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USS Enterprise NCC - 1701-G

scottie1789

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Report this Feb. 11 2008, 11:58 pm

USS Enterprise 1701-G is set in Year 2420 in the fleet Juno Fleet. The finest and the most powerful ship ever created in Starfleet history.  In the year 2415, Starfleet Command wanted to give the Enterprise more power in the way of armor and shielding, the result was the Supreme Class vessel, taken from the old Sovereign Class design the Supreme Class vessel was designed to be a full battleship and geared not just for exploration but for defense. This new ship became the spearhead of Juno Fleet and Starfleet Command, Enterprise being the Flagship of the fleet.

Her current mission:

The Enterprise's Beta Warp Core has been breached and is leaking warp core fluid, to combat this problem the Chief Engineer suggested a Tri-cobalt torpedo to seal off the core. His suggestion was acknowledged and the torpedo was fired.  Unknown to the crew, the ship's Beta Core was still online and operative.  The fluid leakage coupled with the exploding Tri-cobalt torpedo, caused a sub-space tear throwing the USS Enterprise into another dimension, one that plays by a whole different set of rules.

Join our crew and see the excitement that we have and will have as we follow the legacy of the Enterprises before us and boldly go where no person has gone before.

We have many of assistant positions open and we would like members that have good role-playing skills, and can write new and interesting ideas for the ship, members that can role-play when there is no action and who can keep other crewmembers interested as well. If you like to write and have fun then this is the ship for you.

THIS SIMM IS ONLY FOR ROLEPLAYERS WITH GREAT WRITING STYLES AND GOOD GRAMMAR.  PLEASE IF YOU ARE NEW TO ROLEPLAY PLEASE DO NOT JOIN THIS SIMM.  

If you are a new to role-playing, I recommend Captain Andrew Smith in Juno Fleet, USS Archimedes, http://ussarchimedes.junofleet.com, where they teach and show people how to RPG correctly.

SIMM Info:

Looking for:


Computer Systems Specialist
Chief Diplomatic Officer
Chief Operations Officer
Assistant Chief Flight Control Officer
Assistant Chief Tactical Officer
Assistant Councilor
Assistant Chief Strategic Operations Officer
Assistant Chief Diplomatic Officer
Assistant Chief Operations Officer
Assistant Chief Science Officer
Marine Executive Officer
Wing Executive Commander
Chef

We have a host of other positions aboard from Non-Commissioned Officers to Warrant Officers to Officers, in this way we hope to create a complete manifest, to give the ship a more realistic feel, meaning that you could be a petty officer and still have a interesting life on a ship, in this case the Enterprise.

Please complete the application fully, so that you will be accepted more quickly.  This is a high caliber SIMM, so good grammar and a great command of the English language is necessary.

CO: Commodore Scott F. Brennan
XO: Commander Yanou Seifer

Type Site: SMS (SIMM Management System)
Ship Site: http://ussenterprise.junofleet.com
Fleet Site: www.junofleet.com

CO Email: generaltiger17@hotmail.com

RooseHurro

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Report this Feb. 14 2008, 1:37 am

Question: Isn't firing a Tri-Cobalt torpedo at the warp core inside a vessel a verrry bad idea? I mean, there's got to be a better way to seal a fluid leak! Still, I like the idea of a ship being flung into another dimension... it does indeed result in Captain and Crew going "Where no man has gone before"......... but I'd find another way to do it.


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scottie1789

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Report this Feb. 14 2008, 7:09 pm

lol well it is true that the cobalt torp was a bad idea, lol.   I  can't remember why we did it though ahahah

RooseHurro

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Report this Feb. 14 2008, 7:41 pm

I think you need to fire your engineer. He/she/it definitely doesn't know what they're doing....

"AHHHH!!! WE'VE SPRUNG A LEAK! SHOOT IT! SHOOT IT!"


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scottie1789

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Report this Feb. 15 2008, 2:04 am

LOL well he is the best i've seen and I believe at the time he gave me a good explanation, lol.

RooseHurro

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Report this Feb. 15 2008, 4:25 am

A good explaination? After how many shots of whiskey?


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scottie1789

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Report this Feb. 15 2008, 9:47 am

Well i found out why we did it, we had a huge whole in our core and everyone would have died if we didnt' seal it as quickly as possible.  Being scientific, the tri cobalt torp would be hot enough to seal the armour back together again.

kirkkid7

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Report this Feb. 15 2008, 9:51 am

there is only 1 really origanal sim i can think of, it is a very good one, and if i had time i'd join, but sadly i don't.

FYI, ^^^thats not your sim i'm talking about. :p

scottie1789

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Report this Feb. 15 2008, 4:33 pm

ahhh.... what? What about original simms? That wasn't the discussion here. lol

RooseHurro

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Report this Feb. 15 2008, 6:07 pm

Yes, we were discussing how many shots of whiskey it took to get the Chief Engineer drunk....


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scottie1789

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Report this Feb. 16 2008, 1:30 am

lol, actually in his case it would be bloodwine.

RooseHurro

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Report this Feb. 16 2008, 2:15 am

Bloodwine in large quantities can be quite dangerous... must have a six bottle a day habit. Sounds like a job for AAA to tackle. Always best to call in professional help, for such extreme addictions....


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Report this Feb. 16 2008, 6:56 am

Quote (scottie1789 @ Feb. 15 2008, 7:47 am)
Well i found out why we did it, we had a huge whole in our core and everyone would have died if we didnt' seal it as quickly as possible. ¿Being scientific, the tri cobalt torp would be hot enough to seal the armour back together again.

but...... wouldn't the resulting explosion just about wipe everyone in that section out? I mean an unshielded hit with just a photon torpedo can pretty much royally mess up any ship

and being that the Deterium is like several decks right above the warp core in basically all federation ship designs, and the anti-matter right below, I'm sure the resulting explosion would also damage the fuel transfer lines, which would allow the anti-matter to react with the matter all around it, and then you'd have a cascading explosion that would lead to an anti-matter containment breach firework show that would leave maybe a few microns of debris to be thrown into an alternate dimension... but that's about it :laugh:

scottie1789

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Report this Feb. 16 2008, 9:39 am

Hmmm... well for one thing our warp cores are horizantal so the way you are describing the decks mightn' happen in this case.

RooseHurro

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Report this Feb. 16 2008, 6:03 pm

I'm reminded of the scene where Crocodile Dundee went fishing with dynamite.... :D


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