Yep. Prior to the Fed vs cardassian war. Because of the whole quadrant becoming more conflicted and due to the huge losses from the Romulan war they chose to escape into subspace and took the whole solar system with them
Engineering is in charge of all the things that allow everybody else to continue living in the cold, inhospitable void. We’re not terribly concerned with where we fall in the formal order of succession.
You've taken the right first step! Our forums play a large part in what we do-- for passing information, for event planning, and sharing our abundant creativity.
What makes Argo unique as a role-playing guild?
It's hard to find 'good people' to hang out with on the internet; we've cultivated a wholesome environment that treats others with maturity and respect.
For me personally, the OOC 'culture' is fantastic. I don't really feel uncomfortable with my fleetmates or what they're saying/joking about, and wonton profanity is null-- as a woman on the internet, that goes a long way.
We all have other obligations and we all realize that STO isn't at the top of the list. You put in as much as you want to; if you need to take a break, that's fine. If you can only log in once a week, that's fine. Our 'boot' policy is 'three months with no explanation' (one month for new initiates), and even then, if you come back and want in, it's an instant re-invite.
We encourage member contributions-- we're here because we all love stories, and we want to hear yours. Plots and events are not restricted to staff only-- we just ask that you check in with a staff member first for timing and quality assurance.
More fond of forum RP, story writing, or world-building? That's what our forums are for, with our UFP databanks and Captain's Logs.
Your next step is to fill out an application. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact someone on the admin team:
Or you can join the in-game public channel called 'ArgoRecruiting'. This is Argo's dedicated channel for applicants and allows both the admins to find you easily, as well as giving you an opportunity to talk to some of Argo's senior members if you have questions.
The USS al Haytham went to Red Alert following an incident in one of the science labs. Captain V'Lala is currently incapacitated and command has transferred to Lieutenant Commander al Firawn. The ship has now stood down from Red Alert.
A group of Federation and Romulan representatives attended the Xedi ascension of a new Minister (Minister Candice). Several members of the team were drugged by some of the refreshments. Investigation incoming.
At the beginning of Alpha Shift, Battle Station Argo returned to Red Alert and the first batch of 100 slaves were escorted to Cargobays 34G and 34H. The bays were pressurized and filled before rapidly venting those inside to the space outside.+
Terran Starfleet's listening post in the Imaga system was destroyed by an quick and coordinated Alliance/Terran rebels force. Attackers quickly left the scene of carnage, leaving entire part of Risa sector "in the dark".
Counseling hosted an 'icebreakers' morale session mid gamma shift. Participants engaged in a structured sharing activity on the promenade holodeck, visiting exotic locales, trying new foods, and listening to meaningful music.
While performing Singularity Jump Drills the RRW Caratacus' newly installed Proto-matter Singularity Drive suffered destabilization, putting the vessel out of commission until the Drive can be recalibrated.