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Following the horrific death of President Lesia Enaren during the destuction of the Vulcanis Lunar Colony, Ambassador Gruzy of the Xindi has been elected President of the United Federation of Planets following one of the most bitter elections in modern history. It is a time of rebuilding as many have lost trust in the Federation Council and its leadership in recent years as more and more rights have been infringed in the name of progress. As darkness has grown throughout the galaxy, the growing specter of corruption has become evident within the Federation itself. The Core Worlds have continued to grow in peace and prosperity while for the worlds on the Frontier every day is a struggle to survive. Meanwhile, old friends and enemies have joined together to strike a new claim on the galaxy, intent upon leaving the Federation broken in their wake.

With the shadow of Vulcanis looming over them, the fallout of the Romulan/Vulcan reunification still fresh, not to mention the risk of war with the Klingons, the first duty of the Gruzy Administration is to restore faith in the Federation and its values. Then there are the more internal threats previously unimagined: a Federation Council that is unsupportive of the new President and has an agenda of its own. Theirs is a story different than any other in the final frontier as they navigate the scandals, threats and political scuffles that the Federation faces every day. Every decision that's made, every action taken by this intrepid men and women will affect countless lives throughout the galaxy both now and beyond…

Latest Mission Posts

» Got Your Six

Mission: Atlantis
Posted on Wed Oct 30th, 2019 @ 11:15pm by Admiral Willian Targaryen & Rear Admiral Greg Coulson

Admiral William Teagarden sat at his desk in his Ready Room aboard Starfleet One and brought up the communications system. With the Preserver Juggernaut in orbit with them and the situation involving Commander Viol there were many issues in play and he was starting to think that even he was…

» A Living Machine?

Mission: Atlantis
Posted on Tue Nov 5th, 2019 @ 3:22am by Commander Galatea & Lieutenant Rrawran & Commander Nathan Bishop & Commander Ash Randall & Lieutenant Commander Jasmine Haynes & Lieutenant Commander Lily Snow PhD, MD & Petty Officer 2nd Class Corvus Hannah

The derelict was quiet and dark, so much so that the glow of the transporter beams seemed like they illuminated the entire ship in silver light. The interior wasn't like that of a normal ship and instead resembled a living organism more than a spaceship. The walls and vaulted ceilings…

» Psilosynine

Mission: Atlantis
Posted on Tue Nov 5th, 2019 @ 3:23am by Lieutenant Commander Sawbones & Commander Sherwin Porter & Lieutenant Commander T'Lisha "Hawkeye" Bishara & Lieutenant Commander Patton O'Sullivan & Lieutenant Commander Gareb th'Endilev

Sawbones looked at his reflection in the mirror of the locker room of the Sickbay complex thinking about the duality that was his life. Right now Starfleet One hovered in orbit of a replica of Earth and it had had more than its fair share of effect upon the crew…

» Juggernaut

Mission: Atlantis
Posted on Tue Oct 29th, 2019 @ 11:05pm by Admiral Willian Targaryen & Commander Nathan Bishop & Commander Zephryn Kaldiran & Commander Nathan Hawkins & Commander Ash Randall & Commander Sherwin Porter & Lieutenant Commander Jasmine Haynes & Lieutenant Commander T'Lisha "Hawkeye" Bishara & Lieutenant Commander Patton O'Sullivan & Lieutenant Commander Victoria Rigby M.D. & Lieutenant Commander Lily Snow PhD, MD

The turbolift doors slid open with a loud sigh and Admiral William Teagarden almost shared in as he launched himself onto his Bridge. They had returned from the surface of the planet to a Yellow Alert and Galatea refused to answer his requests for information. Now he knew why. Before…

» Eternal Stranger

Mission: Atlantis
Posted on Wed Oct 23rd, 2019 @ 11:05pm by Fleet Admiral Lynz & Civilian Jahra Naron

Fleet Admiral Lynz stepped onto the Bridge of the Vol'Rala, quickly surveying the consoles as she walked toward her chair. While she was the highest ranked officer aboard the ship, she was not her Captain under normal circumstances. Unlike her husband, she much preferred to focus on her duties instead…