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  1. Please welcome our newest Academy graduates to the UFOP: StarBase 118 fleet: Airik Tierney, Martin Oliver, along with returning members Ferier Kian and Paul Sleeford! The post New Academy Graduates appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  2. HECATE — The USS Veritas has prevented a mysterious rogue planet from heading to the Sol system, its ultimate purpose still unknown. With Captain Rahman on personal leave and First Officer Sky Blake still recovering from recent surgery, the Starfleet cruiser USS Veritas was placed under temporary command of Second Officer Jansen Orrey. Lt. Commander Orrey and the Veritas crew were tasked with tracking a rogue planet known as Hecate as it was heading from Cardassian space into Federation territory. The rogue planet was somehow warp capable as it slipped in and out of subspace. “Tracking that thing was like a game of cat and mouse,” said Crewman Tasnim Shandres, an engineering technician aboard Veritas. “As soon as we thought we had it, it suddenly jumped into warp. An entire planet gone like that in a flash, if you can believe it!” The crew soon discovered that the ship’s own warp field had attracted the rogue planet towards them. The Veritas crew placed the ship in orbit of the planet. An away team led by acting First Officer Wil Ukinix beamed to the surface to explore the ruins while the crew on the ship analyzed the data. When the planet jumped back into subspace and started heading towards the Sol System, the crew had to quickly find a way to get off the planet. The away team managed to make contact with an alien life form and convince it that they were not a threat. The alien, believed to be Menthar in origin, told the away team to leave as Veritas was decaying in orbit, and it changed the course of the planet away from Sol. They were then retrieved by another team from Veritas who had teamed up with Dr. Renia Lenai, a scientist on a civilian craft that had also been tracking the planet. Records show that a person named Dr. Lenai was previously associated with the terrorist organization known as the Maquis Reborn. “I have no comment on if there is any connection there,” said Commander Jarrus of Starfleet Security. “What I can tell you is that because of the Veritas crew, an emergency was dealt with, and enough data to keep scientists busy for years was brought back.” After the successful completion of her mission, the USS Veritas returned to Cait Spacedock for repair and shore leave. Written by Roshanara Rahman The post Warp-capable rogue planet diverted away from Sol System appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  3. Resounding congratulations to Brian, the writer behind Geoffrey Teller, for smashing the Writing Challenge 2020 with a superb win! Not only the first entry the challenge received but also a beautifully written story “Lullaby” of an officer facing a difficult situation and a heartwarming encounter to leave a tear in the eye. This is the first Writing Challenge done since 2014, so this is a special congratulations extended to him! Matt, the writer behind Addison MacKenzie, had this to say about the piece: “I’ve served with Teller in various capacities for my entire length of service – as colleagues on the Veritas, as acting first officer on the Diligent, and now as senior officers on the Thor. In that time, I’ve gotten to know the Teller character quite intimately as well as his background – the presumed loss of his parents was initially a small detail to Brian, but it played a major role in one of our missions together on the Veritas when it was actually discovered that his father had survived. Getting to watch Teller work through that realization and then explain it to his sister Sarah (whom I wrote for) made for quite remarkable characterization. Now, in this piece of short writing, its interesting to see how Teller transformed into a wide-eyed, innocent projection of his childhood-self as he interacts with his mother. This piece was a compelling demonstration of the Teller’s humanity as we watch him confront [what he thinks is] his mother, their interactions and attempted reconciliation.” Our runner-up is Quinten, writer for Pholin Duyzer, recently returned to our community following a brief absence and scoops up this badge for his story “Time to Move On”, which sees the Denobulan officer return to his family home and battle through rough waters. A most excellent story and a compelling narrative glimpse into Pholin’s life at home and how his career has faired in between the time away. Well done, Quinten! All entries into the challenge were excellent, and each one deserves a slice of the praise! Thank you for submitting your entries, letting us into the worlds of your characters brought into the spotlight, and for giving us a glimpse of what goes on behind the characters we see. For the winner, runner-up and judges, they are in receipt of one of the following badges! Considering the wild success of this challenge, we plan to continue the tradition in yearly challenges. We look forward to more amazing entries next spring! Please drop by the forums to offer these writers, and all our entrants, your congratulations! The post Winner of