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Hutch last won the day on September 27 2020

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    "It'll be reet."
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  1. Welcome to the mad house! There's plenty of us Brits around the place, and the community here is pretty amazing and very supportive. Although maybe don't trust me.... I'm a Slytherin apparently (it was a surprise to me, but you cant argue with Pottermore)
  2. Bashir and O'Brien 100% The way their friendship develops is a joy to watch. Nog and Jake are close runners up in my mind, for the same reasons.
  3. ((Captain’s Ready Room, USS Gorkon)) Index finger hovering over the chime outside Quinn’s ready room, Serren Tan felt suddenly nervous, an awkward tight feeling in his pouch. He had wanted to find the time to talk to Quinn on their trip, and... well, within a few hours they were fighting for their lives. It was only now, in the days after, that it really sank in how close to disaster they all had come. If Quinn had just been slightly more injured. If Cayne hadn’t been there. If the Triumphant had not shown up exactly when it did... Would have, could have, sh
  4. ha! Dukat was my first thought, too! He's an incredible 'villain' because he's such an excellent character. Everything he does, he does for a reason, and it's mostly for fairly unselfish reasons too - he's as much about Cardassia as he is about himself. That said - my vote has gone to the Borg. I think they represent such a perfect villain to the Federation because they are so similar, yet so different. The Borg want to unify everyone as one peaceful whole, not that dissimilar to the Federation. But obviously their methods differ... and they are in many ways the antithesis of
  5. (( Shuttle Bay II - USS Triumphant )) The USS Triumphant. It wasn’t the first time the ship came to a dire needed rescue. Not surprisingly considering who was commanding the ship. The first time Samira set foot on the vessel, she unexpectedly reunited with her brother Marlon. Right here, in this particular shuttle bay. She walked in seeking some solitude after everything that happened on Trueno, not really looking for any company. A mug with cold milk in her hand, she slowly walked towards the back of the bay and sat down on a crate. Trying not to hinder any of the working crew. After ex
  6. Crossover for me. Assuming that was the first DS9 mirror one? I forget the titles! But the way they picked up the storyline from the one TOS episode and ran with it. For me, that was what really made the Mirrior Universe a recurring plot
  7. A lot of very, very, very worthy winners! congratulations to all!!
  8. The most congratulatory of congratulations to one and all! Like others have mentioned, I just want to say a huge THANKS to everyone who submitted a nomination - that recognition for your fellow writers makes this community as strong and solid as it is. Well, that and the outstanding leadership!
  9. Runabout's all day every day! It's so much more than a shuttle with the whole modular thing going on, which also makes them great to use in the game too.
  10. I always liked the Akira, but when it comes to ships in it for the fight, Defiant all day for me! its built to kick you in the teeth and get out of the way if retaliation, fast, and packs a huge punch for its size. The first to mount a whole host of new Starfleet weapons.
  11. I like the classics! I've opted for TNG as I think it's a good improvement on the original theme and is instantly recognisable as Star Trek. Plus, like some others have said, it has a nostalgia factor. Faith of the Heart, unfortunately, I absolutely cannot stand! Sorry!
  12. No fair! I can only vote for one! as much as I want to vote for the Defiant, it’s got to be the Miranda for me. I was always a huge Reliant fan as well as being a Drake alumni.
  13. Loxley avoids sports as much as possible (he has a note from his mum) but I imagine he tried his hand at acting... and found out he was absolutely terrible. But he still would have felt obligated to muddle his way through a bunch of awful productions of Shakespeare before finally putting his acting career out of its misery.
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