Welcome to the U.S.S. Elysium!


"We know what we are, but know not what we may be" - William Shakespeare

The U.S.S. Elysium is the first of her class and apart of Starfleet's Ninth (Obsidian) Fleet, under the Command of one the youngest CO in the Fleet, the Elysium's role is one of diplomacy, scientific discovery and support in times of need. Boasting the most advanced technology available to the Federation and being fully holographic capable with a Ship AI to assist with basic functions.

Elysium is home to some of the brightest minds in Starfleet as well as some unique positions, there is the Office of Internal Affairs and the elusive Department of Temporal Investigations which allows the Elysium to respond to any issue in her vicinity or threat to the timeline. There is also the first of 4 mobile branches of Starfleet Academy where cadets from all around the Federation can get hands-on experience aboard a fully operational Starfleet Vessel under the watchful gaze of an official representative of the Academy.

Our story so far...

Previously on the USS Elysium,

In 2394, and the Elysium was lost. But now, the Elysium returns home, without the Admiral. And the crew, led by Commander Phoenix Lalor, faced an uncertain future ahead. With a crew which is a mix of old and new faces, the Crew of the Elysium sets out to reclaim their place in the Fleet, and to show that the trust Sharr had placed in them was not misplaced. After a year of threats, mutiny, betrayal and weird encounters, the Elysium has survived their first 12 months under the Command of now Captain Lalor.

We join the Elysium as they enter a new year, 2395, though this New Year brings more challenges and more horrors...

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USS Elysium follows the Destruction of Romulus timeline in accordance with Fleet Council Measure 046.

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    » Happy Birthday, DeForest Kelley!

    Posted on Mon Jan 21st, 2019 @ 3:21am by Lieutenant JG Gallia Norris in General News

    Just a little hats off for one of the great stars who over fifty years ago helped lay the groundwork that lets us have this game today. Happy 99th Birthday to the wonderful DeForest Kelley.

    » 2018 Survey!

    Posted on Sat Dec 29th, 2018 @ 11:20am by Captain Phoenix Lalor in Sim Announcement

    Our Annual Survey! Please respond to it!


    It is open until the 29/1/19

    It helps when you reply to it!

    » Please welcome: New Player.

    Posted on Mon Dec 17th, 2018 @ 10:29am by Captain Phoenix Lalor in General News

    Good morning,

    Please welcome Rich and his character Lieutenant Robert Atkinson, our academy commandant.


    Capt. P Lalor

    » New Player: Please welcome!

    Posted on Sat Dec 15th, 2018 @ 4:23pm by Captain Phoenix Lalor in General News

    Good afternoon,

    Please welcome Dane as Lieutenant JG German Galven Dr, our new assistant chief of Science.

    Kind regards

    Captain Lalor

    » Mission Closing!

    Posted on Mon Dec 10th, 2018 @ 6:50am by Captain Phoenix Lalor in Sim Announcement

    Hi All

    In 48 hours, I will be closing the R&R Mission. So get your posts completed!

    Capt. Lalor

    Latest Mission Posts

    » Stolen Moments

    Mission: Season 2: Episode 3: Determination is not always a good thing
    Posted on Sun Jan 20th, 2019 @ 5:59am by Corporal Mona Lott & Petty Officer 1st Class Fernando De La Rosa

    Cortic IV, Planet's Surface

    Fernando looked around as he entered the tent. Good, no one other than the one he wanted to see was there and her back was turned away from him. He hoped she wouldn't get mad but he had to see her. They had gotten closer and…

    » Gues Who's Coming To Dinner?

    Mission: Season 2: Episode 3: Determination is not always a good thing
    Posted on Sat Jan 19th, 2019 @ 3:59pm by Captain Phoenix Lalor & Commander Gary Taylor

    Gary walked towards Phoenix's Ready Room.She needed to know about the situation regarding Lt. Hoffman and the fact that in two days they would have a Klingon Bird of Prey sitting off their port bow.

    The conversation with Kara's parents, her biological one was still ringing in his ears as…

    » Arts and Crafts of Espionage

    Mission: Season 2: Episode 3: Determination is not always a good thing
    Posted on Sat Jan 19th, 2019 @ 12:38am by Lieutenant Commander Estelle Hertz MD & Corporal Mona Lott & Lieutenant JG Gallia Norris

    Estelle joined Gallia, as the engineer had requested, which had probably been a wise move on the engineer’s part. She was entitled to a break, and this time she took full advantage of it. She was too nervous, too shaky to be any good anyway, and she didn’t want to…

    » Getting Approval

    Mission: Season 2: Episode 3: Determination is not always a good thing
    Posted on Sat Jan 19th, 2019 @ 12:31am by Lieutenant Commander Estelle Hertz MD & Petty Officer 1st Class Anya Neeze & Corporal Mona Lott & Commander Gary Taylor & Lieutenant Commander Anje Brett & Lieutenant JG Gallia Norris

    “I’m calling the ship”, Estelle decided. “Hertz to Taylor. Commander, I think we have a lead on Liorga’s position. Would you join us down here, plan her rescue?”

    The reply was instantaneous, "Taylor to Hertz. I will beam down to your location shortly. Have any ideas for rescue to be…

    » An Ear to Bend, A Shoulder to Cry On

    Mission: Season 2: Episode 3: Determination is not always a good thing
    Posted on Fri Jan 18th, 2019 @ 1:36pm by Commander Liselle Qwyyn & Commander Gary Taylor

    Qwyyn paced the same line back and forth in her quarters for so long that she imagined would need the entire stretch of carpet pulled and replaced. She needed to talk to someone. She could go to the Captain, explain to her how badly she didn't want her sister to…

    Latest Personal Logs

    » Sidelined...

    Posted on Sun Jan 20th, 2019 @ 4:08pm by Lieutenant JG Gallia Norris

    So here I am, sittin' around with a thumb in my bum waitin' for others to come rescue Liorga. This is utter crap! I mean, I can handle myself, don't let the fact I'm an engineer fool ya...

    But, here I am, sittin' it out for reasons I can't fathom.…

    » one on one

    Posted on Wed Jan 16th, 2019 @ 9:25am by Legate Toran - Son of Thopok House of Thopak

    Ambassadors Personal log:

    I for the first time in my life had to come to school to get Jera, and then take her sick bay...
    Broken nose, this time not because she fell out of a tree, because she was stuck in the face by another student, who was taken…

    » "More to Life"

    Posted on Thu Jan 10th, 2019 @ 6:43pm by Lieutenant Commander Tate Sullivan Ph.D.

    "Computer, begin recording… I thought it was about time I record one of these. After all, as much as some people just like recording these personal logs, Starfleet counseling has suggested doing so reduces stress and helps people develop their own problem solving skills. In short, they've determined sometimes just…

    » After the Party

    Posted on Sun Jan 6th, 2019 @ 5:32pm by Lieutenant Commander Matias Grronkil

    Personal Log, Lt. Commander Matias Grronkil, Chief Engineer, USS Elysium.

    The Christmas party, at first was a little boring, as nobody noticed the green-clad Grinch. So I came out of my shell and mixed with the party-goers. I participated in several dances and actually connected with somebody, a male lover.…

    » Transferred again.

    Posted on Sun Jan 6th, 2019 @ 3:50pm by Lieutenant JG Orin Sempton

    "Computer, begin log entry."

    Beep Beep, Log entry started. Say 'End log' when complete.

    "It's Stardate... Wait, what day is it? Hold on it's WHAT!? Okay, so apparently I haven't slept in three days. That explains the stubble."

    *sounds of water and splashing*

    "Ugh, that feels a bit better. Where…