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Post of the Month

This award is bestowed upon the author(s) of the post, in the eyes of the game manager, that best shows literary excellence and the values of our writing group for a particular month. The winner of this award is automatically nominated for the Task Force's Post of the Month award.

Category: Out of character
Awarded: 5 times

Glenn
Mon Feb 10th, 2020 @ 6:11pm
January 2020, for Post 23 - Long Distance Life

This was a great intro to an interesting new character.
David
Sun Jan 5th, 2020 @ 11:06pm
December 2019

This month, I'm giving Post of the Month to Post 16 - The Maxwell Meeting, written by Nysota, Panic, and myself. (Almost all of the posts this month were joint posts with me, so... sorry about that.) We often want our characters to be likable all-stars, but Dr. Maxwell definitely has some issues in his past that set the captain and first officer on edge in a way that was fun to write and interesting to read.
Nesota
Sun Jan 5th, 2020 @ 11:06pm
December 2019

This month, I'm giving Post of the Month to Post 16 - The Maxwell Meeting, written by Nysota, Panic, and myself. (Almost all of the posts this month were joint posts with me, so... sorry about that.) We often want our characters to be likable all-stars, but Dr. Maxwell definitely has some issues in his past that set the captain and first officer on edge in a way that was fun to write and interesting to read.
Panic
Sun Jan 5th, 2020 @ 11:05pm
December 2019

This month, I'm giving Post of the Month to Post 16 - The Maxwell Meeting, written by Nysota, Panic, and myself. (Almost all of the posts this month were joint posts with me, so... sorry about that.) We often want our characters to be likable all-stars, but Dr. Maxwell definitely has some issues in his past that set the captain and first officer on edge in a way that was fun to write and interesting to read.

Wed Dec 4th, 2019 @ 3:13am
“The Paralysis of Choice” by Shenmi, aka Lt. Cmdr. Niun

In the simming world, it’s so easy to fall into standard tropes for characters: Vulcan science officers, Klingon security officers, and other expected, anticipated combinations that lead to predictable character development. I want to recognize Shenmi, aka Lt. Cmdr. Niun for developing a custom race (the Mri) with a well-thought culture that meshes very well with the Star Trek universe in ways that many fan races fail to do. In addition, his first post was a fascinating and intriguing look into this character’s psyche that showed us a lot about him and led us to want to know more.