Captain’s Log, Weekly Digest 62

A summary of the past week of posts to my in-character Star Trek Online Tumblr, chronicling the adventures of E.N. Morwen, a science-loving and thoughtful young woman trapped in a galaxy of warring space giants.

  • A Period of Cheating: The Alliance and Bni negotiate an end to the war.
  • Q-Ball: The Inverse and Shion investigate a strange spatial anomaly, and an unwelcome guest turns up.
  • The Tholian Net: After being sucked into a subspace tunnel at the end of “Q-Ball,” the Inverse ends up in the middle of a conflct between the Borg and Tholians, and the first hints toward a new mystery…
  • Fishy Business: Morwen tries to find out if the Cirinac know anything about the Tholians.

As the flag officer of a fleet or tactical group, Starfleet regulations also require Morwen to provide a Fleet Status Report briefly summarizing the current status and mission of all ships under her command, every Stardate that’s a multiple of 10.

I am still trying to get an RP-focused fleet together! I am now up to four of the needed five people, so this is happening SOON! Contact me in-game at Morwen@froborr if you’re interested.

14 thoughts on “Captain’s Log, Weekly Digest 62

  1. Nifty. I’m too busy to RP in the near-to-middle future, which is why I dropped the paragraph about it, but others here may be interested.

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  2. Like id rather do a really detailed plot driven rp… A lot of story a lot of work for a few online events then bar trek or file report rping…

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  3. Yeah, that’s precisely what I want to organize a group for. I’ve got some story seed ideas, I just need a group and time… But like I said, can’t even think about starting until the end of March/beginning of April.

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  4. I think it would take at least that long to get something going anyways. To gather enough people, brainstorm setting… Set up forums and get a plot arc setup…

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  5. If you’ve read any of the episodes tagged #crossover on the Morwen tumblr, we were considering a larger-scale version of that: something screwy is happening to the timeline, characters from alternate histories (fairly similar ones for Morwen and Leva, but it doesn’t have to be that way for everyone) are running into each other and having adventures together, with the overall arc of figuring out why and how we’re able to coexist despite remembering different histories.

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  6. Would you use same charecters? Because with morwin you use existing game story and charecter which id like to avoid like the plague

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  7. That was my plan, yeah–but your character could easily be from a timeline different enough that none of the STO story happened for you.

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  8. Fed aligned makes sense… Are you thinking ship rp, small task force… Star base? Or?

    My preference is a small outpost… With a small task force like 4 ships.

    Temporal stuff will defiantly have to be well thought out so as not cheesy… But im open.

    Im a little more focused on the political relations between the powers… Specially tal shiar and true way… And the jem’hadar who got stranded in fed space.

    I think having different writing preferences could hel make a well rounded rp.

    I really wanna do this like its a new star trek s
    Tv series.

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  9. Yea that would be a sticking point for me… And i imagine a lot of potential rpers who would otherwise be interested in joining.

    I dont want to use many in game story details… Maybe the over arcing story… It just doesnt make sense at all…

    Im up for a lot of out of the box ideas for stories… But its got to be our stories and ones that are plausable…

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