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Published 2nd December 2019 by

Everything you need to know about where to find Jellyfish parts missions in Star Trek Fleet Command. Find every single part to build the Jellyfish without spending out hard earned cash.
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The Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish is a scout ship that's from another dimension. In the Star Trek world, it is said to have been piloted by Ambassador Spock on his mission to save Romulus.

The Jellyfish is a hugely powerful ship which can be used by low-level players as well as higher levels. It does not have a shipyard requirement meaning, in theory, it can be build from level 1.

The Jellyfish can be purchased via an in-app purchase (which is around £65 at the time of writing) or you can grind away at missions to acquire enough blueprints to start construction. If you don't fancy spending £65 for the in-app purchase then here is a complete list of all the missions and events that give the required 75 blueprint parts for the Jellyfish.

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

The first mission can be found in a low-level system which you are sent to during the storyline missions. You will be sent to scout out several systems to relocate your base. One of these will have a mission called "Corsair" which for me was in the level 10 system "Jobuy". This gives the first 5 parts for the Jellyfish. In this mission, you are required to locate and destroy the corsair leader. The target is a 1927 strength interceptor. Upon completion of this mission, you will get your first 5 Jellyfish parts.

For the next missions, head to Rigel as almost all the planets have missions with Jellyfish parts. Just note that some missions can only be accepted upon completion of other missions.

From Rigel you can use the table below which lists all the Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish missions, systems and planets in which you can find the rest of the 25 Jellyfish parts from missions.

MissionDescriptionSystem CoordsPlanetNumber of Parts
CorsairDestroy the CorsairVarious level 10 systems, e.g. DignamJobuy5
RegimentCarry out the Rigellian bounty against Takret MailtiaEojur (11)Eowixol1
Interrogation ChamberAssist the Starfleet officer in finding his kidnapped crew member.Eojur (11)Eowixol2
Crossed BladesDefeat the Takrat leader, PolsikNelve (12)Lefomio1
InsurgentsNow that Arvent is officially the Orion Boss, Hemtak's loyal followers have mounted their retaliation against the new Syndicate leaders.
This mission is the last part of the chain starting, I think, with "Guilty by association". Look at mission rewards and chose to aid Arvent when given the choice.
Orion (12)Orion1
The WarbandAssist the Nausicaan Warband. Defeat 8 Pakled ships in the Rigel system. Mission is slightly misleading, there are no Pakled ships in Rigel, just hit any hostiles of that level in Rigel.Rigel (13)Rigel X2
EncroachmentFight back against the Nausicaan Outlaws swarming the Rigel system.Rigel (13)Rivel VI3
Smugglers RunA Rigellian Merchant requires a courier for his shipment of intoxicating beverages from the black market on Orion Prime.Rigel (13)Rigel V1
LurkerAn opportunistic raider has been preying on mining ships in Deneva. You must destroy an Interceptor with 11,529 strength.Deneva (15)Madia3
Wise InvestmentHelp an entrepreneur fund his latest venture by mining some Tritanium.Vindemiatrix (15)Oltana1
The Settling NomadWard off the Boslic hostiles and protect Ghovik.Gelvin (19)Debet3
Chain BreakerDestroy the ships belonging to the Orion SlaverOpla (20)Zarri Goma1

Other parts can be obtained from rare events, such as "Mirror, Mirror" and "Broken Mirror".

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

Other events that the Jellyfish parts can be obtained from include the "Domination" events if you are high enough level, but below level 20.

Finally, you can buy 25 parts or the full 75 parts from the store during events. The cost of these is £19.99 and £64.99 at the time of writing.

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide

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11 thoughts on “Star Trek Fleet Command Jellyfish Parts Mission Guide
  • 31st December 2020 at 11:20 pm

    You have to be level 12 before you can build and use the jelly

  • 19th December 2020 at 1:04 am

    The mirror mirror and broken mirror mission have 0 prints in them I bought them with the latest event currency and was very disappointed that this post saying that those missions give prints is FALSE info. Booooo

  • 9th November 2020 at 5:24 pm

    I think this will help everybody, here is an interactive map for the star trek star system. you can lookup star systems to find what you need by resources and more. https://stfcpro.com/

  • 30th May 2020 at 1:49 pm

    Also note that some missions that state reward unknown include parts as have gotten 24 parts from missions so far and 25 from an event. Good luck everyone  :) 

  • 5th May 2020 at 4:12 pm

    Added the numbers and it’s only 24 parts, probably just a typing error.

  • 17th April 2020 at 7:59 am

    These missions only give you 15 blueprints. I was expecting a full list. This is a disappointing guide

    • Tim Trott
      22nd April 2020 at 9:10 am

      The missions give a total of 25 blueprints. The other 50 you need to get from events

      • 26th May 2020 at 4:38 pm

        How to start this events , just saying

      • Tim Trott
        1st June 2020 at 9:09 am

        These are server events. They occur at specific times during the year, I think they are annual. Mirror Mirror and Broken Mirror (for me at least) occured in November 2019

    • 4th May 2020 at 1:42 pm

      I count 24...why 15? lol

      But helpfull info:
      Which server?

      Position will be the same on all server.
      But names change on servers.  :-( 

      Is there a list/maps that helps to 'convert' your great info-list?

    • 8th January 2021 at 7:27 pm

      I found 25 blue prints the names used hear was not the same as in my sistem but it got the job done when i only tiped i the 1st 2 letters so thanks it 2020 Nov and there was an event miror miror i did not know that i could win blue prints so i never even did the event but got it throu using event points/rewards to buy/win blueprints


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