Writing Challenge 2020! appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  4. YSDYEN NEBULA — The USS Thor (NCC-82607), now under the command of Fleet Captain Aron Kells, races across the quadrant to investigate a two-hundred-year-old mystery in a momentous change for the officers and enlisted personnel who long called Duronis II their home. “I am honoured to take on the command of the Thor.” Fleet Captain Kells, recently returned to duty, celebrated the successful completion of the Embassy’s mission. “I have long applauded the Federation mission to Duronis II and am delighted that it has resulted in the Laudeans’ conditional approval for Federation membership.” Retasked by Starfleet Command, the crew have transferred to the Thor full time and have already embarked on their first mission to the Ysdyen Nebula, long considered a nearly impassable navigational hazard. The Vesta class Thor is one of the few ships in the fleet capable of withstanding the harsh conditions that the nebula is known for, and the crew is preparing for the difficult environment. “With the help of Major Hannibal Parker, we have prepared the shields to adjust to the frequencies of the major ion distortions so that we can pass through them.” Reached for comment in Main Engineering, newly minted Acting Chief Engineer Ensign Sirok explained, visibly holding back emotion. “To improve the speed of frequency change during this time the tactical computer has been dedicated exclusively to this task. In addition, to reduce the shocks caused by the distortions, simulations have been made to carry out a controlled overload on the inertial dampers.” The Thor is now responding to reports of a faint subspace distress call, picked up by long-range Federation monitoring stations. There is a strong belief that the distress call originates from the Vel Maijan colony, lost over 200 years ago in 2159. The colony’s disappearance, along with that of its entire solar system, is a mystery that has long puzzled everyone from sex investigators to the Federation’s top minds. More on this story as it develops. Written by Geoffrey Teller The post Under New Command, USS Thor Investigates Ysdyen Nebula appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  5. The title of this column is “Lower Decks,” hearkening back to the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode titled “Lower Decks,” in which junior officers aboard the Enterprise-D speculate on the reasons for recent unusual actions taken by the command crew near the Cardassian border. We’re here with another interview with a newer member of our community: the writer behind Ensign Alieth, who is playing a Vulcan female medical officer assigned to the USS Thor. SHAYNE: Tell us a little bit about the writer behind the character- where in the world do you hail from? ALIETH: Hi, Shayne! I greet you from a small town in the Spanish mountains! My name is Andrea and I’m a little more expressive than my character (laughs). In real life I’m a freelancer and I work mostly in design and illustration. You play a medical officer- a role I’ve always found a bit tricky! What drew you to that profession? In fact, when I applied to join the 118, I tried to assume the role of science officer. However, there was another colleague at the Academy who was applying for the same position, so I was re-assigned as a doctor. Actually, I had a lot of fun with that, since the combination of Vulcan stoicism and a doctor’s concern for her patients is such a wonderful balance to portray. So, once I graduated from the Academy, I was encouraged to adopt the medical career and I was happy to accept it. I must also admit that I’ve always loved medical shows and that the EMH and McCoy are two of my favourite characters on Star Trek, so it’s certainly a position I’ve embraced with enthusiasm. Who doesn’t want the chance to say “I’m a doctor, not a…” from time to time? What would you say are the most challenging and rewarding parts of playing a medical officer? In my personal case, writing a Doctor and a Vulcan at the same time, the challenges are double. On the one hand, maintaining convenient bedside manners with the blunt Vulcan honesty is a real challenge. Vulcans are tough characters to interact with, as they can easily be read as unfriendly and not very cooperative. Couple that with someone who really WANTS to help (as a doctor) and you have an interesting but tricky mix. However, I’ve always liked challenges, so that’s something that makes the character and the narrative more appealing for me. On the other hand, as I said, I am not a doctor, and although I have relatives that are doctors and an interest in fiction on the subject, many times I find myself researching things I have little idea about, such as internal anatomy, chemistry, surgical techniques, etc. This increases the time it usually takes me to write a SIM. Couple that with the fact that I write in a language that is different from my native one, and the increase in time per SIM can be exponential! However, this also allows me to learn many different subjects which gives an added value to the whole experience. Many of our members have certain goals in the group; some even aim for the captaincy some day! Do you have any goals you’re