Welcome to our free Star Trek email role-playing game. For over a decade, STF has been all about people around the world having fun on their ships and making friends, as together we share Gene Rodenberry's vision of Humanity going out into the stars.

We have three ships with on average ten people on board each one, writing and having fun together. However, unlike many other games, our ships also work together and are joined forming the 52nd Fleet, assigned to a sector of space.

The year is 2414 and STF has long departed the canon storyline of Star Trek, forming our own vision of the future, departing around the return of USS Voyager. Since then, the fleet has been engaged in a Federation wide civil war, encountered the core of our game, the subspace tunnel network and now, finally, returned to their charter of exploration and science based missions... for the most part!

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.

Join us today, the Academy awaits you...

Anthony Keen, aka Admiral Jopek, Fleet Commanding Officer, 52nd Fleet

Joran Matthew Brownlee

From the depths of 80 PCs, 359 SPCs and 59 NPCs, this is Lieutenant Joran Matthew Brownlee



Currently, we have 8 cadets in the Academy and Roberto Battistini, Roberto Battistini, Gary Dupree, have recently graduated. Congratulations to them.

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After defeating the Beast on Color II, the Boudicca would stay and help the Colorians bring life back to their colony world. Their main mission would include: to help Color II bring safety back to the public by any means necessary and to the best of their ability return back to normal living. This goal will have many objectives such as: reinstating the local security force, coming up with what do do with the undead still roaming, ensuring no further spreading of the disease, reinstate the govern... See More

"A rock does not need to know that it is a rock, neither that it could be transported by water or melted by heat. It doesn't need to think of what could happen to it, even if there are millions of possible things that could happen to it....because a rock is only there and is affected passively by the current or the wind. It is a contradiction, and nevertheless the most fascinating aspect of every living being : the fact that something that doesn't exist is nevertheless what shape our live the most. No one in the universe as never experienced the future. Indeed, not even the ones who travelled into time as lived the future, as those people lived the future as if it was the present timw....as something that was happening now. We always live in the present time. Our lives are a succession of "now" lasting forever. Nevertheless, the consciousness of something to come is what make us unique. Because our own consciousness separate time into three part, and create a concept like the "future", we are understanding the world not according to what happen now, but according to what might happen. Our lives is not something passive where we are affected passively by things, but we rather apprehend what we will become and what we should do. Time, as we know it, is our own creation, as his freedom. It is not the fact we can take different path that make us free. A lot of things could happen to the rock, and nevertheless it is not free. A human or a Vulcan who things he has no way to escape would not be free even if the door of his cell was not locked. What make us unique....what make freedom valuable, is our unique capacity to conceive the future. It is our capacity to conceive before it even happen, what could happen next. Being free....or having the capacity to choice, it's having the capacity to live in the apprehension of the future. We have the unique capacity to foresee the consequence of our choice before we commit them.Therefore, what distinguishes us from a rock is the fact, while the cause precede the consequence for objects, for the livings, the consequences precede the cause. Indeed, freedom is the capacity to conceive possibilities and to conceive the consequences of our action or our decision before having taken them. Our capacity to be free, and to decide our own faith is exactly that: to live and chose the consequence....to chose and live the future before we even live the present. We know what we want to do or to become, and act in the present accordingly. This is what is freedom. "