Watchtower-class • DS-108 • Task Force 47


“I had my choice of any job in the fleet. I didn’t want some cushy job …I wanted this. The farthest reaches of the galaxy. One of the most remote outposts available. This is where the adventure is. This is where heroes are made. Right here… in the wilderness.”
~ Julian Bashir, 2369 (“Emissary”)

Commissioned in the year 2293, shortly before the signing of the Khitomer Accords, the Watchtower-class Eos Station was a military outpost along the Romulan Neutral Zone. Charged with gathering intel on the Romulans, defense of the Federation borders, and keeping tabs on our Romulan neighbors, Eos Station was the best of the best. Equipped with all the latest technology of the day, Eos Station was a shining beacon for the Federation.

Following the Tomed Incident in 2311, the Romulan Star Empire entered a prolonged period of total isolation. In that time, politics changed, people changed, and the Federation’s needs changed. Once a part of the old guard, Eos was relegated to an overequipped, unimportant outpost along a border of the Federation that seemingly no longer mattered. Over the following decades, Eos fell into disrepair due to her low-priority status.

2400 was the year that changed everything for Eos Station as the collapse of the Romulan Star Empire of Rator and the de facto Romulan civil war changed the landscape once again. Eos Station, once inactive, has been revived to play a critical role in safeguarding the Federation’s borders. Positioned opposite the Romulan Free State, she serves as a warning to the independent Romulan factions, all vying for control.

With T’Met and Freecloud as your neighbors, what could possibly go wrong?

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The stories and content for Eos Station are rated 222 on the RPG Ratings Scale.

Swearing, violence, and mild sexual content may be present.

It is intended for all audiences ages 16+.

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31 March 2024

Betrayal At Eos

Eos Station: Echoes of the Empire

Elena Mitchell stood in the middle of operations, her eyes glued on the viewscreen as reports of increased tensions flooded in from across the Alpha and Beta Quadrants. The political landscape had swerved once again, leaving Starfleet in a shaky position. She may not have understood it all, but she [...]

12 March 2024

Shadows at Eos

Eos Station: Echoes of the Empire

As news of Ambassador T’vel’s death started to filter throughout the entire station, a noticeable tension seemed to fill the air. To the casual observer, this was a tragic loss for the Romulan delegation; however, to Rempeck, it was a stark reminder of the delicate balance between diplomacy and [...]

11 March 2024

Echoes at Eos

Eos Station: Echoes of the Empire

In the holodeck aboard Eos Station, Sezra Prad found herself surrounded by the holographic representations of her past hosts. She had been prepping for this session for some time now, but nothing had prepared her for the moment she saw them. It was odd, looking at people that were both her and not [...]

3 March 2024

Catastrophe At Eos

Eos Station: Echoes of the Empire

  “Commodore, I strongly disagree with this move,” Elena protested one last time. She knew it wouldn’t work, but that nagging need to object before the Commodore cut her off was strong. “This isn’t a good move, not now, at least. I just took over, and we are still neck-deep in [...]