Welcome to the 22nd Century!
This is Humanity's Finest Hour

Trying hard to achieve something, this has been the dream of humanity for so many years now. Ever since Doctor Cochrane made his historical warp flight in 2063, humans have been eager to head out into the stars. That dream became a reality in 2151 with the use of warp five capable engines. Now the sixth ship to be launched with such a drive is underway, all new adventures await on board the starship Endeavour!

Welcome aboard the Endeavour NX-06! Our ship, unlike her sister ships which were launched under a banner of peace, has been launched in the middle of war. The United Earth Commonwealth stands alone against the aggression of the Romulan Star Empire. Our allies from the Coalition of Planets are not able to stand with us. All that stands between the Romulans’ plan for ultimate control is Starfleet. Join us as we endure the Earth-Romulan War!

Latest News Items

» Commendation Awards for 'Home Is Where The Heart Is'

Posted on Sunday March 28th, 2021 @ 7:22pm by Captain Oliver Campbell in Out of Character

Well sadly our storyline 'Home Is Where The Heart Is' has come to an end and the beginning of Season 2 of Star Trek: Endeavour has started with a huge kick!

At the end of each storyline we will announce our winners of our new commendation awards. Each storyline has a set number of challenges for either character development or Lore Development. The aim had been to get everyone involved in both, but we are pleased to see more people wanting to developing their characters further first. So here are our notable winners:

Category 1: Character Development since Season 1
Winner: Commander Jacob Wishmore!
Judge's remarks: The character of Jacob Wishmore has been developed extremely well in the previous storyline. We have been able to see a different side to our favourite doctor with a peep into his family life and background. A great step forward in making this one of our finest characters on Endeavour!

Category 2: Relationship Development
Winner: Jayalan Cline (with Bruce Caplan and guest appearance of Captain Campbell)
Judge's remarks: Joining the Endeavour at the start of the season, we have seen our new science officer start to establish themselves within the crew and the past history with our captain and her husband is one that is definitely not going a way anytime soon!

Category 3: The toil of the war
Winner: To be announced next storyline
Judge's remarks: We definitely need more time to see who can truly develop their character further around this theme, so we will place it in for next time!

Last but not least, I am happy to announce that our own first officer has been with us for a whole year now (plus a few weeks). So congratulations to Tom and thank you for being with us for that long!!

» Two newbies!

Posted on Sunday February 21st, 2021 @ 3:10am by Captain Oliver Campbell in Out of Character

I'm happy that this week we've welcomed two new additions to the Endeavour family! Leah, TF93CO, is joining us as to write for our new Chief Science Officer and Lucy (a recent new recruit to Bravo Fleet) who is joining us to take on the role of writing for our MACO Commander. We look forward to writing with them and hope they enjoy their time with us!

We are still looking for a Chief Communications Officer, please do apply today or if you know someone point them in our direction!!!

» Recruitment!

Posted on Saturday February 13th, 2021 @ 12:19pm by Captain Oliver Campbell in General News

We are seeing three new players, at least, to join us in our fun! We are searching for:

- Chief Science Officer
- Chief Communications Officer
- MACO Detachment Commander

If you know anyone who is interested in such positions please let us know! We would love to hear from them!

» New family member joins our ranks!

Posted on Monday December 7th, 2020 @ 11:46pm by Captain Oliver Campbell in Out of Character

I'd like to welcome AJ to our Endeavour family! She'll be writing for our new communication officer, Lieutenant Jacquelyn Wilcox-Thorne PhD.

» New family member and One Year Anniversary!

Posted on Friday August 14th, 2020 @ 11:23am by Captain Oliver Campbell in Sim Announcement

I’m happy to welcome Chris who is joining the Endeavour family as our new chief armoury officer. He will be writing for Lieutenant Commander Volkov!

On top of that I am happy to announce it is our one year anniversary this weekend! So go team Endeavour!

