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In Prelude to a Crisis the player contacts the U.S.S. Khitomer in distress and is ordered to beam over in an attempt to offer assistance.
The player starts the game in the ship's mess hall, witnessing a raging battle between some Starfleet ships and a Borg Cube outside. The Captain commands the player to the Bridge in order to hail the U.S.S. Khitomer. Since the ship's EMH is in need of assistance to fight back a Borg boarding party, Captain Qat'Anmek orders the player to beam over and offer assistance.
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You are a junior officer aboard the U.S.S. <shipname>. Your ship has been ordered to the Vega System to assist with a crisis situation.
- Entering Star Trek Online . . .
- Welcome to Star Trek Online!
- Look Around Your Surroundings
- Move Around
- Report to the Chief (Security/Engineering) Officer
- Leave (Security Office/Engineering)
- Take Turbolift to Bridge
- Talk to the Captain
- Hail the U.S.S. Khitomer
- Take Turbolift to Transporters
- Talk to Transporter Chief
- Beam to the U.S.S. Khitomer
- Chief Security Officer
- Chief Engineering Officer
- First Officer
- Ensign Koja Nara
- Khitomer Emergency Medical Hologram
- Library Computer
- Lt. Commander Mercedes "Mercy" McMary
- Captain Qat'Anmek
- Captain Taggart
- Ensign Security
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- For a walkthrough of this mission, visit the Walkthrough page.
- After the events of “Khitomer Crisis”, you become the highest ranking officer on your ship, thus enabling you to take command of it after the blessing of Admiral Quinn.
- Replaced by “Graduation Day” and other new tutorial missions in Season Eight: The Sphere and removed from game on November 12, 2013. As such the information on this page is outdated.