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Assignment: Intercept Tzenkethi Encoded Transmissions

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Faction Cross-Faction.png Intercept Tzenkethi Encoded Transmissions
Location Type:
Personal
Commendation:
12px None
Tier:
0
Rarity:
Very Rare
Duration:
4h
Level:
11
Repeatable:
Yes
Requires duty officers:
  • Any Officer x4
Other costs:

1x Tzenkethi Intelligence Assignment - Intercept Tzenkethi Transmissions icon.png - Intercept Tzenkethi Transmissions

Base outcome chances:
  • Critical Take!: 4%
  • Progress: 96%
Rewards
22,000 / 44,000 Experience Point icon.png
4,000 / 8,000 Expertise icon.png
500 / 1000 Dilithium Ore icon.png
You will receive the following reward:
  • Success: Advanced Queue R&D Material Reward Package (Random)
  • Breakthrough!: Elite Queue R&D Material Reward Package (Random)

Summary[edit | edit source]

Tzenkethi subspace transmissions have been detected. We should investigate the potential of intercepting these transmissions to stay one step ahead of their efforts.

Variations[edit | edit source]

This assignment is part of the Research Assignment - Tzenkethi Intelligence Briefings chain.

Requires[edit | edit source]

  • 1x Tzenkethi Intelligence Assignment - Intercept Tzenkethi Transmissions icon.png - Tzenkethi Intelligence Assignment - Intercept Tzenkethi Transmissions
  • 4x Any Officer

Outcome[edit | edit source]

Final outcome: Success

Your team was able to successfully narrow down the subspace transmissions hidden in a lower band frequency. Further investigation will require sending this information to a team of subspace communication analysts to be deciphered.

Final outcome: Breakthrough!

Your team was able to successfully narrow down the subspace transmissions hidden in a lower band frequency. Even more so, they were able to decipher the encryption used by the Tzenkethi to clearly evaluate the messages. It appears they've been able to monitor the traffic through our subspace relay beacons. This information should be sent to Alliance command immediately to secure our subspace communications.