about it. You and your away team are able to cull together a great deal of "evidence" to discredit Koval's political adversary and lose them their seat in Senate. Koval returns to fulfill his end of the bargain, but says he believes Sela's desire is genuine. You and your crew are unable to cook up anything convincing enough to lose Koval's adversary their seat in the Senate. Not only that, but your team's efforts have attracted the attention of the Tal Shiar.
They Can't Change Command Diplomacy
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Luther Sloan doesn't buy it for a second that the Romulans truly desire reunification, and he's out to prove it to the Federation. Help Sloan compile the damning evidence needed to wake the Federation up. In spite of your away team's covert attempts to acquire evidence, the most your team can gain from the present is the lingering uncertainty of certain members of the Senate and military. Everything else is fragments of the past. Your away team is unable to gain anything but the company line from the Romulans. All that leaves are past incidents to try and persuade the Federation with.
Those Who Are Left Diplomacy
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Command Security
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Security Section 31 has intel on the Romulan-Vulcan reunification movement from Ambassador Spock, but they enlist you and your crew to pay a visit to members of the underground movement and see if they have what it takes to support a real reunification. Your away team visits and speaks with several members of the underground Romulan reunification movement. Your away team relays to Section 31 their enthusiasm and depth of knowledge of the way Vulcans have lived following Surak's teachings. You and your away team are unable to locate the members of the Romulan reunification movement. One of your crew members suggests that they may be unsure that they can truly trust your team.

Reunification: Romulan Star Empire

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A Time for Change Security
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Security The Romulans have had an underground movement vying for change for awhile, and now is the time they are needed most. Provide security for the members of the movement to ensure no backsliding from the Tal Shiar as they address the people of Romulus. The members of the underground movement have several opportunities to speak to the Romulan people, all of which go on without incident. Whether that's because your presence is a deterrent or because there was no danger to begin with is unclear. As the members of the Romulan underground movement begin to speak, they are paid a visit by the Tal Shiar. Though your away team assures them they have the full support of the UFP behind them, the members are too afraid to try again.
History Lessons Science Science
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Diplomacy Young D'Tan learned much about Vulcan culture from his parents, and so desires to share it with the Romulan people. Arrange an opportunity for him to teach them about Vulcan history. Your away team is able to set up a low-key engagement for D'Tan, hoping to avoid catching the attention of the Tal Shiar. While the Romulans seemed unwilling to ask questions, some of them seemed to listen with interest. Your away team is unable to safely establish a speaking opportunity for D'Tan. It is clear that the interference has also gotten him in the Tal Shiar's line of sight.
It Starts With One Medicine
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Medicine Diplomacy
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Diplomacy The Romulans have a long history of xenophobia and their feelings towards the members of the Federation won't change overnight. Come up with a gesture of good will that may help to break the ice. You and your away team decide to introduce the Romulans to beloved pastimes, such as holocomics, baseball, and holonovels. Such luxuries interest the Romulans, though they are disgusted when met with the prospect of a Tellarite mud bath. DIALOGUE FAIL
Learn By Experience Security Diplomacy
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Engineering In spite of his past positive experience with humans, Bochra still isn't convinced that anything good will come from fighting alongside them. Run through a holoprogram with him and show him what you and your crew are made of. Your away team runs a holoprogram designed for combat training and though Bochra refuses to refer to humans as anything resembling "good," he does admit you and your crew managed to avoid dragging him down. During the holoprogram, one of your crew members, desperate to show off for Bochra, ends up getting struck by the AI, ending the program. Bochra storms off, grumbling that all humans are the same.
The Company Line Diplomacy Diplomacy
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Security During attempts to gain the common Romulan perspective on reunification, your crew notices Movar keeps intercepting you and reinforcing Sela's views on the subject. Avoid Movar as you and your team seek out the perspective of the common Romulan. With a bit of added stealth and vigilance (and some excellent intel from your security officer), your away team manages to speak with some ordinary Romulans and get their candid feelings without fear of retaliation from the government or Tal Shiar. DIALOGUE FAIL
Thought Crimes Engineering Security
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Security The members of the Romulan reunification movement share that several Romulan citizens are still prisoners of the Tal Shiar because they had previously expressed an open desire for reunification. Free the prisoners. Your crew manages to release the Romulan prisoners. They inform the Tal Shiar that this behavior will not stand in the UFP. They counter that this is not a matter of Federation business, but after a communication from Sela, they back off. DIALOGUE FAIL