Empire Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 1,094
# 11
08-15-2012, 05:22 AM
Please click one of the Quick Reply icons in the posts above to activate Quick Reply.

A HUGE thank you to Cryptic for the Mogh-class battle cruiser!
Empire Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 354
# 12
08-15-2012, 11:02 PM
We are a rich and diverse group that loves all of the tactical and strategic machinations that are offered in the STO universe, we love hanging out together on our dedicated Team Speak server, we love doing so with our friends in our greater association of allied fleets, and yes..... we love roleplay, though it's not mandatory.

If you love being a part of the story, Boq botlhra'ghom (Alliance Central Command) could turn you into an STO fanatic.



Captains all have a story. What's yours?


Samaya Tara: Dimensional Operative

Samaya Tara is from what we call "The Mirror Universe." 10 years ago she was a part of a specially trained team which was sent back into human history to neutralize The Terran Empire before it could arise, and in doing so, freeing the future from it's grasp.

Arriving around 500 BCE (BC) in Earth history, Task Force Bodhi had established itself in the vastness of the remote Himalayan mountains, and designated their hidden base as Shambhala. From this hidden center, operatives were sent into the early civilizations that were newly forming in the Indus valley, and strategic trade routes. The operatives manifested as religious teachers who introduced pacifism, and harmlessness which was extended to non-human life. Eventually the values inculcated into the religious values of the region would spread through human civilization via the major trade routes which criss crossed the region.

A number of operatives achieved notoriety with the locals who viewed them as deities of sorts, and Samaya Tara, though a more covert operative, received her share of notoriety. As one would expect with an Orion female, she gathered quite a following among the humans, and it has only grown with the passage of time.

As we know, the Terran Empire exists in a mirror universe, but it is now known that the work of Task Force Bodhi was an unqualified success. The Terran Empire was prevented, but due to the little understood Abrams Paradox, an alternate timeline was created. Even though this is what we consider to be the prime universe, it must be recognized that this is a mere matter of perspective.


Join Date: December 2009 - Alliance Central Command - boq botlhra'ghom

Last edited by rickpaaa; 08-15-2012 at 11:18 PM.
Empire Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 1,094
# 13
08-17-2012, 08:25 PM
I do believe it is getting time for a Targ round-up rodeo as the critters are running all about our starbase ... Req'na Tre.

As a sidenote ... Our starbase projects are progressing nicely. Qapla' !!!

A HUGE thank you to Cryptic for the Mogh-class battle cruiser!
Republic Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 1,911
With well over 100 Fleets in STO, you may find it difficult to decide which right Fleet is for you. Please, learn everything that is possible there is to about all the fleets out there.

Or simply warp over to Boq botlhra’ghom (Alliance Central Command) - thirst for battle dictates that if you are reading this, you are considering the Boq botlhra’ghom (Alliance Central Command) - and we have prepared our Home section to give you enough data to make an informed choice.

Our Fleet is small but looking to grow. We have a TeamSpeak3 server at your disposal, and our members enjoy teaming to enrich the gameplay for everyone. We are Klingons and other races who embrace Honor and (in 2409) the use of controlled aggression to decisively win battles and protect the Empire. We ally with other Klingon House's to expand teaming possibilities in-game, and have a worldwide membership of avid STO gamers who have high interest in game mechanics, strategy and tactics, and team coordination so that each member plays to their unique character and ship strengths. We enjoy discovering new features (and well-hidden old features!) of STO, and are actively discussing a number of subjects including skill point distribution, ship selection, and specific career field tips. We have a discussion area or "Main Hall" for discussions that are common to all career fields.

Follow your sense of Honor to Boq botlhra’ghom (Alliance Central Command) and join us - the quadrant needs your help to protect The Empire's interests!

Last edited by vkfphoenixlord; 09-25-2012 at 06:54 AM.
Empire Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 354
# 15
08-21-2012, 12:19 AM
Whether you're looking to perfect your STO play
Whether you're looking to enjoy teaming with fun, funny, and friendly adults
Whether you're looking to immerse yourself in the story

Boq botlhra'ghom (Alliance Central Command) is a great place to be!



Captains all have a story. What's yours?

