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The '''Duronis Embassy''' is a prospective SIMming location based on a planet, where the Federation, Romulans, and Zalkonians have a stake in trying to "woo" the [[Laudean]]s to become allies.
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The '''Embassy of Duronis II''' is a United Federation of Planets diplomatic installation on the planet of [[Duronis II]] in the [[Luxis system]]. It's facilities are augmented by the [[USS Thor]].
  
== Articles ==
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==Quick Stats==
* [[Laudean|The Laudeans]]
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* '''Sentient Species''': [[Laudean]]s (like "Human")
** [[Laudean Government]]
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* '''Native name for system''': [[Luxis system]] (like "Sol system")
** [[Laudean Fielding|The Fielding]]
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* '''Native name for planet''': Til'ahn (like "Earth")
* [[Duronis Spacial Geography|Spacial Geography]]
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* '''Federation name for system''': Duronis system
* [[Duronis II]]
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* '''Federation name for planet''': Duronis II (like "Terra", or "Sol III")
* [[Embassy Stats|The Embassy]]
 
** [[Embassy Crew]]
 
** [[Embassy Transportation]]
 
* Embassy OOC Factbook
 
** [[Embassy Themes and Plotlines]]
 
** [[Embassy Naming Conventions]]
 
** [[Embassy Characters|Characters]]
 
  
== SIM Quick Stats ==
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==Brief Introduction==
* '''Race''': the Laudeans (like "Human")
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: ''Main article: [[Full Embassy Plot Summary]]''
* '''Native name for system''': the Luxis system (like "Sol system")
 
* '''Native name for planet''': Til'hon (like "Earth")
 
* '''Federation name for system''': the Duronis system
 
* '''Federation name for planet''': Duronis II (like "Terra", or "Sol II")
 
  
== Introductory Teaser ==
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The Laudean species became warp capable in 2379. Upon discovery of their newfound abilities, StarFleet made First Contact, followed by the Romulans and Zalkonians soon after. What ensued was a dramatic social upheaval of the Laudeans, resulting in a revolution that destroyed their modern monarchy and world government, and replaced it with a socialist republic.  
The Laudeans achieve warp flight uneventfully, without immediate intervention from higher powers or alien beings. Instead, they are afforded a fair bit of solitude for a few months, until around the time the warp phenomenon gains newsworthy level on Tilhon.  
 
  
Just a week before the Laudeans are scheduled to send a live crew into the to another planet and back, a StarFleet ship passing nearby monitors the residual effects of warp flight. As StarFleet makes contact, things are rapidly changing on Tilhon. The Laudeans are opening thir eyes to a new era for their people: one of limitless boundaries.  
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The three major powers vied for the opportunity to bring the Laudeans under their protection; the Federation to ensure that the others couldn't destroy the culture, the Romulans to gain access to the Laudeans' ability to [[Laudean Fielding|sense energy fields]], and the Zalkonians for the resources and strategic value of the Luxis system. All three occupied embassies on Duronis II, and worked to woo them into an alliance, but in the end, the new Laudean government was coerced into choosing the Romulans to ally with. In 2383, the Zalkonians and Federation vacated Duronis II. Subsequent reviews of Duronis II by Starfleet forces have found the Laudean standard of living deteriorate substantially as Romulan operatives took greater control over the government and began exploiting the people, and their Fielding ability, for their own gain.  
  
StarFleet authorizes First Contact with the Laudeans, which seems to go over in a rather lukewarm manner. It quickly becomes evident that, while warp flight is amazing, the news of a alien civilizations is society-shattering.  
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In 2388, immediately after the Destruction of Romulus and Remus, rioting broke out as anti-Romulan protesters took to the streets in an attempt to drive Romulan forces from the planet. The Romulan Ambassador was recalled to help with more pressing diplomatic issues elsewhere, but a number of Romulan operatives remained in control of government ministries. The Laudeans, having watched their culture deteriorate during their alliance with the Romulans, took the opportunity to contact the Federation, inviting them back to Duronis II for protection from renegade Romulans, the fragmented Tal Shiar, or any other opportunistic species that could endanger their culture. The Federation agreed, and sent the crew of [[USS Thunder]], captained by [[Turner, Toni|Toni Turner]], to reopen the Embassy, and serve as its staff.  
  
The government of Tilhon (or, Duronis II, as it is called by StarFleet personnel) makes small efforts to receive their new ambassadors in as orderly a way as possible, while civil unrest begins to grow. The people believe the monarchy should do more to welcome the new guests, while the monarchy clearly feels threatened by Federation eminence.
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By the time the USS Thunder arrived, the Laudeans had ousted the remaining Romulans, and had taken over the Federation Embassy for their own office use. Prime Minister Ahishma Chandra, now back in office, gave the Federation representatives, the newly renovated Romulan Embassy instead as insurance that the Romulans would not try to reoccupy it.  
  
