OMICRON NOCTAE IIIA — Deep within the Sansom Coulee, a rescue operation has launched from The Skarbek, tasked with the repair of the SS Fourcade, the rescue of the crew, and the investigation of a nearby Cardassian outpost.
They’re after you! You duck and dodge through the cave system that is your lair, desperate to get to your lab. Once you’re there, you will be safe. But they’re catching up – those confounded Starfleet security people! Why did they care about what you did? Who were they to tell you that your scientific pursuits were illegal? And what did you care about a broken treaty or two? You are on the cusp of greatness!
At last, the neutronium-laced door seals behind you, and you can complete your experimentation intact. You pour the last vial of green, bubbling goop into the vat, wait for the concoction to boil, and then take a single animal of your choice, along with a purring tribble, and throw them in. What comes out is up to you…
This week’s question asks you which Terran animal you’d like to see crossed with a tribble!
DURONIS II — Plans made by the Embassy staff to welcome the Romulan Republic Ambassador on a propitious tour of Duronis II are in motion. The Embassy will host the engagement with much fanfare and poise as required by Starfleet.
What is token tagging?
Token tagging is a phrase that you probably have never heard of before, but have probably been taking part in without knowing it. Put simply, token tagging is when somebody is tagged in a scene, without fully engaging them. Let’s look at some examples:
PAR’THA EXPANSE – Millions of lives on Paldor II faced danger when Deep Space 26 returned from subspace and began a descent into the planet’s surface.
The Podcast Team has been hard at work putting together another stellar edition of news and entertainment from around the fleet:
Edited by Ensign Lazarus Davis with voice talent from Lt. Commander Geoffrey Teller and others!
EAGLE NEBULA, ALPHA QUADRANT — While en route to the Eagle Nebula, the USS Astraeus (NCC-70652) crew picked up a distress call from an unknown alien vessel experiencing engine difficulties.
ROXBURGH SECTOR — Fifth-grade students and their teacher from Paul Scully-Power Elementary School are now missing after the USS Veritas (NCC-95035) disappeared from its position in the annual Sandhurst Cup.
Starfleet captains face no shortage of challenges. At the end of the day, the fate of the ship and their crew are their responsibility. A commanding officer has to be good at juggling multiple responsibilities at once and managing the ship’s daily activities. Keeping a starship with a crew in the hundreds under control can be a daunting task. But which captain is best equipped to handle the challenges of planning a road trip?
Your answer might vary based on what kind of trip you would want to go on. If a quiet trip touring monuments, museums, and national parks is something that you would want to see, perhaps a road trip planned by James T. Kirk wouldn’t be your first choice. A road trip with each captain would also have its own unique challenges. Taking a road trip through the Delta Quadrant could take decades stopping at every tourist trap and road stop along the way.
Which captain would plan the best road trip?
Please welcome our newest Academy graduate to the UFOP: StarBase 118 fleet: Karen Strong!