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Star Trek: Across the Stars
Space. The Final Frontier.

Seven years have passed since victory in the Dominion War, the bloodiest interstellar conflict in the history of the Alpha Quadrant with over a billion dead and dozens of worlds devastated. The allied Federation, Klingons and Romulans were heavily taxed and the worlds and people of Dominion-ruled Cardassia lie in ruin. The balance of power was upset, and the future is uncertain. No side is yet capable of full-scale war, but tensions are becoming apparent in the post-war world.

After two vicious years as military force, Starfleet faced a crisis of identity. Many moral compromises were made in order to guarantee survival when faced with a seemingly unstoppable enemy and the brutality of war came as a harsh reminder of the perils of the galaxy outside of the their near-utopian society. But no longer.

A new generation of Starfleet officers are leaving the Academy and coming into their own, bringing new life into the war-weary organisation - gallant explorers, scientists and diplomats venturing forth into the unknown in search of knowledge and understanding. For too long has Starfleet's role as protector of the Federation overshadowed its continuing mission: To explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilisations. To boldly go where no-one has gone before.


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The year is 2382. You are a Starfleet Officer, a crewmember of the Excelsior-class starship USS Archer (NCC-44278). You may be fresh out of the Academy with a fresh new Ensign pip on your collar or a long-term veteran of the service eager to put the war years behind you, or somewhere in between.

The Archer herself has served in Starfleet for decades and has known many battles but she's been under refit at Starbase Yorktown for the best part of the last year, upgrading her capabilities and modernising her beyond the century-old design of the Excelsior-class. With a refit, a new crew and a new captain this old ship is ready for a new mission.