Part of Bravo Fleet: Phase 2: Horizon

USS Endeavour: The Blood-Dimmed Tide

A hunt for knowledge of the lost Tkon Empire brings Endeavour up against enemies old and new...

Mission Description

The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.

                – ‘The Second Coming,’ William Butler Yeats

About the Mission

Status
Complete
Total Stories
14
Start Date
14/08/2021
End Date
03/09/2021

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2 September 2021

Looks Like an Intervention

USS Endeavour: The Blood-Dimmed Tide

The sheer amount of music in the Starfleet databanks was a source of gentle bewilderment to Dathan. It was such a simple thing to gather a collection of pleasing sounds, but each and every piece she listened to was a snapshot of a culture. Far beyond her reach by time or space, flicking through the [...]

1 September 2021

Spitting it Out

USS Endeavour: The Blood-Dimmed Tide

At a glance, Qualor II and Jhorkesh were not so different. Streets boasted that same kaleidoscope of coloured lights reflecting off brushed metal walls and signs, the same bursting diversity of faces from different worlds, species, cultures. But Jhorkesh was a cramped trade hub in the Neutral Zone, [...]

31 August 2021

Slugging Match

USS Endeavour: The Blood-Dimmed Tide

‘Go!’ Rifle to his shoulder, Rhade laid down suppressive fire as T’Kalla and Shikar broke across the open courtyard to the next point of cover. Kharth and her team had secured the main compound, recovered Captain Rourke, and were holding steady, but they hadn’t yet broken through the [...]

29 August 2021

Throwing Out Protocol

USS Endeavour: The Blood-Dimmed Tide

It was not the first time she had been trapped in a small, dark room, without knowing when or if she’d ever be let out. At first, Dathan had sat still and quiet on the floor, intent she would not give her Romulan captors the satisfaction of seeing her sweat. She had been trained for this, because [...]