Welcome to Memory Theta!

The Greek letter Theta was used as an ancient symbol for death or danger. As the repository for technologies, artifacts, and knowledge deemed too dangerous for public awareness or even storage elsewhere, Memory Theta embodies the ancient legacy inherent to its name. Due to its highly classified contents and location, the facility and its staff have been given a quasi-mythical status among even the highest echelons of Starfleet.

Previous administrators have resigned from the post due to workplace stress and psychological strain. Retrieval missions are not for the faint of heart, having garnered an unofficial reputation of terror in the Starfleet grapevine. Whenever a Theta team shows up, it often means some type of horror is on the horizon.

Pay no mind to the domesticated Borg drone butlers.

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Latest News Items

» Happy New Year

Posted on Mon Jan 1st, 2018 @ 8:25pm by Commander Mrazak in General News

Good news, everyone!

It's officially 2018, and although Memory Theta started mission day one on 1/1/2389, the new year has rolled around for Bravo Fleet's current mission year as well. Our first mission is progressing nicely with a surprise or two on tap. We've got some big things in store, in this mission and future ones, and I look forward to some exciting world-building and storytelling.

Thank you for being part of Memory Theta's launch.

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Latest Mission Posts

» Inspection

Mission: S1E1: Bynars Be Bygones
Posted on Fri Apr 13th, 2018 @ 10:05pm by Staff Sergeant Roderik Kos

Rodi's heavy boots clanked on the ramp of the Bynar ship. He stopped at the top, letting his eyes take in the small ship. The interior was both symetrical and a-symetrical at the same time, in such a way it hurt his head. The rear compartment had four sleeping bunks,…

» Autopsies and Secrets

Mission: S1E1: Bynars Be Bygones
Posted on Thu Apr 12th, 2018 @ 2:01pm by Lieutenant Kiril Nevin & Staff Sergeant Roderik Kos & Ferrofax

“Janus, please raise the temperature twelve degrees,” Nevin said as he walked into the sterile room. He practically shivered beneath his scrubs due to the temperature. “We need the body to warm up if we’re going to get any answers.”

"Warming the body will only aid in the necrotising process,…

» Double, Double Crosses and Trouble

Mission: S1E1: Bynars Be Bygones
Posted on Mon Apr 9th, 2018 @ 7:11am by Commander Mrazak & Lieutenant JG Nevada McKay M.D.

Tarsus III and its Starbase 74 trailed away in starlines as the shuttlepod trailed its escort, the Wallace-class USS Charon, which flew at its max warp of factor 5. Major Kowitz sat at the helm in dress uniform which did little to smooth over his scarred visage. Captain Pron, liaison…

» Rule of Acquisition Number Sixty-Two

Mission: Mission 0: Everybody Has A Story
Posted on Sat Mar 24th, 2018 @ 5:06pm by Lieutenant JG Zork

“I’m glad to hear the Academy was everything I remember you saying you’d hoped it would be. You’ve seem to have gotten along well,” Commander Ghein’s low tenor turned from conversational to inviting, “The Aubagne has been making this run for nearly fifteen years. It’s a mainstay.”

Zork adjusted the…

» The Glamourous Life of a Corporate Prince

Mission: Mission 0: Everybody Has A Story
Posted on Sat Mar 24th, 2018 @ 5:01pm by Lieutenant JG Zork

Pulsar Terminal above Gonal IV was a classic low-orbit ore-processing facility, with nearly a dozen automated processing lines within its lower decks and double that number of sprawling hangars at the top, all of which were utilized exclusively as staging areas for packing and shipping the refined material. The bays…

Latest Personal Logs

» Arrival

Posted on Sat Mar 24th, 2018 @ 8:13pm by Lieutenant JG Zork

“I thought I knew what I’d be getting into, but this place is past the beacon. Way past. The administrator - well, the interim administrator I guess - and the Intelligence Liaison are both off the station, so my first report for duty I was pretty much on my own.…