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Mission: Cold Comfort/Walkthrough

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Note: needs editing. starting after boarding ship (science klingon walkthrough)


Talk to: Dr. Cossa[edit | edit source]

Dr:

By the balance! You couldn't have arrived at a better time. I need every available person to help with patients. I think the Breen take pleasure in causing pain. Few of our crew were killed, but many have been injured.

Response: (continue)

Dr:

If you want to help, I need someone at Table 7.

Take the patient's medical history and triage the injury. If it's a minor issue, go ahead and treat them so we can make room for another patient.
Triage and treat the patient at table 7.

Response: (continue)

Treat the Injured Deferi on Table 7[edit | edit source]

Deferi:

Please, it hurts. Help me.

List of responces: What hurts?
(Select : "What hurts?")
Deferi:

 It's my left side. I took a disruptor hit from a Breen rife.
 Please, I need something for the pain. Do you have anything that will help?

Response: (back)

Note: opens a new dialog "Treatment for disruptor Injuries"
(Select : "Treatment for disruptor Injuries")
Scientist:

There are several medications available from the Deferi medkits that we can use to treat this patient's pain. Asinolyathin, bicaridine, hydrocortilene, metorapan and morphenolog are all indicated for pain relief.

Once the patient is stable we can treat the disruptor hit directly with a protolaser which should fix the damage done to the cellular structure.

Response: Back Do you have any allergies?

Deferi:

I am highly allergic to metorapan. I was given it once and my airway swelled until it was completley blocked. I almost died!

Response: Back Note: opens a new dialog "Metorapan Allergy"

Scientist:

Metorapan is a very common drug used to treat and manage pain, especially in patients with this level of trauma. It's a good thing we caught this. If the patient was given the wrong medication, the result could have been disastrous!

Response: *Back

  • Are you taking any medications currently?

Deferi:

No. Do I look like I should be?
  • Have you been treated for anything related to this issue?

Deferi:

How often do you think I'm shot by a breen? The last time I saw a physician was two years ago. I was treated for polywater intoxication.
 Response: Back

When was the last time you ate?

Deferi:

Midday, I guess.
 What does this have to do with anything? Why haven't you given me something for the pain yet?
Response: Back.
  • What were you doing before you were injured?

Deferi:

I was repairing a power conduit on Deck Two when the Breen came out of Engineering and shot me. They didn't even give me a chance to surrender! I wouldn't have fought them!
 Response: Back

Exit

Get the Medkit[edit | edit source]

There are various medkits strewn about any one of them should work for the medication.

Use Medkit: Medkit: Please select a medication to load into a hypospray. response: Analgesics

List of responses:

Asinolyathin Medkit: Asinolyathin is indicated for pain managment of sports-related injuries.

 It also is used in treatment of muscle spasams.

Response: Load into Hypospray
Response: Choose another Medication

Bicaridine

 Medkit: Bicaridine is indicated for decreasing pain associated with serious trauma injuries.
 Treatment with bicaridine has been known to cause addictive behavior in patients who are treated with the drug for long periods of tie (more than 10 days). Metorapan is a non-addictive substance that is prefered in most cases of serious trauma.

Response: Load into Hypospray
Responce: Choose Another Medication

Hydrocortilene

Medkit: Hydrocortilene is indicated for the treatment of pain in the cranial or upper spinal regions. It's most often used as a treatment for the common headache.

Response: Load into hypospray Response: Choose Another Medication

Metorapan

Medkit: Metorapan is indicated for decreasing the pain associated with serious trauma injuries. Less than 1 percent of patients treated with metorapan experience a potentially fatal anaphlactic reaction. This percentage increases exponentially in patients with a history of polywater intoxication. In these instances, treatment with bicaridine is recomended.

Response: Load into Hypospray Response: Choose Another Medication

Morphenolog

 Medkit: Morphenolog is indicated for treatment of chronic pain.
Typically, morphenolog is used to treat side effects from the long-term use of other medications.

