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Sal Taybrim

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About Sal Taybrim

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  • Birthday 04/25/1979

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    Wisconsin USA
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    Trekkie. Writer. Runner. Knitter. Cyclist. Theatre technician. Foodie. Insane coffee addict.

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  1. Awesome character development from both @Alora DeVeau and @Ashley Yael - great job both of you!! ((Starbase 118 - Counselor Yael’s Office)) Ashley’s office wasn’t uncomfortable. The way he had arranged the furniture was more of an intimate nature, like people sitting in armchairs and just fellowshipping with one another. Alora could certainly see the benefit in that - it was more relaxing. Less formal. Less intimidating. It was her third session with the man since she’d started seeing him, and the first since she’d managed to send him to Sickbay. So, after arriving and se
  2. I think Pulaski could have been a great character with more seasons of character development
  3. @Saveron and @Lazarus Davis have done a great job in portraying the communication between a Federation team and a very alien creature. I'm really enjoying watching this unfold! ((Tat’si Valley, Path of the Wild Walker, Endaasi)) Lystra had done her utmost to express initial goodwill and give the amphibious being a sense of their language. The very fact that it had picked up the water canteen and drunk the water showed that it had understood at least some of what she was trying to tell it. And proved that it was sentient. Behind them, Sara
  4. This is the sort of character exposition that really helps us connect with a PC. Wonderful work!
  5. The vulcan answer to all bad things: Meditation. Actually, that's a good answer.
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