Shina

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  1. Can a morph communicate if they shapeshift into someone? Would be nice to have 'friendly' morph incidents. I must admit that the thought of a morph in a nukie round 'guarding' the disk makes me smile. How they would hunt the disk all over the station...
  2. 1 evil admin setting back the counter. :< But this will not deter me.
  3. 6 admins plotting evil... I mean entertaining events...!
  4. I fourtunately never had a problem with insomnia. Sleeping like a stone.
  5. Meanwhile the cargo techs are still obliviously moving fr8.
  6. The numbers are going up! Can you feel the 10sion in the air?
  7. Balloons! Small things like special-looking zippos or flasks. Definitely fancy clothing items (hats, glasses, ties...) A gateway explorer action figure.
  8. I'm 2 lazy to think up something witty now.
  9. 8 Officer Buzzsky waiting for the survivors to arrive.
  10. Emergency shuttle has been called. Priority shuttle will arrive in 5 minutes.
  11. I really like this idea, especially as it is a group effort in which the whole crew can take part. Also, it sounds like one big building project, and I really adore those.
  12. Whew, never posted in here before. Am I 2 late?
  13. I had the experience that a CE often enough was willing to let me into engineering as a "Rookie Engineer" when I asked at the HoP desk. Same with medical. So in my opinion that is a good way to learn a job and people will know not to expect you to be a top-notch engineer/surgeon with a "rookie ID". Security is a bit of a different matter, of course, so the best would be to join into security from the start and ask another officer to show you the ropes and let you tag along. People are mostly helpful and a lot like to teach. Well, and as Ty said, using mentorhelp is welcome, too.