There are plenty of Play by Email and Play by Post games on the internet. A lot of them are Star Trek games. Why? Because Star Trek presents such a rich backdrop against which to write. In what other genre can you find hundreds of hours of episodes and movies to draw from? In what other genre will you find so many books and fan sites providing reference material galore?
Writing in a Star Trek Sim is fun! It's engaging and it's easy. Yes, it's easy! Especially when you have a community of people who are dedicated to creating that experience with detail and heart. STAR TREK: BORDERLANDS is that community. We've been around for more than 20 years. How many other organizations can say that? We are proud of our heritage, which is filled with richness and depth. We are proud that we are not another fly-by-night sim that will be gone tomorrow. If you want to be able to say the same, then welcome aboard.
"You're a man who dreams of being a hero because you know, deep down, that you're not. I'm no hero either, but I do know how to make a choice." - Garak, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Check out ALL that Star Trek: Borderlands has to offer!
We have 9 distinct RPG Games.
One is perfect for YOU!
(Delta Freedom Alliance)
(Romulan Star Empire)
(Starfleet/DFA Joint Command)
"When I first started playing in Borderlands, I didn't want to join anyone else's game. I wanted to create my own. It wasn't easy. I couldn't find anyone to join me in my vision. Through Borderlands, I connected with lots of people and have been able to grow far beyond what I expected. It's a great group. I've been a member for 6 years now! I'm so happy that I joined." - Rich, Seiklon Axel
"Borderlands is a place where ST fans gather together to play and talk about ST and sci-fi. I made a lot of friends here and also had a chance to meet old ones that I hadn't seen for a while." - Drika, S'task
"I first became exposed to PBeM back in the mid 90's and was heavily involved in the Star Trek universe in a collection of games known as Stargame. Real Life got in the way in the mid 2000's and I fell away from gaming for a time, but one of my fellow Stargamers stumbled into Bordlerlands in the summer of 2012 and turned me onto the group. I eased back in with one game at first, but quickly remembered how much I loved the writing and the camaraderie, and now I'm involved in several. The players are engaged and welcoming, and I can't believe I stayed away so long." - RJ, XO SES S'Task