Season 2: Threads of a Tapestry

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Following the Altai's first foray into exploring the Gamma Quadrant, and their resultant discovery of the Qlo'ka and Glurone, the ship is directed to continue to extend the reach of known Federation space. Clues are found. Hints are dropped. Stones overturned. A series of people, species, and events seemingly connected. But how? And to what?

Group Post Count: 43

Included Missions

Searching for the Lost

Post Count: 17

Repairs have been completed after the Altai's deadly first contact with the Qlo'ka and Glurone. The ship still has some unfilled billets, including some permanent senior staff positions.

Despite the shortage of crew, Starfleet orders the Altai to proceed to the Alpha Remidian system to investigate the disappearance of a planetary survey team. The team, a mix of Starfleet and civilian specialists, were in the Alpha Remidian system cataloging planets for possible Federation colonization efforts. The team was last due to report in two weeks ago. A first attempt to locate the team was abandoned when the ship assigned was struck by a system cascade failure, resulted in the ship being towed to a nearby starbase.

Brief Respite

Post Count: 8

Following their discovery of the Qlo'ka and Glurone, and subsequent battle, the Altai arrives at Starbase 221 for repairs.


Post Count: 6

Returning the survey team to Gamma Command in orbit of New Bajor, the Altai also puts in for resupply. Captain Osegan is hopeful that their visit to the starbase will include some personnel transfers, especially in Security and Tactical.

While in port, the crew is on reduced duty, allowing most of them to enjoy some of the entertainment and recreation options available to them.


Post Count: 12

The Altai is ordered to investigate the discovery of a Federation signal coming from the Quimalia system. The system hasn't had a Federation presence since the initial astrometric survey. But now, three years later, an active message broadcasts, repeating the same two words, "They're coming."