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Gamma Command

Posted on 24 Jul 2021 @ 1:53pm by Captain Harvey Geisler

Hello all,

I've hinted this on several occasions, many times privately, but today I'm excited to announce a sister sim to the USS Black Hawk... Gamma Command!

Its pacing and structure is different than the Black Hawk. Departments will be mainly independent, and will have occasional interaction. The story possibilities are virtually endless. Here's a little more about the sim itself:

The current sim year is 2390 (matching that of the USS Black Hawk) and while construction on Gamma Command continues, operations within the base have commenced. In addition to regular base operations, Gamma Command:

  1. is responsible for the security of the Ha'dara system

  2. holds the HQ for admiralty operations

  3. features a full repair and service yard and docking system, capable of supporting up to 16 ships

  4. houses Search and Rescue, Scientific and Technical Assessment Teams, a full Starfighter Wing

  5. ...and more!

Our unique premise allows for an open-world environment! Once on board, you're welcome to casually stroll throughout the starbase, or even lead an entire department on your own. You're also free to link up with existing players and collaborate on the various storylines that are developing. You can read more about our world and how it operates here.

Now that the site is public and you all are likely browsing it, you may notice a couple familiar faces on the roster. The first being Zachary O'Connell. He was my first character, and I got to revive him a bit in a former fleet. I'm excited to be playing him again full time! You'll also notice that the Starfighter Wing will be commanded by our very own... Commander Terry Walsh? That's right. Walsh will be transferring to Gamma Command following this mission. The player will be replacing his XO position here with a new character at that time.

Gamma Command is also not tethered to any fleet. 100% independent. Its canon will be meshed with the Black Hawk. While each sim can impact the other, they are still largely independent from each other, especially since we explore different parts of the Gamma Quadrant.

It's an exciting time, and I definitely look forward to diving more into Gamma Command. The Black Hawk isn't going anywhere. In fact, I hope she's got at least eight years left in her. Thank you all for listening, and happy simming!


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