Star Trek Fleet Command

Star Trek Fleet Command: How to Get the New North Star Ship

Shortly after release, Scopely released the much-loved North Star ship to Star Trek Fleet Command. Those who’ve always dreamed of being commander of this ship were in real luck.

However, those that only have a passing interest in Star Trek will also want to get their hands on this ship, as it’s especially good at mining G3 materials. Star Trek Fleet Command is all about that mining.

Mining resources makes up a huge chunk of the experience, as it allows you to upgrade your ship. That allows you, in turn, to mine better materials and fight tougher enemies.

In this guide, we’re going to detail exactly what you have to do to get the North Star ship. We’ll also provide a few tips and tricks to help you get the most of it.

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What is the North Star in Star in Star Trek Fleet Command?

The North Star is a very famous ship in the Star Trek universe, and it recently became available in Fleet Command.

This ship is particularly good at mining G3 materials, which it can do so at a faster rate than other ships. That’s good news for those that get a kick out of gathering resources.

How do I Get it?

The North Star costs 90 blueprints, a mission reward that lets you unlock new ships.

That’s actually a pretty expensive ship, as most missions only reward you with up to three blueprints on completion.

You’ll want to head to level 18 galactic systems, which have at least two missions available in them. There are a fair few in Neutral Space, including Lorillia, Kaikara, Freyda, Kitomer, and Krah’Hor.

It’s also worth checking out systems elsewhere for missions. Once you’ve picked a spot, head on over to the rewards section and look specifically for missions that have +3 rewards.

While this doesn’t guarantee you a blueprint, it gives you the highest chance of earning one.

Sooner or later you’ll earn enough Blueprints to unlock the North Star. It’s going to take some time, so just accept that going in and you’ll have a better time.