 
  
of Duronis II to the Romulan people. Making a surprise revelantion, they point the Laudeans, Zalkonians, and Federation personnel to a long-covered marble monolith in a remote dessert, covered in archaic pseudo-Romulan markings.
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Despite these incursions, the Federation does its best to warmly bring the Laudeans into the galactic fellowship. Presenting small milestones in technology and new commercial venues to trade wares, the Federation argues that the Federation has the most to offer the Laudeans. As all three non-Laudean empires put in effort to garner favor with the people of Tilhon, the son of the emperor is sent on a tour of Earth and Vulcan; an (unsuccesful) attempt to convince the population that the monarchy is accepting of the new aliens.
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The Federation swiftly retreats off-world, urging both the Zalkonians and Romulans to pull out until the violence of the civil war is over. Both comply.
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Many factions are beginning to grow power within the new government:
 
 
 
Giving the Laudeans a little more than two months to settle the chaos, the Federation, Zalkonians, and Romulans return to Duronis II. The new government, (among in-fighting and disagreement), offers the three empires embassies on their world in the hopes of fostering trade and aiding in making a better decision on who to trust. The Federation is the first to accept, and have a crew on-site within a few days.
 
 
 
Exuberance is quick to die, though. Less than 24 hours after the offical welcome ceremony, a bomb explodes inside the Federation embassy, killing most of the team and destroying the entire building.
 
 
 
Federation members are outraged, demanding immediate restitution and withdrawal from the volatile situation. The Laudeans are humiliated and infinitely apologetic, their new world leaders begging the Federation to return and offering a new, lavish embassy for the Federation, complete with a host of security measures. Amidst rampant controversy, the Federation advisors accept, but stipulate that StarFleet construction engineers must be involved during the entire process. To protect their own interest, both the Romulan and Zalkonians decide to build their own embassies as well.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 11:43, 9 July 2017

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“Don't walk behind me, I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.”

Albert Camus


The Embassy of Duronis II is a United Federation of Planets diplomatic installation on the planet of Duronis II in the Luxis system. It's facilities are augmented by the USS Thor.

Quick Stats

  • Sentient Species: Laudeans (like "Human")
  • Native name for system: Luxis system (like "Sol system")
  • Native name for planet: Til'ahn (like "Earth")
  • Federation name for system: Duronis system
  • Federation name for planet: Duronis II (like "Terra", or "Sol III")

Brief Introduction

Main article: Full Embassy Plot Summary

The Laudean species became warp capable in 2379. Upon discovery of their newfound abilities, StarFleet made First Contact, followed by the Romulans and Zalkonians soon after. What ensued was a dramatic social upheaval of the Laudeans, resulting in a revolution that destroyed their modern monarchy and world government, and replaced it with a socialist republic.

The three major powers vied for the opportunity to bring the Laudeans under their protection; the Federation to ensure that the others couldn't destroy the culture, the Romulans to gain access to the Laudeans' ability to sense energy fields, and the Zalkonians for the resources and strategic value of the Luxis system. All three occupied embassies on Duronis II, and worked to woo them into an alliance, but in the end, the new Laudean government was coerced into choosing the Romulans to ally with. In 2383, the Zalkonians and Federation vacated Duronis II. Subsequent reviews of Duronis II by Starfleet forces have found the Laudean standard of living deteriorate substantially as Romulan operatives took greater control over the government and began exploiting the people, and their Fielding ability, for their own gain.

In 2388, immediately after the Destruction of Romulus and Remus, rioting broke out as anti-Romulan protesters took to the streets in an attempt to drive Romulan forces from the planet. The Romulan Ambassador was recalled to help with more pressing diplomatic issues elsewhere, but a number of Romulan operatives remained in control of government ministries. The Laudeans, having watched their culture deteriorate during their alliance with the Romulans, took the opportunity to contact the Federation, inviting them back to Duronis II for protection from renegade Romulans, the fragmented Tal Shiar, or any other opportunistic species that could endanger their culture. The Federation agreed, and sent the crew of USS Thunder, captained by Toni Turner, to reopen the Embassy, and serve as its staff.

By the time the USS Thunder arrived, the Laudeans had ousted the remaining Romulans, and had taken over the Federation Embassy for their own office use. Prime Minister Ahishma Chandra, now back in office, gave the Federation representatives, the newly renovated Romulan Embassy instead as insurance that the Romulans would not try to reoccupy it.



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