The Legacy Ribbon represents an old ribbon for which there is no current comparable award in the current system. This may mean the criteria for the award is no longer applicable to present ribbons, or the written nomination lacks sufficient detail for the OCS to award a current ribbon in its place. The Legacy Ribbon still represents a notable contribution to Bravo Fleet in past years.
LCDR Nirak, USS Mercury, Task Force 64 – 2019
LCDR Nirak of Task Force 64’s USS Mercury is recognized as Bravo Fleet’s Player of the Year (2019).
USS Ochoa, Task Force 64 – Q4 2019
The USS Ochoa, under the command of CDR Remy Stokes, is recognized as Bravo Fleet’s Sim of the Quarter.
Civilian Hare-Jeycid, Passenger, USS Asger – November 2019
“Kyle has brought a fun to element to the ship with his high-school aged character, which incited several other players to draft up high-schoolers to cause trouble with him as well. It’s been a fun new element to the Asger and a great add to the game.”
“The Science is What Matters” on the USS Ochoa, Task Force 64 – November 2019
“This post between the Ochoa’s current and former Captain highlights an important theme during this time frame: Is Starfleet truly focused on scientific exploration or are they a military organization? It shows the tension and internal struggle Starfleet faced during the Discovery-era Klingon War.”
USS Ochoa, Task Force 64 – November 2019
“The Ochoa’s hit the ground running in their first month as part of TF64. They’ve earned the respect (and nomination) of every other CO in the TF, and they’ve already begun shaping their slice of the Star Trek: Discovery timeline. We can’t wait to see where their first mission leads!”
Player of the Quarter (Q3 2019) awarded to Kyle for his character Lieutenant Commander Nirak of the USS Mercury in Task Force 64.
“Kyle has been instrumental to the success of New Lakarian City. He is undoubtedly our most versatile player, boldly writing every character from Cardassian civilians and Embassy personnel to Ferengi diplomats. He’s a staple in our crew, starting posts, encouraging other writers, and developing plots for the entire game. New Lakarian City would not be the game it is today without Kyle’s ideas.”
“I am nominating Kyle (Lieutenant Commander Nirak) for player of the month. He has created so much backstory for our current mission, and is consistently involved in all matters of the sim. Not only that but he is also involved with the Bravo Fleet graphics team and has done some amazing work for our fellow players. He’s a real pleasure to have on my sim and in many ways, he’s the ying to my yang.”
My nomination for player of the month goes to Kyle who plays Lieutenant Nirak. Of the ten posts we completed in the month of October, he was involved in seven of them. He is always very proactive with replying to posts and he’s even helped to push the mission forward in places. He’s been a real pleasure to have on my sim and I very much appreciate everything that he’s doing to help out.