While boarding a vessel of seemingly impractical design, Ensign Lucas triggered a trap. The vessel went to speeds previously unheard of in our dimension, and proceeded to move into another universe entirely.
I am the only one of the away team to survive the experience. The rules in this universe are much different, the laws of motion have even changed.... As such, none of my standard equipment seems to function here, at least not as intended. My commbadge seemed to gain a type of self awareness before it fizzled out. It's a miracle I'm still alive.
This seems to be the ship's origin point, however, and all of the inoperable equipment aboard her has sprung back to life. Bizarre parallels to our own universe exist. Humans seem to populate most of the galaxy I'm in. My Orion heritage seems to pass for what the locals call "Mirialan". There is some entity controlling things here, the "Force". I believe it to be of similar nature to the Q.
I have claimed ownership of the vessel and use it as my own. I will travel and document what I find here as best I can, following the ideals of Starfleet. Perhaps, someday, I will find my way back home.
Most of the RPers I've met in STO try and keep a low profile in their own fleets. RP in outside environments can be a pain in the ass. There a couple of fleets that make it their sole mission in game to harass and disrupt RPers. Fleet bases finally alleviated that issue, but finding random RP in this game is a real pain in the ass.
Drozana station isn't fantastic, especially during certain hours. If I were you I'd keep an eye out for members of RP fleets and try and interact with them.
As previous posters have noted, there are certain fleets whose members genuinely have nothing better to do with their time than go around and harass RPers, so be careful. They'll try and provoke you into breaking the TOS in chat by saying horrible stuff. Probably best to join a fleet, to be honest.