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Most Creative Cross Sim Post

Sim Level Award

This award is granted to the most creative post that was written by officers from two or more different sims. The nomination of this award can come from anyone/anywhere. However, the decision to grant this award comes from the Commanding Officers of the sims involved. In order to nominate a post the title of the post must be cited in the nomination.

If granted this award will be granted to writers from both sims.

Category: In character
Awarded: 7 times

Captain Tyler Malbrooke
Tue Oct 16th, 2018 @ 12:10am
I am putting the post "Bonded in Time" up for this award for this mission. In this post the writer behind Captain Anderson is the same as Elloma Essu and they pulled double duty. Switching from one character to the next very often in mid paragraph without disrupting the flow of the post. I also appreciate the fact that the writers were ready willing and able to give their characters from another sim a chance to play out in an alternate universe. Well done to all involved. Bravo...
Lieutenant JG Elloma Essu
Tue Oct 16th, 2018 @ 12:10am
I am putting the post "Bonded in Time" up for this award for this mission. In this post the writer behind Captain Anderson is the same as Elloma Essu and they pulled double duty. Switching from one character to the next very often in mid paragraph without disrupting the flow of the post. I also appreciate the fact that the writers were ready willing and able to give their characters from another sim a chance to play out in an alternate universe. Well done to all involved. Bravo...
Captain Harold Anderson
Tue Oct 16th, 2018 @ 12:10am
I am putting the post "Bonded in Time" up for this award for this mission. In this post the writer behind Captain Anderson is the same as Elloma Essu and they pulled double duty. Switching from one character to the next very often in mid paragraph without disrupting the flow of the post. I also appreciate the fact that the writers were ready willing and able to give their characters from another sim a chance to play out in an alternate universe. Well done to all involved. Bravo...
Captain Bervag Bers
Tue Oct 16th, 2018 @ 12:10am
I am putting the post "Bonded in Time" up for this award for this mission. In this post the writer behind Captain Anderson is the same as Elloma Essu and they pulled double duty. Switching from one character to the next very often in mid paragraph without disrupting the flow of the post. I also appreciate the fact that the writers were ready willing and able to give their characters from another sim a chance to play out in an alternate universe. Well done to all involved. Bravo...
Lieutenant Hermia O'Rourke MD
Sun Jul 8th, 2018 @ 9:46pm
I nominate the post "Marine Meeting". This post shows us readers something that is rarely seen in sims. The inside world of the Marine mind. It also shows the ties that bind the Marine Corps together. It will be interesting to see how the relationships between the Marines develops.
2nd Lieutenant Cornelius Tremble
Sun Jul 8th, 2018 @ 9:46pm
I nominate the post "Marine Meeting". This post shows us readers something that is rarely seen in sims. The inside world of the Marine mind. It also shows the ties that bind the Marine Corps together. It will be interesting to see how the relationships between the Marines develops.
Major Charlena DiLucca
Sun Jul 8th, 2018 @ 9:46pm
I nominate the post "Marine Meeting". This post shows us readers something that is rarely seen in sims. The inside world of the Marine mind. It also shows the ties that bind the Marine Corps together. It will be interesting to see how the relationships between the Marines develops.