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.

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

Current Mission & Operating Status

Location: Karemma Homeworld
Destination: N/A

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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

» Promotions & Transfers

Posted on Sun Apr 13th, 2014 @ 3:42pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in Sim Announcement

TO: Officers and Crew, USS Gemini
FR: CAPT T. P. Hansen
RE: Promotions & Transfers

Attention to Orders:

Based on their years of service and performance during the last officer evaluation cycle, the following crew members are hereby promoted as indicated below:

1. Lieutenant T'Ria is promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
2. Lieutenant Mirta is promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
3. Lieutenant (jg) Tal'jan Mirok is promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
4. Ensign Aidan Datari is promoted to the rank of Lieutenant (junior grade).

Based on the recommendations of the command staff and the needs of the ship, the following crew members are transferred internally as indicated below:

1. Lieutenant Nuhinir is appointed Chief Engineer.
2. Lieutenant (jg) Aidan Datari is appointed Chief Strategic Operations Officer.
3. Lieutenant Tal'jan Mirok is appointed Deputy Chief Science Officer in addition to his current duties.

Finally, after being cleared to return to duty by Starfleet Command, Lieutenant Commander Amiella Fitzgerald has been assigned here as ship's training officer. She will report directly to the executive officer in this capacity and should arrive aboard ship during our brief layover at Deep Space 9.


CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

» Season 3 Kick Off: "Spikes and Ties"

Posted on Sun Apr 13th, 2014 @ 3:24pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News

Greetings, everyone!

I am very excited to announce the beginning of our new mission, "Spikes and Ties"! This mission will kick off season three for our humble ship and crew, and we will be roleplaying as though there has been about two months in between our departure from the Karemma homeworld and our return to Deep Space 9 for orders. Details of what has happened in the interim will be revealed through roleplay.

This first phase will be a short mission, consisting of only three mission days. The primary purpose of this mission is really a non-shore leave interlude between the last mission and the next. In this period of time, we will get our marching orders, take on new (old) crew, and make preparations for the ship's next mission.

Of particular notice, here are a few highlights from the mission days:

MD-01: New Year's Day 2391! Mid-day celebration to be held at Quark's on Deep Space 9.
MD-02: Captain Hansen and key others will receive new orders from Commodore Genessa Lian.
MD-03: Whole crew briefing regarding new orders. Final preparations to disembark.

We will try to move through this interlude fairly quickly so that we can get to the meat of the action, which is just around the corner!

Two additional announcements:

1. Help Wanted! If you or someone you know is interested in portraying a regularly appearing as a Klingon or Romulan exchange officer, please contact me. You can portray this character as a NPC and do not have to give up your main character.

2. Feeling burned out? If you're struggling with your current character, this interlude is a good opportunity to try something new. If you'd like to swap your current PC out for another with a different position, just let me know!

Happy roleplaying!

CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

» Wrap Up Reminder

Posted on Fri Apr 11th, 2014 @ 10:18pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News

Please remember Saturday, April 11, is our wrap up day for the current mission. We will be proceeding to a (very brief) interim mission where we receive our new orders, which will include the introduction of the long-term plot arc. Please try to wrap up your joint posts for the current mission by Saturday if at all possible.


CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

» Mission Wrap Up

Posted on Mon Apr 7th, 2014 @ 9:40pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News

Greetings, Everyone!

I just wanted to set a target date of this coming Saturday, April 12, for us to wrap up this mission and move on to the next. Granted, there are still several loose ends that need to be tied up, but with what is to come, it will be possible for us to follow up on much of that in the next episode. I don't want us to spend too much of this sim year in the previous year, and it's already April, so it seems like a good time to move along.

Please make sure you get those joint posts wrapped up and posted by Saturday! Of course, if we need to backpost anything, we can always do that, too.

Be prepared for a rather large arc to be revealed as soon as this mission is wrapped up -- one which will define much of the backstory for our game for at least the foreseeable future.


CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

» E-Mail Notifications Restored

Posted on Mon Apr 7th, 2014 @ 11:21am by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News


Thanks to the gracious assistance of our host, we have been able to restore e-mail notifications for the game. We have had to add the e-mail address of nova@ussgemini.org, so please add this to your safe senders list.

If you encounter any additional problems, please let me know!


CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

Latest Mission Posts

» (Backpost to Undercut) What's in the Dingus?

Mission: Spikes and Ties
Posted on Mon Apr 14th, 2014 @ 7:43am by Lieutenant Commander Mirta & Captain Thomas Hansen & Lieutenant Nuhinir


It felt a little strange, Mirta mused, being assigned to a task a bit outside of the normal scope of her duties… tinkering with hardware, after all, was generally the purview of Engineering. It felt good, though, having something to work on. The device she held in her hands…

» Epilogue

Mission: Spikes and Ties
Posted on Sun Apr 13th, 2014 @ 11:46pm by Captain Thomas Hansen


Captain Thomas Hansen stood at the tall, rectangular window located in the bulkhead behind his desk and watched as the Starship Gemini made her final approach towards Deep Space 9. The infamous rings of the Cardassian-designed space station could be recognized at quite some distance, and though he had…

» Panic, but not at the disco

Mission: Spikes and Ties
Posted on Sun Apr 13th, 2014 @ 6:49pm by Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Stone & Lieutenant Commander Gregory O'Shea MD & Lieutenant Aya


Though she'd moved in with Paul, Siren still had her quarters. Which is where she was hiding out now. One of the pilot's wives had been so excited to hear through the grapevine that Siren was getting married, that Siren could not get the woman to shut up until…

» Chat with the folks Part 2

Mission: Spikes and Ties
Posted on Sun Apr 13th, 2014 @ 6:48pm by Lieutenant Commander Elizabeth Stone & Marine Captain Paul Winchester

Paul rose from his chair and stood in front of them both and said, “Mom, Dad I have the pleasure of informing you both that I am getting married to Lieutenant Commander Stone.” He continued, “Who by the way used to be my Marine XO.” He noticed his mother’s eyes…

» Traveling Soldier - Coming Home

Mission: Undercut
Posted on Sat Apr 12th, 2014 @ 1:57pm by Chief Warrant Officer Curither Bran & Petty Officer 1st Class Aidon Jetzi

When Aide got the word of the event he was waiting for, he was impatient for Meetok to go back into his kennel and almost considered letting him run free until he got back, but he was still a puppy and Aide didn’t have enough time to undue all the…

Latest Personal Logs

» Life

Posted on Tue Mar 25th, 2014 @ 3:44pm 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 @ 2:14pm 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 @ 11:01am 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 Wed Oct 16th, 2013 @ 4:43am 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.…

» A Letter Home

Posted on Tue Sep 10th, 2013 @ 1:42pm by Petty Officer 2nd Class Amber Jones

Dear Mom and Dad and family,

We are here on Bajor for some shore leave. It is really a bit strange to only have been on the Gemini for a short time and then go right to shore leave. I've met a lot of great people on the ship while…