Welcome to our free Star Trek email role-playing game. For over a decade, STF has been all about people around the world having fun on their ships and making friends, as together we share Gene Rodenberry's vision of Humanity going out into the stars.

We have three ships with on average ten people on board each one, writing and having fun together. However, unlike many other games, our ships also work together and are joined forming the 52nd Fleet, assigned to a sector of space.

The year is 2414 and STF has long departed the canon storyline of Star Trek, forming our own vision of the future, departing around the return of USS Voyager. Since then, the fleet has been engaged in a Federation wide civil war, encountered the core of our game, the subspace tunnel network and now, finally, returned to their charter of exploration and science based missions... for the most part!

We have a unique game of long standing, a dedicated membership across the spectrum of ages... and we want you to join us and be a part of this special group.

Join us today, the Academy awaits you...

Anthony Keen, aka Admiral Jopek, Fleet Commanding Officer, 52nd Fleet

Tom Jackson

From the depths of 89 PCs, 363 SPCs and 60 NPCs, this is Captain Tom Jackson

 

 

Currently, we have 4 cadets in the Academy and Edi Marzic, Giles Pichel-Jua, Lenny Fritz, have recently graduated. Congratulations to them.

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Subspace River
Council Overview
Fleet Status
Retired Ships

 

 

After receiving reports that contact has been lost with the research station 'Echo One Zero, the USS Spectre has been sent to find out what has occured. Upon arrival, there are no signs of life, no signs of a conflict and no signs of any efforts by the crew and scientists aboard the station to leave under their own volition. It is a mystery indeed. The Spectre's remit now is to ascertain the cause of the communications loss and to attempt to explain the loss of all those aboard Echo One Zero. Ho... See More

It is better to keep your mouth closed and give the impression of stupidity, than to open it, and remove all doubt.