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Following the defeat of the swarm, the Federation Senate feared that another enemy would rise in the shadows to take their place. Admiral Kilgore was tasked with discovering who this new enemy was. She needed a fast ship, and an agile Captain to command her.

Admiral Kilgore brought the DFS Phoenix out of mothballs. The ship's primary focus was to patrol the borders of the Federation, searching for that next enemy. Captain Thornhill knows what her primary focus is, however she is trying to keep the door open between the outer rim colonies and the Federation. So she relunctantly agrees to command the DFS Phoenix.

Admiral Kilgore has been given several intelligence reports suggesting that the Government on Orteria is seeking to become its own political power house within the Federation. The rumors suggest that this radical government might have ties to the fallen Faith Servies Fleet. According to the intelligence reports, they might be looking to restore the religious icon called the "Phoenix," and bring what they are calling order to the universe.

This cult has began a search or the gems that could potentially bring back the Phoenix. Admiral Kilgore wants Alison to find the gems, and bring them back to to her, to keep them out of the hands of the cult.

While the DFS Lavie attempts to stop the cult through the political arena, Admiral Kilgore wants to stop them in the real world. She has very little faith in the politicians of the Federation Senate.

Captain Thornhill did not trust her mother, but she had her orders to follow. And she was still new to the political game. Captain Thornhill and her crew are playing a dangerous game of cat and mouse, and trying to gather all the crystals, before the cult does. After Captain Thornhill gets the Crystals, she will decide what to do with the crystals.

Latest Mission Posts

» Cutest girl in the mess hall

Mission: S1, E1: Rise of the Phoenix
Posted on Thu Feb 17th, 2022 @ 10:20pm by Lieutenant Stephen Sanchez & Commander Catalina Torres

With a big grin on his face, and a casual strut, Stephen walked over towards the Commander's table. It had an open seat. It seemed like no one wanted to sit there. This was not right, he thought. "Can I dine with you tonight, Commander?" Stephen asked, thinking that it…

» Elbows Deep in Work

Mission: S1, E1: Rise of the Phoenix
Posted on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 @ 6:17pm by Captain Alison Thornhill & Lieutenant Matthew Langford

The Phoenix was not space worthy Alison thought to herself, as she found herself elbows deep in work. She had pulled out the helm station panel, and started to review each crystal like chip that transmitted and stored data on them. She heard someone enter the bridge, but she had…

» S1, E0: Phoenix Rising TIMELINE....DO NOT POST!

Mission: S1, E1: Rise of the Phoenix
Posted on Mon Jan 3rd, 2022 @ 6:34pm by Captain Alison Thornhill & Lieutenant Matthew Langford & Ensign Laura Sparrow & Commander Catalina Torres & Lieutenant Gavin Anderson

Here is the timeline for Season One's Episode Pilot "Phoenix Rising"

Below you will see a timeline for the stories with in the episode.

Mission Day 001 (November 30, 4566)
1700 - Sudden Impact - Sparrow
1710 - Narrow Escape - A.Thornhill, Sparrow
1830 - Get off this station -…

» One step ahead

Mission: S1, E0: Phoenix Rising
Posted on Fri Nov 19th, 2021 @ 6:53pm by Captain Alison Thornhill & Lieutenant Gavin Anderson

The Cydonia, had just beamed Alison and Gavin to the head quarters building of the DFS. Alison started to get a flashback, of her reminding herself, that she would never step foot in this building again. Now here she was, about to choke on those words. She looked over to…

» The line has been drawn

Mission: S1, E0: Phoenix Rising
Posted on Tue Jun 15th, 2021 @ 5:52pm by Captain Alison Thornhill & Lieutenant Gavin Anderson

Alison knew that Gavin was probably not happy they were traveling to the DFS Headquarters on Sea Rat's ship. He had nothing to worry about, her eyes were only on him. Sea Rat was a good friend, and nothing more. At the moment, she had more pressing matters to tend…