boq botlhra'ghom (Alliance Central Command)
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Join Date: Jun 2012
04-06-2013, 05:13 AM
If there is one thing that I and others love about the game, its that we can play characters that until now have only existed in our imaginations and written stories.
What few do not know is that the central core group that start Alliance Central Command can trace our origins back to a group that has been around for over 20 years ... alt-starfleet-rpg.
From their website ... "Welcome to ASR, or simply "STAR FLEET"- a PBEM interactive role-play game made up around 100 writers spread across 18 units assigned to one of three distinct timelines. The ASR universe- the PRIME universe, as we call it- was created in 1991, and is set in a time period around 40 years after the events of Star Trek: Nemesis, in the Earth calendar year 2424."
Their stories all exist in a shared fictional universe where the player who writes the story weaves their stories into the overall fabric of the whole thing.
Now, we split off from them and created a group much like them called Star Trek: Frontiers which continued writing for several years under that umbrella ... and then came Star Trek Online.
For those like me, it was a chance to take the characters we have been writing for 20 years and reboot them into an "alterate" universe, not unlike what JJ did.
You see, 2409 was a time when for many of us ... our characters existed and advanced forward from. So we rewound them and began again with our stories still working together in a shared universe.
Yes, not all our players write ... but some of us do with no regrets.
We created Alliance Central Command to exist as casual fleet where players co-exist and play the game respectfully side by side.
Some of us are solo players. Others like to group up and enjoy team play. Then we have a few who are into radio drama and podcasting with others of us loving to write.
What connects us all is that we enjoy the Star Trek Online universe and enjoy existing within it together.
If you are interested, check us out at
thank you to Cryptic for the Mogh-class battle cruiser!