Dictators, Unite!

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As temporal unrest continues in the Alpha Quadrant, powerful leaders from different timelines have decided they can handle the situation themselves—and they aren't used to taking no for an answer. Who will you support?\


Dictators, Unite! is a Faction Event beginning 12:00 PM (EDT) Friday, November 4, 2016 and ending 12:00 PM (EDT) Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Players can complete shuttle missions for the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance, Section 31, or the Maquis. These missions will drop Victory Points, which unlock Threshold Rewards.

This event offers a Special Pack that has a guaranteed drop of event featured crew if you spend 650 Dilithium on the 10-pack pull.


Featured crew give the largest bonuses to faction missions.


All characters below give a bonus to faction missions.

Event Rewards

There are 3 sets of rewards given in the event.

Solo Ranked Rewards

Solo Ranked Rewards
Ranks Interfaced Barclay Head.png Mirror K'Ehleyr Head.png Duelist Barclay Head.png 10xPremiumTimePortal.png PremiumTimePortal.png Merits.png DynamicOfficerTraining.png AdvancedTacticalTraining.png

Interfaced Barclay Mirror K'Ehleyr Duelist Barclay 10x Premium
Time Portal
Time Portal
Merits Dynamic Officer
Advanced Tactical

1 5 2 5 2500 100
2–3 4 2 1500 100
4–5 4 1 5 1000 75
6–15 3 1 500 50
16–25 2 1 500 25
26–50 1 7 350 25
51–75 1 7 250 20
76–200 1 5 150 15
201–350 1 5 100 50
351–650 1 5 75 25
651–1000 1 3 50 15
1001–1500 4 3 50 10
1501–2000 3 3 25 10
2001–2500 2 3 25 10
2501–3000 1 3 25 10
3001–5000 3 1 10
5001–7500 2 1 10
7501–10,000 1 1 10
10,001–15,000 1 10
15,001–50,000 1 5
50,001–100,000 1 3
100,001+ 3

Threshold Rewards

Victory Points Reward
1 Victory Points TransmissionKCA.png
1 KCA Transmission
1 Maquis Transmission
2 Victory Points TransmissionSection31.png 1 Section 31 Transmission
3 Victory Points BasicSurvivalTraining.png 5 Basic Survival Training
8 Victory Points Lt. Commander Data Head.png Lt. Commander Data
12 Victory Points Spacer.pngTricorderMarkVII.pngFlipCommon.png Common Tricorder Mark VII
20 Victory Points TransmissionKCA.png
2 KCA Transmission
2 Section 31 Transmission
25 Victory Points TransmissionMaquis.png 2 Maquis Transmission
30 Victory Points Spacer.pngScandalinBohemiaHolonovel.pngFlipCommon.png Common Scandal in Bohemia Holonovel
50 Victory Points Credits 25,000 Credits
80 Victory Points Spacer.pngPositronicBrain.pngFlipUncommon.png
Uncommon Positronic Brain ★★
Common Engineering Suit (TOS)
150 Victory Points Merit 50 Merits
250 Victory Points ElementaryFlightTraining.png 5 Elementary Flight Training
400 Victory Points TransmissionMaquis.png
3 Maquis Transmission
3 Section 31 Transmission
425 Victory Points TransmissionKCA.png 3 KCA Transmission
550 Victory Points Spacer.pngEPICapacitor.pngFlipUncommon.png
Uncommon EPI Capacitor ★★
Uncommon Poetry ★★
750 Victory Points Lt. Commander Data Head.png Lt. Commander Data
1000 Victory Points Merit 75 Merits
1500 Victory Points Spacer.pngSonicDriver.pngFlipRare.png Rare Sonic Driver ★★★
2000 Victory Points IntermediateCommandTraining.png 3 Intermediate Command Training
3000 Victory Points Mirror K'Ehleyr Head.png Mirror K'Ehleyr
4000 Victory Points Spacer.pngKlingonArmorTNG.pngFlipUncommon.png
Uncommon Klingon Armor (TNG) ★★
Common Gagh
5000 Victory Points TransmissionKCA.png
4 KCA Transmission
4 Maquis Transmission
5250 Victory Points TransmissionSection31.png 4 Section 31 Transmission
6500 Victory Points IntermediateCommandTraining.png 5 Intermediate Command Training
8000 Victory Points Spacer.pngBloodwine.pngFlipUncommon.png
Uncommon Bloodwine ★★
Uncommon Klingon Communicator ★★
10,000 Victory Points Credits 50,000 Credits
12,000 Victory Points TransmissionKCA.png
5 KCA Transmission
5 Section 31 Transmission
12,500 Victory Points TransmissionMaquis.png 5 Maquis Transmission
15,000 Victory Points Merit 150 Merits
18,000 Victory Points Mirror K'Ehleyr Head.png Mirror K'Ehleyr
22,000 Victory Points AdvancedTacticalTraining.png 5 Advanced Tactical Training
26,000 Victory Points Spacer.pngMedicalLesson.pngFlipUncommon.png
Uncommon Medical Lesson ★★
Uncommon Bashir's Aviator Scarf ★★
30,000 Victory Points TransmissionMaquis.png
5 Maquis Transmission
5 Section 31 Transmission
30,500 Victory Points TransmissionKCA.png 5 KCA Transmission
36,000 Victory Points Credits 80000 Credits
44,000 Victory Points Spacer.pngTacticalAlert.pngFlipRare.png
Rare Tactical Alert ★★★
Rare Bat'leth ★★★
52,000 Victory Points Merit 500 Merits
60,000 Victory Points AdvancedTacticalTraining.png 5 Advanced Tactical Training
70,000 Victory Points Spacer.pngKEhleyrsArmor.pngFlipRare.png Rare K'Ehleyr's Armor ★★★
90,000 Victory Points TransmissionKCA.png
7 KCA Transmission
7 Maquis Transmission
90,500 Victory Points TransmissionSection31.png 7 Section 31 Transmission
120,000 Victory Points Mirror K'Ehleyr Head.png Mirror K'Ehleyr
150,000 Victory Points Spacer.pngKlingonHouseCrest.pngFlipLegendary.png Legendary House Worf Crest ★★★★★
250,000 Victory Points Merit 1000 Merits

