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Sim Level Award

This award is to recognize a post for outstanding achievement in character development, plot continuance, etc. There is no requirement beyond the fact that the post made you feel amazed. Perhaps it made you reread the post. Perhaps the description was haunting or lyrical. Perhaps it made you laugh or cry or feel something else. Truly this award represents the achievement of the heights of writing that we all aspire to. This award is presented monthly.

Category: Both
Awarded: 16 times

Ensign Eleanor Raine
Tue May 5th, 2020 @ 3:25am
Writing as Dana Wakefield, I am giving this award for the post titled "Redemption" It is an emotional, action packed post. One can tell that a lot of energy went into that post. It wasn't just a death scene, it gave us three things all at once. A triple gut punch if you will. First there was what was going through Dana's mind when she died, an allogory to what may go through anyone's mind when they die. Next a friend, by way of Diari gives us what it is like to witness a death and be helpless about it. Finally, Malbrooke gives us the removal from death, that life continues without the knowledge of someone dying. Very powerful... Just a well written post. Bravo!
Captain Tyler Malbrooke
Tue May 5th, 2020 @ 3:25am
I am giving this award for the post titled "Redemption" It is an emotional, action packed post. One can tell that a lot of energy went into that post. It wasn't just a death scene, it gave us three things all at once. A triple gut punch if you will. First there was what was going through Dana's mind when she died, an allogory to what may go through anyone's mind when they die. Next a friend, by way of Diari gives us what it is like to witness a death and be helpless about it. Finally, Malbrooke gives us the removal from death, that life continues without the knowledge of someone dying. Very powerful... Just a well written post. Bravo!
Lieutenant Elen Diari
Tue May 5th, 2020 @ 3:25am
I am giving this award for the post titled "Redemption" It is an emotional, action packed post. One can tell that a lot of energy went into that post. It wasn't just a death scene, it gave us three things all at once. A triple gut punch if you will. First there was what was going through Dana's mind when she died, an allogory to what may go through anyone's mind when they die. Next a friend, by way of Diari gives us what it is like to witness a death and be helpless about it. Finally, Malbrooke gives us the removal from death, that life continues without the knowledge of someone dying. Very powerful... Just a well written post. Bravo!
Lieutenant Richard Ballston M.D. PsyD
Tue May 5th, 2020 @ 3:23am
I liked the post "Collison of Fear and Hope".
I thought it was excellent
Captain Tyler Malbrooke
Tue May 5th, 2020 @ 3:19am
Writing as Alexandra Hobard. "I liked the post "Collison of Fear and Hope". I thought it was excellent" -Lieutenant Junior Grade Paul Michael- Awarded for the month of March.
Captain Cornelius Tremble
Tue May 5th, 2020 @ 3:19am
Writing as D'tar Xo'chi. "I liked the post "Collison of Fear and Hope". I thought it was excellent" -Lieutenant Junior Grade Paul Michael- Awarded for the month of March.
Ensign Dana Wakefield
Thu Aug 15th, 2019 @ 4:26am
I"m putting Lieutenant Dana Wakefield and Warrant Jennifer Masters up for this award. The post, What are Friends For is a compelling post about two characters each dealing with trauma in their lives and leaning on one another to try and get through it. This post helped pave the way to more drama throughout Episode 7: Home Again and it's been a lot of fun to read.
Staff Warrant Officer Jennifer Masters
Thu Aug 15th, 2019 @ 4:25am
I'm putting Lieutenant Dana Wakefield and Warrant Jennifer Masters up for this award. The post, What are Friends For is a compelling post about two characters each dealing with trauma in their lives and leaning on one another to try and get through it. This post helped pave the way to more drama throughout Episode 7: Home Again and it's been a lot of fun to read. -Captain Cornelius Tremble 2XO-
Fleet Admiral Andrew "Chaos" Moore
Sat Jun 1st, 2019 @ 1:07am
I'm nominating CSCDuring the Package Acquired post, a small misunderstanding led to a blow-up which basically turned the mission on its ear and, in my opinion, made it a lot of fun to read.
Captain Tyler Malbrooke
Sat Jun 1st, 2019 @ 1:04am
I'm nominating the Package Acquired post, a small misunderstanding led to a blow-up which basically turned the mission on its ear and, in my opinion, made it a lot of fun to read.
-First Lieutenant Cornelius Tremble-
Lieutenant Paul Michael
Sat Jun 1st, 2019 @ 1:03am
I'm nominating the Package Acquired post, a small misunderstanding led to a blow-up which basically turned the mission on its ear and, in my opinion, made it a lot of fun to read.
-First Lieutenant Cornelius Tremble-
Staff Warrant Officer Jennifer Masters
Sat Jun 1st, 2019 @ 1:03am
I'm nominating the Package Acquired post, a small misunderstanding led to a blow-up which basically turned the mission on its ear and, in my opinion, made it a lot of fun to read.
-First Lieutenant Cornelius Tremble-
Captain Cornelius Tremble
Sat Jun 1st, 2019 @ 1:02am
I'm nominating the Package Acquired post, a small misunderstanding led to a blow-up which basically turned the mission on its ear and, in my opinion, made it a lot of fun to read.
-First Lieutenant Cornelius Tremble-

Sat Jun 1st, 2019 @ 1:02am
I'm nominating the Package Acquired post, a small misunderstanding led to a blow-up which basically turned the mission on its ear and, in my opinion, made it a lot of fun to read.
-First Lieutenant Cornelius Tremble-
Staff Warrant Officer Jennifer Masters
Tue Jan 1st, 2019 @ 5:06am
For her post with the shps cat
Captain Cornelius Tremble
Tue Oct 16th, 2018 @ 12:10am
I have enjoyed reading the post series "A Life According to Hoyle." Especially part three. I was asking myself, who in the hell is Amelia. The writer has a way of hooking you into the story!