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USS Sarek (Archive): Sea Lion Cave

The USS Sarek was launched with a twin sister, USS Olympic. Togther, they're drawn into the spiral of mystery inside the Dyson Sphere!

Mission Description

Before Blood Dilithium, before the USS Briagdoon, Captain Taes was entrusted with command of Sarek Squadron.  While the USS Sarek has embarked on solving science mysteries, the USS Olympic served as a mobile academic conference and embassy for the Romulan Free State scientists who served across both ships.

In their first joint mission, Sarek Squadron has been assigned to explore the Dyson Sphere first discovered by Starfleet in 2369.  They weren’t the first Starfleet explorers to search the sphere, nor will they be the last.

“Sea Lion Cave” is a Sarek Squadron mission told through stories occurring across the USS Sarek and the USS Olympic.  The complete story order, with their associated command, is in the links below:

 

(Image of Captain Taes is AI generated by the Lensa app)

About the Mission

Command
Status
Complete
Total Stories
4
Start Date
02/02/2023
End Date
25/04/2023

7 April 2023

Sea Lion Cave - 3

USS Sarek (Archive): Sea Lion Cave

The beaches on this inner curve of the Dyson Sphere rivalled the tranquillity of the golden Murona beaches on Trill and the natural wonders of the Piri Island coasts on Betazed.  The humidity was low and the climate meandered towards temperately warm.  The sand felt firm but forgiving [...]

27 March 2023

Sea Lion Cave - 2

USS Sarek (Archive): Sea Lion Cave

Captains Log, Stardate 77701.1,   Sarek Squadron has encountered the Dyson Sphere.   The USS Sarek was launched as one of Starfleet’s great experiments to find a pathway to peace with the Romulan Free State.  Our goal is to learn how to work together, in little ways and big ways, [...]

27 February 2023

Sea Lion Cave - Prologue

USS Sarek (Archive): Sea Lion Cave

Another time.  2381.   The turbolift ride to the science deck was jarring.  The transgression to her senses had nothing to do with the relative speed or gravity, nor the gentle whisper of the turbolift car gliding along its track.  In fact, Ensign Taes could identify no [...]