Welcome to the USS Wolff NCC-80140!

Luna Class Dev PatchIn the years following the end of the Dominion War, Starfleet began stepping down from a military footing and began to revert back to the Exploratory role that was it's mainstay for the better part of two centuries. Vast areas of space once inaccessible to the Federation came open and ships were sent out into the far reaches of space to explore.

Enter the Wolff. Designed originally as a long range explorer intended to operate for extended periods in the Gamma Quadrant, her class was shelved during the war in favor of more combat oriented designs. The end of the war brought a renewed urgency for explorer designs, and with an updated design, ships of her class began coming out of the shipyards in greater numbers.

We operate on the edge of known space, away from the relative safety of the Federation core worlds. The unknown confronts us every day as we fulfill Starfleet's Motto "To seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldy go where no one has gone before."


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Latest News Items

» Tournament of simulations

Posted on Mon Mar 22nd, 2021 @ 3:39pm by Captain Taliserra Tigran in General News

A very pleasant and surprising thing came to my attention very recently Ongoing Worlds posted the results of their annual 'tournament of simulations'

I'd never heard of this tournament until now so it was certainly a surprise to find out that we had been nominated in the first place and that both the Wolff and our fellow Luna class ship the USS Pandora won 'outstanding star trek'

Theta fleet itself got quite the haul of awards, alongside ourselves and the Pandora. The Standing Bear, Aurora and Calypso also got awards.

Congratulations to everyone.

http://www.ongoingworlds.com/blog/2021/03/2020-tos-winners/




» a little late

Posted on Mon Mar 15th, 2021 @ 7:01am by Captain Taliserra Tigran in General News

I've bit a little lax on doing these so i'll get caught up now, Awards the last few months.

We got a bronze unit of distinction for December


For a very good start to his first full month on the sim I nominated Lt Nilo Rodis for player of the month for January and he won.


And for keeping things going while we work on the Hide and Seek posts I nominated Lt Summer Wyse for player of the month in february and in a very unusual coincidence. She Won but it was also a tie between her and one of her other characters on another sim in task force 51.



Congratulations to all involved and lets hope we can keep it up over the next months.


» A new year

Posted on Thu Feb 4th, 2021 @ 6:18am by Captain Taliserra Tigran in General News

Today is the start of our fourth year as a sim. When I first took over the Wolff I wasn't sure I'd make it this far, restarting a hiatus'd sim is never an easy thing to do but with the help of you my fellow writers we've done it, the Wolff has come back to life and I hope that it will remain so for years to come.

My personal merit for this year goes to Raymond, without his help both in character and out of character behind the scenes I don't think the sim would still be running.


The current mission is close to its endgame, the last few missions have been a little more combat orientated than sciency for our scientific explorer so the next one is going to be more sciencey and unusual, hopefully it will prove a most interesting mission.

Some bad news however. Real life catches up with everyone at some point and so Marilyn (Helena Wells) has informed me she's having to leave the sim and so we're in the process of writing her character out. She has been a great writer for the sim over the years so I wish her luck in her future endeavours and the door will always be open if life allows you to return.
2020 has been a hard year and 2021 is shaping up to be just as hard. I sincerely hope that everyone remains well and that we can all continue to write our story together.

Thank you for all your hard work these last years.

Jamie.


» Updates Complete

Posted on Thu Dec 31st, 2020 @ 6:36am by Captain M'Elise Emerson in Website Update

The website is back up! :-)

The core functionality is updated and running on the new server. I still have some tweaks and changes to the site which will be completed over the next while, but otherwise everything should be up and running for you all.


» Website Server upgrades

Posted on Wed Dec 30th, 2020 @ 6:38am by Captain M'Elise Emerson in Website Update

Morning,

Quick heads up for everyone on the USS Wolff that the webhost (myself) is going to be taking the site down for several hours tomorrow morning. I'm moving several domains over to a new server, and for the USS Wolff, updating the NOVA platform to the last 2.6.1 release.

The upgrade will take us from 2.3.2(custom) to 2.6.1 which we expect will improve overall site performance given the newer software version, as well as the newer server it will run on. The updated version has several minor improvements, and some larger improvements in email handling to keep my servers from getting spam blacklisted

As part of the move/upgrade, we will be moving from the USA to Canada. Privacy laws are a shade tighter in my home country as well as there will be some new legal verbiage on the site around GDPR. GDPR only applies to EU citizens but as most organizations like mine can't/don't identify geographic locations of users, we just assume everyone is in the EU and go from there. :-)

The plan is to start around 5-6am (US West Coast) during which the site will be down for a few hours. The actual move I expect will only take approx 1-2hrs but custom aspects of the Wolff site (wiki, custom skins, chat bubble) may take longer as we migrate those features.