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 '38th Argo'. 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.
device. They also witnessed an overall neglect of the Bajoran population of the station by the Cardassians who were left in charge. The station's 'Governor' was relieved of his duties by his own officers.
USS Myanmar responded to a request from the Cardassian Union to repair a vital medical device on a station that had been set up as a quarantine zone for sufferers of a virus. Once there an away team beamed aboard and managed to repair the (1/2)
The S.S. Greene, crewed by a select team of 38th Fleet and JSI Personnel, recovered 2817 Zantaari being held prisoner, and nearly 500 other enslaved persons from the independent outpost Perdition, in the Kassae Sector. (1/2)
The Endeavour travelled to POI K 1599 to investigate the system for any life signs. Upon arriving, they found a satellite with a warning message and a planet which had been destroyed by outlawed anti matter weapons. Further investigation is needed.
A followup mission to the Echomet system completed successfully. Two teams completed additional investigation into Echomet society and discovered new information regarding the affliction of a genetic mutation that afflicts the populace.
USS Myanmar investigated two missing probes in the K-1522 System. Upon arriving. the ship was caught in a power draining anomaly, a graveyard for countless unknown vessels. Upon escape, warning buoys were deployed, to protect other vessels.
Holodeck-A has been cycled into permanent uptime status for the benefit of the Holodeck Fitness Initiative. Interested participants are encouraged to check out this month's offering of a skiing and snowboarding resort.
In stardate 93139.5 the U.S.S. Ananke returned at DS13 from its diplomatic assignment to the Liyan Cluster. A proposal from both Gadians and Kirrshans has been submitted to Starfleet for consideration.
Annatar class-R drone 5118 arrived at DS13 to retrieve the damaged Annatar drone that was recovered from a previous mission. In exchange for the drone's recovery, the Annatar gave three kilograms of benamite.