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For most of us itâs once again springtime (sorry folks in the Southern Hemisphere), and that means time for spring cleaning. Which means that the PFA has been talking about some more updates to some of our processes and updates to site content. Among those updates are ongoing discussions about our ship specs, and the creation of guidelines to commonize and aid in the introduction of new ship classes. The first version of these new guidelines have passed PFA approval. Weâve also been talking about making some changes to our graphics and website, though there is nothing definite planned...
Hello Fleet! I had two quick updates from the TF56 front. First, I have released the first ever IC post for the TFCO. Captain Ovik came out of his cave on DS5 and gave an update. You can read that in the forums here:
Also, I hope to begin honing in on some plot ideas for 56. I'd like to offer up missions that any ship can take to further the overall story, and maybe have folks focused (or coordinated) on missions. There is no need to limit what a sim can do
I just wanted to piggy-back off the March fleet report and welcome the Icarus-A and Vanguard, under the command of Commander Alyssa Renee and Commander Jhamal PâTrell respectively. Woohoo!
I want to thank and well-wish the Dreadnought and Powell who have moved on to other TFs. With that, here is a look at our TF today:
February was quite the month for us. Activity was pretty good across the sims, chat has been hopping, weâve welcomed in some new friends, and welcomed back some old ones. So letâs continue with this momentum into March!
First off, Iâd like to welcome our new Director of Resources, Rear Admiral D'era Virtam. Admiral Virtam may be familiar to many of you as Lieutenant Commander Prescott of Starbase 332, or as @Doug Clement on Discord. Admiral Virtam joins us with an impressive attention to detail and a creative mind. I'm looking forward to working with him
Folks, as I retake the reins of 56, I am hoping we can build on things with each other. Not a whole lot will change from what our Wiki says, including the Area of Operations. That said, we do have some responsibility of the "western" front, including the Cardassians. Our newer USS Valhalla is down in that area as we speak. So our map may slightly change, but our plots and enemies/partners will remain much the same.
Weâve started the year off on a good foot. Thereâs still a lot for us to build upon, but in the past month weâve gained several new members, seen the return of a couple of old faces, and have been preparing to joint host a new simming event with Bravo and Obsidian Fleets. Our Discord server has been quite active as well. Itâs great to see so much activity in our community.
As many of you have probably already noticed, we do have a couple of new commanding officers joining us this month. First is Commander Bjorn Tyrson of the Intrepid-class USS Valhalla.
I have three welcomes to do today. Firstly is to Commander Bjorn Tyrson of the USS Valhalla. No stranger to the fleet it is good to see him back in the hotseat again and we look forward to what he and this Interpid Class will deliver.
Secondly I'd like to welcome another new Commanding Officer to the fleet. Whilst certainly not new in experience Commander Zemta Kriv brings with her a focus on the basics with the USS Ark Royal, assigned to TF37 with a focus on first contact. We are very excited to meet these new races with her and her crew.