Bu'Garr: Self Liberated Borg

As the 5 man salvage and sapper team worked its way to the reactor core of the crippled Borg sphere, they didn't notice the glint of recognition in 16 of 128's eyes. They passed his regeneration station expecting no reaction as they had previously planted a shutdown subroutine in the collective's matrix before they made this run. Having taken every piece of technology showing sights of promise, and tagging for beam out before the Borg warp core was to be blown, there was nothing but success and celebration ahead.

But the best laid plans...... Out of thin air the team was surrounded, and a smooth loot run just became the fight of the sapper team's lives. Not about to lose their honor, and become a machine, the fight was on. One, two, and three drones were blasted before the Borg adapted. Commander Krag fell when the tubes found the back of his neck infesting him with nanites which will soon enslave him to the machines.

T'ang seeing her superior compromised put an end to his dishonor with her disruptor. But while Commander Krag is safe in Stovo'kor, the 4 remaining sappers were on their way to a worse fate. Then something amazing happened! One by one, the assailing drones slumped over, and fell to the ground until one drone was left standing. This drone was different. He held the bloody mevak that belonged to Commander Krag in his right hand, and lifted it high, and proclaimed "I am not a machine!" Then he slumped to the deck.


Join Date: December 2009 - Alliance Central Command - boq botlhra'ghom

Last edited by rickpaaa; 08-22-2012 at 12:10 AM.
Republic Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 1,911
# 16
08-21-2012, 07:01 AM
Cool story.
Empire Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 354
# 17
08-22-2012, 12:16 AM
Thank you!

I come up with a name, set up the traits, skills, team, and ship. The story either comes, or it doesn't. I certainly didn't expect this one.


Captains all have a story. What's yours?

Bu'Garr: Self Liberated Borg


T'eng son of Raf recovered quickly once the control nanites were neutralized. It was decided by the surgeon that it was best to leave the scope that resided where his left eye used to be. T'eng was pleased with this decision as it made his accuracy in battle, (whether with a bat'leth, or at the helm of a To'duj) a legend in the academy. It was wondered if the technology on his face would dishonor him. Not only did it not dishonor him, it was a trophy to his honor and victory over technology under which lesser warriors lost their very selves.

T'eng, for one assimilated and liberated from that honorless collective, could be rather engaging and persuasive. He could also calculate his movements so that during the same time he is disarming an opponent with his words, he was able to unleash a crippling attach which left his opponent helpless and defeated. It was said that T'eng was a torpedo negotiator. This epithet stuck because T'eng's diplomatic words were always followed by what amounted to a high yield explosion.

No one is sure who coined the name, but the etymology seems to derive from the combination of baH and ghar into a proper name. Ever since the assimilation,T'eng never felt like his old self, nor could he rekindle ties to the family to which he was born. Certainly he wanted nothing to do with his designation as 16 of 128. He rather enjoyed being the torpedo (baH) negotiator (ghar). Having come into his power and purpose, going forward T'eng is no more, and Bu'Garr begins his journey forward, to conflicts unimagined, as the future of the quadrant hangs in the balance. In other words.... it's just another day. But what a glorious day!


Join Date: December 2009 - Alliance Central Command - boq botlhra'ghom

Last edited by rickpaaa; 08-22-2012 at 12:19 AM.
Republic Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 1,911
# 18
08-22-2012, 06:15 AM
I would like to fill a few people in on our growing and great fleet. We are fun, easy going, driven and friendly. We all come from different backgrounds and have different ways of doing things, but that?s what makes us great.

Anyone in our fleet is happy to help others when needed, in almost any aspect of the game. We have a fleet TeamSpeak3 that we use not just for the game but to hang out as well.

If anyone wants information on the [ACC] do not hesitate to contact me or any of our members.

Empire Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 354
# 19
08-24-2012, 03:31 AM
When you arrive at the impressive starbase of Req'na Tre, the home of Boq botlhra'ghom, you will be inspired by its heroic countenance. As you walk the spacious decks, you will almost never step in targ poo....

Please visit soon, and wear boots!


Join Date: December 2009 - Alliance Central Command - boq botlhra'ghom
Republic Veteran
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 1,911
# 20
08-24-2012, 06:31 AM
Mmmmm Targ. Hey wait a minute..... aw
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is Off
HTML code is Off


All times are GMT -7. The time now is 08:10 AM.