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In Fluid Dynamics the player travels into fluidic space to try to make peace with the Undine.
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We've found a system where the fabric of the two dimensions are breaking down. This is our best shot at finding a stable quantum singularity.
Once there, I hope you have the opportunity to seek out some less aggressive Undine and see if they'll talk to us. This could be the breakthrough we need to arrange a truce.
We need to try to make contact with the Undine. An alliance would give us a powerful weapon against the Borg ... and the Federation, if it comes to that.
We've found a system where the fabric of the two dimensions are breaking down. This is our best shot at finding a stable path into fluidic space.
Once there, seek out some less aggressive Undine and see if they're willing to talk.
- The Rift
- Go To Fluidic Space
- Explore Fluidic Space
- Scan Anomalies (0/2)
- Scan "Land Mass"
- Making Contact
- Make Contact with the Undine
- Defeat the Undine
- Defeat Undine Reinforcements
- Speak with the Prisoners
- Defeat the Undine Guards (0/2)
- Speak with the Hylasa
- Meet at the "Land Mass"
- Learn about the Hylasa
- Time to Surface
- Protect the Hylasa
- Check on Hylasa
- Escort the Hylasa
- Depart Fluidic Space
- Report to Captain Nicholas Martin/Captain K'rav
- Undine Captain
- Ancient Gekli
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|Friend of the Hylasa||Protect the Hylasa||10|
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- With the release of Season Nine: A New Accord on 22nd April 2014, this mission was replaced by a completely new designed mission “Fluid Dynamics”, that basically just inherited the name, and the concept of fluidic space.