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Toni

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About Toni

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    Rear Admiral, Let's Roll!
  • Birthday June 5

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  • Current Vessel
    Duronis II Embassy
  • Current Post
    Commanding Officer

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    Deep South USA
  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    Writing and Graphics

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  1. Toni

    Hey All

    We're glad you found us! I'm Ann but I play Toni Turner.
  2. You know how it is around the fleet. . . Always something new and exciting going around here.
  3. Welcome Tara!

    1. Tara Wilkins

      Tara Wilkins

      Thanks! I'm glad to be here. :)

  4. Welcome All! Great to have you with us! My real name it Ann, but I play Rear Admiral Toni Turner, CO of the Embassy, Duronis II and the USS Thor.
  5. Welcome Luke a.k.a. Kteer, we are si glad to meet another Star Trek fan. Hope to see you posted on a ship or facility soon!
  6. Congratulations to both Quinn Reynolds, Roshanara Rahman for getting the Special Commendation. I don't know of anyone more deserving of this recognition. Also my sincere congratulations to these fine members of staff: Tristan Wolf,as Head of Executive Council, works harder than anyone and very well could be Staff Member of this Year Award, but every year as well. The James T. Kirk Cross is quite an honor for Mei’konda, USS Astraeus, a newly minted Captain. Shuvalis Diamond of Recognition for Jarred Thoran is a well- deserved honor. The Sarek Star given to Theo Whittaker, USS Columbia works closely with the EC to find the answers to unique problems that arise. Jalana Rajel, USS Constitution, recipient of the Christopher Pike Pendant, has often inspired me with her many talents. I don't know how Alex Blair, FO of USS Constitution keeps up with all the news and events and delivers it for us to read in email, but he is certainly deserving of Chief’s Citation for doing it on top of all his other duties.
  7. Congratulations to all the winners of this year's General Awards, and especially the members of my crew. The Genesis Award is The Most Improved Simmer Award, which was well-earned by Daylan Daroo by showing conspicuous effort in improving their simming skills and improving her sim rate. Congratulations. I'm very proud of you. The Order of Starfleet Merit and Achievement First Class (TOSMA) goes to Quen Deena for her great dedication in her behavior and simming abilities. She regularly contributes good, solid ideas to the plot and character development. They also take the time to edit and proofread their sims to ensure quality in their writing. The Laudean Commendation is awarded to Ben Garcia achievements in exploration with new lifeforms. He has shown his creativity in the lives of the Laudean people who work within the Embassy and report back to the Laudean government. His species expansion, including physiological, psychological, cultural, social, and more, and his creativity inspires his fellow simmers . This award, although named for the Laudeans, is rare to be awarded to an Embassy crewmember. Thank you for bringing it home, Garcia. Stefan Germanovich, during his short time at the Embassy, has earned the B. Plot Award, for managing to show a good part of his character's life in the Starfleet Marines despite the demands of the main plot. He has shown how to do it through flashbacks to an earlier time. Well done, Germanovich. Sheathed Sword is presented to Lorian Lovar for his portrayal of a Vulcan inflicted with a trauma that takes away his Vulcan-like personality, making him human-like in demeanor. Great imagination, Lovar! Boris Hendon is awarded the Khan Award because he thoughtfully developed a three-dimensional villain in the Glass Android mission. Over the course of a mission he awakened many emotions, including but not limited to hate, fear, humor, and at the end, sorrow, over the course of a mission. Job well-done, Boris! Nebula Bar is awarded to Hannibal Parker for is great imagination when creating or expanding upon planets, stars, stellar phenomena. His descriptions of other physical environments and settings, literally " takes you there" . . . Silver Palm goes to Alexander Brodie awarded to him for consistently helping the crew by giving sound advice that enhances morale. He not only helps the crew with a variety of problems but also uses his skills to improve in value of the missions' planning and execution. His humor also adds a spark of enjoyment to a lagging story while keeping his sim relevant and realistic (e.g. Aadi's dilemma in asking Hannibal's permission to marry his sister). Rode Mitchell is the recipient of the Russ Bar. Rode is a writer whose knowledge of Trek lore, and although not much has been written about fighter pilots in our timeline, his knowledge of the Starfleet vessels clearly brings them into focus. Good job, Rode! As a First Officer