Welcome to the USS Asgard, a proud member of Obsidian Fleet!

This is an 18+ SIMM.

This is the USS Asgard, a Norway class ship set up to survey and explore the many space anomalies in and along the Federations many borders. Currently The Asgard is assigned to the Phendara Drifts to take samples and readings of the composition of the drifts. Her previous Captain was slain on his last mission, The Asgard suffered heavy losses and severe damage on that last outing. The ship was hammered by Breen Raiders who had recently become more active in the sector. So now with a new Commander, a new crew and repairs completed the Asgard is returning. Not a ship of war by any means she does have teeth and a dedicated crew. Starfleet Command does not want a war so the Asgard has the added duty of finding out why the Breen are so interested in this area. The Norway is basically equal to a Breen frigate, but they seldom travel alone and the Norway class would have no choice but to run from a pack of them! So finding out why the Breen are here is not going to be an easy task.

USS Asgard was voted the SIMM of the year for 2013

Welcome to Adventure, to take the chance to risk it all. Winning is the only option as losing means a cold death. The Asgard is one of the most comfortable berths in the Fleet with spacious rooms and accommodations for even the lowest ranks. Live well and enjoy life as it may be short!!

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Latest News Items

» The Passing of a Class Act

Posted on Fri Feb 27th, 2015 @ 2:45pm by Captain Raymond Wulfe in General News

The following was a message on the CO board:

Friday 27 February 2015 will be a date that all Star Trek fans will remember as one of the saddest in history.

Leonard Nimoy, best known for his role in Star Trek as Spock, sadly passed away at his home from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Bel Air, LA at a young age of 83.

Nimoy had announced this last year and attributed it to years of smoking, which he had quit decades previously. It was reported earlier this week he had been taken to hospital on 19 February after suffering from chest pains.

He later tweeted: "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory."

He signed off with "LLAP" - a reference to his character's famous catchphrase, "Live long and prosper". It was to be his final tweet.

We take this moment to reflect upon our own lives and our own actions as a community mourns the passing of one of its pillars of conscience and devotion.

To all of the players of Obsidian Fleet, past, present and future; Live long and prosper.


Admiral Myrkul Sharr

Joint Fleet Command | Webmaster

Obsidian Fleet

» January awards

Posted on Tue Feb 17th, 2015 @ 11:11pm by Captain Raymond Wulfe in General News

You might all enjoy knowing we were recognized by the fleet for the Bronze award for January. A very nice way to start of the new year people, congratulations.

» Message from TF72

Posted on Thu Jan 15th, 2015 @ 2:56pm by Captain Raymond Wulfe in General News

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to let you all in on a little secret, especially our new Commanding Officers who might not know all of this, but Task Force 72 is actually on social media!!! HOW AWESOME!!

We have a Facebook page and a twitter account and it would be so fantastic if you could all head to the links and like/follow us as well as inform your crews about our social media presence. It is getting bigger and better with information going through to both accounts at the same time and we’d be more than happy to see you all posting on the wall and tweeting to us. We’d love to see you and your crews as it is another avenue for us to get information out to you all, as well as important things and we might even be able to spotlight some simulations every so often and see what we can do to get the name of our Task Force out there.

The links are as follows:

Facebook > https://www.facebook.com/taskforce72 (I’d love to see us get to 100 likes pretty soon, we have 21 at the moment)
Facebook > https://www.facebook.com/obsidian.ninth.fleet (this is the fleet one, so it would be lovely if you could like this one as well)
Twitter > https://twitter.com/taskforce72 (we have 60 following, you might even get a follow back)

So, please let your crews know of our presence on social media, and we can’t wait to see you liking and following us, so you can all stay in touch with us even more

If you need anything else, please do not hesitate to get into contact with me.

Commodore Matthew Harrison Ph.D
Commanding Officer, USS Cavalry
Task Group 72-B "Black Ravens" Commanding Officer
Senior Task Group Commanding Officer, Task Force 72 “The Peacekeepers”

» Another year

Posted on Wed Dec 31st, 2014 @ 11:06pm by Captain Raymond Wulfe in General News

Happy New Year to all. The Asgard had a stand out year and most everyone participated well above requirements. Many way above them! Participation is one of the things that sets us apart as a top SIMM and for that I thank everyone. This was our second full calender year and in May we finish our third year as a SIMM. This year was super, we averaged bout 198 counts per month and until only these last two months we were at 10 or above crew. We had 7 months above 200 counts which is outstanding. We averaged above 10 counts per person for all 12 months. December was out lowest count at 113. Which is very successful count by any standard. Considering the losses in crew and all the myriad factors we ran into it is pretty amazing we got as many was we did! The dedication displayed by this crew is inspiring to put it mildly! Thank you for another great year.

