Welcome to the 22nd Century!
The fight for Humanity's survival has begun!



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

» New member!

Posted on Saturday May 23rd, 2020 @ 11:15pm by Captain Oliver Campbell in Out of Character

I am happy to welcome Vinnie to the Endeavour crew, playing our new medic PO3 Gregory Richardson. Let's give Gregory a warm Endeavour welcome!!


» GO TEAM #ENDEAVOUR!

Posted on Monday May 18th, 2020 @ 8:19pm by Captain Oliver Campbell in Sim Announcement

I am very proud to announce that we have won the Bravo Fleet Sim of the Quarter (1st Quarter). Here is the reason why:

https://bravofleet.com/user_award/21893

"Endeavour is one of those games whose name constantly crosses my desk in the Office of the Chief of Staff. Taking a closer look for the Quarterly awards, I’ve seen a game committed to the unique setting of the NX Era and the Romulan War, properly engaging with the aesthetics, confines, and opportunities of the period. Looking at the game’s history, I saw a strong burst of activity in its start, followed by a quiet period; incredibly common in sims, and the death of most of them. Not so for Endeavour. That it overcame this lag with fresh crew and fresh ideas at the beginning of the quarter and came back stronger than ever is worthy of acclaim. This momentum has stuck around, and Bravo Fleet’s most active NX game deserves attention."

Well done everyone! Here's to many more months of fun!!


» Game Awards

Posted on Saturday May 9th, 2020 @ 3:16am by Captain Oliver Campbell in Sim Announcement

I'm happy to announce that everyone who participated in our recent third mission have all been given the award of completion for it! So well done!

I am also happy to announce that Andrew, who plays Master Chief Chang achieved a milestone with us in gaining six months with our game! Along with Andrew getting this award, both Thomas and Dan have been with us for a month. Congratulations to all three!

All in all, a great time for Endeavour!


» AWARDS!

Posted on Thursday April 9th, 2020 @ 1:56pm by Captain Oliver Campbell in General News

I forgot to mention the other day that both Kai and Lynsey have gained their One Month Membership Award with us! So a big congratulations to them!

It won't be long now until a few others will be hitting other milestones, including a Six Month anniversary for one player and another for a month! Keep going everyone!

#TeamEndeavour!


» New Chief Medical Officer!

Posted on Thursday April 9th, 2020 @ 1:40pm by Captain Oliver Campbell in General News

I'm happy to announce we have a new addition to the Endeavour family! Please give Dan a warm welcome. He will be writing for our new Chief Medical Officer, Lieutenant junior grade Jacob Wishmore!

Welcome again Dan! We hope you enjoy your time with us!


Latest Mission Posts

» Love Only Breaks Up To Start Over Again

Mission: Blood, Toil, Sweat & Tears
Posted on Saturday May 23rd, 2020 @ 4:14pm by Captain Oliver Campbell & Corporal Fynn Trommler

After speaking with the team on Starbase One, Campbell had rushed down to the launch bay to see the MACO's before they departed. Making his way through the crowded corridor outside, where most of the MACOs were gearing themselves up, Campbell soon found the one person he was looking for.…


» Without Victory There is No Survival - Part One

Mission: Blood, Toil, Sweat & Tears
Posted on Saturday May 23rd, 2020 @ 4:03pm by Corporal Fynn Trommler & Commander Izari th'Zorati & 1st Lieutenant Aliyah al-Basir & Staff Sergeant Ysrael Bautista

"Listen up gentelmen." Sergeant Bautista hollered drawing attention of the eager soldiers to the front of the briefing room. "We're going over this once, so listen up."

The soldiers pulled into a huddle around the briefing table. The Sergeant called up images, schematics, and planetary information. The final image was…


» In Spite of All Terror - Part One

Mission: Blood, Toil, Sweat & Tears
Posted on Friday May 22nd, 2020 @ 7:04pm by Captain Oliver Campbell & Lieutenant Commander Fredrik Andersson & Lieutenant Commander Jamie-Leigh Armit & Lieutenant JG Jacob Wishmore

The moment the engineers got the second airlock door open, everyone flashed out their phase pistols and rifles in the open doorway. Andersson could feel his heartbeat thumping away in his chest as they were exposed to the mess that Starbase One was now in. Smashed computer consoles, shattered deck…


» Round One

Mission: Blood, Toil, Sweat & Tears
Posted on Tuesday May 19th, 2020 @ 10:05pm by Captain Oliver Campbell & Lieutenant Commander Fredrik Andersson & Ensign Jules Leclerc & Commander Izari th'Zorati & Lieutenant Commander Jamie-Leigh Armit & 1st Lieutenant Aliyah al-Basir

Slowly dropping out of warp, Endeavour crept into the Berengaria system cautiously. At the helm, Ensign Leclerc piloted the ship with ease and grace, for in a moment he guessed he would be pushing the ship to its limit as they engaged the Romulans. Easing back on the ship’s throttle,…


» No Rest for the Weary

Mission: Blood, Toil, Sweat & Tears
Posted on Thursday May 14th, 2020 @ 10:31pm by 1st Lieutenant Aliyah al-Basir & Staff Sergeant Ysrael Bautista

-Personal Quarters-

Allie knelt ceremoniously at the foot of her bunk. Before her was the standard issue trunk which contained keepsakes and memories from home. A photograph of Byblos, a Brindle Blue Pittie, the family pet of her childhood. Beneath the phone, a box containing the medals of recognition from…


Latest Personal Logs

» Round Two

Posted on Tuesday May 19th, 2020 @ 11:16pm by Captain Oliver Campbell

“Captain’s starlog, supplemental. After dealing with the last remaining Romulans attacking Starbase One, the crew is now refocussing on the next bit of our work: securing the station. Sensor readings show it is has sustained heavy damaged, that said I am sure Starfleet will be pleased to hear how well…


» Parting is such sweet sorrow

Posted on Saturday May 9th, 2020 @ 11:59am by Captain Oliver Campbell

“Captain’s starlog, February twenty-ninth, twenty-one fifty-six. After a week in orbit of Kreetassa and undergoing further diplomatic rituals, I am pleased to report an alliance has been signed. I cannot boast any further at the pride I have in my crew right now. It certainly was a team effort. And…


» The Value of Ritual

Posted on Thursday April 30th, 2020 @ 5:10pm by 1st Lieutenant Aliyah al-Basir

The Kretassans are an interesting people whose lives center around deeply held beliefs, expressed in detailed rituals. I read that even their rituals have rituals! However, after that little girl materialized, I have empathy for underlying intention. Although I am sure most space faring sentient lifeforms would do almost anything…


» ...prepare for the worst

Posted on Tuesday April 7th, 2020 @ 4:33pm by Captain Oliver Campbell

"Captain's star-log, Friday twentieth of February, twenty-one-fifty-six.

We've finally arrived in the Kreetassans system to find the Romulans don't show any prejudice when they deal their brutal attacks out. Deputy Secretary Whelan and I have already made contact with their leaders, where we plan to meet with them to discuss…


» A Time To Plant And A Time To Uproot...

Posted on Sunday March 15th, 2020 @ 10:38pm by Captain Oliver Campbell

"Captain's star-log, Friday twentieth of February, twenty-one-fifty-six.

Endeavour has left Starbase One where our repairs were fully complete after our recent engagements with the Romulans. The layover at the base appears to have helped with morale. I also think the arrival of new crew members, especially on the senior staff…