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Welcome to the USS Livingstone...

 

The USS Livingstone, a nebula class starship serving Star Fleet in troubled times. Serving in the very frontiers of federation territory, she treads dangerous waters. With interchangeable pods, the Livingstone can be ready for anything, all she requires is a capable and dynamic crew. A crew that are ready for anything this treacherous galaxy can throw at them. The question is: Do you have what it takes?
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The ship is named after David Livingstone a Scottish an explorer of Africa, one of the most popular national heroes of the late-19th-century in Victorian Britain. He had a mythical status due to his working-class "rags-to-riches" inspirational story. He was also a scientific investigator and explorer, imperial reformer and anti-slavery crusader. Holding his values as our guild, this ship will chart unknown space, fight oppression when we encounter it and play apart in Humanity’s peaceful expansion in to the unknown.

The simulation has been established for over 6 months now and is about to start another deep space mission.

Could you take on the challenge and become part of the Livingstone’s award winning crew If so, follow the link on the left. The adventure awaits…

 

 

Lieutenant Commander

Commander Kevin, Lord Kilbane of Sanquhar

Chief Security and Tactical Officer, USS Livingstone,

Task Force 47 B,

Obsidian Fleet. 

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Latest News Items

» Welcome New Crew.

Posted on Thu Nov 30th, 2017 @ 10:37am by Commander James Stevenson in General News

Morning Crew

Please welcome Lieutenant JG Thex sh'Zoarhi, who will be the ships new Chief Intelligence Officer and Lieutenant JG Jasmine Haynes as Chief Security/Tactical Officer.

This brings us up to 8 players as we prepare to leave Deep Space 3.

Commander James Stevenson
Commanding Officer

If you have men who will only come if they know there is a good road, I don't want them. I want men who will come if there is no road at all.


» Mission

Posted on Sat Nov 25th, 2017 @ 12:55pm by Commander James Stevenson in General News

Morning Crew

I have posted the briefing. Please could you write a post preparing your departments. I’ll post the lunch post next weekend.

I have placed a couple of recruitment adverts on line, so I hope we can boost our numbers.

We are getting close to the ships 1st anniversary, if any body has any ideas how we celebrate this please let me know.

Commander James Stevenson
Commanding Officer


» The Mission

Posted on Sat Nov 18th, 2017 @ 7:33pm by Commander James Stevenson in General News

Hi all

Thanks for getting involved with the current JP. I would like to post this on Tuesday, so please ask any more questions.

We'll then have about a week (our time) to write about getting you departments ready for a deep space mission.

Once on route will think about getting on to the planet with out being discovered.

Commander James Stevenson


» The Mission

Posted on Sat Oct 28th, 2017 @ 7:13pm by Commander James Stevenson in General News

Hi Crew,

I am enjoying the party post but I feel it's time to move on. If we could get the party finished and posted by next weekend and we can start our mission to Lippershey 2 properly.

Also I only got a few votes but enough to dish out some awards, I intend to work on the site on Tuesday, so I'll sort those out then.

Keep up the writing and we'll crack on with the mission.

Commander James Stevenson.




» New Mission

Posted on Sun Oct 1st, 2017 @ 6:38pm by Commander James Stevenson in General News

Hi Crew

I have updated the site and also put several recruiting posts on fleet website and on Facebook. Please if you wish to add any ideas about the front page please let me know.

The new mission is up and started, although, firstly we have to travel back to DS3 to collect the sensor pod. I will instigate some JP’s to get the mission up and running.

I have had 2 returns from the survey so I will give that another week and then make a few awards.

Commander James Stevenson,
Commanding Officer, USS Livingstone,
Task Force 47 C "THE KENSAI",
Obsidian Fleet.


Latest Mission Posts

» Orders

Mission:

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Voyage to Mutiny
Posted on Sun Apr 15th, 2018 @ 3:20pm by Lieutenant Commander Kevin, Lord Kilbane of Sanquhar & Commander James Stevenson

Kevin entered his office, head down, concentration fully on the PADD he was reading.

