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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

Operating Mode: YELLOW ALERT
Location: New Bajor, In Orbit
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

» Website Restored

Posted on Thu Oct 30th, 2014 @ 1:42pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in Website Update

Hello, everyone,

The game web site has been restored. I will be uploading/updating the new mission right away. Sorry for any inconvenience!


CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

» Wrapping Up

Posted on Sun Oct 26th, 2014 @ 1:49pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News


I know there are several loose ends with this mission, but we need to wrap it up to move on to the next. I would like to ask for you to please put finishing touches on any outstanding joint posts before Tuesday at midnight. This will allow us to begin a new mission on November 1. While I realize this is abrupt, I think it serves our best interests to expedite the conclusion of this episode and gain momentum with something fresh and new.


CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

» The fish, and such

Posted on Wed Oct 22nd, 2014 @ 5:20pm by Lieutenant Aya in Out of Character

I'll be retiring Aya after I finish up this round of scenes.

Thanks for all the fun. And fish.


» Mission Update

Posted on Sat Oct 11th, 2014 @ 12:04pm by Captain Thomas Hansen in General News

Hi, all! Here is a brief mission update to help us all stay on the same page:

We are currently in MD-05, although I know there are some pending posts on a range of different days. As always, a special thank you to T'Ria who manages our mission timeline (http://ussgemini.org/index.php/wiki/view/page/62). Here is a summary of what is going on:

- LTJG Nwaro Polak, ENS Cindy Chandler, and ENS Elohiran Optun arrived from Deep Space 9 by runabout. With them was a Vorta by the name of Randala who had been kept as a prisoner by the Orion Syndicate in the Alpha Quadrant.

- About mid-day, we confirmed the odd energy field that LTJG Aidan Datari and PO1 Aidon Jetzi was exposed to is the source of their odd symptoms and the ship isn't in danger of some type of contaminant.

- Shortly thereafter, two ships arrived using the same dimensional shifting technology. They identified themselves as the M'Yonta and stated a claim to New Bajor. They are harvesting the rich geothermal energy of the planet, and they have ordered us to withdraw. The ship was placed on standing yellow alert as the ships are still in orbit, threatening the Gemini.

- Mid-afternoon, CAPT Hansen received confirmed orders from Starfleet Command that LCDR Elizabeth "Siren" Stone is being recalled to Deep Space 9 effective immediately. In collaboration with LCDR Gregory O'Shea, CWO Curither Bran has been made interim security chief.

- Late in the evening, CAPT Hansen and LT Aya have gone to visit with the Vorta to gather more information about her imprisonment with the Orion Syndicate as well as what she knows about the M'Yonta.

- There an on-going investigation regarding LT Winchester's verbal assault on LT Aya, and the captain is determining whether the misconduct warrants non-judicial punishment.

I would like for us to continue apace so that we can wrap up this mission and move on to the next soon!


CAPT Thomas Hansen
Commanding Officer
USS Gemini

» Sorry For Brief Delay In Responses From Me

Posted on Thu Oct 2nd, 2014 @ 1:15am by Lieutenant Commander Gregory O'Shea MD in General News

Hello all,

I just wanted to offer my apologies for the lack of activity on my part on the last few days.

My friends was in a rather serious car accident and, well, he's doing better now, but it was touch and go for a few days.

Thereafter I returned home...only to find that my laptop had died. As in completely died, wouldn't even turn on - when I did try to turn it on, the damned thing started billowing out smoke. So yeah, there's that. I've since bought a new laptop, hence how I am now able to write this message. I bought it yesterday, it's a nice enough laptop but they didn't have a laptop with a larger screen that had even vaguely decent specs so I've had to go with an average sized model. My wallet hurts - ouch.

Along with that I'm settling back into University life, which is hectic to say the least. People just don't seem to understand that when studying law, despite the relatively small amount of time spent in lectures, you have to spent a lot of time in private study. If you just attend the lectures, write stuff down and then attend the exam and hope to get a decent mark, you are thoroughly screwed!

Assuming nothing else goes wrong, I will be responding to tags and/or be on the IRC channel this evening if anyone needs to get in touch with me - plus I can actually check my emails now, so if anyone has anything urgent to discuss with me, well, get in touch :)


Latest Mission Posts

» Scientific Solutions

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Fri Oct 31st, 2014 @ 9:48am by Captain Thomas Hansen & Lieutenant Commander Mirta & Lieutenant Tal'jan Mirok


Captain Hansen stepped into the science offices located on deck thirteen and poked his head in to the office belonging to Lieutenant Tal'jan Mirok. "Lieutenant," he said, his arrival most likely completely unexpected, "would you mind joining me?" Without waiting for an answer, he proceeded down to the next…

» Once Upon a Duty Dreary

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Thu Oct 30th, 2014 @ 10:50pm by Lieutenant JG Curither Bran & Chief Petty Officer Aidon Jetzi

Note: This definitely takes place prior to the "Fulfilling One's Duty" post.

Bran set the PADD on the table as he passed from the door into his quarters to the bedroom. His sidearm went on top of that and his tac-vest was folded and set on the counter as he…

» Flummoxed

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Thu Oct 30th, 2014 @ 3:55pm by Lieutenant Nuhinir


Ensign Klen frowned. It wasn't a deep frown. It didn't even convey displeasure or anger. Instead, it was a frown of consternation. He watched an engineer working on an open panel beneath one of the wall-mounted corridor consoles. He didn't think the engineer had noticed him.

The young enlisted…

» A bunk, a post, and a Vulcan to lead me

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Thu Oct 30th, 2014 @ 1:46pm by Lieutenant Nwaro Polak & Commander T'Ria


It was surprising to Polak how easily he was finding his way around an unfamiliar ship. Of course he had been aboard star ships before, but nothing with the pure size of the Gemini. He felt like he'd already run a half marathon, and he still had to head…

» We Are Not Amused

Mission: In Such Shallow Graves
Posted on Thu Oct 30th, 2014 @ 1:46pm by Lieutenant Janet Myles & Ensign Victoria Kingston

She pushed the hypospray into her own arm and took a long deep breath, the circuitry connecting her optical implant to the relevant section of her brain had began to deteriorate at an even faster pace. Her left eye was now sluggish in movement and the vision was cutting in…

Latest Personal Logs

» There and back again.

Posted on Fri Oct 31st, 2014 @ 2:33am by Lieutenant JG S'tasi Shadow-walker

"So I suppose I Should be taking Notes for the transition period aboard the ship," She muttered staring down at the small PADD on her desk. "First day went about as terrible as I expected, Ran into another Vulcan, Though It turns out this one is my boss…" She muttered…

» Opening Log - MD 01 (Backpost)

Posted on Fri Aug 29th, 2014 @ 4:05pm by Lieutenant Nwaro Polak

Personal Log, Cad... Lieutenant Nwaro recording.

The last few days have been a bit of a whirlwind. Everyone always told me that graduating starfleet academy would be the proudest day of my life- that nothing else in my career would top that feeling. I guess most of them have never…

» 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 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…