Welcome to Memory Theta!

The Greek letter Theta was used as an ancient symbol for death or danger. As the repository for technologies, artifacts, and knowledge deemed too dangerous for public awareness or even storage elsewhere, Memory Theta embodies the ancient legacy inherent to its name. Due to its highly classified contents and location, the facility and its staff have been given a quasi-mythical status among even the highest echelons of Starfleet.

Previous administrators have resigned from the post due to workplace stress and psychological strain. Retrieval missions are not for the faint of heart, having garnered an unofficial reputation of terror in the Starfleet grapevine. Whenever a Theta team shows up, it often means some type of horror is on the horizon.

Pay no mind to the domesticated Borg drone butlers.

Peruse the Memory Theta Archives if you dare, or contact us with an entry of your own--please use this template.

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Latest News Items

» Happy Belated Birthday!

Posted on Wed Nov 6th, 2019 @ 6:26pm by Captain Mrazak in General News

Memory Theta's birthday came and went without any fanfare. For shame!

At any rate, we've officially started our new mission with some decent momentum, and I look forward to seeing what happens. Nothing will be as it seems, but then again our little monster is in its terrible two's now. Maybe that's to be expected?

I'd like to take a moment to remind everyone of the Memory Theta Archives. It's been awhile since we've had a new addition. Few of the entries in the Theta Level Threats are mission related, so if anybody wants to write a one-off threat concept, the template can be found here.

Thanks for writing an awesome mission. I look forward to another great one.



» Over The Hump!

Posted on Sun Sep 29th, 2019 @ 2:58pm by Captain Mrazak in General News

In the span of two months, we have written two mass JPs that combine together into a count over 15,000 words in one of the longest mission climaxes ever. That is one-fifth of the average novel in word count. We do things a little differently on Memory Theta, but I wouldn't have it any other way. Thank you to everybody who pulled together to make it happen. I hope you all feel as proud as I do.

We've got a few resolution and epilogue posts that are being wrapped up, and then we'll launch the new mission on the two year anniversary of this sim. Those who have been with us since the beginning will be receiving their two year commendations at that time.

Tie off loose ends, pat yourselves on the back, and get ready for survival horror in the next mission - "The Hills Have Eyes"! [ghost sounds]Whoooooooo![/ghost]


» Moving Day

Posted on Tue May 28th, 2019 @ 12:37pm by Captain Mrazak in Sim Announcement

After a tumultuous 30 days of seeing Bravo Fleet unravel at the seams, the command team has elected to dissociate Memory Theta from that organization and take up with the 22nd Fleet. We'll keep the Sim of the Year award for 2018 posted on the Sim Page because we earned that, but you should already see Bravo Fleet insignia disappearing. The new fleet has graphics forthcoming, and they'll be added in time.

Stuff like that isn't important, however. Our amazing group is. We've got some novella-sized JPs about to be published, and once they are, it's off to the races.

For more information on the 22nd, check out the website. Otherwise, keep being your awesome selves!

~Captain Akiva ben-Avram/Commander Mrazak

» Awards!

Posted on Fri May 3rd, 2019 @ 12:41am by Captain Mrazak in Sim Announcement

My fellow Thetans,

I am pleased to announce that there are now sim-level awards. Many of them are long overdue, particularly the dedication citations that mark those players who have been with us from the beginning. New players will be recognized with existing awards in due time when conditions are met. Players are free to nominate one another (or even themselves, in the event of an oversight), and if there are ideas for other awards, please let me know.

With nothing else to add, congratulations to those who've received belated awards! I look forward to awarding more to our newer players in the near future!

» Bigger and Better

Posted on Mon Feb 4th, 2019 @ 2:09am by Captain Mrazak in General News

The first month of 2019 has been pretty stellar. Not only did we kick off our next mission, but we were recognized as Bravo Fleet's Sim of the Year.

Our new mission will be a canon one, the first of its kind for us. We'll be tackling the Cardassian response to the Alrakis Pact with our trademark panache. That doesn't mean the sandbox creativity is off the table though. There are enough contingencies planned to handle whatever comes down the pike. I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with.

Here's to a strong and vibrant year ahead of us!

Latest Mission Posts

» The Rule of Three

Mission: S1E4: The Hills Have Eyes
Posted on Sun Jan 12th, 2020 @ 1:28pm by Lieutenant Commander Jonah Wilson MD & Lieutenant JG Jaya Maera Garlake

"Test complete," Johan remarked, as he exited the room that was now dedicated to his remote medical suite. Quantum Entanglement Medical Interface was a remarkable idea and he knew that it would prove to be invaluable to the members of this command. The name and the abbreviation QEMI was unfortunate…

» Venereal Ingress

Mission: S1E4: The Hills Have Eyes
Posted on Wed Jan 8th, 2020 @ 8:22pm by Captain Mrazak & Lieutenant JG Ryland Dedeker & Lieutenant Colonel Storr Garlake & Commander Arianna Frost & Lieutenant Commander BaoJun Qiao & Lieutenant Sophie Xiong & Lieutenant JG Kara Madavi & Gunnery Sergeant Roderik Kos & Ferrofax

USS Phantom Bridge

The ship dropped out of warp. Mrazak could feel it before Ryland said anything from the helm. He shifted in his chair to take note of bridge activity.

"Proceed to Sol II at maximum impulse," Mrazak ordered from his command chair.

"No can do." Ryland shrugged in…

» Juris My Diction

Mission: S1E4: The Hills Have Eyes
Posted on Wed Jan 8th, 2020 @ 2:23am by Rear Admiral Gareth Tau & Lieutenant JG Kara Madavi

Most admirals enjoyed starbases. Tau was happy with his mobile command center on the USS Megaera. The actual manning of the crew was left to Captain Jorgensen, which freed Tau to focus exclusively on his projects, investigations, and inescapable hobnobbing which the directorate of the Office of Special Investigations entailed.…

» What Could Go Wrong?

Mission: S1E4: The Hills Have Eyes
Posted on Fri Dec 6th, 2019 @ 5:53pm by Captain Akiva ben-Avram & Lieutenant Commander Jonah Wilson MD & Ferrofax

It had been a weird morning, and as the day progressed it hadn't let up. There was an uncategorized threat that the field team was going to investigate, and the area of operation was Venus of all places--as pinpointed by a clairvoyant of sorts, no less. Officially, Akiva had signed…

» Tilting At Windmills

Mission: S1E4: The Hills Have Eyes
Posted on Thu Dec 5th, 2019 @ 7:57pm by Captain Akiva ben-Avram & Captain Mrazak & Lieutenant Colonel Storr Garlake & Commander Arianna Frost & Lieutenant Commander BaoJun Qiao & Lieutenant Sophie Xiong & Lieutenant JG Kara Madavi & Gunnery Sergeant Roderik Kos & Ferrofax & Lieutenant JG Grace Sternwood Ph.D. & Chief Warrant Officer Maisy Amburton PhD

=/\="This is Captain Mrazak to all essential personnel. Report to the USS Phantom for immediate embarkation."=/\=

===Lieutenant Xiong’s quarters===


Having just settled down with a good book, Sophie was more than a little annoyed at having to get up again. Would this be the way things always were? Would…

Latest Personal Logs

» Arrival

Posted on Sat Mar 24th, 2018 @ 12:13pm by Lieutenant JG Zork

“I thought I knew what I’d be getting into, but this place is past the beacon. Way past. The administrator - well, the interim administrator I guess - and the Intelligence Liaison are both off the station, so my first report for duty I was pretty much on my own.…