Artemis (NX-14)

  • by
Cpt Marc Kidd
Play by Web (Nova)

The year is 2162. The Federation is only a year old, and enemies seem to encircle it on all sides. In an effort to stave off the proverbial vultures and allow the idea that is the Federation to alight. A small unit is created within Starfleet. This unit known as the Starfleet Criminal Investigations Unit (SFCIU) is tasked with pursuing offenders of all kinds and bringing them to justice.

Rear Admiral Declan Ford, an old veteran of space by this point is given the command of the unit and ship for his use. This ship, aptly named the Artemis the Goddess of the hunt will be used to hunt down enemies to justice wherever they may be. Ford assembles his crew at Starbase 104 by the Klingon border.

This intrepid crew will stop at nothing to see justice done. While they accomplish this great feat they will learn about themselves and what their limits are. Exploration will build Starfleet, diplomacy will build the Federation, but justice will prevail when Artemis completes the hunt. This crew will have to prove that where there is justice there is hope. Can their tiny ripple become a giant wave? In short, their mission echoes their dedication plaque.

"Artemis - Each time a man stands up for an ideal or acts to improve the lot of others or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope "

As part of their mission, the Artemis joins Task Group 29 in Obsidian Fleet. Declan and his crew will prove that leading by example is the best way to make friends. If you think you have what it takes to investigate the vicious crimes, and prosecute the offenders the join the Artemis as it takes up the hunt for justice.

In the Federation any crime is considered especially heinous. In Starfleet the dedicated personnel who investigate the vicious felonies are members of an elite crew known as the Criminal Investigations Unit. THESE ARE THEIR STORIES…


Marc James Kidd
Commanding Officer

Declan Ford
Task Force Commanding Officer

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