Welcome to Star Trek: Gemini!


Set in the late 24th century, Star Trek: Gemini continues the stories of the final frontier. Here, you will find some of the both novice and experienced creative writers who have come together to continue the journey and embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Our story takes place aboard the Starship Gemini, one of Obsidian Fleet's finest Galaxy-class Explorers. Tried and true, she and her crew have proven themselves in combat, diplomacy, disaster relief, and exploration. Now, at the dawn of a new decade, they must meet all new challenges amidst an ever-changing galaxy.

Do you have what it takes to be a Starfleet officer, enlisted crewman, marine, or civilian serving aboard the Starship Gemini? We have immediate openings available, and we welcome players of all levels of experience. The adventure of a lifetime awaits! Visit our Recruitment Center to get started!


CAPT Thomas P. Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini NCC-72635


Current Mission & Operating Status


Operating Mode: CONDITION GREEN
Location: New Bajor, In Orbit
Destination: N/A

Click here for full Mission Briefing



USS Gemini exploring anomalies.

Brief History


The Starship Gemini was named for the Graeco-Roman myth of Castor and Pollux. In the myth, the twins shared a human mother but different fathers. Pollux was the son of the god Zeus and therefore immortal. Castor, however, was the son of the mortal Tyndareus; he, too, was also mortal. When Castor died, Pollux asked Zeus to let him share in his immortality, and they were transformed into the constellation Gemini. Today, they were the patrons of sailors on Earth, Saint Elmo's light.

Following the Dominion War, there came a decade's long fragile peace in the Alpha and Beta Quadrants. Starfleet slowly returned to the days of exploration, and the Galaxy-class USS Gemini NCC-72635 was assigned to the front lines of the final frontier.

Following her mission of exploration, Gemini went through a major overhaul due to years of service to Starfleet. She was to return to her duty of exploration; however, the destruction of Romulus fundamentally changed the balance of power in the Alpha and Beta Quadrants, and Gemini anticipates a mission of humanitarian and peacekeeping duties, perhaps deep within the Romulan frontier.


Star Trek: Gemini is an award-winning simulation!












Latest News Items

» Pics and Such!

Posted on Wed May 28th, 2014 @ 6:51pm by Lieutenant Aya in Out of Character

So, it turns out there's a lot of people without pics. :) I'm about to get off of work for two and a half months. :) If anyone wants help finding / editting a picture to fit their character better, lemme know. I've been fiddling with some photo editting lately and can do some cool stuff with colors and layers. ^.^

PM if curious!


» Mission Map & Episode Timelines

Posted on Mon May 26th, 2014 @ 1:11pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in Website Update

Greetings!

*** UPDATE #1: Mission Map ***
Do you have trouble knowing where the Gemini is and what the galactic neighborhood looks like? Me, too! Since we're going to be operating in the same region of space for a while, I've taken the liberty of creating a mission map that includes some canon and non-canon elements outline the region of space in which we will be operating for at least the next couple of seasons. The image has been posted in the mission notes, but you can also access it directly through a Wiki page:

http://ussgemini.org/index.php/wiki/view/page/59

This page will soon include links to additional Wiki pages outlining detail about the places you see on the map.

*** UPDATE #2: Episode Timelines ***
Do you have trouble knowing *when* everything is happening within the context of a mission/episode? Again, me too! T'Ria's player, Mel, has been kind enough to create mission timelines that will help us know exactly when scenes take place. And, if you're interested, you can go back and read the mission in order from start to finish when all is complete (we will soon provide links directly to the joint posts documented on these pages). T'Ria will be keeping this updated for now, that way there will be consistency in format and details. If you have something you think should be added, just let her know. Here are the links to the last episode and current episode:

Season 3: Episode 1 - Spikes and Ties (http://ussgemini.org/index.php/wiki/view/page/61)
Season 3: Episode 2 - In Such Shallow Graves (http://ussgemini.org/index.php/wiki/view/page/62)

I love all the high quality RP I have been seeing lately. Let's keep up the great writing!

CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini


» Executive & Second Officers

Posted on Sat May 24th, 2014 @ 11:03am by Captain Thomas Hansen in Sim Announcement

TO: All Hands, USS Gemini
FR: CAPT Thomas Hansen
RE: Executive & Second Officers

Attention to Orders:

Effective immediately, Commander Sean McCallister has been relieved of his duties as executive officer aboard USS Gemini and recalled to Deep Space 9 by Starfleet Command for further duty assignment.

In light of this recent development and our impending departure for the Gamma Quadrant, the following appointments are effective immediately:

1. Lieutenant Commander Gregory O'Shea is hereby relieved of his duties as Chief Medical Officer and appointed Executive Officer.

