Cath joined Bravo Fleet in 2000, staying with the group until about 2008 in a membership which included several stints in the BF Admiralty, including as TFCO of Task Force 58 and Bravo Fleet JAG. In the ten years that followed her participation was more on and off - a tenure as TFCO of Task Force 47, membership on a few games, and several years off from the hobby here or there.
She returned in 2018 and rejoined the Bravo Fleet leadership mid-2019 as TFCO for Task Force 72, moving on to the position of Bravo Fleet Chief of Staff in Q1 2020. She held this position through Bravo Fleet's conversion to the new model, until moving to become Bravo Fleet Loremaster in September 2020, a position she still holds.
Outside of Bravo Fleet, Cath is a PhD student of Sociology in the UK, researching the far right. Beyond that she is an avid role-player who enjoys regular tabletop RPGs and is keenly involved in the British LARP community. She lives in the north of England, splitting her time between her university's city and her home, where she resides with her partner and her cat.
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Bravo Fleet Loremaster
September 22, 2020 - Present
Bravo Fleet Chief of Staff
March 2020 - September 22, 2020
New Loremaster, New Opportunities!
New OCS Staff – Competitions Manager!
Test Yourselves – new competitions!
Recruitment: Office of the Chief of Staff
Starfleet Medals of Commendation & OCS News
Promotion Criteria Updates
Legacy Awards and Spring Cleaning!
Fleet Awards: April & Quarter 1!
New Policies & a New Look!
How To: Recording Activity
March 2020 Awards
Return of Relay Station Bravo
Bravo Fleet 2020: New Rank Structure
The Osiris Initiative: Welcome to 2399
February 2020 Awards
January 2020 Awards!
Update from the Chief of Staff and January 2020 Competition Winners! Hello! And may I begin by saying what an honour and delight it is to assume the office of the Bravo Fleet Chief of Staff. This is a great opportunity to give more to the Fleet and build on everything we've developed these past 20 years, and I'm looking forward to it greatly. As such, it gives me great pleasure for my first act to be to reveal the results of the January 2020 Jigsaw Competition. It was great to see people come and participate in a simple, but fun game, and I hope we will see both more of these and more participation in the future. Not every competition needs to be a grand, time-consuming work of art, and it's a lot of fun to give everyone a chance for a good-natured...
Task Force 72 – Monthly Report November 2019 Administrator’s Office, Horizon Colony, Pergamon IV The Gavarian Corridor 1230 Hours ‘If all of these things are true,’ said Captain Tau, steepling his fingers as he looked across the governor’s desk at the steel-haired woman herself and the farmer who’d brought his reports and protests, ‘then this is serious indeed.’ ‘It’s very serious, Captain,’ said Administrator Yeats with a small harrumph of indignation. ‘Cardassian settlers stealing our produce. Infringing on our land. Blockading normal trade between us. How can they pretend we’re two settlements peacefully coexisting when they seek to exploit and dominate us at any opportunity?’ ‘The impact upon...
Task Force 72 Operational Report – September 2019 Fiction Trice Farm, Horizon Colony, Pergamon IV 1830 hours ‘Let this be a lesson to you.’ With the mask, his voice reverberated more deeply than he expected, which suited him well enough. The sun hung fat and heavy in the sky behind him, painting him and his half-dozen friends in monstrous, shadowed silhouettes lined across the wheat field, an impenetrable barrier. Their quarry, the Cardassian farmer who had been so burly and bold when they’d first found him, now had a quaver in his arms as he rolled onto his hands and knees. ‘I don’t know who took your people.’ ‘Maybe true. Maybe not.’ He hefted the old hunting rifle. It needed reloading after the initial...
Task Force 72 – Operational Report – July 2019 The Devil to Pay Conference Room: Starbase 217 1435 HRS “Seems a bit bold.” Colonial Planner Madison looked away from the holographic projection and gave the Starfleet officer a level look. “Thank you, Commander,” she said acerbically. “Nobody’s pointed that out before.” “I just would have thought,” said Lieutenant Commander Vikar, crossing the conference room to nod at the multitudinous planets on the holographic display, “a settlement could have been found with more room.” “Let’s cut to the chase,” said Madison. Steely-haired and steely-eyed, she had done enough rounds with Starfleet over her long career to know how to handle them, and to be...