Welcome to STF

Welcome to STF, the best online Bulletin-board style Star Trek Role-Playing site on the internet. Founded in 1991, STF existed originally on the Prodigy "Classic" network, which provided a unique bulletin-board style format. While most RPG groups conduct their actions in live chat, which requires everyone to be online at the same time, or play-by-email, which requires sifting through many messages on your email account, the WeBB provides a central location for our RPG.

Latest news

Vacancy- Marketing & Advertising Coordinator

With the iLOA of Rob Jones, we are looking for a new Marketing & Advertising Coordinator. **Full training provided!!**

The MAC position is very important and does a lot more than simply advertise the club. They are a representative for STF to the public, including the RP Community.

Marketing is a key goal for Adam and I this term, and we're looking for someone who:

-is willing to work as a team with the Exec towards promoting the club through advertising and community outreach.
-has the ability to coordinate various individuals who are called in to help with projects for the MAC.


Club-wide call for Mentors!

Have you ever wanted to help mentor new STF members and mold them into an excellent roleplayer within the club? If so, you could have that chance if you sign up to be a mentor.


Mentors Coordinator position open!

Unfortunately, I had to let Amanda Mercer go as Mentors Coordinator so I am re-opening the position to applications.


Club-Wide EDept Invitation

To the club at large:

A post has been made in the Engineering Department which everyone in the club should read. The content therein has the potential to affect the club at large in a major way.

It can be found here

Thank you for your time.

Nicholas Villarreal, Engineering Director

Discovery-class Mark II Specification Under Review

After a long wait and a lot of effort on the part of a previous Engineering Director (Robert Archer) and the current Assistant Engineering Director (Matthew Wiseman), we finally have a fully-written copy of a revised specification for the Discovery-class. It's seen quite a bit of use around the club throughout the years, and we still have plenty of them around. If you like the Disco, and like role playing on one of these ships, we definitely want your input. Let us know if you think something is playable, if it's confusing to read - whatever you like or dislike, we want to know!

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