looking to achieve? Who doesn’t ever dream of being the captain of their own ship? (laughs) However, it is something I still see quite far away and my main goal consists in telling stories with my fellow writers and helping others to tell theirs in this utopian future we all share. If that leads me to the captaincy… it will be quite welcomed! Nevertheless, I haven’t set any real goals for the moment, just have fun. On the other hand, Starbase 118 offers me the opportunity to be creative on a visual level in different ways than I am in my job, which is always a plus for me. I would like to continue exploring this facet with all the colleagues of the Image Collective Is this your first collaborative writing experience? Not at all! I have been in several collaborative writing environments, mainly in Spanish and closer to role-playing. I think this has given me several useful skills that I am using in the 118. Especially an interest in moving the plot as a group, not as an individual. Lastly, you’ve been with the group for a few months now- if you could give advice to yourself when you were just starting out, what would it be? My main recommendation is that they should not be shy, that they engage in the community with enthusiasm, that they would not be afraid to ask questions, that they would interact with their mentors, with their senior officers and with older members of the group. The best thing I have found so far is the tightly knitted community and being involved in it and meeting all its members, newcomers or veterans alike and learning from them makes the experience incredible. Eventually we are people from all over the world connecting behind our screens with each other and it is wonderful that this allows us to get closer to very different worlds thanks to a common interest. Thank you for your time, Ensign! You can find more about Ensign Alieth on the wiki. The post Lower Decks Interview: Ens. Alieth, Thor appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  6. When you mention ships of the Trekverse, the one everyone remembers is the Enterprise; the beautiful vessel that has captured the hearts and imaginations of the audience and the crew through years of successive storytelling. In the series, where space flight could be perilous, encounters with enemies more so, and hosting everyday life on board, the ships of the line became as recognisable in the shows as the characters themselves. You’d be hard-pressed to find a Star Trek fan who can’t identify the sleek lines of the Galaxy class on sight, or punch the air when the Sovereign class makes that famed strafing run against the Borg. However, there are the unsung heroes of the Starfleet ship catalogue in the smaller ships; those with a smaller crew, designed for a specific purpose, and perform their role within the universe perfectly. This broad range of starships includes vessels designed for war the Federation didn’t plan for, scientific vessels with limited weapons capabilities, ships solely for transport and supply, or for scouting in areas larger ships would be detected. In a universe where space vessels make up the primary settings for our characters, encounters, and stories, having a ship which suits the tale you want to tell is paramount. So, this week, we want to know if any of these ships have captured your interest and your imagination. Have you had dreams of sailing around the galaxy doing all the science in your Oberth class, opted for the cloak and dagger aspects of a Saber class, or would you be interested in running search and rescue missions in a Defiant? Which of these smaller ship classes has ever piqued your interest? Click here to head to the forums now and vote in this week’s poll. Be sure to leave a comment in the thread! The post Poll of the Week: Small Ships Packing a Punch appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  7. Featured articles are considered the best our community’s wiki has to offer, as determined by our editors. We use them as examples for writing other articles. Our featured article system is returning after inactivity since 2010, and we are pleased to bring fantastic pages created by our user base to the attention of the wider community. The system is loosely based on Wikipedia Featured Articles, where users support, oppose, and comment on nominations. You can nominate any page on 118Wiki — including pages you’ve created yourself! The content of a featured article should be of a standard where it can be displayed as high quality examples for other users developing articles of a similar theme. They should be: Well-written, comprehensive and accurate. Have images, and other media where they are appropriate to the subject, with succinct captions. Include links to other articles where appropriate. Be of appropriate length, staying focused on the primary topic without going into unnecessary detail. Nominations for featured articles are open indefinitely, and can be promoted to featured article status when three wiki users (including yourself!) support the article. Do you know of an article that deserves more attention? Nominate your favourite articles here! The post Nominate a featured article on the wiki appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  