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Introduced in Season 6, Fleet Credits are the main form of currency for purchasing Fleet items and ships unlocked by the Fleet Advancement System.

Earning[]

Fleet members earn Fleet Credits by contributing to projects for their starbase. The amount a player receives depends on the type and quantity of contribution (see table). The Fleet Credits earned remain with a player, even after leaving and/or joining another fleet. Each character is limited to having 10,000,000 Fleet Credits. If you meet or exceed the limit, you will not earn anymore Fleet Credits until you drop below the limit.

The members of large fleets can generate additional Fleet Credits by running special projects. These take 30 minutes to run and grant only a small amount of starbase XP but have large requirements, thereby ensuring the possibility to contribute, and thus to earn Fleet Credits, for a larger number of members.

Similar to Skill Point Boosts and Commendation Experience Boosts sold in the Zen Store, any [ Lock Box] may contain a Fleet Credit Boost. It will improve a fleet member's fleet credit earnings by 20% until the bonus pool of either 25,000 or 5,000 is depleted.

Spending[]

Fleet Credits can be spent at the Operations Quartermaster near the Command Center/Central Plaza of the Fleet's starbase for a variety of Mk XII equipment, consumable items (skill boosts and operational assets), or at any shipyard for a Tier 5/6 fleet ship. 20% Fleet Mark boosts (usable for up to 100 Fleet Marks per boost) are available for 15,000 Fleet Credits each.

The Personnel Officer also sells Fleet Duty Officers with special abilities that can not be obtained elsewhere. These duty officers grant no dilithium or Recruitment XP when dismissed. These are unlocked and become available for the following costs (with respective upgrades):

RarityAny TypeTactical/SecurityEngineering/OperationsScience/Medical
Common500 Fleet Credits
(Starbase I)
750 Fleet Credits
(Shipyard II)
750 Fleet Credits
(Industrial Fabricator II)
750 Fleet Credits
(Communications Array II)
Uncommon5,000 Fleet Credits
(Starbase II)
7,500 Fleet Credits
(Shipyard III)
7,500 Fleet Credits
(Industrial Fabricator III)
7,500 Fleet Credits
(Communications Array III)
Rare10,000 Fleet Credits
(Starbase III)
15,000 Fleet Credits
(Shipyard IV)
15,000 Fleet Credits
(Industrial Fabricator IV)
15,000 Fleet Credits
(Communications Array IV)
Very Rare25,000 Fleet Credits
(Starbase IV)
37,500 Fleet Credits
(Shipyard V)
37,500 Fleet Credits
(Industrial Fabricator V)
37,500 Fleet Credits
(Communications Array V)

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STFs, or PvEs, are special missions that can be rerun as many times as you want to earn you reputation and fleet marks.
After each individual STF there will be a cool down of 30 minutes to stop you from playing the same STF over and over, but after the 30 minute cool down you will be able to play that STF again.

Reputation marks are used to level up all the tiers within the different reputation areas. Achieving each tier in each area will give you benefits such as being able to transwarp to the alpha/delta quadrants or give you new ground and space traits. Unlocking new tiers will also unlock more items to buy in the reputation store.

Fleet marks are used to donate to fleet holdings projects which will earn you fleet credits which in turn are used to buy fleet provisions such as ships, ship consoles, weapons, shields, etc.

Here is a list of STFs and the approximate number of fleet marks you will be rewarded for completing each STF. The number of mark awarded will depend on your teams performance, e.g. completing optional objectives. You also get an additional 50 marks for picking up your daily package (purple reward).

Note: This list is under construction. We are always playing through these STFs and will update this list as and when new STFs are released.

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Introduced in Season 6, Fleet Marks are a form of currency for projects in the Fleet Advancement System. Players who contribute to projects for their fleet holdings, e.g., the fleet starbase or embassy, are rewarded with 50 fleet creditsFleet Credits per mark (when no enhancements are present) (25 fleet creditsFleet Credits per mark for the Unload Surplus Fleet Marks project (with a duration of 5 minutes and 2000 fleet marks per slot of the project)).

Earning[]

There are several means through which Fleet Marks are earned.

PvE Queue-events[]

There are several Player vs Environment (PvE) group missions that allow players to earn Fleet Marks. Called "Events", they can be accessed via the PvE Queue at any time and require 5 players (15-20 players for Starbase Fleet Defense and Mine Trap) to fulfill certain map objectives. Each mission rewards up to a certain number of Fleet Marks, up to a maximum number, based on the team's performance during the mission. These missions are accessed through the PvE Queue, either in the form of a public match, or through setting up a private match.

They are similar to STF missions as they share similar aspects such as respawn timers and 30 minutes-replay cooldowns. However, some of them are faction locked, meaning that Federation and KDF players are unable to team up.

These rewards are increased by varying bonuses of Fleet Marks if these missions are played during the Bonus Marks Event, which runs several times a day.

Fleet action dailies[]

There is a daily mission for each classic fleet action which can be obtained from Lieutenant B'Mera for Klingon players and Admiral Grigori Yanishev for Federation players. It can be repeated every 20 hours and rewards 50 fleet Marks Fleet Marks.

Borg Invasion of Defera[]

Players are also able to earn Fleet Marks on top of the usual rewards given for the missions of the Borg Invasion of Defera. The number of marks earned is proportional to the listed mission difficulty. Medium missions have a 30 minute cooldown and hard missions have a 20 hour cooldown.

