Straight On Til Morning 2
Captain Spock and the Enterprise 1701-A are dragged into eh 24th century by a temporal anomaly in the middle of the ship's decommissioning ceremony. When the ship is stolen, Spock puts his faith in a 24th century Starfleet crew to get it back.
Straight On Til Morning 2 is a Hybrid Event beginning 12:00 PM ET (17:00 UTC) Thursday, March 16, 2023. The event ends 12:00 PM ET (17:00 UTC) on Monday, March 20, 2023.
The first phase functions as a Skirmish Event, with players can complete groups of Space Battles to receive Victory Points, which unlock Threshold Rewards.
The second phase is in the form of a Galaxy Event.
This event offers a Special Pack that has a guaranteed drop of event featured crew if you spend 650 on the 10-pack pull.
Featured crew give the largest VP bonuses to skirmish battles.
All characters below give a lesser VP bonus to skirmish battles.
- Laborer Spock
Immediately repairs Shields by 12%
1:After 5s, Immediately repairs Shields by 16%, +2s cooldown
2:After 11s, Immediately repairs Shields by 20%, +7s cooldown
These ships have an additional boost to their Hull
There are 4 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.
- Solo Threshold Rewards which are acquired at each level of displayed Victory Points .
- Community (Threshold) Rewards can be obtained by communal Victory Points .
- Squadron (Ranked) Rewards which are given at the end of the event based on your squadron's rank in the overall event.
Phase 2, Galaxy Missions
Straight On Til Morning 2 Phase 2 ran from March 18, 2023 12:00 EDT (16:00 UTC) to March 20, 2023 12:00 EDT (16:00 UTC).
|Preserving the Past||Restore the Enterprise 1701-A to its classic glory.||Relic|
|From Across Space
Craft a story about the ship's legendary history.
|Federation, Starfleet (both)||
|Writer, Communicator (both)||
|Human, Starfleet (both)||
Outfit the ship with a new warp core.
|Civilian, Xenoanthropology (both)||
|Vulcan, Astrophysicist (both)||
|Xenoanthropology, Astrophysicist (both)||
Restore the computer and outfit it with appropriate tech.
|Exobiology, Telepath (both)||
|Writer, Human (both)||
|Human, Federation (both)||
|Interviewing a Legend
Record an interview with Captain Spock.
|Human, Civilian (both)||
|Astrophysicist, Xenoanthropology (both)||Meditation Techniques|
|Exobiology, Vulcan (both)||
|It's Like New
Make cosmetic repairs to the ship.
|Human, Desperate (both)||
|Civilian, Writer (both)||
|Astrophysicist, Exobiology (both)||
Compile data on all missions the ship was used for.
|Hero, Desperate (both)||
|Astrophysicist, Human (both)||
||Lie Detection Techniques|
Find or replicate the classic part the ship needs.
|Telepath, Vulcan (both)||
|Writer, Human (both)||Mythological Stories|
|Writer, Communicator (both)||
Spock, acting as captain, puts out a distress call from his shuttlecraft. He and the Enterprise-A, which was in the midst of its decommissioning ceremony, were yanked into the present. Before Spock could grasp what was happening, the vessel was boarded and he was forced to retreat. Douglas Pabst, still acclimating to the 24th century, is intrigued by the mystery and thinks it could give him some marketable story ideas when he returns to his time. Michael Burnham merely seeks to reassure her adoptive brother - they will retrieve the Enterprise-A! 
- Captain Spock: "Thank you for your assistance. One moment, we were preparing for the Enterprise's decommissioning, and the next, the ship was boarded by scavengers armed with weapons that outmatched our own. We must retrieve the ship, though returning to my own time will be its own challenge."
- Douglas Pabst: "I'm adjusting to life here myself, Captain Spock, but thankfully the Captain here's been generous enough to let me ride along and get a sense of things. But it's quite a thrill to meet you. In my short time here, your name's come up quite a bit."
- Douglas Pabst: "Could I entice you to share some of your adventures over a drink? It'd give me some fodder for a good story if and when I get home and I might even have a few ideas to help you get back too."
- Prospect Michael Burnham: "You may have your drink with him once we retrieve the Enterprise, Mister Pabst. With Captain Spock and the rest of the crew safe, our imperative is to overcome these scavengers and regain control of the ship. Captain, I expect you and your crew are up to the task?"
- Captain Spock: "Captain, thank you for retrieving the Enterprise. I see that your time period still has its fair share of problems, though one would think the necessities the Federation provides would discourage the need for that."
- Prospect Michael Burnham: "There are some for whom accumulating wealth will always be their drive. But the larger problem now is that word has spread that both you and the Enterprise are here. Completing repairs discretely will be difficult with so many out looking for you both."
- Douglas Pabst: "I think I might be able to help. You need someone who can spin this into the right narrative. Give people just enough exciting details about yourself and the ship to satisfy them so they won't be showing up and getting in the way of the actual repairs."
- Captain Spock: "As humans say, I think you may be onto something there, Mister Pabst. Captain, can we count on your help once more to get the necessary parts and see that the Enterprise is repaired?"
- Captain Spock: "The Enterprise 1701-A is functional once more and will be able to complete its final voyage now–whenever the temporal anomaly crisis is resolved, that is."
- Prospect Michael Burnham: "It may be some time before the temporal crisis is resolved, Spock, but you have a unique opportunity here. There are so many worlds we had yet to interact with in our time. You also have a chance to see what's become of the Federation in the century since."
- Douglas Pabst: "It'll definitely take you some getting used to, I won't lie. But getting the chance to taste the future is something most people will never have. For me, this time period is something that could have only been fathomable in the realm of fiction."
- Captain Spock: "Thank you both for your insights. There is truly much to behold in this time period. Now, Mister Pabst, I believe I owe you an interview, provided the drinks are on you."