The year is 2296. The U.S.S. America NCC-1776-A is the last of the Constitution-class line of starships. Under the command of Captain Kelly Jean O’Connor, the ship helps form the backbone of the infrastructure of the United Federation of Planets and Starfleet.
What do you get when you cross Firefly with Star Trek? You get the USS Horizon! Horizon is the ship that was briefly mentioned as lost in “A Piece of the Action,” in the Original Series of Star Trek. Horizon was lost in 2168 shortly after departing Sigma Iotia II but not destroyed as Kirk assumed. Horizon was transported to another galaxy (far, far away – OK, there’s no Star Wars in this game).
Horizon starts in a time when the United Federation of Planets is very new, just after the Earth-Romulan War. This is a time of optimism and exploration. However, when it is lost, Horizon is damaged and looking for resources and allies. The Captain, Gary Alexander, has privately given up on any chance of returning home but for the sake of the morale of the crew, continues to assert that they are searching for a way back.
The USS Legacy, a ship that was reconstructed from the remnants of ships that had been destroyed by Nero at Vulcan (now a black hole). Legacy is one of the new Constitution class starships and is set to launch on July 4, 2261. With much of the fleet having been destroyed at Vulcan and the top brass having been injured or killed by Khan, Starfleet is in dire need of recruits. Many officers are either inexperienced or are being brought out of the classroom to fill in the personnel gap. Legacy is no exception. Its Captain, Cynthia Lynette Jackson, is a mere 30 years old. Starfleet teachers are returning to the field. And there are ensigns galore, all over the ship.
This is our five year mission to seek out new life and to boldly go where no one has gone before!
Early 2388 saw Vice Admiral Anin relocate Task Force 93’s headquarters from Faltan Station to Providence Shipyards. This change left Faltan Station surplus to requirements. A small administrative team was left in part of the station with the rest of the station being shutdown as it was no longer required.
Over the course of 2388 and the beginning of 2389 saw a change in power in both the Klingon and Romulan Empires. The Sovereignty Of Kahless grew larger and is close to pushing the Klingon High Council into Civil War. The Free Romulan Movement has also gained momentum in the last year, solidifying the Romulan Government at Rator III to combat the emerging threat to their empire.
With this in mind, Starfleet felt a presence along the eastern edge of the Raeyan Transit Corridor was once again needed.
However, after a terrorist attack, the planetary station has been rendered uninhabitable. The recently promoted Commander M’Mira, has evacuated everyone to an incomplete StarBase that has been named for the defunct planetary station. The crew is in the process of determining who survived and building the station.
Do you think you have what it takes to help get Faltan Station back to its former glory?
The ISS Bismarck is one of 13 Constitution class star ships that are tasked with expanding the Empire and maintaining order and terror for the Emperor. Join today and help to secure tomorrow for the Terran Empire! Long Live The EMPIRE!
ISS Yamato is a Galaxy Class Terran Battleship set in the Kelvin Mirror Universe in the year 2369. Yamato is one of the Terran Fleet’s most modern and powerful Battleships. She is tasked with various assignments from quelling opposition to the empire to expanding and invading into neighboring territory.
Unlike other Mirror Universe Sims, the Yamato is set in a future Kelvin Mirror Universe, a time and universe that has yet to have any thing written about it. Yamato is to be the first story of this universe following the ISS Kelvin’s destruction at the hands of Nero and Kirk’s destruction of the Narada with the ISS Enterprise NCC-1701. If you’re into a darker themed Star Trek, this is the place for you.
This sim takes place in the Delta quadrant, at the beginning of Starfleet’s exploration initiative for the Delta by a Task Force of 10 starships. Their base of operations will be the asteroid colony of the Talaxians Voyager encountered prior to getting home. The Task Force arrives and we will assist with their move to a new world as our first mission. This sim will be following up on most of the Voyager series episodes and exploring what may be the current state of the Delta quadrant after Voyager’s influence.
The Federation Council is interested in learning about the state of affairs going on in Delta since Voyager’s return to the Federation 20 years ago. The council wants to form diplomatic ties including trading pacts with those races Voyager had successful First Contact with. The second primary reason the council authorised this mission is to fix all the issues Voyager’s crew caused and maybe investigate the Borg Collective’s current status and activities since Voyager’s report of destroying the unacomplex that housed the Queen and one of six Transwarp hubs on their way back to Earth.
Along with the Federation Expeditionary Task Force, a small Merchant Marine and Colonial convoy would initiate all the trading side of things while Starfleet will be supervising and working towards diplomatic relations while the rest of the explorer purposed starships in the group survey the unknown and re-evaluate the known space Voyager passed through.
Caelian takes place in the year is 2390. One year after Starfleet returned to Hawkeye Island, we find Commander Matthew Alexander still in command. As he is sitting behind his desk reading morning reports, he receives a message from Starfleet Command. The ship his younger brother served on as Executive Officer has been declared missing with all hands in the Shankleton Expanse. Sadness feels Matt but he soon receives a communication directly from Vice Admiral Yewande Banda. He is being summoned to Providence Shipyards for a reassignment. There he learns that he has been promoted to Captain and assigned as the commanding officer for the new USS Caelian, Vesta class starship. The USS Caelian is equip with Quantum Slipstream Drive, High Resolution Sensors, Cetacean Operations, an Advanced Sickbay, and secondary warp reactor. Soon he assembles his crew and starts out on a shakedown cruise which will take them to Faltan Station. Enroute, Matt receives a communication about the possible whereabouts of the missing USS Shanghai, but time is running out and the information will run cold soon. Matt must make a decision whether to follow orders or use the Caelian’s QSD to travel to the location and investigate.
Step through the doors of the Vihara Guild where adventure, heroism and gold awaits you. The Vihara Guild is a unique simming role playing game like no other. Based largely off of Isekai Anime series such as Goblin Slayer, Konasuba and Log Horizon as well as other popular fantasy genres such as Dungeon & Dragons and Lord of the Rings.
Dungeons and Dragons
Imagine living your nice ordinary life. You could be a college student, an administrative assistant, a politician, a lawyer, a doctor, a sanitary engineer, or anything else you could imagine in modern society. However, you have one passion: You play a video game called Blood and Insanity.
One day, you are playing and a special kill quest is announced. Servers, discords, and chat boards everywhere are buzzing with the impossibility of the quest. Nonetheless, you cannot shy away from it. You have to try it. You and select others have faced off against a pit fiend. However, when you went for the killing blow, something strange happened. Your game controls died. Your screen went blank. Moments later, there was an electrical discharge and you black out.
When you awake, you find yourself in the body of the character that you created for Blood and Insanity. The world that you see resembles that from Blood and Insanity. Are you in the game? Are you alive? Are you dead? How do you get back home?
This game is played through Discord and World Anvil.