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Captain Robin Phoenix

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About Captain Robin Phoenix

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  • Birthday 05/21/1979

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  1. Hello Lor, Commander Toni Turner is absolutely right. You don't need to know much Trek to enjoy the experience and our group. All you need is a good enthusiasm and willingness to learn. Knowing some about The Origional Series and the latest movie is a good start. Much will be explained about simming during your cadet training. The rest will come naturally as you discover our Wiki, chat on our Forums and read all the sims. I started out without knowing extremely much myself... that was almost 7 years ago :-) Don't worry about it. All will fall into place. Just enjoy the adventure and have fun with the experiences you will find out there.
  2. I thought it had something to do with the old city, near that time portal. One could interpret (sp) a time portal as 'forever' as in eternal since time plays no role there. I might be wrong though, it's all a question of interpreting.
  3. I thought it had something to do with the old city, near that time portal. One could interpret (sp) a time portal as 'forever' as in eternal since time plays no role there. I might be wrong though, it's all a question of interpreting.
  4. Well done guys, and not only to the winners! As one of the guest judges this round, I can safely say (although it is a cliche) it has been quite difficult to point out a favorite. The stories are so much different, even though the subject is the same... I bow at you all for your sharing of creative products with us all. Extremely well done!
  5. I don't have the official answer to that question,but I think as it is one of the requirements of a good sim AND for a sim entering this contest to have virtually no spelling errors, the answer will be no. Besides, spelling probably is one of the things judges look at, and correcting spelling would therefor probably be considered 'corrupting' the original sims. That, plus the remote possibility the misspelled word is 'corrected' into something the original writer did not intend, tells me one should probably not edit any part of a simm. It should stand on its own. But again, I don't have the official answer
  6. Congratulations!!! Not only to the winner, but also to all those who posted an entry. There were some remarcable stories out there
  7. That could be interpreted as 'going home'. Many soldiers etc use that phrase after a mission, so why not?
  8. If the topic is indeed about your intrepertation of 'going home', then yes.
  9. Congrats lieutenant JG !! And about the waiting, well... I'm curious as well, but I don't need to win so I do not feel stressed at all. It's all for the fun of it and, I'm sure you'll agree, a good way to use your current writing skills and inspiration to become a better writer, and learn from the other entries. Well, that's the fun for me anyway
  10. Well, length isn't important. It's the story itself. I like all stories actually because of their different styles.
  11. I don't know about you... but I am scared alright! j/k
  12. That one made me laugh... no offense admiral hehe. There seem to be quite the number of stories this time, and they're quite good as well. The different writing styles are really interesting and fun to read... those judges have a tough task ahead... whoever they are
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