Just in case you missed the memo or didn't realize it -- because I honestly didn't until today -- tomorrow is Friday the 13th. With that in mind, it seems kind of appropriate that the Star Trek Online team would bring back the horror story mini-mission, Hearts and Minds.
Hearts and Minds takes on the topic of what happens when research efforts go awry. It's a story in one arc, set in a lunar research station in the Donatu Sector of the Eta Eridani block. Players level 11 or above can obtain this mission by hailing Franklin Drake (Federation and Allies) or K'Men (Klingons and Allies).
The mission can be finished fairly quickly, meaning players can easily knock it out on several characters and obtain the special rewards. (I'm not 100% sure on what the rewards are, but the STO Wiki says something about a zombie dance emote.)
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