You got five friends together, created a fleet, had some fun, recruited more members, expanded your starbase... now you're stagnant at Tier-III with 50 members, only 20 log in during a given month--barely 10 daily... and if you can find 3 to play with in the same time zone, you consider it a good day.
Does this sound like the regular activity? Want to push the boundaries? Wish you could log into the game and know, instantly, that you'll always have a group of fellow fleet members to explore with?
Me too! So, here's my idea: get a few small-to-medium fleets and merge them together. We'll get more officers, more roleplaying, more grinding, better starbase and embassy, and more of everything. As long as we're smart about planning for a merge, and careful who we merge with, we can ensure a wide variety of play styles ranging from the casual to the elite--all without the "little guy" getting lost in the masses of an uber-large fleet.
Frontier Fleet was founded on the idea that we're all playing Star Trek for a reason. For us, that reason is immersing ourselves in the Star Trek universe and being able to loose ourselves to our imaginations and forget, for a few hours, that it's just a game. We're role-play oriented, but not hard-core. We're casual, but encourage active participation. We have a solid foundation and a well organized structure to allow for the greatest flexibility in play styles for all members.
We have several projects going on, including Foundry collaborations, both in-game and forum-based role-play, and our big project, Star Trek: Infinite Horizons--a fleet-produced web-series filmed entirely in STO.
The only thing we're missing is your dedicated officers. What do you say? Do you want to join up with is and explore the final Frontier?