Alpha Beat – Alpha Fleet News
Posted on June 9th, 2014
Alpha fleet news
Welcome to Alpha Beat the fleet news for all of Alpha fleet .
Congratulations to the USS Phoenix for winning Sim of the month for May 2014
FSF Merlin and the crew of the Phoenix have been putting together a fantastic radio show this month
FSF Radio airs on Saturday the 14th of June at 9 pm (21:00) EST on the #FSF Channel of FSF IRC Network the address is http://www.simming.net/chat.php?chan=FSF.
This show will be a live show hosted by the host with the most incredible southern accent FSF Sail DJ Salvator !!!!
FSF Ignatius has asked me to remind you all about a few things on going in the simming world we all share.
First is the simming prize http://roleplay.wikia.com/wiki/Simming_Prize
it is award to sim groups and individuals who stand out as well as sim.
Nominations for this prize will be open until the 27th of June 2014
I was also asked to remind you all to update your entry for your sims on the Role play Wiki http://roleplay.wikia.com/wiki/Role_Play_Wiki
This is an important part of getting word out there for your sims it can also lead to large coverage at events Like SCI World a on going online interactive convention all can take part in each year
FSF Margo and FSF Merlin continue to make improvements to Alpha fleet making us stronger with each passing day.
Fleet command asked me to remind you all they are friendly people and would love to hear your Ideas and thoughts on all aspects of Alpha Fleet
This month there has been some fantastic awards and medals handed out across FSF
Good Conduct (Bronze) USS Fire Wall
Good Conduct (Gold) FSF Dragon USS Fire Wall
Good Conduct (Silver) Sonja USS Fire wall
Silver Host Service Star for 11 years Hosting FSF Josh
Silver Host Service Star for 9 yeas Hosting FSF EBK
Alpha Fleet News – May 2014
Good Conduct Medal (One Year) Cassandra Josephine Saint-Clair USS Phoenix
Good Conduct Medal (One Year) Sineade Darnell USS Phoenix
Medal for Command T’sai USS Phoenix
Good Conduct Medal (One Year) Claudia Johnson USS Phoenix
Good Conduct Medal (One Year) Sitelk USS Phoenix
Posted on May 8th, 2014
Alpha fleet is in full swing once more .
She dusted off her Nacelles and bought home a shiny new award.
Congratulations to Andromeda on Winning Sim of the month for April 2014.
Posting numbers are growing each month on the forums.
FCO Margo and FXO Merlin wish to say continue the fantastic work.
The USS Phoenix is up for sim of the month this month let us try to bring back to back awards home to Alpha Fleet by supporting the sim and her crew.
In other Aplha Fleet news.
Starfleet Delta is growing stronger and stronger still looking for crew please contact FSF Duke and FSF Wassga for more information.
Charmed coven of the moon has changed its name to Fellowship of the moon and is now a message board Sim also looking for crew please see FSF Bailey and FSF Myth for more information
March 2014 Community Awards
Posted on April 7th, 2014
Congratulations to the following winners of the March 2014 Community Awards!
Sim of the Month (for April 2014): USS Atlantis
Community Award: USS Firewall
Fleet Activity Award: Delta Fleet
Summary Award (for February 2014): USS Phoenix
Excerpt from the Summary:
Alpha selects USS Phoenix – Summary Nomination January 2014
The USS Phoenix is in a perilous situation. . . Again.
Just after establishing orbit around a Class G Planet for investigation as to its viablity for terraforming, it was reported the long range sensors were picking up incoming ships yet to be identified. In short order, all chaos broke loose on the ship.
The main computer core and auxiliary core started not responding to commands as entered. Communications started to fail along with engines and almost every other critical system on the ship. The ships orbit started to decay because of the planets gravitational pull, now with the ship in a bow down attitude.
Just before the Blue Screen of death was displayed on the main viewer, it was noted that the world was getting bigger in the window.
As the approaching ships got closer, they were identified as Gorn before the long range and short range sensor systems went down.