8. RINGWORLD, AAVARO WILDS — After a difficult and somewhat unorthodox mission to repair the structure known as Ringworld, the starship Eagle has been decommissioned. Efforts to repair the enormous Nivian Ring were complicated by an array of unusual and remarkable occurrences, culminating in the realization that Starfleet vessels had been in the area before. A disguised first contact exploration team beamed to the surface quickly discovered the remains of an Oberth class ship, which had been converted into a temple or holy ground by the nearby inhabitants. Power signatures from within the temple began to disrupt the entire habitable section of the Ring, leading to ground tremors that caused considerable damage to the Ring itself, and its inhabitants. Fortunately, however, repairs were completed as suggested by the Eagle’s chief science officer, Lieutenant Commander Quentin Collins, and the away team was able to secure the area while reducing the unnecessary loss of life. Data taken from the tricorders of the away team and the sensors of the USS Eagle (NCC-74659) is still under investigation. In light of these events, Rear Admiral Mary Christopher of Starfleet Command has proposed an investigation into the incident. “While the command staff of the Eagle has Starfleet’s full support, discrepancies in the conduct of certain officers is concerning. I hope to commission a board of inquiry regarding this matter so that the full picture may be presented.” Amidst efforts to repair the native inhabitants’ village and rescue its people without the use of modern medical or mechanical equipment, the newly commissioned Federation starship USS Juneau (NX-99801), under the provisional command of Ambassador Kalianna Nicholotti, set a course for the Nivian Ring to meet with the Eagle. The Eagle’s captain, senior staff and crew will move to the Regent-class Juneau and will be supplemented by nearly six hundred other crew members. Now entering a period of rest and reorganization, the new crew of the Juneau is looking forward to a camping trip on Ringworld and an awards ceremony. Written by Randal Shayne The post Eagle Crew Transitions To New Starship In Wake Of Unusual Rescue Mission appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  9. Every year, we take time to celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of our members. This is a core tradition that was started in 1996, just two years after our group was founded, and has continued every year since then. Here’s how it works: You nominate your fellow community members for awards that will honor their hard work and achievements in simming and OOC participation over the last year. Members of the staff will review your nominations and select the best ones for the ceremony. In late June, we’ll start our annual awards ceremony, a multi-day event to present the awards to the winners and recognize all of their hard work. Ready to get started? Click here to open the award nomination panel. You’ll find full instructions, including a link to a list of all the awards and their descriptions. Here are a few things to keep in mind about nominations: Duty Post, Special, and Staff awards are given to only one officer per year in the entire fleet. Only one person per crew can receive each of the General awards in each ceremony. You can find a list of past recipients on the wiki in the Hall of Honor. Remember that some awards were created relatively recently, so there may be only a few recipients for those awards. Don’t forget that your Commanding Officer also does a lot of hard work behind the scenes to keep the fleet and the community running. Our staff are not paid for their work, and it is their endless hours of devotion that keep things going smoothing. Keep this in mind as you are submitting your nominations and consider nominating your Commanding Officer for an award as well! We rely on each and every member of the fleet to submit nominations so we can recognize the best members of our community who are putting in the time and effort to make this a fun place to be. So we need your help! If you don’t nominate your peers and mentors for awards, they won’t get recognized. We want to encourage everyone to be really free with their nominations – there’s no penalty in putting in a nomination that doesn’t ultimately get the award. But ships that have fewer nominations tend to end up having fewer award winners – so don’t be shy! Multiple nominations from members of a ship for any given award can help send a signal to reviewers that a certain person is really deserving, but also one really great nomination can be the deciding factor for someone to win an award. If you have any questions, talk to your Commanding Officer or First Officer, or head into the chatroom’s #awards2020 channel to ask other members. Click here to start your award nominations now! Nominations close on Wednesday, June 10 at 11:45pm Pacific time. The post Award nominations open for 2020 ceremony appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  10. Join us in the chat room for our monthly OOC chat today (Sunday, May 17th) at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern / 6pm London / 3am+1 Sydney (AUS). (See your timezone here.) Click here to join the chat on