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  • 2019-09-13: Forum update complete! Bugs and issues fixing underway. Posting can now resume!
  • 2019-08-23: Please welcome Carden to the sim in the Main OOC thread!
  • 2019-04-30: Season 1 has come to an end, and we have begun to write in the Aldea Prime Anthology between Seasons. Read more in the Main OOC thread!
  • 2019-06-01: Until we've entered the Aldea Prime phase fully, with away missions launched and a means for In-Character recruitment to the hidden ship being set up, recruitment is now closed. The joining the crew page has been updated accordingly.
  • 2018-12-17: Did you know that you can change the ship displayed on the site in your Look and Layout settings? Pick your favourite ship or warp fighter! You can also add writing requests to your Forum Profile.
  • 2018-12-17: If you check your character page, and click on the Academy Class link at the bottom of the page, you can see who your character went to the Academy with. Perfect for Director's Cut board shenanigans!

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Stardate Calculator

This is the official Stardate calculator for Star Trek: Theurgy. It is based on the conclusions made by TrekGuide.com, and all credit to for the research goes to them, in how they found the references needed to make a comprehensive and accurate TNG, Voyager and DS9 stardate reference-point. The calculators below were made for easy access on our own site, but the credit goes to TrekGuide.com.

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Disclaimer: Please note that there is a discrepancy of ca 4 minutes when comparing the same stardate in the two calculators above. This could not be remedied, and the slight difference shouldn't matter.