Thomas Chambers

Welcome to our free Star Trek email game. For 20 years, STF has provided a place for anyone to roleplay a character inside the universe as created by Gene Roddenberry. Members from all over the world, who share the optimistic view of humanity going out into the stars, play together to explore that universe.

Currently, we have two ships, with two crews who write and have fun together.

The fleet has been engaged in a Federation wide civil war, encountered the subspace tunnel network and have returned to our charter of exploration. 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.

You don’t need to be an expert writer or master of all things Star Trek. You just need to have an imagination and you, like Lieutenant Thomas Chambers, can become a part of our family.

The Academy awaits you... Anthony Keen, Jopek, Federation President


Engineering Update - 6th November

Note : The website is being updated to version 16. I'll document the changes here and in the #engineering page of our Discord

-Added the new front page with the new design and links
-Removed the forums
-Wiki repaired, cleaned and moved to new domain (
-Fleet section design updated
-HQ Section Updated
-Academy Updated

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"For thousand years, Vulcans have learned that logic was ontological. It was the beginning and the end of everything. Learning to disregard their own opinion and look the world from the eyes of everyone, they have come to see and understand science objectively. It is ironical, however, that despite having build all this with their logic, they have forgotten the most essential, the foundation of logic itself. No argument can be made without a premise, and no premise exist by itself in nature. Ideas, concepts, reason, whatever is the substance of logic doesn't exist anywhere else except in someone's mind or brain. We are not in the world, but to the world. Before the world unravel to us, we need to make a first step, the step by which the world itself can be apprehended. This is the history of the whole galaxy that the first step is different for everyone. While Vulcans decided that they should step back from their own eyes and look the world from above, Humans have decided to look at the world from within, as their own eyes and own mortality guide them through it. Who can tell which first step is the best? None of them, simply because you can live in the world before you have stepped in it, and once you have, you have already taken a path."