USS NOGURA NCC-78204-A

As the first Starfleet vessel constructed in the Gamma Quadrant, the USS Nogura continues the proud traditions and reputations of previous vessels to bear her name. A brand-new ship with the latest technologies and a fearsome reputation to live up to, the Nogura is sure to make her presence felt in the space lanes of the Alpha Quadrant following her transfer to Task Force 72 and the home quadrants. But even in the traditional heartlands of the Federation, the course of peace never runs smoothly...

Threats linger around every corner with enemy agents threatening to dismantle the fragile peace process at every opportunity. A new threat lurks in the shadows, eager to play its role in the galaxy whilst old threats seek to reassert themselves.

With her long-serving commander promoted to pastures new, and her subsequent replacement revealed to be a Consortium traitor, a new man takes the reigns of arguably the finest ship to grace the Federation. A man reputed to be a fearsome tactician with years of experience in command of his previous starship, Captain Colby Drayton has been chosen to hunt down those who lurk in the shadows and expose all who seek to destroy everything the Federation has accomplished…

Nogura is a 16+ Play by Nova Simulation set in the year 2389, deep in the heart of Federation space.





A proud multi-time recipient of the Sim of the Month Award.






Latest Mission Posts

» 2389; A Perplexing Space Odyssey

Mission: Episode 7: Into The Fire
Posted on Sat Mar 9th, 2019 @ 8:19pm by Captain Colby Drayton & Lieutenant Akaria Okan

With the Nogura having successfully departed Starbase 72, Captain Colby Drayton and his senior staff had monitored ships systems for over six hours and, once everyone was satisfied that the ship was running as efficiently as possible, he had ordered a temporary change to shift patterns for the day. It…


» Blue Skies

Mission: Episode 6: War Crimes
Posted on Sat Mar 9th, 2019 @ 6:22pm by Captain Colby Drayton & Lieutenant Commander Zar Proht

Zar let out a nice loud yawn as he walked through space port theta, it had been a long three week trip to take on his new assignment. Transferred from one end of the Federation to the other as a passenger was boring, especially the stares and side bar conversations…


» So, the Cardassian's can be useful afterall...

Mission: Episode 6: War Crimes
Posted on Sat Mar 9th, 2019 @ 6:21pm by Captain Colby Drayton & Lieutenant Commander William Hunt & Commodore Nilani Azulas

It had been a long trip, but William Hunt, now proudly wearing the pips of a Lieutenant Commander, was finally aboard Starbase 72. Now here he was on the gangway towards the USS Nogura alongside Commodore Nilani Azulas, ready to meet Captain Drayton.

He had pieced together some key bits…


» QSD Trials

Mission: Episode 6: War Crimes
Posted on Sat Mar 9th, 2019 @ 6:20pm by Captain Colby Drayton & Lieutenant Commander Cordelia Millarini & Lieutenant Akaria Okan & Commander Tara Neprem & Lieutenant JG Joseph 'Seph' Swift & Lieutenant JG Jamie Franklin & Lieutenant JG Eza Bergen PhD & Master Chief Petty Officer Andrea Carter

Five days. Five long days of repairs, internal diagnostics, crew evaluations and transfers. Five long days but the day had finally arrived. During breakfast that morning, with many located around the ship (including the Captain), the announcement from engineering had come over the internal comm array - the Quantum Slipstream…


» A New Way of Life

Mission: Episode 6: War Crimes
Posted on Wed Feb 27th, 2019 @ 7:23pm by Captain Colby Drayton & Lieutenant JG Joseph 'Seph' Swift

Joseph Swift stepped off the transporter pad. The USS Tasmania had transported him to USS Nogura, his new home, at Starbase 72. Here, he would take on the role of their Chief Flight Operations Officer. This was the step that he always wanted to take, all in memory of his…


Latest Personal Logs

» Captain's Log, Mission Day 146, 1000 Hours

Posted on Sun Mar 10th, 2019 @ 8:48pm by Captain Colby Drayton

To say that the last month or so has been a severe test for this crew is more than a mere understatement. This crew has had to deal with some of the harshest realities that life could throw at them; betrayal, guilt, pain, suffering... and loss. I was once told…