Krindo Pandorn wears many hats so it stands to reason he would be awarded several bars. Among those awarded to him is the Scotty Cross, for the plot twists he comes up with that feeds your imagination. Krindo Pandorn wins the Neelix Award for his extra, out-of-character simming devotion. This includes, but isn't limited to, helping fellow officers who are in need of simming aid, visibility on the forums, OOC list presence, upkeep of wiki pages, filing reports, and generally doing the things that I don't have time to do. And last, but not least, Krindo Pandorn wins the Q Award for continually surprising crewmates with unexpected, devious plot twists. Well done, Krindo! Lastly, I get to proudly stand with you all in this award ceremony. I was overcome with emotion to read what so many of you had to say. I can't express how much I appreciated all the kind words. What is all boiled down to summed with this sentence: "We thank the Admiral for all her support and encouragement, and for helping fellow members at the Embassy find their path of development." Pathfinder Award is awarded to Toni Turner
  8. I'll second that congratulation, and say congratulations to all the Duty Post winners. Oddas Aria, Mirra Ezo, David Knight, Kurt Logan , Rune Jolara , Na’Lae Mandak, Sotak , Valin Dermont, Arturo Maxwell, Randal Shayne, Ishani Kasun, Edward Spears, would absolutely make a "Dream Team" on any ship or installation in the fleet!
  9. Congratulations to all the length of service players, especially those enjoying the whelm of double digits with Admiral Wolf - Hannibal Parker, Tal Tel-ar, Trel'lis, Pandora and Boris Hendon. Admiral, I hope you appreciate the wonderful community you created so long ago. We certainly do. Congratulations to Delan Han on winning the Luminary Award and because he shows great promise in his future endeavors in UFOP: Starbase 118 RPG. He has made great progress towards that end and is a pleasure to read his sims. Jarred Thoran's Boothby Award is well deserved. I have been in several of his classes and he handles every situation with great professionalism. Congratulations! Our Rising Star Maxwell Traenor is without a doubt a star in making himself known is the many facets of Starbase 118. Whether IC are in his OOC work, his example as a leader shines the brightest! Congratulations, Maxwell! Congratulations tp Aitas, Rustyy Hael, and Trel'lis for your contributions to this community. You have made it a better place by just being members. I congratulate Renos for how hard he has worked to win the Community Champion Award. It is a difficult achievement, but it seems he did it effortlessly. Congratulations to Attikus Rundstrom for your additions to our forums, You add humor and insight to many subjects! Congratulations to Groznin Smith, Valin Dermont, Raissa Moonsong, Trel’lis and Wallace Williams for winning the Xalor Clan Xifilis Award. Your dedication to simming with us is, without a doubt, inspiring!
  10. Congratulations to all winners of these Awards. Your sims and creativity have been the inspiration that keeps SB118 group so wonderful! Congratulations to Renos for winning the Kathryn Janeway Award. She will surely go down in the history of our group for the impact she has had on it. Maxwell Traenor was a great pick for the Chief’s Citation. He, up to now, has been one of our unsung heroes who truly are the backbone of our fleet. Congratulations, Maxwell! Christopher Pike Pendant went to Roshnara Rahman, as it the perfect example of someone who serves with honor and dedication to provide a creative atmosphere which fosters outstanding simming. Job well done! Congratulations Rich! Jalana Rajel, winner of the Sarek Star, certainly has the ability show what a great diplomat she is when working with members and staff. She always has something nice to say about everyone. Congratulations to Nugra for wiinning Shuvalis Diamond of Recognition for his work on the Publicity Team. Quinn Reynolds, winning the T'Pau Cluster of Distinction, for her work in the Academy is second to none and, in my books, she number Uno in the ways she works with the cadets, and tries to bring out the best in the training team. Congratulations, Emma! The James T. Kirk Cross now rests with Brell. who has always shown outstanding potential to be in command. He has the knack to make simming fun and bring out the best in his officers. I'm so happy that he is recognized for his good works! Congratulation, Lee! Congratulations again to Quinn Reynolds! This is the highest honor given to those officers of Admiral rank, and is richly deserved for her devotion to SB118. Staff Member of the Year Award winner, Sal Taybrim, has tirelessly contributed to the organization and as I said in the write up above, "She works diligently to ensure fun and quality for each person. . . " no matter what she is doing. Congratulations! job well done! Again, Congratulations Everyone!
  11. I think I'll sit this one out and paint Til'ahn Red when it's over. Wow! Maxwell, you're looking good!
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