The [Easy], [Medium] and [Hard] missions reward 13, 35 and 60 fleet marks Fleet Marks, respectively. While the Fleet Marks Event is active, the amount is increased to 26, 70 and 80, respectively.

PvP Dailies[]

TBC

Other Missions[]

There are other non-PvE queue missions that reward Fleet Marks.

Items[]

Currently, the only item that rewards Fleet Marks is the Fleet Tribble. This was to be rewarded to players who participated during the Tribble Test Weekend for Season 6.

ItemsRewards
Fleet Tribble
Note: Available in Zen Store Items tab if you are eligible for one.
1 Fleet Marks per use
Max: 1 Fleet Marks per hour

File Commendation Report[]

See "Assignment: Commendation Report"

Spending[]

Fleet Marks are spendable through contributing to Fleet Starbase Projects. These are accessed through the Fleet Menu and are listed under Holdings.

References[]


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I'm trying to save up enough fleet credits to purchase a fleet Odyssey Cruiser, but I am about 130,000 short. What is the fastest way to get that many fleet credits.

Keep contributing to fleet projects. Dilithium is probably the best way.

Dilithium is the fastest way but returns only 1 Fleet Credit per refined Dilithium. Try also to contribute Fleet Marks, Commodities, Duty Officers, etc.

Btw, you may want to reconsider the "Fleet Odyssey". It is NOT an improvement of the C-Store Odyssey, but the "weaker" Version that was released at STO's 2nd Anniversary. Also, I believe it cannot be upgraded to T5-U.

The fastest way is dilithium unfortunately, but it does raise the question, as most of us don't sit on a huge stockpile of ore and don't spend hard earned zen on it, is there any other way to earn credits at a good rate without having to grind a lot?

In addition I have nearly 1000 fleet marks ready to turn in, but every week all the project fill up before I can use them. Is there any other way to possible use them?

What would be a good improvement then. Right now I have a bioship which is ok but i kinda want a fed ship

You can also get token called Fleet Credit Boost from exchange, you get 20% more on each contribution which is worth on long run. 
For example, you get 130,000 Credits for contributing something like 100,000 for real.

EDIT:
Oh, and as TP said, that ship is not worth of it if you have any T5U or T6 ship.

You should better start grinding EC and get yourself 4 Fleet Ship Modules for Fleet ship or Dilithium to convert to Zen and then buy C-store ship.

There is no fast way for either of those advice, unless you make it faster with real $$...

(02-09-2015, 07:47 PM)moltrase125 Wrote: [ -> ]I'm trying to save up enough fleet credits to purchase a fleet Odyssey Cruiser, but I am about 130,000 short. What is the fastest way to get that many fleet credits.

I've got to throw in my 2 cents...I have found that Fleet contributions are by far, the best way to get what you need.  I'm sitting on over 1,000,000 Fleet Credits, just from the past month or so.  Contributions to the Fleet also open up new purchasing opportunities for you.  (Unless your Fleet is maxed out, then you just buy, buy, buy!)  Personally, my method is the tried and true "grind."  I know it's cumbersome, but it seems to make things like buying an Embassy Console, or upgrading an array from 13 to 14, taste so much sweeter.  The other advantage of constantly grinding, is that you become a better Captain.  I wish you success in your endeavor!  Regards...Will

(02-10-2015, 12:34 PM)Munshower Wrote: [ -> ]I've got to throw in my 2 cents...I have found that Fleet contributions are by far, the best way to get what you need.  I'm sitting on over 1,000,000 Fleet Credits, just from the past month or so.  Contributions to the Fleet also open up new purchasing opportunities for you.  (Unless your Fleet is maxed out, then you just buy, buy, buy!)  Personally, my method is the tried and true "grind."  I know it's cumbersome, but it seems to make things like buying an Embassy Console, or upgrading an array from 13 to 14, taste so much sweeter.  The other advantage of constantly grinding, is that you become a better Captain.  I wish you success in your endeavor!  Regards...Will

If you are sitting on over a million Fleet Credits, then I suggest you buy Fleet Duty Officers, that are needed in your Fleet. I've been doing that for ages and contributed ressources worth of 32 million Fleet Credits over the last two years.

(02-10-2015, 12:43 PM)TacPaddy Wrote: [ -> ]If you are sitting on over a million Fleet Credits, then I suggest you buy Fleet Duty Officers, that are needed in your Fleet. I've been doing that for ages and contributed ressources worth of 32 million Fleet Credits over the last two years.

Thanks for the advice...I bought everything that I needed at Omega.  I didn't know that was an option.  You learn something new everyday...Greatly appreciated!

(02-10-2015, 12:54 PM)Munshower Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for the advice...I bought everything that I needed at Omega.  I didn't know that was an option.  You learn something new everyday...Greatly appreciated!

Just head to the Starbase and talk to the Personnel Officer in Ops. Hint: With some very, very rare exceptions you will only need Common Duty Officers. So choose carefully. You can buy random Careers for 500 FC or career-specific for 750 FC. With the current state of the Omega Fleet Holdings, I recommend buying random careers. That way, you cover more Fleet Holdings.

However, you should assign for R&D DOFFs to active Duty once to make them bound. Each time you are going to contribute Duty Officers, you recognize them by their blue / red Lock Icon. You don't want to contribute your R&D DOFFs, believe me. Wink

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