"You know the greatest danger facing us is ourselves, and irrational fear of the unknown. There is no such thing as the unknown. Only things temporarily hidden, temporarily not understood."


We are a role-playing game set in 2155, based upon the reality created in Star Trek

With the Xindi crisis behind them and the Romulan threat looming, the crew of the NX-05 Atlantis are tasked with making peace with the Xindi as well as holding together the new fledgeling alliance with the Vulcans, Andorians, and Tellarites.

In a universe where nothing is set in stone, the ship is thrust far from home in a time where the Federation does not own half of a quadrant and technology is only just making space travel comfortable.

Decades away from Earth on a ship not meant to be a generational transport. How long do Starfleet ideals and morals hold out against hunger and survival? Join us we explore just how far a stranded crew will go to get home.

The purpose of this sim is to embrace discovery in all of its forms. We will also encourage character growth and will plan missions designed to push each character as well as encourage each other to participate inside stories and relationship building.

For our sim, we are looking for players interested in telling their stories. We want players who truly want to see their character change over the course of missions as they grow as people and as the ship comes together as a crew.

It does not matter if you have been simming for decades or if this is your first rodeo. All we want it to have a fun place to tell our story and to create a real community of players.

On the Atlantis, we are truly sailing into the unknown.







A proud member of Obsidian Fleet



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Commander Bethsabée Leroux
Commanding Officer
NX-05 Atlantis

Lieutenant Commander Michael Sloan
Executive Officer
NX-05 Atlantis


Latest Mission Posts

» Not Our Path Or Route

Mission: 100
Posted on Wed Nov 18th, 2020 @ 9:10pm by Commander Bethsabée Leroux & Major Samuel King & 1st Lieutenant Ellie Lennon & Ensign Luis Martinez & Warrant Officer Maddison Walker & Gunnery Sergeant Billy Rhodes

Samuel had arranged for a member of the security team to join him in front of his team for a meeting. His whole squad was present, they were a noisy lot so really you couldn't not hear them in any part of the ship. They knew the type of life…


» The Wormhole and The Hope Part 1

Mission: 100
Posted on Sun Nov 15th, 2020 @ 10:22am by Commander Bethsabée Leroux & Lieutenant Commander Michael Sloan & Lieutenant Christopher Harper & Lieutenant Aurelius Davis & Lieutenant JG Samantha Leyton & Lieutenant JG Mattias Constantine & Ensign Elegy Nascimento

Samantha sat in the pilot's seat of the shuttle pod, going over system checks as the shuttlebay crew loaded the modified torpedo into the shuttle's launcher. She wanted to keep her mind busy and not dwell on the fact that she was about to fly close to a wormhole while…


» Fighting Talk

Mission: 100
Posted on Sat Nov 14th, 2020 @ 9:29pm by Major Samuel King & Commander Bethsabée Leroux

Beth had been embarrassed to request what she had but she was relieved that the Marine Commanding Officer had taken her request so well. It was not every day an Officer in Charge requested to be taught how to fight. Beth was still smarting over Sloan saving her life twice…


» Reconciling Two Truths

Mission: 100
Posted on Fri Nov 13th, 2020 @ 1:13am by Ensign Elegy Nascimento & Lieutenant Commander Michael Sloan

The computer seemed slower tonight. Either the computer was growing complacent or disinterested in what Elegy Nascimento had to ask of it, or Elegy was simply impatient down to his bones. His simulations about the viability of super-nutritious algae for the Vrav had proven to be slow, meticulous work. Each…


» Punishment Assignment

Mission: 100
Posted on Thu Nov 12th, 2020 @ 3:47pm by Crewman Finn Jones & Lieutenant Commander Michael Sloan & Ensign Elegy Nascimento

The Evodia was the most uncommon, modest plant that was Finn’s responsibility. It could be found only high in the mountains and he really had been surprised to find one a group in Hydroponics Bay. The plants grew in tiny groups, but it was tough to control and maintain their…