Star Trek

USS Amandora

Welcome to the USS Amandora, a play by email Simulation. Feel free to explore our pages and learn more about the USS Amandora, its crew and its missions. If you have any questions at all, feel free to contact me!!
Happy Simming!


The USS Amandora operates in the Star Year 2400. In a universe 30 years after the voyages of the USS Enterprise E. In this universe the Hobus star didn't explode and Vulcan still exists. Join us in forging a path of trek not taken as we boldly go where others chose not to go. The Planet Romulus still exists as well. Are you brave enough to join us as we explore a newly discovered region of space. The Sagittarius System still lies within the Milky Galaxy. Are you brave enough to join us as we explore this uncharted region of space? Are you brave enough as we seek out new friends and enemies that lie there? If this sounds like something you’d like to do then join us!

We are a Galaxy Class Star Ship under the direct of command of Commodore Cyndi Song. Join our adventures today as we seek out what is there be it friend or foe.

Commodore Cyndi Song
Commanding Officer
USS Amandora

USS Amandora operates in the Star Year 2400. In a universe 30 years after the voyages of the USS Enterprise E. In this universe the Hobus star didn't explode and Vulcan still exists. Join us in forging a path of trek not taken as we boldly go where others chose not to go.


Latest News Items

» Website Updates

Posted on Sat May 2nd, 2020 @ 3:39pm by Lieutenant Amethyst Raymond in General News

Hi all,

I've added a few things to the website;

First off there's a Deck Plan.

Plus I've added some information to the wiki pages. To view them please;
- Navigate to the Wiki page
- Choose categories
- Choose Galaxy Class

You'll find information on the Main Bridge, Main Engineering and the Recreational Systems.

I would add images to the tour but I haven't figured out how to add working images as yet!


» Mission Is Up

Posted on Tue Mar 31st, 2020 @ 1:43pm by Commodore Cyndi Song in General News

New mission is up. Posting numbers revert back to one. Please remember to number your posts. Let's have fun here!!


Latest Mission Posts

» Post #36 Nasty Surprises pt II

Mission: Star Base Mercury
Posted on Mon Sep 21st, 2020 @ 2:33pm by Commodore Cyndi Song & Commander Will Raymond & Lieutenant Amethyst Raymond & Captain David Hurd Senior

{ON}

Amethyst sat and watched as the man who was holding her phaser paced back and forth, she could sense his fear, worry, and determination. Whatever was going on he wasn’t going to give up easily. “Why are you doing this?” She gave him a concerned look.

“I told you,…


» Post Number 35 Requesting permission

Mission: Star Base Mercury
Posted on Mon Sep 21st, 2020 @ 1:24am by Commodore Cyndi Song & Lieutenant Tore Bjorgo M.D. & Lieutenant JG Kelliza "Liza" Kahn

ON:

Having been talking about it for days, Kahn and Bjorgo finally decided to take their interests to the Commodore. Moving together, Liza in her Command red and Tore in his Science blue, they arrived at the door in question. "Go ahead," said Bjorgo, grinning and motioning towards the chime…


» #34 Logistics

Mission: Star Base Mercury
Posted on Sun Sep 20th, 2020 @ 11:04pm by Lieutenant JG Kelliza "Liza" Kahn & Lieutenant Damien Saunders

[ON:]

= The time is now 0900 Hours. = The computer replied to Damien's request for an alarm to notify him.

He had to be at the Chiefs office. He had requested a meeting through coms prior for 0900. He hadn't had a chance to check the Operations Officer's reply,…


» #33 Meeting The Boss

Mission: Star Base Mercury
Posted on Sun Sep 20th, 2020 @ 10:51pm by Lieutenant Tore Bjorgo M.D. & Lieutenant Kristian Long

ON:

After checking to make sure he things had been delivered to her quarters, Kristian decided it was time to meet the Chief Medical Officer Kristian changed into a fresh uniform and pulled her long hair into a ponytail, braided it and doubled it before securing it, pulled on her…


» #32 The chase

Mission: Star Base Mercury
Posted on Sun Sep 20th, 2020 @ 2:54am by Lieutenant JG Kelliza "Liza" Kahn

ON:

"Make a hole!" Shouted Kahn as she sprinted down a corridor on Mercury. The small group of officers she was speaking to as she ran plastered themselves against the walls to give her room. ZOOM! She never slowed as she ran passed them and came to a four-way, spining…


Latest Personal Logs

» Personal Log Entry 11-3

Posted on Thu Jul 23rd, 2020 @ 4:07pm by Lieutenant Damien Saunders

Assistant Chief Engineers Personal Log
Stardate: Supplementary

Yeah, well shit. It happened. I made a complete fool of myself. The first of many, I am sure. I was in the main engineering... Thank god there were only two Engineers around. I completed a combination stack of Bio-Gel Packs and Isolinear…


» Personal Log Entry 11-2

Posted on Thu Jul 23rd, 2020 @ 3:57pm by Lieutenant Damien Saunders

Assistant Chief Engineers Personal Log
Stardate - Supplementary


It has been a short while that I have been transferred to the Assistant Chief Engineering Position on the USS Amandora.

There is no Chief. I guess that makes me the Chief, without the title. That doesn't bother me, it is just…


» First Impressions

Posted on Fri Apr 17th, 2020 @ 3:58am by Lieutenant Bjorn Magnuson

Stratigic Operations Officer's Personal Log

Stardate 97892.23

Well, our meet and greet was a train wreck. The Romulan, in typical Romulan narcissistic style focused all the attention on herself. I will never trust a Romulan or a Vulcan for that matter. Gotta keep my eye on that one.

The Marine…


» Back in the saddle again

Posted on Fri Apr 3rd, 2020 @ 7:02pm by Lieutenant Bjorn Magnuson

Personal log: Stardate 97855.65

Well, I'm almost to Saturn yard and it's going to be cutting it close. I'll have to go straight to the Captain once I get aboard and report for duty.

I did a bit of research on the Captain and she's a bit of a closed…


» Changing Uniforms

Posted on Sat Feb 29th, 2020 @ 11:37am by Commander Will Raymond

Personal Log Stardate suppliental

It been a long road getting from there to here. Grandpa Ike says it will always be so. I suppose he is right.

If being on the Harriman taught me anything it's to never trust a Romulan.

Never trust a Romulan woman for damn sure.

Log…