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A Measure of Valor
Tales have spread across the galaxy that the crew of the USS Phoenix was killed, save for one brave soul who somehow managed to fight off the intruders. Starfleet needs you to find the Phoenix and solve the mystery of its now legendary hero.
A Measure of Valor is a Hybrid Event beginning 12:00 PM ET (16:00 UTC) Thursday, November 18, 2021 and ending 12:00 PM ET (16:00 UTC) Monday, November 22, 2021 .
The first phase functions as a Faction Event, with players completing shuttle missions for the Federation, Bajorans and Klingon Empire. These missions droped Victory Points, which unlock Threshold Rewards.
The second phase is a Skirmish Event.
Featured crew give the largest VP bonuses to skirmish battles.
All characters below give a lesser VP bonus to skirmish battles.
- Crew with the Maverick trait:
These ships have an additional boost to their Hull
- U.S.S. Phoenix.png
There are 3 sets of rewards given in the event.
- Solo Ranked Rewards which are given at the end of the event based on your rank in the overall event. These are the top-tier prizes.
- Squadron (Ranked) Rewards which are given at the end of the event based on your squadron's rank in the overall event.
- Solo Threshold Rewards which are acquired at each level of displayed Victory Points .
Phase 1, Faction Missions
A Measure of Valor Phase 1 ran from Thursday, November 18, 2021 17:00 UTC (12:00 ET) to Saturday, November 20, 2021 17:00 UTC (12:00 ET).
Phase 2, Skirmish
A Measure of Valor Phase 2 ran from Saturday, November 20, 2021 17:00 UTC (12:00 ET) to Monday, November 22, 2021 17:00 UTC (12:00 ET).
Strange stories are circulating about a starship whose crew was slaughtered, save for a single crew member, who single-handedly took down every last attacker. Even though this hero survived, he was left adrift in space, unable to return home or even establish contact. Many brave crews have gone searching for this mysterious hero - and none have returned. At the same time, information has emerged, suggesting that this mysterious drifting ship may be less cosmic lore and more insidious lure. Find the missing spaceship and learn the truth of the heroes - and villains - involved in her disappearance. 
- Lieutenant J.G. Sam Lavelle: "Hey Captain, you hear the story floating around? About the missing starship and her one-man crew? Apparently the ship was boarded and her entire crew slaughtered, except for one guy who turned the tide and fought off the intruders."
- Lieutenant J.G. Sam Lavelle: "Somehow, he managed to keep the ship going, but has yet to make it back. Can you imagine one man piloting an entire starship? Fighting off all those attackers? If he made it back, he'd be a Starfleet hero!"
- Li Nalas: "Absolutely preposterous, all of it. And these rumors aren't harmless galactic folklore. Far too many crews have gone in search of this vessel and none have returned."
- Lieutenant J.G. Sam Lavelle: "Now who's telling tales? I'm sure the Captain here is interested. Aren't you, Captain? Go check it out. Maybe, if you manage to bring the ship and survivor back, you'll be a hero in your own right."
- Lieutenant J.G. Sam Lavelle: "Looks like all that running around you did paid off, Captain. With what you brought back to Starfleet, we were able to figure out that someone's controlling the Phoenix remotely and we've just made contact. Now who is this and what do you want with the Phoenix?"
- Time Loop Mudd: "I suppose there's no use keeping quiet, especially if you're going to keep hailing and shouting like that. Harcourt Fentin Mudd's the name and intergalactic business ventures are my game!"
- Li Nalas: "Mudd!? How did you come into possession of a Starfleet vessel? What happened to the crew and those who went seaching? Was it you who spread all those rumors`?"
- Time Loop Mudd: "Whoa, those are a lot of questions, Navarch, and I don't hear you offering any latinum to loosen my lips."
- Choice A
- Captain: "What would you want with the Phoenix? How did you gain control of it?"
- Time Loop Mudd: "A smooth Nebula-class like this, Captain? Who wouldn't want one? They just don't make'em like this anymore. But your people really should change those prefix codes more often.""
- Choice B
- Captain: "Return the Phoenix to Starfleet and surrender yourself."
- Time Loop Mudd: "Captain, you really think I'm going to surrender? Not when the Phoenix and I have so much left to do. And this ships's nacelles alone could finance my retirement."
- Choice C
- Captain: "What happened to the Crew? Was that sole-survivor story even real?"
- Time Loop Mudd: "I solely survived the encounter. Don't I count, Captain? Though to be fair, it did take a little fudging of temporal physics to make that happen."
- Time Loop Mudd: "Well, folks, I'm a busy man. If you've nothing to offer me, I'll be on my way. If you want the Phoenix back, you can try and take it back, though it would be a shame for you to meet the same fate as those who failed before you."
- Time Loop Mudd: "The word fun isn't in your vocabulary, is it, Captain? You see a man enjoying the vastness of space, seeking out new ventures, and just think, 'how can I ruin this affable gentleman's day', don't you?"
- Lieutenant J.G. Sam Lavelle: "People who steal starships and use temporal loops to kill off their crews don't have the right to call themselves affable or gentle, Mudd. We have the Phoenix back now and one day, you will pay for your crimes."
- Lieutenant J.G. Sam Lavelle: "Nice work, Captain. Glad you were able to take back the Phoenix with only minimal damage. You really were a true example of valor."
- Li Nalas: "Indeed. And that valor is to be commended. But after seeing all the damag edone by Mudd's story, the way everyone chased the fable of that hero so desperately... it makes me wonder if we don't do heroes more harm by elevating them so."