Response: Load into Hypospray Response: Choose Another Medication

Exit

Help the patient on table 7[edit | edit source]


(Select : "Bicaridine")
Load Bicaridine into the hypospray and return to the patient. Use Bicaridine Hypospray

Deferi:

The pain from the disruptor wound is subsiding. That feels much better. Thank you!

Response: Continue

Science:

The Bicaridine is having the desired effect, Captain. Now we can use the proto laser on the wound to treat it without causing undue pain to the patient.

Response: Continue


Use Protolaser on Wound


Talk to Dr. Cossa[edit | edit source]

[Dr. Cossa]]

Dr.:

Good work with that last patient. Has anyone ever told you that you have a talent for medicine? I need someone to check out patient on Table 3. I would appreciate any help you can give us.
Help the patient on table 3.

Response: Continue.

Help the patient on table 3[edit | edit source]

Talk to Injured Deferi

Deferi:

Mother? Is that you?

List of responces:

What hurts?

Deferi:

... an older boy, named Toska, used to take my favorite toys when I brought them to school. If I tried to fight him to get them back, he'd brake the toys so that no one could play with them. My mother said Toska was out of Balance ...

Response: Back

Do you have any Allergies?

Deferi:

... I hated the taste of my mother's stew when I was young. She tried to convince me it tasted like spring, but I thought it tasted like bugs.

Response: Back

Are you taking any medications?

Deferi:

... I used to play in the mud every time it rained. My mother thought I'd get sick from playing out in the cold and damp, but I never got sick, not even once ...

Response: back Opens: The patient seems disoriented and unaware of their surroundings.

Science:

I agree, Captain.
  It may be a symptom of brain trauma, but we cannot rule out a psychological brakedown until we do a mental status check.
The stress of the breen attack may have been more than the patient's mind could process.

Response: Back (see Mental eval)

Have you been treated for anything related to this issue?

Deferi:

When was the last time you ate?

What were you doing before you got injured/

Exit


Mental Eval:

Deferi:

Mother is that you?

Response list:

Do you know your name??

Deferi:

... My sister had a doll she used to call llka ...

Response: Back

Do you know approximately what the time it is?

Deferi:

... I loved catching Umek insects at twilight. The light from the descending sun would make their wings glow like golden fire ...

Response: Back


Do you know where you are? Deferi: ... Can we have our dessert now? I finished all my vegetables ...

Response: Back


Do you know what year it is?

Deferi:

... My sister is three years older than I am. That meant my mom let her do all the fun things while I had to sit and watch ...

Response: Back

(after all have been chosen) Altered Mental State

Science:

There is something obviously wrong with the patient's mental status. I recommend That we scan the brain tissue for deaep trauma. A hyperencephalogram should reveal if there is any damage.

Response: Continue

Deferi:

Tell me the story of preservers again...

Response: Exit

Exit

Scan the patient on table 3[edit | edit source]

Again to the medkit: Optain Neural Scanner

To the deferi patient again: Conduct Neurological Examination

Science:

Captain, it appears that there is a cortical implant in this patient's brain that is causing the disorientation and delusions. There is an extreamly high ammount of neural activity in the area around the implant. perhaps if we were able to decrease the activity with an anesthetic, the patient would be more responsive.

Response: Continue

Heal the patient on Table 3[edit | edit source]

Medkit again: Use Medkit Medkit: please select a medication to load into a hypospray. Response: Anesthetics

Response list:

  • Anesthizine

Anetrizine

Medkit: Anetrizine is an anesthetic used for calming hyperactive nerve impulses.
Use of anetrizine has been known to interfere with cranial implants by decreasing their efectiveness.

Response: Load into hypospray Response: Choose Another Medication

  • Axxonol
  • Melanex
  • Neurozine

Exit

Choose Anetrizine and return to the patient.

Deferi:

Where ... where am I?
 I remember the Breen attack, and there was this medic. He semed sad ....
 The Breen implanted me with a cortical implant. It has been forcing me to relive memories from my past.
please help get it out of my head. I don't want to live like this!

Response: Continue

Science:

The anetrizine worked, Captain! Removing a coctrical implant is tricky process. We should confer with Dr. Cossa about how to proceed.

