Reputation System

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The Reputation System menu for KDF players...
... and Federation players.

The personal Reputation System is a way for level 50-players to earn reputation with different factions or groups within Star Trek Online. Its general setup is similar to the Fleet Advancement System - By completing projects requiring faction-specific marks and various other resources, the player can advance through five tiers per faction, unlocking new items and abilities that are specific to that faction or group.

During the three hour-long Bonus Marks Event, the amount of all rewarded faction-specific marks is increased.

The Reputation System was added with Season 7 and can be accessed from the Character Status window (default keybind U). Unlike the Fleet Advancement System, a player does not need to be part of a fleet and it is a completely individual track.


[edit] Available factions

See also: List of Reputation System projects

With its debut as part of Season 7, the Reputation System came with two initial factions: the Romulan Republic and Task Force Omega. Legacy of Romulus brought the addition of the Nukara Strikeforce. With the release of Season Eight: The Sphere, the Dyson Sphere Joint Command was added. Season Nine: A New Accord introduced 8472 Counter-Command as fifth reputation system, and included a major overhaul of the previous reputation systems.

[edit] 8472 Counter-Command

8472 Counter-Command (aka Undine Reputation)

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Projects mainly require Undine Marks granted by the following missions:

Adventure zone
PvE Queue (Normal/Elite)

All space and ground equipment projects also require Isomorphic Injections obtained by completing PvE Queues or the Space Battlezone within the Dyson Sphere.

[edit] Dyson Joint Command

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The Dyson Joint Command is a task force jointly formed by the Federation, the Klingon Empire and the Romulan Republic. Headquartered at the Dyson Sphere Joint Command, its mission is to explore the Solanae Dyson Sphere in the Delta Quadrant and to deal with the Omega particle threat brought by the Voth, who are occupying parts of the Dyson Sphere.

Projects mainly require Dyson Marks Dyson Marks granted by the following missions:

Many missions in the sphere originally also rewarded a Dyson Joint Command Commendation Dyson Joint Command Commendation, used on the large daily (20h) reputation project. With release of Season 9 on April 22, 2014 Commendation tokens were replaced by additional daily bonus Marks, with the large reputation project now requiring 30 Marks. All space and ground equipment projects also require Voth Cybernetic Implants obtained by completing Storming the Spire elite and completing the Ground Battle Zone within the Dyson Sphere.

[edit] Nukara Strikeforce

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Help the Nukara Strikeforce combat the ever present Tholian threat. Earn Nukara Marks by participating in missions and events that are focused on eliminating Tholians.

Projects require Nukara Marks Nukara Marks granted by the following missions:

[edit] New Romulus

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Assist the colonization and restoration projects on and around New Romulus, the capital of the Romulan Republic. Earn Romulan Marks by participating in missions and events that take place on and near their new home planet in the Tau Dewa Sector Block.

Projects require Romulan Marks Romulan Marks granted by the following missions:

[edit] Task Force Omega

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Task Force Omega is a cross-faction strike team dedicated to combating the ongoing threat of Borg invasions. Earn Omega Marks by participating in Special Task Forces (group-centric PvE queue events), the Borg Invasion of Defera and Borg Red Alerts.

Projects require Omega Marks Omega Marks granted by the following missions:

Unlocking Mark XII items also requires Borg Neural Processors. At least one and sometimes six or eleven Neural Processors are awarded per Elite STF run. They may also be rewarded from completion of normal difficulty STF missions on rare occasions.

[edit] Events

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The "Events faction" was added April 11, 2013. It serves as a means to distribute additional rewards for time-limited events via special reputation projects requiring items earned during those time spans.

[edit] Rewards

See main article: Reputation System/Rewards

[edit] Sponsorships

In Season 8 Reputation Sponsorship Tokens became available for characters reaching Tier 5 of a Reputation System, allowing sponsorship of alternate characters on the same player account. Sponsorship Tokens are available as Upgrade projects for 100 Marks of the specific reputation, giving an account-bind-on-pickup Token and the Sponsor title of the respective reputation system. The token can be transferred only through the Account Bank, and claimed by a lower Tier character as Upgrade project, doubling his Reputation XP rewarded by the reputation projects.

[edit] Reputation System Costs

With Season 9 Release a complete revamp of the Reputation system was made. Up to this day to do any reputation from T0 to T5 you will need the following:

Without Sponsorship:

With Sponsorship:

Description Costs Rewards
Marks Energy credit icon.png Expertise icon.png Rep. Points Dilithium Ore icon.png Equipment
Daily (20h) project 30 Marks 15,000 Energy credit icon.png 2,000 Expertise icon.png 2,500 Rep. 340 Dilithium Ore icon.png 1 Requisition Pack
Hourly (1h) project I
(up to 3x per 20h)
20 Marks 7,500 Energy credit icon.png 1,000 Expertise icon.png 200 Rep. 140 Dilithium Ore icon.png 1 Requisition Pack
Hourly (1h) project II 20 Marks 7,500 Energy credit icon.png 1,000 Expertise icon.png 0 Rep. 340 Dilithium Ore icon.png 1 Requisition Pack
Claim next Rep. Tier (5s) 5 Marks unlocks Reputation Items, Stores and Costumes

[edit] See also