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  2. OOC: I was not ready for this. ((Far Rock Resort, Endaasi)) Salzaar had needed some time away, and Tenna had respected that. But there was a certain point where she went from respecting his need for space and becoming genuinely concerned for his wellbeing. That time had come, and she had attempted to contact him, unsuccessfully. So Tenna had gone sleuthing, a skill she was quite good at after years of working in trade and development. She knew her boss had gone down to Endaasi and hadn't returned to th
  3. Hi everyone! I've always been interested in the minor ship classes in Star Trek - the ones that show up for about five seconds in an episode or two or else exist to be blown up in some way or other. My personal favourite of these is the Sydney class (like the USS Jenolan) because it has a design that I just find really neat as a midway point between a shuttle and a larger ship. What's your favourite?
  4. EARTH — The mystery surrounding the sudden recall of the USS Atlantis (NCC-74682) to Earth has finally been revealed; the Intrepid-class starship is to undergo extensive refits. Meanwhile, Starfleet announced the commissioning of the USS Chin’toka (NCC-97187), an updated variant of the Akira class starship. The crew of Atlantis was transferred to the Chin’toka and kicked things off with a commissioning ceremony. The guest list included attendees from across the quadrant, including RAdml. Kove of Starfleet Command, Capt. Theo Whittaker from the Starfleet Corps of Engineers, Cmdr. Randal Shayne
  5. @Meidra Sinir wrote this, and I thought it was outstanding. (( Prime ministerial offices, Vman – Da’al capital city )) Zeneth watched as the Prime Minister deftly spun his diplomatic web, inwardly rolling her eyes at his use of existential crisis. Always the showman, but was he really in tune with this new audience? StarFleet, from what she’d understood from her research, was not just humans, but many other species. What worked with one species might not be accepted by another. Still, she remained silent as her friend played the benevolent leader, only concerned with the safety of hi
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  7. Join us for another in a series of interviews with winners of Duty Post awards from our recent 2020 Awards Ceremony. Our goal is to give you insight into how our fleet’s best simmers write, and imagine their characters. This month we’re interviewing the writer behind Lieutenant JG Melody Delri’ise playing a female Kerelian/Argelian Tactical Officer assigned to the USS Juneau. She won the Sisko Tactical Cross: “The Sisko Tactical Cross is a duty post award and is awarded to those Tactical officers who have shown cunning and bravery in battle. Master strategists, and experts in targeting and
  8. I love going on missions with my fellow writers. Exploring situations and seeing how our characters respond is definitely a wonderful experience. However, one of my favourite parts is seeing what people do with their personal arcs, and that allows me as a reader to follow along in their journey. Sheila's journey has been on going, but I love how Aly is giving us insight to a new sort of beginning along that journey. I love how she makes it easy to connect with her character, and allows us a glimpse of what it might be like to be Sheila. ((Sheila Bailey’s Quarters - Habitat Areas
  9. One of the problems with SB118 is it's high quality of writing. I'm constantly shamed by the beautiful writings of others, and wish I could infuse humour or realism the way others do. @Judiciar Westus Grevious uses his experience to give us insight into what it's like to be in the military, even one that's space faring. It's a pleasure and honour to write with him and every single other person in this community. ((Valkyrie 4, Grey mode, Orbiting New Bajor)) Josh Henderson had wanted to be a pilot ever since he saw his first air show when he was seven. Alas, it wasn’t in
  10. Whole heartily agreed! Responding to this was a blast. Outstanding set-up, and elegantly written.
  11. That @Iron Captain Geffrond Tell is a great writer is a fact, like the water is wet and the sun will rise again tomorrow (unless you are very close to one of the poles ) For that alone, this SIM already deserves to be read. If we add to that the presence of fighter pilots (which I think polarizes the fans quite a bit) with a slightly different perspective quite interesting to read, the magnificent way of knitting tags for others without directing the answers too much and that this SIM is a scene that connects two other scenes (so that the whole act gains a more cinematographic momentum)
  12. Returning after a LOA is not an easy task. Doing it in the middle of a mission, even less so. Still, @Furious Angel Benvus Garci has managed to do it smoothly, bringing the good humour and light-hearted spirit that is his trademark and taking the chance to tie up loose ends (or leave breadcrumbs for future developments) for other crewmembers, turning this in a magnificent SIM, no doubt. Kudos and praises and, overall, welcome back!
  13. Please welcome our newest Academy graduates to the StarBase 118 fleet: Tagia Jutto and Ariana Amaase! The post New Academy Graduates appeared first on StarBase 118 Star Trek RPG. http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/ufopsb118?d=yIl2AUoC8zA http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/ufopsb118?i=qJ9sw-oRnLY:WcIDDOHbPsE:D7DqB2pKExk http://feeds.feedburner.com/~ff/ufopsb118?d=qj6IDK7rITs http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/ufopsb118/~4/qJ9sw-oRnLYView the full article
  14. ENDAASI — Splitting up into three teams, the crew of the USS Constitution (NCC 9012-B) set off on three different team-building exercises. All orchestrated by a joint effort between Cmdr. Alex Blair and their Endaasi hosts. With the full support of Commodore Jalana Rajel, Blair capitalized on the unscheduled shore leave time to run the exercises to help the crew become a more cohesive unit. Each group would be set on a unique journey, all laced in the history and culture of the Endaasi people. One team, led by Rajel herself, would go on the famous ‘Wild Walker’ nature hike. The second, led by
  15. Data 100%. I was never a big TNG fan, but my kids watched a couple of episodes and they got absolutely hooked on Data. A character who experienced the world the way they do was great for them to see. Some of them still watch TNG with me, just so we can talk about Data.
  16. Seriously, I'm worried the Captain's gonna have a heart attack by the end of this mission!
  17. Shayne finally puts his foot down after several minutes of hilarious banter!
  18. Mister Riker, for the exact reasons, Mister ch'Ranni mentioned above. 🙂 Although Mister Picard follows closely.
  19. Join us in the chat room for our monthly OOC chat today (Sunday, October 18th) at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern / 6pm London / 4am+1 Sydney (AUS). (See your timezone here.) Click here to join the chat on Discord. It’s fun and easy, and only takes a minute to get set up if you’ve never signed up on before. Our monthly chats are a place to meet other members of the fleet, catch up on current fleet events, share stories, and talk about Star Trek. This month we are starting a week late so that everyone can get those awesome Halloween Avatars and we would love to see them. If you’ve never attended a
  20. Ladies and Gentlemen, Andorians and Trills, Vulcans and Betazoids, Hybrids and Pets, With great pleasure, I announce the winner of Quote of the Month September 2397! Give a big applause to our First Officer Jo Marshall with the winning quote: Scream if you want to go faster! That’s exactly how the engine works! And for this she receives this amazing badge: Made by no other than our awesome Jo Marshall herself. Congratulations and thank you, @Jo Marshall Greets Sami.
  21. ALPHA ISLES, ALPHA QUADRANT — After a tense introduction to the area, Starfleet’s “flagship” in the Alpha Isles is to be the Federation starship USS Arrow. While overseeing several repair efforts to Atlas Base and dealing with the ongoing refugee crisis its planetoid home has recently experienced, starship Arrow received news of even more work for her on the horizon. Namely, the work of acting as “sheriff” to the embattled area as Starfleet Command announced last week that the newly reactivated vessel will now be assigned to the area for the foreseeable future. The news comes as little sur
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