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USS Anaheim: Tending Waves

Thought to exist only in the Delta Quadrant, Underspace corridors are mysteriously opening all over the galaxy. The captain and crew of the USS Anaheim must handle a situation after an aperture opening, which has sent tidal forces of a nearby planet into chaos.

Mission Description

Thought to exist only in the Delta Quadrant, Underspace corridors are mysteriously opening all over the galaxy. The captain and crew of the USS Anaheim must handle a situation after an aperture opening, which has sent tidal forces of a nearby planet into chaos.

 

 

About the Mission

Status
In Progress
Total Stories
4
Start Date
01/07/2024

9 July 2024

Adrift

USS Anaheim: Tending Waves

Moira bit back a curse as she slammed into the console. Sharp pain made it hard to draw breath for a moment, and her fingers flailed to grab onto the smooth sides. It was no use, the ship spun once more and she was thrown to the floor, instinct making her shield her head as she tumbled like a [...]

8 July 2024

Surging ahead

USS Anaheim: Tending Waves

Captain's LogWe have secured and aided the research platforms, which weathered the storm with courage and resilience admirable in any situation. I commend their staff, and have passed such along in my report. The Anaheim's scans have shown the aperture appears to be stabilizing, while there is [...]

7 July 2024

Tempest (Tending Waves pt 2)

USS Anaheim: Tending Waves

“Graviton emissions have declined, the tempest should subside soon sir. Our readings indicate the currents are becoming more stable, and returning to previously recorded levels. There was a lot of seismic activity though sir, the effects of which could easily remain unknown,” Moira’s [...]

5 July 2024

Tempest (Tending Waves pt 1)

USS Anaheim: Tending Waves

Starfleet Research platform Callum wrestled with the straps helping to hold down the crates and other supplies, as the hard rain lashed against the platform. It was hard work, and the sheer strength of the storm was causing more than the dampeners could compensate for. Which meant the supplies the [...]