Welcome aboard the USS Kitsune; Finding what the bold missed.
Kitsune are often presented as tricksters, with motives that vary from mischief to malevolence. Stories tell of Kitsune playing tricks on overly proud samurai, greedy merchants, and boastful commoners, while the crueler ones abuse poor tradesmen and farmers or devout Buddhist monks.
Starfleet’s decision to name their latest experiment in compartmentalization after these tricksters wasn’t taken lightly. Taking the unassuming Saber Hull, Starfleet Research and Development stuffed as many Weapons systems, Experimental Engines, shields, and sensor suites into the small sixteen deck ship as they could.
Now tasked out to the Hermes Group of Task Force 72, the USS Kitsune serves as a Light Escort Vessel and a Heavy Science Cutter.
Welcome aboard the USS Kitsune.
Latest Mission Posts
The reinforced doors of the Armor slid open as Commander Clearwater All but marched in, Taking a moment to look around for His new Tactical officer.
Twitches her ears a bit, the feline standing in the middle of the armory, holding an impromptu meeting with some of her staff. Well,…
Micheal "Mikey" Clearwater Straightened out his Uniform, his Steel grey eyes locked firmly on the PADD resting on his Arm rest. He Was currently awaiting the PADDs primary subject. "Let's see if he's late..."
The appointment time came and went. It seemed to be a no-show.
Mikey sighed and rubbed…
Latest Personal Logs
Posted on Wed Oct 10th, 2018 @ 4:29pm by Lieutenant Sriri Mac'Toh
Security Chief's personal log, Stardate 6685.952
It's been two hours since we were brought into the Kitsune, and our personnel is still missing. I am running the Tetryon Sweep Lieutenant Zsan ordered, but I can't help but feel this is a waste of time. We're missing nearly a third of…
Posted on Tue Aug 7th, 2018 @ 6:42pm by Lieutenant JG Aesara Kolokotronis
Personal Log, Stardate 66257.3
Though I have a journal that I have kept on a regular basis since Finita Jernejo, Starfleet requires that a personal log be kept electronically as well. I have been keeping my log in the native tongue of my homeworld and, since there have never been…