Assignment: Lend Assistance to U.S.S. Defiant Descendants at Gaia Colony

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Faction FEDKDF.png Lend Assistance to U.S.S. Defiant Descendants at Gaia Colony
Location Type:
Temporal Beacon
Cxp colonial icon.png Colonial
Requires duty officers:
Base outcome chances:
  • Critical Success: 3%
  • Success: 23%
  • Moderate Success: 74%
Commendation XP:
869 Cxp colonial icon.png
93 Cxp recruitment icon.png
You will receive the following reward:

Summary[edit | edit source]

In order to set the timelines straight, you are to send a team to covertly assist the descendants of the survivors of the U.S.S. Defiant's crash on the planet later known as Gaia. This lost-to-time colony must be allowed to fulfill its destiny of erasing itself from time.

Variations[edit | edit source]

This assignment is unique.

Possible location[edit | edit source]

This assignment can be aquired only by activating a [Temporal Beacon - Colonial Assignment] anywhere in the game except for the mission maps where the assignments list is disabled.

Requires[edit | edit source]

Reward variations[edit | edit source]

  • Critical Success = Random blue or purple quality Temporal Duty Officer
  • Success = Random white quality Temporal Duty Officer
  • Moderate Success (Failure) = 706 Colonial points.

Outcome[edit | edit source]

Final outcome: Moderate Success

Your agents successfully averted the time incursion, but were forced to reveal themselves to natives of the time. Unknown risk of timeline contamination. Follow-up investigation advised.

Final outcome: Success

Your agents successfully averted the time incursion. Risk of timeline contamination negligible.

Final outcome: Critical

During the course of your crew's successful assignment, a valuable temporal asset was identified and recruited to assist as a member of your crew.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • This mission refers to the Star Trek: Deep Space 9 episode Children of Time. It states above random officer assigned but have received Marion Frances Dulmur upon critical success.