Watsup Argo. So I just wanted to take this oppertunity to a MASSIVE thank you to Katriel. Thanks to her expert guidance, the 26th now has a roster that compares to the 38th fleet. Thanks a million for you patience and assistance Kat!
Yeah. They're rough. I was playing through with a Delta Alt and I hit a fight that I only one because I managed to keep my ship almost exactly on top of the other ship the entire time and slowly whittled away with a single cannon.
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', 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 officers only-- we just ask that you check in with an officer 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:
Approximately 1372 refugees have been relocated off station, while another 151 have found permanent positions within the fleet. Operations and Personnel Resources continues to work hard on placing and finding homes the remainder.
Elements of the 38th Fleet participated in an assault on The Herald Sphere. Damage inflicted to the Iconian Gateway Network resulted in the withdrawal of Herald forces from Allied space. While likely temporary, a much-needed respite has been earned.
Starfleet has recently commissioned a series of small, high-speed, combat oriented starships to counter the Herald threat. Available in a variety of configuration, the ships are based off three core classes, Ajax, Icarus, and Mercury.
The USS Saratoga missed its second straight weekly check-in transmission two days ago. Attempts to contact the vessel, which departed on a First Contact mission last month, have failed. The ship is now officially missing in action.
Reports indicate the Cardassian colonies on Talis Prime and Corani Three were evacuated this morning after a gateway opened in orbit. Though most of their inhabitants were evacuated, many are still missing.
Elements of the 38th Fleet responded to a priority request for assistance from the Klingon capital, Qo'noS. Despite sustaining significant losses, the combined Allied forces managed to withstand and drive back the Iconian invasion.
A disabled Klingon vessel was found at the site of a distress call from a Federation convoy. This led to the discovery of a DS13 Officer, infected by a neural parasite, that has been sending false distress calls. Full report to follow.
DS13 received a communication from Starfleet Command, indicating that the Iconian attack on the Alpha and Beta Quadrants had begun. Herald invasions were confirmed at Calbriden III, the Pico Mining Colonies, Una II, and New Romulus.
While escorting Admiral Rilem to a meeting with Argo's allies, the USS Leyte Gulf and USS Paladin diverted course to assist a freighter in distress. The freighter was lost with its cargo, but the crew was recovered and brought to K-7 safely. The+
USS Damocles, Maelstrom, Galatea and Firestorm, and RRW Anarhai, defended a Republic transport from Klingon attack. Over twenty Klingon vessels were involved, and the ships were forced to retreat after the transports went to warp.
USS Gladiator and RRW D'Ishae responded to a distress call from the SS Allegrezza near the Zibal System. The civilian ship was under attack by three Klingon vessels. All three aggressors were destroyed and no survivors were recovered.
A cross-departmental response force was formed to address the threat of the quantum filament in DS13's local vicinity. Through some diligent preparation and ingenuity, the filament was destroyed with only the loss of the single runabout, Seine.
A joint Task Force Argo and 26th fleet task force conducted a raid on a pirate flotilla. Several pirate vessels were destroyed and the pirate leadership killed or captured. Cargo vessels near the Jasper nebula are cleared to resume travel again.
Sighting recent combat deployment and crew needs, Captain Quint has placed the USS Paladin on a brief stand down. All creww have been directed to take shore leave and be back on post by Friday. No exceptions.
With the increase in conflict among several hostile factions, several new advanced combat armors have been developed in coordination with allied species. Supplies are limited and first runs are being issued to units on the frontlines.
The counseling department held an experimental art workshop, in conjunction with the recreational department, in Holodeck-B. Attendees were treated to neural spectra artwork of their own and their colleagues' making.
Following operation snakehead the fifth MACO company was disarmed and its members are currently undergoing a medical examination to test fur further posible neural parasite infections by the order of starfleet command.
USS Saratoga has departed DS13 along the first leg of TR528. Upon arrival at DS9, she will take on a Starfleet Admiral, a Federation Ambassador, and an anthropology team, before proceeding to the Kelvani Belt in the Raveh Sector.