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Pegasus Fleet was founded in October 2009 as a simming fleet which held the directive of abiding by its own rules at the very heart of its being. From the start, an assertive effort has been, and always will be made to ensure that all accounts of favouritism are avoided. Positions are not granted on the Pegasus Fleet Admiralty by who you know, but rather the quality of your application, and the skills you display. It is the fleet commander's intent that Pegasus Fleet's reputation for fairness and equality be in high regard all the way to the very top of the online simming community; that when someone asks about a fleet which focuses on fairness to all members, ours is the name that springs instantly to mind.

We at Pegasus Fleet believe that one of the best ways to keep consistency and high standards in role playing is to have a good source of reference and background information. The Pegasus Fleet Wiki is designed as an informative database usable by any member of the fleet, or indeed the online simming community. Any member of Pegasus Fleet may edit or add articles and information, as long as they follow the policies for editing pages here on the Wiki. If you'd like to start contributing but don't know where, a good way to get started is to take a look at our stub pages, wanted pages and any listing marked by our maintenance templates as incomplete, non-existent or pages that need some work on improving them.

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January - June 2020 – Ascension class

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Designed in early 2345, the Ascension-class was meant to be the next flagship of Starfleet. However, due to the sheer size of the vessel, the power requirements, and the prohibitive costs of building it, the design was shelved.

In 2380, after the Dominion War, the Borg attacks on Federation space, and other minor skirmishes, the Advanced Starship Design Bureau pulled the design for the Ascension-class off the shelves and had a closer look at it. They started to update the design, utilizing lessons learned on the Vesta Project. The designers also looked at the hull and shields, which at the time were inadequate for a capital ship such as this. They added an additional layer of hull to make it triple-layered, incorporated a regenerative shield system (similar to the one equipped on the Sovereign-class), enhanced the shield generators to produce more shield power, and increased the available power to the shield generators.

Next they looked at the power systems, which required a drastic upgrade to accommodate all of the modern weaponry. There was also a requirement for a higher warp factor. The designers and the Starfleet Corps of Engineers worked tirelessly on this problem for months, experimenting with various types of warp cores, even upgrading them to produce more power, but no design proved to be enough to power such a large ship. The designers decided to get radical. Thus far, the tests of the Excalibur-class with its dual warp core system had proven quite successful. They ran a simulation of with three warp cores in the same fashion and were quite pleased with the results they achieved. Two warp cores running at 75% could power the ship for normal operations, with the third kept on hot standby. In Red Alert conditions, the third warp core could power up to provide much of the needed power for shields and weapons. They also installed massive fusion reactors to power the impulse systems and provide secondary power for the ship, which can power the shields at 50% while the third warp core is brought online.

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Fleet Canon Portal

Fleet Canon is an important aspect to Pegasus Fleet's fibre of In Character devotion. The members of the fleet work hard to ensure that entries are created that add an impressive, and unique flavour to our universe, tailored for Pegasus Fleet, and chronicled here on the Pegasus Fleet Wiki. See below for just a selection of the items that have been deemed as Canon by the Commanding Officers of the Fleet:

Elaborated Trek Canon

Unique Fleet Canon

Galactic Anthropology Committee

The Galactic Anthropology Committee is the primary organisation within Pegasus Fleet, charged with the creation and extension of In Character articles and information regarding species, governments, planets, locations, ships and persons of note. Their purpose is to enhance the universe in which the membership of the fleet partakes their simming endeavours in by providing captains and crews with new possibilities, and a deeper understanding of the region of the galaxy in which we play.

The Galactic Anthropology Committee has the primary responsibility for assisting items towards GAC Article status, or for nominating more major items for vote and acceptance as Fleet Canon. The GAC is a division of Pegasus Fleet Research & Development and consists of the following members;

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If you are interested in joining the Galactic Anthropology Committee, contact the Director of Research & Development.