On this page, you will find accolades the Sim or individuals of our sim have received by our RP hub, 22nd Fleet.
Post of the Month Winners!!!
2020 3rd Quarter Player Awards Winners!!!
Excellence in Role-Play
For a Star Wars Sim that allows for most types of Force Users to be played, Kai’s portrayal of Illiana Duran – a traditional Jedi Knight is a delight in a sea of damaged/rogue/outsider Force folks. From a character seeking validation and officially wanting to be knighted to taking on a padawan, she feels like a Jedi of The Old Republic.
And the personal storylines Kai has created have molded well into the main missions as well. She’s a traditional Jedi and stands out well. Kai is a great role-player open to any ideas, and willing to play with anyone. So as a whole, I feel he deserves Excellence in Role Play.
Awarded, on the added grounds of excellent community thinking in pushing along morale-boosting operations in the Fleet as well as GMing chutzpah. As committed a member of the team as any of the officers, has worked tirelessly to ensure a continuation of celebration of our writers in a trying year.
As a GM, part of my method is to delegate responsibility when the player count gets larger than I can handle so that I can focus equally on admin and role-playing. However, that does not mean I unload more than what might feel like a second job with my AGMs. And while this player/AGM is new to Simming, he is not new to leadership roles.
His organization skills back when he and I helped run a Guild in Star Wars: The Old Republic with over 600+ players is phenomenal. Oma’s ability to grasp RP, is equally impressive and I’m in awe at how fast he’s picked up and run with it.
Oma is someone that, without prodding, stepped up to the plate to help create a tracking system for our OOC Accolade System – How our Force Users can bypass learning certain Force Powers ICly through participation and OOC behavior within the Sim’s community.
When the Sim grew +100% in a 24-hour span, he also noticed some overlooked items/issues that were either not there or written unclearly in our, “New Player,” pages. His cheat-sheet helped me easily go in and make the necessary edits, as well as address some potentially problematic issues – before it got to that point.
Oma went far beyond what he was initially made an AGM to do – help control/run plots. He saw problems, wrote-up solutions, and suggested them. All of this was done out of a selflessness to help Revenge Of The Fallen be at it’s best. You can’t train some of the skills he has and I feel lucky to have him on the Sim because of them.