Squadron Rewards

Ranks Credits Credits
1 125,000
2–3 90,000
4–5 85,000
6–15 80,000
16–25 75,000
26–50 70,000
51–75 65,000
76–200 60,000
201–350 55,000
351–650 50,000
651–1000 45,000
1001–1500 40,000
1501–2000 35,000
2001–2500 30,000
2501–3000 25,000
3001–5000 20,000
5001–7500 15,000
7501+ 10,000

Faction Missions

Dictators, Unite!: Klingon-Cardassian Alliance Faction Missions

Dictators, Unite!: Section 31 Faction Missions

Dictators, Unite!: Maquis Faction Missions


The Alpha Quadrant is becoming crowded with individuals who are not used to taking a back seat in a crisis. These dictators in their own time have decided that the Federation isn’t making the most of their leadership skills to help maintain order during the temporal anomaly crisis. All of the leaders and the factions they have drawn to their cause are controversial, and each has a different approach. Who will you support?[1]


The following was sent via in-game mail on December 21, 2016.

Troubled by the continuing unrest in the Alpha Quadrant, powerful dictators from many timelines decided they could reestablish order during the temporal crisis, each using the methods they knew best. Section 31 sought to undermine leaders such as Emperor Spock and the infamous Augment Khan, believing that only its firm hand could keep the Federation safe from these tyrants. The Klingon-Cardassian Alliance, in contrast, saw the presence of these capable individuals as an opportunity. It worked to recruit them to its own cause, while minimizing the damage done by the most hot-headed among them. Meanwhile, chafing under the schemes of so many power-hungry individuals, the Maquis took a stand for the common people, encouraging them to rise up against such opportunists and defend their independence.

Led by Reginald Barclay, his intelligence greatly enhanced by a Cytherian probe, Section 31 uncovered many of its enemies' weak points. It took full advantage of the temporal crisis by seeking out people from its foes' pasts, and was able to uncover surprising intel about Khan Noonien Singh, Regent Worf, and even Emperor Spock. By carefully deploying both agents and propaganda, Section 31 cast serious doubts upon the capability of these dangerous leaders. Then, having positioned itself as the solution to the temporal crisis, Section 31 had new concerns: the fate of the Delphic Expanse. Barclay calculated that if it remained an open battleground for the Hirogen and the Dominion, it could upset the fragile order he had established. He recommended that either Odo or Voyager's EMH be sent as a Federation ambassador to stabilize the region.

The Federation ultimately appointed Odo as ambassador to the Delphic Expanse. The Dominion remained grateful to him for curing the morphogenic virus that nearly wiped out the Great Link and quickly agreed to negotiate with him. Unfortunately, his Changeling nature made it difficult to reach out to the Hirogen, who saw him as more of the same Dominion prey they'd been hunting. Odo's knowledge of espionage helped him stay one step ahead of the Hirogen until they finally accepted his status as ambassador, and he established an uneasy truce between the two sides. As he became more familiar with the Hirogen's ways, Odo suggested that the Federation recruit some Hirogen into Section 31. He believed their skills could prove useful, and in the spirit of keeping friends close but enemies closer, this would let Section 31 and the Federation keep a watchful eye on the most dangerous of the Hirogen. Others feared that this would make Section 31 even more unpredictable than it already was.

After hearing suggestions from the ambassador and many top Starfleet officers, the Federation ultimately decided to allow a few Hirogen to join Section 31. Section 31 convinced these Hirogen that its targets require a delicate form of hunt—one that would allow them access to the rest of the quadrant. These new recruits quickly proved their worth in tracking elusive sentient targets as well as information, and their knowledge of osteotomy has been the basis of several life-saving medical procedures. More troubling, however, are rumors among other Hirogen that Section 31 is genetically modifying some of their Hirogen agents pass for other species. They also claim that some Hirogen who joined Section 31 have not been heard from since. Section 31 reports that these agents are on long-term assignments, but others fear they are the subjects of unethical experimentation. Only time will tell if allowing Section 31 access to the Hirogen was wise.