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Series: Starfleet Corps of Engineers, No. 12
Author(s): Scott Ciencin & Dan Jolley
Publication information
Published: eBook - January 2002
ISBN: ISBN 074342879X
Omnibus: Some Assembly Required

Contents

Introduction (blurb)

Keorga is a haven for artists and musicians, a place of contemplation and artistic appreciation. When their request for a planet-running computer is denied by Starfleet, they go elsewhere; unfortunately, the instruction manual is in a language they cannot understand.

A team from the U.S.S. da Vinci is brought in to help them, but soon they realize there's more to this than a simple translation problem. The computer seems to be running a test -- one that the Keorgans are failing! If the S.C.E. team can't get the information they need out of the recalcitrant Keorgans and figure out how to stop the rampaging computer, Keorga may well lie in ruins!

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Carol AbramowitzJohn CopperKieran DuffyBart FaulwellIna MarOrthakMadeline RobinsMontgomery ScottSolomanSongmin Wong

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Star Trek: Corps of Engineers stories and publications
eBooks The Belly of the BeastFatal ErrorHard CrashInterphaseCold FusionInvincibleThe Riddled PostHere There Be MonstersAmbushSome Assembly RequiredNo SurrenderCaveat EmptorPast LifeOathsFoundationsEnigma ShipWar StoriesWildfireHome FiresAge of UnreasonBalance of NatureBreakdownsAftermathIshtar RisingBuying TimeCollective HindsightThe DemonRing Around the SkyOrphansGrand DesignsFailsafeBitter MedicineSargasso SectorParadise InterruptedWhere Time Stands StillThe Art of the DealSpinCreative CouplingsSmall WorldMalefictorumLost TimeIdentity CrisisFables of the Prime DirectiveSecurityWoundsOut of the CocoonHonorBlackoutThe CleanupProgressThe Future BeginsEchoes of CoventryDistant Early Warning10 is Better Than 01Many SplendorsTurn the PageTroubleshootingThe LightThe Art of the ComebackSigns from HeavenGhostRemembrance of Things Past
Short stories "Field Expediency" • "An Easy Fast"
Omnibuses Have Tech, Will TravelMiracle WorkersSome Assembly RequiredNo SurrenderFoundationsWildfireBreakdownsAftermathGrand DesignsCreative CouplingsWoundsOut of the CocoonWhat's Past

Timeline

published order
Previous eBook:
Ambush
SCE eBooks Next eBook:
No Surrender
Previous story:
The Killing Shadows
First Star Trek story
Stories by:
Scott Ciencin

Dan Jolley
Next story:
Age of Unreason
Most recent Star Trek story
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Ashes to Ashes
Pocket Next Adventure:
Twilight
Part One
Previous Adventure:
Ambush
Voyages of the
USS da Vinci
Next Adventure:
No Surrender

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Some Assembly Required
(Broken Steel add-on)
location: Citadel
given by: Scribe Rothchild
reward: 100 caps and 25 XP per Camera
75 caps and 10 XP per Sensor Module
related: Who Dares Wins

Some Assembly Required refers to an unmarked and repeatable quest in the Fallout 3 add-on Broken Steel.

Scribe Rothchild, when asked how you can (further) help the Brotherhood, requests that you bring him Sensor Modules and old Cameras to help fix Liberty Prime.

Reward

This is only available after completing the quest, Who Dares Wins

Notes

  • Although Liberty Prime will not actually function again in Fallout 3, you can speak to his severed head to hear a distorted form of his anti-communist propaganda.
  • This quest offers the highest payout in caps and XP as far as repeatable quests go.
  • There are actually two Liberty Prime heads: one in the Citadel and one at the place of its destruction.
  • If you want to make a lot of Bottlecap Mines, you are better off just keeping your sensor modules. Of course you can also get unlimited Bottlecap mines by doing the glitch in the bugs section for Frag Grenades.

Bugs

  • Apparently, there's still a bug on the version for Xbox 360. When you attempt to give Scribe Rothchild the cameras, he will only say that he's glad you brought them. You won't get any caps or XP and the cameras will remain in your inventory. NOTE: This can be fixed by repeatedly offering him the cameras once more and/or waiting during the conversation for Scribe Rothchild to finish speaking.
    • Sometimes you have to wait about 4 seconds after exiting conversation for the camera to be removed and the caps to be added.
  • When having multiple followers and entering the vault where you find Fawkes it causes the other followers to die, but also can make Rothchild vanish from the Citadel.
Broken Steel (add-on)
The Citadel

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