As the mayhem ensued a rapid transport arrived depositing a new crew member on the ship. A new security officer. Being the Phoenix was short a chief medical officer, the ship’s counselor took on the duties of administering the inbound physical and evaluation only to be interrupted by intruder alerts.
Now with no gravity and things floating about, the captain took it in stride and started issuing orders to all the departments as he hung around the center seat, literally. All of a sudden a new chief medical officer appeared on the ship and at the Captain’s chair.
After introductions, the Chief Science Officer and Helmsman went to work on on fixing the computer cores as the Captain suited up and headed out into the ship to assist with eradicating it of their unwanted visitors.
Will the Crew of the USS Phoenix survive the onslaught of Gorn? What are the Gorn after? Or will the Phoenix kill her crew and visitors?
Posted on February 20th, 2014
The USS Phoenix has been en-route for the outskirts of the quadrant to finally start looking at celestial bodies for tara-forming. While on their journey the recovering helm operator, Ensign Claudia Johnson has returned to duty.
Upon her return Captain Merlin had a pleasant discussion with her and restored her to her full rank and operational status, telling her a story of a previous Captain and his helping hand that had put Merlin where he is today. Although Johnson continued to balk at accepting it she finally realized that it was done and there was nothing else to be said.
Elsewhere on the ship, there were still a few bugs cropping up coming out of Trans Warp and this time Murphy rose its ugly head in Stellar Cartography blowing a power relay and causing a small fire. Chief Engineer, Sineade Darnell, had been dispatched to the fire location to assist in its containment and restoration of power.
To throw a monkey wrench into things the Phoenix took on a new Security Officer, however this new officer, Ensign Kevin “Keen Eye” Marlowe, was highly altered with cybernetics and to make things worse he was babbling about something called DS9 and Dominion war. Which apparently is somewhere in the future, like 50 years in the future.
These oddities have the Chief Science officer, Lieutenant Cassandra Josephine Saint-Clair puzzled to say the least as well as the Ships Counselor, Lieutenant T’sai. At present T’sai is trying to have a discussion with Marlowe to see if he is mentally sound.
Sait-Clair has reported that the cybernetics should work to our advantage and is physically capable of performing the duties required of a Security officer.
Captain Merlin is in the Ready Room apparently entertaining himself with child like actions as well as tearing down his favorite weapon, performing a clean and oil routine while he awaits a call form his Executive Officer, Commander Sitelk to review plans for the upcoming investigation of the class G planet that they have arrived at.
Where did this Marlowe come from in reality?
Is this Marlowe caught up in his own delusion caused form the cybernetics?
What will the forthcoming away mission discover? A barren ready to tera-form body?
Come join the USS Phoenix and her unusual crew for an adventure into the unknown.
January 2014 Community Winners
Posted on February 12th, 2014
Congratulations to the following winners of the January 2014 Community Awards, our first monthly awards of the year!
Sim of the Month (for February 2014): Mass Effect: Paradise Lost
Community Award: USS Ghost Rider
Fleet Activity Award: Delta Fleet
Summary Award (for December 2013): USS Cadecus
Excerpt from the Summary:
The Federation is at war and the USS Cadecus:M*A*S*H has been deployed to the site of a fierce battle between the Federation allies and the Breen and Cardassians. Having been ordered to remain outside the battle and give aid to the wounded, Captain Dreia Frej-Gonzalez has positioned the Cadecus and has sent the elite ParaRescue teams into the hot zone to recover life pods and survivors amid the debris of what were once proud ships from both sides of the engagement. Pvts Wade and Wells have been navigating the battlefield amid phaser fire, explosions and the detrius of war to locate and rescue any life signs they find on their Marine drop ship’s scanner, with the help of MSGT Jamie Stathem coordinating their efforts from the Cadecus’ Marine flight deck’s wider range scanners for areas to survey for survivors. Those being transferred to the Cadecus’ many medical bays for treatment via the main triage bay. Dr Clarice Gibbons has her hands full in the trauma wards as it quickly fills with those wounded in explosions on the various ships they came from. Despite the excellent medical care, not all patients will survive. A Fact That Gibbons soon learns as the patient she is treating fades before her treatment can have an affect.