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Eos Station

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?

RPG Rating 2 2 2

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+.

Eos Station Division

The Eos Station Division operates within the Alpha Doradus system, specifically at Eos Station (DS108), a Watchtower Class Station. The division is supported by the USS Edison, an Edison-Class starship assigned to border patrol duties. The primary mission of the Eos Station Division is to ensure border safety and provide patrol services, particularly near Freecloud and close to T’Met. The year 2400 marked a significant turning point for sector due to the collapse of the Romulan Star Empire of Rator and the ensuing Romulan civil war, which led to a revitalization of the station’s strategic importance. Eos Station Division now plays a crucial role in safeguarding the borders of the Federation against threats from the Romulan Free State and various independent Romulan factions.

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11 July 2024

Tactical Diplomacy

Eos Station: Vanishing Point

The main docking bay of Eos Station hummed with the usual activity of officers and crew members going about their duties. The general feeling, however, hinted at something far from normal duties. Captain Mitchell stood at the center of the bay, with Commander Harris at her side. Together, they were [...]

11 July 2024

Tangled Webs

Eos Station: Vanishing Point

Elena sat behind the desk, looking out over her office, just sitting there. The only sound was the tapping of the Captain’s fingers as she strummed her left hand across the desk. The only light came from the dimly lit console in front of her. She had been sitting there for what had to have been [...]

30 June 2024

The Fractured Sky

Eos Station: Vanishing Point

A noticable tension floated through Ops as the crew executed Elena’s orders. Elena herself couldn’t believe she had ordered the station to lock down, but she stood firm. It was important. As the chaos of alarms and status reports filled the air, Elena tried to remain relaxed.  It wasn’t [...]

22 June 2024

Unseen Threats

Eos Station: Vanishing Point

The tension on Eos had started to die down; however, it wasn’t gone. Rempeck had been formally appointed as the new Ambassador, the Federation had turned a blind eye in favor of diplomatic relationships, and Elena had been left to pick up the pieces. However, the Captain had bigger problems right [...]