Welcome to Star Trek: Peregrine!

The Treaty of Bajor ended the Dominion War in 2375, but ten years later the Alpha and Beta Quadrants are still recovering: Cardassia in ruins, thousands of ships and lives lost amongst the allies, and psychological trauma for all. A brief spot of hope emerged in 2378 when the USS Voyager returned to the Federation and seemingly crippled the Borg, though the technology brought with it was quickly buried to prevent a new arms race. The next year, 2379 saw the stunning coup of Shinzon of Remus, further destabilizing the Romulan Star Empire and straining the good will between the powers from the Dominion War. A decade of providing reconstruction assistance to her former enemies drains the public support of Starfleet as well.

Still, in the years since, the Alpha and Beta quadrants have reached a state of seeming peace, with the tripartite alliance managing to hold: a state that is seemingly desired by all powers, which led to the formation of the Peregrine Commission. Conceived as a coalition task force amongst the tripartite alliance, along with the Cardassian Union, the project was ambitious in its scope: prevent future wars before they started by joint diplomacy, intelligence, and strategic intervention. Sadly, the project has failed before it was able to start.

In March of 2385 two unthinkable things occurred at once. First a Ferengi terrorist cell controlled by the enigmatic Black Nagus managed to place a mole in the Commission and made a daring attack, abducting the Commissions chief architect, Fleet Admiral Berman, and leaving others missing, presumed abducted or dead. Almost simultaneously, news of the impending supernova of Eisn, the Romulan Star, and the corresponding destruction of Romulus and Remus became public, rocking the quadrant. Now the much reduced Commission must attempt to fulfil its mandate against Romulan splinter factions while investigating and hunting down the Black Nagus.

Star Trek: Peregrine is rated 16+.


Latest Mission Posts

» Fox in the Henhouse

Mission: S1 "The Invisible Hand"
Posted on Wed Jul 1st, 2020 @ 9:23pm by Brigadier General Ieuan Matashi & Major Sara Mattis

The three days it took to travel to the Station was ample time that Sara used to prepare herself for this new role. Her cover was to be the Commission's new Intel Chief. This was perfect cause it would give her the access and oversight to conduct the real investigation…


» Title Redacted

Mission: Mission 0 - "Auld Lang Syne"
Posted on Thu Jun 18th, 2020 @ 12:52am by Major Sara Mattis & Captain Kenneth Grant

Captain Warren Ulysses Rockefeller III reclined in his chair as he swirled a glass of brandy with his left hand. Today would be a glorious day. He almost could not believe his luck. Berman, the idiot bleeding heart, had seen his chicken come home to roost and was safely ensconced…


» Incoming Transmission

Mission: S1 "The Invisible Hand"
Posted on Sat Jun 13th, 2020 @ 8:48pm by Commander Matthew Rutherford M.D.

Having reported their findings regarding the murdered planetary security officer, Commander Rutherford returned to the Main Infirmary to make sure that the situation was in hand before heading back to his quarters to catch a few hours’ sleep.

He pulled off his scrubs, dropping them on the floor as he…


» Aftermath 2.1 -- Two Captains and a Romulan

Mission: Mission 1 - "Advent"
Posted on Sat May 2nd, 2020 @ 12:20pm by Brigadier General Ieuan Matashi & Captain Kenneth Grant & Captain Tivan & Decebal

Thirty minutes. Half an hour. That was the timeline between ending a phonecall with the Admiralty and assembling the players for the next step. Ieuan had managed to take a very quick shower, and have a small selection of pastries, coffee, and a tea service delivered to his office, placed…


» Aftermath 2.3 -- Is There a ME in the House?

Mission: Mission 1 - "Advent"
Posted on Fri May 1st, 2020 @ 10:34pm by Commander Yakov Veselovsky DPN & Commander Matthew Rutherford M.D.

Things had been busy in the infirmary, though thankfully there were not too many major injuries had been suffered. A couple of people had suffered burns, and there were some sprains and bruises from panic. Even on the station, it appeared whatever had happened had managed to avoid security. Still,…