Welcome to the U.S.S. Artemis!

"The Artemis is not like other ships... It's not suited for everyone, so you'll find this crew...different, oftentimes. What you make of that and what you do with it is, ultimately, up to you."
--Captain Desiree Taliano, SD240807.24

The USS Artemis was originally commissioned as a border patrol vessel with an updated version of the ship's class along with a handful of experimental systems. She was a ship without many frills, and a lot of fight. Her launch officially took place on Stardate 240609.26, under the command of Captain Desiree Taliano. They went out looking to keep their corner of Federation space safe, and they certainly found more than they bargained for.

In late 2413, amid the civil war of the Federation, the USS Artemis just...disappeared.

Now, it seems that she has been found. The Artemis is coming home, but first is the grave mystery of what happened to her? Starfleet decides to assemble a crew to go out and investigate her, before bringing her home, mixing former Artemis crew along with new blood.

What will they find? What secrets does the Artemis now hold? And when she goes back out to patrol the border, what new trouble will she find?


Latest News Items

» Week LOA

Posted on Sat Jan 13th, 2018 @ 1:40am by Ensign Zihisa Zatyl in General News

Starting tomorrow (1/13) to 1/20 I'll be on vacation in Mexico. I'll have semi-stable internet connection so I'll try and respond as much as I can but it'll be slow.


Latest Mission Posts

» SD 241801.19: On ship, In Space and Cave (again, I suck with titles)

Mission: Ab Antiquo
Posted on Fri Jan 19th, 2018 @ 11:28pm by Commander Anakah Lance & Commander Andrea Malone & Lieutenant Commander Terrik A'nahara

=/\= Main Engineering =/\=

“Whatever the ensign is doing, it’s helping. Things are still chaotic, but we’re starting to come around and get on top of things,” a Lieutenant was talking to Terrik as the CEO worked on a console.

Sparing a quick glance to the engineer, Terrik nodded, “Good.…


» SD24180117 | PLOT LOG | "Out of the Frying Pan..."

Mission: Ab Antiquo
Posted on Thu Jan 18th, 2018 @ 1:36am by Captain Brynhild Kleim

=/\= Bridge, USS Artemis =/\=

"The good news is that Commander Malone and the very small number of fighters still functioning managed to destroy the probe," Lieutenant Rheye reported, using the very small number of sensors that were still functioning. "The bad news is that it didn't do much to…


» SD 241801.14 | Joint Duty Log | Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?

Mission: Ab Antiquo
Posted on Mon Jan 15th, 2018 @ 3:47am by Lieutenant Cohen Bram & Commander Anakah Lance & Commander Dakota & Major S Pilgrim & Sergeant Thomas Buckley

“Sergeant, be ready,” Pilgrim said in response to Buckley’s question.

Ready for what? Though part of Lance had a bad feeling she knew what the ‘what’ was. She wasn’t going to like it.

Brahm informed the away team, and their would-be captors, that the security officer was indeed dead. Lance…


» SD 241801.13 | Joint Duty Log | Isolating and Purge

Mission: Ab Antiquo
Posted on Sat Jan 13th, 2018 @ 6:13pm by Lieutenant Commander Terrik A'nahara & Ensign Zihisa Zatyl & Ensign Artemis

Zihisa quickly moved to a console and started working on isolating and running diagnostics on the optical data network. Sighing Zihisa tapped a few more buttons as the data from the diagnostics rubbing her eyes. "Hrmmm......." Zihisa said isolating some of the code. Something was off she just couldn't tell…


» SD 241801.08 | Back Log | A Walk..with a Guest

Mission: Ab Antiquo
Posted on Tue Jan 9th, 2018 @ 3:10am by Ensign Artemis & Lance Corporal Chea Accusay

[[OOC: This post takes place before the current mission.]]

Chea was off duty. Not much use for a scout without nothing to scout out. Luckily he saw the silver lining to the cloud. He'd decided that he'd scout out the ship. If Im gonna be here, might as well get…


Latest Personal Logs

» SD241709.20|Personal log| Check in the dark

Posted on Thu Sep 21st, 2017 @ 1:47am by Major S Pilgrim


=/\= a poker game, New Orleans =/\=

Pilgrim fiddled with the pile of gold-pressed latinum in front of him, and watched his opponent across the table. The opponent was a human, which was Pilgrim's favorite variety to play against. There were, of course, all kinds who would try their hand…