I also want to congratulate all of you on quality, we have no skimpy post and our writing and stories rank with any SIMM anywhere. We only won a silver and a bronze this year but we have received high praise from others nearly every month.

So once again thank you, and lets look to another good year to come.

Raymond of the Asgard

» Bartender needs to tend.

Posted on Thu Nov 20th, 2014 @ 12:40pm by Sidwell Graeme in General News

Anyone want to meet the shiny new bartender? I'd love to meet the crew. Any and all tags welcome.

Chris aka

Latest Mission Posts

» It has been a month Part 2. (mature content)

Mission: 13. Shore leave: Love is in the Air
Posted on Wed Apr 1st, 2015 @ 4:04pm by Captain Raymond Wulfe & Warrant Officer Bill Swenson & Commander Elisad Amar MD & Ensign Tarah


Bill found drinking and eating was a bit of a hassle and pointed to a bench. "Tarah lets sit down to finish before I end up spilling the open beer. I hate ta lose any." He was anxious to get to their room but he also knew a short…

» First time on their own Part 2.

Mission: 13. Shore leave: Love is in the Air
Posted on Wed Apr 1st, 2015 @ 4:02pm by Captain Raymond Wulfe & Commander Elisad Amar MD


Dunbar walked into the craft store holding the door for Gabby. Several store clerks looked their way but none came forward, not that they ignored the customers, it was more like they were waiting till the new arrivals began showing an interest so they knew who would wait on…

» The pyche evaluation

Mission: 13. Shore leave: Love is in the Air
Posted on Wed Apr 1st, 2015 @ 10:12am by Lieutenant Commander Eve Coventina & Lieutenant JG Regus Taylor


Regus was on his way to the Chief Counselor's Office to do his pyche evaluation, he was sure that he would pass, but only took one wrong word or answer and then he would be declared off duty. He did not have a problem with counselor's after all the…

» More Than Roses Bloom pt 2

Mission: 13. Shore leave: Love is in the Air
Posted on Wed Apr 1st, 2015 @ 10:11am by Lieutenant JG Regus Taylor & Petty Officer 2nd Class Purrsephone


After her nap, a shower and tidying up her quarters Purrsephone sat brushing out her hair in preparation of braiding it before putting on her uniform. She thought about what took place with Regus earlier. Once her hair was back up she put her uniform on and headed down…

» The abyss in my heart

Mission: 13. Shore leave: Love is in the Air
Posted on Wed Apr 1st, 2015 @ 9:18am by Lieutenant Commander Eve Coventina & Mikaia Aleydis


Mikaia took a deep breath, she was nervous, she'd talked to a grief counselor once or twice after Davids death, but she'd been so consumed that she did not take it seriously. Now, she knew she needed to heal, and she needed help.

Clutching Davids ring, on a necklace…

Latest Personal Logs

» Sticking your nose in other peoples fights

Posted on Thu Mar 26th, 2015 @ 9:48am by 2nd Lieutenant Ryder Gawyn


Sitting in the cockpit of the Danube on the flight to Byzell was much like the days of Ryder's youth. Gawyn watched the stars stream by and thought of the days when after his mother had been butchered his father had sat next to him ranting about how unfair…

» Trials and Tribulations

Posted on Wed Mar 25th, 2015 @ 6:20pm by Lieutenant Commander Eve Coventina

::: Earth, a few months previous to current timeline :::

"We find the defendant..."

Eve Coventina watched on with what she hoped was calm and neutral features. Her long, dark hair was neatly plaited, and her dark brown eyes only seemed all the more dark for the natural paleness of…

» Of love lost... part 8

Posted on Tue Mar 17th, 2015 @ 8:04pm by Mikaia Aleydis

“You are my soulmate, and I will cherish you, love you, and stand by your all the days of my life.” Mikaia said with tears in her eyes. She was briefly worried that she would look like a mess, but who would ever accuse a bride who was crying in…

» Of love lost... part 7

Posted on Tue Mar 17th, 2015 @ 8:04pm by Mikaia Aleydis

Life became a whirlwind for Mikaia after that weekend, she and David spent every moment together they could spare, enduring long lines at the transport station whenever they had to. Since Mikaia was on school vacation she stayed in Boston with David most of the time, she was completely in…

» Of love lost... part 6 (Mature)

Posted on Tue Mar 17th, 2015 @ 8:04pm by Mikaia Aleydis

Mikaia smirked, “Finish your dinner.” she said, and quickly ate more of hers. They looked at each other through the candlelight as they ate in relative silence for nearly ten minutes. Both having finished and drank half their wine glasses it was clear dinner was over.

Finally David got up…