Responce: Continue

Return to Dr. Cossa[edit | edit source]

Dr. Cossa:

I'm not familiar with any technology like this. Any attempt I'd make at removing it would be based uppon an educated guess. We have some captured Breen in the brig waiting for transport to a holding facility. Perhaps you could question them? One of the monsters who did this to my patient might know how to reverse the process.

Response: Continue

Go to the brig. Look on your map if you have a hard time finding it, make the quest primary for the hilighted points to be orange and show up better on the gold map background.

Uppon entering the brig:

Science:

 Sir, there are a few things you should know about the Breen before we talk to them.
 The Breen are a warrior race. They do what is expedient, and will often take prisoners rather than kill. You get more work out of a slave than a dead man, after all.
 I spit upon there expedicery, but to the Breen it's only logical. They survive but they do not live as we do.
 Strangely, though, reports from the interrogations of breen prisoners reveal that the Breen have a strong sense of personal honor, and are ... troublesome when that honor is insulted.
If you want to get more information of them, I suggest that you do not insult them or suggest that they kill without cause.

Response: Continue.

Find a prisoner willing to talk[edit | edit source]

Warning Note: failing to heed that advice will fail the mission and you will have to restart after exiting the system.

Talk to every prisoner first.


Interrogate Tran[edit | edit source]

Talk to Tran

Tran:

Ask your questions, warrior.

Response list:

  • What are you doing here?

Tran:

I am a combat medic of the fifth order. I serve the Breen Confederacy. I was ordered to go to this system by my superiors. I am sure that you have encountered other Breen in the Deferi Sector.

Response list:

  • What does attacking a civilian transport have to do with Breen expansion?
  • Why do the Breen feel the need to conquer everything?
  • What are you doing here?


Select: "What are you doing here?"

Tran:

I am currently incarcerated in a Deferi brig.
 I was captured near the bridge when my boarding party was overwhelmed by Deferi Security teams.
While this ship may not be carrying military personal, a three-man boarding party stands little chance against four fully-armed security teams defending their ship and their captain. We gave away the terrain advantage and now we are paying the price.

Response list:

  • You must have known this wasn't a military ship. Why did you attack it?


Select: "You must have known this wasn't a military ship. Why did you attack it?"

Tran:

I do not feel comfortable continuing this conversation. My commanding officer is in a nearby cell and he can overhear everything we are saying. While I do not agree with his actions in this matter, I respect his position of authority. I will not throw his dishonor in his face.

Response: Continue

  • See (more with tran)
  • You were captured by civilians! How can you live with the dishonor?
  • What is your story?
  • What kind of monster are you?
  • Go to the first cell you see when entering and enable acoustic dampening field.
  • More with tran

Tran: (same thing about not offending his boss) Response: Your commending officer cannot hear what we are saying.

Tran:

My superior thought that these Deferi civilians might have the information which we had been searching. While I might have disagreed with his choice of target, this is not a soldier's place to question his commanding officer. I think my dissension was the reason I was selected to join the assault on the ships bridge -- a dangerous task in the best of circumstances, and one that had the least chance of success.

Response list:

  • How can you justify an attack against civilian targets?
  • You followed orders you knew were dishonorable. Your failure is well deserved.
  • Did you object to your commanding officer about this assignment?


Select: "Did you object to your commanding officer about this assignment?"

Tran:

I'm not sure how you run things in the Klingon Empire but in the Breen confederacy you obey your commanders. I may not always be pleased by what I am ordered to do, but I understand that there is a goal that must be achieved and that I may not have all the facts my superiors do.

Response list:

  • If your leaders are dishonorable murderers, don't you think it's your duty to question their orders?
  • Do you believe that the goal you are attempting to achieve was worth killing civilians?


Select: "Do you believe that the goal you are attempting to achieve was worth killing civilians?"

Tran:

I didn't want to attack this ship.
 There is a nobility to being a soldier. When I enter battle, I know I could be killed. I know that others will die at my hands. But that is what we must do. It is part of being a soldier.

