Special award

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A special award is an OOC award that is awarded during the annual fleet awards ceremony. Any member can receive a special award. However, only one of each award is allowed per ceremony.

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Great Bird Award: This award is the highest honor given to any officer, and has only been given twice in the history of the group. It is given to an officer who helps develop and/or invents a new way of simming, a new way of thinking, or a new way of looking at the Star Trek universe.
Recent Recipient

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Rising Star Award: For members of lieutenant commander rank or higher who show great promise in many facets of their participation in the group, and to whom we look to as a future leader.
Recent Recipient
Geoffrey Teller

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Luminary Award: Given to members holding the rank of ensign, lieutenant junior grade, or lieutenant. For those who show great promise in their future endeavours in UFOP: Starbase 118 RPG.
Recent Recipient

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Locutus Award: For members of the Publicity Team who go above-and-beyond their monthly requirements for participation on a regular basis. These team members show enthusiasm and flair for spreading the word about or role-playing community and take an active interest in finding new ways to invite people to join our ranks.
Recent Recipient
Groznin Smith

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Sarpeidon Award: Given to any simmer who has made outstanding contributions to the 118Wiki. Sarpeidon was the world in TOS's "All Our Yesterdays," in which the planet's population created a library containing their entire world's history. This is, in essence, what our wiki strives to become: a collection of our group's history and a simming database.
Recent Recipient
Sky Blake

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Boothby Award: For trainers who go above and beyond their Academy Training Requirements. These trainers display an outstanding example of dedication to bringing new cadets to our community.
Recent Recipient
Samira Neathler

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Quark's Bar: Awarded to members who are regularly active on the forums and have been supportive and involved in conversations enhancing the overall forum experience.
Recent Recipient
Jocelyn Marshall

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Community Champion Award: For members who participate in – or help facilitate – simming community events, representing the best of UFOP: SB118 to other organizations by hosting events, acting as contest judges, or otherwise contributing their expertise in a way that benefits the wider community.
Recent Recipient
Tristan Wolf

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Trailblazer Award: For members who originate a creative and innovative way for the fleet to engage with each other and the Star Trek universe. These participants provide unique opportunities that help to make our game an immersive and unique Star Trek experience.
Recent Recipient
Ash MacKenna

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Xalor Clan Xifilis Award: Given to any simmer who overcomes any sort of disadvantage while simming. This award was originally called the "Rachel Garett Pendant," but was renamed for the 2000 ceremony to to honor a respected simmer in UFOP: StarBase 118 who passed away in that year.
Recent Recipient
Karen Stendhal
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Kurt Logan
Recent Recipient
Theo Whittaker


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Data Artistic Award: (Retired in 2015)
Rewarded to any officer in the fleet who has made a consistent effort to enter each of the bi-monthly writing challenges. Most notably, the officer must have continued participation even if their submissions were not picked as the winner, thus sticking with the challenge and always giving other something exciting to read.

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Kalendra Award: (Retired in 2016)
Awarded to a simmer who has performed (on more than one occasion) devious, unexpected plot twists. The simmer must have shown an ability to surprise their colleagues with clever plot twists that were relevant and plausible, given a particular plot.