Discord. It’s fun and easy, and only takes a minute to get set up if you’ve never signed up on before. Our monthly chats are a place to meet other members of the fleet, catch up on current fleet events, share stories, and talk about Star Trek. Especially if you’ve never attended a chat before, we hope you’ll participate this month! The post It’s time to chat! Join us today for our monthly fleetwide party appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  11. Star Trek fans (including members of UFOP: StarBase 118) rejoiced after CBS officially announced the upcoming series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, which will feature the adventures of Captain Pike, Number One, and Mr. Spock aboard the USS Enterprise. Strange New Worlds is the latest addition to the expanding library of new Trek shows on the network’s streaming service CBS All Access. In a video released on Twitter yesterday, actors Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn, and Ethan Peck expressed their gratitude to the outpouring of fan support and demand for a new series based on their characters after their popular reception on season two of Star Trek: Discovery. “You asked, we listened. It’s happening,” said Peck, who plays a younger iteration of Spock, the half-human, half-Vulcan science officer aboard the USS Enterprise. While reception to the newest shows Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard has varied widely among fans, the reintroduction of the Captain Pike character on Discovery was met with overwhelming praise. Paralleling the efforts of fans half a century ago to avert the threat of the original series’ cancellation with a massive letter-writing campaign to the network, the possibility of a new Pike-centered series was energized from enthusiastic fan response, with executive producer Alex Kurtzman telling The Hollywood Reporter in April 2019 that “the fans have been heard.” “We’re gonna get to work on a classic Star Trek show that deals with optimism and the future,” promised Anson Mount in yesterday’s video announcement. Mount, most well-known previously for his role as Cullen Bohannon in the AMC western drama Hell on Wheels, will return in Strange New Worlds as Captain Christopher Pike, the man who commanded the Enterprise a decade before Captain Kirk of the original 1960s Star Trek television series. Anson Mount made a lasting impression on fans with his portrayal of Captain Pike in Star Trek: Discovery. Describing the upcoming show as “classic Star Trek” could be a clue, along with its title, that it will return to a more episodic style of storytelling and morality plays familiar to those who grew up on the original series or the Star Trek: The Next Generation era of spinoffs. However, no further details about Strange New Worlds or when it will go into production have been announced yet. Still, immediate fan reaction was overwhelmingly positive, including among the members of the UFOP: StarBase 118 RPG community from across the globe. “Am I excited?” responded Deliera, a member from Australia who writes for Sky Blake, first officer of the USS Veritas. “You bet your Vulcan mind I’m excited!” “OHMAGAWD,” said Nathaniel, a member from the United Kingdom who writes for Thalas th’Koro on the USS Atlantis, before his universal translator exploded. “A series with Captain Pike? Yes, please,” said Andrea, a member from Spain who writes for Alieth on the USS Thor. “How the writers have scripted the character for Anson so far and how much the actor has invested in the character makes me 100% confident that I will enjoy the new series.” UFOP: StarBase 118 founder Jordan, better known to many in the community as Fleet Admiral Tristan Wolf, echoed the sentiment. “It’s so gratifying to see the powers that be making a Captain Pike show – his commitment to the ideals of Starfleet are an inspiring return to the utopian Roddenberry vision of TNG,” he said. In the midst of these difficult and uncertain times from a global pandemic that has affected millions, yesterday’s announcement indeed proved that even before its premiere, Strange New Worlds has already helped bring a little bit of that Trek optimism back to its fans and a promise of a great future to come. The post New Captain Pike series ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ announced appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  12. PALDOR SYSTEM — While conducting training exercises in the asteroid belt around the Paldor System, USS Atlantis has been boarded by several intruders. “Intruder Alert! Breen have boarded the ship. Repeat, we have had contact with a Breen warrior on Deck 13!” “Contact! We’re taking fire from Romulans now!” Warnings issued by Marine Gunnery Sgt. Jenta Solana were among many reports indicating the identities of the various intruders that had boarded the ship while it was conducting a battle exercise in the Paldor System’s asteroid belt. In addition to the intruders, the USS Atlantis (NCC-74682) was also dealing with numerous vessels engaged in what has been described as wolf-pack tactics. The crew had departed Deep Space 26 to conduct their first training exercise in quite some time. They had arrived at the asteroid field on the outer rim of the system. Once