Assignment: Study Hur'q Swarming Patterns

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Faction Khitomer.png Study Hur'q Swarming Patterns
Location Type:
Personal
Commendation:
None
Rarity:
Very Rare
Duration:
4h
11
Repeatable:
Yes
Requires duty officers:
  • Any Officer x4
Other costs:

1 x Gamma Quadrant Research - Study Hur'q Swarming Patterns icon.pngCommon icon.png [Gamma Quadrant Research - Study Hur'q Swarming Patterns] - Study Hur'q Swarming Patterns

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]

With the reemergence of the Hur'q, we should study this swarming behavior they seem to be employing. We need every tactical advantage we can get.

Variations[edit | edit source]

This assignment is part of the Research Assignment - Gamma Quadrant Research chain.

Requires[edit | edit source]

Outcome[edit | edit source]

Final outcome: Success

It appears the smaller Hur'q vessels are extremely fast but this leads them to establish a clumping nature. Using this knowledge, we should be able to make use of abilities and weapons with a large damaging area. As for the larger ships, they seem to be employing a high powered, reactive shielding, requiring an orbiting pattern to be effective.

Final outcome: Breakthrough!

It appears the smaller Hur'q vessels are extremely fast but this leads them to establish a clumping nature. Using this knowledge, we should be able to make use of abilities and weapons with a large damaging area. Additionally, they seem to lack the necessary mechanisms to make swift directional changes. As for the larger ships, they seem to be employing a high powered, reactive shielding, requiring an orbiting pattern to be effective. Further reports indicate that these ships rely heavily on their auxiliary systems to deploy their vast replenishing numbers.