Gygax' primary mission is to bring gamers together in their love of all things Star Trek, from Massively-Multiplayer Online Games (MMOG), to MUD/MUSH/MOOs and everything in between. Although we are located on the west coast, we welcome everyone to come aboard. We have members in most SFI regions, so don't let distance bother you. If you like Trek gaming in all forms as much as we do, this is your home chapter!
To learn more about signing on as a crewmember of Gygax, please register for an account on our forums and write of your interest in the appropriate board. If you have any questions regarding membership, we recommend registering to form an identity and posting your questions so our recruitment officers and enlisted can assist you in understanding if you can join us here.
Attention crew of USS Gygax: My fandom of Star Trek began at an early age. My mother was a fan and introduced me to Trek when it was showing on television in syndicated reruns. Ever since then, if there was any one common ground between her and I, it...
Spring weather can be unpredictable. When severe weather hits unexpectedly, the risk of injury and death increases, so planning ahead makes sense. Prepare for storms, floods, and tornadoes as if you know in advance they are coming, because in the spring, they very likely will.
The USS Gygax Watchfest is returning! We will be watching Star Trek: Deep Space Nine from the very beginning, starting with the pilot episode, "Emissary." Stay tuned for dates and times, or join the discussion on planning in our forums (reg...
Our first Star Trek: The Next Generation Watchfest ran on Saturday, January 25th, showing Encounter at Farpoint I & II. It was very well attended by Gygax members, using the Gygax chat for our ongoing commentary throughout the episode. Many jokes were had about the amount of short skirts, our Cheerleader Troi, passionate acting, and strange lighting choices.