[USS Hephaistos] :: Aut viam inveniam aut faciam

Aut viam inveniam aut faciam

The USS Hephaistos (The Mighty H to her crew) was named after the Greek Olympic God of fire, smiths, craftsmen, metalworking, stonemasonry and sculpture. This state of the art Ascension class vessel is just at home in a firefight as she is scanning cosmic anomalies or developing and producing new tech on the go. Her motto is by the old earth General Hannibal "aut viam inveniam aut faciam" - I will find a way or make one.

Given her size and scale The Mighty H falls into a very unique category of starship where much like the galaxy glass of vessels she has a big capacity for civilians. So whether you are looking to fly the biggest ship in the fleet, handle the engineering quirks of the most advanced technology or start up your own club the help the masses of sweaty Starfleet personnel relax the USS Hephaistos is the place you.

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Latest News Items

» End of an Era

Posted on Wed Jul 4th, 2018 @ 1:22am by Captain James Warrington in Sim Announcement

Greetings Folks.

So I wanted to let you know of a decision that I've been thinking about for the last month. The TLDR is that for a variety of reasons I have decided to close the Hephaistos. While this is the end of an era here I am not stepping down from a command per se. Instead I will be trying something new under Division 74. For those that don't know Division 74 is where Pegasus Fleet supports non canon or even non startrek sims of all kinds and flavours. I hope to see a couple of you there. Admiral S'irra will be in touch soon to help you transfer characters to a new sim if you wish. This website will also be left live for the next two months.

It has been a pleasure and I look forward to the next chapter.

Live Long and Prosper.

Captain James Warrington
USS Hephaistos

» Welcome

Posted on Sat Mar 24th, 2018 @ 3:00am by Captain James Warrington in Sim Announcement

I want to say a warm welcome to our new Chief Medical Officer, Lieutenant Calista Aereen MD as well as our new Assistance Chief Medical officer, Lieutenant Jennifer Richardson M.D.who will also be doubling as a combat medic for the Marines on board. It's great to have you both on board the Mighty H and I look forward to writing with you both.


» Silver Sim of the Month

Posted on Mon Mar 12th, 2018 @ 4:11am by Captain James Warrington in General News

A big congratulations to everyone here. Our hard work in January paid off with the Hephaistos being awarded the Silver Sim of the month. Thank you for all your hard work so far this year.


» Its a whole new.... Mission!

Posted on Sat Mar 3rd, 2018 @ 2:06pm by Captain James Warrington in Sim Announcement

Our new mission it's a whole new world has gone live today. Finish up any R&R posts that you might have and any new posts please post them to the new mission titles "It's a whole new World." The obligatory briefing post has also been started so reply to that and lets get through it quickly.

I'd also like to take this opportunity to welcome Lieutenant JG Rohlev th'Zequis our Chief Science Officer and also Captain Malcolm Harrison our new Marine Commanding Officer. You should definitely visit the Providence Club in the civilian quarters and get to know each other!


» New Website and New Mission Announcment!

Posted on Wed Feb 14th, 2018 @ 10:08am by Captain James Warrington in Sim Announcement

Hi Folks,

Firstly thank you all for bearing with the transition to the new website. Apart from 1 or 2 characters everything has been transferred to the new website and since it's hosted with PF this should be the last time we need to do that. Please finish up any R&R posts over the next two weeks.

Secondly the new mission is available for viewing here: https://hephaistos.pegasusfleet.net/index.php/sim/missions/id/2
Read it and get ready to rollios. We launch on Saturday and can begin posting to it then.

Lastly we are in need of some new players so if you know anyone looking for another sim please feel free to direct them here!


Captain James Warrington
Commanding Officer
USS Hephaistos


Latest Mission Posts

» Landing Prep

Mission: It's a Whole New World
Posted on Tue Jun 5th, 2018 @ 3:10am by 1st Lieutenant Caleb Jennsen & Major Patrick Smith

Serenity dropships were one of the Marine Corps less useful ships in recent years. Used primarily for combat zones and hostile environments to set up temporary bases quickly they did however serve fit for purpose for the Hephaistos today. Warrington had ordered 5 on board with a variety of pods…

» Dinner at the Captains Table

Mission: R&R
Posted on Wed May 16th, 2018 @ 9:44pm by Captain James Warrington & Commander Tracy Henderson

Tracy stared at the chronometer on the wall in her quarters. It was 19:45 and she had a dinner invitation with the Captain at 20:00. A lot of things were going through her mind. Should she dress casual, wear her standard uniform or put on her dress uniform. She had…

» Setting Course

Mission: It's a Whole New World
Posted on Tue May 1st, 2018 @ 3:17am by Captain James Warrington & Major Patrick Smith & Commander Tracy Henderson & Lieutenant JG Seamus MacDonald Jr & Lieutenant JG Un'nara & Lieutenant JG Rohlev th'Zequis & 1st Lieutenant Caleb Jennsen

Walking onto the bridge at the start of a mission never got old. The excitement amongst the crew was palpable at this stage and as James walked around the massive room to his center chair the engineer in him had yet another chuckle about the wasted room here. As he…

» Shiney and Chrome

Mission: R&R
Posted on Fri Apr 6th, 2018 @ 5:18pm by 1st Lieutenant Caleb Jennsen & Major Patrick Smith

With most of the fighters now on board Smith was starting to relax. They had just 6 hours to get the final flight docked, stowed and ready to go again. This batch thankfully came not with the bases hodge podge of amateur fliers, (Pat was a bit annoyed at one…

» A Doctor's Work Is Never Done

Mission: R&R
Posted on Thu Apr 5th, 2018 @ 3:43am by Lieutenant Calista Aereen MD & Captain James Warrington

Calista materialized on the transporter pad and gave the operator a smile. "Thank you Chief." She said as she stepped down and entered the corridor. The Hephaistos was a behemoth of a starship, the fact it carried civilians made her think back to the start of her career and her…