Stardate, 9884.4. In the midst of celebrating the 183rd day of the mission, Lyonesse receives a distress call from what seams to be the missing Vulcan research cruiser, VES Sonak. Finding the vessel apparently wrecked and lifeless, the away team are surprised when they find the crew very much alive.
Notes and game statistics for the U.S.S. Lexington NCC-1709.
Stardate, 9871.7. Lyonesse encounters an apparently-abandoned alien vessel in the vicinity of a recent supernova. The boarding party encounters ghostly lights and hostile vegetation and plants, while something stalks them in the shadows as they try to solve the mystery.
Stardate, 9861.8. The landing party embeds themselves into the local civilisation in order to learn how to get to the pilgrim route up the volcano. Captain Masuda and her crew discover they may not be the only warp-capable civilisation moving about the nebula.
Stardate, 9857.2. Lyonesse conducts major repairs while her Anthropology Officer plans an away mission with a difference.
Stardate, 9851.9. Plot: Lyonesse heads for the entrance to the nebula, carrying Atlantis’s crew back to Deep Space 3. Unfortunately, that won’t be as simple as they think, and plans have to be revised.
Stardate 9842.7. Captain Masuda and her away team find they have to resolve the conflict among Atlantis’s crew before they can rescue them all.
Stardate 9815.1. Dr Vale and Lt Astan fight to prevent the hijacking of a civilian transport by pirates.
Stardate 9842.6. As the mouth of the wormhole expands, the crew turns its attention to the possibility of rescuing the crew of Atlantis, and staging their own escape.
Stardate 9842.5. Receiving an ancient Earth Starfleet distress signal from a crashed shuttlepod, Lyonesse rescues a crazed survivor, while sensors detect a vessel stranded in the event horizon of the nearby wormhole.
Stardate 9839.5. Captain Masuda leads an away mission beneath the oceans of the planet, where they encounter something disturbing.
Stardate 9839.3. Lyonesse’s oberservations of the biome of “space whales” feeding off stellar winds at BC-03 are interrupted by a local hunter, and the discovery that the whales themselves are sentient.