User:Noa T'Nessa Levinson

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Basic Stats

  • Name: Adingo
  • Joined StarBase 118: Late December, 2019 - graduated January 6th, 2020
  • Writer ID: E239701NL0
  • Favorite Trek series/movie: What can I say? All of them!

Player Characters

PNPCs

  • None yet

Ships

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USS EagleIntrepid class
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USS JuneauJuneau class
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USS AtlantisIntrepid class
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USS Chin'tokaAkira class

OOC activities

Awards

Awards and Service Ribbons
Award Name Date/Assignment Citation
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Neelix Award 2020
USS Juneau
It’s not hard to see all the ways that a ship needs volunteers willing to jump in and get their hands dirty, but it is fantastic to have people gleefully leap in and offer their services left and right from the very beginning. For enthusiasm and hard work cannot be missed, it’s our pleasure to present the Neelix Award to our Vulcan-Human hybrid Ensign Noa T’Nessa Levinson! Your support means the world- thank you!
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Xalor Clan Xifilis Award 2020
USS Juneau
"Since coming aboard Ensign Levinson has made herself an invaluable member of the crew by being a source of unending positivity, friendliness, and willingness to lend a hand where needed. In addition to her steadfast devotion to maintaining a positive atmosphere, she has honed a set of simming skills that is hard to rival - using extended prose and commentary in a way that moves the story purposefully and realistically. These are all great qualities for a player to have, something grateful COs love to find in a player that has only been with us a short time, and qualities we are astounded to find in players that are not playing in their native language.

The amount of time she puts into each sim, and other interactions with the group, in a language, not her own is an example to all of us and makes the entire group better."