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  • 2019-04-02: Exiting development in the story! The Battle of the Apertures has ended, and the Epilogue is in full throttle. A new Crew Manifest has been annouced, so make sure you read up on the development in the Main OOC thread!
  • 2019-02-13: Please welcome back, IronFerrox, in the Main OOC thread! He is a returning Theurgist of old.
  • 2019-02-04: Please welcome our newest Theurgist, Lex Dalton, on the Main OOC board!
  • 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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Warp Factor Calculator

This is the official Warp Factor Calculator for Star Trek: Theurgy. It is based on the conclusions made by Stephen R. Schmitt, and all credit to for the research goes to him, in how he found the references needed to make a comprehensive and accurate formula. The calculator below has been improved in output format, showing years, days, months and seconds instead of just # years/days + decimals. It was also made for sake of easy access on our own site, but the credit still goes to Stephen R. Schmitt for the starting-point of this calculator.

Star Trek: Theurgy Warp Factor Calculator
Choose warp factor:

Choose distance in light-years:

It would take....

minute(s) and
second(s) reach your destination.

The velocity would be:
x C (speed of light)

The calculator is operated by entering a warp factor number that is greater than 0 but lower than 10, followed by choosing the distance in light-years, and then pressing the Energize! button. All entries are cleared by pressing the Clear Log button. If the warp factor is too large, or you have used a comma (,) instead of a period (.), the results will display: NaN (Not a Number)

The calculator determines the speed according to the warp scale used in Star Trek: The Next Generation; Deep Space 9; and Star Trek: Voyager. Warp 10 is infinite speed that cannot be reached. Warp speeds in the original series were based on a different scale.