Starship Independence NX-90201 >> © 2005-2015
background mesh >> ralph schoberth
image >> andrew hodges


:: welcome aboard Starship Independence ::

Starship Independence is an online Star Trek role-playing game (RPG) set in the post-Voyager era of the late 24th century. The Independence is a Sovereign-class starship, Starfleet registry NX-90201, under the command of Captain Breawyn Lem (left), with players from around the globe including Asia, Australasia, Europe and North America.

There are vacancies available in all departments, including Engineering, Flight Control and Navigation (Conn), Medical, Science, Security, Operations and the Starfighter Wing, from cadet and junior officer ranks through to department heads and senior staff.

The game is currently in its tenth year with over 70 "episodes" completed to date. We are always looking for new as well as experienced role-playing gamers and writers to join us, and sign up as an involved and integrated member of our crew! We use a forum-based storytelling system, with a highly character-oriented focus.

If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to drop us a line. Once again, welcome aboard and please feel free to explore our site!

Notable Quotable
"Well, something else struck me last night. Don't you think Admiral Benteen bears an uncanny resemblance to Professor Leah Brahms?"

Chisato shook her head once. "Who's Leah Brahms?"

It was a question that Tsaal knew every answer to. "Oh, just the current director of the Daystrom Institute, graduated summa cum laude, Senior Design Engineer of the fabled Theoratical Propulsion Group at the age of... actually, no one knows her age..."

"But why would they look alike?"

The Tellarite was shocked by Chisato and squealed, "No, no! No reason! I mean, I just think they have inexplicably similar features and I just wondered if you noticed them."
- Lieutenants JG Bayushi Chisato and Ghome chai Tsaal, "Brahms vs Benteen"
from "2.07 - All's Well That Ends Well"

Starship Independence NX-90201
"I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility
against every form of tyranny over the mind of man."
Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)