Part of Bravo Fleet: The Archanis Campaign

USS Arcturus: Sea of Fire

A team from the Arcturus wades through fire to find intelligence in the Archanis Campaign

Mission Description

The Arcturus is an Odyssey-class starship imminently prepared to depart once more to the Delta Quadrant. As she is still too far away to participate directly in the Archanis Campaign, one of her Hazard Teams has been redirected to take on scouting duties for the contingent being sent from the Fourth Fleet, aboard New Atlantic-class runabout, the USS Mare Imbrium.

About the Mission

Status
Complete
Total Stories
7
Start Date
13/02/2021
End Date
17/05/2021

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16 July 2021

Resolution

USS Arcturus: Sea of Fire

A single quantum torpedo arced out of one of the forward tubes adjacent to the deflector on the Arcturus and impacted with the center of the former research base, obliterating it in a blue haze of energy. Once they’d evacuated the rest of the refugees to the ship, Captain Lancaster had decided [...]

16 July 2021

Last Stand

USS Arcturus: Sea of Fire

When the Klingons liked something, they stuck with it. With only minor variations between the dozens of models produced, the B’Rel-class bird of prey had remained a dangerous predator for over a hundred years. So far, its presence in the Archanis Eta system had been benign. It appeared to be [...]

16 July 2021

Cry for Help

USS Arcturus: Sea of Fire

The sensor readings were plain as day: two-hundred seventy-three Orions occupied several compartments in the research station’s central structure. The dampening field they’d set up to conceal themselves was relatively easy for the runabout’s sensors to penetrate, which made one [...]

27 March 2021

Small Talk

USS Arcturus: Sea of Fire

The Mare Imbrium‘s warp coils threw a blue glow over the slender, white support arms of Deep Space Research Station A-35. It had taken the team a few hours to get a cable attached from the umbilical port on the runabout to a jerry-rigged adapter on the station’s hull, but it had been [...]