Part of USS Neptune: Darkness Comes Swiftly

USS Neptune: Darkness Comes Swiftly

Michelle Oliver is starting her retaliation for the Tesla's interference with her plans. The Tesla is safe for now, but the world of Captain Ryder will soon be turned upside down. After a surprise transfer to a Vesta Class Michelle begins to work harder to make Ryder pay for what he did.

Mission Description

See the side of the enemy from Michelle Oliver and her new partner Ajis. Darkness is coming and no one knows just what is in store for the Fringe Worlds.

About the Mission

Status
In Progress
Total Stories
24
Start Date
21/08/2021

26 August 2022

Never Tell Me The Odds

USS Neptune: Darkness Comes Swiftly

Blade arrived at the surface of the planet and silently cursed under his breath. The Captain had said it was supposed to be a forest planet…this was not a forest planet. It was hot and miserable. He decided to look through his gear. The gear he had was not the gear he had packed ‘What is this [...]

25 August 2022

News That Was Thought To Never Come

USS Neptune: Darkness Comes Swiftly

Michael had been given some leave from Jupiter Station and had taken the opportunity to go to earth. He needed to check on some family matters, but also to meet an old friend. The plan was to meet at the Quantum Cafe and that was precisely where Michael sat waiting. The smells of fresh food through [...]

21 April 2022

What's Treason When Your Well Compensated For It

USS Neptune: Darkness Comes Swiftly

It seemed quieter in the installation than usual though none of the staff or ‘guest‘ questioned the eerie silence. Michelle was known to be a bit of an eccentric and what she wanted was the law. The installation was of course hidden deep under the waters of Diitov, but if anyone knew the scale [...]

11 April 2022

A Game of Cat and Mouse Part 1

USS Neptune: Darkness Comes Swiftly

Diitov was a pleasant location mostly because it was quiet and Michelle had the whole planet pretty much to herself. She had decided to come up to the surface for a bit. She was there in the sand just thinking life had not gone how she had expected, but that seemed to be normal for anyone she knew. [...]