At the time is was subscription based and I played for about 2 months. The Terran Empire is a state of the mirror universe, a parallel universe that exists on a different dimensional plane. Episodic missions are those which form part of the main storyline of Star Trek Online which are acquired through the Mission Journal. I needed some space combat EXP to finish leveling a ship and there's the boarding action on the Enterprise-J with Terran troops. Many of these rebels were, however, wiped out by the Emperor's flagship. In Star Trek Online, it is a non-player faction, using most of the same military assets as the Federation with cosmetic differences. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. So basically follow the quest/mission line of the game and it will give me random ground missions … ( “Message from Another Universe V”). I just redid Jabberwocky. Discovery was displaced from the 23rd century and led to Captain Killy seizing Pahvo. In 2372, inspired by their prime universe counterparts, a group of Terran rebels working on Terok Nor (DS9's mirror counterpart) manage to take the station from the Alliance. Using force rather than diplomacy, the Terran Empire is the counterpart of the United Federation of Planets and a military dictatorship ruled by an Emperor. In 2410, the I.S.S. The technicians you have to protect ... weren't, but between the Privateer armour's decoy and the holographic deceiver kit module the final part went surprisingly well. The Humans of the mirror universe (typically referred to as "Terrans") are openly nationalistic and fascistic, deeming themselves the born master race. There are however missions within those arcs that do not tie directly into the overarching story. There's something cathartic about punching Admiral Leeta's lights out as payback for all the Kost Amojen (however that's spelled) rants she has elsewhere. The Empire is known to constitute members of the following races: Star Trek Online Wiki is a Fandom Gaming Community. © Valve Corporation. By the 25th century this Empire reverted to its original aggressive nature, ruling oppressively over its territory and initiating a series of hostile incursions into the prime universe. Around the same time, the Orb of Possibilities is returned to mirror Bajor, aiding the rise of Captain Leeta. Missions are grouped in arcs focusing on particular stories, such as the Klingon War or The Delta Quadrant. Hello everyone, I am curious about how the game plays now. The Empire fell, and Terrans and Vulcans became a slave caste of the Alliance. The following year, Admiral Leeta defeats the Iconians 200,000 years in the past and takes challenges the Emperor's power using a combination of future technology from the Temporal Liberation Front and aid from the Pah-wraiths. Instead of the 22nd century vessels which were adorned with yellow markings, 25th century starships utilize red markings instead. It had rendered Qo'noS uninhabitable but still faces some opposition from rebel forces; an alliance of Klingons, Vulcans, Andorians and Tellarites who were opposed to the Empire. I liked the space missions a lot but could not stand the horrible ground missions. All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews ... all ground oens that reweard terran marks #1. Could everyone just chill out for two seconds before something CRAZY happens again?! That one is a ground with lots of Terrans. I have completed the terran task force rep and got all three items of the ground set been awarded title of vet but am unable to find the outfit visuals in the tailor.