Latest Mission Posts

» A Hello

Mission: Rebels With A Cause
Posted on Monday May 10th, 2021 @ 2:37am by Lieutenant Bruce Caplan & 1st Lieutenant Fynn Trommler

Taking his morning break, Fynn left the MACO barracks to make his way up to the mess hall to grab a hot drink and something to eat if he could find it. Entering the nearest lift, the captain's husband was surprised to find someone else already in the cart.


» A Catch Up

Mission: Rebels With A Cause
Posted on Sunday May 9th, 2021 @ 1:20am by Captain Oliver Campbell & Commander Rohan Patel & Commander Jacob Wishmore

"And that's it," Campbell said as he looked up from his tablet and at both Patel and Wishmore. "We'll rendezvous with convoy delta-seventeen and fly them back to Alpha Centauri."

"Simple," Jacob said with a wry smile, "I'm sure the war will forget us whilst we enjoy a pleasant cruise!"…

» The Shadows of Draken

Mission: Rebels With A Cause
Posted on Wednesday April 14th, 2021 @ 10:00pm by Captain Oliver Campbell & Lieutenant JG Jules Leclerc & 1st Lieutenant Fynn Trommler & Petty Officer, 3rd Class Romeo Knight

The idea of having to return to convoy duty brought some level of dread to Captain Cambell. It wasn’t down to the fact that he felt it was a waste of their time or resources, he knew how vital it was to protect the convoys that were shipping essential items…

» Practice Makes Perfect

Mission: Rebels With A Cause
Posted on Sunday April 11th, 2021 @ 1:02am by Lieutenant Joshua Randall & Ensign Megan Bancroft

Josh was off duty. Normally he'd still be on the bridge, going over the diagnostics of the helm controls. But he'd been spending a lot of time on the bridge lately, both on duty and off.
With a little help, he secured two additional computer monitors and hooked them up…

» Coffee Break

Mission: Rebels With A Cause
Posted on Tuesday March 30th, 2021 @ 12:59am by Lieutenant Joshua Randall & Ensign Megan Bancroft

Randall and Bancroft finally found the time to get that coffee they talked about while on the bridge.

They walked into the mess hall, saw some people they knew, then walked over and got 2 coffees. The ship's chef had just made some chocolate layer cake, so they each grabbed…

Latest Personal Logs

» New Assignment

Posted on Wednesday February 17th, 2021 @ 4:48pm by Captain Dia Revna

The day Dia was informed of her reassignment was the same day she was promoted on the spot to Captain with out parade as there was no time.

She had walked into Major Camerons office the Wednesday morning and was told, "Lieutenant your being promoted to Captain and assigned to…

» According To Plan

Posted on Thursday September 24th, 2020 @ 6:26pm by Commander Rohan Patel

"Endeavor has arrived back in space dock. I am quite amazed that we were able to return in one piece. Both the ship and crew have taken quite a beating, including myself. As an engineer, I am familiar with the unexpected...and ready with quick fixes, biding time for long-term solutions.…

» Rise from the ashes

Posted on Saturday September 12th, 2020 @ 2:10pm by Captain Oliver Campbell

"Captain's starlog, April fifth, twenty-one-fifty-six. Today is a day of celebration on board Endeavour. Only five days ago the entire ship was affected by random computer malfunctions that almost cost us our mission against the Romulans and more importantly the lives of everyone under my command. I cannot write how…

» Waiting for the dawn...

Posted on Saturday August 8th, 2020 @ 9:51pm by Captain Oliver Campbell

“Captain’s starlog, March thirtieth, twenty-one-fifty-six. We're heading toward Romulan space at best possible speeds. After only hearing the news a day before, the crew has reacted the way I've come to expect of them now. If anyone had told us that three months ago we would have endured so much,…

» Lost

Posted on Tuesday June 30th, 2020 @ 10:44am by Ensign Rosalind Paget

"So...my first day here and I've never felt so tired. It's not the physical work ...I think its the sheer numbers. There
s everything here...minor wounds to life changing ones...a couple will..well...they might not see home again.
Dr Wishmore is running himself ragged...into the ground. I dont know what to…