in place, Cmdr. Jarred Thoran ordered Lt. Esa Kiax, Assistant Operations Officer for the ship, to begin the simulation. Unbeknownst to the crew, Kiax, with Thoran’s approval, had installed holo-emitters throughout the ship and had interfaced the sensor inputs and inertial dampeners to the computer system to help make the simulation more realistic. Several unidentified ships moved in and began an attack on the Atlantis. Suspecting cloaked vessels, Tactical Officer Lt. David Knight acquired target locks and implemented a program written by ship’s First Officer LtCmdr. Serala during her tenure as the Chief Tactical Officer. The simulation took a rather unexpected turn for most of the crew as intruders began to make it through the shielding. “Hyden to Security. Alright, let’s get this situation contained. I want security on all decks.” Chief of Security, Lt. Maddi Hyden, implemented her new security protocols and teams were scrambled from both Security and the Marines. “If something moves the wrong way I want to be notified immediately.” Some casualties have been reported, including one death, but it was later learned that a subroutine had been included that allow for simulated deaths. Anyone “dying” during the training was beamed to sickbay by the computer where they would remain for the rest of the drill. The most recent development included a rather vicious explosion on deck 12, which created a situation that led to a warp core breach. Damage Control teams have been dispatched and it remains to be seen whether repairs can be completed in time to prevent the breach. All of this excitement came on the heels of a small, awards ceremony where several officers received ribbons for their actions in the previous mission: Serala was named ship’s First Officer, Kiax named Assistant Operations Officer, and Lt. Ishkabelle Journs was promoted to Assistant Chief Medical Officer. Written by Serala The post Crew of Atlantis Fighting Off Intruders During Battle Exercise appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  13. When it comes to Starfleet ship design, there are always new designs in the works. When it launched, the Galaxy-class was considered the safest, most advanced ship in Starfleet and assignment to one was an honor. Within ten years of its launch, the more powerful Sovereign-class was designed, built, and put into service to take its title as the most advanced class of ship in the fleet. The 2370s also saw new designs tested in the form of the dedicated warship Defiant-class, the Intrepid-class full of new technologies, and the Prometheus-class with an experimental multi-vector assault mode. However, this constant change of what design is the most advanced of the moment doesn’t detract from how dependable Starfleet ships designs can be. Some ships, like the Excelsior-class and Miranda-class, were still seeing regular use a century later. Starfleet ship classes are routinely refitted with new technologies to extend their useful lifespans. Even the Oberth-class remained in regular service for decades. This week, we’d like to know if there are any older models of ship that could be a valuable asset to Starfleet if they were just updated to modern standards with new technology. Do you think that a Constitution-class redesigned and rebuilt from new components could hold its own against modern explorer designs? Would you like to see the Miranda or the Excelsior revisited and retooled to see that they remain on the front lines of the final frontier into the 25th century? Or maybe you think that Starfleet should be trying new designs and new ideas rather than remaking old ships? Which older class of ship would you like to see redesigned and reintroduced into the fleet? Click here to head to the forums now and vote in this week’s poll. Be sure to leave a comment in the thread! The post Poll of the Week: Starfleet Retro Revival appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  14. The new Star Trek show, Picard, has brought lots of new content into the Trek universe and has potential ramifications for our canon. With that in mind, the Captains Council has convened a committee to review the changes that the show has potentially introduced to our timeline, and provide a report to the council about what we may need to retconn, what we may need to ignore, and what we may need to worry about after coming seasons of the show. This committee is looking for volunteers who are interested in helping review the show’s effects on the fleet and assemble the report. Whether you’re a fan of the show or not, you can help out as long as you can be objective about the types of content the Captains Council will need to make a ruling on! Click here to head to the forums to learn more, ask questions, and volunteer right in the announcement thread. The post Join the Star Trek: Picard committee and help us decide how the new show integrates into our universe appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
  15. Please welcome our newest Academy graduate to the UFOP: StarBase 118 fleet: Joshua Sutton! The post New Academy Graduate appeared first on UFOP: StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. View the full article
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