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All Klingons look forward to an afterlife of eternal, glorious battle in Sto'Vo'Kor. But what if they never die? Immortality is sweeping the Empire! Can you find out what's causing it?
Sto'Vo'Kor Lost is a Skirmish Event beginning 12:00 PM ET (17:00 UTC) Thursday, July 23, 2020 and ending 12:00 PM ET (17:00 UTC) Monday, July 27, 2020. Players completed groups of Space Battles to receive Victory Points, which unlocked Threshold Rewards.
Featured crew give the largest VP bonuses to skirmish battles.
All characters below give a lesser VP bonus to skirmish battles.
- Crew with the Q Continuum trait
These ships have an additional boost to their Hull
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 .
Klingon warriors across the universe are suddenly finding they cannot die: they have become immortal! While there are many who revel in the concept of eternal conquest and glory upon this plane, many others feel deprived at the loss of their long-promised eternal reward. Who or what has caused this, and what will it take to reverse?
- Wedding Worf: "Every Klingon welcomes death, for it is the day we enter Sto'Vo'Kor, and an eternity of glorious battle. That is, if we die. We have received reports that Klingons are surviving injuries an illness that should kill them. That they are, in effect... immortal."
- Q Junior: "Battling alive, battling dead... I don't really see the difference, to be honest. Sound like this way, you can have your bath'leth and swing it, too."
- L'Rell: "Do not speak of what you do not understand, boy. An empire of immortal warriors will not fight amongst themselves for glory. They will seek out their enemies, or make new ones. Much as I long to see my people ascend, we need allies, too."
- Q Junior: "Well, then. Sounds like you could use the help of someone who knows a little something about immortality--even if he is a boy. Oh, and you might want to do something about all the Klingon warships headed out to pick fights, too."
- L'Rell: "The Empire is officially disvowing the actions of those warriors attacking our allies, but incursions continue to mount. We cannot play this foolish game any longer."
- Wedding Worf: "You and your father are tl'qa of the same stripe. Admit to what you have done, before I wring it from you myself!"
- Q Junior: "All right! I may have dabbled in giving a few Klngons immortality. And by a few, I mean all of them."
- Choice A:
- Captain: "Why would you do such a thing?"
- Q Junior: "I was curious! Death, we don't have anything like it in the Continuum. You mortals are so strange and interesting."
- Choice B:
- Captain: "At least it's easily reversed... right?" [Go to Q Jr's two responses at the end]
- Choice C:
- Captain: "Worf, wring him. That's an order."
- Q Junior: "Not another step, or I'll turn you all into amoebas!"
- Q Junior: "I would just snap them back if I could, but I can't. I am a boy, I suppose. Still learning my powers. I can make you immortal just fine, but I can't seem to go the other way."
- Q Junior: "Please, don't tell my father. I promise I will find a way to fix this. I just need more time. Keep the Klingons busy, will you?"
- L'Rell: "The Klingon-Cardassian Alliance is emboldened by their own immortality. I fear many lives will be lost--lives that will not end in Sto'Vo'Kor--if something is not done soon--"
- Miss Q: "Calm down, mortals, here I am , to collect my worthless boy. And [snap!] give you back the death you so crave."
- Q Junior: "Mother! I can explain. I was only trying to--"
- Miss Q: "Indulge your senseless obsession with these subceatures? Of all the things to inherit from your father... well, no harm done, I suppose. Never try anything like this again. A mother alyways knows."