Civilians are not part of this unspoken agreement. They do not wake up each day and know in their hearts it could be their last. They should be out of bounds as targets for people like you and me. There is no honor in fighting someone who is unprepared to fight back.

I regret that I had orders to kill these civilians. More than that, I regret that I carried out those orders.

Response list: What were your orders?
Select: "What were your orders?"

Tran:

I am a combat medic. Normally, my task is to repair the injuries of my fellow soldiers. On this mission ... i was tasked with capturing civilians alive and fitting them with subspace cortical implants.
 These devices are barbaric, even by our standards. We use them to obtain memories from the most obstinate of interrogations subjects.
This particular implant has a subspace relay intended to capture and transmit these memories so that my superiors can sift through the secrets locked in our victims' minds even as we moved on to implant more subjects.

Response list:

  • So, in your eyes is torture fine as long as you aren't killing the victim?
  • And this required attacking and tormenting helpless civilians?
  • Why did you do this? What information did the Deferi Have that you need so badly?


Select: "Why did you do this? What information did the Deferi Have that you need so badly?"

Tran:

I am not sure what exactly the commanders wanted to learn from these people. I can only guess that my superiors wanted information that they felt could be held by any member of the Deferi population. The cortical implants were calibrated to bring longterm memories to the surface, even going back to the target's childhood. Perhaps they wanted to learn something that even a Deferi child might know.


Response: Would the probed Deferi Know what memories were being searched?

Tran:

perhaps, if they had the mental fortitude to recall the memories that were triggered during their interrogation. The pain from the implants can be quite intense.

Response: How do we remove the implant?

Tran:

The removal of the cortical implant is a very delicate procedure. The implants are intended to be strong enough to survive the interrogation process, but to difficult to be removed by the subject or anyone else. I have worked with these implants for some time. Have your doctors talk to me and I will tell them what they need to do to remove them.

Response: Continue.


Did you have an option that didn't involve attacking the Deferi?


You speak of nobility, but where was it when you shot helpless innocents with your disruptor?

Return to Dr. Cossa[edit | edit source]

Talk to Dr. Cossa

Dr.:

This is just the information we needed. I will round up a surgical team and we will begin the process of removing the implant immediatly. I spent some time talking to the patient while you were in the brig. It sounded to me like the Breen implant was triggering memories from the patient's early childhood, many of them involving rhymes and songs.

Responce: Rhymes and songs?

Dr.:

Most Deferi parents and grandparents sing to their children and tell them stories of our past and our traditions.

A common theme in our songs is Preservers. We sing of their travels through the universe, their efforts to maintain the Ballance and their great Archive.

My children are particularly fond of songs about the Preserver Archive, a hidden place where they left all of their technology and records of the ancient days. It's an interesting story, but I don't know if a place like that could actually exist. After all, we're talking about childrent's rhymes!

Response: Continue

Science:

Captain the Breen must believe that the Preserver Archive exists. There is no other explanation as to why they would target Deferi civilians in order to obtain information about nursery rhymes.

Before we leave, Tran has requested to talk to you again. He's waiting in his cell.
Return to tran.

Response: Continue

Return to Tran[edit | edit source]

Talk to Tran

Tran:

Thank you for returning.
 I know that helping you was the honorable thing to do, but because I did so I ccan never return to the Breen confederacy. Therefore, I would like to request asylum from the Klingon Empire.
 I, however am not alone in this request. There are a small group of Breen that share my feelings. We know that anyone who attacks innocents ccannot rightfully call himself a warrior.
If you accept us, we would all like to join you.

Response: Continue.

Tran:

I'll give you the information necessary to contact them. It may take some time before they are willing to respond. Your future acctions will help speed up that process.

Response: Continue

Science:

We have a communication based on Tran's Information. I can't be sure it was recived, so at this point I beleave the only thing we can do is wait for a response.

Response: Continue.

Science:

Who could have imagined there would be Breen capable of honor? I would never believed it had I heard stories second hand. The deferi are now in control of the situation. Are you ready to leave the system?

Response: Depart System Response Not Now.