The Sim

“Lost in Space...”

Like her predecessor, the Atlantis departed from space dock on a mission of peace. Her first assignment was to establish normal diplomatic relations with the Xindi in the aftermath of the Enterprise’s mission into the Delphic Expanse. Unlike Enterprise, however, the Atlantis operates out of Starfleet’s newest deep space installation situated between Vulcan and Andoria: Space Outpost Three. The installation housed a drydock, fabrication centres, powerful long-range sensors designed in concert with the Vulcan Science Directorate, and defensive systems furnished by the Andorian Imperial Guard.
It is just a shame that they never reached their destination.

“Started as a side quest but became so much more…”

Star Trek is a popular science fiction franchise that has captivated audiences for decades. The world of Star Trek is rich and diverse and offers many opportunities for fans to experience its universe in new and exciting ways. A few friends started an ENT-era game and after the last couple of years, it has turned into a long-standing and consistent game and community that is able to explore the ENT era in a new way.

“Why ENT era Lost in space?”

ENT-era games are not common. Exploration and discovery are one of the core themes of Star Trek, and the Enterprise era is no exception. This setting provides ample opportunities for writers to create new worlds and encounter new species, as well as to delve into the mysteries of the universe. The Enterprise era is also a time of conflict and tension, with humanity still struggling to find its place in the larger galaxy. This can make for exciting action and adventure stories, as characters face off against hostile aliens, navigate political intrigue, and grapple with ethical dilemmas.

“But Can I be?”

You can create any human character you like, as long as it fits within the rules and guidelines such as the beginnings of Earth Starfleet. All characters whether department heads or not get as much action as any other character so you do not need to worry that you will not be able to get as involved as anyone else.

"Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations. Symbolizing the elements that create truth and beauty."

NX05 Atlantis features a diverse cast of characters, including members of the LGBTQ+ community. This inclusivity helps to normalize and celebrate differences, fostering a sense of acceptance and understanding that Star Trek encourages with IDIC. We have implemented a strict non-discrimination policy, ensuring that all players are treated with respect and dignity, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. We are a safe and welcoming environment where players can explore and express their identities without fear of judgment or discrimination.