Welcome aboard the USS Exeter!
This sim has lofty goals. We want to blend the old philosophical elements of Star Trek into the Nu Trek universe as well as create new and exciting stories of our own that go somewhat against the grain yet remain true to what the core concepts of what is truly at the heart of Star Trek.
If this sounds exciting to you and it inspires you to participate then please explore the site and feel free to join up!
Latest News Items
Posted on Mon Mar 6th, 2017 @ 5:19pm by Captain Michael Stuart in General News
If the crew wish to continue, please reply via PM or the skype channel.
Apologies for the long absence.
Posted on Mon Aug 29th, 2016 @ 6:55pm by Captain Michael Stuart in General News
If you have Skype please PM me your info so I can add you to the Exeter group so we can talk about plotting and overall story progression.
Posted on Sun Aug 28th, 2016 @ 9:18am by Captain Michael Stuart in General News
The issue with posting should be resolved. We are free to resume posting.
Posted on Sun Aug 28th, 2016 @ 7:10am by Captain Michael Stuart in General News
For the new people who don't know how to join in, have you thought about playing as survivors? In that way you can integrate with the people who are posting and start character building.
Just a thought.
Posted on Sat Aug 27th, 2016 @ 3:56pm by Captain Michael Stuart in General News
There seems to be an issue with mission posts, however Log entries are working. I've contacted the site creator and the issue will be looked into.
For the people who've joined but haven't posted, please start posting. Even if it's just a log entry. It would be great to hear from you.
If there are any other issues, please notify me at once.
Latest Mission Posts
Time had been bought, corners and shortcuts had been employed and Lieutenant Commander Rita Paris had begun to believe that the Exeter might just ride out her entire refit here in the Castor shipyards without being rushed back out to space. She hadn’t had to cancel leaves, she hadn’t had…
“Rita, I’m afraid I have to recall what’s left of shore leave.” Michael began gently. “Recall every crewman nearby to report within twelve hours. Also, get a precise estimate from Mr. Ragez about the warp engines, Lieutenant Marcus should have left things in good standing. We may be returning to…
“Because I am running on a very tight schedule. Yes, I understand that we are not your only concern, Commander... yes, I realize... yessir. I’ll be right over,” Lieutenant Commander Rita Paris snapped the communicator closed with an irritated sigh. Of course he couldn’t spare fifteen minutes for her to…
The guests had left, leaving Abigail and Michael to clean the house before they would depart. It was an uneventful handful of days for Michael to which he was relieved. He was glad to bond with the crew as well as have some alone time. Last night Michael had got…
“Right, so, okay, new subject. How’s your department, how’s your crew, how are you finding the exeter and how goes the refit?” Having veered much further into uncomfortable territory Paris steered the conversation back to safer topics.
“The department is quite good. They seem to work well together...and they carry…
Latest Personal Logs
Posted on Mon Nov 28th, 2016 @ 4:26pm by Captain Michael Stuart
Due to the recents of out last 'adventure', I've given the crew time off for shore leave. Many are spending it with loved ones they haven't seen in months. Family can be more important than it seems when you're months, perhaps years away out in the…
Posted on Fri Nov 18th, 2016 @ 2:26am by Lieutenant Commander Amaan Ragez
The Mayflower has officially docked at Starbase Lexington. All of my things are being offloaded and transferred to the Exeter as we speak. My engineering staff threw a surprise "going away" party last night, which was a very touching gesture. I have a feeling that Lieutenant Kolesnikov will be shaking…
Posted on Wed Sep 28th, 2016 @ 12:36am by Captain Michael Stuart
The Exeter has departed Starbase 23. Our eight day route will take us right to the last known coordinates of the fallen USS Columbia. I am unsure about what we may find there, but I make no allusions that we will like what we see. If we…
Posted on Sat Sep 24th, 2016 @ 6:32pm by Captain Michael Stuart
It appears that the events that we left six months prior have returned to haunt us once again. However due to recent actions I'm forced to investigate matters of a shadowy nature that may have direct links to high officials within Starfleet Command. What's worse is…
Posted on Wed Sep 21st, 2016 @ 6:48pm by Captain Michael Stuart
The USS Exeter is currently en route to the Beta Persei system where we will be spending weeks on exploration and hopeful scientific discovery. I think, concerning past events we've done a fine job of salvaging the reputation of the Exeter. Now we can begin...again with…