2. Lieutenant Commander T'Ria is to assume the additional duties of Second Officer in addition to her current role as Operations Manager.

These orders are effective this date, stardate 68008.4.

Signed,

CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini


» Wrap Up Reminder

Posted on Sat May 24th, 2014 @ 7:48am by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News

Hi, all,

Just a gentle reminder that we'd like to wrap up any possible mission posts today so that we can move forward to our new mission tomorrow. Lots of additional information will be sent out soon, so please look for it! :)

Thanks,

CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini


» One Year Anniversary: O'Shea

Posted on Sun May 18th, 2014 @ 3:19pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News

Everyone,

Please join me in congratulating Gregory O'Shea who portrays our Second Officer and Chief Medical Officer on his one year anniversary with the sim! It is a pleasure to recognize all the contributions he has made to our sim over the past year. For his service, he will be receiving Obsidian Fleet's Merit of Time Served for one year of service to the same sim.

Congratulations!

Thanks,

CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini


Latest Mission Posts

» Rumours [backpost]

Mission: Spikes and Ties
Posted on Thu Aug 21st, 2014 @ 11:14pm by Lieutenant JG Aidan Datari & Lieutenant Commander Ameilla Fitzgerald MD

[ON]

DS9 somehow seemed to be bigger than he remembered from the last time he was here. Aidan looked around, awed by the scenery once again. And now with his new job, also came new responsibilities. He smiled as he spotted his sister in the diastance, waving enthusiastically to draw…


» Intel report #1 (backpost)

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Sat Aug 16th, 2014 @ 12:30pm by Lieutenant JG Aidan Datari & Lieutenant Commander Gregory O'Shea MD

Unzipping his jacket, Aidan let himself fall back into the seat that sat behind his desk in his small office. If one could call it an office really..but for Aidan, it was big enough and private enough. He touched the terminal on his desk and identified himself so it would…


» Special Accomodations

Mission: Spikes and Ties
Posted on Fri Aug 15th, 2014 @ 6:20pm by Lieutenant JG Laural Witley RN & Lieutenant Commander T'Ria

ON:

Laural Witley smiled at passersby as she made her way to the Operations Department. Though more and more people with physical challenges were serving in Starfleet, most people still registered surprise when they saw her for the first time. Some people covered better than others, of course, but Laural…


» Lunch

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Thu Aug 14th, 2014 @ 7:39am by Lieutenant Aya & Lieutenant Commander Gregory O'Shea MD

Aya generally came poking around at lunch time to see what Greg was up to - sometimes he had other lunch meetings and things, but Aya still poked her head in more often than not. She hadn't quite gotten used to the idea that he might be busy with ...…


» The Awkward and the Mute

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Fri Aug 8th, 2014 @ 2:33pm by Lieutenant Janet Myles & Lieutenant JG Aidan Datari

Janet paced her office her head looking down as she read a padd in her hand. As per usual her left eye was closed no doubt a rather strange sight. As she occasionally paused to tilt her head and mumble something to herself. She was still getting a grasp on…


Latest Personal Logs

» Aya to the Brig (Part 1)

Posted on Wed Jun 18th, 2014 @ 4:27am by Lieutenant Aya

Chavek had little to say to anyone, and he had little to say to Aya, either, the first time she got sent down to the brig. Aya remembered feeling nervous - this was out of her realm but the Captain had decided that their prisoner's reticence was because he didn't…


» Life

Posted on Tue Mar 25th, 2014 @ 10:44am by Lieutenant Commander T'Ria

It has been a long day. Two long days. And they are not over yet. Another half hour until I am finally off duty. Unless something unexpected happens which it probably will.

I am getting more and more impatient and restless and on edge. I need to meditate. Urgently so.…


» Finding Answers

Posted on Wed Oct 16th, 2013 @ 9:14am by Lieutenant Serge Olivei PhD

Personal log, supplemental.

If you overload an electrical system with too much energy, the circuit breaker activates and shuts everything down. The central nervous system is also an electrical system and when it encounters too much stimulation, it shuts down to support just the basics. People describe it as feeling…


» Worst Vacation Ever.

Posted on Wed Oct 16th, 2013 @ 6:01am by Lieutenant Commander Mirta

Computer, begin personal log.


I am never leaving the ship again.

As far as shore leaves go, this one was an unmitigated disaster. The trip to Penraddo took a turn from a pleasant outdoor adventure to a survivalist nightmare. We were set upon almost immediately upon landing by local militants.…


» Death

Posted on Tue Oct 15th, 2013 @ 11:43pm by Lieutenant Commander T'Ria

I have killed a man. With my bare hands. Heard his neck snap. Felt his body go limp against mine.

I did not know him. Barely saw his face. If asked, I could not describe him.

I could have fired a phaser at him. Killed him from a safe distance.…