U.S.S. Agincourt was a Star Trek sim that served within the Star Trek Simulation Forum. Founded in 2005, the game was cancelled in 2009 but restored briefly before finally being removed from all schedules in 2012.

Sim History

The Agincourt launched on March 18, 2005 under the command of Captain Simeon Davies and Colonel C.E. Harper. Running on Wednesday nights at 10pm Eastern in STSF chat rooms. The sim was the only game within the organization's history to ever be set within a "future" era, beginning approximately 17 years after the events seen in Star Trek: Nemesis. The Agincourt was also one of only two ships in the forum to offer Marines as a regular rostered position. One feature of the game was the utilization of planned long-term plot arcs.

In 2009, the game was cancelled but was temporarily resurrected. It was permanently closed and removed from schedules in 2002.


Season One: The Cry of Versailles

The first season focused on establishing the current political situation of the galaxy, with an emphasis on joint ventures between the Federation, Klingons, and Romulans in the spirit of the 2395 Treaty of Versailles, which ended hostilities between these powers. (Theoretically, at least.) It also introduced rogue elements unhappy with the three-way peace, and debuted a new, mysterious enemy whose origins and motives were unknown. In the season finale, Agincourt followed two enemy vessels through a strange vortex.

Hiatus: ISS Agincourt

To draw out suspense between seasons, the Agincourt temporarily turned into a mirror-universe version of itself for a stand-alone plot. This may become a recurring feature of the Agincourt, real life permitting.

Season Two: Distant Shores

The second season opened with Agincourt's three sections alone in unknown, hostile space. Eventually the sections were able to rendezvous and determine their location: in the Perseus Arm of the Milky Way, near the border between the Alpha and Gamma Quadrants. Too far from home and from the Gamma Quadrant end of the Bajoran wormhole to effect a quick trip home, the Agincourt has been forced to explore in hopes of locating the technology which brought her here. This season introduces three new major races: the Selshans, the Umbara, and the Soltans. The intentions of all three are presently unknown.


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