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Rykel Rior

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  1. Voting closes Sunday, October 28th, 2012 at 23:59 PM. This round of voting only qualifies one sim to move on to the next round of judging. REMEMBER: This is NOT a popularity contest. Vote based on MERIT, not the fact that someone is your crewmate. Any crews found “stuffing the ballots” or ratings, will be disqualified PERMANENTLY. Yes, that means the whole crew!
  2. ((Pierce's Quarters, USS Apollo)) ::The updates to her medical log were sporadic, incomplete. Pierce worked diligently trying to detail her headaches by duration and intensity. She wrote out the descriptions of her empathic 'visions' longhand on paper before dictating each one. The most intense one had been during the mission briefing, but the more the counselor thought about it, the more she remembered. Little flickers of colour or sound, easily dismissed as fatigue. Something was certainly happening here. She hadn't dosed in around half a day. Minimal headaches.:: oOStill possible those vis
  3. LIfe is a game of chess, and I am always playing against a grandmaster.

  4. LIfe is a game of chess, and I am always playing against a grandmaster.

  5. Life is a game of chess, and I am always playing agiast a grandmaster.

  6. Life is a game of chess, and I am always playing agiast a grandmaster.

  7. Voting closes Sunday, October 14th, 2012 at 23:59 PM. This round of voting only qualifies one sim to move on to the next round of judging. REMEMBER: This is NOT a popularity contest. Vote based on MERIT, not the fact that someone is your crewmate. Any crews found “stuffing the ballots” or ratings, will be disqualified PERMANENTLY. Yes, that means the whole crew!
  8. Umm, I cannot hear you...I am in a coma!

  9. (( Quarters Laxyn )) :: After a long day not only on Sick Bay but also in the Cargo bay and not to forget the Holodeck and the class of Drill Sergeant Barnes, even if it only was a theoretical one for now, Jalana did not want anything more than a nice relaxed evening. And she was hoping that she would get exactly that. After leaving work and bringing herself into her quarters she dragged her body into the shower and simply leaned against the wall when the water ran down her skin and hair. This was so refreshing and another time she was thankful that she did not have to share these quarters, th
  10. Voting closes Sunday, September 16th, 2012. This round of voting only qualifies one sim to move on to the next round of judging. REMEMBER: This is NOT a popularity contest. Vote based on MERIT, not the fact that someone is your crewmate. Any crews found “stuffing the ballots” or ratings, will be disqualified PERMANENTLY. Yes, that means the whole crew!
  11. Not a requirement...but if you are up to it, it is a way to get involved whilst you are killing time waiting for your training class to begin.
  12. This is posted on behalf of Ensign Edward Johnson. ------------------------------- I turned from that strange place with those vibrant and eccentric minds. The entity called Nari Covania had been an excellent conduit to communicate with the world. If only those other entities had not been so hostile, I would have been communicable. And the entity Nari Covania would never had to destroy the other entities. And that entity had a strong will. So strong... I regret of having to use her. And those... memories? They were so vivid... it was stirring something inside... what was it? A remnant o
  13. ((Bridge - USS Nelson)) ::Satisfied that everyone was as alright as they could be, Sidney looked at her suit's readout to determine what the non-critical sound was trying to tell her. The helmet seal on her EVA suit had been weakened. It wasn't leaking oxygen, blessedly, but it was obviously non-secure. More chest tightness crept up on Sidney. More fear. She dismissed the alarm in her headgear.:: Frost: You girls alright? Pierce: ::trying to keep her voice level:: Knocked my suit up a bit. What about you? :: The last time Liam felt this badly knocked around was after the last Sambo lesson that
  14. Good luck Ed! It has been a privilage serving with you.

  15. Interesting. Thank you for your thoughts. Perhaps the contest is best left to those who choose to participate in it.
  16. (Playing devil's advocate)Let me ask this... If a panel of judges has "too much work" reading every single sim...do the people who vote in the contest read every single sim? Or is it too much work? Is it fair to vote in this contest and not review every entry in its entirety? It would be easy to put together a list of volunteers, add them to a group list, and when it comes time to vote...call for volunteers for the panel. Those that have time can volunteer, those that do not can sit that round out. It should not be hard to muster 5 members each round.
  17. My suggestion is, go to a panel of some sort like the writing challenges. It is very conceivable that a ship will vote for a character on their ship, with no harm intended. When you read all of the SIMs it is easy to see they are all worthy to be where they are. The problem develops because the readers are familiar with a character on their own ship. They have shared in the experiences of that character, and while the SIM is a great snapshot...they also see a lot more of the character and its history on their ship. If you have no idea what a character is doing in a SIM...it is hard to giv
  18. Good to have you with us!

  19. Welcome Ensign! Glad to have you on the StarBase!

  20. Happy birthday!

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