"Ah, the wanderer returns!" Karadis said loudly.

"JEEEESU........." Kevin began to say, as he recovered from the startling his Assistant had given him "will you ever stop creeping up on me like that Karadis???" he asked…


» In to Ranhove

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Voyage to Mutiny
Posted on Sun Mar 25th, 2018 @ 8:10pm by Ensign Jacob MaCall

Jacob stood to ease his back, the wooden seat coupled with the uneven road service had become very unconfutable. From his vantage point he could see the road stretching out over the rolling hills and through a few small villages. It appeared to his untrained eye that most of the…


» The first town

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Voyage to Mutiny
Posted on Fri Mar 23rd, 2018 @ 1:29am by Lieutenant Commander Akelia Felnost & Lieutenant Rolvek & Ensign Jacob MaCall & 1st Lieutenant Thomas Hathorne

The light forest and long travel gave way to the first small town on their journey. To Akelia, who was at the fore, she was glad to see that they had made it with time to spare. It was fortified by a wall, and farms surrounded it but that was…


» Taking a chance

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Voyage to Mutiny
Posted on Wed Mar 21st, 2018 @ 8:27pm by Lieutenant JG Jasmine Haynes

Warren sat at his desk wielding in his right hand a hypo-spanner which he pointed at a crircuit board. He was attempting to recreate a device from the 21st century. A compact disk player. He had managed to acquire some old CD’s from the operations officer on his last tour…


» Next chapter

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Voyage to Mutiny
Posted on Sun Mar 18th, 2018 @ 10:41am by Commander James Stevenson

John stepped out of the turbo lift onto the bridge of the Livingstone. It was a hive of activity. Even in space dock every station seemed to be manned. Everyone seemed enthralled in their jobs. After spending all of his bridge days with a skeleton crew, it struck John as…


Latest Personal Logs

» Personal Log

Posted on Thu Sep 28th, 2017 @ 3:59am by Lieutenant Jonathan Westbrook

Personal Log, stardate 95342.37:

The clean up begins. Our battle with the Ferengi caused damage to the ship, but we will clean up and make the ship whole again.

I was most happy to return home and find Winston still alive. He must have felt every bump we took but…


» Personal Log

Posted on Sun Sep 10th, 2017 @ 8:52pm by Lieutenant Jonathan Westbrook

Personal Log, stardate 95295.05:

We've made some progress with regards to the current situation we find ourselves in with the Ferengi. Using our sensors, we were able to determine that an escape pod left the Teelamy Cerms, and was collected by a ship of unknown origins. They tried to use…


» Personal Log

Posted on Sun Sep 3rd, 2017 @ 11:18pm by Lieutenant Jonathan Westbrook

Personal Log Stardate 95273.45:

It has been an interesting last few days here on the Livingstone. We are currently attached to the Ferengi space station by tractor beam. Commander Stevenson and Lieutenant Commander Akelia Felnost had a hearing in the Grand liquidator hearing room aboard the station, and Commander Stevenson…


» Personal Log

Posted on Sun Aug 27th, 2017 @ 1:31am by Lieutenant Jonathan Westbrook

Science Officer Personal Log Stardate 95251.03:

Interesting day up on the bridge. Starfleet command has ordered us to the Lappa system, where we are to rendevous with the Ferengi, and turn the Teelamy Cerms back over to them. I feel like we're missing something important but unless we come up…


» Personal Log

Posted on Mon Aug 21st, 2017 @ 3:19am by Lieutenant Jonathan Westbrook

Personal Log, stardate 95238.27:

Things are moving along nicely here on the Livingstone.

I've finally got everything unpacked in my quarters, and put where they need to go. You don't realize how much stuff you've collected in your travels until you have to unpack it. I had always meant to…