Providing Quality Gaming For Over 20 Years!Welcome to the Federation Sim Fleet, a Role-Playing organization that utilizes chat rooms, message boards, and email distribution lists to foster and maintain a community of over six hundred gaming enthusiasts each and every day!
We're a non-profit organization staffed by several dozen trained volunteers. With over 16 years in the business, the FSF provides a top-notch gaming experience for every interest and experience level. We offer over three dozen games for everyone, from the novice to the veteran gamer.
We're very proud of our community and eager for you to join in. Head on over to our message boards, check out our Ten Forward Lounge chat room, join one of our mailing lists, check out our Commander's Table newsletter, or drop by one of our email games. Whatever your interest, you'll find it in the FSF.
So, whether you're brand new to simming or you run your own game and you're interested in applying for membership, this website provides in-depth information on our games, our staff, and our community. Sign up today and become a Starfleet Officer! Or US military through the Stargate! Or perhaps a Superhero! Or any of the other types of characters you could be. Check around, we know you'll like what you see. Expect the best from the FSF!
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Posted on October 1st, 2014
Congratulations to the winners for October 2014 Community awards.
Excerpt from the summary:
After attempting to halt the progress of the Kazon, Anam is overtaken by them, before the door to the ready room is cut. Within, Amelia Moore suffers contractions of childbirth, hoping that a security field shall stop the invaders. On the surface, Logan discusses the capabilities of generation 7 nanoprobes, exposing concepts that give the visibly impaired Talla Vrenak and the unaffected Marisol Hocevar cause for more questions. In the scout vessel Ja’Narr, Colin Byrne, having devolved and freed himself of the borg skeletal structure, ponders his surroundings, and his last living companion.
To read full summary: Star Trek: EternityShuni Awards – October 4, 2014 Tweet
Posted on September 23rd, 2014
The Shuni Awards will be held on October 4th, 2014 beginning at 7:30 PM EST, with a short “cocktail half-hour” beginning at 7:00. Please come out and show your support for your fellow members and their respective simulations. Category nominations are ongoing, please remember to nominate your fellow members and simulations for categories once they are posted.New Sim, X-Men: Frontlines, Launching September 25 Tweet
Posted on September 22nd, 2014
The FSF is proud to announce the launch of our newest game, X-Men: Frontlines, on September 25, 2014!
Imagine yourself in the middle of an ongoing conflict between Mutants and Humans, with tensions running high. On one side, the Cerebro enhanced Artificial Intelligence known as Maximus searches for a leader. On the other, many unknown threats to the uneasy peace between Mutants and Humans.
If you are a fan of X-Men, then choose a side, and come join FSF’s newest game, X-Men: Frontlines, which will be launching on September 25th as a PBEM game in FSF’s Epsilon Fleet. If you are interested, contact FSF Sovereign on AIM or through email and check out their website at http://frontline.simming.net.Congratulations to the September 2014 Community Awards Tweet
Posted on September 19th, 2014
Congratulations to the winners for September 2014 Community awards.
Excerpt from the summary:
Starbase 35 is anything but your typical startbase. This is where those that have been deemed to difficult have been sent. In the more recent past, things are not what they seem to be at all on the station. George Williams, the irascible barkeep, has yet another secret. It would seem that he is Commander JoAnne Ross’ father. In some strange way that has yet to become clear, he is there to over see what happens to Ross and Merlin and the rest of the souls on the station. . .
To read full summary: Starbase 35FSF Radio 2 Among Winners of 2013 Simming Prize Tweet
Posted on September 13th, 2014
While being announced later than usual, the Simming Prize winners for 2013 have finally been announced. The Simming Prize is a yearly set of prizes given to individuals and groups that are outstanding in the online role-playing and simming community.
Among the set of winners was the FSF’s very own FSF Radio 2.
FSF Radio 2 for its enchantment and groundbreaking innovation of broadcasting the lives, stories, and other humanistic qualities which continue to make simming and online role-play an enjoyable hobby for many.
Congratulations to FSF Radio 2 and its host, FSF Sail, on this win. And don’t forget to tune in to the latest episodes of the FSF’s award winning radio show!
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