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Writers Den & RPGs / Re: Trek Into the Wild with the USS Pandora
« Last post by Temple on 23 February 2017 07:03 AM  »
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Fleet Directory (Clans/Guilds/RPG) / Re: =/\= Lotus Fleet Introduction =/\=
« Last post by [LF] Caltern on 20 February 2017 08:33 AM  »
Hello everyone,
I'm Caltern, former RP Administrator of Lotus Fleet, current RP Captain of the Luna-class refit USS Hoshea, and newly commissioned as one of Lotus Fleet's recruitment officers.

Lotus Fleet is bringing our latest Season of roleplay online with several new ships.

  • As mentioned, the USS Hoshea is a Copernicus refit Luna-class vessel. The Copernicus refit retains the initial mission of the Luna-class series that Captain William Riker's USS Titan established: Science, Exploration, and Cooperation in a post-war Starfleet. The refit, designed at the Copernicus Shipyards for which it derives its name, focuses on important upgrades for Science and Diplomacy, while retaining the Luna-class deep space exploration capability.

  • Another starship joining Lotus Fleet's roster is the USS Discovery, a Vesta-class DeSilvo refit. From her logistics file: "This refit is planned to convert the Aventine NCC-82602 from a "McKinley" (NX) pattern to a "DeSilvo" pattern (NCC). While labeled as an "NCC" the Aventine currently is identical to NX-82600. (U.S.S. Vesta) with exception of the added experimental quantum slipstream conversion. NCC-82602 is subject to refit earlier as expected because of the destruction of NX-82600 during the war against the Borg. The refit is scheduled to start at stardate 88668.7 and will take up to 4 months. Currently the Aventine is docked in drydock 18 here at Utopia Plantitia. Drydock 18 is an enclosed dock that requires a higher security clearance and is off limits to all normal personal, including medical staff.

    Upon completion of the refit, the vessel will be rechristened U.S.S. Discovery to serve as long range explorer with Lotus Fleet"
  • Yet another starship joining Lotus Fleet's roster is the USS Millennium, a Millennium-class explorer. With increased threats posed by alternate universe invaders like the Undine and the Mirror Universe, and increased time incursions by hostile forces like the Klingon, Borg and Romulan Empires, Starfleet has seen a need to develop a Transdimensional Explorer - an initiative finally made possibly by utilizing advances made possible by Quantum Slipstream technology.

  • Finally, though not new to Lotus Fleet is our very own Flagship: the USS Horizon, Lotus-class. Equipped with a fully operational transwarp drive, the Lotus-class is designated a Galactic Exploratory Starship. The Lotus-class starship entered service in 2410, marking the crowning achievement of over a century of engineering advancements, starting with the Transwarp Development Project in the late 23rd century and the Galaxy class design of mid-24th century. With currently only one in service, the Lotus Class is servicing the Federation and Starfleet.

    Lotus-class vessels are to be the largest in the fleet along with the capital class of the Odyssey design, on par with the massive Romulan D'Deridex, built to boast Starfleet's most advanced technology and show the Federation's presence as if a core member world was next door with it's own mobile space station or outpost.


All four of these vessels are crewed, but positions are still available. You can quickly join up at http://www.lotusfleet.org and once registered, click on the Welcome Center portion of our forums. You may also contact me directly for assistance, or through our shoutbox.
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Latest Star Trek Gaming News / Re: Excalibur | First Person Locomotion Preview
« Last post by BLZBUB on 20 February 2017 04:48 AM  »
That is so sweet!!!!
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Latest Star Trek Gaming News / Excalibur | First Person Locomotion Preview
« Last post by Zach on 11 February 2017 10:16 PM  »


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News and Announcements / Re: Signed Poster Competition Winners!
« Last post by Tarpaul on 07 February 2017 07:07 AM  »
How can we win some more posters?!
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Introductions (The Landing Bay) / Re: Hello!
« Last post by BLZBUB on 06 February 2017 02:02 PM  »
Oh, well that's unfortunate.


Unfortunate yes ... but it IS quieter around here. ;)
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Introductions (The Landing Bay) / Re: Hello!
« Last post by Apocolypse on 31 January 2017 03:40 AM  »
Oh, well that's unfortunate.
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Latest Star Trek Gaming News / Re: Reviews and Content Coming Soon
« Last post by BLZBUB on 29 January 2017 08:09 PM  »

Why is that?



I lost my left eye back in the late '70's, so anything 3D is a waste on my monocular vision. :)


.... Why not merge them into a game series.... similar to how you would a television series; on par with something like Game of Thrones. There is a built in audience for such a product for those that are gamers and Star Trek fans. ....



 Although that would be nice in theory, I am afraid that that would probably fall outside the publication guidelines imposed by CBS/Paramount.


Below is the link to the 10 guidelines, from StarTrek.com ...


http://www.startrek.com/fan-films
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Latest Star Trek Gaming News / Re: Reviews and Content Coming Soon
« Last post by Jeff T on 29 January 2017 05:42 PM  »
Yeah... too pricey for most fans of Star Trek to afford considering the additive cost of game purchase, system upgrades, plus an Oculus Rift.

We need a team like Star Citizen and others who are pushing the edge on the graphics and potential play-ability expansions along with some knowledgeable Treksperts who can incorporate great character driven stories into campaigns that really embrace the philosophy of Star Trek into a game that can be immersive and continue to grow and expand over time. The technology is there to create very realistic looking games. There are a multitude of decent Star Trek novels and stories that have been written over this past half century. Why not merge them into a game series.... similar to how you would a television series; on par with something like Game of Thrones. There is a built in audience for such a product for those that are gamers and Star Trek fans. But please.... stay clear of the Abramsverse.... at least at first.
 :startrek078:
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Latest Star Trek Gaming News / Re: Reviews and Content Coming Soon
« Last post by Zach on 29 January 2017 03:22 PM  »
I cannot use VR, or watch anything 3D anyway, so the Occulus or Vibe is out of the question for me.

Why is that?

That being said, I did check out the new Star Trek Timelines on Facebook. Released in January of 2016, there are plenty of reviews on it out there right now.

I have played it on and off on Android.  It does get to be a grind after a bit as you pointed out.  It is a nice Star Trek themed distraction and can be mildly entertaining at points.

The same can be said for Trexels and Wrath of Gems hah.
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