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Post of the Mission

Awarded by Crew Vote for the Best, Most Engaging, Absolutely Awesome Post of the Mission.

Category: Out of character
Awarded: 37 times

Jerrod York
01 Oct 2017 @ 8:19pm
This nomination is for Digging For Answers. For his portrayal of Petty Officer 1st Class Allen Miller. Every JP this PNPC graces is gold, and he's such a delight to read and write with. His part in the JP not only set Joey more at ease, but made things more interesting.
Christie
01 Oct 2017 @ 8:19pm
This nomination is for Digging For Answers. Commander Kij, despite her anger, never backs down from her duties when she's needed.
Camilla
01 Oct 2017 @ 8:19pm
This nomination is for Digging For Answers. Moreau, despite his size, has proven in this JP that even moveable mountains have the ability to be stealthy and sneaky. The contributions of our new Chief of Security were integral to the JP, and without the hulking man, things just would not have turned out as they did.
Orfil
01 Oct 2017 @ 8:19pm
This nomination is for Digging For Answers. Our trusted Executive Officer stood beside his fellow crewmen when things got tough. He proved that members of Command don't mind getting their hands dirty with the best of them.
Andrew
01 Oct 2017 @ 8:18pm
This nomination is for Digging For Answers. Once again, our CO has pulled off his exceptional talents at playing the bad guys. This time was no different. He kept true to the species, and even made me wish I could reach through my screen once or twice to pummel a few Selubassari.
Andrew
01 Apr 2017 @ 1:44pm
Saying Goodbye was a very touching post filled with emotion. The loss of a ship is never easy to a Captain and the hardest thing is saying goodbye
Andrew
01 Apr 2017 @ 1:44pm
Saying Goodbye. This post had my attention from start to finish, and I am not afraid to say it made me tear up a bit.
Andrew
01 Apr 2017 @ 1:44pm
For "Saying Goodbye"

*cries incoherently*
Andrew
01 Apr 2017 @ 1:44pm
Black Hawk Down. Because it was well written and she should be remembered.
Andrew
01 Apr 2017 @ 1:44pm
I nominate Saying Goodbye for Post of the Mission. It was one of those posts that don't come around too often. But when it does, it's full of emotion. It's the heartfelt 'so long my old friend' of a Captain who is having to say farewell to the mangled body of his ship. It recounted the things they'd been through together, just as any old friends would do.
Andrew
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
Revelation for Post of the Month. It had action, intrigue, adventure and the stuff that legends are born from
Andrew
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
For Revelation. Not only was it fun to write, but it was amazing to read. Not only was it action packed, but it was full of surprises.
Jerrod York
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
For Revelation. Not only was it fun to write, but it was amazing to read. Not only was it action packed, but it was full of surprises.
Christie
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
For Revelation. Not only was it fun to write, but it was amazing to read. Not only was it action packed, but it was full of surprises.
Camilla
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
For Revelation. Not only was it fun to write, but it was amazing to read. Not only was it action packed, but it was full of surprises.
Mark
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
For Revelation. Not only was it fun to write, but it was amazing to read. Not only was it action packed, but it was full of surprises.
Christina Doane
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
For Revelation. Not only was it fun to write, but it was amazing to read. Not only was it action packed, but it was full of surprises.
Jerrod York
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
Revelation for Post of the Month. It had action, intrigue, adventure and the stuff that legends are born from
Christie
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
Revelation for Post of the Month. It had action, intrigue, adventure and the stuff that legends are born from
Joey
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
Revelation for Post of the Month. It had action, intrigue, adventure and the stuff that legends are born from
Camilla
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
Revelation for Post of the Month. It had action, intrigue, adventure and the stuff that legends are born from
Christina Doane
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
Revelation for Post of the Month. It had action, intrigue, adventure and the stuff that legends are born from
Andrew
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:53pm
For Revelation. Not only was it fun to write, but it was amazing to read. It was action packed and full of surprises.
Andrew
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.
Jerrod York
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.
Christie
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.
Camilla
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.
Joey
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.
Mark
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.
Wes Rose
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.
Christina Doane
28 Jan 2017 @ 10:52pm
I'd like to nominate "Target Practice" for Post of the Month/Mission. While there were other outstanding posts in addition to this one, Target Practice gives us all a look at how characters from different departments and background would handle being thrown into fight. We got to see how different people handled the 'ancient' weapons and even see some background into thoughts and philosophies of whether or not they would use them. Interesting JP not only for getting everyone prepped for a battle regarding arrival at Razmena Station, but also for character development and interaction that may never have have taken place.

At the time, Gemma Alexander was Cooper.
Joe Gallagher
01 Sep 2016 @ 8:06pm
It will only let me select one person but I think this Post of the Month should go to Lieutenant Jarveth Adan and Lieutenant Commander Jayla Kij for the post Farewell, it certainly brought a tear to my eye.
Christie
01 Sep 2016 @ 8:06pm
It will only let me select one person but I think this Post of the Month should go to Lieutenant Jarveth Adan and Lieutenant Commander Jayla Kij for the post Farewell, it certainly brought a tear to my eye.
Andrew
01 Sep 2016 @ 8:05pm
My nomination goes to Learning the Truth for Andrew's ability to tug at so many different emotions at one time.

02 Aug 2016 @ 6:15am
I would like to nominate everyone, actually, for post of the month for the awesome job with Wake-up Call. It won't let me put everyone in, though, so I put in the Captain. (Is it possible to give this award to everyone?)
Joey
08 Jul 2016 @ 7:52pm
(nominated by Camila): My choice for the award for Post of the Month is for Night, Cap for the engagement, awesomeness and fabulous interaction between Captain Geisler and Lieutenant Corwin.
Andrew
08 Jul 2016 @ 7:43pm
My choice for the award for Post of the Month is for Night, Cap for the engagement, awesomeness and fabulous interaction between Captain Geisler and Lieutenant Corwin.