Welcome to the USS Eclipse!



Welcome to the USS Eclipse, a newly built Sovereign class starship assigned to Starfleet's 5th Fleet and tasked with exploring deep space beyond the Federation's borders. Under the command of Captain John Wolfe and Commander Mitsu Sato, the Eclipse and her crew operate far from the safety of home, facing the untamed dangers and challenges of exploring deep space every day as they continue to boldly go where none have gone before.


The USS Eclipse is a Star Trek Simulation, a role playing adventure based in the 25th century Star Trek universe where each person tells their characters story through their posts. We encourage you to read our posts found below and hope you enjoy our adventures, and we further encourage you, if you have ever considered writing as a hobby or profession to join us as we press ever onward and boldy go where no one has gone before.




Current Mission: Taking Flight


Latest News Items

» 2018 Holiday Season

Posted on Sat Dec 22nd, 2018 @ 4:55pm by Captain John Wolfe in General News

Greetings crew

Because December is the month of holiday season, family visits, and general real life distractions, I'm granting an excusal to anyone who doesn't post this month. That being said, if anyone wants to tag in a joint post or work on solo posts, I won't complain.

I want to wish everyone happy holidays and hope everyone has a safe and merry holiday to end the year of 2018. And I'll see you guys next year, if not before.


Leland
aka
Captain John Wolfe
Commanding Officer


Latest Mission Posts

» Getting Underway

Mission: Taking Flight
Posted on Tue Jan 29th, 2019 @ 6:05pm by Captain John Wolfe & Commander Mitsu Sato & Lieutenant Commander Dulok Son of Keplek & Lieutenant Rhianna Lynn-Terra & Lieutenant Turk Hawkings & Lieutenant T'Lara

John walked out of the turbolift and onto the bridge of the Eclipse, taking a brief moment to pause and take in the sight. The bridge, like everything else on the Eclipse, reflected the ship's might, not just in terms of tactical but also in science capabilities. The Sovereigns might…


» "Setting Up Security Routines on the Ship"

Mission: Taking Flight
Posted on Thu Jan 10th, 2019 @ 8:04am by Lieutenant Commander Dulok Son of Keplek

ON:

Dulok had showered and changed uniforms before he had breakfast. The day started out on a good note and he had an agenda to follow today. New ship, new routeins, new personnel, and a new CO to converse with, but that needed to wait. This was a Sovereign class…


» Checking In

Mission: Taking Flight
Posted on Mon Dec 31st, 2018 @ 10:13pm by Captain John Wolfe & Lieutenant Scarlett Taylor

Having still not left sickbay after attempting to make sure everything was as she expected it to be, and having still not been to her quarters, Scarlett made the decision to find the Commanding Officer and report in. Maybe he would be able to give her some more information on…


» Reporting Aboard

Mission: Taking Flight
Posted on Fri Dec 14th, 2018 @ 3:44am by Eva & Commander Mitsu Sato & Lieutenant Turk Hawkings

Mitsu hid a yawn as she walked along the corridors of the Eclipse with a Padd in her hand. The latest daily updates from Starfleet Command were depressing, especially where the new crew arrivals were concerned, but the captain still seemed determined to have the ship depart on time. Fortunately,…


» Good Morning, No Good News

Mission: Taking Flight
Posted on Thu Nov 22nd, 2018 @ 1:55am by Captain John Wolfe & Eva

True night was impossible on a star ship. Even on Gamma Shift there was always something going on. Most of the time, the night shift routine was dull and boring, with nothing really happening unless there was a dire emergency. Tonight was clearly a quiet night, and it made for…


Latest Personal Logs

» Taking one (or two) for the team.

Posted on Fri Nov 30th, 2018 @ 3:57am by Lieutenant Turk Hawkings

“Personal log of Turk Hawkings. I have been thinking about my identity, that is what it means to be me. The reason I’ve been thinking on this is because of a conversation I had earlier in Zee’s quarters. She wanted to know what I did, and I explained Operations. Well…